Supported Childcare Worker
Closing Date: open until filled
As a non-for-profit organization, ANHBC child care programs are committed to the BC Early Learning Framework, focusing on the areas of Well-being and Belonging; Exploration and Creativity; Languages and Literacies; Social Responsibility and Diversity.
We believe that children are capable individuals who observe the world around them, gather information through natural play and rich interactions, and that children develop best at their own pace, in an atmosphere of respect and acceptance. Partnership and collaborative relationships are core values in our approach and we engage families in policy development, program planning and day-to-day channels and discoveries.
We are committed to providing a workplace that fosters; a sense of belonging, opportunities for learning, collaboration, empowerment, creativity and innovation.
Supported Childcare Worker
Job Overview: The Supported Childcare Worker is responsible for overseeing the full integration of children with extra support needs into the Bumble Bear Daycare program. This includes working together with the child, their family, and the staff team to attain goals determined in the Support Guide. Other responsibilities include the provision of quality care for all children in the program. Responsibilities include developing strong relationships and communication with children, families and colleagues, implementing high standards of care and supervision that promote the wellbeing of all children.
Hours: 15 hours per week 5 hours per day on Monday/Wednesday/Thursday
Rate: $21.26 + 6% vacation pay
Start Date: September 1st 2020
End Date: March 31st 2021 (potential for extension)
- Related experience working with children who require extra support in a childcare setting
- First Aid Certification
- Completion of a 20-hour course, or a combination of courses in child development, guidance, health and safety
- Strong planning, organizational, leadership, and communication skills.
- Ability/experience working with families of program participants.
- Ability to work in a multicultural, multi-programmed environment.
- Ability to work cooperatively in a non-profit and volunteer-based organization.
- Able to participate in activities with the children and work flexible hours.
- Creativity, initiative, enthusiasm, flexibility and a good sense of humour.
Association of Neighbourhood Houses of BC (ANHBC) is an equal opportunity employer. We place a high value on diversity and encourage qualified individuals from all backgrounds and identities to consider applying for the position. Our total compensation and benefits package reflects our commitment to our staff and their family.
For more information about ANHBC and Kitsilano Neighbourhood House, please visit www.anhbc.org.
We thank and acknowledge all applicants and will proactively contact those selected for interviews.
ANHBC Member Houses:
Alex NH, Cedar Cottage NH, Frog Hollow NH, Gordon NH, Kitsilano NH,
Mount Pleasant NH, South Vancouver NH and Sasamat Outdoor Center
Submit resumes and covering letters to:
No phone calls please We thank all applicants; however, only those candidates to be interviewed will be contacted. Kits House is an equal opportunity employer.