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Community Leadership After School Program Site Coordinator - City Wide

Posting Date: Jan 12, 2023

Location: Toronto, ON, CA

Company: City of Toronto

Please note:  The posting end date has been extended for this position. We are in the process of reviewing current applications. Any further applications will only be reviewed if required. However, we encourage you to apply for additional positions and/or in the next season's job posting.

Important: Do not apply to this job opportunity if you are a returning City of Toronto employee, instead please complete an online scheduling form.


The Community Recreation Branch is responsible for the delivery of high-quality, community-based recreation programs and services to the diverse neighbourhoods of Toronto. We provide a variety of programs that promote the social and physical development for people of all ages, with an emphasis on children and youth. The Community Recreation Branch strives to ensure Toronto residents have positive recreational experiences that enhance quality of life and contribute to lifelong active living.


Req ID:  32728
Job Category:  After-School Recreation Care
Job Type:  Temporary, Part-time
Hourly Rate:  $25.70 
Number of Positions:  30+
Start Date:   TBD  
Work Location:  All Districts
District:   City Wide - Various
Season:  Spring  
Duration:  TBD
Shift Information:  TBD
Division:  Parks, Forestry & Recreation
Section:  PFR CR Community Recreation
Posting End Date:  03/19/2023 


Job Summary:

To ensure the planning, organizing, implementation and delivery of the Ministry directed Community Leadership After School Program (CLASP) programs for youth (13-15 years) providing on site program direction.



  • Plans, organizes and implements the theoretical component of the Youth Leadership (CLASP) program curriculum.
  • Coordinates the placement of Community Leadership After School Program participants in recreation programs and monitors and evaluates all activities and assignments.
  • Assists with the recruitment and evaluation of program participants.  
  • Provides on-going support and feedback to participants and program staff.
  • Follows Daily Program plan to ensure that youth are getting planned physical activity, healthy food choices and nutritional information, wellness and personal health education and local programming.
  • Performs administrative tasks to support the program.
  • Documents attendance of participants, as per the safe arrival policy, follows up with the parents/guardian of any participant who has not arrived at program in a timely manner where their absence has not been accounted for, up to calling police and follow serious occurrence procedures if necessary.  Completes reports as needed
  • Ensures that program facilities, equipment and supplies meet Health and Safety standards and that all MSDS sheets for products used on site are in the Health and Safety binder and are current.
  • Interacts with caregivers, participants, program staff and the public to provide program information.
  • Assists in promoting, advertising and outreaching for the Community Leadership After School Program (CLASP).
  • Liaises with the Advisory Councils, Youth Outreach Workers, Community Agencies, Organizations, Sponsors, Neighbourhood Action Teams, Community Centre staff.
  • Assists the Community Recreation Programmer with the purchase of program supplies.
  • Assists with the integration and support of ARC participants with special needs.
  • Takes action to deal with incidents, problems and emergencies and complies with Divisional/City Policies and Procedures.
  • Attends and participates in meetings and training sessions.


  • Post-Secondary Education or continuously enrolled in one or more of the following:  Early Childhood Educators – Registered ECE, Ontario College of Teacher, Child and Youth, Social Worker, Recreation and Leisure, Psychology, Sociology or Kinesiology
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a valid Standard First Aid – CRP C Certification including infant and child cardiopulmonary resuscitation as recognized by WSIB.
  • Experience working with Youth in a leadership role and ability to supervise Youth
  • Experience working with youth populations representing the range of diverse communities in the City of Toronto
  • Experience working with diverse Youth
  • The ability to lift/carry equipment is required (weighing up to 20 kgs) 
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  • The ability to oversee and provide direction to site leaders.
  • Fundamental knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the ability to meet the specifications of these acts and any other related regulations that apply to this work.
  • Ability to work as part of a team in developing and delivering high quality programming to children.  ARC/CLASP offers programs in accordance with the Ministry of Education's Ontario's Pedagogy for the Early Years "How Does Learning Happen", the Child Care and Early Years Act, and the Principles of Healthy Child Development PHCD quality assessment program. 
  • You possess certification in Parks and Recreation Ontario's Principles of Healthy Child Development (PHCD).  This is a mandatory course that will be provided to you at no cost upon obtaining a conditional offer of employment. You will be provided with course dates and details at that time.

We thank all applicants for their submission. Only candidates who are selected for next steps will be contacted. Be sure to check your email regularly, including junk/spam mail folders, and log in to your profile to see the status of your application under Jobs Applied.


Accommodation:  If you are an individual who requires accommodation, due to disability under the Ontario Human Rights Code, to apply for this position, please email us at, quoting the Requisition ID and the job title.  The City is committed to providing Code-protected accommodation throughout its hiring process. Please visit Hiring Policies and Statements for further details.


Vulnerable Sector Check:  One of the requirements for working with children and vulnerable adults is applicants providing the results of a Vulnerable Sector Check. For Recreation Worker positions, we are only able to consider candidates who obtain a Vulnerable Sector Check. Once an applicant is given a conditional offer of employment, we will obtain a Vulnerable Sector Check for applicants who reside within the City of Toronto. Applicants who reside outside of the City of Toronto will need to obtain a Vulnerable Sector Check from their local Police Service.  For further information on the vulnerable sector screening, please contact your local Police Service.