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The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board is a dynamic, creative learning organization that fosters the achievement, well-being and dignity of every student. The OCDSB is the largest school district in Eastern Ontario, serving 73,000 students in 147 schools

Breakfast Monitor, Casual

$15.50 per hour Hours of Work: 7:30 am to 9:00 am, Monday through Friday Duties:

Breakfast Monitors are responsible for the preparation of hot and cold breakfasts that are served at the schools breakfast program. Monitors will be serving and cleaning up after the breakfast program.

Monitors may be required to pick up groceries. If so, a vehicle is required.

*Please note enhanced health and safety measures have been implemented.Required Skills and Abilities:

Breakfast monitors require the ability to act quickly to emergencies and must possess good communication and interpersonal skills. Breakfast monitors must be able to use tact, diplomacy and discretion in interactions within the school community. First Aid and Behaviour Management Systems (BMS) training would be assets.Additional Comments:

As a condition of employment, all new employees will be required to submit a Police Record Check for the Vulnerable Sector that was completed within the last six (6) months. All newly hired employees will be required to complete Ministry mandated training and Health and Safety training prior to their start date with the OCDSB.

Personal information gathered through the application process is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, RSO 1980, c302 (as amended), and will be used to determine the qualification for employment with the OCDSB. Questions about this collection should be directed to the Manager, Human Resources, 133 Greenbank Road, Nepean, Ontario K2H 6L3.

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