Are you an Indigenous Early Childhood Educator with experience working with children ages 0-6 and their families? Are you client focused and community minded? Do you enjoy a fast-paced environment that will allow you to demonstrate leadership in the field of culturally-based programming for children and families? If so, then this opportunity is for you!
The Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health is an award-winning Health Access Centre that provides holistic primary health care to First Nation, Métis and Inuit people living in Ottawa - one of the fastest growing and diverse urban Indigenous communities in Canada. Wabano is a fast-paced, client-oriented organization that models the Indigenous values of balance, respect and community interdependence.
Registered Early Childhood Educator
Discovery Early Learning & Care - Garson, ON
Reporting to the Program Supervisor, duties include implementing a program in a manner that promotes the development of children and families according to the Mission, Vision & Values of the Agency.
Knowledge & Skills
Supervision & guidance of daily activities.
Knowledge of CCEYA.
Light house keeping duties
Strong organizational skills
Good interpersonal skills
Good oral and written skills
Early Childhood Education Student
Early Childhood Education Diploma
Registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators
Experience in the field an asset
Job Type: Full-time
Registered Early Childhood Educator
Pineridge Children's Centre - Arnprior, ON
Maternity Leave Contract Position - The Registered Early Childhood Educator will provide a developmentally appropriate program for children ages 0 to 18 months.
The educator will be responsible for preparing activities, communicating with parents and working as a team member. He or She will observe and record relevant information and communicate in a sensitive manner with children, parents, staff and the general public.
The educator will attend monthly staff meetings and participate in all program initiatives.
Please forward resume with covering letter to Pineridge Children's Centre.
Job Type: Contract
Laurentian Child Care Centre - Sudbury, ON is hiring an Early Childhood Educator
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
First Aid Certificate; CPR Certificate
Early Childhood Educator Assistant Skills
Support early childhood educators in carrying out programs that promote the physical, cognitive, emotional and social development of children; Engage children in activities by telling stories, teaching songs and preparing crafts
Experience an asset
Up to 12 years
Child care centre
Term contract, up to 6 months – 30 hours per week
Location - Sudbury
Working on the day-to-day operations within the Best Start Hub (BSH) team, you will work in collaboration with BSH staff as well as neighbourhood partners in the provision of BSH services to children and their families. You will support and recommend evidence-based child guidance strategies and development guidelines to parents/caregivers, plan, develop, and implement family-centered early learning programs as well as facilitate workshops, discussion groups or individual family sessions.
Registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators, you have a degree or diploma in early childhood education or a related field. An analytical problem-solver, you have a minimum of four (4) years of experience working with children and their families including children with special needs. Your knowledge and adaptation of Ontario’s Pedagogy “How Does Learning Happen?” will support your implementation of play-based child and family learning. Your awareness of children’s services and appropriate resources, client needs assessment, and methods for curriculum and training design is complemented by a valid CPR and First Aid certification. A valid Ontario driver’s licence and access to a personal vehicle are required. The ability to communicate in both official languages is considered an asset.
Please apply in writing, by Friday, June 30, 2017, to:
Human Resources Department
Child & Community Resources
662 Falconbridge Road,
Fax: (705) 525-0068
Kindly forward your resume and cover letter in Word or PDF. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. (Aussi disponible en français)
Child & Community Resources is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). If you require accommodation for disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please contact the HR department.
Reporting to the Program Manager Children's Services, Quality and Capacity Building, the Quality Assurance Analyst (Bilingual – English/French):
- Conducts joint field audits with supervisors and/or peers to determine adherence to standardized assessment procedures and makes recommendations as required
- Conducts on-site quality assurance assessments on a city-wide basis
- Evaluates licensed child care programs to monitor program quality and facilities, ensuring municipal and other legislated regulations and standards are maintained
- Educates Child Care Operators on the quality assurance requirements for their premises
- Identifies areas of non-compliance and initiates corrective action
- Documents and reports the results of quality assurance assessments to management personnel, including posting the results on the public website
- Prepares reports for contracted agencies, internal files and divisional use
- Provides consultation to District Consultants on quality assurance related issues
- Develops and implements in-service education sessions for peers and other divisional staff
- Evaluates and makes recommendations on the Divisional Training Plan related to professional development and training required to improve child care quality
- Conducts periodic review of records/reports to determine timeliness and completeness of assigned workloads
- Develops, implements and maintains operational procedures, information systems, administrative documentation and record control for quality assurance processes
- Participates on internal committees and work groups
Your application must describe your qualifications as they relate to:
- Fully bilingual (English/French), in order to communicate effectively in English and French, with all internal and external stakeholders in person, by telephone and in writing
- Current registration with the College of Early Childhood Educators.
- Considerable experience in licensed child care work including knowledge of policies and procedures related to the operation of a child care center including applied knowledge of child and human development theories.
- Experience in program development and evaluation related to the provision of human services.
- Experience in effectively identifying problems and in proposing solutions.
You must also have:
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills including the ability to establish good working relationships the public and other staff.
- Thorough knowledge of the legislation and policies governing the delivery of child care, including Occupational Health and Safety Act, Child Care and Early Years Act, Child and Family Services Act, in addition to other relevant legislation governing child care.
- Ability to work under minimal supervision independently and to meet monthly assessment targets reliably.
- Ability to organize and supervise field work and exercise initiative and independent judgement.
- Ability to articulate the Provinces expectations related to pedagogy.
- Ability to maintain neat and accurate records and prepare reports.
- Ability to meet the physical demands of the position.
- Proficiency with a variety of computer software programs including but not limited to MS Office.
- Knowledge of the Children's Services Information System is an asset.
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Position vacancy Closing date: June 29, 2017
Employment Type Full Time
Job ID 244
Pay Starting Annual Salary: $40,212
Effective July, 2017
Hours Must be available to work between the hours of 7:00am – 6:00pm
Reports to Director, Child Care
Location / Region Toronto McGregor YMCA Child Care Centre- CFDjob
Application Deadline June 29, 2017
Posted on behalf of Sault College
Our organization is seeking individuals who will help our College be recognized as the pre-eminent student-centered post- secondary institution in the country with an unyielding dedication to giving students the tools they need to reach their goals. Our growing College, located at the hub of the Great Lakes, is looking for someone who is motivated to make a difference in the lives of our students.
The Opportunity: Sessional faculty in the Early Childhood Education Program. Courses may include: Field Practice Supervision, Integrated Seminar, School Age Programming, Teaching Methods, Partnerships with Families, Creative Expression, Interpersonal Communication.
What you need to be successful:
- Registered member in good standing with the College of Early Childhood Educators (Registered Early Childhood Educator)
- Degree in Early Childhood Education/Child Studies or related field
- Minimum 3-5 years’ experience in the early learning field
- Demonstrated skill and knowledge in the field of early learning including: observation and interpretation, pedagogical documentation, curriculum planning and implementation o teaching methods that reflect the child as competent and capable practices that support the child’s development of self-regulation, and goals and practices related to anti-bias education and in building community partnerships
- Current knowledge of all relevant Ontario Ministry of Education pedagogical documents related to early learning Current knowledge of all relevant Government of Ontario regulations
- Knowledge of current community/health/social/educational resources
- Excellent skills in adult learning principles, universal instructional design and retention strategies
- Teaching experience and commitment to academic excellence at the post-secondary level is an asset Strong interpersonal skills to work effectively within a collaborative team environment
- Excellent leadership, mentoring, presentation skills
- Strong commitment to strengths-based approaches to student success
- Knowledge of a variety of software packages; working knowledge of D2L/Learning Management Systems is considered an asset
- Able to work successfully in a fast paced and high demand environment
Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Sault College is an invitational College and an equal opportunity employer. We will accommodate your needs under the Ontario Human Rights Code and we will fairly hire the best candidates based on merit.
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We thank all applicants in advance – only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Under the direction of the Manager or Supervisor, the Coordinator 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, curriculum standards as well as all legislative requirements set forth by the Ministry of Education, Municipalities, Public Health and Fire Chief.
- Demonstrate strong support and commitment to the mission and core values of the YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka and the YMCA in Canada.
- Demonstrate strong support and commitment to serving the membership, facility users and all program participants of the YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka.
- Models appropriate and professional behaviours in line with our Mission, Vision and Values
- Establishes rapport and maintains effective relationship building behaviours
- Understands and participates in YMCA philanthropic commitments, imparts this knowledge upon staff, volunteers, families and the community, connects with families and offers opportunities to give, either financially or their personal time, including participation in special events within the centre and the community
- Demonstrates strong support and commitment to community activities, representing the YMCA in a professional manner
- Shares resources and assists other centres as requested
- Self manages on-going professional development;
- Responsible for achieving successful completion of all required trainings in first year of employment which could include YMCA Playing to Learn curriculum phase one trainings, CATCH, YMCA Healthy Child Development
- Attend other YMCA Child and Family Development training programs as required * Follows the supervision and guidance of their supervisor. Discusses policy or liability with direct supervisor as required.
- Develops and sustains good working relationships with provincial and municipal authorities including but not limited to:
- MEDU Program Advisors
- Public Health Inspectors
- YMCA Canada Play in Action Auditors
- School Board and Community Partners * Work with, lead and evaluate volunteers and placement students
- Understands and is sensitive to the diversity of the community
- Works to maintain active and effective communication and information networks within the centre, the staff team and with community agencies working with individual children and families
- Adherence to the YMCA Child Protection Policies and Procedures
- Seeks opportunities to deepen connections and increase engagement of parents and children in care, providing further opportunities to get involved in other YMCA programs
- Adherence to all provincial and federal legislation relevant to job description
Position vacancy Closing date: June 02, 2017
Employment Type: Part Time
Effective: September 2017
Hours: Must be available to work between the hours of 7:00am – 6:00pm
Reports to: Director, Child Care
Location/Region: Various YMCA Centres in Scarborough Region - Rouge Valley, Beverly Glen, St. Rose of Lima - CFDjob
Location: Please indicate the centre you are applying to in the email body; if interested in more than one centre, please send one resume and cover letter and list in order of preference
Application Deadline: June 02, 2017