Camp Leaders – South Windsor School of Music
Start Date: 2021/07/01 Length: 8 weeks Hours per week: 15 Hourly rate: $17 The Government of Canada funded...

Start Date: 2021/07/01
Length: 8 weeks
Hours per week: 15
Hourly rate: $17

The Government of Canada funded this job through the Canada Summer Jobs program. You must be aged between 15 and 30 and be legally entitled to work in Canada. International students are not eligible.

Description: South Windsor School of Music provides private one-on-one music instrument lessons, instrument care services, day camps and group activities for families in Windsor-Essex. We serve our clients both online and in-school. For more information about the school visit our website.  The Camp Leader plans, creates, develops, facilitates, leads and documents various unique 1 hr workshop sessions for kids aged 7-11 for South Windsor School of Music’s Summer Camp; Thru The Roof Music Club.  Click here for more information about past Thru The Roof programming.  Add your flavour to our annual music, performance and arts-themed summer camp Thru The Roof Music Club. The camp will occur either virtually, in-school or as a hybrid combination based on the local health recommendations leading up to and during the camp’s programming dates. Camp sessions should be flexible to accommodate these potential changes. Virtual sessions will be made available for drop-in campers whereas in-school sessions will be kept to a mini-cohort to minimize exposure.  Gain a solid foundation in hybrid teaching, arts education and delivering youth programming. This position reports to the Camp Manager. Responsibilities: Brainstorm, create, plan, hone and deliver multiple unique 1 hr camp sessions to groups of kids aged 7-11Provide materials for and take part in camp marketing activities collect feedback from clients take camp session attendance prepare materials and supplies for camp sessionsCommunicate with Camp Manager and clients organize and archive digital filesSocial Media Content CreationOther various tasks related to facilitating camp sessions, as needed. Qualifications: Partial or completed post-secondary education or equivalent work experienceExperience in delivering community programming and/or working with children experience teaching in a school or community settingExperience with Zoom and online learningEase navigating technology; specifically, apps and websites related to music education leadership, friendliness, organization and autonomyKnowledge of music terminology Previous experience with music lessons not mandatory but considered an asset

How to Apply: Please send your resumé/CV, cover letter and 2 reference contacts to Michelle Soulliere, Director, at Be sure to include the title of the position you are applying for. Only candidates selected for interview will be contacted.  Applications close at 11pm on May 31, 2021.