Employment

BVO is currently hiring the following:

EarlyON

EarlyON Facilitator 
  • Role modeling play based learning
  • Planning and implementing interactive programs for parents/caregivers and their children up to 6 years of age indoors and outdoors according to CCEYA (Child Care and Early Years Act)
  • Provide information and referrals
  • Coordinate as appropriate monthly calendar, Stats, email, and Facebook page management
  • Participate in EarlyON meetings with Grey County
  • Available for staff meetings, training and workshops

Summer Seasonal

Retail Sales Clerk

The Retail Sales Clerk will be able to fill any of the roles needed in the Treasure Shop or in the sorting department when needed. Training will be provided in each of these areas as needed.

  • employment (9 weeks)
  • starting July 4th, 2022
  • Must be 15-30 years of age

Sorter-Recyclable Materials Position

The Sorter-Recyclable Materials person is responsible for the physical disbursement of donations to the Treasure Shop under the supervision of the Treasure Shop Manager (TSM). This includes intake, storage and send-on, as well as recycling.

  • employment (9 weeks)
  • starting July 4th, 2022
  • Must be 15-30 years of age

Preschool

Full-time Early Childhood Educator’s (RECE)

  • Care of children aged 12 months to 4 years in a group setting with the possibility of school aged children
  • Planning and teaching a creative learning program as led by the interest of the children
  • Provide supervision and guidance through daily activities & special activities including documentation
  • Working as part of a team
  • Prepare and serve meals/snacks
  • Regular cleaning of classroom
  • Attend meetings and workshops to develop and discuss new teaching methods including professional and staff development training

Supply Staff

The successful applicant will be responsible for, but not limited to:

  • Supervising children and promoting their development in all areas
  • Working as part of a team
  • Serving meals/snacks
  • Supporting children to participate in all aspects of our preschool program

Preschool Maternity Leave

The successful applicant will be responsible for, but not limited to:

  • Care of children aged 12 months to 4 years in a group setting.
  • Planning and teaching a creative learning program as led by the interest of the children
  • Provide supervision and guidance through daily activities & special activities including documentation
  • Working as part of a team
  • Prepare and serve meals/snacks
  • Regular cleaning of classroom
  • Attend meetings and workshops to develop and discuss new teaching methods including professional and staff development training

Kids

Kids Club After School Program staff

The successful applicant will be responsible for, but not limited to:

  • Facilitate a well-rounded After School Program at Beaver Valley
    Community School where indoor & outdoor play is incorporated
  • Role modeling play based learning
  • Available for staff meetings, training, and workshops

Summer Fun Day Camp - Day Camp Counsellor(s) (15 to 30 Years of Age)

BVO is now accepting resumes for summer seasonal employment (July 4th – September 2nd,
2022) for up to 4 Day Camp Counsellor positions. The successful applicant(s) will:

  • Participate in all program activities
  • Plan and carry out activities
  • Ensure safe play and supervision of children
  • Role model positive interactions
  • Encourage children to participate in and enjoy all day camp activities (indoor and outdoor)
  • Establish and maintain good communication with coworkers and parents

Why Donate

Local families are able to access our emergency food cubby, clothing & household items, and fresh fruit and vegetables throughout the year. A parent receives recreational funding to help enroll their child in organized hockey/dance or other activities of their choice. Children of local families receive quality childcare right in their own community. Seniors and caregivers benefit from important information and resources available to maximize their quality of life.

For over 35 years, BVO and its many volunteers have been working hard to enhance the lives of people in The Blue Mountains, from infants to seniors, with quality programs and services. While proceeds from our Treasure Shop sales and government funding go a long way to fund BVO’s good work, financial support from the community is always needed. People give for different reasons and in different ways: to support a cause that is important to them and make an impact in their community; to ensure that their memory lives on in a meaningful way; to help reduce taxes while supporting charitable causes that align with their values. Some hold 3rd party fundraisers, where they participate in an engaging event while having fun and raising money that will help locals in our community when times are tough. 

There are many ways in which you can support BVO, both now and in the future. Please consider giving to BVO to help us continue “making good things happen in our community”.

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