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Toddler And Preschool Extended Day Teachers Wanted - Schechter B...

Full Time $18 – 22/hr Starts 08/29 Newton Center, MA
Schechter Boston is looking for a dynamic and engaging Toddler Extended Day Teacher and a Preschool Extended Day Teacher for the 2022-2023 academic year. Job Duties: Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum for young children. Develop activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of children. Clearly and effectively communicate with children, parents and staff. Supervise children at all times. Qualifications: The ideal candidate must be warm, nurturing and passionate about working with young children. Bachelor's Degree required, background in education/early childhood education preferred. Two years of relevant work experience, preferred. Ability to stand for long periods of time, lift 50 pounds. Hours: Toddler Extended Day Teacher: Monday-Wednesday, 12pm-6pm, Thursday, 8am-6pm, Friday, 8am-4:30 p.m. Preschool Extended Day Teacher: Monday-Friday, 12pm-6 p.m. Pay: Competitive salary, commensurate with experience We thrive to provide a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package that supports our faculty and staff, including: health insurance, prescription drug benefit, vision, healthcare/dependent care flexible spending account (FSA), long term disability, life insurance, 403(b) with employer matching, paid holidays, sick time and personal time, and early dismissal on Fridays. Opportunities for professional growth and advancement. To Apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to jobs@ssdsboston. org. About the School: Gan Shelanu is the early childhood program of Schechter Boston. The program is designed for children ages 15 months to 4+ years. At Gan Shelanu we believe that children's work is their play. Our thematic curriculum is play-based, incorporating weekly specialists in music, art, literacy and physical education. Jewish life and Jewish identity are cornerstones of our program. Children learn about Jewish values, Hebrew, holidays and traditions. Accessible by public transportation: Schechter is accessible by NewMo, a Newton-sponsored ridesharing service from the following stations: Newtonville Station (Commuter Rail- Worcester Line), Needham Heights Station (Commuter Rail- Needham Line) Chestnut Hill Station (MBTA Green Line-D), Newton Highlands Station (MBTA Green Line- D). NewMo lets you book a ride ($2/ride) from any of these stations to the Wells Avenue Business District, where the school is located.
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Preschool Teacher Wanted At Warm And Engaging Independent School...

Full Time $18 – 22/hr Starts 08/29 Newton Center, MA
Schechter Boston is looking for a dynamic and engaging Early Childhood Education Preschool Teacher for the 2022-2023 academic year. Job Duties: Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum for young children. Develop activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of children. Clearly and effectively communicate with children, parents and staff. Supervise children at all times. Qualifications: The ideal candidate must be warm, nurturing and passionate about working with young children. Bachelor's Degree required, background in education/early childhood education preferred. Two years of relevant work experience, preferred. Ability to stand for long periods of time, lift 50 pounds. Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:45am-3:45 p.m. Pay: Competitive salary, commensurate with experience We thrive to provide a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package that supports our faculty and staff, including: health insurance, prescription drug benefit, vision, healthcare/dependent care flexible spending account (FSA), long term disability, life insurance, 403(b) with employer matching, paid holidays, sick time and personal time, and early dismissal on Fridays. Opportunities for professional growth and advancement. To Apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to jobs@ssdsboston. org. About the School: Gan Shelanu is the early childhood program of Schechter Boston. The program is designed for children ages 15 months to 4+ years. At Gan Shelanu we believe that children's work is their play. Our thematic curriculum is play-based, incorporating weekly specialists in music, art, literacy and physical education. Jewish life and Jewish identity are cornerstones of our program. Children learn about Jewish values, Hebrew, holidays and traditions. Accessible by public transportation: Schechter is accessible by NewMo, a Newton-sponsored ridesharing service from the following stations: Newtonville Station (Commuter Rail- Worcester Line), Needham Heights Station (Commuter Rail- Needham Line) Chestnut Hill Station (MBTA Green Line-D), Newton Highlands Station (MBTA Green Line- D). NewMo lets you book a ride ($2/ride) from any of these stations to the Wells Avenue Business District, where the school is located.
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Toddler Teachers At An Engaging And Warm Independent School - Sc...

Full Time $18 – 22/hr Starts 08/29 Newton Center, MA
Schechter Boston is looking for dynamic and engaging Early Childhood Education Toddler Teachers for the 2022-2023 academic year. Job Duties: Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum for young children. Develop activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of children. Clearly and effectively communicate with children, parents and staff. Supervise children at all times. Qualifications: The ideal candidate must be warm, nurturing and passionate about working with young children. Bachelor's Degree required, background in education/early childhood education preferred. Two years of relevant work experience, preferred. Ability to stand for long periods of time, lift 50 pounds. Available Schedules: Monday-Friday, 7:45am-3:45 p.m. Monday-Friday, 7:45am-1:30 p.m. Pay: Competitive salary, commensurate with experience We thrive to provide a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package that supports our faculty and staff, including: health insurance, prescription drug benefit, vision, healthcare/dependent care flexible spending account (FSA), long term disability, life insurance, 403(b) with employer matching, paid holidays, sick time and personal time, and early dismissal on Fridays. Opportunities for professional growth and advancement. To Apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to jobs@ssdsboston.org. About the School: Gan Shelanu is the early childhood program of Schechter Boston. The program is designed for children ages 15 months to 4+ years. At Gan Shelanu we believe that children's work is their play. Our thematic curriculum is play-based, incorporating weekly specialists in music, art, literacy and physical education. Jewish life and Jewish identity are cornerstones of our program. Children learn about Jewish values, Hebrew, holidays and traditions. Accessible by public transportation: Schechter is accessible by NewMo, a Newton-sponsored ridesharing service from the following stations: Newtonville Station (Commuter Rail- Worcester Line), Needham Heights Station (Commuter Rail- Needham Line) Chestnut Hill Station (MBTA Green Line-D), Newton Highlands Station (MBTA Green Line- D). NewMo lets you book a ride ($2/ride) from any of these stations to the Wells Avenue Business District, where the school is located.
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The Micah Childre...

Early Childhood Educator - Position Overview: The Micah Childre...

Full Time $14 – 19/hr Starts 07/25 Brentwood, TN
Position Overview: The Micah Children's Academy (Congregation Micah) provides a warm and thriving environment where children aged six weeks through Pre-K actively discover and expand their imagination and minds. Our school is conveniently located on a beautiful, lush, expansive property on the Williamson and Davidson County line, serving families of Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, and beyond. We proudly serve up to 84 students in our full-day early learning center. Our students experience a values-based curriculum reflecting a Reggio Emilia style that focuses on the development of the whole child. At its core, the Micah Children's Academy is a nurturing place where a love for lifelong learning is fostered. Children are engaged in enriching activities where they can create, problem solve, and discover the world through all their senses. The Micah Children's Academy is searching for Co-Teachers to add to our team! We highly value individuals who are eager to make their mark on the lives of our students, their families, and our community. The Co-Teacher is responsible for developing a cohesive teaching team, collaborating on the curriculum, and managing the day-to-day operations of the classroom. Teachers must understand developmentally appropriate practices and how to engage students in activities that are thoughtfully executed with the whole child's development in mind. The Teacher should be skilled in communicating with both children and adults to positively guide the students, effectively manage the classroom with other teachers, and resolve parental concerns as they arise. Key Responsibilities: - Coordinate and implement educational curriculum by developing classroom activities based on developmentally appropriate practices and early learning standards. - Lead by example - encourage teaching team success through modeling and coaching. - Plan and execute age-appropriate activities to actively engage children with the development of the whole child in mind. - Maintain frequent communications with parents through informal discussions, progress reports, and parent-teacher conferences. - Ensure all center policies and state regulations are met. - Ensure a healthy classroom environment. - Maintain accurate records, forms and files. - Maintain personal professional development plan to ensure continuous quality improvement. Detailed Responsibilities: - Implements and communicates developmentally appropriate Jewish values-based curriculum and activities according to MCA guidelines and TNELDS. - Prepares, submits, and posts lesson plans - Collects needed materials and supplies in advance. - Assesses plans and curriculum based on children's individuals needs and levels of development. - Prepares and distributes classroom newsletter weekly. - Maintains attendance records. - Submits reports necessary for compliance with licensing agencies. - Communicates with families via Brightwheel, face-to face interactions, and bulletin boards - Maintains a clean, safe, orderly classroom environment which contributes to the physical, emotional, social, and cognitive growth of children. (Per NAEYC, DHS, OSHA, Risk Management, and Center policies). - Monitors classroom and playground for cleanliness and safety. - Cleans classrooms according to established policies. - Complies with center cleaning and sanitizing procedures. - Limits excessive clutter in classroom. - Prepares appropriate reports as needed. - Maintains appropriate adult-child ratios. - Facilitates discussions with children throughout the day to enhance language development. - Monitors tone and volume of own voice to ensure respectful interactions with children, parents, and co-workers. - Assures that children are always supervised. Positions self in classroom and on playground in order to interact with and scaffold children's development. - Using observation and developmental profiles/checklists, and anecdotal notes, maintains appropriate records of children's progress. - Monitors children's behavior and development. - Documents and reports concerns or unusual behaviors to administrator/supervisor. - Work with supervisors to maintain inventory of supplies and materials - reports needed repairs immediately. - Monitors classroom inventory of supplies and materials. - Records needs on posted lists. - Removes broken toys and materials. - Conducts necessary repairs when possible. - Participates in and contributes to staff meetings, parent's meetings/conferences, and opportunities for professional development. - Reports issues, concerns, or topics that need to be included in staff meetings. - Initiates discussions with parents related to their child. - Conducts parent meetings/conferences. - Attends workshops and conferences as directed by supervisor. - Demonstrates a knowledge and understanding of NAEYC Developmentally Appropriate Practice, Department of Human Services Licensing Standards, TNELDS, Parent Handbook, and Staff Handbook. - Promotes and maintains confidentiality with respect to information related to children, parents, and co-workers. - Avoids conversations with parents concerning children (other than their own), parents, co-workers. - Answers parental questions appropriately and professionally. - Models appropriate interactions with children, parents, and co-workers. Salary commensurate with experience and education ($15.00 - $18.00 per hour) Benefits: - Health Insurance - Dental Insurance - Vision Insurance - Employer-paid Long-term Disability - Employer-paid Life Insurance - 403B Retirement Plan - Paid Time Off Supplemental: - Signing Bonus - Gas Stipend for 2022 - Professional Development and Training - Employee Childcare Discount
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Infant Caregiver - Ahava Early Learning Center is seeking qualif...

Full Time $14 – 18/hr Starts ASAP Atlanta, GA
Ahava Early Learning Center is seeking qualified caregivers! Ahava teachers believe in connected communities and the power of wonder to change our world. Teachers work to cultivate deep respect for childhood and for individual children and parents. They model responsibility, welcoming, caring, and curiosity. They seek to find the joy, creativity, and wonder in every child and every part of their day. Ahava teachers value and promote children's play and exploration, are curious about the child's perspective, understand child development, and are alert to the learning processes of the individual children in the group. Teachers work together with their colleagues within and between classrooms, model anti-bias practices and cultural sensitivity, ask for help, accept suggestions, and offer guidance, and engage with the Jewish identity and practices of the Ahava community. Teachers are lifelong learners who are deeply engaged with their own learning process through classroom research, professional development, self-reflection, and their own unique interests and hobbies. Above all, Ahava teachers work constantly to create strong relationships based on mutual respect with each other, children, and families in order to create the strongest base for the very youngest members of our community to blossom and grow. Ahava ELC is a child-centered learning space in Northwest Atlanta. Our Jewish pre-school is dedicated to fostering the physical, emotional, social, cognitive and creative growth of young children. Our Reggio-inspired environment is spacious and filled with natural light. We are open five days a week, and currently operating on a reduced schedule of care. We are hiring with the expectation that we will soon be moving back to more hours of care for families with young children. We are a year-round school, serving our community by providing high quality care for children through a strong commitment to learning through play. We believe that children's social and emotional growth and readiness for pre-academic learning is fostered when children are viewed through a lens of respect and competence. Children are given opportunities to explore within a carefully structured environment that allows for multi-sensory engagement. We are a young school invested in growing and building a strong connection to the community. If you are a dedicated team player, willing to collaborate and to work towards a shared vision of excellence in early childhood, we invite you to contact us. Currently seeking full-time and part-time teachers for our pre-school, infant, and toddler classes. Ahava Teaching Staff will: - Have excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to communicate effectively with parents, colleagues, supervisors, and children - Maintain a professional self-image and project the values of the organization at all times - Demonstrates awareness of different developmental stages of infants, toddlers, pre-school age children (as relevant to their individual job duties) - Attend to children's physical and emotional safety and security at all times - Actively cultivate a relationship-oriented outlook with children and their families - Observe children closely, and work with children and colleagues to create an environment and experiences that nurture the physical, spiritual, emotional, social, and intellectual growth and development of each child - Actively engage with our community's Jewish values, customs, and celebrations - Maintain open communication and a team-centered disposition - Attend regular meetings, engage in individual and collaborative planning, and cultivate your own on-going professional development - Maintain a clean, safe, and engaging environment and materials - Reliability and adherence to daily schedule - Be able to kneel, bend, squat, lift, push, pull, and carry children up to 70lbs

Early Childhood Teacher - Covid has been hard for all of us. A c...

Full Time $20 – 25/hr Starts ASAP Seattle, WA
Covid has been hard for all of us. A community of supportive teachers and the unconditional love of children can really help us all find fulfillment right now. This job includes lots of paid holidays, sick and vacation time and full benefits. The Beth Shalom Early Childhood Center is looking for compassionate, experienced teachers to join our team. We value collaboration, creativity and curiosity. We are a play based and relationship-based community school located in NE Seattle. We are committed to providing excellent, quality childcare for all young children in a safe, nurturing environment that is also rich in Jewish content. We are looking for teachers who are caring, flexible, good communicators and have experience working with children. Knowledge of Judaism is a plus, but not required. Our curriculum is emergent, child centered, and creative. We respect children as capable people who are able to make choices in their own learning. We believe that children learn best through play and hands on experiences. We design the environment to provoke children's natural curiosity and interest in learning. We maintain low staff ratios, so teachers can support children's experiences by asking open ended questions, facilitating problem solving and providing opportunities to expand or extend projects. We have full and part time opportunities. After 3 months, there will be a bonus of $600-$1, 000 depending upon the role. There will be an additional bonus after 6 months. Job Requirements: Early Childhood Education experience Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Must be able to lift at least 40 pounds Merit account and portable background check (can be obtained immediately after hire) CPR/First Aid Certification (can be obtained after hire) 30 hour basic WA STARS course (can be obtained after hire) We offer an excellent benefits package including health/dental/vision insurance, paid time off, approximately 25 additional paid days off for holiday closures, short-term disability, professional development opportunities, and a matching retirement plan. COVID-19 considerations: All employees must be vaccinated for Covid and have gotten boosters if vaccination was 6 months ago. Masks are required. Job Types: Full-time, Part-time Pay: $20.00 - $24.00 per hour

Preschool Teacher - We are looking for a full-time or part-time...

Full Time $25 – 35/hr Starts ASAP San Mateo, CA
We are looking for a full-time or part-time afternoon preschool teacher to join our nurturing preschool. Chai Preschool is a model preschool in San Mateo that is Reggio-inspired, offers a high-quality child-centered program, and follows developmentally appropriate practices. We offer programs for 2, 3, and 4-year-old children. Our teachers work in collaborative teams to plan engaging and unique learning experiences. We promote an environment where children can develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills for a successful and meaningful life. We are excited to welcome a new team member to our school. Teacher Responsibilities and Duties 8:30-5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday Maintain and implement procedures to ensure the health and safety of the children Assume an equal share of the joint housekeeping responsibilities of the staff. Create and work towards mutually agreed upon goals Attend all staff meetings and professional development opportunities Establish and maintain positive, professional, and effective communication and supportive ties with children, staff, and parents, to meet the individual needs of children and their families, which establishes a partnership between school and home for the child. Understand, and articulate the philosophy of the school. Communicate clearly and appropriately with fellow staff members, School Director, assistant director Maintain professional standards and conduct and a positive work ethic. Respect the confidentiality of school-related information. Plan the emergent curriculum with co-teachers according to the philosophy of the school. Document each child's learning experiences and developmental growth using individualized binders. Interactions with children must reflect respect and compassion. Intentional, ordered arrangement, appearance, decor, and appropriate classroom and play yard learning environment. Desired Qualifications: 6 months of experience or more with Children/Early Child Development Age Groups: Toddler, Preschool High school degree CPR Training, Early Childhood Education (ECE), Early Child Development Coursework 12 ECE Units or equivalent. Proof that you have some and are working towards getting them is also acceptable. (Candidates are not required to be familiar with Jewish practices.) Benefits: Paid sick/personal days 20 paid holidays/school closures Professional development opportunities Health/dental benefits (full-time staff) Compensation is based on experience and education. Please respond with your resume for consideration, and we will contact you with interview information. We look forward to hearing from you! Job Type: Full-time and Part-time afternoon positions available COVID-19 considerations: We require all staff to be fully vaccinated or in the process of getting fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Upon hire, you will be asked to provide proof of vaccination. Job Type: Full-time or Part-time in the PM

Toddler Teacher - located in Boston, MA - JOB REQUIREMENTS Previ...

Full Time $18 – 26/hr Starts 08/29 Boston, MA
JOB REQUIREMENTS Previous teaching experience with children under 3 years old. Minimum Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related educational field and documented ECC certification as Lead Teacher. EEC Infant/Toddler Teacher certified, or willingness to become certified. Knowledge of child development and ability to put that knowledge into practice with creative curriculum planning. Ability to work well as a member of a team, ask for help, accept feedback, and offer guidance. Strong verbal and written communication to effectively exchange information with co-workers and parents. Ability to actively interact with children including kneeling, bending, running and sitting on the floor and in small chairs. Our school is open from September until early June and follows the Brookline Public Schools calendar, plus additional Jewish holidays. Conveniently located in the Longwood Medical Area in Boston, we are less than a mile to Coolidge Corner in Brookline and easily accessible by public transportation. Full and part-time opportunities are available. FJECC offers a competitive salary and benefits for employees working 30 hours a week or more, including: health and dental, retirement, parking/transportation subsidy and discounted tuition for children of staff. FJECC is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

Preschool Lead Teacher - Our new Preschool is searching for a lo...

Full Time $15 – 25/hr Starts ASAP Royal Oak, MI
Our new Preschool is searching for a loving, active, and nurturing early childhood educator to add to our team. We are looking for a teacher for 3 days or 5 days, 7 hrs per day or 4 hours. If you love children, innovating, and want to be a part of a great team of passionate early childhood educators, please send us your resume. Who we are: Our mission is to help children recognize the unique potential that they were given and let them shine. By providing a loving, child-centered environment, we aim to empower our children to use their unique capabilities to impact their surroundings. By tapping into each child's curiosity and individuality, they will unleash their "Lamplighter" within. What makes us unique: Our school is built on the belief that the earliest events in a child's life are the most formative and critical determinants of their development. Furthermore, we hold true that children learn best through an experiential and intentional approach to teaching and learning, and that each child is inherently capable and competent. Drawing from the best practices in early childhood education, and with specific inspiration from the Reggio Emilia philosophy, children will learn through an innovative, inquiry-based, hands-on curriculum where they actively participate in the learning process. At Lamplighters, we honor the whole child. Teachers get to know each child deeply and authentically, allowing them to see their value within the classroom, the school and the community. Our amazing teachers will have: Early Childhood Education certification/degree. Bachelors degree is highly preferred One or more years of experience with Early Childhood Education within a preschool or childcare setting Familiarity with Jewish culture and education is not necessary but a plus! What we offer: Weekends and evenings off! No late nights here, except for the occasional parent/teacher conference Competitive compensation Small class sizes Time with the sweetest children and their loving families This position may be mornings only or three days a week. This is still to be decided.