*THERE ARE TWO STEPS TO THIS APPLICATION PROCESS. YOUR APPLCATION IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL YOU COMPLETE STEP 2. PLEASE READ TO THE END OF THIS SECTION.
Welcome! We are thrilled you have decided to apply for a Inclusion Program Leader I position with us. We know you’re excited to get going, and we are too, but hold your horses because there is some important information that you need to know before moving on with your application. Please read this page in its entirety before submitting your application as there are new steps for Summer 2022.
IMPORTANT: The process of applying for a Inclusion Program Leader 1 Summer Camp Position is now a two-step process.
STEP ONE: You have arrived at the right place. This step ensures you have submitted your resume, and supporting documents to the official Saanich Careers page. That’s the one you’re currently looking at. Simply follow the prompts at the end of this page and apply to the position.
STEP TWO: Once you have completed step one, you will need to head over to our RecOnline portal and create your own personal applicant profile. Please click the link below to complete step two. When you arrive, please follow the prompts as directed.
STEP TWO LINK: Complete your Inclusion Program Leader I profile online here
Ready for a Summer to remember? Keep reading…
As an Inclusion Program Leader, you will rely on your leadership skills to supervise and assist participants with additional physical, behavioural or developmental support requirements in a variety of camp settings. Inclusion Program Leaders will assist with activity adaptations, and work cooperatively with participants, parents, and supervisors to ensure camp safety and accessibility.
Summer Camps 5 to 12 years of age
Various locations include Gordon Head Recreation Centre, Pearkes Recreation Centre, Cedar Hill Recreation, Saanich Commonwealth Place or off-site locations, such as: SNPP Parks Locations, Gordon Head Middle School, Royal Oak Middle School, and other locations within the community. (Acting, Cooking, Engineering, Gymnastics, Outdoor Programs, Sports, Wilderness Adventure, etc.).
Requirements include completion of Grade 10; three months experience working directly with participants in a recreational, day camp, or instructional setting, including experience with children with behaviour difficulties, disabilities and additional support needs; satisfactory police information check, Emergency First-Aid and CPR-C. The ideal candidates will have the ability to be inclusive and flexible to ensure a positive environment is created for all participants; demonstrated customer service and interpersonal skills; ability to maintain a high degree of enthusiasm and personal motivation. The successful candidates will be required to work varying shifts, Monday through Friday, length and times will vary between 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (hours/shifts are subject to change).
Term: June – September 2022
Please note: If shortlisted, applicants must provide proof of completion of Grade 10 and current Emergency First Aid and CPR-C at time of interview.