Plans and implements individualized education programs for each child. Provides leadership through active direction and actual involvement in the care, teaching and training of children. Works cooperatively with Assistant Teachers, Center Aides and Volunteers within the classroom Inventories all classroom equipment and supplies as instructed annually. Responsible for implementing parent engagement activities. Performs the duties of Bus Monitor as assigned. Assists in custodial duties of classroom. Ensures that the physical needs of children are met. Works in cooperation with supervisor to develop and document progress on professional development plan.
Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education or related field.*. One year experience working with young children in an educational program preferred. Bilingual ability in English/Spanish preferred.** Excellent interpersonal skills. No citations for child abuse or neglect. Flexible hours required. Basic computer skills required.
**Language requirement is preferred. [Supervisor may change this to required as vacancy is posted if needed to meet one bilingual per classroom requirement.]
- Degree in a related field is defined as an associate, baccalaureate or advanced degree in a field other than child development or early childhood education that either includes or is supplemented by six college courses (2-3 semester credits each) in child development or early childhood education focusing on children birth to age five.
Must pass physical and TB test. Ability to: Complete basic paperwork, respond to emergency situations, analyze and solve problems, move and play with small children. Engage in occasional light lifting, pushing, carrying, and pulling tasks. Perform multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: Office, child care environment. Dress according to policy.
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