ASCC Coordinator & ECE/Support Worker (Full Time)

Company

Friendship House Association of Prince Rupert

Description

Job Postings: Friendship House

Aboriginal Supported Child Care Coordinator &
ECE/Support Worker

Term: 1 Full time & 1 Part time position

The ASCD Coordinator & ECE/Support worker positions will collaboratively work collaboratively with the
ASCD Consultant and AECD team. This position involves working primarily in the ASCD Program , and in
the AECD programs of the Friendship House: KIDS Daycare, ASCD, Preschool.

The Friendship House ASCD Program is an inclusive program that supports children, and their families.

Responsibilities:
-Directly supervise and care for children ages, 0-11 years and youth; and in addition work in daycare ages 30months
to 5 years as required; within licensing requirements.
-To read, understand and follow all Friendship House, and Child Care Community Living Facility Licensing and legal
requirements, including Infant Toddler, Daycare Multi Age curriculum standards; ASCD Special Needs curriculum
-To facilitate the planning and implementations of a consistent child development, create care plans, work with
professionals for speech & language, occupational therapists, consultants, child care workers, and families for the
needs of the child
-To maintain and complete administrative tasks in an accurate manner and within prescribed timelines, including (but
not limited to) staff scheduling, incident reports, files, inventory, supply ordering
-To coordinate events, activities, workshops for childhood educators, activities and curriculum for children and to
support families
-To establish and maintain positive daily communication and interaction with families, providing quality client service
and building meaningful relationships
-To develop and maintain positive working relationships with staff, volunteers and key community stakeholders
-To work with centre staff and volunteers to maintain a well-organized, safe and clean environment, including all
activity and program areas, common spaces and washrooms
-To set an example for professional appearance and conduct and maintain those standards among the staff team
-To interact directly with the children, providing quality care and creative program.
-To maintain confidentiality of all information related to the centre, the children, their families, and staff
-To attend uphold Friendship House as a whole in its entirety in a positive and respectful manner; and according to
Friendship House Mission Statement
-Identify and work with existing agencies who are working in the field
-Develop & implement ASCD programming, space and equipment with KIDS Daycare, Preschool, AECD Department,
support teams and community organizations
-Knowledge of Community & Cultural Traditions
-Attend applicable workshops, and continue with training
-Parent literacy support
-Outreach to support clients in outlying communities
-administrative duties: registration, ECE files, knowledge of licensing regulations, ECEBC code of ethics, & policies.
Knowledge of Friendship House practices & movement., budgeting, reporting, statistics, knowledge of ASCD
Program, Policies and Procedures
Qualifications:
-Early Childhood Educator License to Practice required; Infant & Toddler and/or Special Needs certification
required; and/or ECE Diploma or some courses taken in Infant & Toddler with intention of completion in
timely manner
-Infant/Toddler, Special Needs Educator License to Practice Required; and or in the process of completing,
and/or Social Work Diploma or Degree
-High level of organizational and client service skills
-Punctuality, & attendance crucial to successful work in this position
-Diplomas, certificates or other evidence of training related to child growth/development, an asset
-Experience working with children in a child care setting
-Current First-Aid Certificate
-Successful CRC required; and medical clearance
-Must have historical connection & knowledge of local First Nation’s People and Community
-Ability to maintain a healthy working relationship with clients, co-workers, community
-Leadership training an asset.
-Working with knowledge of Windows, MS Office, Excel an asset

How to Apply

Submit Resume with cover letter with 3 local references to:

Friendship House Association of Prince Rupert 744
Fraser Street, Prince Rupert BC V8J 1P9, in person;
Or email to reception@friendshiphouse.ca

Attn: Executive Director

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