Katherine Wong commented on Regional Wage Scales for RECEs Working in Regulated Childcare in Ontario 2015-09-11 23:00:35 -0400I am the first cohort graduating from Algonquin College’s Graduate Certificate in ECE Administration. My field work project was a 169 page report on Childcare Administrators of Ontario – The Quality Connection. Here are a few statistics:
An ECE in non-profit child care in Ontario makes on average $17.50/hr. (40 hrs) = $36,400 year. School Board ECEs start $20.09/hr (35 hrs – 10 month contract) = $30,469.83 year. Municipal ECEs in Ottawa start at $46,191.60/year. The overall yearly salary of ECEs in the schoolboard is the lowest; they do not make a living wage. My research indicates that kindergarten teachers make $67,194.40 (35 hr/wk.), more than twice as much as the ECE. The average living wage in Ontario is $16.13/hr. (40 hr wk = $33,550.40).
Manitoba Child Care Association Admin Salary level Guideline 2014-2015. Supervisor I- II, Director I-IV
$43,197 to $94,099. Director-Supervisor level staff must have degree level training. Salary range for ECE – $37,438$46,798. Salary range for child care assistant – $24,462-$30,578. (http://mccahouse.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/workforce/MSCGS2014-2015.pdf)
Nova Scotia Child Care Association recommended minimum salary guidelines for 2014-2016 (40 hr/wk). It recommends Supervisors/Directors have ECE Diploma and post-secondary training and experience in management and administration (a degree). Director range of $47,283 – $69,222. Supervisor range of $39,811 – $56,118. ECE range of $32,240 – $45,489. Childcare Assistant range $20,800-$29,348. (http://nschildcareassociation.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/NSCCA-Suggested-Minimum-Salary-Guidelines-revised-2010-12.pdf)
In OECD countries (34 countries), most ECEs require a minimum 3-year degree level training. Many Colleges in Ontario are ramping up an applied degree program in ECE with bridging opportunities (hopefully with no dead-ending). I personally expect this to be the future norm, compensation needs to keep up.
Katherine Wong rsvped for Foundations for RECE Practice in Full Day Kindergarten 2014-08-06 17:36:42 -0400
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