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Employment Opportunities

Current Opportunities: Full time / Summer Positions 

Project Manager for the SEEN Collaborative (click for full posting)

We are seeking a Project Manager for the SEEN Collaborative. The Supporting the East End Neighbourhoods (SEEN) Collaborative is a group of six agencies working together to strengthen the quality and responsiveness of services for youth in conflict with the law. The SEEN Collaborative Project Manager is responsible for the coordination, management and continuity of the SEEN collaborative strategic direction and initiatives, including strengthening relationships and engagement of partner members and stakeholders. The SEEN collaborative is a 5 year strategic collaboration aimed at exploring, analyzing and creating a systems change to support and increase access to programs for youth involved with the justice system. This position is responsible for overseeing all systems and administrative workflows to ensure that the operational goals of the SEEN Program is achieved.
Applications are due by: 5 P.M. on March 4, 2019. Please send a cover letter and resume in one document to Haneen Azzam, Manager of Youth Services, hazzam@believeinkids.ca.

Seasonal/Summer Positions:

LIT Program Facilitator (click for full posting)

Minimum Qualifications:
•Between 16 and 30 years of age at the beginning of the employment term
•Experience working with youth 14-18 years of age
•Experience supervising a team of three or more staff
•Standard first aid qualifications (acquired before first day of training)
•HIGHFIVE - Principles of Healthy Childhood Development
•Must be able to participate in aquatic activities on a daily basis
Applications are due: 5 P.M. on Friday March 22nd, 2019 . Please send a cover letter and resume in one document to Haneen Azzam, Manager of Youth Services, hazzam@believeinkids.ca. No phone calls please. The Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Clubs encourage applications from all interested parties regardless of race, religion, ability or sexual orientation. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. A pre-screening program is in place for all new hires that will include either a group interview or a direct observation with children/youth. The successful candidates must undergo a Criminal Reference Check.

Summer Camp Supervisor (click for full posting)

Minimum Qualifications:
•Between 16 and 30 Years of age at the start of employment term
•Experience working with Children 6-13 years of age
•Experience supervising a team of three or more staff
•Standard first aid qualifications (acquired before first day of training)
•HIGHFIVE - Principles of Healthy Childhood Development Certificate
•Must be able to participate in aquatic activities on a daily basis
Applications are due: 5 P.M. on Friday March 22nd, 2019. Please send a cover letter and resume in one document to Tim Bell, Manager of Children’s Services, tbell@believeinkids.ca. No phone calls please.


Summer Camp Counsellor (click for full posting)

Minimum Qualifications:Minimum Qualifications:
•Between 16-30 years of age at the start of employment
•Standard first aid qualifications (acquired before first day of training)
•Must be able to participate in aquatic activities on a daily basis
•Certified in HIGHFIVE - Principles of Healthy Childhood Development
Applications are due: 5 P.M. on Friday March 22nd, 2019 Please send a cover letter and resume in one document to Tim Bell, Manager of Children’s Services, tbell@believeinkids.ca. No phone calls please.


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FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

There are currently no opportunities. We are always looking for energetic and dedicated individuals who have a passion for working in community-based social/recreational programs to join our team!
Please send resumes to: employment@believeinkids.ca

PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls Clubs is hiring! We are building a dynamic team committed to providing high-quality programs and supervision to children and youth. The Club serves children and youth in the Regent Park, Cabbagetown, Trinity Bellwoods, and Toronto West Communities. We are always looking for energetic and dedicated individuals who have a passion for working in community-based social recreation programs to join our team!

Please read over description and send resumes to: tbell@believeinkids.ca

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