IN­TE­GRA­TION AD­VI­SOR II PO­SI­TION

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This is a union­ized po­si­tion. Min­i­mum Qual­i­fi­ca­tions Re­quired: • Early Child­hood Ed­u­ca­tion di­ploma and reg­is­tered with the Col­lege of E.C.E. • Re­cent ex­pe­ri­ence in child care pro­grams. • Bilin­gual­ism (English and French) both oral and writ­ten is re­quired. • Ex­cel­lent com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills, both writ­ten and ver­bal. • Sen­si­tiv­ity and re­spect for fam­i­lies and multicultural is­sues. • Knowl­edge of How Does Learn­ing Hap­pen? On­tario’s Ped­a­gogy for the Early Years. • Valid driver’s li­cense and use of a ve­hi­cle. • Will­ing to drive through­out Stor­mont, Dun­das and Glen­garry Coun­ties. • Must ob­tain and keep cur­rent, cer­ti­fi­ca­tion in First Aid, CPR. • Fol­low and re­view the Pol­icy on Qual­ity As­sur­ance Mea­sures (QAM) as stated in the Ser­vices & Sup­ports to Pro­mote the So­cial In­clu­sion of Per­sons with Devel­op­men­tal Dis­abil­i­ties Act, 2008 Hours of work—a flex­i­ble 48 hours bi-weekly • Salary--$23.91 In ac­cor­dance with the Ac­ces­si­bil­ity for On­tar­i­ans with Dis­abil­i­ties Act (AODA), Com­mu­nity Liv­ing – Stor­mont County will pro­vide ac­com­mo­da­tion, ac­ces­si­ble for­mat and com­mu­ni­ca­tion sup­ports for the in­ter­view process upon re­quest.

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Serv­ing: the City of Corn­wall; Alexan­dria; Ap­ple Hill; Avon­more; Bainsville; Ber­wick; Ch­ester­ville; Dun­ve­gan; Finch; Green Val­ley; In­gle­side; Lan­caster; Long Sault; Lunen­burg; Mart­in­town; Maxville; Mon­k­land; Moose Creek; Mor­ris­burg; New­ing­ton; North Lan­caster; South Lan­caster; St. An­drew’s West; St. Isi­dore; Sum­mer­stown; Wil­liams­burg; Wil­liamstown; Glen­dale; Winch­ester; and Winch­ester Springs and Corn­wall Is­land.

Did you catch out colum­nist Nick Wolochatiuk on CBC Ra­dio Wed­nes­day morning? Nick was in­ter­viewed by Holly Cot­nam from CBC Ra­dio 91.5FM Ot­tawa Morning Pro­gram. They asked Mon­day morning “How do you cope with freez­ing rain and snow on your un-pro­tected parked car? Send us a tweet.” Nick emailed in with his com­pre­hen­sive method for pro­tect­ing his car from freez­ing rain which in­volves “a 7’ x 9’ sheet of vapour bar­rier plas­tic and six mag­nets to pro­tect the truck’s wind­shield, wipers, mir­ror, door han­dles and door locks from snow and freez­ing rain.” He said that that same morning, Holly came down from Ot­tawa to visit Nick and see and to film a demon­stra­tion of his freez­ing rain pro­tec­tion method.

Speak­ing of elec­tions, the Wynne Lib­eral gov­ern­ment is rolling out a lot of money ahead of the coming June elec­tion, but do any of their new pro­grams speak to the needs of ru­ral On­tario, or will it take more to win over vot­ers in Eastern On­tario.

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