Title: Child Care Teacher/ Teacher Department: Good Shepherd Children's CenterCurrent positions available: AM's, Mon-Fri, 7am-11am 30 hrs per (2 week) pay periodPM's, Mon-Fri, 2pm-6:30pm 45 hrs per (2 week) pay periodPosition Summary: The primary purpose of your job is to supervise and teach the group of children to which you are assigned. A Child Care Teacher shall be familiar with and follow all center, Good Shepherd Services and Wisconsin DCF 251 policies and procedures. Extent of the Position Description: The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or is a logical assignment to the position.How to Learn More: To learn more about this opportunity, simply click on the "submit" button below and follow our simple "60 second" application process. Don't worry, we know your time is valuable, so you will just be asked to answer a few simple questions, and give you the ability to upload your resume.Essential Functions: 1.Must be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language.2.Must be familiar with and follow policies and procedures set forth in Wisconsin Licensing DCF 251 and that of Good Shepherd Services and Good Shepherd Children's Center.3.Knows and understands child abuse and neglect laws and shall report any suspected abuse or neglect to the Director and/or social services.4.Plans and implements weekly and monthly lesson plans.5.Gives direction to the assistant teacher who may be working with you in your assigned classroom.6.Supervises, knows the names, whereabouts and number of children assigned to your care at all times.7.Intervenes when children are engaging in behaviors that could harm themselves or others. 8.Uses positive guidance techniques when a child displays inappropriate behavior or uses inappropriate language.9.Assists children with personal cleanliness and self-help skills.10.Assists children during meal and snack service. Ensures that all foods are age appropriate, to cut or mash foods to sizes to prevent choking hazards and monitor the temperature of food to prevent scalding.11.Is alert to children under your care who have allergies to foods or other substances or animals. Is aware of the action to be taken in the event that a possible allergic reaction may occur.12.Is aware of any children under your care with special health needs and knows interventions or assistance needed to care for those children.13.Will properly and legibly fill out the daily sheets for children in those classrooms where, a daily sheet in regards to the child's day is sent home with the family.14.Communicates effectively with parents/guardians in regards to their child's day.15.Greets families upon their arrival at the center.16.Transitions children from activity to activity so that they do not have to wait in large lines or for extended periods of time.17.Knows the policies and procedures to follow in emergency situations and is capable of implementing those procedures.18.Reports any possible safety hazards to the Director including, but not limited to broken or unsafe toys or equipment.19.Shall be familiar with the first aid procedures which can be implemented at the center and be capable of performing those procedures. Shall be aware of the location of the first aid and eye wash stations.
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