The Peel District School Board is recruiting Lunchroom Supervisors. Opportunities are available to work at schools throughout Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga.
What is a lunchroom supervisor?
Lunchroom Supervisors supports students in regular, early learning and special needs classes to provide lunch break supervision on a daily or supply basis. Special needs students may have significant health/medical and/or behavioural needs.
Who can be a lunchroom supervisor? What qualifications do you need?
We're looking for lunchroom supervisors with the following skills and qualities:
- experience working with children
- ability to ensure the safety and security of students
- ability to communicate with staff, students and parents
- willingness to work with students with different needs and capabilities
- ability to work with students with different cultural and language backgrounds
- ability to work as a team player
- proven record of attendance and punctuality
- demonstrated commitment to working in a diverse school community and/or work environment
What will lunchroom supervisors do?
As a lunchroom supervisor, you'll ensure the safety and security of students by providing supervision in the classrooms during lunch breaks.
Where are lunchroom supervisors needed?
We need lunchroom supervisors in schools in Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga.
How much time is involved?
Lunchroom supervisors will generally work approximately one hour per day (or more depending on the school's requirements) during the school year from September to June.
What are the benefits of being a lunchroom supervisor?
As a lunchroom supervisor, you will earn $14.35 an hour plus 4% vacation pay.
How can you apply?
Since this is a casual position that works daily or on-call, on a day-to-day basis during the school year (September to June), lunchroom supervisors must live within a reasonable distance to the school.
Lunchroom supervisors are hired by schools directly. Interested candidates should contact the school within your surrounding neighbourhood to inquire if there are any opportunities. Applicants should submit a covering letter and resume outlining why you would like to be a lunchroom supervisor, your experience and/or your interest in working with children with special needs. You will also be required to provide two supervisory references.
We appreciate the interest of all applicants, but will only be interviewing candidates, whose skills, experience and qualifications best meet the requirements of the position.
Criminal Record Check
For the safety of students, successful candidates will be required to submit a satisfactory Vulnerable Sector Criminal Record
Check prior to the commencement of any employment duties. Recent changes made by the RCMP have resulted in significant processing delays for some candidates. You may wish to start the process to obtain your criminal record check as soon as possible.
Commitment to Equity
The Peel District School Board is committed to equity in employment. We are committed to equitable hiring practices that allow us to hire qualified staff who reflect the full diversity of the Region of Peel. We will make any reasonable accommodation, based on any of the human rights protected grounds, to support candidates to participate in the hiring process.
When contacted, candidates will be provided with an overview of the various elements of the selection process, such as tests and skill demonstrations. We will provide employment accommodation (i.e. an accessible location, rescheduling of interviews that fall on holy days) if we are advised of an applicant's needs in advance of any part of the selection process.