Summary of Part Time Position:
The BGC Prince County is looking for candidates interested in a part time employment opportunity. If you are interested in working in a fast pace environment with the goal of providing our community’s children and youth a safe and fun place for them to learn and grow, as well as providing them with as many opportunities as possible to succeed, then you are encouraged to drop off a resume today. With the increase of demand for programs as well as new initiatives, the Boys and Girls Club of Summerside is looking for employees that are able to:
- Provide a safe and healthy environment for children to play, learn and grow in.
- Supervise a group of children and youth alongside co-workers.
- Organize and implement fun and safe activities that will meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of the children and youth in the program.
- Provide nutritious snacks to children and youth in the program.
- Ensure equipment and the facility is clean, well maintained and safe at all times.
- Be a positive guidance and a role model for our members.
- Perform independently as well as part of a team environment.
- Assist with fundraising responsibilities.
- Work a flex work schedule (weekdays, weeknights and weekends).
- Perform light maintenance (sweeping, taking out the garbage, wiping down counters etc.)
- Performing other related duties asked by the supervisor.
- Have the ability to develop and implement activities.
- Good decision making skills.
- Good problem solving skills.
- Effective verbal and communications skills.
- Have the ability to work well with co-workers.
- Courteous manners with the public.
- Punctual and reliable.
We offer a supportive work environment and rewarding career opportunities with many employee benefits. Please send your resume to email@example.com. Thank you in advance for your interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Job Title: BGC Wellington and Area Assistant Site Coordinator
Location: Wellington, Prince Edward Island
Hours of Work: Full Time – 40 Hours/Week
General Description of The Position
This position is responsible for assisting to provide leadership to the overall operations at the BGC Wellington and Area for school-aged children and youth. This position will report to, and collaborate with, the BGC Wellington and Area Program Coordinator. In this position, your time will be split between a workspace and the program activities that are taking place within the facility. This is a permanent full-time position which will have you working Monday to Friday for 40 hours during the morning/day/evenings (based on programming needs) and will have a flex work schedule.
Roles and Responsibilities
* Assist in supervising and overseeing Program Department staff at the BGC Wellington and Area in collaboration with the Program Coordinator.
* Assisting in being responsible for the overall operations at the BGC Wellington and Area facility in collaboration with the Program Coordinator.
* Schedule Program Department staff shifts based on programming needs in collaboration with the Program Coordinator.
* Assist in developing and implementing program activities that meet the needs of members.
* Assist to ensure proper Occupational Health and Safety procedures are in place to ensure member and staff safety at all times.
* Design fun ideas for member retention.
* Assist in resolving conflicts, engaging with parents and guardians of members about behaviour and/or incidents that occurred during programming.
* Assist in maintaining grant requirements.
* Assist in ensuring Child Care Act regulations are being adhered to within the Program Department and the BGC Wellington and Area facility.
* Assist in ensuring BGC Canada Operating Standards are being adhered to.
* Adherence to all provincial, federal and Club laws and policies and procedures specific to health, safety and liability.
* Adherence to Board policies and procedures, stated hours of work, wearing designated work attire during hours of work.
* All other duties as required but not stated.
* Education or experience in the childcare area is considered an asset.
* School-Aged Child Care Certificate is considered an asset. Willingness to obtain certification is required.
* First Aid & C.P.R. is considered an asset. Willingness to obtain certification is required.
* Acceptable Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Check.
* Must be willing to work flexible hours.
* Event planning considered an asset.
* Must own a vehicle.
* Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.
* Ability to adapt to organizational needs / requirements.
How to Apply: Email a cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org – please put job title in subject line.
Position Title: LifeHouse Shelter Worker
Job Type: Casual positions. One-year terms with possibility of extension.
Report to: LifeHouse Coordinator
The Shelter Worker position provides transitional housing for women and children and emergency shelter for single women. The shelter will offer temporary, short-term housing, while transitional housing will provide for longer term support, up to one, (1) year of safe, supportive housing. Guests of LifeHouse will be engaged in a comprehensive Case Management process designed to provide wrap around services, mentoring support, and referrals to other community agencies and services for outreach services required.
Principle Responsibilities and Accountability:
• A Shelter Worker has the responsibility of working cooperatively with other staff to help create and maintain a safe and supportive environment for women and children aimed at promoting and maintaining the mission, mandate, vision, values, and policies of LifeHouse and the individuals it supports.
• Maintain and promote the well-being, uniqueness, and independence of each guest of LifeHouse.
• Provide a safe, non-judgmental, and empowering environment to guests of LifeHouse by listening to women and exhibiting sensitivity and concern when interacting with the guests.
• Provide a supportive environment for women who are experiencing crisis in the areas of mental health, addictions, and other areas of family crisis.
• Maintain strict confidentiality of guest’s names and individuals who utilize LifeHouse services.
• Develop, implement, and follow the Individual Service Plan (ISP) developed through the Case Management Process, by providing LifeHouse guests with supportive and helpful interventions.
• Assist LifeHouse guests of daily living including, but not limited, to arranging appointment, transportation, accessing community outreach services, and financial support as needed.
• Maintain safety and security by monitoring all aspects of the LifeHouse Policies and Procedures.
• Ensure the safety of the transitional housing and emergency shelter by completing security checks.
• Provide the LifeHouse Coordinator with information on potential problems and assist in development of solutions and/or innovative approaches to problems.
• Provides shelter residents with information, advocacy, and resources.
• Supervise and assist in the daily functions of the shelter, including meal preparation, chores, and work with residents to maintain a neat and clean environment.
• Assist guests of LifeHouse in orienting to communal living.
• May be required to stay and cover following shift in case of emergency, inclement weather, if next shift relief does not report to work and if unable to find coverage.
• Required to work evenings and/or weekends as directed by LifeHouse Coordinator.
• Providing and maintaining adequate guests’ records and reports.
• Document crisis calls, intakes, evaluations, discharge, and other significant events.
• Enter end of shift report in logbook / HIFIS for coworker and supervisor review and follow up.
• Notify LifeHouse Coordinator of unusual cases, irregularities, accidents, illnesses and required repairs. • Attend regular staff meetings as required.
• Other duties and responsibilities as required/assigned.
• Keep informed of key government programs for eligibility and benefit of LifeHouse guests.
• Interact with government department staff and other community agencies on behalf of LifeHouse guests.
• Develop and maintain a positive interaction with community agencies for the benefit of guests and LifeHouse.
• Participate in committee work as assigned/required.
• Bachelor’s degree in social science or a community college diploma in social services or an equivalent acceptable to the employer.
• Knowledge of case management procedures and Individual Service Plan development for guests.
• At least two years experience in the social service field.
Skills and Knowledge
• Valid Driver’s License.
• Valid CPR and First Aid Certificate.
• Comprehensive knowledge of community resources, programs and services.
• Ability to use numerous computer programs.
• Excellent verbal and written communication.
• Knowledge of the dynamics and the impact of violence on women and children
• Ability to organize information on community resources and relate same to other staff members, LifeHouse guests, and the public.
• Ability to work overnight shift.
• Demonstrate organizational skills and abilities.
• Demonstrate initiative.
• Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
• Ability to deal effectively with difficult situations in a calm and objective manner.
• Exercise responsible judgment.
• Possess critical thinking and decision-making skills.
• Ability to multi-task.
This is a non-unionized position
To apply: Email a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
* Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.