Website Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services - CFMWS
WHO WE ARE CFMWS. A job with purpose. Our 4000 person strong organization champions a healthy, fun, creative and active lifestyle for Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans and their families. Help us deliver a variety of recreation and fitness programs, offer family support, organize charity events and make sure our members access retail, travel and banking discounts and customized financial services.
At Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services (CFMWS), we love what we do. And we live it too. THE ROLE Imagine spending time with a great group of people and sharing your passions. We are searching for energetic and talented people to take on exciting challenges and contribute to our community.
Our recreation leaders work in multiple fun positions in various locations and program formats ranging from weekly classes to day camps. In each program, you will have the opportunity to lead activities that help our community members learn new skills and make social connections. You will be working mainly with (preschoolers, children, youth, adults and seniors) in this position. You will be leading (arts and crafts, fitness and wellness, performing arts, sports and outdoor adventure) activities.
You will get experience designing recreational programs, teaching and leading individuals and groups while ensuring a healthy and safe environment. Working for us is a great way to turn your passion into a career. This is your chance to get paid to play. QUALIFICATIONS NEEDED Education, Certifications and Licenses High school diploma (OR An acceptable combination of education, training, and experience will also be considered) Current CPR and Basic First Aid qualifications A valid driver’s license (BC), an asset HIGH FIVE Principles of Healthy Child Development or HIGH FIVE Sport (successful completion by end of probation) HIGH FIVE Healthy Minds for Healthy Children (successful completion by end of probation) Experience In working with children In programming activities for children In leading children in activities In ensuring safety protocols and procedures Competencies, Skills and Abilities Client focus, organizational knowledge, communication, innovation, teamwork and leadership LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS English Essential / Bilingual an asset Reading: None Writing: None Oral: Functional BENEFITS AVAILABLE Work Life Balance: Vacation pay.
Retirement Planning: Group Savings Plans. Learning and Development: Free second language training. OTHER INFORMATION Perform moderate lifting, carrying, pulling and/or pushing (i.e. more than 10 lbs/4.5 kg but less than 50 lbs/23 kg) The successful candidate will be required to complete a Vulnerable Sector Check. START DATE Contract Start Date 15 September 2023 and Contract End Date 17 March 2024 INCLUSION AND ACCOMODATION CFMWS is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and accessible environment, where all employees feel valued, respected and supported.
We welcome applications from all qualified candidates who can help us build a workforce that reflects the diversity of Canadian society. Workplace accommodation measures are available to all candidates identifying a need during the selection process.