Position Title

Early Childhood Educator

  • Type: Full Time
  • City: Sioux Lookout,
  • Wage ($/hr): $29.75 per Hour
  • Employer Type: Business
  • Published on: 2022-08-06
  • Application Deadline: 2022-11-05
  • Job ID: 123790822
  • Job Category: Other
  • Views: 28
  • Retrieved on: 2022 October 05 03:41:00 AM EDT

Website Waninawakang Aboriginal Head Start

Early Childhood Educator

Job Description

Job Location:66 Princess St, Sioux Lookout, ON P8T 1H4
Secondary Job Location : N/A
Number Of Vacancies: 1

Period Of Employment : Permanent
Employment-FULLTIME –
Canadians and international Candidates can apply for this job.
There is no option to work remotely.
All work must be completed at the physical location.

Target Groups: (Must be 18 years old to get a vulnerable sector check and be alone with
children)
Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces, Visible minorities, Person
with disabilities, Indigenous people, Newcomers to Canada, Seniors.
STUDENTS (GRADUATE/UNDERGRADUATE)are welcomed to apply for this post.

Hours : Fixed

Specific Wage or Salary : $29.75 per Hour

Fixed Hours : 35 Hours per week

Long Term Benefits : Group Insurance Benefits, Maternity and Parental

Other Benefits : Paid Time Of (Vacation or personal days), RRSP

Work Site Environment : Indoors, Outdoors, Noisy, Air Conditioned

Work Setting : Child Care Centre

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Support learning & development by ensuring the delivery of high-quality
experiences that build responsive adult-child relationships and encourage
children’s exploration, play and inquiry, supported by How Does Learning Happen?
Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years

Provide children with a safe and supportive environment that is culturally
relevant and culturally appropriate which will help children develop socially,
intellectually, physically, emotionally and spiritually in a developmentally
appropriate manner toward the overall goal of individual and social well-being

Plan agendas, secure necessary resources, and make recommendations for
resources required

Provide constant supervision and be responsible for the safety and well-being
of children on-site and during off-site activities

Foster and maintain positive and productive relationships with the children,
parents/caregivers, family, community, professionals, and co-workers.

Certificate : Early Child Education (ECE) Certificate

Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Repetitive Tasks, Combination of
Sitting, Standing, Walking, Bending, Pushing, Pulling, Reaching, Kneeling,
Crouching. Lifting and Carrying Children/Equipment up to but not limited to 50 pounds, Fast-paced, busy environment.

Personal Suitability:
Punctuality, Effective interpersonal skills, Excellent oral communication,
Interpersonal awareness, Flexibility, Values and ethics, Reliability, Judgement,
Team player, Problem Solving skills, Organizational skills and initiative

Education:
Early Childhood Education diploma or provincially recognized equivalent.
Registered member of the College of Early Childhood Educators of Ontario
Current certification in Standard First Aid and Level “C” CPR and Safe Food
Handling considered an asset

Knowledge of Anishinaabe culture and traditions and experience working with
Indigenous persons; ability to speak Ojibwe considered an asset

Experience : 1 to less than 7 months

Official Language: English

How to Apply: In person or
By Email at ed@wahs.ca

Required languages: English

Education level: Early Childhood Education diploma or provincially recognized equivalent. Registered member of the College of Early Childhood Educators of Ontario Current certification in Standard First Aid and Level “C” CPR and Safe Food Handling considered an asset

Required skills: Early child educator

Closest intersection: NA

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