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  • City of Mississauga 2008 Community Centre Student Employment Guide

    Application deadline: January 15, 2008

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    City of Mississauga

    2008

    COMMUNITY CENTRE

    JOB OPPORTUNITIES

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    1. How do I apply?

    All of our Summer 2008 employment opportunities are available to view on-line at

    www.mycitycareer.ca/ Seasonal Opportunities. When you have selected an employment opportunity or group of positions that you are interested in, apply online by using the "Apply" button at the top or bottom of the job posting.

    If you worked for other City of Mississauga sections last summer then you have already

    registered with our site; if you are a new applicant then you need to register on our career site (view job and click on the apply button a “Registration Form” will appear) once registered, download or create a resume/cover letter, then proceed to complete the questionnaires attached. All postings have a series of questions attached to obtain additional information about the applicant.

    Need access to a computer? The City has two locations where you can use computers to apply for jobs.

    • Mississauga Library - Central Branch 4th Floor, Career Centre located at 301 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W. Mississauga, ON L5B 3Y3

    • Mississauga Civic Centre, Cashier’s Hall located at 300 City Centre Drive Mississauga, ON, L5C 3B1

    2. Do I qualify for the City of Mississauga 2008 Community Centre Employment

    Opportunities?

    To qualify for positions with the Community Centres, City of Mississauga you must:

    • Be 16 years of age or older as of the date of your employment, unless otherwise

    specified. • Meet the required qualifications that must be kept current throughout the employment

    term. • Be able to validate the above criteria by providing original documentation, as requested,

    during an interview.

    3. I am having problems filling in the online application, is there help?

    Please e-mail your technical question(s) to [email protected]

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    Community Centre Job

    4. Did you receive my application?

    When you apply for a position online you automatically receive an acknowledgement

    indicating your application was successfully received. Please make sure your e-mail address is entered correctly to ensure proper delivery of your confirmation e-mail.

    In addition to your e-mail confirmation, the following message will appear on your screen once you have completed your application and questionnaire (sample below).

    NOTE: Hardcopy applications will not be acknowledged.

    5. What is the status of my application, will I be considered?

    We receive a high volume of applications and cannot provide status updates on individual applications.

    Generally, we will commence the applicant review process after the official closing date of the competition. Application deadline for 2008 Community Centre Job Opportunities is January 15, 2008.

    6. When are the interviews? When will I be contacted?

    We will commence the applicant review process after the official closing date of the competition.

    Applicants selected for an interview will be contacted via e-mail.

    7. How will I be notified?

    Our usual method of contacting applicants is by e-mail. Ensure your e-mail address is current and up to date.

    NOTE: You will only be contacted if you are selected for an interview.

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    8. The competitions have closed. Can I still apply?

    All summer jobs will be posted on our web site until January 15, 2008. Should we require

    any further applications after January 15, 2008, we will be referring to our Future Opportunities. (Job Link – Recreation).

    9. How do I make a change to my application?

    If you need to update your resume, simply go to our career site at www.mycitycareer.ca

    under Job Seekers, locate My Resumes, click the link and log in, then locate the resume you want to update.

    Only resumes and cover letters can be updated. Questionnaires can only be answered once; therefore no changes can be made to questionnaires.

    Note: You may only apply to a job once.

    10. Are there any other vacancies?

    All jobs available to the public can be viewed on-line at www.mycitycareer.ca.

    11. What types of camps and jobs are available?

    Community Centres require Leaders, Site Leaders, Aquatic Camp Leaders, Sports Leaders and

    Pros, Educational Camp Leaders, Senior Staff, and Camp Supervisors (detailed job descriptions for each position are provided in the following pages).

    Please see the next page with titles of our various Camp and Drop-In programs for the summer at our Community Centres. The positions available at each Community Centre are checked off on the attached chart.

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    Community Centre CampsE-Recruit Requirements

    Position Burnhamthorpe

    CC

    Cawthra CC

    Clarkson CC

    Erin Meadows

    CC/ Churchill

    Meadows CC

    Frank

    McKechnie CC

    Huron Park CC

    Malton CC

    Meadowvale

    CC/ Courtney

    Park CC

    Mississauga

    Valley CC

    River Groce CC

    South Common

    CC

    Supervisor, Camps � � �

    Senior Staff, Camps � � � �

    Site Leader, Camps � � � � �

    Leader, Camps � � � � � � � � � �

    Dance Camp

    Leader � � � �

    Sports/ Aquatics/

    Educational

    (Preschool & Youth)

    Camp Leaders & Pro

    � � � � � � � �

    Preschool Instructor I

    & II � �

    League Official

    (Basketball) �

    Site Leader, Drop In � � � � �

    Leader, Drop In � � �

    Name of Camps

    Half-day

    Sports,

    Cheerleadin

    g

    Breakdance,

    Funseekers,

    Youth Drop

    In

    Youth Drop

    In, Mini

    Dance, H2O,

    H2O Pro,

    Survivor, T-

    ball, Sport &

    Splash,

    Hockey,

    Wheels,

    Lakefront,

    Funseekers

    Benares

    Blasters, Little

    Guppies,

    Basketball,

    Soccer,

    Sports, Learn

    to Babysit,

    Junk In The

    Trunk,

    Amazing

    Race, Youth

    Drop In

    Erin

    Meadows

    Sports

    Camps, Half-

    day

    Specialty

    Sports

    Camps

    H2O, H2O

    Intro,

    Reading

    Writing &

    Recreation,

    Little

    Learners,

    Kinder

    Korner,

    Dance &

    Play All Day

    Funseekers,

    Mary Fix

    Summer Fun

    Club

    Malton

    Camp (Full-

    day & Half-

    day), Sport,

    Basketball

    Half-day

    Sports,

    Themes,

    Dance &

    Various

    daytime

    preschool

    programs

    Camp

    Nation,

    Hockey Skills

    & Dryland,

    Street

    Hockey,

    Flagfootball,

    Soccer,

    Computers,

    Extreme

    Water Sports,

    Funseekers,

    Youth Drop

    In

    Various

    theme-

    based

    camps and

    sports

    camps,

    Youth Drop

    In

    Half-day

    Funseekers

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    Supervisor, Camps

    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    The successful candidate will be a minimum 19 years of age and hold a Secondary School Graduation Diploma, a valid, violation free Class G Driver’s Licence with 3 years driving

    experience, a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B Certificate and experience in a recreational camp setting. Access to a vehicle on a daily basis required for some locations. Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search, Vulnerable Sector Screening that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga.

    PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of the Program Supervisor or Designate, the successful candidate will assist in the operation and delivery of a comprehensive camp experience as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of staff and all participants and to ensure adequate safety while facilitating their leisure activities

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the various camp programs as established

    by Recreation and Parks through quality instruction and excellent customer and staff relations.

    2. To supervise, coordinate, and administer a comprehensive camp program as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the programs.

    3. To assist with pre-selection interviews, hiring and placement of staff as required.

    4. To assist with the development and distribution of promotional materials as deemed

    necessary.

    5. To ensure pre-season set-up and end of season close down is completed. 6. Coordinate supply and equipment ordering and maintain inventory control systems.

    7. To complete purchases as required and maintain accurate accounting of all petty cash

    and ensure Cash Handling Procedures are adhered to.

    8. To assist with the development, facilitation and participation in a comprehensive training week and staff meetings for summer staff as required throughout the summer.

    9. To initiate and assist staff in the planning and evaluation of a dynamic camp program. Responsible for providing on-going support, direction and assistance to paid and volunteer leaders

    10. To make regular program site visits, ensuring site procedures and safety standards are adhered to. To immediately and effectively respond to off-site program and staff requests. Participate when feasible in special activities.

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    11. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and

    maintain attendance records for each site. 12. To ensure effective customer service through provision of knowledgeable information to

    customer inquiries and concerns. To be available as a knowledgeable resource to

    participants, volunteers and staff. 13. To communicate regularly with Program Supervisor or Designate through detailed time

    sheets outlining whereabouts and destinations; ensure timely communication between

    Off-site Staff and Supervisor. Attend weekly update meetings with Supervisor as required.

    14. To communicate regularly with Facility Staff and/or Board of Education Staff regarding the use of the facility and report any concerns/damage to Supervisor immediately.

    15. To prepare and administer mid summer and final evaluation for direct reports. Assist

    and support in the preparation and administration of evaluations of other staff positions as deem appropriate.

    16. To maintain flexible work schedule during summer program to ensure supervision and continuity of program.

    17. To submit a final report and recommendations at the conclusion of the programs.

    18. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24

    hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted.

    19. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    20. Perform other related duties as assigned.

    REMUNERATION:

    The duties and responsibilities of a Supervisor, Camps are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined on the part - time rate schedule.

    Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training / Meeting rate of pay.

    Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on the last pay of the year. Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of one summer of continuous

    employment and a successful performance review.

    Hourly Rate: $15.39 – $17.02

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    Senior Staff, Camps

    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    The successful candidate will have a Secondary School Graduation Diploma, a valid, violation free Class G Drivers Licence with 3 years driving experience necessary for some locations, a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B Certificate and experience in a recreational camp setting. Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search, Vulnerable Sector

    Screening that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga. PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of the Program Supervisor or Designate, the successful candidate will assist in the operation and delivery of a comprehensive camp experience as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of staff and all participants and to ensure adequate

    safety while facilitating their leisure activities JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the various camp programs as established by Recreation and Parks through quality instruction and excellent customer and staff relations.

    2. To instruct, supervise, coordinate, and administer a comprehensive camp program as

    developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the programs.

    3. To provide quality customer service and act as a knowledgeable resource to parents,

    participants, volunteers and staff.

    4. To attend a training program for Senior Staff. 5. To assist with pre-selection interviews, hiring and placement of staff as required.

    6. To assist in the preparation, organization and implementation of a comprehensive

    training week for summer staff.

    7. To initiate and assist on-site staff with the planning and evaluation of a dynamic program. Responsible for providing on-going support, direction and assistance to paid and volunteer leaders.

    8. To be responsible for the maintenance of all on-site supplies, coordination and

    evaluation of program schedules and pre-planning of summer activities prior to the start of camp.

    9. To be responsible for ensuring the implementation of departmental safety standards at

    site location.

    10. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and

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    maintain attendance records for each site.

    11. To participate in and assist in the planning and operation of staff meetings as required throughout the summer.

    12. To initiate and assist staff in the planning and evaluation of a dynamic camp program.

    13. To prepare mid-summer and final evaluations for Site Leaders and/or Leaders in

    conjunction with evaluation procedures.

    14. To communicate regularly with Program Supervisor or Designate through detailed time sheets outlining whereabouts and destinations; ensure timely communication between Off-site Staff and Supervisor. Attend weekly update meetings with

    Supervisor as required. 15. To communicate regularly with Facility Staff and/or Board of Education Staff regarding

    the use of the facility and report any concerns/damage to Supervisor immediately.

    16. To maintain flexible work schedule during summer program to ensure supervision and

    continuity of program.

    17. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24

    hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted.

    18. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    19. Perform other related duties as assigned.

    REMUNERATION:

    The duties and responsibilities of a Senior Staff are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined on the part - time rate schedule.

    Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training / Meeting rate of pay.

    Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on the last pay of the year. Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of one summer of continuous

    employment and a successful performance review. Hourly rate: $12.43 – $13.86

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    Site Leader, Camps

    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    The successful candidate will have or be working towards a Secondary School Graduation Diploma and must posses a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B certificate. One year experience working with children in a recreational setting is preferred and previous experience supervising staff an asset. Employment offer is conditional upon

    receipt of a Criminal Record Search, Vulnerable Sector Screening that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga.

    PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of the Program Supervisor or Designate, the successful candidate will assist in the operation and delivery of a comprehensive camp experience as developed by

    Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of staff and all participants and to ensure adequate safety while facilitating their leisure activities. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the various camp programs as

    established by Recreation and Parks through quality instruction and excellent

    customer and staff relations.

    2. To lead, coordinate and administer a comprehensive camp program as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the

    programs.

    3. Provide quality customer service and act as a knowledgeable resource to parents,

    participants, volunteers and staff. 4. To attend and participate in training week and staff meetings as scheduled.

    5. To initiate and ensure planning, preparation and implementation of a dynamic camp program. Dependant upon program, Site Leader may be assigned a group of participants.

    6. To work in conjunction with the Program Supervisor or Designate to provide on-site

    support, direction and assistance to Camp Leaders and volunteers.

    7. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and

    maintain attendance records for the site. Maintain additional administrative records as required.

    8. To ensure the implementation of departmental safety standards at site location,

    including cleanliness of program location.

    9. To communicate regularly with Program Supervisor or Designate to ensure program needs are being met.

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    10. To communicate regularly with Facility Staff and Board of Education Staff

    regarding the use of the facility and report any concerns/damage to Supervisor immediately.

    11. To maintain flexible work schedule during summer program to ensure supervision and

    continuity of program. 12. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24

    hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted.

    13. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate

    Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee

    Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    14. Performs other related duties as assigned.

    REMUNERATION: The duties and responsibilities of a Site Leader are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined

    on the part - time rate schedule. Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training / Meeting rate of pay.

    Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on the last pay of the year.

    Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of one summer of continuous employment and a successful performance review.

    Hourly Rate: $10.60 - $11.64

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    Leader, Camps

    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    The successful candidate must posses a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B certification and must be currently working toward a Secondary School Graduation Diploma. Previous experience working with children is and asset. Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search, Vulnerable Sector Screening

    that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga. PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of the Program Supervisor or Designate, the successful candidate will assist in the operation and delivery of a comprehensive camp experience as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of staff and all participants and to ensure

    adequate safety while facilitating their leisure activities.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the various camp programs as established by Recreation and Parks through quality instruction and excellent customer and staff relations.

    2. To instruct, supervise and coordinate a comprehensive camp program as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the programs.

    3. To plan, implement and evaluate a dynamic camp program. Assist in the planning

    and operation of special activities.

    4. To be available as a knowledgeable resource and provide quality customer service to

    participants, parents and staff and volunteers.

    5. To attend and participate in all trainings and staff meetings as scheduled. 6. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and

    volunteers.

    7. To be responsible for the cleanliness of program location. Conduct safety checks of program equipment and allocated facilities daily. Assist in the clean-up at the

    conclusion of the program.

    8. To effectively communicate with Facility and Program Staff to ensure a quality program.

    9. To maintain flexible work schedule during summer program to ensure supervision and

    continuity of program.

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    10. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24

    hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted. 11. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate

    Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee

    Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    12. Performs other related duties as assigned.

    REMUNERATION: The duties and responsibilities of a Leader are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined on

    the part - time rate schedule. Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training / Meeting rate of pay.

    Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on the last pay of the year.

    Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of one summer of continuous employment and a successful performance review.

    Hourly Rate: $8.85 - $9.48

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    Dance Camp Leader JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    The successful candidate must be trained in jazz, ballet, modern dance and be able to choreograph dance routines plus minimum one year working with children. Candidates with additional dance related experience in Cheer Leading, Line Dancing and Ballroom Dance would be an asset. The successful candidate must posses a valid Emergency First Aid and

    CPR B certification. Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search, Vulnerable Sector Screening that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga.

    PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of the Program Supervisor or Designate, the successful candidate will assist in the operation and delivery of a comprehensive dance camp experience as developed

    by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of staff and all participants and to ensure adequate safety while facilitating their leisure activities.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the dance camp as established by the Recreation and Parks Division through quality instruction and excellent public and staff

    relations. 2. To instruct, supervise and coordinate a comprehensive dance camp program as developed

    by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the programs.

    3. To be available as a knowledgeable resource and provide quality customer service to

    participants, parents and staff and volunteers.

    4. To attend and participate in all trainings and staff meetings as scheduled. 5. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and

    maintain attendance records for the site. Maintain additional administrative records as required.

    6. To communicate regularly with Program Supervisor or Designate to ensure program

    needs are being met. 7. To communicate regularly with Facility Staff and Board of Education Staff regarding

    the use of the facility and report any concerns/damage to Supervisor immediately.

    8. To maintain flexible work schedule during summer program to ensure supervision and continuity of program.

    9. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24 hours.

    Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted.

    10. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate

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    Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    11. To perform other related duties as assigned.

    REMUNERATION

    The duties and responsibilities of the Dance Camp Leader are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined on the part - time rate schedule.

    Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required trainings or meetings at the Training/ Meeting rate of pay.

    Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on the last pay of the year.

    Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of one summer of continuous employment and a successful performance review.

    Hourly Rate: $11.30 - $12.44

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    Sports Camp, Leader

    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    The successful candidate must have or being working toward a Secondary School Graduation Diploma and hold a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B certificate. Previous experience working with children is an asset. Prefer one year experience coaching/instructing various sports. Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search,

    Vulnerable Sector Screening that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga.

    PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of Program Supervisor or Designate, the successful candidate will assist in the operation and delivery of a comprehensive sport camp program, as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all the participants and to ensure adequate safety

    while facilitating their leisure activities.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the Sport Camp program as established by Recreation and Parks through quality instruction and excellent public and staff relations.

    2. Provide quality customer service and act as a knowledgeable resource to parents,

    participants, volunteers and staff

    3. To plan, instruct and implement a comprehensive sport camp program as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the program

    4. To attend and participate in training week and staff meetings as scheduled. 5. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and

    maintain attendance records for the site. Maintain additional administrative

    records as required. . 6 To ensure the implementation of departmental safety standards at site location,

    including cleanliness of program location.

    7. To maintain flexible work schedule during summer program to ensure supervision and

    continuity of program.

    8. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24

    hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted.

    9. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    10. Perform other related duties as assigned.

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    REMUNERATION:

    The duties and responsibilities of a Sports Leader, Camps are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined on the part - time rate schedule. Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training /

    Meeting rate of pay. Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on the last pay of the year.

    Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of one summer of continuous employment and a successful performance review.

    Hourly Rate: $9.66 to $10.54

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    Aquatic Camp Leader

    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    The successful candidate will hold or be working toward a Secondary School Graduation Diploma or College/University Diploma/Degree. The candidate must possess a valid Standard First Aid and CPR C certificate, NLS certificate & Swim and Lifesaving Instructors certificate. Previous experience in the aquatics environment is a definite asset. Employment offer is

    conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search, Vulnerable Sector Screening that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga.

    PRIMARY FUNCTION: Under the direction of the Program Supervisor or Designate, the successful candidate will assist in the operation and delivery of a comprehensive aquatic camp program as developed

    by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of staff and all participants and to ensure adequate safety while facilitating their leisure activities. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the aquatic camp programs as established by Recreation and Parks through quality instruction and excellent customer

    and staff relations.

    2. To instruct, coordinate and administer a comprehensive aquatic camp program as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the

    program.

    3. Provide quality customer service and act as a knowledgeable resource to parents,

    participants, volunteers and staff. 4. To attend and participate in training week and staff meetings as scheduled.

    5. To ensure the planning, preparation and implementation of a dynamic aquatic camp program.

    6. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and

    maintain attendance records. Maintain additional administrative records as required.

    7. To ensure the implementation of departmental safety standards at site location, including cleanliness of program location.

    8. To communicate regularly with Program Supervisor or Designate to ensure program

    needs are being met. 9. To communicate regularly with Facility Staff regarding the use of the facility and report

    any concerns/damage to Supervisor immediately.

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    10. To maintain flexible work schedule during summer program to ensure supervision and continuity of program.

    11. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24

    hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted.

    12. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    13. Performs other related duties as assigned. REMUNERATION:

    The duties and responsibilities of an Aquatic Camp Leader are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined on the part - time rate schedule.

    Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training / Meeting rate of pay.

    Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on the last pay of the year. Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of one summer of continuous

    employment and a successful performance review. Hourly Rate: $9.66 - $10.54 – for sport component of Aquatic Camp Leader position only.

    Hourly Rate: $11.30 - $12.44 or $12.43 - $13.86 or $15.39 - $17.02

    - for Aquatic Instruction component of position only. (Rate of pay is determined by City of Mississauga Aquatic guidelines)

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    Educational Camp Leader, Preschool JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    The successful candidate will have a minimum of two years of experience working with preschool children in a recreation setting and a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B

    Certificate. A college Diploma in Early Childhood Education and experience in a recreational camp setting is a definite asset. Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search, Vulnerable Sector Screening that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga.

    PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of the Program Supervisor or Designate, the successful candidate will

    assist in the operation and delivery of a comprehensive preschool educational camp experience as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of staff and all participants and to ensure adequate safety while facilitating their leisure activities

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the preschool educational camp

    programs as established by Recreation and Parks through quality instruction and excellent customer and staff relations.

    2. To instruct, coordinate and administer a comprehensive preschool educational camp

    program as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the program.

    3. Provide quality customer service and act as a knowledgeable resource to parents, participants, volunteers and staff.

    4. To attend and participate in training week and staff meetings as scheduled.

    5. To ensure the planning, preparation and implementation of a dynamic preschool

    educational camp program.

    6. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and maintain attendance records. Maintain additional administrative records as

    required.

    7. To ensure the implementation of departmental safety standards at site location,

    including cleanliness of program location.

    8. To communicate regularly with Program Supervisor or Designate to ensure program needs are being met.

    9. To communicate regularly with Facility Staff regarding the use of the facility and report any concerns/damage to Supervisor immediately.

    10. To maintain flexible work schedule during summer program to ensure supervision and

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    continuity of program.

    11. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24 hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted.

    12. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate

    Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    13. Performs other related duties as assigned.

    REMUNERATION:

    The duties and responsibilities of an Educational Camp Leader, Preschool are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined on the part - time rate schedule. Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training /

    Meeting rate of pay. Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on

    the last pay of the year. Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of one summer of continuous employment and a successful performance review.

    Hourly Rate: $15.39 - $17.02

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    Educational Camp Leader, Youth JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    The successful candidate will have a minimum of two years of experience working with children in a recreation setting and a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B Certificate. Teacher’s College diploma and experience as a teacher is a definite asset. Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search, Vulnerable Sector Screening that is

    acceptable to the City of Mississauga. PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of the Program Supervisor or Designate, the successful candidate will assist in the operation and delivery of a comprehensive educational camp experience as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of staff and all participants and to

    ensure adequate safety while facilitating their leisure activities JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the educational camp programs as established by Recreation and Parks through quality instruction and excellent customer and staff relations.

    2. To instruct, coordinate and administer a comprehensive educational camp program as

    developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the program.

    3. Provide quality customer service and act as a knowledgeable resource to parents,

    participants, volunteers and staff.

    4. To attend and participate in training week and staff meetings as scheduled. 5. To ensure the planning, preparation and implementation of a dynamic educational

    camp program.

    6. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and maintain attendance records. Maintain additional administrative records as

    required.

    7. To ensure the implementation of departmental safety standards at site location,

    including cleanliness of program location. 8. To communicate regularly with Program Supervisor or Designate to ensure program

    needs are being met.

    9. To communicate regularly with Facility Staff regarding the use of the facility and report

    any concerns/damage to Supervisor immediately.

    10. To maintain flexible work schedule during summer program to ensure supervision and

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    continuity of program.

    11. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24 hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted.

    12. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate

    Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    13. Performs other related duties as assigned.

    REMUNERATION:

    The duties and responsibilities of an Educational Camp Leader, Youth are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined on the part - time rate schedule. Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training /

    Meeting rate of pay. Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on

    the last pay of the year. Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of one summer of continuous employment and a successful performance review.

    Hourly Rate: $15.39 - $17.02 – for instructional part of position, Educational Camp Leader, Youth only.

    Hourly Rate: $9.66 - $10.54 – for sports component of position.

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    Sports Camp Pro, Leader

    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    The successful candidate will be working toward a Secondary School Graduation Diploma or College/University Diploma/Degree. The candidate must hold a minimum of Coaching Level 1. The candidate must possess a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B certificate. Previous experience coaching and supervising children in the related sport is an asset. Employment

    offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search, Vulnerable Sector Screening that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga.

    PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of Program Supervisor or Designate, the successful candidate will lead in the operation and delivery of a comprehensive sport camp program, as developed by

    Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all the participants and to ensure adequate safety while facilitating their leisure activities. The programming of specific sport skills each day is a major component of the position.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the sport camp programs as

    established by Recreation and Parks through quality instruction and excellent customer and staff relations.

    2. To lead, coordinate and administer a comprehensive sport camp program as

    developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the programs.

    3. Provide quality customer service and act as a knowledgeable resource to parents, participants, volunteers and staff

    4. To attend and participate in training week and staff meetings as scheduled.

    5. To initiate and ensure planning, preparation and implementation of skills and drills into

    a dynamic Sport Camp Program.

    6. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and maintain attendance records for the site. Maintain additional administrative records as required.

    7. To ensure the implementation of departmental safety standards at site location,

    including cleanliness of program location.

    8. To maintain flexible work schedule during summer program to ensure supervision and continuity of program.

    9. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24 hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted.

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    10. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate

    Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    11. Perform other related duties as assigned.

    REMUNERATION:

    The duties and responsibilities of a Sports Pro Instructor, Camps are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined on the part - time rate schedule.

    Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training / Meeting rate of pay. Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on

    the last pay of the year. Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of one summer of continuous

    employment and a successful performance review.

    Hourly Rate: $15.39 - $17.02

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    Preschool Instructor I

    JOB SPECIFICATIONS:

    Successful candidate will have an aptitude for working with pre-school aged children birth to 5 years. Prefer previous experience working with young children and knowledge of developmental stages. The successful candidate must hold a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B Certificate. Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search,

    Vulnerable Sector Screening that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga. PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of the Program Supervisor, the successful candidate will instruct a comprehensive preschool program as outlined by the Recreation and Parks Division to meet the needs of all participants and to ensure adequate safety while facilitating their leisure

    activities.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the preschool programs as established by the Recreation and Parks Division through quality instruction and excellent customer service.

    2. To instruct and administer a comprehensive preschool program as developed by Recreation

    and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the programs.

    3. To provide quality customer service and act as a knowledgeable resource to parents, participants, volunteers and staff.

    4. To attend and participate in trainings and staff meetings as scheduled. 5. To prepare and plan lessons in advance and ensure program supplies requests are

    made in advance.

    6. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and

    maintain attendance records. Maintain additional administrative records as required.

    7. To ensure the implementation of departmental safety standards including cleanliness

    of program location.

    8. To communicate regularly with Program Supervisor or Designate to ensure program

    needs are being met.

    9. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24 hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted.

    10. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee

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    Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    11. Performs other related duties as assigned.

    REMUNERATION:

    The duties and responsibilities of a Preschool Instructor I are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined on the part - time rate schedule.

    Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training / Meeting rate of pay.

    Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on the last pay of the year. Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of 3 months of continuous employment

    and a successful performance review. Hourly Rate: $13.53 - $15.21

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    Preschool Instructor II

    JOB SPECIFICATIONS:

    Successful candidate will hold a diploma/degree in Early Childhood Education or equivalent plus two years working experience with pre-school children. The successful candidate must hold a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B Certificate. Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search, Vulnerable Sector Screening that is acceptable to the City

    of Mississauga.

    PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of the Program Supervisor, the successful candidate will instruct a comprehensive preschool program as outlined by the Recreation and Parks Division to meet the needs of all participants and to ensure adequate safety while facilitating their leisure

    activities.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the preschool programs as established by the Recreation and Parks Division through quality instruction and excellent customer service.

    2. To instruct and administer a comprehensive preschool program as developed by

    Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the programs.

    3. To provide quality customer service and act as a knowledgeable resource to parents, participants, volunteers and staff.

    4. To attend and participate in trainings and staff meetings as scheduled. 5. To prepare and plan lessons in advance and ensure program supplies requests are

    made in advance.

    6. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and

    maintain attendance records. Maintain additional administrative records as

    required.

    7. To ensure the implementation of departmental safety standards including cleanliness

    of program location. 8. To communicate regularly with Program Supervisor or Designate to ensure program

    needs are being met.

    9. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24

    hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted.

    10. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate

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    Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    11. To perform other related duties as assigned.

    REMUNERATION: The duties and responsibilities of a Preschool Instructor II are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined on the part - time rate schedule.

    Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training / Meeting rate of pay.

    Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on the last pay of the year.

    Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of 3 months of continuous employment and a successful performance review.

    Hourly Rate: $15.39 - $17.02

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    Sport League Official JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    Candidate must be knowledgeable and familiar with playing rules in one of the following sports: indoor soccer, volleyball, basketball or floor hockey. Officiating experience and Level One Referee Certification an asset. The successful candidate must hold a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B Certificate. Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal

    Record Search, Vulnerable Sector Screening that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga. PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of the Program Supervisor or Designate the successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of a comprehensive sport league as developed by the Recreation and Parks Division to meet the needs of all participants and to ensure adequate safety while

    facilitating league games.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the league programs as established by the Recreation and Parks Division through quality customer and staff relations.

    2. To provide quality customer service and act as a knowledgeable resource to parents, participants, volunteers and staff.

    3. To officiate league games as established by the Recreation and Parks Divisions in a

    professional and objective manner to meet the needs of all participants. 4. To attend and participate in trainings and staff meetings as scheduled.

    5. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all registered participants and

    maintain attendance records for the site. Maintain additional administrative records as required.

    6. To ensure the implementation of departmental safety standards including cleanliness

    of program location.

    7. To communicate regularly with Program Supervisor or Designate to ensure program needs are being met.

    8. All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24 hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted.

    9. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate

    Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information.

    10. To perform other related duties as assigned.

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    REMUNERATION:

    The duties and responsibilities of a League Official are reflected in the hourly rate of pay as outlined on the part - time rate schedule. Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training /

    Meeting rate of pay. Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on the last pay of the year.

    Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of 3 months of continuous employment and a successful performance review.

    Hourly Rate: $14.77 - $16.08

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    Site Leader, Drop In JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    The successful candidate will have or be working towards a Secondary School Graduation Diploma. One year experience working with youth 10 to 17 years in a recreational

    setting is preferred and previous experience supervising staff an asset. The successful candidate must hold a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B Certificate. Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search, Vulnerable Sector

    Screening that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga. PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of the Program Supervisor, the successful candidate will operate a comprehensive Youth Drop-in Program as developed by the Recreation and Parks Division to meet the needs of all participants. They will ensure adequate safety while facilitating leisure activities, at the same time, coaching and leading teen leaders.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the Youth Drop-in Programs as established by the Recreation and Parks Division through quality leadership and excellent customer service.

    2. To lead, implement and supervise a comprehensive Youth Drop-in program as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the programs

    3. To be available as a knowledgeable resource and provide quality customer service to

    participants, parents and staff and volunteers.

    4. To attend and participate in all trainings and staff meetings as scheduled. 5. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all participants and

    maintain attendance records for the program. Maintain additional administrative

    records as required. 6. To assist and encourage youth in the planning, initiating, coordinating, and promoting

    of recreational activities and special events. Develop programs and Supervise, coach and evaluate Leaders and volunteers.

    7. Supervise the youth and planned activities in designated facility areas, manage behaviour and report any relevant participant/ staffing issues to Program Supervisor.

    8. To ensure the implementation of departmental safety standards at site location,

    including cleanliness of program location.

    9. Assist and encourage youth in the planning, initiating, coordinating, and promoting of

    recreational activities and special events. Develop programs and activities to engage youth.

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    10. Perform other related duties as assigned.

    REMUNERATION: The duties and responsibilities of a Leader, Drop In are reflected in the hourly rate of pay as

    outlined on the part - time rate schedule. Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training / Meeting rate of pay.

    Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on the last pay of the year.

    Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of three months of continuous employment and a successful performance review.

    Hourly Rate: $10.17 - $11.20

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    Leader, Drop In JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    The successful candidate will be a dynamic and outgoing individual who is a self-starter and able to work with minimal supervision. Previous experience working with youth 10 to 17

    years in a leadership capacity an asset. The successful candidate must hold a valid Emergency First Aid and CPR B Certificate. Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search, Vulnerable Sector Screening that is acceptable to the City of

    Mississauga PRIMARY FUNCTION:

    Under the direction of the Program Supervisor, the successful candidate will assist in the operation of a comprehensive Youth Drop-in Programs as developed by the Recreation and Parks Division to meet the needs of all participants and to ensure adequate safety while facilitating their leisure activities.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To support the objectives and philosophies of the Youth Drop-in Programs as established by the Recreation and Parks Division through quality leadership and excellent customer service.

    2. To lead, implement and supervise a comprehensive Youth Drop-in program as developed by Recreation and Parks to meet the needs of all participants in the programs

    3. To be available as a knowledgeable resource and provide quality customer service to

    participants, parents and staff and volunteers.

    4. To attend and participate in all trainings and staff meetings as scheduled. 5. To be responsible for the safety and well being of all participants and

    maintain attendance records for the program. Maintain additional administrative

    records as required. 6. To assist and encourage youth in the planning, initiating, coordinating, and promoting

    of recreational activities and special events. Develop programs and activities to challenge the group of youth.

    7. To ensure the implementation of departmental safety standards at site location,

    including cleanliness of program location.

    8 All staff must report all accidents/incidents to their immediate Supervisor within 24

    hours. Appropriate forms are to be completed and submitted. 9. To read, understand and abide by all of the City’s and Divisional Standards, Corporate

    Policies and Procedures, including Human Resources policies respecting Employee

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    Conduct, Health and Safety and Freedom of Information

    10. To perform other related duties as assigned.

    REMUNERATION:

    The duties and responsibilities of a Leader, Drop-in are reflected in the hourly rate of pay outlined on the part - time rate schedule.

    Staff will be paid on an hourly basis for attending required training or meetings at a Training / Meeting rate of pay.

    Staff will receive vacation pay of 4% of total wages upon termination of employment or on the last pay of the year. Advancement to job rate is dependant on completion of three months of continuous

    employment and a successful performance review. Hourly Rate: $9.04 - $9.77