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Part-time Supply Child Care Teacher

at YMCA Three Rivers in Cambridge

Are you a passionate professional who has experience working with children? Are you driven to cultivate authentic relationships and connections with children and families to create the foundation for optimal learning, health and well being? Do you require a flexible schedule, so you can manage what days you are off, or continue with your studies etc.

If this is you, join our team and make a difference in the life of a child!
The YMCA of Three Rivers is one of the community’s largest non-profit organizations. For 30 years, YMCA Child Care has been a leader in delivering quality licensed Child Care in our community. We believe connected communities are thriving, healthy, and strong. We have the assets to affect positive social change and we know that Child Care is a foundation of our work. That’s where you come in.
What you will bring…
 Ideally, you have completed an Early Childhood Education diploma program and be registered with College of Early Childhood Educators. Other credentials may also be considered (i.e. Recreation & Leisure, Child & Youth Worker, Ontario College of Teachers, or Social Services Worker)
 You have the flexibility to report to work with limited notice
 You have experience working with children in a play based, emergent curriculum setting.
 You have the ability to plan and implement a child-centered program in accordance with YMCA curriculums Playing to Learn and A Place to Connect. You will be responsible for preparing, maintaining, and evaluating the learning environment and all aspects of the program on an ongoing basis.
 You will be responsible for supervising and caring for children with a daily awareness of health and safety issues.
 You have the ability to support children with diverse needs by adjusting programming and the environment, setting goals and monitoring progress during small groups and/or one on one. You must be able and willing to support children with daily routines (washroom, dressing, meals, etc)
 You have well-developed interpersonal and relationship building skills; the ability to use good judgement and problem-solve; and strong professional conduct. You exercise judgement in modifying children’s behaviour by re-directing, and providing positive reinforcement within pre-established guidelines.
 You have the ability to establish rapport and excellent communication with children, families, educators, volunteers, and community partners.
 You promote a social inclusion through communication and involvement with all children.
 You have knowledge of the Child Care and Early Years Act (2014), the Early Learning for Every Child Today document, How Does Learning Happen? Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years and The Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice and the ability to meet the specifications of these documents.
 You have the competency to use technology to communicate and document children’s learning.
 You will be required to attend monthly staff meetings.
 You are committed to engaging in ongoing professional learning and participate in annual personal goal setting.
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 You have the ability to stand and walk for extended periods. You must be able to get down to the children’s level by bending, kneeling and sitting on the floor. You will be required to be physically active, lift and carry objects such as young children, blocks, and program supplies.
 You have up-to-date Standard First Aid and CPR (Level C) certification, successful completion of Vulnerable Police Records Check within the last 3 months, and up-to-date immunizations including a TB test
What you will gain…
 You will join a dynamic team and an organization that has massive impact across our community.
 The YMCA has an excellent pension plan available to all employees and a comprehensive benefit plan for full time employees.
 All employees receive a free YMCA membership upon hire and have access to many opportunities for growth within the Association.
 We provide several continuous professional learning opportunities at no cost.
 We offer a competitive wage -RECE minimum rate of pay is $20.00 per hour (plus government wage enhancement where eligible). Non-RECE minimum rate of pay is $18.00 per hour (plus government wage enhancement where eligible).
Please note we are currently following Public Health and Government guidelines related to COVID 19 both for our interview process and while working. Interviews will be done virtually and any entrance into a facility will be subject to health screening.
If you are interested in joining our team, please apply on our website
https://www.ymcacambridgekw.ca/en/Work-for-the-YMCA.asp
RECEs must include their College of ECE registry number on their resume.
The YMCAs of Three Rivers embrace diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive workplace, welcoming applications from all qualified persons. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, accommodation will be provided at any point throughout the hiring process, provided the candidate makes their accommodation need known to the YMCA. The YMCAs comply with the Employment Standards Act, Pay Equity Legislation and privacy laws. In keeping with privacy laws, we are committed to protecting personal information by following responsible information handling practices. For more information on the YMCAs commitment to privacy, please visit our web site at www.ymcacambridgekw.ca. Only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

Location: Cambridge, ON

Hours: Part time

Start Date: Immediate

Are you a passionate professional who has experience working with children? Are you driven to cultivate authentic relationships and connections with children and families to create the foundation for optimal learning, health and well being? Do you require a flexible schedule, so you can manage what days you are off, or continue with your studies etc.

If this is you, join our team and make a difference in the life of a child!

The YMCA of Three Rivers is one of the community’s largest non-profit organizations. For 30 years, YMCA Child Care has been a leader in delivering quality licensed Child Care in our community. We believe connected communities are thriving, healthy, and strong. We have the assets to affect positive social change and we know that Child Care is a foundation of our work. That’s where you come in.

What you will bring…

  • Ideally, you have completed an Early Childhood Education diploma program and be registered with College of Early Childhood Educators. Other credentials may also be considered (i.e. Recreation & Leisure, Child & Youth Worker, Ontario College of Teachers, or Social Services Worker)
  • You have the flexibility to report to work with limited notice
  • You have experience working with children in a play based, emergent curriculum setting.
  • You have the ability to plan and implement a child-centered program in accordance with YMCA curriculums Playing to Learn and A Place to Connect. You will be responsible for preparing, maintaining, and evaluating the learning environment and all aspects of the program on an ongoing basis.
  • You will be responsible for supervising and caring for children with a daily awareness of health and safety issues.
  • You have the ability to support children with diverse needs by adjusting programming and the environment, setting goals and monitoring progress during small groups and/or one on one. You must be able and willing to support children with daily routines (washroom, dressing, meals, etc)
  • You have well-developed interpersonal and relationship building skills; the ability to use good judgement and problem-solve; and strong professional conduct. You exercise judgement in modifying children’s behaviour by re-directing, and providing positive reinforcement within pre-established guidelines.
  • You have the ability to establish rapport and excellent communication with children, families, educators, volunteers, and community partners.
  • You promote a social inclusion through communication and involvement with all children.
  • You have knowledge of the Child Care and Early Years Act (2014), the Early Learning for Every Child Today document, How Does Learning Happen? Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years and The Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice and the ability to meet the specifications of these documents.
  • You have the competency to use technology to communicate and document children’s learning.
  • You will be required to attend monthly staff meetings.
  • You are committed to engaging in ongoing professional learning and participate in annual personal goal setting.
  • You have the ability to stand and walk for extended periods. You must be able to get down to the children’s level by bending, kneeling and sitting on the floor. You will be required to be physically active, lift and carry objects such as young children, blocks, and program supplies.
  • You have up-to-date Standard First Aid and CPR (Level C) certification, successful completion of Vulnerable Police Records Check within the last 3 months, and up-to-date immunizations including a TB test

 What you will gain…

  • You will join a dynamic team and an organization that has massive impact across our community.
  • The YMCA has an excellent pension plan available to all employees and a comprehensive benefit plan for full time employees.
  • All employees receive a free YMCA membership upon hire and have access to many opportunities for growth within the Association.
  • We provide several continuous professional learning opportunities at no cost.
  • We offer a competitive wage -RECE minimum rate of pay is $20.00 per hour (plus government wage enhancement where eligible). Non-RECE minimum rate of pay is $18.00 per hour (plus government wage enhancement where eligible).

Please note we are currently following Public Health and Government guidelines related to COVID 19 both for our interview process and while working. Interviews will be done virtually and any entrance into a facility will be subject to health screening.

How to Apply:

If you are interested in joining our team, please apply on our website

https://www.ymcacambridgekw.ca/en/Work-for-the-YMCA.asp

RECEs must include their College of ECE registry number on their resume.

The YMCAs of Three Rivers embrace diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive workplace, welcoming applications from all qualified persons. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, accommodation will be provided at any point throughout the hiring process, provided the candidate makes their accommodation need known to the YMCA. The YMCAs comply with the Employment Standards Act, Pay Equity Legislation and privacy laws. In keeping with privacy laws, we are committed to protecting personal information by following responsible information handling practices. For more information on the YMCAs commitment to privacy, please visit our web site at www.ymcacambridgekw.ca. Only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

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