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Community Association Opportunities

Children's Party Leader

Reporting to the Community Association Coordinator.  The Children’s Party Leader is responsible for the facilitation of children’s parties within a community services setting.

Job Location

Thompson Community Centre

Duties and Responsibilities

Customer Service/Communication

• Provide friendly, responsive service.
• Set up games, decorations, necessary supplies and equipment for parties.
• Interact with and engage children.
• Lead age appropriate games and activities.
• Face painting and facilitate crafts.
• Clean up and take down decorations and equipment.
• Attend scheduled meetings.
• Communicate clearly and effectively with staff, parents, children and guests of the party.

Safety/Risk Management

• Follow facility protocol for emergency situations.
• Ensure the safety of all individuals participating. 
• Ensure the physical environment is safe for children.
• Clean and maintain room and equipment; assess equipment on a regular basis and report damaged items to supervisor.

Administration

• Fill out first aid and/or incident report forms.
• Provide evaluation and feedback to supervisor regarding program content.
• Other related duties as assigned and may vary according to facility.

Required Qualifications

• Grade 10 plus 50+ hours of experience working with children or an equivalent combination of education and experience
• Emergency Child Care First Aid or Standard First Aid and CPR Level B (or higher)
• Successful candidates will be required to pass a criminal record search
• Ability to lift up to 10kg.
• Flexible working hours on Saturdays and Sundays
• Successful candidates must pass a Police Information Check

Desirable Qualifications

• Strong organizational, communication, and multi-tasking skills
• Training and/or experience with individuals that require extra support
• Experience working independently or as a leader in a fast-paced environment
• Second language

Hours of Work

• Up to 12 hours per week throughout the year
(hours depend on the amount of rentals requested)
• Weekend work is required

Compensation

• Hourly wage is dependent on experience and ranges from $11.41 to $11.92.

How to Apply

Applicant should submit a detailed resume with optional cover letter that reflects their knowledge, skills and abilities relevant to the position, no later than 5:00 p.m.,  May 12, 2017 to:

Thompson Community Centre
5151 Granville Avenue
Richmond, BC
E-mail: Thompson@richmond.ca
(PDF or MS Word format only)

We thank all applicants in advance for their interest. However, only those under consideration will be contacted.

Duties may be carried out in a City owned facility, however the City is not the Employer for this position

This position is restricted to those legally entitled to work in Canada.

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