Children’s Program Planner (maternity leave)
Hours: Part Time (0-30 hours/week)
Salary: $13.10 (bilingual incentive available)
The New Brunswick Military Family Resource Centre is a not-for-profit organization that provides families of the military community with a diverse range of programs, services and special events.
The interim Children's Program Planner will be responsible for developing, implementing and facilitating social, educational and recreational programming for children ages 5-9. The Children's Program Planner will also be expected to establish a good rapport with children, parents and volunteers. Other responsibilities may include occasional assistance with our Preschool Programs (parents/guardians always in attendance) as well as Youth Centre supervision and Youth Program facilitation. The successful applicant should be comfortable working with all age groups: preschool children and their parents, 5-9 year olds, as well as youth ages 9 and up.
Applicants must be available to work afternoons (typically in the range of 1pm-5:30pm, evenings (typically in the range of 4pm-8pm) and occasional Saturdays. Please state your availability when applying.
- Bilingualism preferred
- Experience in program development
- Experience working with children and youth in mixed age groupings
- Must be caring, creative, enthusiastic, spontaneous, motivated and professional.
- Candidate must be able to work flexible hours (must be available afternoons, evenings, and occasional Saturdays.) This position would be suitable for a university student if your availability matches our need.
Candidates must provide a cover letter with resume clearly stating which position they are applying for and their qualifications and skills related to this position. While all applications are appreciated, only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.
Deadline for applications is February 26 by 4:00pm
Resumes submitted to:
New Brunswick Military Family Resource Centre
A45 St. Lawrence Avenue
Oromocto, N.B. E2V 4J5
Fax: (506) 422-1444
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