Infant Toddler/ ECE
Facility: TWN Child and Family Development Centre
City: North Vancouver
Type of Child Care Infant/Toddler
Qualifications Basic ECE
- Early Childhood Educator Certificate
- Infant/Toddler License to Practice
- Up-to-date record of immunizations and tuberculosis teset
- Must successfully pass a Criminal Records Check
- Bachelors' Degree in related field an asset
- Valid First Aid/CPR certificate
- Previous experience of 1 year working with children in a child care/recreation setting
- Ensure the Infant/Toddler program meets all requirements of the Child Care Licensing Regulations on a daily basis.
- Adhere to the Child and Family Development Centre’s philosophy and Schedule D&G of the Child Care Licensing Regulation
- Building a curriculum that is developmentally appropriate for children under 3.
- Prepare activity documentation to support childcare learning
- Cooperate with management and staff to individualize the curriculum and family services.
- Ensure guidance of children that encourages positive self-esteem.
- Ensure positive communications with parents/guardians and contribute to the on-going operation of the Centre.
- Facilitate a respectful conflict resolution process when dealing with difficult staff and parent/guardian issues.
- Implement a problem solving approach with practical solutions when faced with difficult situations.
- Maintain a neat, orderly and clean environment in all activity and program areas.
- Maintain confidentiality of all information related to the Centre, staff, children and their families.
- Encourage potty training and/or change diapers when needed.
- Supervising while children are eating and bottle feeding
- Ensure that children are safe at all times and recognize children who are potentially at risk and take appropriate action.
- Perform other related duties as required.
Salary & Benefits:
*Salary: To be discussed, based on education and experience
*Benefits: Comprehensive benefits & pension
- Statement from a medical practitioner indicating adequate physical and psychological capability to work with children and carry out assigned duties.
- Willingness to participate in work-related courses, seminars and training as required.
- Must maintain regular attendance and be flexible to accommodate changing schedules.
- Previous experience working in a First Nations community and/or organization is an asset.
- Strong work ethic and positive team attitude.
- Self-motivated and proactive when dealing with conflicts.
- Above average ability to work independently, multi-task, time management, organizational skills
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
- Anticipates and is consistently responsive and responsible to address issues and concerns at work.
- Ability to mentor and coach peers.
- Ability to be adaptable to change in varied situations.
- Position Start Date:
- As soon as possible
- Employment Type:
- Full Time
- Employment Term:
- Hours Per Week:
- Contact Name:
- Kristina Dick
- Application Closing Date:
- November 22nd, 2019
- Application Instructions:
- Email Application
- Other Application Instructions: