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Daycare Workers Required in Canada

2513369 Alberta Ltd wants Daycare Workers required in Canada on an urgent basis. The location of the job is Leduc, AB. The company offers full-time permanent employment with weekend & on-call shifts. However, candidates can supervise staff, trainees/ volunteers, and order supplies, and equipment. Also, maintain daycare machinery & assist in housekeeping and cooking duties. The candidates can work in tough conditions, attention to detail & provide full services for the company.

Daycare workers in Canada play a vital role in the early education and development of young children. They are responsible for creating a safe and stimulating environment where kids can learn, play, and grow. From organizing educational activities to supervising meal times and nap periods, daycare workers provide essential care and support for children under their supervision


15 to 18 Dollars per hour
& weekly working hours are 34 to 47 hours
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Job Requirements:

The candidates shall have;

  • A secondary school graduation certificate is required
  • Experience an asset
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to supervise 3 to 4 people
  • Attend staff meetings to discuss the progress and problems of children
  • Plan and organize activities for school-age kids in childcare programs
  • Moreover, supervise & coordinate activities of early childhood educators & assistants
  • Showing punctuality & performing work as a Team player


The company provides;

  • Accommodation
  • Overtime
  • Medical
  • Insurance
  • Transportation

How to Apply:

However, ideal candidates will apply for the Daycare Workers required in Canada. Also, attach relevant certificates, educational testimonials, experiences, the updated CV along with fresh pictures;
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