Careers

 

 

Current Opportunities

Supply Educator - School Age

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: 2

Location: Various

Hours/Week: 30/week

Salary: $20.00/hour including WEG

Reports To: Program Supervisor/Manager

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 interest to Sophia Capone, Human Resources Assistant, at sophias@mcrc.on.ca

Supply Cook Position

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: December 20th, 2018

Position Type:  Supply Cook

Number of Vacancies: 1

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

Salary: $15.00/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.

Indigenous Artist, Artists and Children Together

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: January 18, 2019

Position: Indigenous Artist - Emerging Artists welcome

Number of Vacancies: 1

Location: Various

Hours/Week: 35 hours/week

Salary: $22/hour

Reports To: Artists and Children Together (ACT) Coordinator

The role of the Indigenous artist is to engage/build around Indigenous Arts and Cultures within MCRC and the community.  MCRC is specifically seeking an artist who is Indigenous, and we invite you to self-identify during the application process.

Job Description/Responsibilities:

In collaboration with the ACT Coordinator, develop the on-site Community Art Studio.

  • Participate in the purchasing of materials and supplies.
  • Collaborate to create culturally relevant programming.
  • Collaborate to provide meaningful culturally relevant arts-based experiences in the Community Art Studio.
  • Collaborate on the development and implementation of workshops, programs and events in the Community Art Studio.
  • Ensure that art experiences are safe, creative, inclusive and culturally appropriate for all program participants.
  • Build awareness and understanding of the view of art as a language for children within MCRC, adults and the broader community.
  • Build internal capacity by nurturing MCRC staff’s relationship with the arts.
  • Be flexible and adapt teaching practices to diverse audiences.
  • Engage with artists from the local community.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Occasional evening and weekend work.
  • Some travel required.

 

 

 

Qualifications:

  • A strong understanding of Indigenous people, history, and traditions.
  • Familiar with a broad range of artistic techniques, practices and materials along with one or more of the following interests/skills: painting, drawing, illustration, mixed media, textiles/fibre arts, digital art, ceramics, music, dance and movement, carving, beadwork and drum making.
  • Previous experience working with children and adults in an art related capacity, an asset.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively.

 

For more information about ACT visit https://mcrc.on.ca/act-initiative/

Or contact the ACT Coordinator, Vicky Jenkinson vicky.jenkinson@mcrc.on.ca

 

MCRC is committed to diversity, accessibility and values the contribution of its employees from diverse backgrounds and experiences.  To this end, MCRC endeavors to reflect the cultures, languages and abilities of the families we serve in our programs.  MCRC welcomes applications from Indigenous persons, visible minority group members, women, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others who contribute to greater diversity of perspectives. Please identify if you require any accommodations during the recruitment process in your application email.

 

 

Please forward your cover letter and resume to Human Resources at aylab@mcrc.on.ca

Full Year Early Childhood Educator School Age

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: Thursday November 29, 2018

Position: School Age Early Childhood Educator

Position Type: Full year

Number of Vacancies: 2

Hours: 30 hours /week during school year, 35-40 hours during all Camps and PA days

Salary: $18/hour

Reports To: Before & After School Supervisor and Early Learning & Childcare Supervisor

 

Job Description/Responsibilities:

The incumbent must use the foundational knowledge of the High Five Principals to provide quality outdoor/indoor educational and recreational experiences for children ages JK- 12 yrs of age.

They must demonstrate strong organizational and communication skill and have the ability to accomplish tasks with little direct supervision.

 

  • 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
  • Required to work PA Days, March Break and Winter camps

 

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education or Early Childhood Educator Diploma
  • ECE’s must be registered and in good standing with the College of Early Childhood Educators
  • Knowledge of Developmental Relationship Framework an asset
  • Experience planning and leading a full day camp considered an asset.
  • High energy, creativity and able to work independently 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 cover letter and resume to Sophia Capone, Human Resources Assistant at  sophias@mcrc.on.ca

 

Before and After School Programs

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: February 4, 2019

Position: Before & After School Enhanced Support

Number of Vacancies: 2

Location:  Tiger Jeet Singh Public School & Viola Desmond Public School

Hours/Week: 30 hours

Salary: $18.00/hour

Reports To: Canace Cooper, Supervisor, Before and After School

 

Job Description/Responsibilities:

Occasionally, licensed school age programs need additional support to fully include a child or group of children who have been identified as having differing abilities over and above typical classroom needs.  The Enhanced Support role is not intended to provide a 1:1 worker for an individual child but rather, they will work alongside the Before and After School Educators with all children in the classroom.

  • Be culturally sensitive and endeavor to remove all barriers which prevent acceptance and accessibility for children in the classroom
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with co-workers, parents, support workers and community service providers working with children
  • Provide total personal care such as toileting, diaper changes, feeding as required
  • Create and maintain an environment that protects the health, security and well-being of children
  • Utilize an emergent curriculum applying core concepts of a Reggio inspired and Asset Building philosophy.
  • Utilize a variety of teaching techniques including modeling, active listening, observing, questioning, demonstrating and supporting
  • Observe 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
  • Commit to raising quality care indicators through participating in the Quality First model.
  • Maintain a healthy and safe adult working environment
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor

 

Qualifications:

  • Social Service Worker, Child and Youth Worker, ECE Diploma , Recreation and Leisure, Psychology  or other relevant diploma or degree
  • ECE’s must be registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators
  • Experience working with children in JK to Grade 6 required
  • Experience working with children with behaviour difficulties & differing abilities

 

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 letter of interest to Sophia Capone, Human Resources Assistant, at sophias@mcrc.on.ca

Licensed Child Care

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: February 4th, 2019

Start Date: March 2019

Position: Educator

Position Type: 9 Month Contract

Number of Vacancies: 1

Location: Bronte Street School

Hours/Week: 40/week

Salary: $20.00/hour including WEG

Reports To: Sandra Grande, 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

Quality First Consultant


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

 

 

Date Posted: February 4th 2019

Position: Quality First Consultant

Number of Vacancies: 1
Position Type: One Year Contract

Location: 410 Bronte Street South, Milton

Hours/Week: 35

Salary: $24.00/hour

Reports To: Sarah McClennon, 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, the QF Model and the Framework
  • Within the context of the QF model, QFC’s are to cultivate professional working environments with Owners/Operators, Supervisors and all Educators
  • Implement the Quality First Model utilizing a coaching and mentoring approach
  • Visit centres to complete observations; provide support for reflection, goal setting and the development of action plans
  • Promote a learning environment by creating and facilitating professional learning opportunities as they relate to QF
  • Maintain contact with licensed Programs, responding to phone and e-mail inquiries as per THRC Service Standards
  • Collect, and input data, record and file all required documentation and paper work
  • Report evaluation results to the Supervisor as required
  • Model and maintain professionalism 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 within the Early Learning and Child Care sector
  • A strong knowledge of coaching, consultation and mentoring
  • 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 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.

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: February 6th, 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, and assist in the modifications and accommodations 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.
  • Implement new approaches or strategies related to 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
  • Support Educators and children by utilizing a variety of teaching techniques including modeling, active listening, observing, and reflective practice.
  • Create an atmosphere which builds upon individual learning styles, interests, and celebrates cultural and ethnic diversity of children and their families.
  • 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, Behavior 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, at sophias@mcrc.on.ca

 

 

 

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:
February 7th, 2019

Position: Integrated Educator

Start Date: February 25th, 2019

Location: Varies Locations

Number of Vacancies: 1

Hours: 35 hours/week total

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 programs and goals, and assist in the determination of modifications and accommodations to ensure successful inclusion of an  identified  child/ren
  • Implement new approaches or interventions related to 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 by providing coaching and role modeling of specific intervention strategies as determined by the Resource Consultant with the aim of independence
  • Support Educators and children by utilizing a variety of teaching techniques including modeling, active listening, observing, questioning, demonstrating and supporting
  • Create and maintain an environment that protects the confidentiality, health, security and well-being of all children and staff, reporting issues to the In Centre Support Supervisor as required
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the In Centre Support Supervisor

NOTE: The Support Facilitator 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 new 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, Child and Youth Worker, or other relevant diploma or degree,
  • HIGH FIVE training
  • 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 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  

 

 

Licensed Child Care

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: February 21st, 2019

Start Date: March 2019

Position: Educator

Position Type: 14 Month Contract

Number of Vacancies: 1

Location: Bronte Street School

Hours/Week: 40/week

Salary: $18.00/hour

Reports To: Sandra Grande, 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

Licensed Child Care

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: March 18th, 2019

Location: Bruce Trail Early Learning and Childcare Centre

Position: Full Time Supply Educator- 18 month maternity contract

Number of Vacancies: 1

Hours/Week: 35/week

Salary: $20/ hour including WEG

Reports To:  Supervisor of Bruce Trail Early Learning and Childcare 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
  • 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 interest to Sophia Capone, Human Resources Assistant, at sophias@mcrc.on.ca