Angelic Treasures Christian Daycare has been inoperation since 2003. A Christian organization where you can seethe value of our faith.
We value our employees and offer benefitsafter a 3 month probation. We are looking for strong RECE who arededicated to children, are able to get down to their level.
Bealways present when the children are in the care of the RECE. Thereis opportunity for growth, there is opportunity for training andprofessional development.
We are here to make an impact on thelives of the children we serve. Become part of our team.
Bring to your interview your portfolio andtell me why you would be the best candidate to join us.
Early Childhood Educator - JobDescriptionReports to Supervisor
Professional : Early Childhood Education Diploma or a UniversityDegree in
Minimum 1 or more years’ experience inchildcare after graduation
Experience in integrated settings
Current First Aid and C.P.R. Certificates
Police Record Check (current within 3months)
Registered with the College of ECE
Well versed in How Does Learning Happen
Per sonal : A positive andsensitive attitude towards children, their parents
and other staff members.
Strong communication and leadership skills
Excellent organizational abilities
Ability to supervise other staff, includingstudents on placement
All healthrequirements to be met in accordance with the
Ministry of Education
Dressappropriate to convey the organizations professional
Dedicated to professional development
To ensure aprogram that will promote the physical, social, emotionaland
intellectual well being of thechildren by following up the planning that is done in the agegroups that you are assigned. As well as any other duties that arerequired and delegated by the Director.
Direct, Support, Observe and Evaluatestudent / staff learning by :
Modeling at routine and transition times
Communicating via the communication log in thebinders
Participating in staffevaluation
Meet once a month forupdate on age groups
Familiar withHow Does Learning Happen and ELECT document
Monitor and Document individual childprogress by :
Keeping track ofPosting for Story (Anecdotal note)
Dividing this work evenly between staff and posted once amonth
Establish a team approach toensure program compatibility by :
Collaborating with center supervisor to share expertiseand practical
knowledge and byparticipating in center and program development meetings.
Establish and Maintain positive liaison withparents by :
Observing thatinformation of child’s daily progress is being done and ina
Monitor and Maintain a safe environmentby :
Responsible for collaboratingwith staff regarding daily preparation of
playroom and playground as well as organizing the cleaningof the center as necessary, following the procedures for sanitarypractices.
Establish and Maintainpublic relations by :
Acting as aresource person to College personnel and the community atlarge.
This position involves a wide range of duties andresponsibilities that require planning in advance, on-goingattention to maintain safety and well-being of the children, aswell as refined communication and problem-solving skills.
The complexity and diversity of this positionis best illustrated by the following list of duties andresponsibilities all of which may occur simultaneously or withinany ten minute period.
Supervisinga children’s playroom, implementing a language activity witha
small group of children,redirecting a child’s inappropriate behavior, modeling
these techniques for student teachers,observing and evaluating the
student’s interactions with children, applying first aidtreatment and notifying
the parentsof the injury depending on its severity.
Situations inthis position requiring decision-making are generally covered bystandardized guidelines, policies and procedures.
Decisions aremade, however, on special problems or issues on a regular basiswhen some judgment would be required.
Eg. The staff would be responsible for identifying astudent teacher in difficulty,
documenting and ascertaining areas of performance deficitbased on
outlined requirements,providing feedback to the student and developing
strategies (based on appropriate teachingtechniques) to enable the
studentto achieve success or reassess career goals. The staff wouldbe
responsible to inform the centersupervisor, and / or the College faculty
member of the situation and make recommendations forfurther action.
Staff isresponsible for determining the developmental level of each childin the program (based on knowledge of normal child development),and selecting and implementing the appropriate teaching strategiesand techniques to enhance growth.
In the case where development isdelayed, the staff would be responsible for initiating action tobegin the process of consultation with the family and otherprofessionals, and then adapt the program to incorporate theirrecommendations.
There are aspects of theposition that require fine motor movement (delicate, intricate orprecise)
Report Writing - used for children’sdevelopmental records, student
teacher programplans, log books and evaluations. Legibility and some speed isrequired.
Assisting children in completing tasksof daily living (eating, toileting,
dressing andin using learning materials such as scissors, pencils,lego,
Knowledgeble and comfortable with PC.
This is aphysically demanding position as it requires constant activemovement from standing position to squatting or sitting on thefloor or child sized chairs, as it is necessary to be at thechild’s level and then move quickly to other areas of the classroomas needed.
Lifting and moving of furniture is also required toadapt the room set-up throughout the day. Physical strength is alsorequired as there may be children up to 50 pounds who requirelifting for diapering or other special needs.
Asignificant level of concentration and careful observation (visualand auditory) is required to maintain constant awareness of allareas of the environment to ensure the safety and well-being of thechildren.
This is often made more difficult by the high noise leveland variety of demands made on the staff while remainingever-vigil.
Strain from WorkPressures / Demands / Deadlines
Jobduties involve work pressures as a result of the constant demandsmade by the varied client groups (children, families and studentteachers).
The staff is regularly required to assess theever-changing needs of the clients and adapt the program asnecessary. Crisis and difficult situations occur daily (families inturmoil, children’s behavior issues and struggling studentteachers) which require staff skill, sensitivity anddiscretion.
Workload (to meetestablished deadlines) though predictable, requires prioritizingwithin a limited and mostly inflexible time frame.
Work is performed in accordance with established programroutines, schedules and plans developed co-operatively in bothformal and informal team meetings.
Instructions would be given bythe center supervisor on any changes to the established programsand routines.
Operating legislationand guidelines for Ontario Child Care facilities are outlined inthe Day Nurseries Act’, a technical government document.
Specificguidelines for dealing with particular situations are described inour own Policies and Procedures Manual.
The staff is responsible on a regular basis to ensureappropriate actions and teaching strategies are used to maintainthe safety and well-being of the children.
Creativity is requireddaily to implement a stimulating educational experience for bothchildren and student teachers. Occasional initiative would berequired in response to unusual or difficult situations whereimmediate action is required.
Asthe staff has direct responsibility for the well-being of childrenand influence on other internal and external clients, any neglectin carrying out the position duties could have repercussionsranging from severe injury or death of a child to loss of prestigeand / or fee revenue.
Written reportsare usually submitted to the supervisor for review and returned tothe staff with constructive comments. Errors in judgment, style ofprogram delivery and specific interactions with client groups wouldonly be detected if observed by others and reported or ifnoticeable repercussions as noted above resulted.
Staff is required to work outside during the outdoorplay period every day in all weather except extreme cold and rainstorms.
Staff will be exposed tochildhood illness and disease that are prevalent in childcarecenters.
Staff will be exposed tounpleasant odors relating to children’s toileting routine andcleaning up when children are sick.
AngelicTreasures has been in operation since 2003 and have served familiesfor a long time. We are committed to excellence when dealingwith families and take our work seriously.
we are serving adelicate age group that requires all of our attention.
Christian education is a key component to ourprogram. The successful candidate will be healthy and energetic andphysically fit to work with this age group.
There is alot ofgetting up and down and lifting of children for diaperingetc. Supporting infants in practical life and encouragingself help skills is a strongrequirement.