Reporting to Community Facilities Coordinator, Recreation Leader or Community Association Coordinator, the Dance Instructor is responsible for leadership and planning of dance programs within a Community Services setting.
West Richmond Community Association
Duties and Responsibilities
- Programming: Plan, implement and evaluate developmentally appropriate dance activities with supporting lesson plans that are creative, flexible and adaptable. Provide a safe, positive and well-managed learning environment.
- Supervision: Responsible for the supervision and leadership of volunteers.
- Customer Service/Communication: Greet parents at the beginning and end of each class and discuss program information. Communicate with other staff and volunteers. Be a positive role model for participants.
- Safety and Risk Management: Follow Community Centre and off-site protocol for emergency situations. Ensure the safety of all individuals participating. Ensure the physical and emotional environment is safe for children. Clean and maintain room and equipment; assess equipment on a regular basis and report damaged items to supervisor. Ensure appropriate set up, take down and maintenance of program room and space.
- Administration: Provide evaluation and feedback to supervisor regarding program content. Petty cash management. Fill out accident and/or incident report forms and submit accordingly. Obtain off-site rental information and/or contract; liaise with off-site point of contact. Other related duties as assigned and may vary according to facility.
- Post-secondary degree or diploma in performing arts and/or an equivalent combination of education and a minimum of 2 years teaching/volunteer experience in a performing arts setting
- Ability to develop a curriculum
- BCRPA High Five - Principles of Healthy Child Development Certification
- Emergency Child Care First Aid or Standard First Aid and CPR Level B (or higher)
- Police Information Check
- Training and/or experience with individuals that require extra support
- AED training
- Second language
- Primary looking for availability on Saturdays and/or Sundays
Compensation and Benefits
- $25.00 - $29.00 per hour as per the Richmond Communities Associations’ Job Evaluation.
How to Apply
Applicant should submit a detailed resume and over letter that reflects their knowledge, skills and abilities relevant to the position, no later than 5:00pm, November 29, 2021 to:
We thank all applicants in advance for their interest. However, only those under consideration will be contacted.
Duties may be carried out in a City-owned facility, however the City is not the Employer for this position
This position is restricted to those legally entitled to work in Canada.