Job Opportunities
Posted Tuesday, 06 June 2017 18:06

Summary

  • Organization: Parkdale Early Childhood Centre
  • Phone: 250-382-0512
  • Email Address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Description

PARKDALE EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTRE

Maternity Leave ECE begins September 2017

Our beautiful centre is centrally located in Victoria and accepts children and families from 2.5 – 5 years in our daycare and preschool. We hire highly valued professional Educators and we treat everyone with respect. We provide the lowest fees possible to families and the highest wages possible to our praised Educators. We pay our Educators $20 per hour – the goal set by ECEBC.

FUNCTION of the ECE

Designs activities, supervises activities and assists in providing care and education to children enrolled in Parkdale Early Childhood Centre.

RELATIONSHIPS

  1. Reports to, supervised by, and accountable to the Director.
  2. Maintains co-operative working relationships with all ECE staff, students, parents and other persons associated with our centre (licensing officers, child care professionals and government officials).

 DUTIES

  1. Designs and supervises children’s activities and programs.
  2. Assists in maintaining a clean, safe and enjoyable environment for children.
  3. Follows practices and procedures to safeguard the health and safety of children.
  4. Acts as a role model by demonstrating appropriate social behaviors.
  5. Assists in all our centers’ routines.
  6. Performs relevant duties as assigned by the Director.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES

  1. Excellent communication skills in English. Another language is an asset.
  2. An ability to relate to and meet the needs of young children.
  3. An ability to work effectively in a team-teaching environment.
  4. An ability to adapt to changing circumstances.

QUALIFICATIONS 

  1. A current valid ECE certificate from the province of British Columbia.
  2. A recent physician’s letter of mental and physical health suitability for working with vulnerable children.
  3. An approved Criminal Record Check performed by the office of the BC Solicitor General for the purpose of working with children and vulnerable populations.
  4. Two current letters of work and personal reference.
  5. A valid First Aid Certificate.
  6. A current resume.

To Apply:  Please email your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 250-382-0512 for more information.