Casual Early Learning Assistants
This posting is intended for external candidates.
Location:  Elementary schools within the Board, as needed
Nature of Position:  Casual, on call, within extended day programs
Salary:  Starting at $15.45 per hour, plus vacation pay
Summary : Working under the direction of the Early Childhood Educator, the Early Learning Assistant (Extended Day Program) assists in the provision of childcare to students before and after school (including professional activity day and school break periods); enhancing child-based play; encouraging and guiding, and modeling appropriate behaviour techniques. Performs other duties to support the overall objectives and goals of the program. A working knowledge of English is required. A working knowledge of French is required for some positions.  Sign language would be considered an asset.
Required Qualifications
Completion of a High School diploma, and;
Minimum one (1) year post-secondary experience providing childcare to school age children in a group setting;
An equivalent combination of education and experience may also be considered.

• Sign language would be considered an asset.
Current First Aid certification/CPR Level C is required.
Police Record Check for the Vulnerable sector, valid within the last 6 months is required upon hire.

All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply!
Candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted by email.  Only those who are selected will be contacted. Retired OCDSB employees who wish to be considered for casual supply work must apply to a posting to be considered.
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a condition of employment, all new employees will be required to submit a Police Record Check for the vulnerable sector and proof of completion of the Mandatory Workplace Violence and Harassment Training and Working Alone Training prior to their start date with the OCDSB.
Persons with disabilities who need accommodations in the interview process should email a request to The application package is available in accessible formats upon request.

Thank you for considering employment with the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board.