Career Detail

Student Life Animator – Supernumerary Part-time

Position Description

Student Life Animator – Supernumerary part-time

Chelsea Elementary School

Nature of the Work

The position of student life animator encompasses, in particular, responsibility for carrying out organization and facilitation activities and for providing guidance to students in the development, delivery and evaluation of programs of activities related to an institution’s educational project and success plan focusing on the integral development of the student and the creation of a welcoming and dynamic environment.

This position would be shared between Hull Adult Education and Western Québec Career Centre.

Characteristic Functions

The student life animator evaluates the community’s needs in terms of activities by consulting students, school resources and the partners concerned and identifies available resources in the network; determines the needs in human and material resources; plans, organizes and delivers or coordinates various sociocultural, sport and educational activities.

Facilitates the holding of large-group events and helps with the organization of theme activities and encourages students not only to become involved in the organization of the activities, but to take part in the activities as well.

Participates in the recruitment of staff and volunteers associated with the delivery and smooth operation of the activities; coordinates and supervises their work; takes part in the planning and budgetary follow-up of the activities organizes, evaluates the activities and prepares a report.

Ensures that materials are available and in good condition and keeps an up-to-date inventory. Participates in the negotiation of agreements with partners for the use of space and services.

Collaborates with school resources and participates with teachers in the organization and delivery of activities associated with the courses offered to students: sports competitions, exchange trips, theatre and other activities.

May be called upon to develop and maintain relations with partner groups or organizations so to ensure the complementarity of pedagogical and extracurricular activities and, on occasion, represent the institution during certain activities.

Required Qualifications

A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate specialty that consists mainly of courses in the following areas:

– physical education;

– recreology;

– andragogy;

– genagogy;

– group facilitation.

Additional Requirements

Comfortable preparing and delivering lessons with regard to Diversity for Students from Kindergarten to Grade 6.

Working Conditions

The position is governed by the collective agreement between CPNCA and FPPE (Federation of Education Professionals of Québec);

Salary: $25.45 to $42.64 per

hour (based

on qualifications and experience)

Application must include:

Resume (including detailed work history and education background)

A cover letter

Professional references

APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED THROUGH APPLYTOEDUCATION

https://westernquebec.ca/resources/careers/

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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