SUMMER EMPLOYMENT: Literacy Summer Camp Facilitators

  • Location: Sydney, NS
  • Deadline: June 18, 2022 at 12:00 pm

CSAP 22-552 – Literacy Summer Camp Facilitators – Centre scolaire Étoile de l’Acadie

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Date: 2022-05-30

Place of work: Centre scolaire Étoile de l’Ac, NS, CA, B1P 7C6

Company: Nova Scotia Regional Centres for Education & CSAP


The Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP) offers quality education from pre-kindergarten to grade 12, in French as a first language in minority settings. Our Council plays an active role in the development of cultural identity and the promotion of the French language in the Acadian and Francophone cultural context of Nova Scotia.

The CSAP has 22 schools, attended by more than 6,500 students. More than 1,000 employees who ensure the education of students and support them in order to promote their academic, cultural and identity development.

We are pleased to offer the following job opportunity:

Literacy Summer Camp Facilitators

Centre scolaire Étoile de l’Acadie

Deadline for applications (YYYY/MM/DD): 2022-06-06 at 23:59

Trade union: Non-unionized (8400)

Place of work: Etoile de l’Ac School Centre

Type of position: Up

Start date: 2022-07-06 End date (if applicable): 2022-08-24


Summary of Responsibilities

CSAP invites interested candidates to apply for the temporary position of Summer Literacy Camp Facilitator. We encourage qualified individuals who are African-Neo-Scotians, members of visible minorities, women (for positions where they are traditionally underrepresented), persons with disabilities, Indigenous peoples or members of the LGBTQ+ community to apply. The CSAP encourages applicants to identify themselves as part of these groups, where appropriate.

Tasks and responsibilities:

The person holding the position of summer camp facilitator in literacy animates the leisure programs for participants in the first levels of elementary school. She reports to the camp leader. She assists the camp leader in designing and deploying recreational activities as part of a planned curriculum. It may be necessary to provide disability supports in the design of a particular program.

Among his other responsibilities, this person welcomes parents and participants, supports activities, guarantees the safety and fun of participants, organizes equipment and supplies, prepares activities, facilitates the distribution and collection of authorization certificates for outings, facilitates the organization of outings and special events, participates in staff meetings and provides assistance and support to the Head of Education during literacy instruction.

The person must complete specialized training on recreation before the start date of the camp. She will also benefit from other training as part of her job.

Education and experience

  • At least one season/summer of work or volunteer experience with children in leisure time, or equivalent experience (such as working with children in a school setting)
  • A good understanding and knowledge of children’s development
  • Having previous work experience with persons with disabilities will be considered an asset

Technical or job-specific knowledge, skills and training

  • Having a current certificate in first aid and CPR level C will be considered an asset
  • Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry Check

Security Clearance: The applicant may be asked to undergo a job security check.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE: communication, customer service, organization and planning, risk management, teamwork and cooperation, respect for diversity, initiative, decision-making

WORK SCHEDULE: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the week. The applicant must be willing to have a flexible work schedule if the job requires it.

SALARY: non-unionized employee, $18/hour (plus 4% paid leave)

A criminal record check (vulnerable sector) and a letter of verification with the Registry of Abused Children are mandatory. Please take the necessary steps as soon as possible.

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  For more information contact Monika Quigley:  902 631-5468

CSAP wants to promote a diverse and inclusive workplace. We seek to provide equal opportunities for all. We believe in the principles of equity and inclusion in recruitment and want to provide a workplace and school environment that reflects these beliefs. While maintaining high expectations, we are sensitized to promote a better representation of historically disadvantaged or underrepresented groups. We invite all individuals who wish to work at CSAP and who belong to a designated group, to identify themselves in their application profile.

The PSSC respects employment equity.

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