Spring Break Camp Leader - Playground Leader 2

From CivicInfo BC - February 1, 2018

Spring Break Camp Leader - Playground Leader 2

Competition #1759

Spring Break Camp Leaders are required for various camps including programs for school-aged children.

Candidates must be able to prepare and lead a wide variety of programs and activities including sports, arts and crafts, games, and out trips. They are responsible for creating detailed lesson plans and camp itineraries, working within a camp budget and making program bookings. Candidates must have strong organizational, supervisory and interpersonal skills, the ability to implement policies and procedures, as well as to supervise and mentor other day camp leaders and volunteers. They must be able to work effectively with children, and work closely and cooperatively with parents and facility staff, while providing safe, quality camp programs.

Spring Break Camp sessions run between March 19 and 29, 2018. Leaders are expected to be available on weekdays for the entire session. Hours of work will vary according to placement and registration numbers. This is a unionized position with varying shifts and hours from 4 hours per day up to 40 hours per week. The hourly rate is $22.41 plus 12% in lieu of benefits. Applicants who apply will also be considered for Playground Leader I positions.

Please note:Preference will be given to candidates with previous camp experience and a minimum of 2 years working in a leadership role with children in a variety of settings such as arts and crafts, dance, sports and ESL. Successful candidates must have current Standard First Aid, CPR Level C and High Five certificates.

High Five certification can be obtained by taking an eight hour course through North Vancouver Recreation and Culture.

Please submit your cover letter and resume online only to by February 12, 2018. Quote Competition #1759.

We thank you for your interest in employment with North Vancouver Recreation & Culture and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


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