Careers

YSSN offers opportunities to work in a challenging career in Human Services.

York Support Services Network (YSSN) recognizes and appreciates the contribution each employee makes to the well-being of the organization, and to the delivery of service to individuals. In turn, YSSN endeavours to provide employment which is rewarding, both professionally and personally.

YSSN is committed to fairness and equity in its employment practices, to fostering a work environment that is characterized by dignity, courtesy, and respect and in which there are opportunities for challenge, broadening experiences and advancement. The organization is also committed to providing employees’ support, recognition and appreciation for their contribution

Current Opportunities

Service Planning Coordinator — Apply by August 3, 2018

In collaboration with Children’s Treatment Network, to ensure service integration for children and their families with multiple special needs, you will support families of children and youth with multiple and/or complex special needs by acting as one point of contact for the development of a coordinated service plan that recognizes all of their service needs and builds on their child or youth’s strengths.  You will be family-centered and will support the client, family and team to identify and set meaningful goals and engage in the integrated and coordinated service planning process. 

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Assessor Navigator, Developmental Services Ontario (DSO) - Apply by August 10, 2018

Deve
lopmental Services Ontario Central East Region is one of 9 regional points of contact for
people who apply for adult developmental services.
The regional points of contact are a single
window to provide information, confirm eligibility for service, identify services and support
needs,
and
link people to services and supports in their community.
Working as a team, the worker is responsible for the provision of a variety of system functions
within Central East Region. These include administration of SIS As
sessments, public education
and community development functions.

Developmental Services Ontario Central East Region is one of 9 regional points of contact for people who apply for adult developmental services. The regional points of contact are a single window to provide information, confirm eligibility for service, identify services and support needs, and link people to services and supports in their community. Working as a team, the worker is responsible for the provision of a variety of system functions within Central East Region.  These include administration of SIS Assessments, public education and community development functions.

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