City of Thunder Bay

  • Program Coordinator Junior Inclusion Services

    Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(12/21/2018 5:00 PM)
    Competition Number
    REC-02-19
    Department
    Community Services
    Posting Category
    Open
    Division
    Recreation & Culture
    Job Type
    Part-Time
    Number of Positions
    Several
    Affiliation
    Non-Affiliated
    Location
    CA-ON-Thunder Bay
    Min
    CAD $17.64/Hr.
    Max
    CAD $18.75/Hr.
    Pay Band
    5
    Post End Date
    2/28/2019
    Effective Date
    5/2/2008
    Supersedes Date
    1/8/2001
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    General Information:

     

    As an equal opportunity employer, the City of Thunder Bay encourages applications from Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, members of visible minority groups and women.

     

    ONTARIO HUMAN RIGHTS CODE:  It is a contravention of the Human Rights Code of Ontario to discriminate on the basis of: race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, disability, age, record of offences, gender identity or gender expression.  Therefore, a resume submitted to the City must not include references to any of the above characteristics.  Do not include: 

    • Photos
    • Any certificates that have photo identification
    • Driver’s licences
    • Police records checks

    Note: The above documentation will be requested by the Human Resources & Corporate Safety Division should you be the successful applicant.  If a Criminal Record Check is required it will be requested by Human Resources should you be the successful applicant.  Please do not submit your Criminal Record Check with your application.

     

    ACCOMMODATION:  Reasonable accommodations are available upon request for all parts of the recruitment process.

     

    Application forms must reference the competition number and be submitted to Human Resources.

     

    Availability:

     

    Summer 2019!

     

    Tentative start date is May 15, 2019.

     

    Work week will (typically) be Monday-Friday, 35-40 hours a week. With some evening and weekend.

     

     

    Job Description

    POSITION SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Program Supervisor Children, Youth & Junior Inclusion Services, is responsible for the planning, implementation and the ongoing evaluation of the Junior Inclusion Services program, ensuring that the appropriate inclusive activities for children and youth with disabilities (ages 3 to 18) are provided. Provides appropriate assistance to support the staff and participants of Recreation & Culture programs in the inclusion of children and youth with disabilities.

     

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Supervises, orients, and evaluates Junior Inclusion Services facilitators, program staff and volunteers in the philosophy and implementation of inclusive programming, support strategies, disability awareness adaptions to planning etc..
    2. Participates in the selection of staff as required.
    3. Plans and conducts staff and volunteer training. Conducts home/site visits with the Junior Inclusion Services Facilitator, participants, and family members. Assess participant needs, meets the participant, processes paperwork and makes any program/support plans.
    4. Arranges participant schedules and supports with participants, families, and staff.
    5. Works in collaboration with divisional staff (Program Coordinator and Leaders) to orient them to the service and to act as a resource to develop a team approach to the delivery of the service.
    6. Assists with the promotion, recruitment, and coordination of volunteer supports.
    7. Responsible for assisting in the promotion, awareness and advertising of the program to the community, service agencies, and Division staff.
    8. Prepares and updates program and staff manuals; prepares resource materials for all programs.
    9. Develops and implements safety procedures and ensures standards are met in all aspects of the program.
    10. Attends program special events that participants are attending.
    11. Provides on-site staff supervision.
    12. Maintains participant documentation, updates records and completes all other paperwork duties as required, while maintain participant confidentiality.
    13. Provides direct support as required such as lifting, transfers, toileting, changing, etc.
    14. Performs such other related duties as may be assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

     

    Education/Experience

    • Secondary school graduation
    • Two years recent experience in community recreation programming and administration
    • Two years experience working with children with disabilities in an inclusive setting
    • Experience supervising staff
    • Volunteer management experience
    • Proven leadership experience in developing training, especially as it relates to including children with disabilities into recreational programming

    Skills/Abilities:

    • Ability to communicate effectively and concisely, both orally and in writing
    • Self-starter with proven organizational skills
    • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team
    • Ability to work in a diverse and dynamic environment
    • Independent judgment when dealing with confidential or sensitive issues
    • Must possess and maintain a valid Class “G” Ontario Drivers Licence, or equivalent
    • Must meet the definition of a competent driver as defined by the Corporation
    • Understanding of and belief in the concept of inclusion as it relates to children with disabilities in Recreation & Culture programs and an ability to clearly communicate this concept

    Assets:

    • Bronze cross
    • Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training (NVCI)
    • Experience working in a camp setting.

    CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:

    • Valid Standard First Aid, Level C CPR
    • Must remain a competent driver as defined by the Corporation
    • May be required to provide a successful driver’s record (uncertified)
    • Will be required to travel to various work locations and provide own transportation
    • Must undergo a successful Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC)
    • Must have completed, or be eligible to complete HIGH FIVE Principles of Healthy Childhood Development course

    TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:

    • September – June or May-September
    • Will be required to work irregular hours and weekends
    • Must be available for overnight sleep-outs as schedule by summer camps
    • Other irregular hours as required on a project management basis

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