THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 33 (Chilliwack)
Supervision Assistant Staffing – CASUAL
For Mount Slesse Middle School
Electronic Applications must be submitted through Make a Future www.makeafuture.ca and include a cover letter and resume by 12:00 p.m., Friday, May 14, 2021.
The Chilliwack School District is looking for enthusiastic, qualified Supervision Assistants. We are looking for Supervision Assistants who are willing to work on an “on-call” basis. You would be required to be available for daily call outs to replace employees who are absent. The hours will range from 11:00 am. to 1:30 p.m. and are for a one hour duration. The wage is $23.32 per hour.
Interested applicants should submit a complete application package that includes:
· a cover letter
· a detailed resume
· the names and contact information of at least two individuals who have
supervised your work with children, youth, or adults
Please apply on Make a Future (www.makeafuture.ca/chilliwack) prior to May 14, 2021 to:
Ms. Danielle Wicker (Principal of Mount Slesse Middle School)
Chilliwack School District No. 33 (Chilliwack)
Division: 5 (Education Assistant)
Reports to: Principal
With minimal direction, the Supervision Assistant monitors student behaviour and provides assistance to students during non-instructional time. He/she works cooperatively with other employees and students.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Monitors student behaviour inside the school and on the grounds, and ensures students are in assigned areas.
- Administers First Aid to students.
- Administers student medication as directed by the Principal.
- Reports safety and discipline concerns to principal or designate.
- Promotes and fosters cooperative relationships.
- Distributes activity materials and equipment.
- Performs other student supervision related or emergent duties.
First aid kit.
Required Knowledge, Ability, Skills
- Completion of Grade 10 or equivalent.
- Over six months' experience working with children.
- A valid Safety Oriented First Aid Certificate.
- Ability to extend and model patience, care, tolerance and understanding.
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Ability to perform individually and as part of a team.
- Ability to use tact, diplomacy and human relations skills for frequent contacts of a difficult, specialized or sensitive nature for such purposes as influencing, persuading or securing the co-operation of others when dealing with the public, parents, staff and students.
- Ability to work with special needs students.
July 1, 1994
Revised: April 29, 2014