Upper Canada Child Care - “A smile on each child’s face…every day.”
What We Offer Our Educators:
Upper Canada Child Care is a strong believer in supporting educators to reach their full potential. In doing so, the organization contributes positively to the field of early learning, while also enriching the employee experience. As a large and growing organization, we have the ability to offer competitive compensation and rewards, including regular pay increases, wage enhancement grants, paid personal days, medical and dental benefits, split shift premium pay, paid training and development, involvement in charity initiatives, long term service awards, child care discounts, and the opportunity to advance and move throughout the organization. Upper Canada Child Care has recently expanded to include a forest school, allowing our educators to gain valuable knowledge and experience in this exciting area of child development and education.
Who We Are:
Upper Canada Child Care has over 30 years of experience in child care and education. We are a non-profit, government-licensed organization operating centres in communities throughout Toronto, York Region, and Simcoe County. Upper Canada Child Care is committed to providing quality programs that are guided by our organizational values of support, trust, safety, respect and professionalism. We believe that we set the stage for our children’s success when we foster the foundations of belonging, well-being, engagement and expression in our programs.
Upper Canada Child Care is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and encourages applications from members of our diverse communities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. Please contact the interviewer in advance if you require accommodations.
Part time Accommodation Support Facilitator required in Oro Station, ON.
To assist the teachers in program delivery and in the design and implementation of Individual Support Plans. To ensure operational requirements are met in compliance with all Ministry and organizational guidelines. To work with teachers, parents and outside agencies in order to best serve the needs of the program and individual children. The overarching goal is to enhance the classroom ratio and provide an inclusive environment through ongoing collaboration and communication.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE
- A recent Police Vulnerable Sector Check
- Health assessment and record of immunization, including COVID-19, as outlined by legislation.
- Up-to-date certification in CPR-C and Standard First Aid (training provided upon selection if required).
- Knowledge of the developmental needs of children and demonstrated ability to apply this knowledge.
- Skills and experience in working with children with various types of special needs, such as developmental delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder, social/emotional and behavioural difficulties preferred.
- Ability to communicate effectively and establish appropriate relationships with families, caregivers and other professionals.
- Ability to remain calm under pressure and maintain professional disposition.
- Have the physical and emotional stamina to supervise children in a variety of settings including outdoor public spaces.
Thank you for your interest; only applicants who may be interviewed will be contacted.
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