Under the direction of the Recreation Programmer/Recreation Coordinator, plan, organize and implement a high quality program that is stimulating and enjoyable for all participants. Provide supervision, guidance and coaching to staff and volunteers. Responsible for the safety and wellbeing of registered participants at all times.
- Recruit, supervise, coach and evaluate staff
- Assist with promotion of programs
- Develop, deliver and document staff training and meetings
- Responsible for pre-program family visits and participant profile completion
- Responsible for updating returning participants profile
- Oversee the planning and organization of Inclusions Specialists program plans to ensure they are delivering of high quality, safe and stimulating for all levels of participants
- Ensure participants and staff are equipped with all mandatory equipment during the program
- Assist with behavior modification of challenging participants
- Utilize specialized equipment and apparatus
- Responsible for singular or multiple Inclusion Camp location staff
- Maintain complete vigilance while on duty and be ready to respond to any emergency situation
- Handle program feedback in a professional manner by providing exceptional customer service
- Complete administrative duties in a timely manner (i.e. staff and program schedules, incident/accident reports, medication logs, permission forms, bus attendance, SREA)
- Monitor the use of equipment and supplies, conduct inventory counts and re-stock as needed
- Report all concerns, accidents and incidents to immediate supervisor for follow up and take appropriate action
- Travel between work sites during shift
- Administer medications, as required and according to Corporate Policy.
- Make weekly camp calls and follow up calls in the event of missing campers
- Maintain an understanding of department programs and services
- Understand, adhere to, and enforce Corporate Policies & Procedures, Confidentiality Guidelines, Emergency Procedures and Health and Safety Standards for all participants and staff
- Attend meetings/training as required
- Performs other duties as assigned
- Flexible hours which may include morning, evenings or weekends
- Minimum 18 years of age
- Minimum 2 years’ experience with individuals with special needs
- Valid Ontario driver’s licence and full time use of a vehicle
- Current Standard First Aid / CPR C / AED from an accredited organization
- Submit or agree to a Vulnerable Sector Criminal Record Check
- Exceptional customer service and communication skills
** Various tests and/or exams may be administered as part of the selection criteria.
Job status: Part time Job Type: Non-Union
Applications must be received by September 28, 2018
Alternate formats will be provided upon request.
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If this opportunity matches your interest and experience, please apply online by September 28, 2018. We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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