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Youth animator

Job description:
Under the supervision of management, the animator is responsible in welcoming the participants, evaluate their needs and interest,participate in the planning and organization of activities and events,participate in teamwork, compile statistics and applications and also provide a safe and healthy environment for everyone. This program reaches out to youth in the community and schools in the region of the Pontiac between the ages of 6 and 17years. It is a service offered between 21 and 28 hours a week within the community and local schools.

- College or University degree inSpecial Education, Social Work, Leisure and Sport or relevant experience in the field.
- Experience in working with young people aged 6 to 17 years.
- Dynamic and well organized person.
- Bilingual English-French spoken and written.
- Knowledge of Word, Publisher, Excel, Power Point, etc.
- Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle;
- CPR and first aid (can be obtained after hiring).
- Organize and plan sports, recreation and community activities.

•Be committed.
• Strong communication and presentation skills.
•Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
•Availability to work evenings and weekends and adjust to a varied and flexible schedule.

Terms of use:
• Hourly rate is variable according to the pay scale, experience and qualification.
•Provide mandatory minimum availability(day,evening and night).

The candidate(s) that meet the requirements and want (s) to submit their applications are requested to send a cover letter and resume by Friday October 11th 2019 before 4 PM.
Only selected candidates will be contacted.

Les Maisons des jeunes du Pontiac
Stéphane Durocher, General Director
298 A Principal Street
Mansfield (Québec) J0X 1R0

Phone: 819.683-1044
Fax: 819.683-2669


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