Rogers Communications Canada Inc.

Rookie League Coordinator (BB-38BAC)

Found in: Talent CA

At Rogers, we connect Canadians to a world of possibilities and the memorable moments that matter most in their lives. Every day we wake up with one purpose in mind. To bring loved ones together from across the globe. To connect people to each other and the world around them. To help an entrepreneur realize their dream. A sports fan celebrate a special moment.Because we believe connections unite us, possibilities fuel us, and moments define us. As we grow our team, the well-being of our team members remains our top priority. To ensure the health and safety of our team members, including those in the recruitment process, our team members are working from home, and are equipped to do so safely and efficiently. Rookie League Coordinator Jays Care Foundation | Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Club Rookie League Coordinators will be responsible for supervising up to 10 Camp Directors leading robust day camps throughout the summer. Given the COVID-19 related restrictions currently in place in Ontario, this role will either be responsible for supervising a group of: VIRTUAL camps (if restrictions remain in place); or IN-PERSON camps (if restrictions are lifted). This role is primarily designed to ensure that children living in Toronto Community Housing have access to reliable and fun daily camp programming and that the staff implementing these camp programs have positive, consistent and effective supervision to do their jobs well. Candidates should have extensive experience running recreational programs for children and youth, as well as experience training, coaching and supervising youth staff. The role begins in May with extensive training and planning time, followed by 7 weeks of daily camp programming. All interested candidates are to select their preferred Rookie League program age group they would be most interested in supervising as a Rookie League Coordinator. Please note your selection on your cover letter. Age group options are: Rookie League ages 6 - 12 years old Rookie League LITs ages 13 - 15 years old (our Leaders in Training program) REPORTS TO: Rookie League Coordinators TERM: May 17 - August 27, 2021 COMPENSATION: ($19/hour - 35 hours per week) RESPONSIBILITIES: STAFF COACHING & TRAINING WORKSHOP FACILITATION Support the design and delivery of two weeks of intensive virtual training for up to 55 Camp Directors and 45 youth staff from Toronto Community Housing to prepare them for their roles as Rookie League summer staff Participate and facilitate in a variety of extensive trainings to gain and enhance skills to better prepare all staff as mentors, trainers, and coaches STAFF SUPERVISION & MODELLING Act as a positive role model for children, youth, and staff by embodying the values of Rookie League, following all Rookie League camp guidelines, policies and procedures Build a sense of team and positive culture within your team of camp staff Prepare and research tools and resources that support best techniques to give to staff in order to set their camps up for success (i.e. pro-active tools for preventing challenging behaviours and celebrating camper successes, tactics for developing a positive camp culture, activities that will bring each weekly theme to life, organizational tools that will help your team plan and implement great programs each day, etc.) Participate and provide support in your staff's daily program planning sessions to ensure staff are providing high quality programming to all sites Ensure Camp Director's program plans are handed in each week for review and provide feedback to enhance and support their programming Oversee and support Camp Directors at their sites ensuring programming is facilitated at the highest quality, and daily team debrief meetings are effectively completed Provide on-going feedback to staff to help them identify their strengths and areas for growth and development Ensure Health & Safety procedures are being followed and maintained and share with the staff team the duties of ensuring all camps and activities are organized in a safe manner adhering to all Health & Safety requirements Ensure all administration duties are met (sending in hours for camp directors, expenses, collecting program plans, monitoring attendance data, weekly challenges, weekly newsletters, consolidating participant data, etc.) Coach Camp Directors in effective ways to resolve internal conflicts with staff, parents, community organizations and/or campers Attend weekly Rookie League Leadership meetings to address any concerns for staff, sites, campers, etc. MONITORING AND EVALUATION: Work with Jays Care staff to measure impact of programs using a variety of assessment tools with campers, staff and parents Complete daily on-line reports regarding each program and site visit Complete pre, mid and post survey measurement data with parents and campers in program Help to identify Rookie League All-Stars (children, youth and coaches) EXPERIENCE EDUCATION/TRAINING/CERTIFICATION: Completion or progress towards a University Degree and/or College Diploma in disciplines surrounding Children and Youth, Recreation, Social Work, Sport and/or Community Programming, Community Development, Teaching Current Standard First Aid and CPR "C" Completed Criminal Record Check and/or Vulnerable Sector Check Required (must have): 5+ years experience facilitating recreational programming for children Experience facilitating workshops for youth and adults Experience supervising staff in a child-oriented situations Experience and sensitivity in dealing with members of different cultural and racial backgrounds, including visible and non-visible dimensions of diversity Experience in program planning, implementation and evaluation of outcome-based programs Working knowledge of current issues, challenges and opportunities in Toronto Community Housing Professional experience in the public and/or the not-for profit sector Excellent communication abilities, strong writing skills, excellent command of the English language Highly organized with the ability to multi-task, a strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills Team Player. Ability to see the big picture goals of the organization and contribute on day-to-day tasks Willingness to work long hours and outside of regular 9-5 schedule Willingness to work through a virtual setting Desired (asset): Experience as a Day Camp Director Experience working with children living at or below the poverty line Experience managing, mentoring and coaching adults Experience coaching baseball IT KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS REQUIRED: Proficient in using video and online programs to host virtual Rookie League Able to navigate internet and email use COMPETENCIES / PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES: Well-developed interpersonal, and relationship building skills; ability to establish rapport and excellent communication with members, staff and volunteers Able to demonstrate a high level of organization and effective communication Understands the legal responsibilities and moral imperative to report suspected child abuse to Child Protection Services Superior written and oral communication skills Strong planning and coordination skills Strong attention to details when planning Highly organized Highly motivated and committed to program success Good team work ethic, and also capable of working independently Accurate and timely reporting Decision making skills Able to work under pressure Interested in being part of community development. Excellent interpersonal skills Ability to work well with all levels of internal management and staff, as well as external partners and prospective partners About Jays Care Foundation: As the charitable arm of the Toronto Blue Jays, Jays Care uses baseball to teach life skills and create lasting social change for children and youth in marginalized communities across Canada. We proudly work in all ten provinces and two territories running programs to level the playing field for Canadian kids facing some of the most pronounced opportunity gaps, including: kids living in inner cities; kids living in First Nation and northern communities; kids living with physical and/or cognitive disabilities; and girls without access to sport. To learn more, visit Jays Care is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, or age. Schedule: Full time Shift: Day Length of Contract: 4 Months Work Location: 1 Blue Jays Way (210), Toronto, ON Travel Requirements: None Posting Category/Function: Project Management & Coordination Requisition ID: 214574 Together, we'll make more possible, and these six shared values guide and define our work: Our people are at the heart of our success Our customers come first. They inspire everything we do We do what's right, each and every day We believe in the power of new ideas We work as one team, with one vision We give back to our communities and protect our environment What makes us different makes us stronger. Rogers has a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. Everyone who applies for a job will be considered. We recognize the business value in creating a workplace where each team member has the tools to reach their full potential. At Rogers, we value the insights and innovation that diverse teams bring to work. We work with our candidates with disabilities throughout the recruitment process to ensure that they have what they need to be at their best. Please reach out to our recruiters and hiring managers to begin a conversation about how we can ensure that you deliver your best work. You matter to us! For any questions, please visit the Rogers FAQ . Posting Notes: Student & New Grads Job Segment: Project Manager, Research, Technology Find similar jobs:

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