Early Learning Program Teacher-Permanent Part Time
Child Development Centre of Fort St. John and District
Posted on: Jul 10/2018 - 9:30 AM by: Reception

Internal/External Job Posting June 12, 2018  

Position:  Early Learning Program Teacher - Permanent Part time  


Responsibilities and Abilities:                        


  • Provide leadership and mentorship within the Early Learning Program Team in the Playcare (daycare) classroom

  • Establish and maintain positive daily communication and interaction with children, families, other staff and community members
  • Assist the CDC team by  providing quality child care, excellent service to families and building meaningful relationships as per our current program philosophy
  • Ensure all safety and supervision standards are implemented and maintained according to licensing and CDC requirements
  • Enthusiastic and positive nature that embraces respect, honesty, caring, and responsibility.



  • Minimum of a BC Early Childhood Educator Certificate (Must provide certificate number)

  • Child Care First Aid Certification

  Classification / Salary: $20.14 - 25.12/ hour as per Health Sciences Professionals Bargaining Association Grid Level - 85% of Grid 2  


Hours of Work:  7.5 hrs. /day 37.50 hrs. /week


Closing Date: June 26, 2018 4:30 PM.    


Cindy Singer


Early Learning Program Supervisor Child Development Centre of Fort St. John 10417 - 106 Avenue


Fort St. John, BC V1J 2M8


Phone:  250-785-3200 ext. 251 Fax:  250-785-3202


Email:  cindy.singer@cdcfsj.ca  


Note: Qualified internal applicants will be given priority Only those applicants shortlisted for an interview will be contacted            

Overarching Philosophy The Early Learning /Playcare Programs are a play based environment where children gain skills in all developmental domains such as social /emotional, language, cognition, gross and fine motor through open ended play, healthy relationships with teachers and peer interactions. Our program teaches children foundational skills for literacy and mathematics (numeracy) in a fun and developmentally appropriate manner. Children also develop capacity in relationship building, problem solving in an environment that is safe and accepting.  Children have opportunities to explore, build, create, draw, take things apart and do things for themselves. We support exploration of nature and believe that outdoor play is a corner stone for children developing skills such as critical thinking, self-regulation and collaboration. The staff fosters a learning environment where all children of all abilities have the opportunity to grow and develop in a fully integrated and inclusive classroom.  We strive to incorporate the following values into all aspects of our program:


Team work




Family Loyalty /Dependability


Trust /Honesty/Integrity/Openness/Patience

                      If you would like a copy of the full job description please email amanda.baker@cdcfsj.ca