Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre Employment Opportunities

Department: Children, Youth and Families

Status: Part Time

Location: Montreal, Quebec

  • Reporting to the Education Coordinator, the Specialized Tutor is responsible for the specialized tutoring of at-risk children.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Assess needs of children in collaboration with Education Coordinator and the Educator

    • Assist the educator in the development of individual education plans and implement them

    • Assist in the development of innovative tools that will motivate children to learn

    • Tutor children, especially those with special needs

    • Actively monitor the academic progress of the students being tutored

    • Participate in update meetings with Education Coordinator

    • Complete all administrative tools needed to manage program (daily log, parent contact forms, teacher contact forms, etc)

    • Speak with parents on a regular basis to update them on their child’s progress

    • Develop positive interpersonal working relationships with the educator, parents, teachers, other staff members, mentors and children



    • CEGEP degree in a related field or relevant experience

    • Minimum 2 years of experience in tutoring

    • Must be bilingual.

    • Effective written and oral communication skills

    • Knowledge of issues facing children in marginalized communities

    • Strong understanding of and ability to support child development

    • Strong organization skills and ability to manage time

    • Facility with the computer

    • Must be a team-player; learning, working and communicating with other staff members is essential


    Job Conditions:

    • Starting at $16.00 per hour

    • Hours: Mon- Wednesday 2:30-6:00 & Thursday 1:30-6:00 (total of 15 hours per week). Some flexibility required.


    Submission deadline: October 13, 2023, 5:00pm

    Please send your CV, letter of intent and two references to: Jennifer Maxwell Education Coordinator Email: jennifermaxwell@tyndalestgeorges.com

Salary: starting at $16/hr

Department: Early Childhood

Status: Part Time

Location: Montreal, Quebec


    Reporting to the Program Director, the Early Childhood Animator is to develop, implement and evaluate programs, activities and services for young children, from birth until school age (5 years), and their parents. The Early Childhood programs and services aim to stimulate children’s cognitive, social and motor development and support parents as the primary educators of their children.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Plan and implement parent-child playgroups to stimulate early childhood development and parent and child bonding; assess needs of program participants, and develop innovative approaches that empower participants.
    • Animate and participate in all Early Childhood Programs; develop play-led, child-led curriculum; lead workshops for parents; prepare program materials, physical space & snacks.
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of programs on an ongoing basis and use the results to improve programs.
    • Maintain open, friendly, and cooperative relationship with each child’s family and encourage their involvement in the program; develop positive interpersonal relationships with team members, volunteers, and partners.
    • Assist with program outreach and carry out administrative duties related to job tasks; participate in special events and activities of the Centre.



    • College or bachelor’s degree in relevant field.
    • First Aid/ CPR certification
    • 1 – 2 years’ experience in working with children (0 to 5 years) and families of diverse backgrounds.
    • Strong knowledge of early childhood development and sensitivity to the needs of young children.
    • Knowledge of the Little Burgundy Community; experience working in the community is desirable.
    • Well-organized with strong time-management skills.
    • Must be a team-player; learning, working and communicating with other staff members is essential.
    • Able to work in English or/and French; proficiency in other languages is an asset.
    • Experience working in non-profit setting and/or with vulnerable communities is an asset.


    Job Conditions:

    • $18-20 per hour, commensurate on experience
    • Part time, 24 hours a week to start with possibility to increase
    • Flexible work week, will include some weekend hours
    • 3 months temporary part time contract


    Please send your CV and brief letter of intent by March 8, 2024 to:

    Jila Guerami, Early Childhood Program Interim Director

    Email: jilaguerami@tyndalestgeorges.com 



Salary: $18 to $20 per hour

Department: Early Childhood

Status: Full Time

Location: Montreal, Quebec


    The Early Childhood & Families Program Director will oversee the management and development of programs and services designed to meet the needs of families with young children, from birth until school age (5 years). She/He will provide leadership and work collaboratively with a dynamic team involved in a range of projects and programs within this Department. The Director will facilitate programs and provide parents with one-on-one support. She/He will ensure the department’s activities and programs are provided in a manner that ensures safety and security to all individuals. She/He will work as part of a management team under the supervision of the Executive Director in support of the wider mission of Tyndale St- Georges Community Center while acting in accordance with policies and strategies put forth by the Board of Directors.


    Key Areas of Responsibility

    Program Design and Development

    Assess development and support needs of clients and potential service users. Plan, design, implement, facilitate and evaluate all programs, activities and services pertaining to the Department. Research trends, tools and programs to promote effective Early Childhood education and consider the potential for implementing these in the Department.

    Community Outreach

    Collaborate with local organizations and partners in the delivery and development of programs and services. Maintain professional and mutually beneficial working relationships with community partners. Create an outreach strategy to satisfy programing needs.

    Team Management

    Ensure pertinent quality recruitment, intervention, support, and training for department personnel; provide on-the-job training and support for volunteers; actively participate in management team meetings and endeavours; provide inspirational leadership to the team. Participate in fundraising event and initiatives.


    Help to plan and manage a budget ensuring monthly tracking and timely reporting of expenditures. In collaboration with the Executive Director, develop an annual workplan that ensures that all our obligations concerning funding requirements, protocols and agreements with funding and community partners are respected; Complete all administrative tasks associated with programs and personnel including compiling statistics, writing reports, maintaining budgets and creating departmental policies. Research and write applications for funding. Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of programs and use the results to improve programs.



    • Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field of study
    • Experience in community organizational development with managerial experience
    • Self-motivated and able to work autonomously and as part of a collegial team
    • Excellent knowledge in program planning and implementation
    • Excellent personnel management skills and experience
    • Excellent knowledge and sensitivity towards issues concerning diverse ethno—cultural backgrounds
    • Excellent oral and written skills – Bilingual English and French
    • Computer proficiency


    Job Conditions:

    • Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications
    • Group health insurance and pension plan after probationary period
    • Monday through Friday (30 hours). Some flexibility required


    Please send your CV and letter of intention to the attn. of: Shauna Joyce, Executive Director 

    Email: shaunajoyce@tyndalestgeorges.com

    Submission deadline: February 29th, 2024


    Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to hiring a workforce inclusive of the diverse population it serves.



Salary: Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications