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Current job opportunities with OSCA Programs.

Job Description: Volunteer Summer Camp Counsellor

OSCA’s Summer Camps are a great opportunity for youth to contribute to the community while learning skills they can apply in a variety of environments. During their time in camps, they will get to assist counsellors, coordinators, and children in a camp setting. Student volunteers may use volunteer hours toward the Ontario High School Community Service Program. 

There are several requirements that volunteers need to have before they can begin. Packages with documentation are available at The Firehall (260 Sunnyside Ave.) for pickup. Please contact Sarah Cybulski (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), OSCA’s Preschool, Child, and Youth Program Coordinator if you would like to pick up a package so she can have it ready for you.


OSCA Coordinator for New Event - Brewer Park Art Festival

Job Description

Reporting to OSCA’s Executive Director and the Board, the Coordinator will be responsible for the development and implementation of all aspects of OSCA’s new Brewer Park Art Show. Working chiefly with the Executive Director and Communications and Marketing Coordinator, the incumbent will work collaboratively while providing leadership in all aspects of the planning and coordination of the event.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to: budget creation and oversight (ensuring a positive cash flow); sponsorship; volunteer and staff engagement; promotion; sponsorship; project creation and coordination, including timelines and regular follow up; venue booking; supplies lists; coordinating groups and schedules associated with the event. 

The Coordinator is expected to work to increase corporate and individual sponsorship and build partnerships with local businesses, individuals and stakeholders. 


After Four/PD Day Counsellor

The After Four/PD day counsellor, as the employee of the Old Ottawa South Community Association (OSCA), is expected to assist in creating, organizing and instructing recreational programs for children and youth at the Firehall.

Requirements for Position

  • Standard First Aid, CPR C & AED

  • Valid Police Records Check

  • Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities (AODA) and IASR training completed

  • Complete Worker Health and Safety Training

  • Strong leadership and teamwork skills;

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;

  • Strong interest in working with children

  • Energetic, yet patient, when dealing with youth;

  • Skilled in planning and organizing activities;

  • Is able to follow safety precautions when on site;

  • Is able to follow direction and policies, as well as interpret and implement performance feedback in a timely and appropriate manner.

General Responsibilities