• Hiring full and part time early childhood educators

    Posted: 11/10/2019

    LEAD TEACHER: The following is a summary of the Lead Teacher responsibilities. This summary is not a full job description. A full job description is available upon request.

    Under the direction of center administration, the lead teacher develops and executes individual education plans for children. The lead teacher ensures their teaching team (assistant teacher and teacher aide) provides a safe and educational learning environment for the children.

    Responsibilities and Tasks include, but are not limited to:

    Providing a high quality learning environment, implementing Creative Curriculum into the classroom, and positively engaging with children.

    Lead teachers are required to submit weekly lesson plans, provide observations and assessments, and conduct two Parent-Teacher conferences per year.

    Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications: Associate's degree in Education or a Bachelor's degree in any field.

    Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's  degree in Education.
     

    ASSISTANT TEACHER: The following is a summary of the Assistant Teacher responsibilities. This summary is not a full job description. A full job description is available upon request.

    Under the direction of center administration and the lead teacher, the assistant teacher is responsible for coordinating and implementing individual education plans for children of their assigned age group. The assistant teacher supports the lead teacher in providing a safe and educational learning environment for the children.

    Responsibilities and Tasks include, but are not limited to:

    Providing a high quality learning environment, supporting the lead teacher, and positively engaging with children.

    Assistant teacher will assume lead teaching responsibilities in the absence of the lead teacher.

    Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications: H.S. Diploma or equivalent

    Preferred Qualifications: CDA or an Associate's degree in Education

    FLOATER:

    Under the direction of center administration, the floater will execute classroom activities and help maintain a classroom environment that is developmentally appropriate and meets the individual needs of children. The floater position will move into different classrooms to help maintain the standards of the center. Classrooms may include: infants, toddlers, preschool, and school age. The floater will help support the lead teacher, assistant teacher, and the teacher’s aide in providing a safe and educational learning environment for the children.

    AIDE: Under the direction of center administration, the floater will execute classroom activities and help maintain a classroom environment that is developmentally appropriate and meets the individual needs of children. The teacher's aide supports the lead teacher and assistant teacher in providing a safe and educational learning environment for the children.