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Source: LocalWorkBC.ca Listed: Wednesday 06 February, 2019
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WeWaiKai Nation 
Manager 
We Wai Kai Nation Employment Opportunity Manager for NEW childcare center The WeWaiKai Nation is seeking a full-time manager to provide oversight and management services to the NEW Childcare facilities and operations. The facility will house the following elements: Headstart program Special Ed programing (outreach) Infant to toddler programing Childcare programing (after school) As the manager you will be responsible for oversight of the above noted programs, in addition to the following action plan: Soft Opening items for March 2019: Head Start Pre-School Program moves into the new building and runs the same daily pre-school program of 9:00am -2:30pm. Develop a daycare program, including new hires for daycare opportunity, also will include fee for services costs scenarios (for review by education committee and senior staff at WeWaiKai administration). Coordinate purchase of new equipment that can not be relocated from old facility. Prepare parents of the upcoming daycare fees to be charged starting in July Administrative elements: Advertise and hire co-manager for childcare center Have management trained in Childcare Pro Management program and other necessary training. Hire and coordinate training components for NEW staff for all the programs. Iron out any kinks in the NEW building Ensure the new facility is compliant with all licensing regulation responsibilities Prepare budgets annually in concert with WeWaiKai administration Ensure all required building and program inspections done Complete all policies and procedures for all programs Expand/create teacher job descriptions Undertake a through review of childcare facilities at Cape Mudge village, incorporate the review into an overall approach to childcare for both facilities Maintain current service delivery standards for WeWaiKai membership Work with WeWaiKai senior staff on budgeting and other required elements Key Responsibilities: Provide a warm, positive, nurturing and respective environment Maintain the highest level of professionalism with parents, families, and coworkers at all times and maintain daily communications with families Lead by example Adhere to all licensing requirements Promote social, emotional, physical and cognitive development of all children enrolled in the programs Manage all levels of reporting required to various funding agencies Manage the center s schedule, including time-off requests and changes to day to day schedules Ensure all safety requirements and inspection and certification procedures and ensure the center complies with those requirements Responsible for invoicing and collection of fees (where applicable) Manage classroom observations and meetings Responsible for maintaining good, clear communications with parents and or guardians, with respect to behaviour, illness or injury issues Supervise and evaluate all employees, including training and monitoring childcare workers Meet with families, provide tours of the facility, and maintain staff schedules and registrations, following all ratio requirements or limits Help plan and conduct regular parent and employee/team meetings as needed Oversee planning of all center events, seasonal celebrations, open houses, year-end graduation, special events Ensure facility meets all work-safe and health Canada inspection standards Perform other duties and directed by WeWaiKai senior management Key Requirements: Early Learning Childhood Development Diploma required (formerly Level 3) Minimum of 3-5 years in a Daycare Management/Supervisory role Experience working in a First Nations community including knowledge of First Nations culture, traditions and values is considered an asset First Aid CPR Certification Criminal Record Clearance Vulnerable Sector Search Licensing and Accreditation Knowledge Proficient in all Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) Highly flexible, with solid interpersonal skills that allow one to work effectively in a diverse working environment Superior time management skills, multitasking skills, and the ability to prioritize tasks with minimal supervision A valid class 5 drivers license as travel will be necessary Longer term objectives Head Start Pre-School will run the same as the School District 72 calendar 10 months a year with statutory holidays, summer, spring break and Christmas closure. All programs with the exception of the Head Start Pre-School will run 5 days a week, 12 months of the year with statutory holidays and Christmas closures. Develop infant/toddle program hours and staffing requirements Develop fee for service elements for after school day care programs Coordinate the NEW hires for after school programs Please send your expression of interest letter, along with C/V, Bio to; Robert Duncan, Chief Administrative Officer @ 690 Headstart Cres, Campbell River BC V9H 1P9 EMAIL: robert.duncan@wewaikai.com Posting closed February 25, 2019 (1042105h)




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