Good Beginnings Day Nursery 375 Finkle St., Woodstock, ON, Canada
Jan 23, 2019
Full Time Permanent Position Childinü Oxford Supervisor LOCATION: Childinü Oxford 375 Finkle St. Woodstock START DATE: February/March 2019 HOURS: 35 hours per week STARTING RATE OF PAY: $27.48 per hour ( rate may be adjusted according to experience/credentials) CLOSING DATE: February 6, 2019 We are seeking to fill this position with a compassionate, reliable, friendly, energetic and engaged professional. The successful candidate will be required to possess the following: QUALIFICATIONS Degree or diploma in Early Childhood Education or recognized equivalency as specified by the Association of Early Childhood Educators, Ministry of Education A member in good standing of the Ontario College of Early Childhood Educators Resource Teacher certification or equivalent educational training Minimum ten years of experience working with children 0-12 years of age with diverse needs, families, and communities in early learning environments Minimum three years of experience in a Supervisory role within Early Learning Environments Ability to work independently and as a team member Excellent communication skills; written, oral, listening, and non-verbal Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office, and ability to adapt to various in-house software POSITION SUMMARY The Childinü Oxford Supervisor will provide leadership promoting the vision and guiding principles of the special needs resourcing services as they relate to families, staff, and the community through observation and implementation of the policies established by the Good Beginnings’ Board of Directors, and the regulations under the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014. They will demonstrate knowledge of community resource services for children with special needs, quality early learning and Child Care Centre/Programs, early learning professionals and collaborative strategies across a diverse community. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES Co-ordinates Professional Learning opportunities for Centres/Programs and parents. Receives and allocates referrals Prepares annual budget submission for Executive Director Ensures that Resource Consultants and Diverse Needs Facilitator record and secure personal, anecdotal, behavioural and medical information regarding the children in the program as required and in a timely manner Endeavours to build a strong, competent team, through a strength-based approach Provides effective and timely communication with parents as require Provides resources or referrals where appropriate, in conjunction with the Resource Consultants and Diverse Needs Facilitator Builds upon community expertise and ensures resources, information exchange, innovative planning, experiences and supports are provided when needed to strengthen an ‘open door’ approach Participates in community awareness and education events and activities regarding growth and development and the benefits of inclusive, quality early learning and child care Extensive knowledge with the following curriculum/resources: How Does Learning Happen? Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years https://www.edu.gov.on.ca/childcare/HowLearningHappens.pdf “Ontario’s Renewed Early Years Child Care Policy Framework” http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/childcare/renewed_early_years_child_care_policy_framework_en.pdf Child Care and Early Years Act: https://www.ontario.ca/laws/statute/14c11 Think Feel Act: Lessons From Research About Young Children: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/childcare/ResearchBriefs.pdf Think Feel Act: Empowering Children in the Middle Years: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/childcare/empower.html Emergent Curriculum, Play Based Learning Second Step, Social and Emotional Program Ages and Stages Questionnaire for Children 2 months to 60 months of age Please submit your cover letter and resume to: Edina Usanovic, Supervisor of Recruitment and Training email@example.com Although we thank all applicants for their interest in this position, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.