Under the direction of the Inclusion Director/Recreation Programmer/Recreation Coordinator, provide a high quality program for all participants with disabilities through positive experiences, communication, creativity, enthusiasm and organization. Supervise all components of the Inclusion programs.
- Plan, implement and deliver age-appropriate specialized programming, including the care and control of program participants, ensuring the programming meets the needs of all participants and are appropriately delivered
- Assist with supervising, scheduling, training and evaluating part-time staff and volunteers to maintain high level of service
- Assist with conducting pre-program visits with new families and ensuring the participant profile is accurately completed
- Act as a resource for staff as required with participant’s daily needs, which may include personal hygiene, toileting, feeding, lifting and transferring, dressing/changing and behavior modificiation
- Maintain a safe and clean program environment
- Administer medications as required according to Corporate Policy.
- Utilize specialized equipment and apparatus
- Handle program feedback in a professional manner by providing exceptional customer service
- Assist with the planning, organizing, evaluating and documentation of staff training
- Maintain accurate inventory of program supplies
- Interact with and ensure parents/guardians are informed of the participant’s daily activities and over all well-being
- Complete administrative duties in a timely manner (i.e. staff and program schedules, incident/accident reports, medication logs, permission forms, bus attendance, SREA)
- Assist with daily attendance, follow up telephone calls in the event of absent campers and with extended day care programming and delivery
- Travel between work sites during shift
- 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 16yrs of age
- Minimum 2 years’ experience with individuals with special needs
- Valid Ontario Class G 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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