Under the guidance of the Program Coordinator, the Caregivers will help lead programs that encourage the social, emotional, physical, creative and intellectual development of children. The Caregivers assist with the daily programming for children, snack preparation, as well as ensuring the safety of the children and visitors to the centers.
Grade 12 Diploma;
Early Childhood Development Certificate or Diploma is an asset;
Current Standard First Aid and CPR is an asset;
Experience working with children;
Able to work in a high intensity, loud environment;
Assists the Program Coordinator in communicating with parents on a regular basis about their child’s wellbeing and individual progress;
Able to demonstrate self‐management and maintain composure, consistency, and patience in stressful situations;
Must have an Up‐to‐Date immunization in accordance with the NWT Immunization Schedule, an acceptable Tuberculosis Screening test and provide proof of this prior to start date;
Travel within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region may be required for training or meeting purposes;
Must provide a satisfactory RCMP criminal records check, including a vulnerable sector search, prior to hire.
Priority consideration will be given to beneficiaries of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement.
Should this opportunity interest you, please submit a cover letter and resume in confidence to:
Inuvialuit Regional Corporation
Human Resources Department Fax: 1‐888‐872‐7142
Deadline: October 24, 2019