Supply Educator

Call In Casual @On Behalf of the Employer- TWPG is recruiting for in Child Care
  • Sarnia, ON, Canada
  • Post Date : June 20, 2024
  • Apply Before : July 19, 2024
  • Salary: Negotiable
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  • Job ID 18087

Job Description

Position Summary

As a Supply Educator, you will navigate a fluctuating schedule, fostering community connections through daily interactions with children, colleagues, and families at numerous child care centres and before and after school programs. Contributing to a team of highly skilled and passionate Educators, you will provide care and education to children ranging from 0-12 years old. You will implement an emergent curriculum through a pedagogical lens, facilitate learning experiences, remain curious alongside the children, and consistently strive to deepen your understanding of the culture you cultivate within a classroom.

o   Multiple Southwestern Ontario Locations (London, Dorchester, Huron County, Sarnia)

o   Job Type: On-Call, Casual Positions

o   Hours: Various shifts available, up to 40 hours per week

o   Start date: Immediately 

Responsibilities

  •  Work within a fluctuating schedule, adapting to diverse routines and schedules across different centres
  •  Maintain constant supervision and prioritize the physical and emotional safety of children at all times
  •  Implement an emergent curriculum by fostering and nurturing child-led learning experiences that support children in exploring topics that cultivate their curiosity
  •  Collaborate with families to share insights, involve them in the curriculum planning process, and seek input on children’s interests and needs
  •  Seek to understand children’s diverse needs and abilities and provide an inclusive program within a community based practice
  •  Comprehend and adhere to the Child Care and Early Years Act (CCEYA), health and safety guidelines, and London Bridge policies and procedures
  •  Perform a range of administrative functions, such as documenting children’s attendance, maintaining daily charts and medication logs, and accident reports as required daily
  •  Attend professional learning and engage in reflective conversations alongside colleagues to create an inclusive and nurturing environment for all children

Qualifications

  • Experience working with children, including those with diverse needs, is considered an asset
  • Registered Early Childhood Educator qualification, or, post-secondary degree/diploma in a related field; or is currently enrolled in a post-secondary degree/diploma program
  • If applicable, a member in good standing with the Ontario College of Early Childhood Educators
  • Strong critical thinking, communication, and decision-making skills
  • Curious, reflective, and eager for ongoing professional growth
  • Demonstrates a high degree of flexibility and adaptability in responding to the evolving needs, interests, and dynamics of the children, the program, and the environment
  • Vulnerable Sectors Check within the last 6 months
  • Standard First Aid and CPR Level C (WSIB approved)
  • Immunizations Records (Tetanus Toxoid and Rubella)

 Why Join us?

  •  Put theory into practice
  •  Access professional learning opportunities
  •  Engage in social events and activities
  •  Explore pathways to transition into permanent full-time employment

We appreciate your interest in the position; however, only those applicants accepted for an interview will be contacted.   

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