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Public Engagement & Promotion Assistant
Alberta Canola
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 11/23/22

Term: May to August 2023
Office Hours: Mon – Fri, 8 am – 4 pm
Hours of Work: 37.5 hours per week
Event Hours: Some events require long days and weekends
Compensation: $23 per hour
Alberta Canola is seeking a Public Engagement & Promotion Assistant for the summer of 2023. This summer student position will assist the Public Engagement & Promotion Coordinator in Alberta Canola’s efforts to create awareness about agriculture and canola with consumers, educators, and students. The primary function of this role is to assist with informing the general public, educators, and students, about the benefits of canola, where consumers get their food, and how it’s safely and sustainably produced. 
Closing date: Tuesday, February 28, 2023.
Send your Cover Letter and Resume to: jobs@albertacanola.com
Note: Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Responsibilities

• Assist the Public Engagement and Promotions Coordinator and act as a project lead for Calgary Stampede 2023.
• Assist with creating opportunities for teachers, students, and the public to make a connection between their food, canola, and crop production.
• Support Alberta Canola’s agriculture education initiatives.
• Assist with event planning, managing educational resources, and creating social media content.
• Work with the Public Engagement & Promotion Coordinator and communications staff to research and develop content that include science-based topics in agriculture and nutrition.


Qualifications

Must be enrolled in an Education program, or a combined specialty in Nutrition, Human Ecology, Agriculture, or Public Relations with a specialty in Education (other degree paths may be considered).
• A valid and current driver's license.
• The candidate must be available July 7 - 23, 2023
• Knowledge of best-based teaching methods, teaching pedagogy, and experience working with Alberta-based curriculum.
• A high standard of written and oral communication skills.
• A passionate interest in agriculture and food.
The mission of Alberta Canola is to support the long-term success of canola farmers in Alberta through research,
extension, consumer engagement, and advocacy for canola farmers.
• Ability to work with team members or independently.
• Dynamic social and interpersonal skills including positive attitude, patience, flexibility, professionalism, diplomacy, and networking.
• A strong work ethic and the ability to problem solve.
Preference will be given to candidates who have completed at least 1 teaching practicum.
Preference will be given to candidates who understand Alberta’s agriculture industry and the crop sector.
This is a temporary summer position commencing from May - August 2023. Based at Alberta Canola's office in Edmonton, additional travel will be required.

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Bilingual Campus Pastor
Beulah Alliance Church
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 1/11/23

Beulah is a vibrant 2800+, multisite, multicultural, multigenerational church located in Edmonton, Alberta. We have a heritage of innovative approaches to evangelism, discipleship and church multiplication that spans over a 100+ year history.
This position is responsible for providing point leadership to the Faro de Luz Campus of Beulah Alliance Church. Success is building a thriving campus that is evangelistically reaching Hispanics across Greater Edmonton.
Position Type: Permanent, Full-time
Location: Beulah Faro de Luz Campus | 8501 82 Ave NW, Edmonton AB

Responsibilities

Campus Leadership (60%)
• Serve as Beulah’s primary vision keeper and communicator to the Spanish speaking campus.
• Primary speaker at the Spanish speaking services.
• Develop and grow a preaching team.
• Provide shepherding leadership of campus staff and volunteers and create a relational team culture in the campus.
• Ensure that staff, and leaders, are fully aligned with Beulah’s visions, values, strategies and approaches.
• Lead at the campus level and work in collaboration with Beulah’s global Children, Youth, Community & Care, Connection & Impact and Creative departments to ensure all programming elements of weekend services and ministry programs are operating effectively.
• Lead at the campus level and work in collaboration with Beulah’s Global Central Services teams.
Connection (15%)
• Provide leadership community life ministry through recruitment and development of coaches and leaders.
• Oversee the process of mobilizing people through first, next, and ongoing steps. Ensuring all necessary systems are in place for connection.
General Pastoral Duties (25%)
• Act as the spiritual leader, and as the first point of contact for the spiritual needs of the congregation.
• Lead the campus Congregational Care Team.
• Connect regularly with congregants to provide support to those who are in need.
• Ensure that prayer life is a priority at the campus.
• As a spiritual leader responsible to ministry to the congregation by:
   a) Performing weddings, baptisms and funerals as required
   b) Administering sacraments as necessary

Qualifications

• Fully bilingual (Spanish and English).
• A member of clergy, fully licensed/accredited with the Christian and Missionary Alliance denomination in Canada.
• 5 to 10 years’ experience in ministry.
• Post-secondary graduate with theological training and understanding of biblical and theological principles.
• Able to use standard computer office products (Office 365).
• Highly relational and able to coach staff in an Eph. 4:12 ministry environment.
• Proven track record of recruiting, equipping, developing, and caring for volunteers.
• Able to work in a large, multi-staff setting with strong interpersonal and written communication skills.
• Demonstrated ability to develop and implement projects.
• A passion for loving people and doing evangelism.
• Primary spiritual gifts: leadership, shepherding
• Experience with leading staff, public communicating, and comfortable as an upfront communicator and promoter.
Desired Start Date: As soon as possible. Specific date to be determined with the successful candidate.
Think you’re a great fit for this job? If you believe that God may be calling you to this position, please submit your resume and cover letter to hr@beulah.ca. No phone calls please. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

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Site Pastor
Central (Connors Hill)
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 1/25/23

The Site Pastor is the key pastor responsible to know, love, serve, shepherd and grow the congregation at Connors Hill along with leading the overall ministry and outreach efforts of the site.  This person must be actively growing in love for God, other believers and unbelievers and have the gifting and passion to lead others with humility and servant-hearted confidence.
This individual will work together with the multisite staff team and other church leaders to clarify and follow the calling God has for Central and for CH in particular.  They will be the primary leader in shepherding on mission and have a healthy sense of "ownership" of every piece of ministry for CH, from the big picture to the smallest detail, and to pursue growth and excellence across the board.

Responsibilities

Key Areas of Leadership

Staff and Facility - To effectively oversee all ministry staff at CH.  To lead the CH ministry staff team in shepherding the congregation, ministering effectively in their individual roles and working together to identify, equip, organize, motivate and encourage other leaders for ministry and outreach across the life of CH.  To provide vision and leadership for CH facility usage and development together with the Facility Manager and the CH Facility Team.
Being a Pastor - To pray for and minister to individuals and households at CH.  To provide as necessary pastoral care including counselling, visitation, conflict resolution and general encouragement.  To be available for weddings, funerals, child dedications, baptisms and other formal pastoral responsibilities. To be a true pastor by being available and sharing life in real ways as well as identifying and organizing others who share in this role.  To grow a culture of care and prayer.
Worship Services and Teaching - To be involved with the staff team in the planning and facilitation of worship services and to be the primary host for worship services at CH. To be gifted and eager to teach regularly on Sundays as scheduled by the Lead Pastor, as well as in other teaching contexts.
Welcoming and Discipleship - To work as a part of the staff Lead Team to improve and lead discipleship strategy for Central overall, and to implement these strategies at CH. To be the first point of contact for those who are new to CH.
Mission - To care about the neighborhoods surrounding the CH site and be actively involved in what God is doing beyond our church.  To deliberately and strategically seek to reach new people for Jesus and work for justice, and to blead others to do the same.
Multisite Collaboration - To find joy in working together with the multisite staff team on whole church directives, while leading confidently and contextually at CH within the broader direction of Central.  To be a positive voice and a unifying leader in the whole-church context.


 

Qualifications

• To have a personal and growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
• To be aligned with and actively supportive of Central’s heart, mission and priorities.
• To pursue relationships or group involvement for personal accountability.
• To participate in an engaged and humble way in various weekly staff meetings.
• To meet on a regular basis with the Lead Pastor for review, vision and encouragement.
• To be loyal, faithful, honest, teachable, humble, approachable, self-motivated, flexible and dependable.
• To affirm Central’s Statement of Beliefs and to become a member of Central when joining staff.
• To have the qualities of a Christian elder/pastor as described in 1 Timothy 3.
• To be a gifted leader with the ability and passion to love, care for and disciple others.
• To be a highly organized initiator and decision-maker.
• To be a team player and have the ability to work well in a multi-staff setting.
• To hold a Bachelors degree (minimum), Masters preferred.
• To have extensive and active pastoral experience in a church or other Christian ministries.

 

Questions or to apply (cover letter and resume), please contact Jon Putz (executive Pastor) at jon@follwingtogether.com 

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Municipal Accounting/Finance Intern
Alberta Municipal Affairs
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 1/26/23

Term: May 1, 2023 to October 1, 2024
Location: Municipalities throughout Alberta
Closing Date: Closes Feb 15, 2023 at noon
Salary: Approximately $48,000 to $60,000 per year

We’re looking for thinkers, builders, and change-makers. Our internships are for people who dream big, seek purpose, value collaboration and like to build community.  
The Alberta Municipal Internship Program is seeking new and recent post-secondary graduates for 18-month paid internships to experience work in municipal government. As a Finance Officer intern, you will receive unparalleled formal training, coaching and mentorship designed to give you the knowledge, skills and experience to become a future public service leader.  

 

Responsibilities

The Alberta Municipal Internship Program provides a gateway to the world of careers in municipal government. Interns in the program will be supported by senior managers and leaders who will coach, mentor and guide you as a new professional. Interns will gain extensive knowledge of municipal accounting and finance and will participate in a wide variety of municipal activities to develop your financial management and financial analysis skills. Interns also have access to an extensive network of professionals in the municipal field and receive a salary, benefits, and financial support for professional development. 
Graduates wishing to pursue their Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation are welcome to apply, as host municipalities can support interns to achieve the designation through the Experience Verification Route. 

Who Can Apply 
The accounting/finance stream of the Municipal Internship Program is open to all applicants who meet the following criteria: 
Applicant must be a graduate of a post-secondary accounting or finance degree or diploma program completed between January 1, 2021 and April 30, 2023;
Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada;
Applicants must be willing to relocate to the host municipality or a community within commuting distance of the host municipality.
Who You Are and What You’ll Do 
Throughout the internship, the intern will learn about municipal accounting and finance through the full accounting cycle – from budget to taxation to year-end and audit preparation. Interns will also get an opportunity to complete short rotations through key departments within the municipality to understand how they operate. Responsibilities and activities in this role include, but are not limited to: budget forecasting, participating in budget discussions with council and management, preparing payroll, processing accounts payable and accounts receivable, producing financial reports, preparing for borrowing, preparing financial records for audit and supporting procurement initiatives.   

 

Qualifications

Interns are change-makers, problem-solvers, and leaders in their organizations and communities. As an intern, you will learn from and work with great people and great communities doing work that makes you proud every day. The Municipal Internship Program offers the chance for you to make a positive impact in the organization and community. 
Candidates should have an interest in exploring a career in local government and/or the public sector. We seek individuals who have a desire to learn about municipalities and communities and who are interested in becoming leaders in their communities. Attributes of successful candidates include: 

  • Motivated and self-directed learners who take initiative
  • Creative and innovative problem solvers
  • Analytical and able to understand complex financial matters
  • Effective communicators with experience working with community groups or involvement with volunteer community organizations

    Find out more about the program and apply at https://www.alberta.ca/municipal-internship-program.aspx. Applicants have the option of applying only to the municipalities that they wish to work/live. Applications are due by 12:00PM MST on February 15, 2023. 

 

 

 

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Municipal Administrator Intern
Alberta Municipal Affairs
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 1/26/23

Term: May 1, 2023 to October 1, 2024
Location: Municipalities throughout Alberta
Closing Date: Closes Feb 15, 2023 at noon
Salary: Approximately $48,000 to $60,000 per year
Program Info and Link to Apply: https://www.alberta.ca/municipal-internship-program.aspx
Are you up for the challenge? We’re looking for thinkers, builders, and change-makers. Our internships are for people who dream big, seek purpose, value collaboration and like to build community. The Alberta Municipal Internship Program is seeking new and recent post-secondary graduates for 18-month paid internships to experience work in municipal government. As an Administrator intern, you will receive unparalleled formal training, coaching and mentorship designed to give you the knowledge, skills and experience to become a future public service leader.
What We Can Offer You 
The Alberta Municipal Internship Program provides a gateway to the world of careers in municipal government. Interns in the program will be supported by senior managers and leaders who will coach, mentor and guide you as a new professional. Interns will gain extensive knowledge of municipal administration, operations, and policy and will participate in a wide variety of municipal activities to develop their management skills. Interns also have access to an extensive network of professionals in the municipal field and receive a salary, benefits, and financial support for professional development. 
Who Can Apply 

The Administrator stream of the Municipal Internship Program is open to applicants who meet the following criteria: 

  • Applicant must be a graduate of a post-secondary degree or diploma program in any discipline completed between January 1, 2021 and April 30, 2023;
  • Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada; and
  • Applicants must be willing to relocate to the host municipality or a community within commuting distance of the host municipality.

 

 

Responsibilities

Interns are change-makers, problem-solvers, and leaders in their organizations and communities. As an intern, you will learn from and work with great people and great communities doing work that makes you proud every day. The Municipal Internship Program offers the chance for you to make a positive impact in the organization and community. 
Throughout the internship, interns in the Administrator stream will learn how municipalities operate and are managed. Administrator interns will gain experience by completing rotations through each department in the host municipality and taking on various job tasks and projects in each department. Responsibilities and activities in this role include, but are not limited to: participating in management team meetings, presenting to council and/or committees, developing bylaws and policies, leading and managing projects, solving problems that affect the community, and job shadowing different professionals in the host organizations. 

Qualifications

Candidates should have an interest in exploring a career in local government and/or the public sector. We seek individuals who have a desire to learn about municipalities and communities and who are interested in becoming leaders in their communities.  

Attributes of successful candidates include: 

  • Motivated and self-directed learners who take initiative
  • Creative and innovative problem solvers
  • Effective communicators with experience working with community groups or involvement with volunteer community organizations
    Find out more about the program and apply at https://www.alberta.ca/municipal-internship-program.aspx. Applicants have the option of applying only to the municipalities that they wish to work/live. Applications are due by 12:00PM MST on February 15, 2023. 

 

 

 

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Child and Youth Care Workers
Catholic Social Services
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 1/26/23

Full-time, part-time, and casual opportunities available!
What we offer:
The compensation for this position is $22.63 to $25.46 per hour and is based on the position, qualifications and experience.
Flexible benefit options when eligible
Work within a highly collaborative, team-oriented organization, where your ideas are heard and you can see your impact daily
Growth opportunities within the Agency

Responsibilities

Child and Youth Care Workers are responsible for assessing the needs of the individual, providing counselling and teaching of basic life, community, living, and harm reduction skills that allow the client to minimize the participation in high-risk activities, and develop independent living abilities.  The Child and Youth Care Worker will maintain a safe, warm and positive environment where individuals fee welcomed and loved.

Qualifications

  • Diploma/degree in Child & Youth Care (or equivalent)
  • Two years' experience working with children/youth and family programming, youth in care, residential care, and case management
  • Vulnerable Sector Check
  • Child Intervention Record Check
  • Clear and current driver's abstract
  • A vehicle and Class 6 driver's license (requirement to transport clients in your personal vehicle)
  • Proof of vehicle insurance showing $2 million liability coverage

    The hours of work for this position are based on the needs of the individuals we serve.  Therefore, shifts may vary and include days, evenings, and weekends.

 

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Facility Support Worker
Catholic Social Services
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 1/26/23

Full-Time, part-time and casual opportunities available!

What we Offer:
The compensation for this position is $17.57 to $19.78 per hour and is based on the position, qualifications and experience
Flexible benefit options when eligible
Work within a highly collaborative, team-oriented organization, where your ideas are heard, and you can see your daily impact
Growth opportunities within the Agency

Responsibilities

Facility Support Worker will provide a safe, clean home environment for the clients we serve in accordance with established Agency standards and as governed by health and safety regulations. The worker ensures that basic needs of our clients are being met by providing 3 nutritional meals a day and 3 snacks a day. The Facility Support Worker has the ability to prepare wholesome meals for large groups of people, maintain cleanliness and organization of a home.

Qualifications

  • A high school diploma or equivalent
  • Experience in meal preparation and housekeeping
  • Previous experience working with children, youth and families would be an asset
  • Vulnerable Sector Check
  • Child Intervention Record Check
  • Clear and current driver's abstract
  • A vehicle and Class 5 driver's license
    The hours of work for this position are based on the needs of the individuals we serve.  Therefore, shifts may vary and include days, evenings and weekends.
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Kids Day Camp Coordinator
Kids on Track
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 1/30/23

Kids On Track is a community building organization that provides hope, direction, and ongoing support for children, youth, and their parents. Educational, social, spiritual, and recreational elements are combined to deliver well-rounded programs.
We cultivate relationships with participants encouraging their faith, character and leadership development, social skills, and a healthy lifestyle. We strive to support families that have limited opportunities due to various challenges. We use physical literacy-based activities and recreational pursuits as a foundation for relationship building and mentoring. All
summer positions are grant-dependent and an offer of employment cannot come until funding is confirmed.

Job Title: Kids Day Camp Coordinator
Wage: $19.00/hr
Location: 17410-106A Ave NW and various program sites around Edmonton
Contract: 16 weeks, 40 hours/week
Vacation: 4% paid out
Number of Openings: 1
Date Rage: May 8-August 25, 2023

Responsibilities

  • Plan and oversee the Kids Day Camp Program
  • Plan and implement a physical literacy-based Christian
  • Character Education curriculum
  • Provide high-quality educational and recreational opportunities and enjoyable experiences for participants
  • Research, plan, and implement field trip activities
    including facility bookings and transportation
  • Marketing to families, schools and community agencies
  • Implement all policy and procedures and ensure the staff are following protocols
  • Maintain program records
  • Communicate with parents, program staff, and senior staff as necessary
  • Provide support and supervision to staff including evaluations (formal and informal)

Qualifications

  • Driver's license and access to own vehicle
    (mileage reimbursed)
  • CPR level C and Standard First Aid
  • Clear Police Security and Intervention Record
    Checks
  • Under the age of 30 (grant requirement)
  • Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or protected persons under the Canadian
    Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and legally required to work and study in Canada
  • Class 2 (bus license) is an asset
  • High Five PHCD or Quest II certification is an asset
  • Lifeguard certification is an asset
  • Must be in agreement with Christian mission of KOT
  • Must be an experienced leader, able to direct and instruct others in organizing tasks to be completed
  • Must have administrative and management skills
  • Must be experienced in leading children with a variety of learning and behavioural challenges
  • Must have experience planning and implementing Christian faith-based lessons, utilizing a variety of different experiential learning techniques
  • Must be able to implement learning activities that: are age appropriate, utilize experiential learning techniques, are linked to practical life applications, and build social competencies
  • Must be able to adhere to the design principles of making sure the program is developmentally appropriate, safe, and welcoming of diversity and uniqueness
    Must have stamina and ability to participate in activities
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Executive Director
Peace Pregnancy Support Centre
Location: Dawson Creek, British Columbia
Open Date: 1/30/23

The Peace Pregnancy Support Centre (PPSC) of Dawson Creek, BC is looking for an Executive Director (ED).  This is a part-time permanent position - with the potential for full-time placement. The individual winning the position may start as soon as possible. 
The PPSC is a faith-based non-profit organization. We provide non-judgmental, compassionate support and information on all pregnancy options to anyone regardless of their religious beliefs, lifestyle, gender identification, sexual orientation, or any other arbitrary circumstance.
We follow a respectful, client-led, permission-based approach, providing safe and compassionate emotional & spiritual support along with practical assistance, empowering clients to have choice and control over their lives.
Our work environment includes:

  • Relaxed atmosphere
  • Growth opportunities
  • Flexible working hours

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Responsibilities

We are looking for a Christian individual whose counseling-based education and/or experience, and mature faith would allow her to guide our Centre in delivering quality services and support to our clients, recruiting and managing staff and volunteers, promoting our agency to the community, building our donor base, and working cooperatively with the Board. The primary role will be to assist the board in re-opening our Centre and to lead the operations toward fulfilling our mission and vision.

Qualifications

We are seeking someone with a missions-focused heart.
The successful candidate will be provided Director Accreditation Training (DAT) through Pregnancy Care Canada (PCC).
Please contact us for a detailed job description and application package.
250-784-5642
info@peacepregnancysupport.com  or  dclh.ppss@outlook.com
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Family Enrichment Worker
Catholic Social Services
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 1/26/23

Full-time, part-time and casual opportunities available!
What we offer:
The compensation for this position is $25.50 to $28.70 per hour based on the position, qualifications and experience
Flexible benefit options when eligible
Work within a highly collaborative, team-oriented organization, where your ideas are heard, and you can see your impact daily.
Growth opportunities within the Agency




Responsibilities

Family Enrichment Worker will provide high quality supports to children and families directly involved with Children's Services.  This position requires workers to engage families through early intervention and family driven practice. A key component of this position is supporting children and families to connect with resources and organizing service delivery with stakeholders.  When leading innovative service delivery, your strong communication, collaboration and interpersonal skills will be an asset.

Qualifications

  • Diploma/degree in Human Services (or equivalent)
  • A minimum three (3) years of related experience including knowledge of community resources and family intervention
  • Experience with children and youth experiencing mental health issues and/or addictins are required
  • Vulnerable Sector Check
  • Child Intervention Record Check
  • Clear and current driver's abstract
  • A vehicle and Class 5 driver's license (requirement to transport clients in your personal vehicle)
  • Proof of vehicle insurance showing $2 million liability coverage

    The hours of work for this position are based on the needs of the individuals we serve.  Therefore, shifts may vary and include days, evenings, and weekends.
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Youth Day Camp Leader
Kids On Track
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 1/30/23

Kids On Track is a community building organization that provides hope, direction, and ongoing support for children, youth, and their parents. Educational, social, spiritual, and recreational elements are combined to deliver well-rounded programs.
We cultivate relationships with participants encouraging their faith, character and leadership development, social skills, and a healthy lifestyle. We strive to support families that have limited opportunities due to various challenges. We use physical literacy-based activities and recreational pursuits as a foundation for relationship building and mentoring. All
summer positions are grant-dependent and an offer of employment cannot come until funding is confirmed.
Job Title: Youth Day Camp Leader
Wage: $16.50/hr
Location: 17410-106A Ave NW and various sites around Edmonton
Contract: 12 weeks, 40 hours/week
Vacation: 4% paid out
Number of Openings: 6
Date Rage: June 5-August 25, 2023

Responsibilities

  • Help lead the Kids Day Camp Program
  • Implement a physical literacy-based Christian Character
  • Education curriculum
  • Implement daily half-day field trips
  • Provide high-quality educational and recreational opportunities and enjoyable experiences for participants
  • Supervise participants and ensure their safety, development, growth, skill achievement, and general well-being
  • Record and track participant medial and behavioural information
  • Be aware of and help implement all policy and procedures associated with the program
  • Know, and follow all safety guidelines associated with the
    program
  • Ensure the cleanliness of off-site and KOT locations

Qualifications

  • CPR level C and Standard First Aid
  • Clear Police Security and Intervention Record Checks
  • Under the age of 30 (grant requirement)
  • Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or protected persons under the Canadian
    Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and legally required to work and study in Canada
  • Class 5 or Class 2 (license) is an asset
  • Access to own vehicle is an asset
  • High Five PHCD or Quest II certification is an
    asset
  • Lifeguard certification is an asset
  • Must be in agreement with Christian mission of KOT
  • Must have basic administrative and management skills
    Must have basic experience in leading youth with a variety of learning and behavioural challenges
  • Must be able to function in a team culture
  • Must have basic experience planning and implementing
  • Christian faith-based lessons, utilizing a variety of
    different learning techniques
  • Must be able to implement learning activities that: are age appropriate, utilize experiential learning techniques, are linked to practical life applications, and build social competencies
  • Must be able to adhere to the design principles of making sure the program is developmentally appropriate, safe, and welcoming of diversity and uniqueness
    Must have stamina and ability to participate in activities
    E-MAIL: hr@kidsontrack.org
    INCLUDE: Cover letter, resume, DEADLINE: March 30, 2023
    relevant work or volunteer experience, or participation in a faith-based organization
    PH: 587-404-8877

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Kids Day Camp Site Coordinator
Kids On Track
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 1/30/23

Kids On Track is a community building organization that provides hope, direction, and ongoing support for children, youth, and their parents. Educational, social, spiritual, and recreational elements are combined to deliver well-rounded programs.
We cultivate relationships with participants encouraging their faith, character and leadership development, social skills, and a healthy lifestyle. We strive to support families that have limited opportunities due to various challenges. We use physical literacy-based activities and recreational pursuits as a foundation for relationship building and mentoring. All
summer positions are grant-dependent and an offer of employment cannot come until funding is confirmed.
Job Title: Kids Day Camp Site Coordinator
Wage: $17.50/hr
Location: 17410-106A Ave NW and various sites around Edmonton
Contract: 14 weeks, 40 hours/week
Vacation: 4% paid out
Number of Openings: 3
Date Rage: May 22-August 25, 2023

Responsibilities

  • Help plan and oversee the Kids Day Camp Program (1 site, 6 staff, youth volunteers)
  • Help plan and implement a physical literacy-based Christian Character Education curriculum
  • Help plan and implement daily half-day field trips
  • Provide high-quality educational and recreational opportunities and enjoyable experiences for participants
  • Supervise participants and ensure their safety, development, growth, skill achievement, and general well-being
  • Provide support and supervision to staff
  • Implement all policy and procedures and ensure the staff and volunteers are following protocols
  • Maintain program records
  • Record and track participant medical and behavioural info
  • Communicate with parents, program staff, and senior staff as necessary
  • Ensure the cleanliness of off-site and KOT locations

Qualifications

  • Driver's license and access to own vehicle (mileage reimbursed)
  • CPR level C and Standard First Aid
  • Clear Police Security and Intervention Record
    Checks
  • Under the age of 30 (grant requirement)
  • Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or protected persons under the Canadian
    Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and legally required to work and study in Canada
  • Class 5 or Class 2 is an asset
  • High Five PHCD or Quest II certification an asset
  • Lifeguard certification is an asset
  • Must be in agreement with Christian mission of KOT
  • Must be an experienced leader, able to direct and instruct others in organizing tasks to be completed
  • Must have administrative and management skills
  • Must be experienced in leading children with a variety of learning and behavioural challenge
  • Must have experience planning and implementing Christian faith-based lessons, utilizing a variety of different experiential learning techniques
  • Must be able to implement learning activities that: are age appropriate, utilize experiential learning techniques, are linked to practical life applications, and build social competencies
  • Must be able to adhere to the design principles of making sure the program is developmentally appropriate, safe, and welcoming of diversity and uniqueness
    Must have stamina and ability to participate in activities

E-MAIL: hr@kidsontrack.org
INCLUDE: Cover letter, resume, relevant work or volunteer experience, or participation in
a faith based organization
DEADLINE: March 30, 2023

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Summer Administrative Assistant
Kids On Track
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 1/30/23

Kids On Track is a community building organization that provides hope, direction, and ongoing support for children, youth, and their parents. Educational, social, spiritual, and recreational elements are combined to deliver well-rounded programs.
We cultivate relationships with participants encouraging their faith, character and leadership development, social skills, and a healthy lifestyle. We strive to support families that have limited opportunities due to various challenges. We use physical literacy-based activities and recreational pursuits as a foundation for relationship building and mentoring. All summer positions are grant-dependent and an offer of employment cannot come until funding is confirmed.
Job Title: Summer Administrative Assistant
Wage: $17.50/hr
Location: 17410-106A Ave NW
Contract: 16 weeks, 35 hours/week
Vacation: 4% paid out
Number of Openings: 1
Date Rage: May 8-August 25, 2023

Responsibilities

  • Provide the administrative support needed to prepare and operate the summer programs
  • Set up appropriate record management files to handle registrations, mail outs, attendance, and accounts
  • Maintain and update participant database
  • Assist parents in registering their children in programs
  • Cash handling and reconciling including tracking of payments, subsidies, and refunds
  • Answer phones and relate information to the public
  • Assist in planning and implementing summer fundraising
  • Assist in equipment management
  • Assist in general office
  • Provide substitution for summer program staff if needed

Qualifications

  • CPR level C and Standard First Aid
  • Clear Police Security and Intervention Record Checks
  • Under the age of 30 (grant requirement)
  • Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or protected persons under the Canadian
    Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and legally required to work and study in Canada
  • Access to own vehicle is an asset
  • High Five PHCD or Quest II certification is an asset
  • Lifeguard certification is an asset
  • Must be in agreement with Christian mission of KOT
  • Must have excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Must have excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
  • Must have an ability to work with little supervision and the ability to take initiative
  • Must have strong attention to detail
  • Must have an ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Must have an ability to complete a high volume of work within deadlines
  • Must be competent in computer skills
  • Must have experience in data management programs
  • Must have a pleasant manner and be able to respond appropriately to parents and the public
  • Must be able to function in a team culture

 



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Kids Day Camp Leader
Kids On Track
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Open Date: 1/30/23

Kids On Track is a community building organization that provides hope, direction, and ongoing support for children, youth, and their parents. Educational, social, spiritual, and recreational elements are combined to deliver well-rounded programs.
We cultivate relationships with participants encouraging their faith, character and leadership development, social skills, and a healthy lifestyle. We strive to support families that have limited opportunities due to various challenges. We use physical literacy-based activities and recreational pursuits as a foundation for relationship building and mentoring. All
summer positions are grant-dependent and an offer of employment cannot come until funding is confirmed.
Job Title: Kids Day Camp Leader
Wage: $16.50/hr
Location: 17410-106A Ave NW and various sites around Edmonton
Contract: 12 weeks, 40 hours/week
Vacation: 4% paid out
Number of Openings: 12
Date Rage: June 5-August 25, 2023

Responsibilities

  • Help lead the Kids Day Camp Program
  • Implement a physical literacy-based Christian Character Education curriculum
  • Implement daily half-day field trips
  • Provide high-quality educational and recreational opportunities and enjoyable experiences for participants
  • Supervise participants and ensure their safety, development, growth, skill achievement, and general well-being
  • Record and track participant medial and behavioural info
  • Be aware of and help implement all policy and procedures associated with the program
  • Know, and follow all safety guidelines associated with the program
  • Ensure the cleanliness of off-site and KOT locations
  • CPR level C and Standard First Aid
  • Clear Police Security and Intervention Record Checks
  • Under the age of 30 (grant requirement)
  • Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or protected persons under the Canadian
  • Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and legally required to work and study in Canada
  • Class 5 or Class 2 is an asset
  • Access to own vehicle is an asset
  • High Five PHCD or Quest II certification an asset
  • Lifeguard certification is an asset

Qualifications

  • Must be in agreement with Christian mission of KOT
  • Must have basic administrative and management skills
  • Must have basic experience in leading children with a variety of learning and behavioural challenges
  • Must be able to function in a team culture
  • Must have basic experience planning and implementing Christian faith-based lessons, utilizing a variety of different learning techniques
  • Must be able to implement learning activities that: are age appropriate, utilize experiential learning techniques, are linked to practical life applications, and build social
    competencies
  • Must be able to adhere to the design principles of making sure the program is developmentally appropriate, safe, and welcoming of diversity and uniqueness
  • Must have stamina and ability to participate in activities
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