Motivate and uphold teacher moral and attendance within classroom.
Explain and instruct assistants in daily activities.
Help keep rooms clean, orderly, and free of hazards.
Prepare lesson plans weekly, focusing on developmentally appropriate activities and curriculum.
Submit lesson plans for approval by Friday for the following week.
Follow the daily food menu program.
Become familiar with and implement routines, schedules and learning programs in your room.
Communicate with director and owner about children in your care.
Preparation of daily materials during nap time prior to next day’s lesson.
Sanitation of the classroom, center and playground.
Complete various forms as assigned for assistants, students, and parents.
Be accountable for and execute safety, sanitation, and security procedures.
Communicate openly and tactfully with parents on a daily basis.
Knowledge of and implement discipline policy as needed.
Attend and participate in all staff meetings.
Distribute medication to students as needed.
Periodically change room arrangement along with carpet and table seating assignments.
All other duties as assigned.
Note: We teach 2 can arrange for the first four requirements.
CPR training (adult and child)
First Aid training (adult and child)
Child Abuse Mandatory Reporter certification within the first 30 days of hire
Universal Precautions training
It is preferred but not required that the candidate possess an Associate’s degree in early childhood education or child development; or a Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education, child development or a child related field.
Ten hours of professional growth for the first year and six hours every year thereafter.
Civil rights training (yearly) in April of every year, 30 minutes.
CACFP Training (yearly) 1.5 hours per year, step to success training done module 1,6,9,10
CACFP new staff orientation done within the first 2 weeks of hire
Ability to manage a variety of tasks and responsibilities in an orderly and efficient manner.
Exceptional oral and written communication skills
Ability to take initiative and generate enthusiasm in other staff and students.
Free of conviction by law in any state for the mistreatment of a child, violence against a person, lascivious acts with a child, child neglect, or child abuse.
Willingness to assume responsibility and to be accountable for decisions.
Evidence of good health according to a pre-employment physical and every three years thereafter.
Be available for full time employment and available to work as late as 5:30 pm.