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Service Area Neighbourhood, Children & Fire Services
File # C-19-13E
Posting Closed Date 8/23/2013
Position Title Cards Convenor (Bridge, Euchre, Bid Euchre, &/or Bingo) (North London Optimist Community Centre)
Position Type Casual
Employee Group Casual
Summary of Duties
City of London offers a variety of programs that provide opportunities for children, youth, adults, and older adults designed to entertain, educate, motivate and promote well being…all while having a GREAT time!
 
ROLE: Organize and lead groups playing bridge, euchre, bid euchre, and/or bingo.
Work Performed
  • Supervise participants that are playing bridge, euchre, bid euchre, and/or bingo.
  • Ensure participants are in a safe, caring and welcoming environment.
  • Maintain records of; finances, receipts and participant contact information.
  • Collect and distribute prize money.
  • Purchase items needed to run the program and hand in receipts to be reimbursed.
  • Take a leadership role in resolving conflicts and involve staff members if needed.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications
  • Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) required.
  • City of London training.
  • Understand and implement the rules of the game being played.
  • Desire to create a fun recreational environment.
  • Able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills.
Compensation Range $10.25 per hour
Other Information LOCATION
• North London Optimist Community Centre.
Important Instructions Please include resume, cover letter, contact information for two references and photocopies of certifications. Applicants will be required to produce a current Vulnerable Persons Police Check at the time of interview, or receipt that it has been applied for.
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