Registered Early Childhood Educator (RECE) Supervisor

Registered Early Childhood Educator (RECE) Supervisor

The Registered Early Childhood Educator (RECE) Supervisor is responsible for overseeing, implementing and evaluating all components of the Aboriginal Headstart program and Child Care program. The RECE Supervisor is responsible for the supervision and guidance of all staff under these two programs inclusive of the RECE’s, Child Care Workers, Van Drivers, Maintenance/cleaners, Cook and other staff and volunteers of the program.

Youth Outreach Worker

Youth Outreach Worker

Responsible for implementing all components of the Biwaase’aa programs. These programs provide youth ages 7-18 with activities that promote culture, physical activity, healthy eating & nutrition, positive personal development and literacy & numeracy support.

Cook

Cook

The Cook is responsible for the daily operation of the kitchen and provision of healthy and nutritional food services for children (ages 18 months to 72 months) at Thunder Bay Aboriginal Head Start (TBAHS). The Cook will work in strict compliance with the Child Care and Early Years Act 2014, Thunder Bay District Health Unit and other applicable legislation.

After School Assistant

After School Assistant

Under the authority of the Program Supervisor of Biwaase’aa, the After-School Assistant (ASA) is responsible for working with the Youth Outreach Workers in the implementation of the After-School components of Biwaase’aa. The After-School program provides youth ages seven to eighteen (7-18) with activities that promote culture, physical activity, healthy eating and nutrition, positive personal development and literacy support.

Student Parent Support Workers (SPSW)

Student Parent Support Workers

Under the direct supervision of the Program Director the Pathways Supervisor, is responsible for overseeing all components of the Thunder Bay Pathways Program. The Pathways Supervisor is responsible for the supervision and guidance of the Student Parent Support Workers (SPSW), Youth Facilitators, and other Volunteers and Students.

HR Administrative Assistant

HR Administrative Assistant

Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Human Resources/Administrative Assistant will support daily HR activities and assist with the day-to-day operations of the human resource functions. Duties will include reviewing and recommending changes to the HR policies, job descriptions, job postings, hiring and onboarding processes. The HR Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support to the Executive Director and RECE Supervisor.

Finance Clerk

Finance Clerk

Under the authority of the Program Supervisor of Biwaase’aa, the After-School Assistant (ASA) is responsible for working with the Youth Outreach Workers in the implementation of the After-School components of Biwaase’aa. The After-School program provides youth ages seven to eighteen (7-18) with activities that promote culture, physical activity, healthy eating and nutrition, positive personal development and literacy support.

Biwaase’aa Program Supervisor

Biwaase’aa Program Supervisor

Responsible for overseeing all components of the Biwaase’aa program and is responsible for
the supervision and guidance of Youth Outreach Workers, After School Assistants,
placement students and volunteers of the program.

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