Lunchroom Supervisors work under the direction of the Principal of the school to which they have been appointed. Lunchroom Supervisors shall be responsible for supervising students who remain on the school grounds over the lunch hour recess. The Principal shall determine the time period during which the lunchroom supervisor will be employed.
1. Lunchroom Supervisors support students in various classroom settings to provide lunch break supervision on a daily or supply basis.
2. Supervising the setting-up and removal of lunch room equipment.
3. Supervising the disposal of lunch refuse in suitable containers and the general cleaning of the lunch room areas.
4. Dealing with discipline problems in a manner prescribed by the Principal and reporting significant disciplinary actions to the Principal or his/her designate.
5. Carrying out such noon hour supervision duties as the Principal may assign.
We're looking for lunchroom supervisors with the following skills and qualities:
• Experience working with children
• Ability to ensure the safety and security of students
• Ability to communicate with staff, students and parents
• Willingness to work with students with different needs and capabilities
• Ability to work as a team player
• Proven record of attendance and punctuality
• Demonstrated commitment to working in a diverse school community and/or work environment
Where are lunchroom supervisors needed?
The Durham District School Board (DDSB) is responsible for public education in the rural settings of Uxbridge, Brock and Scugog Townships and the urban settings of Ajax, Whitby, Pickering and Oshawa.
With 132 elementary and secondary schools and learning centres, the Board accommodates more than 70,000 regular day students.
How much time is involved?
Lunchroom supervisors will generally work approximately 1-2 hours per day (or more depending on the school's requirements) during the school year from September to June.
How you can apply?
Since this is a casual position that works daily or on-call, on a day-to-day basis during the school year (September to June), lunchroom supervisors must live within a reasonable distance to the school.
Lunchroom supervisors are hired by schools directly. Interested candidates should contact the school within your surrounding neighborhood to inquire if there are any opportunities as well as applying directly to this posting. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume outlining why you would like to be a lunchroom supervisor, your experience and/or your interest in working with children with special needs. You will also be required to provide two business, professional supervisory references.
The Durham District School Board is committed to equity and inclusion in the recruitment and hiring of qualified staff who reflect the diversity of our Region. We encourage submissions from candidates who represent the various dimensions of diversity.
While we appreciate all applications received, only those to be interviewed will be contacted