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Student Supervisor – Chapter 10 Part Time – 3 Hours Per Week

Position Description

Student Supervisor – Chapter 10 part time – 3 hours per week

South Hull Elementary School

Nature of the work

The principal and customary work of an employee in this class of employment consists in ensuring

that students adhere to the school policy on discipline.

Characteristic functions

The employee in this class of employment supervises students in the school and its buildings to

ensure that rules are observed and that students are safe; he or she makes rounds, gives

warnings, observes and reports any abnormal situations to the persons designated; greets and

directs students and visitors; explains regulations; if necessary, gives his or her advice concerning

the drawing up and evaluation of regulations; may supervise students during exams, in detention

or isolation rooms or in the classroom, when the teacher is absent for a short period; supervises

students during the arrival and departure of school buses as well as on the school bus.

In addition to supervision duties in the cafeteria, he or she helps students, who so require, to eat.

He or she may help certain students dress, undress and, where applicable, move around.

In conjunction with teachers and the student services staff, he or she participates in carrying out

and supervising student activities. He or she makes sure that the necessary material and

accessories are available for certain activities.

Within his or her competence and according to the school policy, the employee maintains a safe

environment, particularly in stopping fights and other acts of aggression; where applicable, assists

the school administration concerned when conducting locker or student searches; notifies the

police and works with the latter; may be called upon to act as a witness in court; participates in

preparing accident and theft reports and administers first aid.

He or she locks and unlocks rooms and gates; assigns lockers and locks; ensures return of locks;

helps students who have lost keys or other articles.

He or she views the videocassettes used for night surveillance and notifies the administration of

any abnormal situation observed; prepares the videotape recorder for the next recording.

He or she participates in monitoring absences; collects the student absence lists or sheets, may

be required to enter this data in the computer and carry out the compilations requested; issues

and compiles late slips and so informs the administration according to the procedure established;

calls parents to inquire why their child is absent.

He or she may be required to use a computer and the necessary software to perform his or her


If need be, he or she performs any other related duty.

Required qualifications

Schooling and experience

Hold a Secondary School Diploma or a diploma or an attestation of studies recognized as

equivalent by the competent authority, and have one (1) year of pertinent experience in those

areas requiring self-discipline, general concepts in psychology and human relations skills.

Other requirements

Hold a certificate dated no more than three (3) years attesting to the successful completion of:

1. a standard first aid course of a minimum eight (8)-hour duration;

2. a refresher course of a minimum six (6)-hour duration updating the skills acquired in the

course mentioned in subparagraph 1.

Recess Supervision – must be willing to work split shifts

Working conditions:

Salary: $22.18 to $24.13 per hour (based on qualifications and experience).

Start Date: as soon as possible

End Date: June 23, 2023


Only those candidates chosen for interviews will be contacted.

The Western Quebec School Board is committed to building an educational community with the common purpose to realize the potential of all our students by cultivating a strong corps of support, professional, teaching and administrative excellence. We therefore encourage applications from Indigenous people as well as from other racialized people groups, persons living with a disability, people of religious faith, and gender minorities. As an organization, we strive to hire individuals who reflect the communities we serve, and who embody and practice a love of life-long learning, teamwork, and the highest professional ethics. Our efforts to achieve a diverse workforce that contributes to a culturally safe working environment include establishing proactive employment practices to address systemic barriers and removing obstacles to hiring and retaining qualified people. We acknowledge that the lands upon which we live, learn, and work are the traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe peoples. We thank them for sharing these lands and commit, as an organization, as educators and as individuals, to an ongoing relationship that recognizes and respects the lands, traditions, and culture of the Anishinaabe people.

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