After School Program Staff (ASP)- Prep School

Job Description
Employment Terms: Part-Time, 10 Month Contract
Start Date: September 5, 2023
Upper Canada College (UCC) is focused on making the world a more just and inclusive place through dialogue and teamwork. With a commitment to equity and fairness, students learn that what makes us different as individuals makes us stronger as a community. A rigorous academic program is supported by accomplished faculty, exceptional co-curricular programming, and state-of-the-art facilities. The UCC experience is underpinned by five core values: learning, pluralism, service, community, and wellbeing. Among its strategic goals is UCC’s ambition to become more diverse and inclusive. This is supported by a recognition that no learning community is whole without the inclusion and amplification of multiple voices; UCC is committed to fostering belonging, striving for justice and peace among all people, and addressing systemic and structural forms of oppression.
Position Overview:

To provide after-school care for preparatory school boys to service our parents outside of regular school hours.


Student Supervision:

  • Ensure that boys are under staff supervision at all times;
  • Supervise and monitor attendance; sign students in and out of the program;
  • Supervise and assist with homework completion; daily agenda checks;
  • Supervise students using various resources at different locations (Prep fields, Arena, Sport Court etc);
  • Supervise after-school snack;
  • Oversee the sign-out process.
Program Supervision:
  • Facilitate, organize and supervise after school clubs for small groups;
  • Supervise recreational club activities;
  • Supervise club programs such as cooking, art club, creative writing etc;
  • Supervise and facilitate contractor responsibilities.
Parent Communication:
  • Ensure parent communication; incident reports, student challenges;
  • Liaise with the ASP On-site Supervisor and ASP Coordinator about student and parental issues.
Student Wellbeing:
  • Encourage and model positive student interaction;
  • Promote a positive, engaging, happy environment for boys;
  • Encourage students in their pursuit of learning;
  • Care for young student needs and provide guidance.
  • Welcome and offer assistance to all visitors who enter the reception area;
  • Direct telephone calls to the appropriate recipient.
Experience, Knowledge and Competencies:
  • Work experience from other after school programs, camps, or daycares. Work experience in camp like setting providing supervision and instruction for boys clubs, and/or activities;
  • Interested in working with children in a fast-paced, energized environment;
  • Enrolled in or have completed a diploma or degree program such as Teaching or ECE would be an asset;
  • Lifeguarding or coaching qualifications/experience would be an asset;
  • Knowledge of UCC ASP work procedures including sign in/out responsibilities and daily UCC routines (facility use, faculty schedules, dismissal procedures etc);
  • Knowledge of CFL trained guidelines and methods;
  • School/college policies and standards for students;
  • Knowledge of recreational sports, varying club activities;
  • Knowledge of how to engage the boys in activities;
  • Knowledge of, and commitment to, boys’ education;
  • Knowledge of the objectives of the programs at the ASP;
  • Ability to anticipate and resolve conflicts, scheduling issues, facility challenges, etc;
  • Ability to work with boys and keep them organized and reflecting behaviour of a respectful UCC boy;
  • Ability to organize and operate a club or activity for 8 weeks of programming;
  • Ability to identify potential areas of risk, and develop programs to mitigate the risk and redirect activity in more healthy directions;
  • Ability to identify and assess grounds related problems caused by weather, pests or other factors, and communicate them to the supervisor;
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member;
  • Ability to plan and organize special event days and other activities;
  • Ability to establish good working relationships across the school / college and with fellow colleagues;
  • Ability to keep management apprised of issues and present proposed action recommendations.
What we Offer:
  • Free on campus parking;
  • A supportive and flexible work environment.
If you have the majority of the qualifications we’re looking for, we encourage you to express your interest by submitting your application.
UCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity, encouraging applications from all qualified individuals and welcome applications from women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ persons. UCC embraces pluralism – celebrating differences, cherishing similarities, and giving voice to multiple perspectives. If you are contacted regarding a UCC opportunity, please advise if you require any accommodations.
Please apply online by creating a “ “Support”” profile account by Tuesday, July 4th, 2023. We thank all candidates in advance; however, we will contact only those selected for an interview.
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