Infant and Toddler Educator
YMCA of Northern BC
North Coast / Nechako / North East, Fort St. James
closes in 5 days (Fri, 28 Feb) full time
• $18.50 - $20.83 hourly
The YMCA is the largest provider of child care in Canada and the YMCA of Northern BC is the largest not-for-profit provider here in the North.
Currently, the YMCA of Northern BC operates licensed child care at 13 locations in five communities: Prince George, Vanderhoof, Fort St. James, Fort St. John, and Chetwynd. We offer child care, preschool, and after-school care. We serve 600 families with 95 exceptional staff.
We are currently seeking an Infant and Toddler Educator for our Fort St. James program. If you believe in the potential of children from birth to three years, are interested in supporting families and want to help build a healthy community where children learn, grow, and thrive- then this is a job for you! The ideal candidate will bring a passion for continuous improvement, excellent communication skills, a positive attitude, and a team work approach. They will demonstrate the character, skills, and personality to work with young children.
To read, understand, and follow all YMCA, Child Care Facility Licensing, and legal requirements, including YMCA Playing to Learn curriculum standards.
To interact directly with the children, providing quality care and creative programming.
To establish and maintain positive daily communications and interactions with families, providing quality child care, building excellent programming, and excellent service to families, providing quality customer service and building meaningful relationships.
To assist with the planning and implementing of a consistent child-centered program, in accordance with YMCA standards.
To ensure all safety and supervision standards are implemented and maintained according to licensing and YMCA requirements.
To maintain a neat, orderly, and clean environment, including all activity and program areas, common spaces and washrooms.
To release children only to those authorized by parent/guardian, to ask for identification in order to ensure that the authorized pick-up has been verified.
To work with staff team to deliver a high quality and age appropriate programs based on the YMCA Playing to Learn curriculum and to attend all YMCA Playing to Learn professional development sessions and other trainings as scheduled.
To maintain confidentiality of all information related to the Centre, the children, their families and staff.
To maintain regular attendance, punctuality, and to be appropriately dressed and groomed.
Infant and Toddler Early Childhood Educator License to Practice (or ECE willing to complete)
Special Needs License to Practice an asset
Current child care First Aid certificate
Experience working with children in a child care/recreational setting
TB test and Immunization record
Three professional References
The successful candidate will be required to provide a current and satisfactory Criminal Record Check and Clear Vulnerable Sector Search. The YMCA will provide the applicable instructions.
Please apply with cover letter, resume and application (found on our website nbc.ymca.ca) to:
Natasha Tupper, Coordinator of Recruitment, Training and Orientation Natasha.T
The YMCA of Northern BC thanks everyone for their interest. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted
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