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Hallway Team Member - CityKidz

Overview: We are seeking dedicated individuals to serve as Hallway Support Volunteers at CityKidz. This role involves maintaining order, ensuring safety, and fostering a positive environment within our facility.

• Work in a team of 2 adult leaders, as well as with Jr. Leaders.
• Help kids with the water cooler as they enter the hallway with their water pass.
• Direct children to their correct bathroom with their pass.
• Conversing with kids needing a break from the theatre.
• Redirecting children if there are behavioral incidents in the hallway.
• Keeping the hallway clear by redirecting children back to the theatre once they have gotten their water or gone to the washroom.
• Communicating with staff via the walkie-talkie when needed.

• Communication and leadership skills are an asset.
• Competent and able to take initiative.
• Ability to work well in a team.
• Must be able to work in a fast- paced environment.
• Ability to remain calm and composed in potentially stressful or challenging situations.

• Leadership: Gain valuable experience in overseeing safety and maintaining order in CityKidz hallway spaces.
• Adaptability: Potential for personal growth through enhancing communication and conflict resolution skills.
• Observation Skills: Hallway Team Members learn to be observant and attentive to their surroundings, quickly noticing any unusual situations or behaviors.
• Effective Communication: Hallway Team Members develop strong communication skills by interacting with a diverse range of children, volunteers and staff, effectively relaying information, and assisting with any situations through clear and concise communication.


1- hours per week.

CityKidz, Burlington Street East, Hamilton, ON, Canada

For more information, please contact Tracey Veldhuis.

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