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AVAILABLE JOB OPENINGS


Infant & Toddler 

Teacher

EDUCATION:

High School Diploma/GED required. 

Child Development Associate (CDA), Associate degree or Bachelors in Early Childhood Education is highly recommended. 

Trainings that are helpful: CPR & First Aid training. 

Must have experience with directly working with infants and toddlers. 


QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Can communicate excellently with young children, other teachers, and parents
  • Takes exceptional personal interest in their work and the progress of the children they bond with
  • Shows compassion and joy for working with young children
  • Displays strong organizational skills, and has the ability to manage at least four young children at once
  • Clearly and actively keep track of children’s academic and developmental progress
  • Enjoys being creative and imaginative
  • Can delegate tasks to students, colleagues, and parents if need be

Has adequate knowledge of basic childcare responsibilities: specifically diapering, food care, sleeping protocols, and safety

Preschool 

Lead & Assistant

EDUCATION:

High School Diploma/GED required. 

Child Development Associate (CDA), Associate degree or Bachelors in Early Childhood Education is highly recommended. 

Trainings that are helpful: CPR & First Aid training. 

Must have experience with directly working with young children.


DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

Some of the preschool teachers duties are the following:

  • Prepare children for kindergarten by introducing concepts they will explore further in kindergarten and elementary school
  • Work with children in groups or one on one, depending on the needs of children and the subject matter
  • Plan and carry out a curriculum that targets different areas of child development, such as language, motor, and social skills
  • Organize activities so children can learn about the world, explore interests, and develop talents
  • Develop schedules and routines to ensure children have enough physical activity, rest, and playtime
  • Watch for signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring problems to the attention of parents

Keep records of the students’ progress, routines, and interests, and keep parents informed about their child’s development