CCA- Full-time Permanent

Website Splash Child Enrichment Centre

Job ID 6023
Job Category

Child Care Assistant

Description

SPLASH Early Learning Centre at 363 McGregor Street (Win Gardner Place) is looking for a Child Care Assistant to work in our Preschool Program. There are currently 48 children between the ages of 2-5, who are split into 3 groups. This is a full-time, permanent position.

SPLASH Cares has a land-based, relationship-focused, and emergent curriculum. We are informed by the Circle of Security. We use Moe the Mouse and Tea Tree Tells in our curriculum.

SPLASH values diversity and inclusion and strives to create a workplace where people of all genders, abilities and ethnicities can thrive.

SPLASH has current policies and procedures and does an annual strategic plan with all our stakeholders.

We offer paid professional development and 3 weeks of vacation time after 1 year.

Eligible Candidates

CCA Certificate required
Current First Aid with Level C CPR Certificate
Will need to provide a clear Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Persons and Child Abuse Registry Check
40-hour child-care training course (within first 12 months of employment)
Food Handling Certificate an asset
Previous experience working in child care an asset
Be prepared to go outside in all weathers!
SPLASH values the ability to build strong relationships with the children by being reliable and consistent in your attendance.
In keeping with our mission and values: must be kind and caring above all things
SPLASH values professional behaviors such as a strong work ethic and consistent customer service.
We offer a competitive salary, an excellent benefits package and paid professional development.

Application Deadline December 23rd, 2021
Contact Information

SPLASH Child Care Inc.

Please submit cover letter and resume to:

splash@splashcares.ca with Attn: Jean in the subject line

We thank you for your interest; however, please note, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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