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COMPONENT 3 RESOURCES

This page contains a variety of member tools and resources specific to your individual component.

Your Pension

Since April 2010, many BCGEU Community Social service workers in Community Living and General Services have been covered under the Municipal Pension Plan.  For more information, please visit our pensions page


Community Social Services Job Evaluation Benchmarks

Click on the Job Families title to view the benchmarks listed below it. PP indicates benchmark is on the Paraprofessional Wage Grid.

Administrative, Finance & Technical

  • Accountant (grid 14P)
  • Accounting Clerk (grid 7)
  • Administrative Assistant 1 (grid 5)
  • Administrative Assistant 2 (grid 7)
  • Administrative Assistant 3 (grid 10)
  • Administrative Assistant 4 (grid 12)
  • Bookkeeper (grid 10)
  • Computer Technical Support Specialist (grid10)
  • Database Clerk (grid 9)

Counsellors & Consultants

  • Addictions Counsellor (14P)
  • Adult Youth &/or Child Counsellor (grid 14P)
  • Behavioural Consultant (grid 16P)
  • Children who Witness Abuse Counsellor (grid 13P)
  • Children who Witness Abuse Counsellor - Art Specialist (grid 14P)
  • Clinical Counsellor (grid 16P)
  • Employment Counsellor (grid 10)
  • E.S.L. Instructor (grid 14P)
  • Family Counsellor (grid 14P)
  • Infant Development Consultant (grid 14P)
  • Stopping the Violence Counsellor (grid 14P)
  • Supported Child Care Consultant (grid 14P)
  • Vocational Counsellor (grid 11)

Front Line Workers

  • Activity Worker (grid 8)
  • Adult, Youth and/or Child Worker (grid 11)
  • Asleep Residential Night Worker (grid 5)
  • Awake Residential Night Worker (grid 6)
  • Child & Youth Transition House Worker (grid 8)
  • Child Care Resource & Referral Worker (grid 11)
  • Community Connector (grid 12)
  • Community Support Worker (grid 10)
  • Early Childhood Educator Assistant (grid 6)
  • Early Childhood Educator (grid 10)
  • Early Childhood Educator, Senior (grid 13)
  • Emergency Shelter Worker (grid 6)
  • Family Support Worker (grid 12)
  • Group Facilitator (grid 9)
  • Reconnect Worker (grid 10)
  • Residence Worker (grid 10)
  • Residence Worker, Senior (grid 12)
  • Residential Child & Youth Worker (grid 11)
  • School Aged Child Worker (grid 9)
  • School Based Prevention Worker (grid 11)
  • Settlement & Integration Worker (grid 10)
  • Special Services worker (grid 11)
  • Supervised Access Worker (grid 10)
  • Transition House Worker (grid 10)
  • Victim Service Worker (grid 11)
  • Vocational Worker (grid 10)

Graduate Degrees & Licensed Professionals

  • Behavioural Consultant (grid 16P)
  • Dietitian (grid 16P)
  • Licensed Practical Nurse (grid 13P)
  • Nurse (grid 16P)
  • Occupational Therapist (grid 16P)
  • Physiotherapist (grid 16P)
  • Speech Language Pathologist (grid 17P)

Operation Support

  • Building Maintenance Worker (grid 10)
  • Cook (grid 9)
  • Housekeeper (grid 3)
  • Janitor (grid 3)
  • Passenger Vehicle Driver (grid 7)
  • Retail Supervisor (grid 10)
  • Retail Worker (grid 5)
  • Truck Driver (grid 6)

Supervisors & Coordinators

  • Crisis Line Coordinator (grid 13)
  • Program Coordinator 1 (grid 12)
  • Program Coordinator 2 (grid 14)
  • Residence Coordinator (grid 14)
  • Volunteer Coordinator (grid 12)

 

Community Social Services Classification Review


Community Social Services Early Intervention Program

This program is a collaborative program to assist workers who are ill or injured to return to work. Please visit http://www.csseip.ca/ for more information. 


Component Bylaws


Stewards


Community Social Services Matters

Community Social Services Workers: Mid-term Update

 

Community Social Services are rarely in the public eye – although the problems they help solve are often in the news. Through the "Community Social Services Matters" website, frontline workers can tell their stories about making a real difference in people’s lives. Frontline workers are invited to submit their worker profile.