University of Victoria (UVic) Child Care Services is hiring!

If you are curious about working at UVic and would like more information, or would like to be notified of future job postings, please contact Kim Ainsworth, Director at 250-721-6656 or

Please read below to see current job postings. We are also in the process of  expanding and will be opening two new child care programs in Spring 2023.

UVic Child Care Services educators are passionate leaders, learners, and advocates for the early learning and care field.

Salary and Benefits:

  • Post-probationary salary for early childhood educators is currently $26.05 – $26.36 per hour plus the BC Early Childhood Educator Wage Enhancement, which pays an additional $4.00 per hour (total hourly salary $30.05 – $30.36 for hours worked).
  • Salary for ECE Supervisors is currently $29.33 – $29.65 per hour (with ECE Wage Enhancement included total hourly salary is $33.33 – $33.65 for hours worked)
  • Unionized positions in CUPE Local 951.
  • Employees receive a wide range of benefits including generous entitlements, pension, extended medical, Employee and Family Assistance Program, etc.


Current Job Postings (please monitor UVic Staff Postings website for additional postings: ):

  1. Full-time Continuing ECE Supervisor Position in Toddler Care


  1. Full-time Continuing Early Childhood Educator Position in 3- 5 years program


  1. Full-time ECE Float Position –temporary position – 1 year term minimum
  • This position is an ideal way to gain experience at UVic Child Care Services. ECE Float educators provide relief staffing in two or more child care programs and are valued members of our team.
  • This position will work primarily in Infant and Toddler care (a Basic ECE Certificate required).
  • Suitable for applicants who are interested in working full-time while continuing their ELC studies to complete the ITE requirements.
  • 35 hours per week, rotating shifts Monday to Friday starting as early as 7:45 am and closing shift ending at 5:00 pm.
  • For more information:


Who we are:

  • Child Care Services pedagogy is based on the BC Early Learning Framework (BC Gov’t, 2019). We practice a Common Worlds Framework approach, which considers our ethical relations with others in the Anthropocene–reflecting on place and histories, the legacies of colonialism, reconciliation, and 21st century environmental inheritances. For more information on our theoretical approaches, please visit  and
  • We provide a free in-house professional development program in which we work alongside Pedagogists who guide inquiry work and research projects.
  • UVic Child Care Services educators have published journal articles, held exhibits and presented at a number of conferences and workshops.