BBKCC is hiring!
Beaver Bank Kinsac Community Centre
Summer Day Camp Counselor
Monday - Friday
35 – 40 hrs/ week
June 29 2023 – Aug 25 2023
The Beaver Bank Kinsac Community Centre is looking for enthusiastic, engaging summer day camp counselors to join our recreation staff for the 2023 season! Counselors are responsible for the well-being and safety of young children at the BBKCC day camp.
Developing, supervising, and participating in camp-wide programming activities with campers of different ages, including creating weekly or daily schedules taking into account children’s age groups and interests
Participating in training workshops held prior to camp sessions when required
Working co-operatively with other Camp Counselors to ensure campers are safe, while maintaining adequate health and hygiene measures
Ensuring the safety and positive experience of participants, and other staff at all times
Building relationships with all campers by showing compassion, empathy and understanding.
Providing positive feedback for parents
Organize, manage and maintain equipment and supplies
Incident and accident reporting
Requirements and Skills:
Patient and reliable
Energetic and positive personality
Ability to meet the physical demands of the job
First aid certification
Enrollment in a post secondary institution
Criminal record and child abuse registry checks.
Experience working with children an asset
Interested applicants can forward their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
HI everyone! Beaver Bank has long been a close-knit community. We look out for each other, we check on our neighbours and we never shy away from lending a hand. In collaboration with the Beaver Bank Volunteer Fire Dept, and the Beaver Bank Awareness Association, the Beaver Bank Kinsac Community Centre would like to expand our community supports. We are calling on our community to join forces with us and create a Community Serious Event Management Team.
What do we need from you? Do you have a resource you think might be helpful after a serious event like a weather storm, infrastructure failure etc? Please let us know! We are looking for everything from heavy equipment like back hoes and excavators right to chainsaws, ATV’s, snow mobiles and more. We are also looking to create a list of qualified specialists in our community such as small engine repair persons, tree removal services etc. You can fill out our form here or you can call us at 902-865-5114
What do we do with this info? The BBKCC and BBCAA will compile al list of resources available in our community for emergency response. Your information will be kept private but you may be called or contacted in the event of an emergency where one of the resources you have available is required.
What if I need help? As always in the event of an emergency in your home such as fire, medical emergency etc please CALL 911. The BBKCC may open as a comfort station after major weather events or community emergencies. You will then be able to come and charge devices, get clean water, coffee, snacks and warm up/ cool down.
Are you or someone you know living alone, aging or vulnerable? We will also create a phone tree and offer wellness checks in the event of a large weather event or community emergency. You can add yourself, or your loved ones, to this list here or by calling 902-865-5114.
Large weather events and localized emergencies are becoming more common and we want to make sure our community is prepared! If you have any questions please reach out! 902-865-5114 email@example.com On the web at : www.bbkcc.ca