Begins: March, 2023
Hourly Rate Range: $20-$30 /hr (approximately 15 hours per week), flexible based on school operation days, including the possibility of school breaks
Open to: Current contract and external candidates
The Aftercare Coordinator will be responsible for the day-to-day organization, administration and operation of our Aftercare Program, ensuring a healthy, safe, caring, and inclusive environment for our students, inside and outside the school.
Through the lens of our current strategic commitments, the Coordinator is responsible for:
Scaffolding Student Success
Constructing Foundational Structures
Dismantling Inequitable Systems
In your first year at Montcrest you’ll be directly involved in:
Aftercare Program development
Collaboratively expanding and improving the current aftercare program.
Collaboratively developing and implementing school break programming.
Collaboratively developing and implementing after school paid programming.
Fostering an Inclusive Community
Building trusting relationships between students, teachers, parents, staff and leaders.
Consultatively considering the range of programming needs for Montcrest families.
Ensuring aftercare staff and outside providers are appropriately trained and provide programming that meets the needs of students within the program.
Building relationships with external program providers and off-site venues.
I understand that…
A qualification in Education and a commitment to ongoing professional learning are integral to effective practice.
Building a culture of inclusion will help our students feel safe and have a fun after school experience.
The same policies and procedures that ensure a safe environment during the school day can be implemented during after school hours.
I am able to…
Make intentional plans for learning and care within the aftercare environment.
See the big picture of the program in order to plan meaningful sequences of programming.
Collaborate with students, parents, educators, leaders, and other professionals.
Communicate effectively through clear, direct and supportive written, verbal, and digital skills.
Provide leadership to aftercare staff.
Co-create safe, positive learning environments.
I am becoming more…
Aware of students’ interests and how to weave them into programming.
Empathetic, caring and compassionate with learners, families, and colleagues.
Open to challenging own perspectives and biases.
Montcrest School is an independent JK to Grade 8 school in the heart of Toronto. It is situated on the traditional territories of the Wendat, Anishinabeg, Chippewa, Haudenosaunee Confederacy and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations.
Montcrest is a welcoming community that specializes in cultivating incredible young people. We believe in small class sizes and unparalleled student-teacher relationships. We believe individuality is something to protect, not suppress. And we believe in meeting our students with the ideal supports—and just right challenges—for each age and stage, so they emerge as secure, self-directed young people who excel in academics and in life. Simply put, Montcrest helps children become who they’re meant to be.
We are committed to equity and inclusion. We are working to dismantle inequitable systems and to establish a community where all diversity is a source of strength and creativity. We thank all candidates for their interest in working as part of our team. At this time we are only able to progress candidates with current work status in Canada.
We are debiasing our hiring process as part of our commitment to foster an inclusive community. Candidates are asked to complete the following form by 28th February, 2023. If you do not have a google account, please also email your CV and evidence of practice to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your responses to the form should outline how you demonstrate the About You section. It will also illustrate how you imagine your first year in the role. We will not view your CV as part of the initial screening process. Responses will be anonymized and randomized prior to screening. We will screen candidate responses based on the alignment with the knowledge, competencies and character required for this position. The intent is to minimize bias in the first assessment stage.
2. Initial Conversation
Successful candidates selected to move forward in the process will be contacted to arrange an informal conversation. On this call, you can ask us questions about the school and the role. You will also hear more about our skill-based hiring process.
3. Scenario skill-based Interview
You will engage in a formal interview where we will engage with skill-based scenarios. You will be provided with further information prior to this stage.
4. Authentic Belonging Interview
If successful, you will progress to a final interview where we will discuss the school vision, mission, values and learning principles and any new questions you might have for us.
For more information about Montcrest School please visit montcrest.ca.