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Work at Centre for Diverse Learners

Building Safer Communities Program Facilitator

Job Description: Facilitators in the Building Safer Communities program will facilitate a social skills program to promote the development of social skills, building healthy relationships and promote self-esteem and self-advocacy in an effort to reduce gang and gun violence within the Halton community. The Facilitator incorporates strategies in accordance with Universal Design for Learning to support learners of all abilities. As part of this expectation, Facilitators are the primary contact with their students and their parents/guardians. Facilitators provide a final report of learning to the parents/guardians of their students. 

Compensation:

  • $25-27.50 per hour 

Qualifications:

Preferred candidates for the position include individuals who have earned or are in the process of completing a post-secondary degree in Social Work (RSW), Child and a Youth Care Practitioner (CYCP) or Social Service Worker. Qualifications from similar education or social service post-secondary programs may be acceptable, depending on experience: 

  • Vulnerable Sector Check within the last 12 months. 
  • Prior experience working with individuals with learning differences and/or children, teens and young adults. 
  • Previous experience facilitation online or in-person programs. 
  • Reliable transportation to and from the program site and/or access to reliable and secure high-speed internet access, a personal computer (laptop or desktop), a microphone, speakers, and a webcam. Headphones are recommended. 
  • Registration with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers is an asset, but not required. Post-secondary education is required. 
  • Previous experience managing a group of people, such as volunteers, is an asset, but not required. 
  • Previous experience facilitating social skills learning and/or providing therapies. 
  • Previous experience with Individualized Education Plans (IEP) is an asset, but not required.   

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    In-Person Math Educator

    Job Description: Educators in Mastering Mathematics develop numeracy programming to groups of 2-4 children with an emphasis on number sense and operations. They employ multi-sensory teaching and learning strategies in accordance with Universal Design for Learning and best teaching practice. As part of this expectation, Educators participate in standardized diagnostic and summative assessment practices, while also designing their own summative assessments to track student progress. Educators provide a final report of learning to the parents/guardians of their students. 

    Compensation:

    • Ontario Certified Teachers receive $975 for the 10-week program for each section.
    • Non-Ontario Certified Teachers receive $825 for the 10-week program for each section.

    Note: A section refers to 10 weeks of time, 8 weeks will involve programming 3 hours of work per week, 2 hours of instruction and 1 hour of preparation time, the initial week is for training and preparation and the final week is for report writing and make-up sessions due to any tutor absences. 

    Qualifications: Eligible candidates for the position include individuals who have earned a post-secondary degree or are currently earning a degree and have:

    • Passed a Vulnerable Sector Check within the last 12 months
    • Completion of Annual Plan to Protect Training (provided)
    • Previous experience working with individuals with learning differences and/or children
    • Previous experience facilitating online or in-person programs
    • Reliable transportation to and from the program site if working in-person or access to quiet and confidential workspace, reliable and secure high-speed internet access, a personal computer (laptop or desktop), a microphone, speakers, and a webcam. Headphones are recommended.
    • Bachelor of Education is an asset, but not required. Post-secondary education is required 

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    In-Person Literacy Educator

    Job Description: The Educator in the Leaps in Literacy program is responsible for assisting with teaching, safety, supervision, and evaluation, and reporting of the program. The Educator works with groups of 2-4 students either in-person or online via Microsoft Teams and may have the support of a volunteer. During this time, the educator will select and implement appropriate activities that build each child’s literacy skills based on what they need the most support with. This can include decoding words, segmenting sounds, practicing letter formation, learning spelling patterns, and more. They will also undertake administrative duties, such as communicating with parents, ensuring data is collected, and reporting is completed in a timely manner.

    Compensation:

    • Ontario Certified Teachers receive $975 for the 10-week program for each section. 
    • Non-Ontario Certified Teachers receive $825 for the 10-week program for each section. 

    Note: A section refers to 10 weeks of time, 8 weeks will involve programming 3 hours of work per week, 2 hours of instruction and 1 hour of preparation time, the initial week is for training and preparation and the final week is for report writing and make-up sessions due to any tutor absences. 

    Qualifications: Eligible candidates for the Educator, Leaps in Literacy position include individuals who have earned a post-secondary degree or are currently earning a degree and have: 

    • Passed a Vulnerable Sector Check within the last 12 months 
    • Requirement to complete Annual Plan to Protect Training (provided) 
    • Previous experience working with individuals with learning disabilities and/or children 
    • Previous experience facilitation online or in-person programs 
    • Reliable transportation to and from the program site and/or access to reliable and secure high-speed internet access, a personal computer (laptop or desktop), a microphone, speakers, and a webcam. Headphones are recommended. 
    • Bachelor of Education is an asset, but not required 

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