Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) is one of the largest school divisions in Alberta, serving the education needs of approximately 17,150 students in 43 schools. Every day, the staff and students of EIPS are encouraged to pursue opportunities to grow and to discover their passions in life. We pride ourselves on providing our staff and students with the tools to achieve success by offering dynamic programming, up-to-date resources and practical professional learning opportunities.
Elk Island Public Schools is recruiting a temporary part-time Noon Supervisor (1 hour per day) at Win Ferguson Elementary.
Win Ferguson Elementary is a K-6 school with approximately 440 students, 23 teaching staff, and 18 support staff. The school is located in the town of Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta approximately 22 kilometers north of Sherwood Park, Alberta. The community at Win Ferguson School believe all students come to school to learn, work, and play in an atmosphere of trust and respect. Our commitment is to provide students with the knowledge, help, and guidance they need to become active participants in today's society.
Noon Hour Supervisors main responsibility is to provide supervision to children during the lunch hour under the direction of the Principal/Assistant Principal.
Schedule will be one (1) hour each day, five (5) hours per week, Monday to Friday, starting immediately and ending June 25, 2021. Being available on short notice would be an asset.
Supervision During Eating Time:
Greet students in lunchroom when lunch hour starts
Watch students in different classrooms while they eat
Help monitor behaviour and encourage positive interaction between students
Encourage students to follow classroom lunch rules and handle minor infractions
Make sure students dispose of garbage in receptacles
Supervision During Playtime:
Ensure that all students have gone outside within a reasonable time
Supervise and ensure student safety within an assigned area of the playground
Carry the first aid fanny-pack at all times and administers minor first aid
Deal with minor behaviour problems and refer serious behaviour problems to the principal or assistant principal
Education and Experience
First Aid is an asset
Behaviour Management training is an asset
Experience working in or volunteering in a school setting is an asset
Demonstrated Skills and Competencies
Excellent interpersonal skills
Enjoy working with students
A good sense of humour
Good health and physical fitness
The ability to take direction and work independently
Flexibility, patience, sensitivity, tolerance, enthusiasm, creativity and imagination
The ability to deal with the emotional and mental stress of working with large groups of children who are sometimes active and demanding
For more information, please contact Justin Mazur, Assistant Principal, at 780-998-1441 or email email@example.com.
Only online applications will be accepted.
Elk Island Public Schools appreciates and considers all applications; however, we only contact candidates who are selected for interviews.
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