416.218.1112
Beyond Bilingual Inc.
Published
December 15, 2022
Location
Mississauga, Canada
Category
Other  
Job Type
Job ID Number
BBB123
Candidate must be Bilingual
Yes
Job Function
Other

Description

Bilingual Early Years Educator

FULL TIME, PERMANENT

Location: (100% on-site) – Mississauga/Brampton

Hours: Mon-Fri – 8:45am-4:30pm - (35 hours/wk.)

Salary:  Up to $50K + Yearly Salary Reviews

Company:  Our client provides early childhood education programs for pregnant women, children and their families through various prenatal, early learning and parent education programs and partnerships across Peel Region.

 

Perks:

  • Company-paid benefit plan (after 3 months)
  • Dental plan
  • Vision plan
  • Paramedical
  • Drug plan
  • Chiropractor plan
  • Massage plan
  • GRSP Plan
  • Yearly Salary Reviews
  • Casual dress code policy
  • Excellent training
  • Family working atmosphere

 

Job Summary:

The Early Years Educator is responsible for delivering high quality play-based early learning programs to children (age 0 – 6) and their caregivers.

Responsibilities

Program Delivery:

  • Develop and implement child-directed, quality early learning activities using the company curriculum, the Four Foundations of Learning (How Does Learning Happen) and the company’s program standardizations for children 0 – 6 years of age and their parents/caregivers.
  • Engage children in planned programs by utilizing various pedagogical approaches which reflect and include the children’s interests and needs.
  • Communicate purpose and goals of activities with parents/caregivers in relation to child development, safe risk taking and the value of child-directed play.
  • Provide emotional support, information and role modelling for parents and caregivers raising young children.
  • Work with Manager to develop programs that meet the ongoing needs of clients.
  • Greet and provide information to clients in a friendly and compassionate manner.
  • Use appropriate tracking system to record client attendance and resource use.
  • Provide families with agency referrals and contact information as needed.
  • Ensure onsite community resources are accurate and up to date (i.e., pamphlets).
  • Ensure cultural sensitivity and client confidentiality are always preserved.
  • Set-up and clean-up of programs.
  • Provide respite care to parents and caregivers during education sessions.
  • Responsible for complete set-up and take-down as well as all aspects of programming when operating at a satellite location.
  • Provide phone support and referrals during all business hours.
  • Ensure facilities and resources are safe, clean, and well maintained.
  • Demonstrate tact and diplomacy when discussing resources or information related to the needs of families.
  • Engage with children and parents/caregivers in an attentive, encouraging, and positive manner.
  • Use appropriate tracking system to record client attendance and resource use.

 

Program Support:

  • Follow all conditions and guidelines of agreements, permits or leases to maintain favourable relations; reporting and documenting all concerns or occurrences.
  • Gather and analyze monthly statistics before submission to Manager.
  • Work with Manager to establish new partnerships with a wide range of community services.
  • Ensure adequate supplies are available and prepared for all programs.
  • Utilize agency surveys to evaluate the success of programs and follow guidelines.
  • Provide mentorship, support and direction to colleagues, students and volunteers as outlined by agency expectations (i.e., site trained on emergency procedures, program expectations and opportunities for professional growth etc.)
  • Responsible for the program sign-in process and resource tracking.
  • Evaluate program success, report, and periodically review with Manager.

 

Networking

  • Participate on committees, in meetings and attend training sessions both on-site and off-site as directed by the Manager or Director, Operations.
  • Ensure promotion of company programs/services.

Skills Required

  • Fluently bilingual (English/French) – Spoken and Written.
  • Well-developed interpersonal, communication and organizational skills.

Qualifications

  • Emergency First Aid/CPR B or C.
  • RECE certification in good standing with the College of ECEs.
  • Self-motivated, takes initiative and works well within a team environment.
  • Ability to work some flexible hours.
  • Must be able to travel to sites within provided schedule (i.e., two sites in Mississauga and one site in Brampton).

Experience Requirements

  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in a related field.

Education Requirements

  • Degree/diploma in Early Childhood Education or approved equivalency.
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