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School Programs Supervisor

The High Park Nature Centre (HPNC) is a charitable organization that was established in 1999. Our mission is to promote awareness and respect for nature through year-round, hands-on outdoor nature education and park stewardship. The HPNC is a small and nimble organization that serves a diverse audience of over 14,000 people annually from across the Greater Toronto Area. Our experienced team of educators operates in a collaborative, supportive and inclusive work environment that enables unique programming and opportunities for learning and growth. We are currently underway with a capital campaign to fund the High Park Visitor and Nature Centre which will create a focal point for park life. This is an exciting time to join the HPNC team.

The High Park Nature Centre is committed to being a progressive organization that is guided by principles of equity, respect and inclusion.

We continuously strive to broaden the diversity of our participants, staff and Board – inclusive of race, gender, sexual orientation, identity, religion, ability, ethnicity, experience, national origin and the many other traits that are reflective of the vibrant character and heritage of Canada.

As we work to honour our relationship with the Indigenous Nations of the lands we are situated upon, we encourage applications from Indigenous people and others who have experience in the area of Indigenous-Settler relations.

School Programs Supervisor

Job Type: Full-time, Contract (parental/maternal leave coverage)
Reports to: Programs Director
Hours of Work:

Start Date:  September 12, 2022
End Date: October 23, 2023
Rate of Pay: $20.00/hour
Application Deadline: August 21, at 11:59PM

Reporting to the Programs Director, the School Programs Supervisor will be an important member of both the teaching staff and HR staff. About 50% of this role involves coordinating programs and supervising and mentoring part-time coordinators, coordinating recruitment, and training of new staff, and supporting the Programs Supervisor and Programs Director with day-to-day operations. About 50% of this role is teaching, mostly to early years (ages 0-5 and their caregivers), children ages 6-10, school children, and adults. During July and August, our summer camp season, the School Programs Supervisor will be directly involved in summer camp through teaching programs and mentoring seasonal staff.

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Main duties:

Teaching

Program Coordination, Planning and Administration

Human Resources

Financial

Communications

On-Going

The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following knowledge, experience, skills and attributes:

Assets:

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