INTEGRATION ADVISOR II POSITION
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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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.