Job Postings – 4 positions available – Access 2 Assets Program

Program Manager -Access 2 Assets Program

Rate of pay:               $15/hr-$18/hr, 35hr/wk

Duration:                    10-16 wks

Position Availability: TBA
Mandatory Eligibility Position Requirements:

This position is partially funded through Human Resources Development Canada’s: Canada Summer Jobs program. Participants therefore must meet the information in this box before meeting any of the following criteria.

·         Are between 15 and 30 years of age;

·         Have been registered as a full-time student in the previous academic year and intend to return to school on a full-time basis in the next academic year;

·         Are Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or have official refugee protection status under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; and

·         Are legally entitled to work in Canada, according to relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations.

 Special Eligibility Position Requirements:

This position is partially funded through Human Resources Development Canada’s: Canada Summer Jobs program. Targeted participants may be specifically recruited according to the program requirements. Therefore, we encourage and may give preference to participants that are:

·         Students with Disabilities

·         Aboriginal students

·         Students who are members of a visible minority

Access 2 Assets Program Overview:

Access 2 Assets provides asset developmental opportunities throughout our communities for students and families of the schools we serve. Our particular focus is on afterschool and out-of-school time programs where students participate in opportunities to develop their community engagement and personal social responsibility skills, thereby strengthening our communities as a whole.

I. KIDS SOCIAL RECREATION PROGRAMS II. FAMILY SOCIAL RECREATION PROGRAMS: III. SPECIAL EVENTS

1.    Sunsational Summer Day Camps

2.     Sunsational Summers Spring into Summer

3.    Family Zone

4.    Academic Support-Excellence programs

5.    Kids Zone

 

1.      Family Outreach Programs:

2.     Take 10 to Read:

3.     Write On: Read, Run, Write, Cut

4.  Keep Vancouver Spectacular

 

Special Mini-Small Events:

1.      Imagination Market

2.    Family Fun Days

Mega-Large Events:

1.      Fraser Street Festival

2.     Carnivale in July

3.    July and August Olympic Days

Special Event Out trips:

1.      Richmond Oval

2.     Trout Lake

3.    Whistler Camping Trip

 

*Individuals will be working in one of these areas based on suitability

 Student Work Tasks and Responsibilities:

 Leadership-Mentoring

  • Teach/mentor disadvantaged students in a first work experience.
  • Be a positive role model as an employee and citizen.
  • Be a Mentor to designated employees
  • Work on a staff and volunteer training initiative.
  • Liaise and support the building engineers and custodial staff.
  • Regularly meet & greet the participants, parents and assistant staff/volunteers of the programs.
  • Support the teachers, parents, children, and pre-teen participants, within our programs in all applicable areas such as information needed, subsidy requests, etc.
  • Promote, recruit, and assist in hiring, orientations, training, supervision, support, coaching and evaluation of associated program staff and volunteers.

 Program Planning, Designing, Implementing and Promoting

  • Work with the Community in planning positive preventive programs including social recreational services
  • Ensure the facilities are ready and adequately shut down at the end of activities each shift.
  • Perform daily list of facility duties as prescribed and to be determined with Supervisor.
  • Develop flyers, brochures, paid ads, press releases, etc. to promote and market programs.
  • Maintain community programs supply and equipment room(s), cupboards and work areas.
  • Check the office log for a list of items and follow and accomplish each.
  • Check the in-basket for Programmers, and support the promotion, development and implementation of existing or upcoming programs, events and services.
  • Identify the needs of the Community to create, plan, develop and evaluate community programs for all aspects of summer services.
  • Work as direct service provider, designed by the Community Schools Coordinator or designate.
  • Answer phones and perform program registration as required, inform registrants of changes due to weather closures, conflicts etc.
  • Schedule and maintain bus bookings.
  • Research, analyze and make suggestions or changes for future programs.
  • Work with Community School Coordinator to acquire resources, supplies, discounts, sponsors etc.

 Administration

  • Assist in the development and monitoring of budgets.
  • Identify and seek a variety of alternative sources of revenue including fund raising, sponsorships and partnerships.
  • Apply for grants and supervise approved grant funded programs.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of legislation and how it impacts on the Educational, Social Service, and Leisure and Recreational profession.

 Facility & Office Management

  • Order program or facility supplies and equipment.
  • Inspect the building and venues, equipment and monitoring programs to ensure safety to the program participants.
  • Interact with program participants and members of the public regarding customer service and programming concerns.
  • Schedule the work of and supervise staff and volunteers.
  • Learn existing and develop operational policies and procedures.

 Report: Oral and Written

  • Submit program statistical reports, usage reports, sectional reports, and program profit loss reports.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills and abilities
  • Provide a formal report at the conclusion of the summer project.

 Other Work:

  • Provide direct leadership as determined and required, such as: Filling in for sick program staff;
  • Perform related work as required.

Required Skills, Qualifications and Certificates:

(Requirements are minimum or recommended, equivalent requirements are accepted if approved)

  • Valid and clear B.C. Class 5 Drivers license.
  • Standard First Aid and CPR C.
  • BCRPA High 5 Child Development and Quest Certification
  • Understanding of the Best Practices in education, recreation, social services.
  • Knowledge and experience with desktop publishing, Corel Word Perfect, and office equipment.
  • Sense of humor, ability to problem solve
  • Desire to learn and flexibility

Recommended Skills, Qualifications and Certificates:

  • Ability to run programs in French is an asset.
  • Ability to communicate in more than one language is an asset.
  • Class 4 Drivers license
  • Advanced First Aid
  • Graduation from a recognized education, recreation, leadership or related program.

 Suitability for Applicants

Education:

-3rd –4th year Post- Secondary Students who study in areas like education, social work, child and youth, and recreation management.

 

Interest towards a Future Career Position in:

-Teaching

-Social Workers

-Counselling

-Recreational Coordinator or Manager

 

Experience:

-Developing afterschool and out-of-school time programs

-Working in recreation, community programs, education or related field.

-Supporting and supervising staff, volunteers, children and youth.

-Working with marginalized populations such as people with disabilities, visible minorities, First -Nations, ESL, Immigrants etc

– Writing program statistical reports, usage reports, sectional reports, and program profit loss reports.

*Selected candidates must sign a release to permit a criminal record review. Employment is subject to passing this criminal record review.

Program Site Coordinator -Access 2 Assets Program

Rate of pay:               $12-$14/hr, 35hr/wk

Duration:                    10-14 wks

Position Availability: TBA

Mandatory Eligibility Position Requirements:

This position is partially funded through Human Resources Development Canada’s: Canada Summer Jobs program. Participants therefore must meet the information in this box before meeting any of the following criteria.

·         Are between 15 and 30 years of age;

·         Have been registered as a full-time student in the previous academic year and intend to return to school on a full-time basis in the next academic year;

·         Are Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or have official refugee protection status under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; and

·         Are legally entitled to work in Canada, according to relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations.

 

Special Eligibility Position Requirements:

This position is partially funded through Human Resources Development Canada’s: Canada Summer Jobs program. Targeted participants may be specifically recruited according to the program requirements. Therefore, we encourage and may give preference to participants that are:

·         Students with Disabilities

·         Aboriginal students

·         Students who are members of a visible minority

Access 2 Assets Program Overview:

Access 2 Assets provides asset developmental opportunities throughout our communities for students and families of the schools we serve. Our particular focus is on afterschool and out-of-school time programs where students participate in opportunities to develop their community engagement and personal social responsibility skills, thereby strengthening our communities as a whole.

I. KIDS SOCIAL RECREATION PROGRAMS II. FAMILY SOCIAL RECREATION PROGRAMS: III. SPECIAL EVENTS

1.    Sunsational Summer Day Camps

2.     Sunsational Summers Spring into Summer

3.    Family Zone

4.    Academic Support-Excellence programs

5.    Kids Zone

 

1.      Family Outreach Programs:

2.     Take 10 to Read:

3.     Write On: Read, Run, Write, Cut

4.  Keep Vancouver Spectacular

 

Special Mini-Small Events:

1.      Imagination Market

2.    Family Fun Days

Mega-Large Events:

1.      Fraser Street Festival

2.     Carnivale in July

3.    July and August Olympic Days

Special Event Out trips:

1.      Richmond Oval

2.     Trout Lake

3.    Whistler Camping Trip

 

*Individuals will be working in one of these areas based on suitability

 Student Work Tasks and Responsibilities:

 Leadership-Mentoring

  • Teach/mentor disadvantaged students in a first work experience.
  • Be a positive role model as an employee and citizen.
  • Be a Mentor to designated employees
  • Work on a staff and volunteer training initiative.
  • Liaise and support the building engineers and custodial staff.
  • Regularly meet & greet the participants, parents and assistant staff/volunteers of the programs.
  • Support the teachers, parents, children, and pre-teen participants, within our programs in all applicable areas such as information needed, subsidy requests, etc.
  • Promote, recruit, and assist in hiring, orientations, training, supervision, support, coaching and evaluation of associated program staff and volunteers.
  • Provide constant supervision of participants in our programs and services
    • Work as a direct service provider, designed by the Program Manager and/or Community Schools Coordinator or designate.
  • Schedule the work of and supervise staff and volunteers.

 Program Planning, Designing, Implementing and Promoting

  • Work with the Community in planning positive preventive programs including social recreational services
  • Develop flyers, brochures, paid ads, press releases, etc. to promote and market programs.
  • Maintain community programs supply and equipment room(s), cupboards and work areas.
  • Check the in-basket for Programmers, and support the promotion, development and implementation of existing or upcoming programs, events and services.
  • Identify the needs of the Community to create, plan, develop and evaluate community programs for all aspects of summer services.
  • Answer phones and perform program registration as required, inform registrants of changes due to weather closures, conflicts etc.
  • Schedule and maintain bus bookings.
  • Research, analyze and make suggestions or changes for future programs.
  • Work with Community School Coordinator to acquire resources, supplies, discounts, sponsors etc.

 Administration

  • Assist in the development and monitoring of budgets.
  • Identify and seek a variety of alternative sources of revenue including fund raising, sponsorships and partnerships.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of legislation and how it impacts on the Educational, Social Service, and Leisure and Recreational profession.
  • Administer daily registrations and attendance procedure.
  • Provide assistance for written correspondence, activity reports, thank-you letters, confirmations, incident reports.
  • Maintain personal petty cash if applicable.

 Facility & Office Management

  • Order program or facility supplies and equipment.
  • Inspect the building and venues, equipment and monitoring programs to ensure safety to the program participants.
  • Ensure the facilities are ready and adequately shut down at the end of activities each shift.
  • Perform daily list of facility duties as prescribed and to be determined with Supervisor.
  • Interact with program participants and members of the public regarding customer service and programming concerns.
  • Learn existing and develop operational policies and procedures.
  • Check the office log for a list of items and follow and accomplish each.

 Report: Oral and Written

  • Submit program statistical reports, usage reports, sectional reports, and program profit loss reports.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills and abilities
  • Assist Program Manager with the formal report at the conclusion of the summer project.

 Other Work:

  • Provide direct leadership as determined and required, such as: Filling in for sick program staff;
  • Perform related work as required.

Required Skills, Qualifications and Certificates:

(Requirements are minimum or recommended, equivalent requirements are accepted if approved)

  • Valid and clear B.C. Class 5 Drivers license.
  • Standard First Aid.
  • BCRPA High 5 Child Development
  • Understanding of the Best Practices in education, recreation, social services.
  • Knowledge and experience with desktop publishing, Corel Word Perfect, and office equipment.
  • Patience, sense of humour, ability to solve problems.

Recommended Skills, Qualifications and Certificates:

  • Ability to run programs in French is an asset.
  • Ability to communicate in more than one language is an asset.
  • Safety First Aid

Suitability for Applicants

Education:

-2nd – 4th year Post- Secondary Students who study in areas like education, social work, child and youth, and recreation management.

 

Interest towards a Future Career Position in:

-Teaching

-Social Workers

-Counselling

-Recreational Coordinator or Manager

 

Experience:

-Working in recreation, community programs, education or related field.

-Supporting and supervising staff, volunteers, children and youth.

-Working with marginalized populations such as people with disabilities, visible minorities, First -Nations, ESL, Immigrants etc

– Satisfactory experience writing program statistical reports, usage reports, sectional reports, and program profit loss reports.

*Selected candidates must sign a release to permit a criminal record review. Employment is subject to passing this criminal record review.

Children & Family Programs Leader

– Access 2 Assets Program

Rate of pay:               $11.00 – $12.00/hr, 35hr/wk

Duration:                    8-10 wks

Position Availability: TBA

Mandatory Eligibility Position Requirements:

This position is partially funded through Human Resources Development Canada’s: Canada Summer Jobs program. Participants therefore must meet the information in this box before meeting any of the following criteria.

·         Are between 15 and 30 years of age;

·         Have been registered as a full-time student in the previous academic year and intend to return to school on a full-time basis in the next academic year;

·         Are Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or have official refugee protection status under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; and

·         Are legally entitled to work in Canada, according to relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations.

 Special Eligibility Position Requirements:

This position is partially funded through Human Resources Development Canada’s: Canada Summer Jobs program. Targeted participants may be specifically recruited according to the program requirements. Therefore, we encourage and may give preference to participants that are:

·         Students with Disabilities

·         Aboriginal students

·         Students who are members of a visible minority

Access 2 Assets Program Overview:

Access 2 Assets provides asset developmental opportunities throughout our communities for students and families of the schools we serve. Our particular focus is on afterschool and out-of-school time programs where students participate in opportunities to develop their community engagement and personal social responsibility skills, thereby strengthening our communities as a whole.

I. KIDS SOCIAL RECREATION PROGRAMS II. FAMILY SOCIAL RECREATION PROGRAMS: III. SPECIAL EVENTS

1.    Sunsational Summer Day Camps

2.     Sunsational Summers Spring into Summer

3.    Family Zone

4.    Academic Support-Excellence programs

5.    Kids Zone

 

1.      Family Outreach Programs:

2.     Take 10 to Read:

3.     Write On: Read, Run, Write, Cut

4.  Keep Vancouver Spectacular

 

Special Mini-Small Events:

1.      Imagination Market

2.    Family Fun Days

Mega-Large Events:

1.      Fraser Street Festival

2.     Carnivale in July

3.    July and August Olympic Days

Special Event Out trips:

1.      Richmond Oval

2.     Trout Lake

3.    Whistler Camping Trip

 

*Individuals will be working in one of these areas based on suitability

 Student Work Tasks and Responsibilities:

Leadership-Mentoring

  • Be a positive role model as an employee and citizen.
  • Lead children, youth in activities and events.
  • Liaise and support the building engineers and custodial staff.
  • Regularly meet & greet the participants, parents and assistant staff/volunteers of the programs.
  • Support the teachers, parents, children, and pre-teen participants, within our programs in all applicable areas such as information needed, subsidy requests, etc.
  • Provide constant supervision of participants in our programs and services
    • Work as a direct service provider, designed by the Program Manager and/or Community Schools Coordinator under the direction of the Program Leader.

 Program Planning, Designing, Implementing and Promoting

  • Maintain community programs supply and equipment room(s), cupboards and work areas.
  • Answer phones and perform program registration as required, inform registrants of changes due to weather closures, conflicts etc.
  • Research, analyze and make suggestions or changes for future programs.
  • Work with Community School Coordinator to acquire resources, supplies, discounts, sponsors etc.

 Administration:

  • Identify and seek a variety of alternative sources of revenue including fund raising, sponsorships and partnerships.
  • Administer daily registrations and attendance procedure.
  • Provide assistance for written correspondence, activity reports, thank-you letters, confirmations, incident reports.
  • Maintain personal petty cash if applicable.

 Facility & Office Management:

  • Order program or facility supplies and equipment.
  • Inspect the building and venues, equipment and monitoring programs to ensure safety to the program participants.
  • Perform daily list of facility duties as prescribed and to be determined with Supervisor.
  • Interact with program participants and members of the public regarding customer service and programming concerns.
  • Learn existing and develop operational policies and procedures.
  • Check the office log for a list of items and follow and accomplish each.

 Report: Oral and Written:

  • Assist with program statistical reports, usage reports, sectional reports, and program profit loss reports.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills and abilities

 Other Work:

  • Provide direct leadership as determined and required, such as: Filling in for sick program staff;
  • Perform related work as required.

Required Skills, Qualifications and Certificates:

(Requirements are minimum or recommended, equivalent requirements are accepted if approved)

  • Basic Knowledge and experience with desktop publishing, Corel Word Perfect, and office equipment.
  • Patience, sense of humour, ability to solve problems.
  • Desire to learn and flexibility

Recommended Skills, Qualifications and Certificates:

  • Ability to run programs in French is an asset.
  • Ability to communicate in more than one language is an asset.
  • Safety First Aid
  • BCRPA High 5 Child Development
Suitability for Applicants
Education:

-High school students that intend to study in areas like education, social work, child and youth, and recreation management.

 

Interest towards a Future Career Position in:

-Teaching

-Social Workers

-Counselling

-Recreational Coordinator or Manager

 

Experience:

-Volunteering in education, recreation, social services and/or related fields.

*Selected candidates must sign a release to permit a criminal record review.  Employment is subject to passing this criminal record review.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Children & Family Programs Junior Leader- Access 2 Assets Program

Rate of pay:               $10.25/hr, 35hr/wk

Duration:                    6-10 wks

Position Availability: TBA

Mandatory Eligibility Position Requirements:

This position is partially funded through Human Resources Development Canada’s: Canada Summer Jobs program. Participants therefore must meet the information in this box before meeting any of the following criteria.

·         Are between 15 and 30 years of age;

·         Have been registered as a full-time student in the previous academic year and intend to return to school on a full-time basis in the next academic year;

·         Are Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or have official refugee protection status under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; and

·         Are legally entitled to work in Canada, according to relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations.

 Special Eligibility Position Requirements:

This position is partially funded through Human Resources Development Canada’s: Canada Summer Jobs program. Targeted participants may be specifically recruited according to the program requirements. Therefore, we encourage and may give preference to participants that are:

·         Students with Disabilities

·         Aboriginal students

·         Students who are members of a visible minority

Access 2 Assets Program Overview:

Access 2 Assets provides asset developmental opportunities throughout our communities for students and families of the schools we serve. Our particular focus is on afterschool and out-of-school time programs where students participate in opportunities to develop their community engagement and personal social responsibility skills, thereby strengthening our communities as a whole.

I. KIDS SOCIAL RECREATION PROGRAMS II. FAMILY SOCIAL RECREATION PROGRAMS: III. SPECIAL EVENTS

6.    Sunsational Summer Day Camps

7.     Sunsational Summers Spring into Summer

8.    Family Zone

9.    Academic Support-Excellence programs

10.  Kids Zone

 

5.     Family Outreach Programs:

6.     Take 10 to Read:

7.     Write On: Read, Run, Write, Cut

8.  Keep Vancouver Spectacular

 

Special Mini-Small Events:

3.     Imagination Market

4.    Family Fun Days

Mega-Large Events:

4.     Fraser Street Festival

5.     Carnivale in July

6.    July and August Olympic Days

Special Event Out trips:

4.     Richmond Oval

5.     Trout Lake

6.    Whistler Camping Trip

 

*Individuals will be working in one of these areas based on suitability

Student Work Tasks and Responsibilities:

Leadership-Mentoring

  • Be a positive role model as an employee and citizen.
  • Lead children, youth in activities and events.
  • Liaise and support the building engineers and custodial staff.
  • Regularly meet & greet the participants, parents and assistant staff/volunteers of the programs.
  • Support the teachers, parents, children, and pre-teen participants, within our programs in all applicable areas such as information needed, subsidy requests, etc.
  • Provide constant supervision of participants in our programs and services
    • Work as a direct service provider, designed by the Program Manager and/or Community Schools Coordinator under the direction of the Program Leader.

 Program Planning, Designing, Implementing and Promoting

  • Maintain community programs supply and equipment room(s), cupboards and work areas.
  • Answer phones and perform program registration as required, inform registrants of changes due to weather closures, conflicts etc.
  • Research, analyze and make suggestions or changes for future programs.
  • Work with Community School Coordinator to acquire resources, supplies, discounts, sponsors etc.

 Administration:

  • Identify and seek a variety of alternative sources of revenue including fund raising, sponsorships and partnerships.
  • Administer daily registrations and attendance procedure.
  • Provide assistance for written correspondence, activity reports, thank-you letters, confirmations, incident reports.
  • Maintain personal petty cash if applicable.

 Facility & Office Management:

  • Order program or facility supplies and equipment.
  • Inspect the building and venues, equipment and monitoring programs to ensure safety to the program participants.
  • Perform daily list of facility duties as prescribed and to be determined with Supervisor.
  • Interact with program participants and members of the public regarding customer service and programming concerns.
  • Learn existing and develop operational policies and procedures.
  • Check the office log for a list of items and follow and accomplish each.

 Report: Oral and Written:

  • Assist with program statistical reports, usage reports, sectional reports, and program profit loss reports.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills and abilities

 Other Work:

  • Provide direct leadership as determined and required, such as: Filling in for sick program staff;
  • Perform related work as required.

Required Skills, Qualifications and Certificates:

(Requirements are minimum or recommended, equivalent requirements are accepted if approved)

  • Basic Knowledge and experience with desktop publishing, Corel Word Perfect, and office equipment.
  • Patience, sense of humour, ability to solve problems.
  • Desire to learn and flexibility

Recommended Skills, Qualifications and Certificates:

  • Ability to run programs in French is an asset.
  • Ability to communicate in more than one language is an asset.
  • Safety First Aid
  • BCRPA High 5 Child Development
Suitability for Applicants
Education:

-High school students that intend to study in areas like education, social work, child and youth, and recreation management.

 

Interest towards a Future Career Position in:

-Teaching

-Social Workers

-Counselling

-Recreational Coordinator or Manager

 

Experience:

-Volunteering in education, recreation, social services and/or related fields.

*Selected candidates must sign a release to permit a criminal record review. Employment is subject to passing this criminal record review.