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A typical day at work was to see clients and assess them based on their current needs. After discussing the clients situation, suitable resources were to be matched to their needs as a result of the disaster that had taken place. On average you would see about three or four clients a day, but I worked with the Indigenous Peoples team. This meant seeing up to eight clients a day six days a week. The hardest part of the job was the long hours. The most enjoyable part of the job was making a positive change in the clients post disaster life.
Making a change and supporting the clients.
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Questionable hiring and firing practices. Questionable/incomplete adherence to the Occupational Health and Safety Code. Alleged discrimination in practice.
Reputable Organization. Support with living expenses provided.
Being able to contribute and participate with the Red Cross has been incredible. It has been a honour to work along side this amazing team.
Working with people form all over America, helping people
Long Hours, Working with volunteers for 3 weeks then have to say bye
The CRC was deployed to deal with the largest disaster in the history of Canada when June 2013 flooding left 100,000 people vulnerable. The work is client based and client driven. It involves not only direct aid but also advocacy to many Government and Non-Governmental agencies. Case loads require intense focus as client needs and issues are ever evolving. Skills such as psychological first aid and de- escalation are important to provide a safe environment for both clients and staff. The extreme challenges of the post disaster era have afforded ample opportunity to hone problem solving and communication skills.
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