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Summit Kids

Primary Educator - Daycare (Monday through Friday - from 2:15 to 11:15 pm)

Operations – Calgary, Alberta
Department Operations
Employment Type Full-Time
Minimum Experience Mid-level


Support the delivery of creative experience opportunities in a safe and caring environment and supporting campus initiative to do so.



  • Be familiar with Licensing Regulations and Accreditation Standards.

  • Become familiar with Summit Policies & Procedures.

  • Lead & plan appropriate programming with focus on Summit foundational programming components - quality, leadership, community involvement.

  • Facilitate interesting and engaging activities that are quality age appropriate programs.

  • Dedication to supporting the growth and healthy development of children that encourages an appreciation of learning.

  • Observe and document children’s development in a variety of different ways.

  • Be aware of accreditation goals & try to incorporate into programming.

  • Update BambooHR for training goals and vacation.

  • Have good working knowledge of DayCare Works.

  • Uphold campus to health & safety standards

  • Clean and maintain campus, toys, etc.

Build positive relationships with all Summit stakeholders including parents, landlords, community associations, etc.

This role works with children 12 months to 5 years of age.



  • Ensure all programming reflects The Summit Way.

  • Be an advocate for Summit in all customer interactions.

  • Cultivate positive, professional relationships with children and their families.

  • Increased customer satisfaction.

  • Embrace constant and relentless improvement.

  • Age appropriate play based learning.


  • Must be certified or working towards obtaining an Alberta Child Care certification.
  • Must be certified or working towards obtaining Standard Child Care and First Aid level C.

  • A valid Police check with a vulnerable sector search - obtained within 3 months of employment.

  • Positive and enthusiastic.

  • Ability to work long shifts or varied hours to accommodate operational or corporate events - this includes staff meetings and professional development opportunities.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

  • Highly organized and efficient.

  • Detail oriented.

  • Managing and working with a variety of people and projects.


*This job description is not all-inclusive and certain activities, duties or responsibilities may be required of the employee as needed.

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