Early Childhood Educator

570-A St-Germain est, Rimouski, QC, G5L 1G4 / 01 - Bas-St-Laurent

Description of position

The employee hired through this study-work program will assist the homeroom educators of the 3-4 and 4-5 yrs old groups. The employee will therefore have the chance to further develop his/her competencies while collaborating with and working alongside the various homeroom educators. When needed, the employee may also cover for homeroom educators of the 3-4 and 4-5 yrs old groups in case of absenteeism. The employee will then have the chance to experiment taking charge of the group.

Salary (range) :

Between 15$ and 17$ / h

Typical schedule :

Flexible. To be discussed, accordingly to the employee's availability and employer's needs.

We're looking for...

We are looking for a staff member who demonstrates excellent abilities in regards of: -human relationships/interactions (with staff members and parents) - understanding and caring for others -teamwork -communication -punctuality -joie de vivre, being positive and in a good mood! **Candidates who are at ease in the English langage will be prioritized.

We're offering

What we offer: -competitive salary -7 to 8 weeks off/year -warm work atmosphere that encourages work/family balance -free lunch and snacks on workdays -when leftovers, meals from our caterer to take home (free of charge) -Break and prep room available to staff members

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Description of environment

CPBR - Centre préscolaire bilingue de Rimouski is a non-subsidized establishment recognized by the ministry of Family as an official daycare provider. CPBR offers preschool service to children from three to five years old in a bilingual French-English setting. The CPBR is a safe and warm environment in which staff members guide children to develop their full potential on personal, social, emotional, cognitive, language and motor skill levels. CPBR delivers a high-quality learning experience through hands-on experiences field trips, and ecological and community/humanitarian projects.
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