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BAS CHILDCARE WORKER

Working at Connections offers you a relaxed and flexible work environment. Our goal is to provide meaningful supports to the community, and you can be a part of that by joining our team. We are a small but enthusiastic group who try to make work a rewarding experience. We have been known to share a laugh and a meal at our monthly meetings and we always try to maintain our work/life balance. If you are looking for a place to belong, make a difference and learn new skills, this is the place for you.

Position: Part time and Casual Before and After School Childcare Workers         

Start Date: September 2022

Wage: $21.20/hour to start (Union currently under negotiations)

Hours: Vary from 10 to 20 hours per week

Openings: 3

Location: Richmond

 

Job Summary

To work under the site Team Lead to provide a fun and safe environment for children grade Kindergarten to seven on a daily basis. Majority of shifts will be after school until 6pm, with some opportunity for before school hour as well as extended hours for Pro d days, school closures (winter break, spring break etc.) May have opportunity for full time hours during summer break.

Duties will include running activities, ensuring a clean space, daily outdoor play and activities, signing children in and out of program to authorized adult, communicating with the parents, preparing snacks and working as part of a team to ensure the program runs smoothly.

 

Qualifications

  1. Must be 19yr or older
  2. Have a valid First Aid Certificate, Food Safe Certificate an asset
  3. Clean Criminal Record Check
  4. Experience working with children
  5. Some course work on working with children (or willing to get some)
  6. Proof of Up-to-Date Vaccinations
  7. Energetic and likes to have fun (Kid at heart)

 

Apply

Submit letter of interest and resume to jane.reed@ccssociety.ca explaining how your skills and experience will support the success in this position by August 30, 2022.

 

GROUP FACILITATOR

Working at Connections offers you a relaxed and flexible work environment. Our goal is to provide meaningful supports to the community, and you can be a part of that by joining our team. We are a small but enthusiastic group who try to make work a rewarding experience. We have been known to share a laugh and a meal at our monthly meetings and we always try to maintain our work/life balance. If you are looking for a place to belong, make a difference and learn new skills, this is the place for you.

Benchmark Title: GROUP FACILITATOR – 9

Status: Bargaining Unit, BCGEU

Job Types: Part-time, Temporary

Wage: Grid Level 9 – JJEP Wage Grid – Starting $21.20/hour

Number of openings: 2

 

Job Summary

Promotes and delivers established programs by planning and conducting group sessions. Facilitates activities together with instructors on topics such as crafts, painting, Kung Fu etc. for groups of school students. Position is 20 hours per week with onsite program delivery 3 afternoons (2 – 6 pm) per week at local schools TBD. The position is from October 2022 to March 2023 with the possibility of extension.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Conducts group sessions such as workshops and courses to support skill acquisition and build on current skills in the areas of basic communication, anger management, stress management, self-esteem and other related topics.
  • Meets with referred participants and/or parents one on one if necessary
  • Liaise with school counselors regarding student progress, concerns etc.
  • Ensures that the necessary facilities, equipment and materials are available for the sessions.
  • Conducts evaluation and obtains client feedback on group effectiveness, material presented and facilitation style. Reports any difficulties to the supervisor.
  • Maintains contact with clients between sessions to provide follow up support if necessary, such as reviewing course materials and clients’ needs.
  • Maintains related records and reports in accordance with established policies and procedures.
  • Maintains up-to-date knowledge of community resources to provide program-related information to clients.
  • Will assist with post-secondary support program. Provide youth guidance and information regarding education opportunities.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

Qualifications Education and Knowledge

Certificate in a related human / social service field.

Experience working with youth considered an asset.

 

Training and Experience

One (1) year recent related experience. Or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

 

Apply

Please email your letter of interest and resume to monica.parelkar@ccssociety.ca by August 29, 2022