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Job Title Supervisor, River Road Childcare Centre
Job ID 7610
Job Category Supervisor
Job Description About Us

St.Amant is a non-profit organization, offering programs & services throughout Manitoba which support over 1600 children and adults with developmental disabilities and autism, and their families. We are committed to delivering person and family centered supports through individualized programs and services. St.Amant is guided by its core values of Collaboration, Hospitality, Excellence and Respect.

St.Amant welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Visit St.Amant online at www.stamant.ca

We are a program inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach and practice Circle of Security® as a relationship based early intervention. We are fortunate to have large outdoor green space with a forest that we use regularly. We follow the MCCA salary scale. As part of a large organization there are many professional opportunities available. The supervisor is also responsible for communicating information to families and for assisting staff to carry out projects which have been approved by St.Amant.

Position Description:

The Supervisor, River Road Child Care is responsible for the overall care and well-being of the children in accordance to the Manitoba Child Day Care Standards Act.

The Supervisor, River Road Child Care supervises and provides leadership to the Early Childhood Educators and the Child Care Assistants by developing and monitoring a system of procedures designed to ensure all job functions are performed. The position involves direct interactions with the children and acts a resource for the team as they support the children in following through with their program planning.

The Supervisor, River Road Child Care will be immediately responsible to the Coordinator and will be responsible for the Centre in the absence of the Coordinator.
St.Amant values and promotes volunteerism in the workplace. Volunteers bring optimism and enthusiasm, create positive energy, share diverse perspectives and are an integral part of the work we do. As such and in keeping with the values of our organization, the incumbent to this role is encouraged to actively support, train, mentor, collaborate and invest in volunteer initiatives.

Program/Service Support

Consistent with the Mission, Philosophy, Policies and procedures of St.Amant, the Supervisor is responsible for assisting with the provision of River Road Child Care. Priority is given to developing, implementing and providing to support the team to create inclusive programming for all children’s development needs and ensures their overall well-being. Quality services are evident when professional communication, timeliness, accuracy, ethical awareness / sensitivity, confidentiality are consistently demonstrated as required by legislation and program/service standards.

-Facilitates the regular provision of children’s daily programming experiences
-Facilitates regular reviews of the daily programs that will stimulate the development of the children’s cognitive, physical, social and emotional growth
-Leads the process of effective individualized programming in consultation with the appropriate outside agencies or professionals with the knowledge and support of the coordinator, ensuring that standards related to individual reviews, objectives, data and individual/group schedules are met
-Takes a major role in programming in regards to observing. Documenting planning, developing, and monitoring (fieldtrips, organizing supporting, evaluating, motivating)
-Ensures programming is anti-bias curriculum, inclusive of children with additional support needs, medical supports and allergies as well as being congruent with established policies and procedures
-Ensures daily programs stimulate the development of the children’s cognitive, physical, social and emotional growth.
-Ensures the health and safety are considered at all times – cleanliness of rooms and hallways. Guides the team in developing plans for indoor and outdoor space usage
-Assists teams by directly supporting during times of crisis or understaffing
-Adheres to and promotes compliance with the policies of the Centre and the requirements of the Manitoba Child Day Care Standards Act and licensing requirements
-Facilitates appropriate behaviour management and guidance techniques according to River Road Child Care policies. Examples include:
o positive reinforcement / redirection
o positive language
o Circle of Security
-Actively pursues knowledge and development in early education and “Best Practices” through attending assigned workshops and seminars
Eligible Candidates Qualifications:

Educational:

-Diploma in Early Childhood Education
-Meet the requirements under the Manitoba Early Learning and Child Care Program as E.C.E. II or III
-Current Emergency First Aid Certificate and CPR certificate as prescribed by the Manitoba Child Day Care Standards Act
-Current Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Check

Personal:

-Ability to work with minimal supervision as well as a collaborative team player in a team environment
-Ability to organize and prioritize work in a fast-paced environment
-Ability to generate ideas to improve work procedures and contribute to an environment that fosters growth, development and innovation
-Superb interpersonal ability to establish and maintain positive and productive working relationships with humility and self-awareness
-Ability and willingness to give and receive honest, balanced feedback
-Demonstrates competence and character that inspires trust
-Acts with integrity and respect in all interactions
-Values and commitment to continuous self-growth and professional learning
-Demonstrated ability to assume a leadership role and to organize, direct and delegate effectively within a unionized working environment. This involves the ability to:
o Anticipate issues/concerns and develop pro-active strategies to minimize their impacts
o Establish and maintain effective working relationships within an interdisciplinary team model
o Serve as a model regarding cooperative teamwork, conflict resolution and process improvement
o Conceptualize and implement innovative/creative responses to individual needs within available resources
-Confident, assertive, credible, accountable and compassionate
-Self-motivated and possessing excellent organizational and communication skills (written and oral)
-Able to participate fully in the overall care of individuals according to accepted practice (e.g. transfers, lifting, and non-violent crisis intervention, Circle of security, attachment theory)
-Able to manage and direct multiple use facilities
-Physical ability to use low chairs and to lift, transfer, feed and toilet children
-Physically able to wash and disinfect toys and move small furniture and child care equipment

The above information is intended to describe the general nature of this position and is not considered to be a complete statement of duties and responsibilities. Additional duties and responsibilities may be assigned provided they are consistent with the qualifications identified and fall within the parameters of this role.

St.Amant is a bilingual organization. Proficiency in both official languages (French/English) would be considered an asset.

As a condition of employment, successful candidates will be required to provide a satisfactory criminal record check, adult abuse registry check, and a child abuse registry check.

St.Amant welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Area of the City/Province 440 River Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Application Deadline August 6, 2021
Contact Information Interested applicants can send their resume to shudson@stamant.ca
Job Title Site Supervisor, School Age Child Care
Job ID 7827
Job Category Supervisor
Job Description JOIN OUR TEAM at the YMCA-YWCA of Winnipeg!

Site Supervisor, School Age Child Care

Part Time – 25 hours per week

West St. Paul After School Program, 3740 Main Street, West St. Paul, MB

At the Y, we’ve never met a kid whose potential we couldn’t see. With 35+ child-care centres in and around Winnipeg, we’re able to help 1,900 kids grow in mind, spirit and body each year. To make a difference in a child’s life, keep reading!

Why work at the Y?
• Great people and great work environment!
• Many opportunities for growth and advancement!
• We pay most of your benefit premiums
• Complimentary individual Y membership
• 5% employer-matching pension plan

Are you the right fit?
• Able to supervise, lead and support a staff team
• Able to develop, lead and implement programs which meet children’s needs
• Able to build positive relationships with children and families
• Able to monitor and apply ELCC and the Y’s standards and requirements
• Honest, trustworthy, and respectful in your approach with children
Eligible Candidates What else do you need?
• Manitoba Early Childhood Educator Level 2 or 3 or CCA in Training may be considered
• Experience supervising staff
• Proven leadership and conflict resolution skills
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills
• Ability to perform administration duties and complete written documentation
• Emergency First Aid and CPR C certification
• Clear Police Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Search and Child Abuse Registry Check
Area of the City/Province West St. Paul, MB
Application Deadline August 13, 2021
Contact Information Submit your cover letter and resume by August 13, 2021 to: childcarejobs@ymanitoba.ca


The YMCA-YWCA of Winnipeg is committed to providing a safe environment for children and vulnerable individuals. All applicants will be thoroughly screened through a review process including Police Record Checks with Vulnerable Sector Search and Child Abuse Registry Checks.

We thank you for your interest; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Job Title Playroom Supervisor
Job ID 7821
Job Category Supervisor
Job Description Wolseley Family Place Playroom is seeking an experienced ECEII for a supervisory position within our licensed multi-aged nursery school. The Playroom offers occasional care for 18 children from infant to school-age on a drop-in basis. The successful candidate must be a positive and caring individual with strong leadership, problem-solving and mentoring skills. We are looking for an individual who works well in a team setting and can help promote and foster the goals and philosophy of our child-centered, play and attachment based centre. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to use their skills in program development and implementation, staff mentorship, administrative tasks and human resource management.

The Playroom is part of Wolseley Family Place, a non-profit family resource centre in the West Broadway area. We provide a stimulating and fun environment to encourage/enhance development in children while their parents are participating in other programming. We work with caregivers to empower them in their parenting and facilitate attachment.

Start date: September 7, 2021
Salary: $18.50-$20/hour, dependent on qualifications
Hours: 22.5 hours a week to start, permanent FT after successful completion of 3-month probation (operating hours between Monday- Friday 8:30-4:30)
Benefits: Group disability, life insurance, pension, EAP, health and dental package
Vacation: 3 weeks
Eligible Candidates The ideal candidate will have:

• ECEII classification issued by Manitoba Early Learning and Child Care
• Current First Aid and CPR (level "C") certificate
• Minimum of three years of experience working in a licensed childcare facility
• Supervisory skills and experience and be able to support a team of 3-4 staff
• Experience working with infant and preschool aged children
• Strong knowledge of emergent curriculum and child development; able to educate staff about fundamental practices
• Experience in developing and implementing early childhood curriculum and day-to-day activity plans
• Knowledge of Best Practices and Licensing Regulations
• Strong oral and written communication skills; ability to engage and respond to family/children's needs and/or concerns; ability to provide written reports and documentation
• Professional leadership style: lead by example, ability to coach, to make and follow through on decisions, give direction, resolve conflict, give and receive feedback
• Collaborative approach – comfortable working as part of an interdisciplinary team
• Cultural competence – experience working respectfully with diverse populations
• A strengths-based, non-judgmental approach to supporting families
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and Outlook. Working knowledge of technology tools and web based programs

The successful candidate will be subject to a Criminal Record Check and a Child Abuse Registry Check.
Area of the City/Province West Broadway
Application Deadline August 6, 2021
Contact Information Wolseley Family Place
202-222 Furby Street
Winnipeg, MB
R3C 2A7

Please email a cover letter and resume to Nadine MacKenzie at playroom@wfpwpg.ca.

Wolseley Family Place strives to employ a staff team that is inclusive and reflective of the population that we serve. We welcome applications from Indigenous and newcomer applicants, and encourage (but do not require) you to self-identify in your application.

We thank you for your interest; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.