Drive a 15-passenger van for us in Lunenburg and Queens Counties, take care of the vehicle and do some building maintenance and repairs. Work as needed, usually for a split shift.Continue reading →
We are pleased to announce that Bill Nauss was the successful
candidate for the position of full time van driver. He commenced in the
full time position at SSWAP the end of September 2019.
We are pleased to announce that Flo Sampson was the successful candidate for our Life Skills Instructor / Counsellor position. Flo joined the team at SSWAP in early September 2019.
We are saddened to announce that our regular van driver, Bill Langille, passed away unexpectedly in August. We are all missing his happy nature and welcoming smile.
We are pleased to announce that Bill Nauss was the successful candidate for our Casual Driver / Maintenance Position. Bill joined the team at SSWAP in June 2019.
A permanent, full-time position in the human services field starting July 2019.Continue reading →
13 participants were recognized for completing the Program in November 2018.
Two participants received the John Whitehouse Award – Sarah Collicutt and Tim Dagley.
Congratulations to all participants for their accomplishments!
We are pleased to announce that Bill Langille was the successful candidate for our full-time Driver / Maintenance Position. Bill joined the team full time at SSWAP in early February 2019.
On November 24th, SSWAP recognized 12 participants who completed and participated in the program, as well as the accomplishments of others.
The John Whitehouse Award for Commitment to Program, was handed out to Nick Lloyd of Liverpool. This award recognizes a participant who through their own commitment and willingness to participate in all parts of the Program has left an everlasting mark.
We are pleased to announce that Alison Whitehead was the successful candidate for our Technology Instructor Position. Alison joined the team at SSWAP in February .