Before and After School Split Shift Relief Staff – Aylmer & East Elgin

The YWCA St.Thomas-Elgin is a Not-For-Profit organization founded in 1902 in St.Thomas-Elgin. The School Age Childcare department has been serving families in our region since the 1970’s.

We serve nine schools and have 14 programs across St.Thomas and Elgin County. Schools we serve are:

-Southwold Public School
-New Sarum Public School
-Eva Circe Cote French Immersion Public School
-Mitchell Hepburn Public School
-Elgin Court Public School
-Summers Corners Public School
-Straffordville Public School
-Springfield Public School
-McGregor Public School

We are currently the school age childcare provider with the largest amount of programs across our region. We are proud of hiring qualified childcare staff including RECEs, CYCs, DSWs, PSWs, and other Caring Adults with demonstrated childcare experience!

Job description

The YWCA St.Thomas-Elgin is currently recruiting Relief/Supply Educators to fill split shifts in our Before and After School Programs.

We need: Reliable Childcare Staff

Responsibilities including but not limited to:

Having Fun: Organizing and implementing activities, crafts, games, learning based opportunities based on children’s interests and needs for children in Before and After School Programs (split shifts) in St.Thomas & Elgin County that operate in TVDSB schools
Being Safe: Ensuring the supervision and safety of children in program
Preparing and serving snacks safely
Creating a welcoming and professional environment for children
Following the Child Care and Early Years Act requirements and YWCA St.Thomas-Elgin program statement and policies and procedures
Be available and willing to travel to various schools across Aylmer and East Elgin depending on assignment.

Qualifications:
Experience working with children ages 4 to 12
Priority will be given to applicants with an ECE Diploma, Child and Youth Care, Recreation and Leisure.
Standard First Aid with Child and Infant CPR – Level C
An acceptable Vulnerable Sector Check (employment specific)
Educators are knowledgeable, reflective, resourceful, and rich in experience
Creative, strong communicators, confident problem solvers
Safe Food Handlers Certification prior to start date
Completed High School
Transportation access twice per day is required due to mandatory split shifts
Hours are approximately 7:00-9:00am and/or 3:00-6:00pm. All shifts are split shifts.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please attach a detailed resume to your application through Indeed. Go to Indeed Job Posting

Expected start date: ASAP

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $17.46 per hour for shifts worked in ratio with children. (includes the $2 Provincial Wage enhancement.) Wages for occasional trainings, meetings, etc. is paid $15.46/hr)

COVID-19 considerations:
We are following requirements set out by Southwestern Public Health, the Ministry of Education and TVDSB to ensure we maintain safety standards to handle precautions related to Covid-19.

The YWCA St. Thomas-Elgin is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. We welcome applications from all qualified persons. If you require accommodations, please notify us and we will work with you to meet your needs.

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