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Types Of Jobs We Can Help You Fill:
Potential Place can help you fill entry-level positions, complete high-volume repetitive tasks, and meet the demands of peak time work flow.
We can fill typical entry-level jobs with two to four main job duties that can be learned in one week or less, such as (but not limited to)...
- Delivery support
- Bulk food re-packing
- Office assistance
- Building and grounds maintenance
- Garden center support
- Customer assistance
- Busing and kitchen support
- Office and facility cleaning
All the positions we offer our members are part-time, from as little as 3 hours per day, a few days per week, up to 20 hours per week. Often one full-time position is divided into morning and afternoon shifts to create two jobs.
We have relationships with employers in a variety of sectors.
Give us a call at (403) 216-9250 and we will set up an opportunity to review this with you.
How It Works:
Our commitment begins with a consultation to make sure that the job is suitable for our membership. This includes sending one of our staff to your work site to learn the job and ensure that our members can perform the duties consistently and accurately.
Potential Place members are then trained on the job, by us, until they are ready to perform their work independently, productively, and to your company standards. Maintaining contact with you in order to monitor job progress, our staff will gradually withdraw from the work site as the members become confident and proficient at their job duties.
Members are paid directly by you at the prevailing hourly rate for the job; Potential Place does not receive a commission or referral fee. Should a member be absent for any reason whatsoever, a staff member will cover the job at no cost to you. In the event that the job match is not suitable, we will also provide coverage until a replacement has been recruited and trained.
A member for up to nine months will perform the job you provide. Once they have completed their placement, that member will leave to pursue other opportunities. We will then recruit and train a new member to replace them.
The continuum of employment opportunities we offer at the Clubhouse is considered our most important activity. It builds the ties of support between our members and the community through which personal strength and self-confidence are nurtured.