Careers

Current Opportunities

Supply Cook

Mission Statement: The creative and innovative leadership of MCRC with the Halton community will develop and deliver services to inspire and support children, their families and professionals.

Date Posted: May 9th, 2019

Position Type:  Supply Cook

Number of Vacancies: 1

Location: Bronte Street School or Bruce Trail Early Learning and Child Care Centre or Viola Desmond Early Learning Centre

Salary: $18.00/hour

Reports To: Centre Supervisor 

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Follow a meal plan following Canada Food Guide and Halton Health department recommendations and MCRC procedures.
  • Prepare and place food orders according to the menu.
  • Receive food orders, verify they are correct, and put food in appropriate storage space.
  • Ensure proper food storage and rotation procedures are followed.
  • Prepare the daily snack and meals ensuring children with anaphylaxis allergies, and other food restrictions are not served foods with contaminates.
  • Clean and sanitize dishes after use and ensure they are put away in an appropriate space.
  • Ensure the kitchen equipment and appliances are thoroughly cleaned on a daily, monthly and seasonal basis.
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Qualifications:

  • Food Handling Certificate required.
  • Experience preparing meals and snacks in a child care setting is an asset.
  • Must have the ability to follow instructions regarding anaphylaxis plans and be a self-starter with well-developed organizational skills.

MCRC is committed to diversity and accessibility.  To this end, MCRC endeavors to reflect the cultures, languages and abilities of the families we serve, in our programs, services and employment practices. Please identify if you require any accommodations during the recruitment process in your application email.

Please forward your cover letter and resume to Sophia Capone, Human Resources Assistant at sophias@mcrc.on.ca.

***Please note only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Full Time Supply Educator

Mission Statement: The creative and innovative leadership of MCRC with the Halton community will develop and deliver services to inspire and support children, their families and professionals. 

Position: Full Time Supply Educator 

Number of Vacancies: 1 

Hours/Week: 30/week 

Salary: $20.00/hour 

Reports To: School Age Supervisor   

Job Description/Responsibilities: 

  • Create and maintain an environment that protects the health, security and well-being of children 
  • Support inclusion of children with special needs, working collaboratively with their parents/caregivers and early childhood specialists 
  • Commit to raising quality care indicators through participating in the Quality First model.  
  • Develop and implement an emergent curriculum applying core concepts of a Reggio inspired philosophy. 
  • Build upon the foundational knowledge of the ELECT principles into deeper reflection and investigation of children’s thinking, development, and the role of the educator using the Provincial documents “How Does Learning Happen?” and “Think Feel Act”
    Utilizing a variety of teaching techniques including modeling, active listening, observing, questioning, demonstrating and supporting 
  • Observing children for the purpose of creating learning opportunities that promote development within social, emotional, cognitive, language, sensory and physical domains.  
  • Create an atmosphere which builds upon individual learning styles, interests, and celebrates the cultural and ethnic diversity of  the children and their families  
  • Maintain accurate daily record keeping of attendance sheets, daily log books, accident reports  and illness reports, medical forms, administration of medication forms, emergency procedures and actions and display in classroom as appropriate 
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with co-workers, parents, support workers and community service providers working with children 
  • Maintain a healthy and safe adult working environment for themselves and others 
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor 

 Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education or ECE Diploma 
  • ECE’s must be registered and in good standing with the College of Early Childhood Educators 
  • Knowledge of Developmental Assets® an asset 
  • Experience working in a child care environment including Before and After School programs considered an asset 

 MCRC is committed to diversity and accessibility.  To this end, MCRC endeavors to reflect the cultures, languages and abilities of the families we serve, in our programs, services and employment practices.Please identify if you require any accommodations during the recruitment process in your application email. 

Please submit your resume to Sophia CaponeHuman Resources Assistant, at sophias@mcrc.on.ca  

***Please note only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Member of the Board or Directors

Mission Statement: The creative and innovative leadership of MCRC with the Halton community will develop and deliver services to inspire and support children, their families and professionals.

Milton Community Resource Centre (MCRC) is a Not–for-profit, multi-service organization that provides services to children and families of Milton and the surrounding communities. Through our EarlyON sites, we provide early learning programs for children, their parents and caregivers. MCRC’s parent resource library offers a variety resources and workshops including access to our parent educators. Through our Licensed Child Care programs, MCRC provides quality early learning and care at an affordable cost and subsidy is available for eligible families. MCRC also operates The Halton Resource Connection, which provides training, support and resources to individuals and organizations working with children and youth.

MCRC is currently seeking additional Board Directors for a minimum 2-year commitment to:

  • Utilize expertise in a professional field and provide counsel and advise to support the successful governance of the organization
  • Support and provide guidance to the Executive Director in accordance with the Board of Directors By-laws
  • Ensure Board By-laws remain current and relevant
  • Provide expertise and advice in the development of the overall strategic direction of the organization
  • Support and assist in the development of philanthropic resources and fundraising efforts; attend MCRC fundraising events
  • Understand and influence, where necessary, public policies that affect MCRC
  • Network within the community and advocate on behalf of the organization
  • Report to the community and stakeholders at the Annual General Meeting
  • Monitor and evaluate the Executive Director’s performance
  • Participate on Board sub-committees and attend monthly Board meetings

MCRC is especially interested in applicants from diverse backgrounds with expertise in not-for-profit operations and in Law and/or Human Resources. If you are interested in serving your community through MCRC, consider getting involved as a Board Director.

Please forward your cover letter and resume to Lee-Ann Babin, Volunteer Coordinator, at leeannb@mcrc.on.ca.

Quality First Consultant

The Halton Resource Connection (THRC) is a program of Milton Community Resource Centre, operated in partnership with Halton Region.

 

 

Date Posted: October 16th, 2019

Position: Quality First Consultant

Number of Vacancies: 1
Position Type: 10 month seasonal contract

Location: 410 Bronte Street South, Milton

Hours/Week: 35

Salary: $24.00/hour

Reports To: Quality First Supervisor

 

Quality First is seeking an experienced RECE, to provide support and consultation to the Halton child care community.  If you are passionate about quality care for all children, incorporate a coaching and mentoring perspective into your work with others and have developed keen observation skills, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.

 

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Promote and inform the early childhood community about the Quality First (QF) Program, its objectives and the QF Model
  • Cultivate professional working environments with Owners/Operators, Supervisors and all Educators
  • Implement the Quality First Model, utilizing a coaching and mentorship approach,
  • Perform observations and conduct scoring; provide support for reflection, goal setting and the development of action plans; and promote a learning environment
  • Creating and facilitating professional learning opportunities as they relate to QF
  • Maintain contact with licensed Programs, responding to clients phone and e-mail inquiries as per THRC Service Standards
  • Collect, record and file all required documentation and paper work
  • Collect and report evaluation results to the Supervisor as required
  • Model professionalism at all times by adhering to Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice by the College of Early Childhood Educators
  • Foster ongoing community collaboration and partnerships with outside agencies, community agencies, and stakeholders through participation on committees, working groups, and projects
  • Promote THRC’s professional learning and resources opportunities
  • Perform other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications:

  • Registered Early Childhood Educator and current member in good standing with the College of ECE - Diploma/Degree in Early Childhood Education
  • 3-5 years' experience in a Supervisory or leadership role with proven coaching, consultation and mentoring capabilities
  • Proficient understanding of all the Environmental Rating Scales and experience with observation and scoring
  • Experience with adult education, an asset
  • Facilitation Experience
  • Strong understanding of the current Ministry of Education Documents
  • Administrative experience including a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Independent decision making with excellent planning and organizational skills
  • Flexibility to work some evenings and weekends
  • Bilingual - French preferred
  • Standard First Aid Level C Certification required

 

MCRC is committed to diversity and accessibility.  To this end, MCRC endeavors to reflect the cultures, languages and abilities of the families we serve, in our programs, services and employment practices. Please identify if you require any accommodations during the recruitment process in your application email.

Please forward your cover letter and resume to Sophia Capone, Human Resources Assistant, at sophias@mcrc.on.ca

 

 

 

After School Supply

Mission Statement: The creative and innovative leadership of MCRC with the Halton community will develop and deliver services to inspire and support children, their families and professionals. 

Position: After School Supply Educator 

Number of Vacancies: 1 

Hours/Week: PM Hours Only

Salary: $20.00/hour 

Reports To: School Age Supervisor   

Job Description/Responsibilities: 

  • Create and maintain an environment that protects the health, security and well-being of children 
  • Support inclusion of children with special needs, working collaboratively with their parents/caregivers and early childhood specialists 
  • Commit to raising quality care indicators through participating in the Quality First model.  
  • Develop and implement an emergent curriculum applying core concepts of a Reggio inspired philosophy. 
  • Build upon the foundational knowledge of the ELECT principles into deeper reflection and investigation of children’s thinking, development, and the role of the educator using the Provincial documents “How Does Learning Happen?” and “Think Feel Act”
    Utilizing a variety of teaching techniques including modeling, active listening, observing, questioning, demonstrating and supporting 
  • Observing children for the purpose of creating learning opportunities that promote development within social, emotional, cognitive, language, sensory and physical domains.  
  • Create an atmosphere which builds upon individual learning styles, interests, and celebrates the cultural and ethnic diversity of  the children and their families  
  • Maintain accurate daily record keeping of attendance sheets, daily log books, accident reports  and illness reports, medical forms, administration of medication forms, emergency procedures and actions and display in classroom as appropriate 
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with co-workers, parents, support workers and community service providers working with children 
  • Maintain a healthy and safe adult working environment for themselves and others 
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor 

 Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education or ECE Diploma 
  • ECE’s must be registered and in good standing with the College of Early Childhood Educators 
  • Knowledge of Developmental Assets® an asset 
  • Experience working in a child care environment including Before and After School programs considered an asset 

 MCRC is committed to diversity and accessibility.  To this end, MCRC endeavors to reflect the cultures, languages and abilities of the families we serve, in our programs, services and employment practices.Please identify if you require any accommodations during the recruitment process in your application email. 

Please submit your resume to Sophia CaponeHuman Resources Assistant, at sophias@mcrc.on.ca  

***Please note only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Support Facilitator

Mission Statement: The creative and innovative leadership of MCRC with the Halton community will develop and deliver services to inspire and support children, their families and professionals.

 

Date Posted: October 31st, 2019

Position: Support Facilitator

Location: Centres within the Halton Region

Hours/Week: 20 hours per week

Salary: $21.00

Reports To: Jessica Rankin, In Centre Support Supervisor

 

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Communicate and collaborate closely with classroom Educators, Child Care Centre Supervisors and other Professionals to implement goals and strategies to ensure successful inclusion of all children into the classroom setting.
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with coworkers, child care educators, child care supervisors, and community consultants, working with children in a team environment.
  • Implement new approaches or strategies with educators to support a child or children with differing abilities through short term classroom assistance as guided by Resource Consultant or ROCK consultant
  • Build the capacity of the Educators in the classroom through coaching and role modeling of specific strategies as determined by the Resource Consultant with the aim of Educator independence
  • Utilize a variety of techniques including modeling, active listening, observing, and reflective practice.
  • Collaborate with educators to create an atmosphere which builds upon individual learning styles, interests, and celebrates cultural and ethnic diversity of children and their families.
  • Alongside educators create and maintain an environment that protects the confidentiality, health, security and well-being of all children and staff, reporting issues to the Supervisor as required
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the In Centre Support Supervisor

 

NOTE: This position is intended to support and not duplicate the role of Inclusion Consultants, Speech and Language Pathologists, Behaviour Consultants, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists or RECEs within the centre. The role is intended to assist RECEs and educators within the classroom to support the successful introduction of a child or group of children with special needs or new skill sets, and in skill acquisition related to identified strategies for children.  This role requires the candidate to travel to and from Centres within the Halton Region.

 

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education or ECE Diploma, Child and Youth Worker, or other relevant diploma or degree.
  • ECE’s must be registered and “In Good Standing” with the College of Early Childhood Educators
  • At least two years’ licensed child care classroom experience with exposure to children with differing abilities and supporting implementation of strategies an asset
  • Strong understanding of current Ministry of Education documents
  • Strong oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, and ability to respond effectively to multiple priorities
  • Ability to build rapport and develop relationships using excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong computer skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
  • Working knowledge of the Child Care and Early Years Act (CCEYA)
  • Knowledge of the Quality First model, and THRC programs and services.
  • Knowledge of Developmental Assets® an asset
  • French is an asset

 

MCRC is committed to diversity and accessibility.  To this end, MCRC endeavors to reflect the cultures, languages and abilities of the families we serve, in our programs, services and employment practices. Please identify if you require any accommodations during the recruitment process in your application email.

Please forward your cover letter and resume to Sophia Capone, Human Resources Assistant

Integrated Educator

Mission Statement: The creative and innovative leadership of MCRC with the Halton community will develop and deliver services to inspire and support children, their families and professionals.

Date Posted: October 30th, 2019

Position: Support Facilitator/ School Age After School Supply

Location: Varies Locations

Number of Vacancies: 1

Hours: 35 hours/week total

  • Guaranteed 20 hours Support Facilitator and 15 hours After School Supply which can be booked at any of our program locations for any duration
  • PA days will alternate between All day in School Age camp and All day with THRC
  • Summer will be with THRC in either a full day Support Facilitator if needs allow or splitting time with the resource library
  • Each September there will be a letter of understanding laying out the years schedule for PA days

Salary: $21/hour

Reports To: In Centre Support Supervisors

 

Support Facilitator Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Communicate and collaborate closely with classroom Educators, Child Care Centre Supervisors and other Professionals to implement goals and strategies to ensure successful inclusion of all children into the classroom setting.
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with coworkers, child care educators, child care supervisors, and community consultants, working with children in a team environment.
  • Implement new approaches or strategies with educators to support a child or children with differing abilities through short term classroom assistance as guided by Resource Consultant or ROCK consultant
  • Build the capacity of the Educators in the classroom through coaching and role modeling of specific strategies as determined by the Resource Consultant with the aim of Educator independence
  • Utilize a variety of techniques including modeling, active listening, observing, and reflective practice.
  • Collaborate with educators to create an atmosphere which builds upon individual learning styles, interests, and celebrates cultural and ethnic diversity of children and their families.
  • Alongside educators create and maintain an environment that protects the confidentiality, health, security and well-being of all children and staff, reporting issues to the Supervisor as required
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the In Centre Support Supervisor

 

NOTE: This position is intended to support and not duplicate the role of Inclusion Consultants, Speech and Language Pathologists, Behaviour Consultants, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists or RECEs within the centre. The role is intended to assist RECEs and educators within the classroom to support the successful introduction of a child or group of children with special needs or new skill sets, and in skill acquisition related to identified strategies for children.  This role requires the candidate to travel to and from Centres within the Halton Region.

 

 

After School Educator Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Create and maintain an environment that protects the health, security and well-being of children
  • Support inclusion of children with special needs, working collaboratively with their parents/caregivers and early childhood specialists
  • Commit to raising quality care indicators through participating in the Quality First model.
  • Develop and implement an emergent curriculum applying core concepts of a Reggio inspired philosophy.
  • Build upon the foundational knowledge of the ELECT principles into deeper reflection and investigation of children’s thinking, development, and the role of the educator using the Provincial documents “How Does Learning Happen?” and “Think Feel Act”
  • Utilizing a variety of teaching techniques including modeling, active listening, observing, questioning, demonstrating and supporting
  • Observing children for the purpose of creating learning opportunities that promote development within social, emotional, cognitive, language, sensory and physical domains.
  • Create an atmosphere which builds upon individual learning styles, interests, and celebrates the cultural and ethnic diversity of the children and their families
  • Maintain accurate daily record keeping of attendance sheets, daily log books, accident reports and illness reports, medical forms, administration of medication forms, emergency procedures and actions and display in classroom as appropriate
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with co-workers, parents, support workers and community service providers working with children
  • Maintain a healthy and safe adult working environment for themselves and others
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor


Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education or ECE Diploma
  • ECE’s must be registered and “In Good Standing” with the College of Early Childhood Educators
  • At least two years’ licensed child care classroom experience with exposure to children with differing abilities and supporting implementation of strategies an asset
  • HIGH FIVE training
  • Strong oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, and ability to respond effectively to multiple priorities
  • Ability to build rapport and develop relationships using excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong computer skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
  • Working knowledge of “Think Feel Act”, “How Does Learning Happen” and other Ministry of Education documents pertaining to the Early Learning Field
  • Working knowledge of the Child Care and Early Years Act (CCEYA)
  • Knowledge of the Quality First model, and THRC programs and services.
  • Knowledge of Developmental Relationship Framework an asset
  • French is an asset

MCRC is committed to diversity and accessibility.  To this end, MCRC endeavors to reflect the cultures, languages and abilities of the families we serve, in our programs, services and employment practices. Please identify if you require any accommodations during the recruitment process in your application email.

Please submit your Resume and Cover Letter to Sophia Capone, Human Resources Assistant, at sophias@mcrc.on.ca

 

 

Educator

Mission Statement: The creative and innovative leadership of MCRC with the Halton community will develop and deliver services to inspire and support children, their families and professionals.

 

Date Posted: October 31st, 2019

Position: Educator

Position Start Date: January 6th, 2020

Position Type: 18 Month Maternity Contract

Number of Vacancies: 1

Location: Bruce Trail Early Learning Centre

Hours/Week: 40/week

Salary: $18-$20.00/hour

Reports To: Supervisor, Bruce Trail Early Learning Centre

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Create and maintain an environment that protects the health, security and well-being of children
  • Support inclusion of children with special needs, working collaboratively with their parents/caregivers and early childhood specialists
  • Commit to raising quality care indicators through participating in the Quality First model.
  • Develop and implement an emergent curriculum applying core concepts of a Reggio inspired philosophy.
  • Build upon the foundational knowledge of the ELECT principles into deeper reflection and investigation of children’s thinking, development, and the role of the educator using the Provincial documents “How Does Learning Happen?” and “Think Feel Act”
  • Utilizing a variety of teaching techniques including modeling, active listening, observing, questioning, demonstrating and supporting
  • Observing children for the purpose of creating learning opportunities that promote development within social, emotional, cognitive, language, sensory and physical domains.
  • Create an atmosphere which builds upon individual learning styles, interests, and celebrates the cultural and ethnic diversity of the children and their families
  • Maintain accurate daily record keeping of attendance sheets, daily log books, accident reports and illness reports, medical forms, administration of medication forms, emergency procedures and actions and display in classroom as appropriate
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with co-workers, parents, support workers and community service providers working with children
  • Maintain a healthy and safe adult working environment for themselves and others
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education or ECE Diploma, Child and Youth Worker, Recreation and Leisure or OCT
  • ECE’s must be registered and members in good standing with the College of Early Childhood Educators
  • Knowledge of Developmental Relationship Framework, an asset
  • Experience working in a child care environment considered an asset

MCRC is committed to diversity and accessibility.  To this end, MCRC endeavors to reflect the cultures, languages and abilities of the families we serve, in our programs, services and employment practices. Please identify if you require any accommodations during the recruitment process in your application email.

Please forward your cover letter and resume to Sophia Capone, Human Resources Assistant

 

 

 

Educator

Mission Statement: The creative and innovative leadership of MCRC with the Halton community will develop and deliver services to inspire and support children, their families and professionals.

 

Date Posted: November 29th, 2019

Start Date: January, 2020

Position: Educator

Number of Vacancies: 1

Location: Bronte Street School

Hours/Week: 40/week

Salary: $20/hour

Reports To: Supervisor, Bronte Street School

Job Description/Responsibilities:

  • Create and maintain an environment that protects the health, security and well-being of children
  • Support inclusion of children with special needs, working collaboratively with their parents/caregivers and early childhood specialists
  • Commit to raising quality care indicators through participating in the Quality First model.
  • Develop and implement an emergent curriculum applying core concepts of a Reggio inspired philosophy.
  • Build upon the foundational knowledge of the ELECT principles into deeper reflection and investigation of children’s thinking, development, and the role of the educator using the Provincial documents “How Does Learning Happen?” and “Think Feel Act”
  • Utilizing a variety of teaching techniques including modeling, active listening, observing, questioning, demonstrating and supporting
  • Observing children for the purpose of creating learning opportunities that promote development within social, emotional, cognitive, language, sensory and physical domains.
  • Create an atmosphere which builds upon individual learning styles, interests, and celebrates the cultural and ethnic diversity of the children and their families
  • Maintain accurate daily record keeping of attendance sheets, daily log books, accident reports and illness reports, medical forms, administration of medication forms, emergency procedures and actions and display in classroom as appropriate
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with co-workers, parents, support workers and community service providers working with children
  • Maintain a healthy and safe adult working environment for themselves and others
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education or ECE Diploma
  • ECE’s must be registered and members in good standing with the College of Early Childhood Educators
  • Knowledge of Developmental Relationship Framework, an asset
  • Experience working in a child care environment considered an asset

MCRC is committed to diversity and accessibility.  To this end, MCRC endeavors to reflect the cultures, languages and abilities of the families we serve, in our programs, services and employment practices. Please identify if you require any accommodations during the recruitment process in your application email.

Please forward your cover letter and resume to Sophia Capone, Human Resources Assistant, at sophias@mcrc.on.ca

 

Occasional Supply

Mission Statement: The creative and innovative leadership of MCRC with the Halton community will develop and deliver services to inspire and support children, their families and professionals.

 

Position: Occasional Supply

Location: Various programs within Milton

Salary: $18-$20/hour depending on qualifications

Hours: varied and based on the program needs and Occasional Supply Staff availability

 

Applicants should be available some weekdays between 7am and 6pm with minimum availability of 3 consecutive hours starting at either 7am or ending at 6pm on days they are available to work.

 

Job Description/Responsibilities:

This position is an on call as needed basis where candidates would be contacted to support any of our programs.  Occasional Supply staff provide support and ensure children are provided a safe and secure environment where they learn through play and exploration of their environment.    All of our Educators and Occasional Supply Staff are responsible for the following duties:

 

  • Create and maintain an environment that protects the health, security and well-being of children
  • Support inclusion of children with special needs, working collaboratively with their parents/caregivers and early childhood specialists
  • Commit to raising quality care indicators through participating in the Quality First model.
  • Develop and implement an emergent curriculum applying core concepts of a Reggio inspired philosophy.
  • Build upon the foundational knowledge of the ELECT principles into deeper reflection and investigation of children’s thinking, development, and the role of the educator using the Provincial documents “How Does Learning Happen?” and “Think Feel Act”
  • Utilizing a variety of teaching techniques including modeling, active listening, observing, questioning, demonstrating and supporting
  • Observing children for the purpose of creating learning opportunities that promote development within social, emotional, cognitive, language, sensory and physical domains.
  • Create an atmosphere which builds upon individual learning styles, interests, and celebrates the cultural and ethnic diversity of the children and their families
  • Maintain accurate daily record keeping of attendance sheets, daily log books, accident reports and illness reports, medical forms, administration of medication forms, emergency procedures and actions and display in classroom as appropriate
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with co-workers, parents, support workers and community service providers working with children
  • Maintain a healthy and safe adult working environment for themselves and others
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education or ECE Diploma or other relevant Diploma/Degree, or, relevant experience is considered an asset
  • ECE’s must be registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators
  • Knowledge of Developmental Relationship Framework ® an asset
  • Experience working in a child care environment considered an asset

 

MCRC is committed to diversity and accessibility.  To this end, MCRC endeavors to reflect the cultures, languages and abilities of the families we serve, in our programs, services and employment practices. Please identify if you require any accommodations during the recruitment process in your application email.


Please submit your Resume and Cover Letter to Sophia Capone, Human Resources Assistant, at sophias@mcrc.on.ca

 

Please Note:

Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.