Exciting career opportunity with a growing School District!

Noon Hour Supervision Assistants

On-call, temporary and permanent positions available

If you enjoy working with school-aged children and only want to work part-time, working as a Supervision Assistant at SD62 could be what you are looking for.  Supervision Assistants play a vital role in the lives of children at our schools by assisting to provide a caring and safe environment for students during their non-instructional time.  Assignments range from 1 to 8 hours per week working at either an

Elementary (Grades K-5) or Middle (Grades 6-8) School. 

About the District….

The Sooke School District is the fastest growing school district on Vancouver Island and one of the fastest growing districts in British Columbia and employs approximately 1,800 staff and has a student population of over 12,000. The District operates in five municipalities: Langford, Colwood, Metchosin, Sooke and the Highlands and acknowledges the nations on which our schools are built, including T’Sou-ke Nation, Sc'ianew Nation, Pacheedaht Nation, and all South Island Coast Salish Nations, specifically Esquimalt Nation and Songhees Nation. Our vision is to honour student voice and choice through engaging, purposeful and experiential learning in a safe and respectful community.

What we offer…

What you need to apply...

As a Supervision Assistant, we are looking for candidates that have a passion for working with children and demonstrate patience and understanding to support a welcoming and safe environment for children.  Candidates should also have the following education and experience:

How to apply…

School District No. 62 (Sooke) is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace that is free of discrimination and harassment.  We believe in a learning and work environment that is welcoming and safe that values, reflects and appreciates differences.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Grade 12 graduation or equivalent.
  2. Three months of experience and over.
  3. Patience with, and care for, students and a demonstrated aptitude for the work to be performed.
  4. Ability to follow school district policy and procedures.
  5. Be able to follow school “Code of Conduct” and reinforce the values to children.
  6. An ability to work well with other adults.
  7. A desire to help children.
  8. Self-assurance and a well modulated voice with the ability to speak fluently and communicate well.
  9. Appreciation of the confidential nature of all information relating to students, parents and teachers.
  10. Holder of a valid Occupational First Aid – Level One Certificate.

RESPONSIBLE TO:  Principal

JOB GOAL:  To assist in providing a well organized, supervised school environment in which students can take full advantage of their non-instructional time.

 Performance Responsibilities:

  1. Assists administration in duties relating to supervision of students during non-instructional time.
  2.  Dispenses first aid and tends to children in sick room.
  3.  Responsible for lunch, snack and clean-up routines.
  4.  May assist children with clothing and dressing as required.
  5.  Performs related work as required such as bus loading and unloading.