Early Childhood Educator Assistant (ECEA)
· Fluency in English (written and spoken)
· Knowledge of the Italian language is an asset
· Must hold Valid Early Childhood Education License
Good communication and interpersonal skills
· Proven experience is required as a teacher for children
· Experience with the Reggio Emilia Philosophy an asset
- Assist in creating the syllabus for the assigned class.
- Assist in writing lesson plans for the assigned class.
- Assist daily social, learning, and physical activities for all children in the assigned class.
- Monitor children and be responsible for the overall health and welfare of the children in the classroom, which requires diligent monitoring of all children during learning times, mealtimes, restroom breaks, and nap times.
- Encourage and engage children while they are in school.
- Keep the classroom clean, organize, and stimulating for children.
- Support children’s interests and play through spontaneous and planned inclusive activities.
- Observe, record, and document the behavior of children.
- Assess and document all work done by children and provide progress reports to parents.
Salary & Benefits:
$15.20 - $19.00 per hour
Benefits: Dental care, Extended health care, On-site parking, Tuition reimbursement, Vision care
Please send your resume to email address firstname.lastname@example.org, and copy to email@example.com,
- Position Start Date:
- September 1st, 2021
- Employment Type:
- Full Time
- Employment Term:
- Hours Per Week:
- Application Closing Date:
- July 26th, 2021 (or until filled)
- Application Instructions:
- Email Application
- Other Application Instructions:
The Italian Cultural Centre in Vancouver is currently seeking a qualified Early Childhood Educator Assistant (ECEA) for our upcoming childcare “Scuola d’infanzia L’albero magico”.
ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
Our Scuola d’Infanzia is inspired by the Reggio Emilia Philosophy, an innovative approach to early childhood education. The Reggio Philosophy makes the child central to their own learning. Each child is seen as being full of potential and curiosity. Peaking that innate curiosity, the Reggio Emilia Approach aims to assist them in understanding their environment and their place within it. In a supportive and rich setting, children are allowed to explore and discover their interests which will form their specific and individualized curriculum. Observation and documentation are important elements for teachers who act as equal partners in the child’s education.