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Work as part of a collaborative team to provide quality, caring, and supportive childcare programming to young children in a group setting.
On behalf of our client Society of Saint Vincent de Paul of Vancouver Island we have a rewarding opportunity for a new Early Childhood Educator – Infant Toddler (ECE-IT) to join their Mary’s Place Childcare team in Victoria, BC. Reporting to the Mary’s Place Program Manager, the ECE-IT will work as part of a collaborative team to provide quality, caring, and supportive childcare programming to young children in a group setting.
Have you been looking for an ideal role that will allow you to make a meaningful contribution in the day-to-day lives of young children, their families, and the community? Are you an enthusiastic personality who enjoys working with children and providing a fun, safe and educational environment for them to learn? If this sounds like you, then this position may be the perfect opportunity for you to continue the development of your skills and techniques in early child development while truly making a difference working with this incredible organization!
To learn more about this role and what your day may hold, be sure to review the full Job Description.
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul offers:
- Competitive salary of $29.16 – $31.26/hour commensurate with your experience and reviewed annually (includes the additional $4.00 ECE wage enhancement)
- Group Insurance, including a medical and dental benefit plan
- Pension plan
- Support for continuing professional development
- 14 statutory holidays including Easter Monday, Christmas Eve, and Boxing Day
- A socially responsible and inclusive culture in a successful community enterprise
Our ideal Early Childcare Educator- Infant Toddler brings the following:
- Diploma in Early Childhood Education- Infant Toddler required
- Current BC License to Practice, required
- A minimum of 1 year of recent relevant experience working in an Early Childhood Centre with specialized knowledge in programs for infants and toddlers
- First Aid Certification – Standard CPR, required
- Experience working with children with cognitive and physical disabilities and the community supports an asset
- General office management skills an asset
These Skills and Abilities will help you thrive:
- Understanding of The Community Care Facilities Branch licensing requirements
- Knowledge of the issues that affect children and their families
- Demonstrated adherence to the ECE BC Code of Ethics
- Ability to remain calm in difficult situations
- Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills with children, parents, caregivers and community members
- Accountable with an ability to work effectively in collaboration with others
- A criminal record check including a Ministry of Justice Vulnerable Sector Clearance Letter is required prior to hiring.
About Society of Saint Vincent de Paul:
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul of Vancouver Island has been supporting people in need on Vancouver Island since 1916. Focused on impacting the lives of people affected by poverty, the Society offers emergency relief services while maintaining a focus and commitment to addressing the root causes that contribute to poverty in our communities. Through a variety of programs, the Society provides support through affordable housing, a food pantry, home visit program, day program for persons with developmental disabilities and thrift stores providing clothing and household items to those in need, to name a few.
Society St. Vincent de Paul is committed to cultivating an inclusive, fair, equitable and diverse culture. They welcome applicants of all race, ethnicity, gender, orientation, gender identity, economic class, ability, disability, age, religious beliefs or disbeliefs, or status. They believe that diverse perspectives and backgrounds are what make us better, and they look forward to welcoming your unique strengths to their team.
How to Apply:
If this opportunity sounds like a good fit for you, we encourage you to view the Job Description and forward your resume that clearly outlines how your skills and experience meet the requirements of this role to TallSky Consulting.
TallSky is committed to supporting our clients in building inclusive cultures that embrace differences. Our approach reflects professional employment equity practices, and we believe in celebrating each candidate’s uniqueness. Diverse teams learn how to communicate respectfully, deliver more innovative solutions, and are better positioned for long-term success.
This position will remain open until it is filled. We thank all applicants; however, after initial acknowledgement, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
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