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Wolseley Family Place Job Opportunity: Summer Community Co-ordinator

Wolseley Family Place is a multi-service family resource centre providing support, enhancing education, and fostering community. We work together to strengthen children and families on the challenging journey of living and growing. The employee will work as part of a collaborative team to help create a welcoming and supportive environment for individuals and families with children (0-6).

Start Date: ASAP
Hours: 35 hours/week, Monday to Friday 9:00-4:00, TERM
Wage: $14.00/hour plus 4% vacation

Roles and Responsibilities:
• Welcome families and individuals to the centre; explain who we are and what we do
• Connect participants with programming and services within Wolseley Family Place and other local agencies
• Assist with the planning and coordination of parent-child outdoor programming
• Create online content and program promotion on social media
• Receive and sort donations and oversee Wolseley Family Place’s Clothing Depot
• Maintain a safe and healthy environment, in accordance with Public Health guidelines
• Assist with promotion and outreach activities
• Participate in centrewide special events like outings and team-building days
• Administrative tasks such as: data collection and compilation, documentation and written reports of programming; use of email, phone, Microsoft Word and Excel
• Use online meeting platforms and file sharing
• Work cooperatively and respectfully as a member of the interdisciplinary WFP team
• Communicate effectively within the WFP team

Qualifications:
• Excellent interpersonal skills and a respectful and inclusive approach to working with community members
• Be skilled in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and Outlook. Familiarity with social media and graphic design tools an asset. Working knowledge of technology tools and web based programs.
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Ability to speak English required, additional languages an asset
• Strong organizational and time management skills, punctuality a requirement
• Ability to be flexible and adaptable to changing circumstances
• Experience working with children and families from diverse backgrounds an asset
• Satisfactory criminal record and child abuse registry check – cost will be reimbursed for successful applicant
The Government of Canada funds this job through the Canada Summer Jobs program. To qualify, you must be between 15-30 years of age (inclusive), and legally entitled to work in Canada.

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 applicants to self-identify.

Contact Information:
Wolseley Family Place
202-222 Furby Street
Winnipeg, MB
R3C 2A7

Please email a cover letter and resume to Emma Fineblit at executivedirector@wfpwpg.ca.
We thank you for your interest; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Application deadline: May 25, 2022, or until filled

 

Wolseley Family Place Job Opportunity: Summer Community Co-ordinator

Wolseley Family Place is a multi-service family resource centre providing support, enhancing education, and fostering community. We work together to strengthen children and families on the challenging journey of living and growing. The employee will work as part of a collaborative team to help create a welcoming and supportive environment for individuals and families with children (0-6).


Start Date: ASAP
Hours: 35 hours/week, Monday to Friday 9:00-4:00, TERM
Wage: $14.00/hour plus 4% vacation


Roles and Responsibilities:
• Welcome families and individuals to the centre; explain who we are and what we do
• Connect participants with programming and services within Wolseley Family Place and other local agencies
• Assist with the planning and coordination of parent-child outdoor programming
• Create online content and program promotion on social media
• Receive and sort donations and oversee Wolseley Family Place’s Clothing Depot
• Maintain a safe and healthy environment, in accordance with Public Health guidelines
• Assist with promotion and outreach activities
• Participate in centre-wide special events like outings and team-building days
• Administrative tasks such as: data collection and compilation, documentation and written reports of programming; use of email, phone, Microsoft Word and Excel
• Use online meeting platforms and file sharing
• Work cooperatively and respectfully as a member of the interdisciplinary WFP team
• Communicate effectively within the WFP team


Qualifications:
• Excellent interpersonal skills and a respectful and inclusive approach to working with community members
• Be skilled in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and Outlook. Familiarity with social media and graphic design tools an asset. Working knowledge of technology tools and web-based programs.
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Ability to speak English required, additional languages an asset
• Strong organizational and time management skills, punctuality a requirement
• Ability to be flexible and adaptable to changing circumstances
• Experience working with children and families from diverse backgrounds an asset
• Satisfactory criminal record and child abuse registry check – cost will be reimbursed for successful applicant
The Government of Canada funds this job through the Canada Summer Jobs program. To qualify, you must be between 15-30 years of age (inclusive), and legally entitled to work in Canada.
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 applicants to self-identify.

Contact Information:
Wolseley Family Place
202-222 Furby Street
Winnipeg, MB
R3C 2A7


Please email a cover letter and resume to Emma Fineblit at executivedirector@wfpwpg.ca.
We thank you for your interest; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Application deadline: May 25, 2022, or until filled

 

Wolseley Family Place Job Opportunity: Child Care Assistant

Wolseley Family Place (WFP) is a multi-service family resource centre providing support, enhancing education, and fostering community. We work together to strengthen children and families on the challenging journey of living and growing. The Playroom is a licensed multi-aged nursery school located within WFP. We provide a stimulating and fun environment to encourage/enhance development in children while their parents are participating in other programming.


We are looking to hire a summer Child Care Assistant. The successful applicant will work under the supervision of trained Early Childhood Educators and will participate in activities onsite and offsite/outdoors. They will have the opportunity to develop their skills in early childhood education within a unique program.


Start Date: June 27, 2022
Hours: 35 hours/week 900-400, Monday to Friday, TERM
Hourly Wage Rate: $12.75/hour plus 4% vacation

Roles and Responsibilities:
• Provide infant, preschool and school-aged children with a fun learning environment through both spontaneous and planned play experiences
• Organize and maintain a clean and safe environment
• Be aware of the safety of each child
• Foster positive self-awareness and a sense of belonging
• Work with children to solve conflicts using problem solving strategies
• Model positive and respectful adult-child interactions
• Maintain positive communication with parents
• Work cooperatively and respectfully as a member of the interdisciplinary WFP team
• Communicate effectively within the Playroom team


Qualifications:
• Comfortable with messy, muddy play
• Ready to enjoy the outdoors with children and families in all weather
• Ability to speak English required, additional languages an asset
• Flexible and adaptable to changing circumstances
• Willingness to work with children and families from diverse backgrounds
• Classification as a Child Care Assistant from ELCC
• Clear criminal record and child abuse registry check – cost will be reimbursed for successful applicant
• Emergency First Aid and CPR
The Government of Canada funds this job through the Canada Summer Jobs program. To qualify, you must be between 18-30 years of age (inclusive), and legally entitled to work in Canada.


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 applicants to self-identify.


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


Application deadline: May 27, 2022