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Cleveland, Ohio

Early Learning Teacher

 

Looking for passionate brain builders to join us in impacting children during the critical 1st 2,000 days! At The Centers for Families and Children, we recognize that 90% of the brain is formed before a child even steps into a kindergarten classroom.  As part of the Early Learning team, your work with infants to preschoolers will provide life-changing solutions to the children and families we serve.

 

About The Centers

The Centers for Families and Children is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit human services organization in Northeast Ohio.  Through innovation and leadership, we strengthen the community by providing individuals and families with life-changing solutions to lead healthier and more successful lives.

 

Our Early Learning Centers

The Centers provides high-quality care for children during the critical first 2,000 days of life by operating seven high-quality early learning centers, serving children birth through five years old, in Cleveland and the inner-ring suburbs.  Because of our high standards, all sites achieved a 5-Star rating on the Step-Up-To-Quality Rating and been recognized and selected to be part of Universal Prekindergarten (UPK) and PRE4CLE.

 

Employee Resources and Benefits

All employees are afforded opportunities for personal and professional growth.  With our innovative and collaborative mentoring and coaching sessions, all teachers receive enhanced curriculum, assessment, and observation training and tools to help provide ongoing support.  The Centers offers a college reimbursement benefit to help all full-time, benefit eligible employees advance their education.  The Centers also offers the opportunity for staff to attend paid in-service trainings, seminars, training sessions, and meetings outside of the organization to stay abreast of research and best practices.

 

The Centers offers a comprehensive benefits package, including: medical, dental, vision, 401k with employer contribution (regardless of employee’s contribution amount), vacation/sick/holiday paid time off, employer paid life insurance and long-term disability, and many other benefits.

 

Job Summary

  • Help maintain exciting well equipped learning environments to foster exploration.

  • Participate in a cooperative team of three teachers per classroom

  • Cultivate optimal growth and development through High Scope Curriculum activities in both the indoor and outdoor environment.

  • Promote personalized planning with high levels of teacher-child interactions under the direction of a supervisor.

  • As a teaching team, help design, develop, and implement developmentally appropriate activity plans for children based on assessment and screening data.

  • Be a team member in engaging parents through caring, meaningful, and professional relationships to enhance child(ren)’s development.

 

Qualifications

  • Teacher Assistant Roles: minimum CDA or Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field. 

 

  • Teacher Roles: minimum Bachelor’s degree or high in Early Childhood Education or related field.
     

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Tenure Track Faculty, Early Childhood Education

Department: Early Childhood Education                                       

Location: Western Campus, Parma, Ohio

Employment Type: Full-Time Faculty                                             

Union Status:  Union

Work Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm                            

Number of Openings:  1

 

Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) opened in 1963 as Ohio's first community college and remains Ohio's oldest and largest public community college. We provide high quality, affordable education and programs to more than 900,000 members of our community at four campuses and supporting locations in Northeast Ohio. Tri-C is committed to attaining excellence through the recruitment and retention of a diverse workforce. Equal Employment Statement:  Cuyahoga Community College is committed to attaining excellence through the recruitment and retention of a qualified and diverse workforce. Cuyahoga Community College is an equal employment/educational opportunity institution.

 

Job Summary

 

Reporting to the Associate Darn, Social Sciences, and the faculty member will teach and deliver lectures on a full range of courses in Early Childhood Education to students on various in relation to the discipline. The candidate will also evaluate and grade students’ class work, laboratory work, assignments and papers; prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments and handouts; maintains student attendance records, grades and other required records;  initiates, facilitates and moderates classroom discussions; as needed, advises students on academic and vocational curricula and on career issues; plan, evaluate and revise curricula, course content and course materials and methods of instruction; and compiles, administer and grade examinations.

 

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development, or Early Childhood Education

  • Minimum of 7 years of teaching experience with children under 5 years old

  • Experience in working with and teaching adults

  • Post-secondary teaching experience

  • Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for students

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Child Development or Early Childhood Education; or master’s degree in related field with at least 18 graduate-level course hours in Early Childhood Education

  • Online teaching experience

  • Community college teaching experience

 

COMPENSATION

Target Hiring Rate/Salary: $52,152 with B.A. plus 30 semester hours (45 quarter credits) or M.A. degree; Education less than or more than stated will affect minimum salary.

 

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

For full consideration, visit our website at Careers.tri-c.edu to review the complete job posting and apply online.

Online Application Link: https://tri-c.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=2&id=1676

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The Barrington Schools are looking to hire experienced teachers to work in our Infant, Toddler, Preschool, Prekindergarten, and School Age programs. We have multiple positions available and are currently seeking enthusiastic individuals to join our School Family. Our school serves freshly prepared organic food, we run lower ratios (Infants 1:4, Toddlers 1:5, Preschool 1:8, Prekindergarten 1:10, School Age 1:12), provide diapers and wipes for families, and provide educational enrichment classes for all students.

 

We have a wonderful work-place environment and offer competitive pay, great benefits, and discounted childcare.

 

Check out our website at  www.BarringtonSchool.com 

 

Responsibilities and Duties

To establish and maintain a safe and healthy learning environment

To advance physical and intellectual competence

To support social and emotional development and provide positive guidance

To participate in daily teaching interactions

To establish positive and productive relationships with families

To ensure a well-run, purposeful program responsive to participant needs

To maintain a commitment to professionalism

 

Qualifications and Skills

Ability to handle crisis situations, especially relating to children

Flexibility in work hours and assignment

Must be able to life 40 pounds

A love for children and experience working with young kids

Familiarity with state licensing rules and regulations

Customer service skills

A clean background check.

Ability to hear the conversational voice, with or without a hearing aid

Ability to see and read newsprint, with or without corrective lenses

Ability to speak and be understood under normal circumstances

Ability to use arms, hands, legs, and feed with or without corrective devices; this includes the ability to evacuate the building during emergencies.

 

Benefits

Discounted child care

Health insurance

Competitive pay based on experience and education level

401k

Paid time off

Yearly employee recognition giveaways (including one 7 night cruise)

 

To Apply:

Send resume to Hana D’Amico at HDamico@barringtonschool.com

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Family Engagement Specialist 
 
Action for Children, central Ohio’s Child Care Resource and Referral agency, is seeking an individual to join its Family and Community Engagement team. Drawing on your knowledge of early childhood care and education, you will assess customer needs and provide information and referrals through interactions that take place in-person, via telephone or email. You will ensure that the database system is consistently updated and use it to track progress on program goals. Working with other members of the team, you will conduct community outreach to spread awareness of program services.  
 
REQUIREMENTS – Successful candidates will have: 
 
 Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience in Early Childhood, Human Development & Family Studies, Human Ecology, or a related field   Exposure to the early care and education field  Proficiency with technology and experience with Microsoft Office Suite  Previous experience working with electronic data management/database systems such as NACCRRAware  Ability to work with families of various backgrounds and cultures  Working knowledge of local and state community resources   Expertise in customer service   Research and conduct community outreach to share all aspects of AFC’s work 
 
We seek a self-starter who is creative, flexible and has earned a reputation as a team player. You will have demonstrated strong skills in written and verbal communication, building rapport, analysis and problem-solving. You must be committed to the success of the program and the team, dedicating the time necessary for team meetings and agency events. This is a full time position, requiring occasional evening and weekend hours for special events. 
 
HOW TO APPLY   
 
Interested individuals should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position to Human Resources, Action for Children, 78 Jefferson Ave., Columbus, OH  43215 or
jobs@actionforchildren.org. No phone calls please. Action for Children is an equal opportunity employer.  
 
While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted. 
 
Please note, the selected candidate will be required to submit to our background and reference checking process. 

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Family Engagement Specialist 
 

Action for Children is looking for a creative, energetic individual to work in the Family Asset Building program as a Family Engagement Specialist. In this role you will support Action for Children’s Central Intake program for entry into Help Me Grow and other home visiting programs sponsored by the Ohio Departments of Health and Developmental Disabilities. You will work with parents in determining the appropriate resources and needs for their family and assist them in accessing those resources. This is a full time position operating during normal business hours.  
 
Major responsibilities include:  Processing calls to engage families in home visiting programs: determining program referral eligibility, and assigning referrals to appropriate program services  Performing live data entry into Departments of Health and Developmental Disabilities databases with attention to detail to create electronic records  Answering agency and departmental phone lines; maintaining a consistent positive, helpful attitude   Providing appropriate information to callers and referring callers to resources as needed  Following up with referral sources via mail or email as required - Maintaining accurate and complete documentation/records - Scanning and e-mailing completed referrals to appropriate providers  Maintaining prescribed timelines for services as indicated in State of Ohio rules and program policy.  Supporting parents in accessing community resources  Attending affiliate meetings, parenting team meetings and All Staff meetings at Action for Children  

Qualifications include:  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in Social Work, Counseling, Education, Business or related field  Ability to interact with families of different backgrounds and cultures  Have strong knowledge about child socio-emotional principles and child development  Knowledge of local community resources and three years’ experience working with economically challenged families and their children in a team setting desired  Proven ability to maintain timely and accurate records/data for program reporting  Proficiency with technology (proprietary databases) and experience with Microsoft Office Suite  Have a valid driver’s license, car insurance and access to own transportation  Qualified candidates will be self-motivated, creative, flexible, committed to customer service and a team player  Bilingual English/Spanish is a plus 
We seek a self-starter with the ability to establish trusting relationships so as to support the program participants. You will have demonstrated strong skills in written and verbal communication, building rapport, creativity, analysis and problem-solving. You must demonstrate flexibility, be committed to the success of the program and the team, and be willing to dedicate the time necessary for team meetings and agency events.  
Job Posting 
 
 
HOW TO APPLY Interested individuals should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position to Human Resources, Action for Children, 78 Jefferson Ave., Columbus, OH  43215 or  
jobs@actionforchildren.org.  No phone calls please. Action for Children is an equal opportunity employer. 
 
While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted. 
 
Please note, the selected candidate will be required to submit to our background and reference checking process. 

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Education Support Supervisor – Dayton, Ohio

 

Miami Valley Child Development Center is a non-profit Head Start and Early Head Start program that focuses on providing early learning experiences to prepare children for kindergarten and school success. We serve children from birth to five years.

 

CLASSIFICATION: Full-time. Full-Year and Part-Year (Summers off unpaid). Non-Exempt.             

 

BASIC FUNCTIONS: Ensures compliance with the Head Start Performance Standards and MVCDC service plans, policies and procedures. Manages assigned sites and classrooms.  Ensures developmentally appropriate, high quality preschool and/or infant and toddler services are provided for children and their families.  Provide training and technical assistance as needed for parents, staff and volunteers. Ensures compliance with the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Service, USDA, Health and Sanitation, and Regulations.  Ensures the implementation of agency designated Curriculum. 

 

MINIMUM CREDENTIALS:  Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or related field.  Two years experience in supervision and one year supervised classroom experience with pre-school children and/or infant and toddlers.  Must maintain HighScope and CLASS certification and endorsement.

 

SUPERVISOR:  Operations Manager

 

SALARY: $19.25/hour with Bachelor degree in Early Childhood Education

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

 

-  Will be working with Early Childhood and Preschool classrooms.

-  Physically able to work 40 hours per week to ensure that children and staff are provided continuity of services.

-  Demonstrate the ability to interact with a diversified public and to obtain and give necessary information.

-  Demonstrate the ability to cope with stressful situation firmly, courteously, tactfully, and with respect for the rights of co-workers, parents, children, and community persons.

-  Display good general intelligence and emotional stability.

-  Demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of Early Childhood Education.

-  Sit on floor with children; sit on a child size chair and at the child size tables.

-  Bend from knee and waist to talk to the children at their eye level (bend, stoop and squat).

-  Climb multiple stairs; participate in community walks; participate in physical outdoor play and movement activities.

-  Lift a child (weighing up to 50 pounds), equipment and classroom supplies.

-  Model standard language to enhance children's understanding of words and increase their vocabulary.

-  Observe children's actions and hear children's voices (verbalization).

-  Promote relationships of trust and respect to establish effective working relationships

-  Must possess a valid Ohio’s driver’s license with a good driving record and daily access to insured private vehicle during working hours.

 

PRINCIPAL FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Carry forth the Mission, Vision and Core Values of MVCDC; support the quality management principles; and work toward the agency and program goals.

2. Monitor classrooms to ensure the safety and active supervision of children during all parts of the daily routine to minimize the potential for children being left alone and/or unsupervised.

3. In conjunction with FCP Supervisor, supervise the daily operations and staff at assigned sites regarding state licensing, transportation, health and safety, nutrition, facilities, parent and staff concerns.

4. Monitor classrooms to ensure staff is providing a safe and healthy environment that is instrumental in the development of children.

5. Ensure orientation and training of classroom staff; train and model High Scope curriculum.

6. Act as a mentor and coach to all classroom staff to ensure continued professional development and program quality.

7. Conduct regular site visits ensuring quality services are provided to children and families; provide technical assistance as needed.

8. Become knowledgeable of all assessment tools; assist classroom staff as needed with assessment.

9. Ensure Lead Teachers are using developmentally appropriate practices in the classroom.

10. Review on-site documentation; give technical assistance to staff regarding Planning for Children, Home Visits and Parent Teacher Conferences.

11. Review assigned staff and children's files on a quarterly basis.

12. Monitor to ensure the transitioning of children and families to preschool and/or kindergarten.

13. Provide technical assistance to teachers with children who demonstrate challenging behavior.

14. Monitor, review and make recommendations on college/workshop requests, field trip/group activity requests, evaluations, and other required paperwork.

15. With FCP Supervisor, monitor positive interactions with parents and assist with encouraging parents to attend parent meetings.

16. Ensure all reporting systems requirements are conducted at assigned sites.

17. Ensure Licensing books are current and complete.

18. Assist with planning, coordinating and implementing Federal Review and self-assessment activities ensuring compliance.

19. Provide support for classroom staff using other agency staff as needed.

20. Ensure full enrollment and a minimum of 85% average daily attendance.

21. Process assigned staffs time sheets and leave requests in ADP per agency timeframes.

22. Collaborate with Lead Teachers, Family & Community Partnership Supervisors and Operations Managers to successfully transition children to kindergarten.

23. Attend all required meetings for assigned sites.

24. Represent MVCDC professionally in manner and dress to staff, parents, volunteers, and community

25. Support agency's goal of NAEYC accreditation and Step Up to Quality at all sites, including updating professional development training hours, information and verification via the Ohio Professional Development Network (OPDN) and Cornerstone.

26. Adhere to the agency's confidentiality and attendance policies.

27. Perform other duties as assigned to assist in providing quality service to children and families.

 

*Key Skills and Personal Characteristics:

- Management/supervisory skills; oral and written communication skills; human relations and mediation skills.

- Knowledge of child care rules and regulations.

- Knowledge of High Scope principles.

- Demonstrate knowledge of basic computer skills.

- Problem solving and decision making skills.

- Ability to organize time and prioritize duties/tasks.

- Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.

- Adult training skills.

- Willingness to continue professional education and training.

- First Aid Certification; Childhood Communicable Illness Certificate; Child Abuse Training.

 

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should visit MVCDC’s Career Opportunities page http://mvcdc.org/index.php/career-opportunities/, and click on the link that says view and apply.

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Preschool Lead Teacher – Dayton and Springfield, Ohio

 

Miami Valley Child Development Center is a non-profit Head Start and Early Head Start program that focuses on providing early learning experiences to prepare children for kindergarten and school success. We serve children from birth to five years.

 

CLASSIFICATION: Full-Time. Full-Year and Part-Year (summers off unpaid). Non-Exempt.

               

BASIC FUNCTIONS: Ensures compliance with the Head Start Performance Standards and MVCDC Service Plan, Policies and Procedures. Responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating daily activities that are developmentally appropriate for classroom children. Manages and evaluates other classroom staff. Measures children's progress in accordance with Federal outcomes. Ensures compliance with ODJFS, USDA, Health and Sanitation and Regulations. Ensures the implementation of the agency designated curriculum.

MINIMUM CREDENTIALS: Associate's degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or related field, with a commitment to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education.

 

SUPERVISOR: Education Support Supervisor

 

SALARY:  $16.87/hour with Associate degree in Early Childhood Education

                                               

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

-  Working with children ages 3-5 years old.

-  Physically able to work 40 hours per week.

-  Demonstrate the ability to interact with a Diversified public and to obtain and give necessary information.

-  Demonstrate the ability to cope with stressful situations firmly, courteously, tactfully and with respect for the rights of co-workers, parents, children, and community persons.

-  Display good general intelligence and emotional stability.

-  Demonstrates a knowledge of Early Childhood Education.

-  Provide continuity of caring giving relationships for children.

-  Move quickly to supervise and assist children.

-  Sit on floor with children; sit on a child size chair and at the child size tables.

-  Bend from knee and waist to talk to the children at their eye level (bend, stoop and squat).

-  Climb multiple stairs; participate in community walks, physical outdoor play, field trips and movement activities. 

-  Lift a pre-school child (weighing up to 50 pounds), equipment and classroom supplies in a safe and appropriate manner.

-  Model standard language to enhance children’s understanding of words and increase their vocabulary.

-  Observe children’s actions, hear children’s voices (verbalization) and engage children to achieve learning goals.

-  Promote relationships of trust and respect to establish effective relationships with children, parents, coworkers and visitors.

-  Must possess a valid Ohio’s driver’s license with a good driving record and daily access to insured private vehicle during working hours.

 

PRINCIPAL FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Carry forth the Mission, Vision and Core Values of MVCDC, Inc.; support the quality management principles; and work toward agency and program goals.

2. Responsible for ensuring the safety and active supervision of children during all parts of the daily routine to minimize the potential for children being left alone and/or unsupervised.

3. Ensure adult/child ratio is maintained at all times.

4. Plan, implement and evaluate a consistent daily routine.

5. Ensure agency’s designated curriculum is implemented in accordance with individual developmental levels of children.

6. With the Family Support Specialist, ensure full enrollment and a minimum of 85% average daily attendance. Accurately record absences in each child’s confidential files.

7. Ensure compliance of a minimum of 2 parent teacher conferences and 2 home visits for each child enrolled in the classroom.

8. Measure children’s progress in accordance with the Federal Outcomes.

9. Keep systematic and complete records on children in accordance with MVCDC expectations, ODJFS, and Head Start Performance Standards.

10. Maintain confidentiality in all areas for both the family and staff.

11. Provide a variety of opportunities for parents to become involved with Head Start, which includes recruiting parents to serve on Policy Council, Health Advisory Committee, and other committees as identified; assist FSS in maintaining Family Lending Library.

12. With the Family Support Specialist, organize parent committee meetings, facilitate the meetings and provide parents with information about centers activities, community events and advocacy opportunities.

13. With the Family Support Specialist, gather information for the monthly newsletter and submit to the Administration Building. Share the responsibility of distributing the newsletter to families.

14. Promote communications with center team members to ensure that information is appropriately shared about children and families.

15. Ensure adult interactions support children’s physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development.

16. Supervise, train, and evaluate assigned classroom staff; conduct performance reviews, individual professional development plans and annual evaluations.

17. Process leave request, time sheets, and mileage sheets on assigned classroom staff.

18. Collaborate with the Education Support Supervisor, Operations Manager, and Family Support Specialist to successfully transition children to kindergarten.

19. Partner with the Family Support Specialist in developing and implementing the Individual Education Plan and Intervention Plan.

20. Work with center team to plan and implement family literacy and male involvement.

21. With the center team, share the responsibility of recruiting and training volunteers for the program.

22. Generate and correctly record inkind hours of families and volunteers. Submit inkind information to the Finance Department.

23. Support the agency’s goal of NAEYC accreditation and Step Up to Quality at all sites, including professional development.

24. Represent MVCDC in professional dress and manner.

25. Secure building, equipment, and classroom materials daily; ensure appropriate use of equipment, materials, and documentation.

26. Participate in assigned trainings, meetings, and college courses; implement new information to improve job performance.

27. Performs other duties as assigned to assist in providing quality services to children and families.

 

*Key Skills and Personal Characteristics:

- Management/supervisory skills.                                           

- Knowledge of day care rules and regulations.

- Knowledge of High Scope and Conscious Discipline principles.

- Basic computer skills.

- Problem solving and decision making skills.

- Ability to organize time and prioritize duties.

- Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.

- Adult training skills.

- Willing to continue professional education and training.

- First Aid Certification; childhood Communicable Illness Certificate; Child Abuse Training.

 

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should visit MVCDC’s Career Opportunities page http://mvcdc.org/index.php/career-opportunities/, and click on the link that says view and apply.

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Associate Teachers (Part-time) - Teaching Learning Center

Lakeland Community College's Teaching & Learning Center (TLC) is a 5 Star Step Up to Quality Award Center providing children, ages 16 months through Pre-K, with a developmentally appropriate education using a curriculum that is based on discovery, guided exploration and play. The TLC offers young children the opportunity to establish an excitement for learning through teacher guidance, social interactions, positive relationships, and meaningful school activities.  The TLC is open Monday through Friday 7:15 am. until 6:00 p.m. all year. Children can be enrolled in either a toddler or preschool program.
 

More than a day care center, the TLC is a licensed NAEYC (National Association for Education of Young Children) accredited teaching facility. All TLC teachers are experienced educators with degrees in early childhood education and have Ohio teaching licenses.  The facility includes physically controlled access and the campus enjoys the protection of a dedicated law-enforcement team, among other security features. To learn more about Lakeland’s TLC use the following link: http://www.lakelandcc.edu/web/about/tlc-departments.
 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist lead teacher in planning, researching, implementing and evaluating developmentally appropriate educational experiences in the early childhood laboratory schools serving as model environments for the students in the associate degree program.

  • Supervise activities to ensure the safety of the children, other staff members and students.

  • Ensure that the environment is neat, sanitary, attractive and conducive to learning.

  • Observe and note developmental benchmarks of children through photographs and written observations. Relate significant daily occurrences to caregivers either verbally or in writing.

  • Assist with planning, preparing, serving and disposing of snacks and meals; supervise children when assisting with these tasks. Eat meals with children to demonstrate good nutritional habits.

  • Model appropriate behaviors for working with children and provide feedback for college students.

  • Provide professional input for improving the operations of the Center, report possible violations of state laws or other regulatory agencies to lead teacher for follow up.

  • Participate in relevant professional organizations and community activities. Assume some lead teacher activities in his/her absence.

  • Substitute as needed in either laboratory school classroom.

  • Perform related duties as assigned.
     

QUALIFICATIONS:

A.  Education/Experience Training:
Required:

  • Associate’s degree in early childhood education.

  • An Ohio Pre-K Associate License prior to being hired.  Licensure must be maintained throughout employment.  

  • Two years’ work experience teaching children in an educational childcare setting.

  • Certification in first aid and communicable diseases, training in child abuse recognition and prevention, and infant-child CPR must be maintained throughout employment.

Preferred:

  • Additional coursework towards completion of a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education.

B.  Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of principles and techniques of early childhood education.

  • Skills in working effectively with parents and children.

  • Ability to learn and properly apply the following: departmental policies and procedures; state and federal laws relative to child-care facilities; ability to model teaching methods and behaviors; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.

  • Ability to participate in training for state and national program compliance.

C.  Physical Activity Level:

  • Medium - Significant walking, standing, squatting and kneeling; lift 50 lbs. occasionally, 25 lbs. frequently; able to carry children, furniture and equipment and use child-sized tables and chairs.
     

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

  • Available to work afternoon hours (12:15 - 6:00 p.m.) Monday through Friday.

COMPENSATION:  This is a part-time, continuing status staff position; the minimum starting salary will be $14.04/hr. with non-insurance college benefits. Non-insurance benefits include paid time away (vacation, personal, sick and holiday pay) and prorated tuition.
 

APPLICATION PROCESS:  Apply through the college’s website (click on the job title and then on 'Apply Now').
 

***TO AVOID DIFFICULTIES WHEN SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION, BE SURE THAT YOUR WEB BROWSER (E.G., GOOGLE CHROME, FIREFOX, INTERNET EXPLORER) IS UPDATED TO THE LATEST VERSION.  ONCE YOU BEGIN TO FILL OUT THE APPLICATION YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SAVE AND WORK ON IT LATER. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE TIME TO COMPLETE APPLICATION IN ONE SITTING***

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Advance your ECE career as a CDA® Gold Standard Specialist!
 

The Council for Professional Recognition is seeking qualified individuals to join the elite CDA® Gold Standard Specialist community!  

The CDA® Gold Standard Specialist offers a great new opportunity for well-qualified early childhood educators with experience and expertise in Early Childhood Education, adult learning principles and manager or leadership experience.

If you meet all of the following eligibility requirements, start your application process now!

 

  • Hold a graduate degree (Master’s degree or higher) in early childhood education, child development, or a closely related field.

  • Have at least 3-5 years of work experience in the ECE field.

  • Have at least five (5) years of experience teaching adults as a faculty member at a college or university, ECE trainer or consultant.

  • Work experience in an adult learning training environment that is current or have occurred (within the last five years).

 

Click here to access additional information and to begin the online application process. 

 

 

Link for GSS landing page: http://www.cdacouncil.org/goldstandard/gs-specialist/

Link for Gold Standard: http://www.cdacouncil.org/goldstandard

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