Outdoor Day Camp Monitor

 

Outdoor Day Camp Monitor 

DESCRIPTION IORAHKOTE Camp is a day camp for Indigenous children. With the learning of Indigenous culture as a backdrop, we want children to develop a taste for healthy lifestyles and have the opportunity to experience both physical and social successes in building a healthy self-confidence. 

In the current COVID context, we will still most likely (this could change as health directives change) offer a day camp to our community. This camp will operate for 6 weeks only and the monitor to camper ratio will be 2 monitors (one Native Montréal monitor and one Coyote Program monitor) per 6 campers and a majority portion of the camp will be held outdoors. 

Job Description : Reporting to the camp coordinator, the monitor supervises and animates the campers to ensure that each child has a rewarding experience and that they can benefit from the camp's objectives all while respecting current health regulations. 

Participate in the training before the camp starts; 

Participate in the planning and animate the daily activities of the day camp; 

Facilitate, support and encourage the participation and integration of young people in activities; 

Coach the group, intervene with young people and ensure their safety; 

Participate actively in team meetings 

Collaborate in the maintenance of the premises, as needed; 

Meet the needs of the clientele (campers and parents) as needed 

Contribute to camp improvement and supports evaluation and improvement initiatives; 

Provide daycare outside normal camp hours 

Perform all other related tasks requested by the Day Camp Coordination Team. 

Personal qualities : Leadership, dynamism, creativity, versatility, resourcefulness, sense of responsibility, stress tolerance 

Requirements: 

High school diploma 

Have experience in day camps 

Experience providing services to Aboriginal children 

Be 18 years old or older 

First aid training would be an asset 

Work conditions : 

Seasonal contract from July 13 (to be determined) to August 21, 2020 as well as 4 days of training the week of June 22 

35-40 hours / week for 7 weeks, including training. 

Salary of $ 14.00 per hour 

Work Locations: To be determined, most likely Angrignon Park 

Working hours: 9:00 to 16:00 from Monday to Friday-may fluctuate 

To apply
Interested persons are encouraged to send their curriculum vitae and a letter of interest to the attention of Estelle Séguin, Director of Operations, no later than June 12, 2020.
By email only: rh@nativemontreal.com
Priority will be given to Indigenous candidates
(You are Aboriginal and unsure of meeting the criteria? You are encouraged to apply)
Thank you for your interest in our organization. Note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.