Job Description

  • Provides a balanced preschool curriculum as evidenced by the daily lesson plans completed and turned in to the Center Director each week. Lesson plans are designed around theme-oriented PAL
  • Gathers and prepares sufficient supplies and equipment for each day’s use. Is aware of what materials are available and of their proper
  • Maintains assigned classroom bulletin boards. Bulletin boards include daily classroom schedules and items of special interest to
  • Maintains a clean and orderly environment. Ensures the classroom is safe, neat and ready for the children’s use each day. Assists other staff members in maintaining theclassroom, kitchen, bathroom, laundry and storage areas.
  • Utilizes classroom lockers for the attractive display of books, plants, etc. Keeps lockers free of teaching.
  • Does not attach drawings and/or decorations to the walls with staples, nails or other materials that could damage or deface the
  • Provides suitable emotional support to the children throughout the day within a loving and nurturing environment. Always displays warmth and
  • Supervises the personal hygiene of the children and ensures they are always neat and presentable. Shoes are tied, hair is combed and faces are washed as needed. Maintains an ample supply of tissue for cleaning runny
  • Washes hands thoroughly with soap and water after assisting children with toileting, diaper changes, cleaning noses and before and after
  • Participates with the children at meal times. Encourages good manners, positive attitudes about new foods and relaxed conversation. Assists the children as needed. Teaches children proper habits of washing before meals and cleanup after meals. Allows thechildren to participate in cleanup activities. Feeds infants according to feeding schedules provided by the parents.
  • Ensures infants are held during feeding until they are safely able to hold their own
  • Uses behavior modification techniques to deal with negative behavior rather than displaying anger or a loud voice or physical
  • Balances the day with active and quiet activities for the children. Is conscious of the limited attention span of young children and, therefore, keeps waiting times to a minimum and fills waiting times with songs, finger play,
  • Provides a restful atmosphere during children’s
  • Respects children’s freedom as individuals. Develops children’s positive self-concepts and self-esteem.
  • Initiates group activities for both large and small groups. Plans activities for the developmental stages of each child, social, emotional, physical and
  • Encourages imaginative and constructive use of materials and equipment. Provides opportunities for dress-up, role play and the use of art
  • Sends home regularly a product of each child’s
  • Is responsible for the health, safety and welfare of each assigned child. Provides constant supervision of each child in the assigned group. Is conscious of safety in supervising the children, and maintains an awareness of the whole group by imposing appropriate limits on their behavior. Knows the location of each assigned child at all
  • Keeps the Center Director informed about each child’s current status of
  • Labels cots, extra clothing, cribs, bottles, diaper bags and lockers with each child’s Children’s personal belongings are maintained separately and neatly.
  • Ensures the proper use of toilet facilities by the
  • Properly maintains and cares for all curriculum materials, teachers manuals, Peabody Kits, resource libraries,
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Type: Full-Time

Job Type: Full-time

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Benefits:

  • Paid time off

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday

Experience:

  • Teaching: 1 year (Required)

Education:

  • Bachelor’s (Required)

License:

  • Early Childhood Education (Required)

Work authorization:

  • United States (Required)

Hours per week:

  • 20-29
  • 30-39

Work Remotely: