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06 October 2021
We are seeking a vibrant individual to enhance our connections with employers, to assist in connecting individuals to Jobs and uncover the hidden job market. He/she will bring out the best in them and help them strengthen their own unique value. Above all, the Employer Engagement Worker will inspire them to move from dreaming to doing.
In this role, the Employer Engagement Worker will be responsible for seeking employment opportunities from employers, building relationships with them, and increasing diverse opportunities available to our clients. The incumbent will also support employers to understand clients’ abilities, needs and interests. In addition, he/she will support clients to match their skills and interests with employment opportunities and employer needs through job matching and job placement supports. The Employer Engagement Worker will also provide job retention assistance for those individuals who require additional coaching and mentoring in order to maintain employment or to make the next step on their career path.
05 October 2021
As LEF continues to grow and works to be even more responsive to the communities we serve, the number and depth of our partnerships grows as well.
We have many types of partnerships and each needs constant nurturing, each represents a development opportunity for our front-line staff, each has the potential to further our 4 strategic goals: (1) Responsive Growth (2) Sharing our knowledge (3) Equitable Economy (4) Strengthen LEF for scaling.
Many have the potential for future revenue generation in partnership.
This job is very unique and will attract, we think, a wide range of candidates. Please… Don’t apply if you are figuring out how to leave a legacy. Don’t apply if you see yourself as a spokesperson. Don’t apply if day to day grunt work annoys you.
Do apply if you think you can support our staff in leveraging the gifts and talents of our strong and resilient community.
Do apply if you are open to supporting smaller organizations to develop the tools and policies that will enable them to become strong, resilient, and independent.
Do apply if you believe in the importance of neighbourhood groups and that their vision for the future of their community should drive change. Be ready to support LEF staff in learning how best we can support this myriad of priorities.
Finally, now that you have researched LEF, you have a sense of how unique and entrepreneurial we are. Do apply if you think you can bring that posture to this work. Better still, apply if you can show how you have done so in the past.
This is just the beginning – what we have indicated here is the surface of what is possible - there is much that can be done in this space.
01 October 2021
We are looking for a team member who works as part of an integrated team. This includes, but is not limited to, employment coaching and settlement counselling as part of a broader mission of community engagement. In this role as a Client Engagement Worker, you will engage and support our community members, especially newcomers facing multiple barriers to employment and settlement in their new communities. In doing so, you will enable them to achieve their employment and newcomer goals. Taking into consideration their strengths and assets, you will develop in-depth relationships with individuals, including newcomer and their families to build integrated action plans for success and sustain long-term relationships for ongoing support.
This role requires the strength to adapt to rapidly changing circumstances and the flexibility to respond creatively to enable individuals and families to become valued contributors to their community’s social and economic development. As part of the team, you are willing to take on challenges, rethink current models of service delivery and work proactively to bring out the best in community members, staff and yourself.
As a key member, you will be working with a dedicated team of professionals, who are highly committed to our community and who support employment and settlement needs, develop employer and community partnerships and are all strong leaders in their fields of expertise.
30 September 2021
LEF is launching an online Occupation-Specific Language and Skills Training program for Early Childhood Assistants. The program will consist of designing, delivering and testing a language and skills training program that will enhance skills of newcomers currently working in childcare settings, or that have recently been laid-off and wish to re-enter the field.
We are looking for a Content Developer with experience in creating and maintaining learning management systems based on Moodle. This position will be accountable for working with a curriculum developer to develop occupation-specific language training e-units for Early Childhood Assistants. This will include reviewing and adapting LEF’s existing Early Childhood Assistant training curriculum, enhancing the curriculum with occupation-specific language training and adapting it for online delivery.
The Content Developer will be working with a dedicated team of professionals who are highly committed to our community and who support employment and settlement needs, develop employer and community partnerships, and are all strong leaders in their fields of expertise. LEF offers a progressive, innovative, and supportive culture with opportunities for career development as we continue to grow.
This is a part time fixed term contract. 17 hours a week for 19 weeks – start as soon as possible
03 September 2021
The Program Lead will work to provide a high-quality childcare program under the direction of the Supervisor. They will assist with any necessary paperwork as well as support other team members in their daily role as needed. Hours per week may vary, however, a typical work week is 35 (thirty-five) hours per week.
01 September 2021
The Sr. Manager Impacts and Evaluation acts as a catalyst of LEF’s strategic priorities including responsive growth, knowledge sharing, and strengthening of foundational systems. This position will have a split in terms of time spent both managing current programs and supporting the development of new programs. This position will strengthen LEF’s capacity for grant writing, research, reflection, planning, focusing on program quality measurement and improvement, administrative efficiencies, leveraging the strengths of staff, and strategy implementation. This position will also oversee LEF Skills Advancement Training, Employment, Internationally Trained Professionals, and Employer Engagement programs and support the incubation of new projects.
To be successful in this role, the Sr. Manager will need to try ideas and new approaches to our work, which means taking risks, learning from failures and working with others to document successes.
This is a people management role and thus a focus on team development and engagement is essential to program and client success.
31 August 2021
LEF is looking for a part-time Kitchen Helper. The Kitchen Helper should be able to follow all food health and safety regulations and be organized while assisting Chefs with the timely completion of kitchen duties. The ability to work as a team member and remain flexible is important. This role requires an individual who demonstrates, a sense of urgency, attention to detail and proficiency in food safety and sanitation. Punctuality is also important because if the Kitchen Helper is late, prep work gets delayed, throwing the team behind schedule and affecting the delivery of Child Care orders. Therefore, this role requires someone who can assist in maintaining a smooth workflow, especially in rush periods.
Must be able to work shifts Monday to Friday, 5 days a week; no weekends from 7 am – 3 pm; alternating weeks
21 July 2021
We are actively seeking Permanent Part-time RECE’s for various locations in split shift capacity. We are looking for educators that are:
- Passionate and dedicated to planning and developing holistic child-centred programs for the communities we serve;
- Able to work in a before and after school program, meaning a few hours in the morning, head home, then return for the last hours of the programming day;
- Able to continuously aim to enrich play-based learning, and translate their expertise through thoughtful programming that reflects the Ministry of Education guidelines;
- Determined to surpass all AQI expectations.
LEF programs focus on the benefits of outdoor experiences for children and educators; building resiliency within each community we serve.
Various locations available
21 July 2021
We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package which includes:
Our partners who help us to create and learn about inclusive, outdoor and collaborative play are:
- Paid sick and personal days
- A generous vacation package
- Health and dental coverage
- Life insurance and long-term disability coverage
- Pension plan
- Right to Play
- Evergreen Brickworks
- Diane Kashin
- Hopi Martin
We are searching for a Centre Supervisor who would be responsible for and focused on:
- The overall operation, development, management and evaluation of the childcare centre.
- Respecting all legislative and regulatory requirements.
- Providing timely coaching with educators to build and support ongoing quality improvement
- Ensuring sound pedagogical curriculum, evident in all programming spaces, which is age-appropriate and reflective of the community we serve.
- Participating as a member of the LEF community and seeks out collaborative activities in the broader community to support and enhance the needs of educators, families and children.
- Acting as a role model for educators, children, families and the community by reflecting LEF values and initiatives.
Hours per week may vary, however, a typical week is 35 (thirty-five) hours per week.
Clairlea Childcare Centre – 25 Rosalind Crescent
13 July 2021
On an ongoing basis, the English Language Instructor is responsible for facilitating learning, creating an effective learning environment and providing client-centred real-world task instruction, communicative programming that prepares clients for participation in Canadian society. On a daily basis, the English Language Instructor is responsible for classroom management, preparing daily lesson plans in accordance with the LINC curriculum, CLB and PBLA guidelines, adapting and revising lessons as needed, monitoring and assessing client progress and other duties as outlined.
Preferred candidates will work virtually or in-class following all guidelines for infectious disease control.
The successful applicant will need to be available from September 9, 2021.