We are looking for an enthusiastic, outgoing, caring individual to join our centre. The person must be flexible and able to work as a positive team player.
Responsibilities and Duties:
- Responsible for the constant supervision, safety and well being of the children
- Shares in the responsibility for planning, preparing and implementing stimulating, age-appropriate activities that encourage children’s creativity and learning and promote each child’s social, emotional, cognitive and physical development
- Establishes and maintains regular communication with parents
- Participates fully and consistently as a conscientious team member in caring for the children and in the overall operation of the program and centre; maintains regular and open communication with program team members and all other co-workers
-Currently Registered with the College Of ECE
-Current Standard First Aid and CPR
-Current Police Reference Check
Please contact us through email.
Job Type: Full-time
Applications will remain open until September 29. 2017
Under the direction of the Manager, the Supervisor gives leadership and supervision to YMCA Staff and volunteers and is accountable for the overall operation of the Child Care Centre, ensuring adherence to the Mission, Vision and Values of the YMCA, Quality Assurance Statement, YMCA curriculum standards as well as all legislative requirements set forth by the Ministry of Education, Municipalities, Public Health and Fire Chief.
- Early Childhood Education Diploma, Equivalency or MEDU Director’s Approval
- Registered member of the College of Early Childhood Educators
- Minimum of two years’ experience working in child care
- Current First Aid and CPR Level C Certification
- Current Immunization Record, Clear Tb Test, Medical Note confirming fit to work in Day Nursery
- Skilled in the application of Microsoft Word and Excel
- Capacity to work within a team and be part of a large multi-service, charitable Association
- Flexibility regarding assigned working hours, particularly regarding split shifts
- Ability to establish rapport and demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills with children, families, staff, volunteers, community agencies, MEDU representatives, Health and Fire Departments
- Experience and sensitivity in dealing with all members of different cultural and racial backgrounds, including visible and invisible dimensions of diversity
- Safe Food Handlers certification
- Child Protection orientation
- AODA training
- Health & Safety Awareness training
- Bill 168 (Violence & Harassment in the Workplace) training
- PCI Compliance
- Must be able to work flexible hours based on client needs
- Clear Police Reference Check and Vulnerable Sector Screening
- Mandated training is required before or shortly after commencement of work
Vincent Massey Child Care (VMCC) is inviting applications for a full-time position in our Infant Classroom. The successful candidate will have a strong background in programming developmentally appropriate activities based on children's interests. He or she will have experience working in the Infant age group, along with leading a team of educators to develop a stimulating and inclusive program.
The candidate must have an availability between 7am-6pm Monday to Friday
Responsibilities (includes but not limited to):
- Ensures that all actions and activities meet the Child Care and Early Years Act (CCEYA) regulations and the Early Learning and Care Assessment for Quality Improvement (AQI)
- Planning and implementing programs that are engaging, stimulating and appropriate for the age group. Program must follow the Early Learning for Every Child Today (ELECT) framework and be based on the interests of the children. Program must meet the physical, cognitive, intellectual and emotional needs of the children.
- Document child's activities and daily observations into their HiMama account on classroom iPads
- Direct and lead team members to effectively implement classroom program. Responsible for ensuring all team members are consistently following all requirements outlined in the AQI.
- Advise the Program Director of pertinent information concerning children and their families
- Advocate for the policies, procedures and philosophy of VMCC
- Ensure availability for consultation with parents regarding children’s development. Able to effectively communicate appropriate guidance, feedback and instruction to parents.
- Maintain a healthy and safe environment that meets the requirements set forth by Toronto Children’s Services and VMCC
- Assist children in washroom routines, dressing and meal/snack activities
- Follow all health guidelines specified by Toronto Public Health
- Continually maintain and organize classroom to create a clean and welcoming learning environment that fosters learning and cooperation
- Model positive adult/child relationships
- ECE diploma or equivalent. Registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators and in Good Standing.
- Two or more years of teaching experience as an RECE in a licensed childcare setting. Experience working with Infants is an asset.
- Knowledge of the Early Learning and Care Assessment for Quality Improvement (AQI), Early Learning for Every Child Today (ELECT) framework and How Does Learning Happen document
- Excellent English language communication skills, both written and verbal
- Strong interpersonal skills with an emphasis on team building
- Knowledge of the Reggio Emilia philosophy is an asset
- Current and clear Vulnerable Sector Check
- Standard First Aid/CPR C
- Available Monday-Friday between 7am-6pm
- Able to legally work in Canada
This position offers competitive pay dependent on applicant's experience and qualifications. The candidate will receive an additional rate of $2.00/hr supplemented by the Provincial Wage Enhancement.
Candidates are invited to apply with an original and compelling resume and cover letter (I.e., not generated on Indeed).
Job Type: Full-time
- Etobicoke, ON
- teaching: 2 years
Required licenses or certifications:
- Police Check
- Early Childhood Education
Childcare Centre in Riverdale - Toronto, ON - Toronto, ON
Application Deadline: Oct 7, 2017
$22.45 - $25.00 an hour
We are seeking an RECE to join our team of Early Childhood professionals. The position available is in our Kindergarten Before and Aftercare Program. Withrow Childcare Centre is a school-based program that is committed to providing quality care to families in the Riverdale community.
Experience working with children aged 2.5 through 6 years of age Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to relate well to children, families, staff and centre personnel Good knowledge and understanding of the CCEYA and Quality Assurance Strong programming following children's needs, incorporating active learning, excepts from ELECT, How Does Learning Happen?, and an anti-bias approach to programming Current member in good standing with the College of ECEs Holds current Standard First Aid and CPR level C certification, current Vulnerable Sector Criminal Reference Check
Ensuring that all legislation requirements are followed. Planning and implementation of children's developmentally appropriate programming Ability to work as an effective team member, fostering a child-centered, family-friendly atmosphere Ability to work with external agencies Managing facilities and ensuring a safe and healthy environment Able to follow through with policies and procedures.
We are an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environment. If you require accommodation at any stage during the hiring process, please inform us in advance to arrange reasonable and appropriate accommodation.
Academic Year: 2017 - 2018
Salary: $22.45 - $25.00 per hour (excluding PWE)
Preferred Application Method: Email
Job Type: Full-time
- adhering to the Montessori philosophy
- care, guiding and role modelling for the children
- maintaining a clean classroom supervision as needed
- reliable and punctual
- ability to be part of a team player
- displays positive disposition and attitude
- Take interest in the growth of the school
- Excellent English communicator both in written and spoken language
- 1-2 years working directly with children
- RECE and/or Montessori training (AMI) or MACTE) accreditation
- University Degree
- OCT (an asset)
- Current VSC
- Current Standard First Aid and CPR (2 day course)
- Fully immunized with TB
Job Type: Contract
- Mississauga, ON
- English, and French or Spanish or Mandarin
Required license or certification:
- RECE, Montessori, OCT (asset)
ErinoakKids is currently seeking a Bilingual Resource Consultant to work with families and clinical teams through our Early Childhood Resources Services in the Region of Peel. Successful candidates will possess strong interpersonal and communication skills as well as have a keen interest in working with children with special needs.
Fluency in French is a must.
- Collaborate with Region of Peel families and team members to identify needs, set goals and determine service plans to facilitate child and family development at home and in the community.
- Work in partnership with assigned licensed child care program staff through coaching, modeling and supporting the achievement of center objectives and goals of the children involved.
- Provide professional learning opportunities for child care providers which support the enhancement of skills to better meet the needs of the children in the program
- Participate in the training and mentorship of Enhanced Program Support staff within assigned child care centers.
- Support a team approach for collaboration and partnership with community program staff as well as families.
- Provide families with consistent, coordinated and efficient services through building the capacity of licensed care providers to enhance quality inclusion practices through the Peel Inclusion Resource Services model within the Peel Region.
- A Diploma in Early Childhood Education with a Resource Teacher certificate. Degree in Child Studies is preferred;
- A minimum of 4 years of experience with children (infancy to age 12) with physical and/or developmental disabilities;
- Ability to work effectively with a variety of parents, caregivers, children, professionals and community members;
- Good organization and planning skills;
- Ability to work independently and in a dynamic team environment;
- Valid driver’s license and use of a personal vehicle;
- Bilingualism in French and English.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to:
Human Resources firstname.lastname@example.org
Please quote the job title in the subject line.
The successful candidate will be required to complete a criminal background check.
Thank you to all that apply, we will contact selected candidates only.
ErinoakKids will make accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.
ErinoakKids is an equal opportunity employer.
TITLE: REGISTERED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR OR EDUCATOR ASSISTANT (BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING)
We strive to provide high quality child care, early learning, and development opportunities that support the spiritual, emotional, developmental and physical growth of each child and family in our care. We create environments and experiences where children can explore ideas, and investigate new concepts. We do this by employing the best of the best!
We are proud of our 27 years of service within the Hamilton-Wentworth area, serving children and families through our 41 locations.
We are looking for educators who value and respect children and seeks to provide daily programming that is innovative, engaging and age appropriate.
A Typical Day May Include…
- Greeting children as they begin to arrive at 7:00 am;
- Creating daily activity schedules;
- Taking attendance before and after school;
- Organizing your space, equipment and materials before activities;
- Spending time observing how children use materials and interact with each other, so that you can plan future activities that recognize individual differences;
- Sitting down with children and participating in scheduled activities so that you can build relationships and model behavior;
- Spending time talking with parents to discuss the needs and progress of their children. (Positive feedback is always welcomed!);
- Providing positive reinforcement for children, and redirecting unwanted behaviors;
- Working with a team of dedicated caring professionals;
- Completing various administrative tasks (team meeting, daily journal);
- Help create a community of inclusion, where children, parents and educators work together;
- Having fun in a nurturing environment.
What Are We Looking For?........
- E.C.E Diploma, Human Services Diploma, OCT teachers, and B.Ed students;
- Member in good standing with the College of ECE (would be an asset);
- Current Vulnerable Sector Check;
- Standard First Aid and CPR level C;
- Up-to-date Immunization;
- Must be respectful of differing family lifestyles, backgrounds, and value systems;
- Must be able to bend, lift and carry up to 40 lbs;
- Ability to stand for extended periods of time, and work at the height of children;
- Ability to work independently and as part of a fantastic team!
- Afternoons off (shifts are 7am-9am & 3pm-6pm);
- Summers off (10 month contracts);
- Onsight parking;
- Supportive environment;
- Ability to work and go to school;
- Opportunity to do additional supply work
- Competitive salaries!
When you join the Hamilton Wentworth Catholic Child Care Centers (HWCCCC) you join a team of men and women devoted to the development and growth of children, which is something we can all be proud of.
HWCCCC is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Please send coverletter and resume:
Email: Tara.email@example.com or
Address: Hamilton Wentworth Catholic Child Care Centres
785 Britannia Ave, Hamilton ON L8H 2B6
The Macaulay Child Development Centre is a multi-service, child care and family support agency.
Established in 1932 as a non-profit, charitable organization, Macaulay promotes the optimal development of children in partnership with their family and community.
Macaulay programs share a common commitment to prevention, early intervention and inclusion of children with special needs.
Please explore our website to discover more about our programs - www.macaulaycentre.org
After School Program Site Lead Temporary Part-Time (9 hours/Week)
COMPETITION NUMBER: E17-01-44
STARTING DATE: As Soon As Possible – June 27th 2018
COMPENSATION: $22.50 per hour
REPORTS TO: Supervisor, Community & Prevention Services
The After School Program Lead works part-time at our After School Program with children in grades 2 to 6. This Program is located near: Black Creek/Jane & Lawrence. Programs run 3 afternoons per week (Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays).The hours of work are from approximately 2:30 to 6:00 pm and run through June, 2018.
- Lead an After School Program for school-age children based on the guidelines provided
- Plan and organize a safe environment and supervise children to protect their safety and personal well-being at all times while in the program
- Assist and support children to complete homework and other academic activities (in both groups and one-to-one)
- Lead physical activity program
- Design and implement nutrition, cooking, and health information activities
- Implement social skills curriculum
- Maintain up-to-date program records (attendance, etc.)
- Work as part of a team
- Communicate with parents/caregivers and teachers
- Graduate of a post-secondary child/youth related field such as Early Childhood Educator, Sport and Leisure, Child and Youth, Social Worker, Psychology, Education, Sociology, Kinesiology, etc
- Experience working with school-age children in a recreation or academic setting
- Excellent communication skills
- Including excellent written and spoken English
- Strong academic skills and ability to help with homework (grades 2-6)
- Strong skills in, knowledge of and ability to lead physical activity, health and nutrition and social skills activities
- Proven track record in using positive, effective strategies to lead activities with groups of children
- Ability to prioritize
- Experience working with children with special needs an asset
- Current Standard First Aid and CPR Level C is an asset.
- High Five Training is an asset
- Police check for vulnerable sector will be required
- Must be available to work three afternoons per week (approx. 2:30 or 3:00 –6:00 PM), Mon/Tues/ Wed
- Must be able to attend occasional trainings and staff meetings to 7:00 pm
The Project Manager for the Pumps for Premies Development and Implementation Strategy is a pivotal leadership role with high accountability (LHIN, MOHLTC) and visibility in relation to system development.
The Provincial Pumps for Premies Strategy is a Ministry of Health province wide initiative. This initiative is being led by MGH in partnership with the Provincial Council for Maternal Child Health (PCMCH) and BORN. The initiative includes the collaborative development and implementation of a program that ensures mothers of premature infants < 34 weeks gestation have access to a free breast pump at home, while their baby is in hospital. To be successful, the initiative must be coordinated with several provincial stakeholder groups.
The Project Manager is responsible for the gathering of information to inform the project including establishing relationships with key stakeholders, leading the design of a model and pilot project including tools for implementation and patient education, refining the model and spreading implementation among eligible organizations across the province and establishing a data collection and monitoring strategy for evaluation. Developing sustainability measures for ongoing management of the initiative and compiling work plans and reports are also requirements of this role.
- Masters in relevant Clinical profession or Health Admin
- Baccalaureate in relevant health profession
- LC designation an asset
- Project Management Professional (PMP) designation an asset
- Demonstrated commitment to on-going learning and professional development