Education Program Supervisor

Education Program Supervisor

For Jr. M.A.P. Progaram (My Action Plan to Education)

School Year Contract

2 Postions available

Monday to Friday 11 am-7 pm, Occasional Weekends

The role requires the successful applicant to:

Develop and implement after school tutoring program for children in grades 4-8.

Supervise, motivate, and coach volunteers, and placement students.

Liase with parents, schools and other organizations

Manage and maintain accurate program statistics, status reports, evaluations and files.

Planning and facilitation of life skills and leadership programs.

Able to work independently with minimal supervision and make independent judgments based on a variey of situations.

Travel to different locations throughout the City of London, as well as in rural areas including Ilderton & Thorndale.

Qualifications required:

University Degree or College Diploma in Education, Social Work or related field.

Strong working knowledge of MS Office software-Outlook, Work, Excel, etc.

Knowledge of Ontario School curriculum.

Strong background in academic counseling, children engagement, children enpowerment, children leadership and/or children skill development.

Experience working with children from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, faith, and ethnicities.

Familiar with grant writing.

Strong written and verbal communication, presentation, organizational and facilitation skills.

Experience recruiting, working with and supervising volunteers.

Full G Driver's License required: access to a reliable vehicle is an asset.

High Five Certification in Principles of Healthy Child Development 100 an asset.

Current First Aid & C.P.R. Level C certification required.

Vulnerable Sector Police Clearance issued by local police station required.

Proof of Vaccination for COVID-19 is required.

Please email your cover letter, resume, and references to:

Human Resources

BGC London

E-mail:hr@bgclondon.ca

Include Job Title In Your Application

No phone calls please

BGC London (BGCL/the "Club") is an equal opportunity organization and welcomes and encourages applications from people of all gender identities including people of visible minorities, Indigenous peoples and people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Candidates who are unable to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and require an accommodation for a legitimate medical, religious or other human rights-based grounds will follow a separate process.

We welcome all resumes but only those granted an interview will be contacted.

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