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RECE’s & Assistants – York Child Development

York Child Development & Family Services Inc. is currently recruiting staff for our Before & After school programs beginning September 2017.  All programs are located in Newmarket.
We offer competitive wages, a comprehensive benefit package (minimum number of hours required) and a shift premium for staff working before and after school.

For all agency positions applicants must provide:

  • A Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) – dated within the last 6 months of hire, original presented and a photocopy to be retained by YCD.
  • Proof of 2 step T.B. skin tests  or one 2 step T.B. skin test plus a chest x-ray
  • Proof of Rubella and Tetanus immunization
  • Annual Flu vaccination date or a letter from the individual indicating exclusion for personal reasons
  • Varicella (chickenpox) and Hepatitis B immunizations (if susceptible)
  • Valid* Standard First Aid & CPR-C (Infant & Child) Certificate
  • If applicable, proof of Early Childhood Education Diploma or alternative approved qualifications (original certificates must be presented)
  •  If applicable, proof of registration, in good standing, with the College of Early Childhood Educator

*There must be at least 3 months validity remaining on the First Aid/CPR-C certificate upon employment. The certificate must be a training course approved by WSIB

Please send resumes to:

Joy Vance, Executive Director

Mail or deliver in person to:  17310 Yonge Street, Unit 6,
Newmarket, L3Y 7R8

Welcome to the C&FC Website

You’ll find helpful information here for professionals and families.  Check out our employment opportunities tab too!  While you’re here, sign up on Facebook, Twitter or RSS feed to receive the latest news in upcoming workshops and conferences.

Joy of Childhood Conference Subcommittee – WE NEED YOU!

We are looking for new members!!

Please click on the flyer for details:   Joy of Childhood Conference Subcommittee flyer

Looking for upcoming events or job opportunties?

Check our Professional Development calendar and our Job Opportunities tabs.

AECEO York Branch Professional Book Club

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We are excited to announce the upcoming launch (October 23, 2014) of the AECEO York Branch Professional Book Club. This initiative offers AECEO members yet another accessible option for ongoing professional learning.

A Professional Book Club is not only an excellent opportunity for members to read and discuss quality books that will enhance their professional knowledge and practice, it is also a means of taking part in “planned professional discussions with colleagues” consistent with the Learning Opportunities outlined in the College of Early Childhood Educator’s Continuous Professional Learning program.

Participants will register to attend monthly two-hour sessions hosted and facilitated by York Branch member, Monica Bissett, AECEO.C, to discuss the designated book, consider strategies they can try in their classroom, and share and reflect on their experiences within a community of learners. Monica will guide the discussions and provide group activities to reflect on the core principles of the designated book. We hope to provide an atmosphere where ideas are encouraged that can be applied to our professional lives.

Books will be chosen by the AECEO Professional Learning Advisory Committee based on recommendations from book club members.  After each session, discussion notes will be posted to an online forum for participants who are not able to attend in-person.

October 23, 2014

7:00pm – 9:00pm 

Click here to join the YORK Book Club and information on our first book

Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario http://www.aeceo.ca/

Save the date…Autism Spectrum Disorder, 2nd Series

In response to the overwhelming interest in our spring training series on Autism Spectrum Disorder we are planning on offering a second series (with the same content). Please save these dates;


When: November 5, 12 and 19th in the evening

Topics: Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder 

           Visuals Schedules 

           Sensory Processing

Audience: Child Care Professionals 

Cost: $30 for all 3 sessions which includes a light meal and fidget bag

More information to follow shortly

It’s Immunization Week!

Check out this new free app that will help keep your families’ vaccination information all in one place. It will even remind you when someone in your family is due for their next one! Funded by The Public Health Agency of Canada, this app is conveniently available on the iTunes store, Google Play, and Blackberry World. For more information, please visit www.immunize.ca/en/app.aspx

On behalf of the “Child & Family Collaborative”
A community collaborative focusing on the care, development and education of our future leaders


Share Your Story Contest

Share Your Story Contest

During the month of March (Nutrition Month), families are invited to share successes, tips and challenges they have overcome to make planning, shopping, cooking and/or eating together work for their family. It’s a great activity for March Break!

All families who work or live in York Region who submit their story will receive a family prize pack and a chance to win one of two $200 grocery store gift cards!

Starting March 1st, families can enter the Cook Up Some Fun! Share Your Story contest by submitting their story here: http://fluidsurveys.com/s/CUSFShareYourStory. Families can also go to the Cook Up Some Fun! website at www.healthyork.com/cook-up-some-fun and can sign up to receive emails with recipes and practical ideas for planning, shopping, cooking and eating together as a family.

For ways that you can support and promote Cook Up Some Fun! with families, visit the “Teachers and Professionals” section of the website. For campaign materials to share with families or if you have any questions about the campaign, please contact Susanne Bennett at 905-895-4512 ext. 74335 or <mailto:>.

The details above are also listed under our Resources for Parents tab in Community Information.


Continuous Professional Learning Feedback – CECE

The College of Early Childhood Educators is developing a Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) program that will make ongoing education an important part of being a registered early childhood educator (RECE).Continuous professional learning enhances the practice of early childhood education. Engaging in continuous learning helps RECEs remain current in their knowledge, skills and professional values. It also promotes public trust in College members and the profession.

The CPL program will support RECEs by allowing them to reflect on their practice and to identify ways in which they can grow professionally. The program will be accessible to all RECEs, regardless of different learning styles, geographic locations, career stages and career ambitions. 

The College has provided a CPL draft design for this learning and is asking for participant feedback by June 7, 2013 (see below).

Continuous Professional Learning Participant Feedback Booklet

You can also visit the College’s website:  http://collegeofece.on.ca/en/Members/Pages/CPL-Program.aspx

Early Learning Facilitator – Exp. Mar 15


COMPANY BACKGROUND: Reptilia Zoo and Education Centre was founded in 1997 with a mandate to entertain and educate the public. Working with numerous School Boards and community partners, Reptilia delivers high quality curriculum-compliant programs that appeal to all ages from Early Years to Adults. Reptilia programming focuses on a broad variety of developmental skills often using Reptiles to provide a hands-on aspect to enhance critical concepts. Reptilia is an equal opportunity employer.

POSITION: Early Learning Facilitator

PAY RATE: $18/hr Part Time Position



Post secondary education in a related discipline Ability to work well with children and families while remaining non-judgemental and non-discriminating Knowledge of Child Development and developmentally appropriate practices Experience with Early Learning Programs and program development Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment Excellent communication skills Ability to organize time and workload effectively Current First Aid/CPR Current Vulnerable Sector Screen (criminal background check)


Implementing developmentally appropriate activities and programs Program development in collaboration with team members Providing an inclusive environment that is enriched with early learning opportunities that promote early literacy, leadership, language development, social skills and school readiness Providing a safe environment for children in the program Create a positive and accepting environment promoting parent and child relationships Set-up and take-down of program equipment and materials


POSTING DATE: 2013-03-02

CLOSING DATE:2013-03-15

We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

No telephone inquiries please.