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Lead Teacher - Rochester Christian Daycare is looking for a dedi...

Full Time $25 – 40/hr Starts ASAP Rochester, NY
Rochester Christian Daycare is looking for a dedicated, experience, caring professional who is ready to join our team! Job Responsibilities & Essential Functions of Lead Teachers: Engage and communicate with individual children Interact frequently and respectfully with children. Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum Facilitate regular parent/guardian communication Follow all safety and health rules Demonstrate awareness of the entire group Keep the environment safe, clean and attractive Participate actively in the teaching team through communication Assist the Director with other tasks when necessary: meal prep/clean-up, scheduling, curriculum planning, opening/closing, etc. Follow all rules and regulations set forth by the NYS Child Care Regulations Must be comfortable working with all age groups, infant through school age, as teachers may assist in other classrooms when needed. Must be a team player and be willing to help in all aspects of the center - Teacher, Assistant Teacher, Cook, Clean, Cover Breaks, etc. Minimum Qualifications/ Requirements for Infant/Toddler Lead one of the following: Associates in Early Childhood Education (or) Infant Toddler Child Development Associate credential (CDA) and 2 years experience. (or) Infant and Toddler Child Care and Education credential (NYSACYC) and 2 years experience. OR 9 Child related ECE classes with a plan of study.
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Assistant Preschool Director - Independent, local, Christian Pre...

Full Time $15 – 18/hr Starts 08/22 Acworth, GA
Independent, local, Christian Preschool seeking to hire a full time Assistant Director to join our team. You must enjoy working with teachers and staff to help the center offer the best possible experience for our families. Full time hours would vary based on the daily needs but will include closing the center each day. The Assistant Director must dress professionally and uphold the professionalism expected of the job. Job Summary As the Assistant Director you must be kind, patient and loving. You must be a strong leader, with the ability to manage a diverse group of children and staff. It is important that you are an effective communicator, as you will be interacting with staff, parents and children on a daily basis. You must be skilled at CPR, first aid and other routine emergency treatments. It is imperative that you are organized, detail-oriented, trustworthy, responsible, punctual and reliable. You must be able to work independently, perform assigned jobs with few errors and minimal supervision. As the Assistant Director of the Preschool you will be tasked with a number of behind-the-scenes duties to keep the day care center running smoothly. You must constantly help in monitoring the center, ensuring that it is a safe and healthy place for children, and adhere to proper licensing regulations. Essential Duties & Responsibilities - Monitor, manage and motivate preschool team (including: hiring, performance reviews, firing, recognition program, etc.) to ensure accurate performance of job duties and responsibilities, adhering to lesson plans and providing outstanding care for students. - Daily interaction with parents and students. It will be part of your job to stay in touch with parents, making yourself readily available to listen to their comments and concerns, and keeping them informed on new developments. - Assigning, enrolling, scheduling, tracking in internal and external systems required staff training. - Ensure staff and student files are complete, maintain licensing required tracking for immunizations, emergency drills, vehicle inspections, allergies and medical conditions, phone directory, authorization from parents to allow student pick up from facility. - Conduct tours with potential families and promote our center in the community - You will assist in coordinating program implementations, assess children, helping to keep classrooms clean and organized throughout the day. - Help plan and attend teacher meetings, workshops and special events. - Work alongside our Chef for menu planning, food and paper product ordering, menu preparation, menu retention and product price tracking for purchases. Education and Skills - Minimum education requirement high school diploma or equivalent candidates with a four-year degree in early childhood development, accounting or another related subject area will have a competitive edge. - Prior experience working in childcare a plus. - Prior office management or customer relations experience a plus. - Computer proficiency with email, Excel, maintaining data bases, on-line resourcing, social media, etc. Benefits Include: - Working in a professional setting with an experienced Leadership team and teachers. - Hourly Compensation with Bi-Weekly pay and Direct Deposit. - Paid Vacation after one year of full-time employment. - Paid holidays and Inclement Weather Days after 6 months of full-time employment. - Paid in-service days. - Discounted Child Care. - Professional Development in-house and off-site.
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Substitute Assistant Teacher - **This is an as needed position i...

Full Time $10 – 15/hr Starts ASAP Braidwood, IL
**This is an as needed position is as needed. The hours would vary based on full time assistant teachers vacations and call offs.** Early Childhood Assistant Teacher Job Requirements Base Requirements Pass background clearance through fingerprinting Maintain a complete, current DFCS file Complete all required orientation from DCFS and Playhouse Academy, LLC. Maintain current CPR and first aid. This training is free and your time is paid, if it is completed through Playhouse Academy. If you fail to go to your scheduled training date, you will be required to get the training on your own within 30 days from that training date. Attend monthly staff meetings DCFS physical with proof of immunizations and TB test (physical repeated every 2 years) Staff shall be able to demonstrate: Emotional maturity when working with children Cooperation with the purposes and services of the program Respect for children and adults Flexibility, understanding and patience Physical and mental health that do not interfere with child care responsibilities Good personal hygiene Frequent interaction with children Listening skills, availability and responsiveness to children Sensitivity to children's socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds, and individual needs and capabilities Use of positive discipline and guidance techniques Ability to provide an environment in which children can feel comfortable, relaxed, happy and involved in play, recreation and other activities Skills to help children meet their developmental and emotional needs Skills in planning, directing, and conducting programs that meet the children's basic needs. Education Requirements A high school diploma or GED Complete continuing education requirements every year Classroom Responsibilities Assist teachers with day to day classroom operations such as cleaning, changing diapers, daily preparations, engaging children in activities, teaching good hygiene and manners, decorating, serving meals and snacks Supervise the safety and well-being of the children at all time, indoors and outdoors. Never leave children unattended. Maintain a clean and odor free classroom swept, mopped, and vacuumed. Serve as a role model for the children. Ensure proper care of the building, equipment and supplies. Diapering procedures must be followed. Handwashing procedures must be followed. Follow all protocols and procedures of Playhouse Academy. Professional Duties Work cooperatively with other staff and outside consultants. Read and follow all DCFS standards. Read and follow all Playhouse Academy policies and procedures. Comply with all NAC accreditation standards. Report any special needs or problems of children to the supervising teacher. Work cooperatively with the supervising teacher regarding any suspected cases of child abuse or neglect and report to DCFS. Be respectful and courteous to parents. The supervising teacher will address all concerns of any child with the parent. Maintain confidentiality with all information that is obtained at the center. Attend all meetings, seminars, and workshops punctually and be present and ready to learn. Maintain a good public image. Remain flexible in hours available to work and groups of children that you work with. Utilize time effectively
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Substitute Teacher - ** This position is an as needed position....

Full Time $10 – 15/hr Starts ASAP Braidwood, IL
** This position is an as needed position. Hours would vary based on full time teacher vacations/call off** Early Childhood Teacher Job Requirements Base Requirements Pass background clearance through fingerprinting 19 years of age. Maintain a complete, current DFCS file Complete all required orientation from DCFS and Playhouse Academy, LLC. Attend monthly staff meetings DCFS physical with proof of immunizations and TB test (physical repeated every 2 years) Staff shall be able to demonstrate: Emotional maturity when working with children Cooperation with the purposes and services of the program Respect for children and adults Flexibility, understanding and patience Physical and mental health that do not interfere with child care responsibilities Good personal hygiene Frequent interaction with children Listening skills, availability and responsiveness to children Sensitivity to children's socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds, and individual needs and capabilities Use of positive discipline and guidance techniques Ability to provide an environment in which children can feel comfortable, relaxed, happy and involved in play, recreation and other activities Skills to help children meet their developmental and emotional needs Skills in planning, directing, and conducting programs that meet the children's basic needs. Education Requirements A high school diploma or GED A minimum of 60 semester hours with 6 hours in ECE. Complete continuing education requirements every year Maintain current CPR and first aid. This training is free and your time is paid, if it is completed through Playhouse Academy. If you fail to go to your scheduled training date, you will be required to get the training on your own within 30 days from that training date. Classroom Responsibilities Supervise the safety and well-being of the children at all time, indoors and outdoors. Never leave children unattended. Maintain a clean and odor free classroom swept, mopped, and vacuumed. Do not rearrange classroom without help from the Director. Serve as a role model for the children. Ensure proper care of the building, equipment and supplies. Turn in weekly lesson plans using Playhouse Academy's template, following the Creative Curriculum guidelines. Perform the ages and stages screening on all children in your classroom within 30 days of starting the program and at least yearly. Enforce manners and good hygiene with the children. Fill out accident/incident forms and logs correctly. Keep all posting current on parent board and in the classroom. Follow your daily schedule and lesson plans. Cleaning checklists must be completed and turned in to the director. Attendance and food sheets must be filled out correctly and consistently. Current attendance must be kept at all times. Portfolios must be kept for each child according to Playhouse Academy. Classroom should be decorated and inviting for children and parents. Free art must be hung at children's eye level as well as pictures showing real life, good hygiene and diversity. Diapering procedures must be followed. Handwashing procedures must be followed. Follow all protocols and procedures of Playhouse Academy. Professional Duties Work cooperatively with other staff, parents and outside consultants. Read and follow all DCFS standards. Read and follow all Playhouse Academy policies and procedures. Comply with all NAC accreditation standards. Report any special needs or problems of children to the director. Work cooperatively with the director regarding any suspected cases of child abuse or neglect and report to DCFS. Be respectful and courteous to parents. The supervising teacher will address all concerns of any child with the parent. Maintain confidentiality with all information that is obtained at the center. Attend all meetings, seminars, and workshops punctually and be present and ready to learn. Maintain a good public image. Remain flexible in hours available to work and groups of children that you work with. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Utilize time effectively.
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Infant Teacher - Early Childhood Teacher Job Requirements Base R...

Full Time $10 – 15/hr Starts ASAP Braidwood, IL
Early Childhood Teacher Job Requirements Base Requirements Pass background clearance through fingerprinting 19 years of age. Maintain a complete, current DFCS file Complete all required orientation from DCFS and Playhouse Academy, LLC. Attend monthly staff meetings DCFS physical with proof of immunizations and TB test (physical repeated every 2 years) Staff shall be able to demonstrate: Emotional maturity when working with children Cooperation with the purposes and services of the program Respect for children and adults Flexibility, understanding and patience Physical and mental health that do not interfere with child care responsibilities Good personal hygiene Frequent interaction with children Listening skills, availability and responsiveness to children Sensitivity to children's socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds, and individual needs and capabilities Use of positive discipline and guidance techniques Ability to provide an environment in which children can feel comfortable, relaxed, happy and involved in play, recreation and other activities Skills to help children meet their developmental and emotional needs Skills in planning, directing, and conducting programs that meet the children's basic needs. Education Requirements A high school diploma or GED A minimum of 60 semester hours with 6 hours in ECE. Complete continuing education requirements every year Maintain current CPR and first aid. This training is free and your time is paid, if it is completed through Playhouse Academy. If you fail to go to your scheduled training date, you will be required to get the training on your own within 30 days from that training date. Classroom Responsibilities Supervise the safety and well-being of the children at all time, indoors and outdoors. Never leave children unattended. Maintain a clean and odor free classroom swept, mopped, and vacuumed. Do not rearrange classroom without help from the Director. Serve as a role model for the children. Ensure proper care of the building, equipment and supplies. Turn in weekly lesson plans using Playhouse Academy's template, following the Creative Curriculum guidelines. Perform the ages and stages screening on all children in your classroom within 30 days of starting the program and at least yearly. Enforce manners and good hygiene with the children. Fill out accident/incident forms and logs correctly. Keep all posting current on parent board and in the classroom. Follow your daily schedule and lesson plans. Cleaning checklists must be completed and turned in to the director. Attendance and food sheets must be filled out correctly and consistently. Current attendance must be kept at all times. Portfolios must be kept for each child according to Playhouse Academy. Classroom should be decorated and inviting for children and parents. Free art must be hung at children's eye level as well as pictures showing real life, good hygiene and diversity. Diapering procedures must be followed. Handwashing procedures must be followed. Follow all protocols and procedures of Playhouse Academy. Professional Duties Work cooperatively with other staff, parents and outside consultants. Read and follow all DCFS standards. Read and follow all Playhouse Academy policies and procedures. Comply with all NAC accreditation standards. Report any special needs or problems of children to the director. Work cooperatively with the director regarding any suspected cases of child abuse or neglect and report to DCFS. Be respectful and courteous to parents. The supervising teacher will address all concerns of any child with the parent. Maintain confidentiality with all information that is obtained at the center. Attend all meetings, seminars, and workshops punctually and be present and ready to learn. Maintain a good public image. Remain flexible in hours available to work and groups of children that you work with. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Utilize time effectively.
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Recurring Nanny For A Young Family With A Newborn Infant - Hello...

Part Time $15 – 25/hr Starts 01/04 Alexandria, VA
Hello! We are expecting our first child (a little baby boy) in mid September, and we're looking for care one day per week starting in the new year (2023) when we both go back to work in the office. The day can either be Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday - preferable Wednesday, but we are flexible! My wife will leave around 8:00-8:15 in the morning, so we need someone who is around by 7:45 or so. I will arrive back home around 4:30-5:00, so you'd be free at that point! My wife will be pumping, so we'd have pumped milk for the baby to eat throughout the day. We don't need a whole lot of extra tasks completed - he shouldn't have too many appointments to go to that we couldn't handle, and we are fine cooking and cleaning up! Might just need the occasional light clean up throughout the day. We are looking for someone with experience in infant care. We are Catholic, and our values reflect that - we don't care if our new caregiver is Catholic or not, but we want them to understand our values, and that they're important to us! We will be raising our child with very specific values, and we just want someone watching him who will respect our religion and views. We have a little Toy Poodle named Ozzy - he is a ball of energy, but he is a very good pup! Our caregiver would need to be comfortable taking care of the dog as well - he just needs a quick walk ever 4-6 hours or so, and some supervision if he's feeling super mischievous on a given day :). We live in an apartment in Alexandria, it's a very nice area with a lot of places to go on walks with the baby and dog!