Job Postings

Posted 3/14/19

Teacher Support Coordinator, Spartan Child Development Center, East Lansing, MI

Contact Person: Liz Lauren

Job Location: Spartan Child Development Center
33 Crescent Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48823

Job Title: Teacher Support Coordinator

Job Description:

The Teacher Support Coordinator works in collaboration with the Assistant
Director to support Teachers, Assistant Teachers, and aide staff in the
implementation of the children’s program. This position is full-time, 40 hours
a week, with administrative responsibilities. The Teacher Support Coordinator reports directly to the Executive Director and job responsibilities may vary based on the needs of the program.

Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree, from an accredited institution, in child development,
    education or related field
  • At minimum, an Associate’s Degree in early childhood education or child development, or a completed CDA, and at least five years of lead teaching experience
  • Physical and mental stamina. Ability to lift, push, and move weight 30lbs
    or more
  • Experience in early childhood education including the following;
    • State of Michigan Department of Human Services Childcare Licensing Rules
    • Classroom management and teaching
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Training and mentoring of adults
    • Experience planning lessons and activities that support an emergent
      learning environment
  • Knowledge of
    • Child development and appropriate learning practices
    • Teaching and activity methods used with children ages birth through six years
    • Materials and equipment used in group settings with young children
    • Positive discipline and redirection techniques
    • Appropriate assessment techniques and materials
    • Adult learning styles
    • NAEYC accreditation guidelines and Michigan Early Learning Standards
    • Community resources for staff, children, and families
  • A philosophy of early childhood education compatible with the center
  • Ability to:
    • Establish warm, supportive relationships with children and adults
    • Accept and profit from supervision and constructive criticism
    • Develop and maintain working relationships with staff
    • Thrive within a team-oriented environment

Responsibilities related to working with Administration and Office Staff:

  • Work in collaboration with the Administrative Staff to ensure proper
    coverage for opening and closing the building
  • Serve as Building Administrator in the absence of the Executive Director
    and Assistant Director
  • Checks an injured child and signs Accident Reports; provides guidance
    regarding a sick child
  • Maintain confidentiality regarding staff, family, child and administrative
    information
  • Communicate with Center families and staff to include: maintaining polite,
    friendly relationships with Center families; answering staff and parent
    questions; giving Center tours to perspective families and answering
    general waitlist questions
  • Work with the Executive Director and Business Manager in the ordering
    and management of classroom supplies and materials
  • Works with Business Manager to record hourly employees paid training
    hours
  • Works with Executive Director to maintain and support the SCDC waitlist
    • Respond to general inquiries about waitlist via phone and or emails.
      Update waitlist document and coordinating binders
  • Work with the Executive Director and Assistant Director to plan and facilitate new-staff orientations and annual staff training
  • Collaborates with Assistant Director in the process of Professional Staff

Substitute promotions

  • Works with the Assistant Director in the implementation of the new
    teacher mentoring program and annual staff evaluations

    • Conduct observations of staff and offer feedback of work performance
      through ongoing mentoring and as needed the development of
      improvement plans
    • Meets with Executive Director to follow up on annual goals and provides
      feedback for individualized annual professional development plans
  • Works with Assistant Director to edit and review bi-annual conference reports
  • Works with and supports the Executive Director and Assistant Director with parent orientations, licensing, staff training, and special projects or events as needed
  • Attend and participate in staff meetings and trainings
  • Serve as a substitute in the case of teacher absence

Responsibilities related to working with Teaching Staff:

  • Performance Development and Appraisals
  • Works with the Assistant Teachers to offer feedback of work performance
    through ongoing mentoring and as needed the development of
    improvement plans

    • Completion of evaluations for Assistant Teachers
  • Meets with Assistant Teachers to review self-reflection, annual evaluation,
    and then follow up quarterly for evaluation goals
  • Work with Lead Teachers, as needed, in the completion of annual
    pro-staff and aide staff evaluations
  • Maintain organization and implement plans for use of center equipment
    and facilities

    • Playground
    • Multipurpose Room
    • Center Libraries- Preschool and Infant/Toddler
    • Toy Inventory/Labeling
  • Schedule Library time in each classroom once a month
  • Serve as a resource for activities, ideas, information from professional
    and/or popular publications and conferences
  • Inform staff of literature and community resources that are available for
    professional development
  • Working in coordination with the Preschool 4 teachers to plan the
    Summer Program

    • Plan and arrange field trips (coordinate units of study with the field trips)
    • Secure transportation for field trips
    • Work with the local School District to schedule school bus transportation when needed
    • Utilize community resources for field trip destinations and special guests being brought into SCDC on non-field trip days
    • Attend field trips as an additional staff member
    • Work with the Executive Director and Business Manager to create and maintain the summer program budget; to ensure payment as needed for field trips
    • Work with the cook to make special arrangements for meals as needed (early breakfast, late lunch, packing lunches or snacks for field trips)

Responsibilities related to working with Professional Staff Substitutes and
Teacher Aide Staff:

  • Works with the Professional Staff Substitute’s and Aide Staff to offer
    feedback of work performance through onsite mentoring and as needed the
    development of improvement plans
  • Collaborate with Assistant Director in the process of Professional Staff
    Substitute promotions and provide training for the position

Maintain and coordinate the following:

  • Staff Directory
  • Update health appraisal/immunization record tracking sheet
  • Regular social media posts and weekly events email
  • Scholastic Books- book orders and Spring Book Fair
  • Fall School Pictures through LifeTouch
  • Vision and Hearing Screening
  • Other duties as assigned; some evening and weekend hours may be
    required;

Salary commensurate with experience;
Employment is contingent upon the completion and positive review of a
Child Care Background Check, Tuberculosis Test, and References Check.

Job site:
scdc.msu.edu

Closing Date for Job: July 1, 2019

Child Care Teacher Assistant (Full time or Part time), St. Mary Child Care Center or Montessori Center of Our Lady, Livonia, MI

Contact Person: Corils Stokes

Job Location: St. Mary Child Care Center or Montessori Center of Our Lady,
Livonia , MI 48154

Job Title: Child Care Teacher Assistant – Full time and Part time Position Available

Job Description:

The Teacher Assistant is responsible for assisting the Lead Teacher in the
daily programming for children enrolled at St. Mary Child Care Center. The
role includes helping to provide developmentally appropriate practices and
high quality early care and education in a manner that is reflective of the
Felician Sisters’ Core Values for Ministry (Respect for Human Dignity,
Compassion, Justice & Peace, Solidarity with the Poor, and
Transformation). The Teacher Assistant performs his/her duties in
partnership with the classroom lead teacher to ensure that the needs of
children and their families are understood and communicated.

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma
  • Early childhood education or related field preferred
  • Exemplary interpersonal, collaborative and planning skills
  • Interest and ability to support children and their families
  • Ability to work cooperatively with people in and outside of the classroom
  • Ability to respond positively to work direction and guidance from others
  • The Teacher Assistant shall be a sensitive and mature person who has
    experience working with young children (infant-6 years) in addition to the
    following:

    • Relates to children and adults in a caring manner
    • Strives to meet the needs of children and their families in child care
      related areas
    • Ability to work independently, managing multiple demanding tasks under critical timeframes
  • Criminal background check required
  • Required attendance – Protecting God’s Children

Demands (Physical and Special):

  • Ability to sit (25%), walk/stand (75%), routinely throughout the shift.
  • Must be able to periodically lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Must have functional senses/manual dexterity to carry out the job;
    communicate effectively; and use of office equipment.
  • Must have the ability to deal effectively with the stress of managing
    emergency/critical situations and multiple tasks.
  • Knowledge of child development (infant – 8 years)
  • Knowledge of grammar and spelling for daily verbal and written
    communication
  • Ability to keep confidences regarding staff, parents & children
    Environmental Conditions:
  • Performs duties with exposure to infectious or communicable diseases
    inherent to the care of children
  • Occasional exposure to loud or unpleasant voices due to unpredictable
    behavior of children

Stewardship:

  • Demonstrates adherence to Felician Sisters Child Care Centers, Inc.,
    State of Michigan Licensing Rules for Child Care Centers, as well as
    policies of St. Mary Child Care Center.
  • Demonstrates punctuality and adheres to attendance policies
  • Uses resources in a cost effective manner and manages own work
    activities efficiently and effectively
  • Demonstrates initiative and seeks opportunities to enhance operating
    performance

Full-time & Part-time Positions
Hourly wage commensurate with experience

To apply: Please send resume to Corlis Stokes at cstokes@nullfeliciansisters.org

Job site:
www.stmarychildcarecenter.org

Closing Date for Job: Apr 09, 2019

Assistant Caregiver – (Full and Part Time Positions), Baby Acres Early Childhood Care, Ray, MI

Contact Person: Jillian Spano-Mercure

Job Location: 17777 28 Mile Rd
Ray, MI 48096

Job Title: Assistant Caregiver – Full and Part Time Positions Available
State Licensed In-Home Group Childcare

Job Description: We are looking for someone who has a passion for children. We provide a loving and caring environment for children from birth to school age. We are looking for someone who can work well with others and can provide a nurturing environment.

Qualifications:
Must meet Child Care Licensing Requirements.
Ability to lift children weighing up to thirty-five pounds
Ability to sit on the floor, bend at waist, kneel and/or stop 75% of the time.
Ability to develop genuine and positive relationships with children.
Ability to facilitate child learning, growth, and achievement.
Regular attendance and reliability is essential.
Infant CPR and First Aid must be up to date.

Phone number: (248) 830-6205

Closing Date for Job: Dec 15, 2019

Posted 3/8/19

Preschool Teacher (Part-Time), Somerset Early Childhood Center, Rochester Hills, MI

Contact Person: Anne Porter

Job Location: Somerset Early Childhood Center
1385 S Adams Road
Rochester Hills, MI 48309

Job Title: Preschool Teacher (Part-Time)

Job Description:

Preschool Teacher (part-time) (Rochester Hills)

NAEYC Accredited Early Childhood Program seeks part-time preschool
teacher, Monday-Friday (8:30-1:00 pm ), September through mid-June.
Afternoon hours may be added as enrollment increases (1:00-4:30). Our
school has been NAEYC accredited since 2000. We recently received the
results of our 5 year 2018 re-accreditation review. Our school received
scores of 100+% on all 10 of the criteria categories.

We are looking for a teacher who is motivated to continue to learn, grow
and become a long-term colleague in a staff of highly qualified, professional
early childhood educators dedicated to providing the best possible EC
experience for young children. Our administrators are career EC specialists
who strive to maintain a work environment for staff that supports their
efforts to grow and to function at their highest level, and that encourages
them to have a voice in policy and curriculum development.

Qualifications:

  • 4 year college/university degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE) or a
    related field is required.
  • Interested applicants with Elementary Education degrees must also have
    an Early Childhood endorsement and teaching experience with children 4 years of age or younger.

Essential qualities and experience include:

  • A commitment to continuous life-long learning in the area of ECE
  • A high level of respect for young children
  • Demonstrated experience developing and maintaining a developmentally
    appropriate, inquiry-focused, project-based classroom
  • Effective child observation and assessment skills
  • Early literacy knowledge and experience
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills
  • A desire to make a positive contribution to a highly professional ECE
    team.

Each of our classrooms has two fully qualified teachers who team-teach
together, and plan with a second pair of teachers who are in another
classroom at the same developmental level. Working in this program would
be an excellent match for the Early Childhood educator or who desires to
work with a highly professional team, and is interested in staying current in
the areas of research and best practice in Early Childhood Education.

Applicants should be available to begin immediately.
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $15.00-16.00 /hour base with many additional perks

Job site: http://www.somersetrochester.org

Closing Date for Job: Apr 30, 2019

Infant & Toddler Program Manager, The Other Way Ministries, Grand Rapids, MI

Contact Person: Jackie Koning

Job Location:

The Other Way Ministries – Little Lights Infant and Toddler Program

839 Sibley St NW Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Job Title: Infant & Toddler Program Manager

Job Description:

The Other Way Ministries is an urban Christian community development
organization located on the Westside of Grand Rapids, MI. We are
currently seeking a full-time Program Manager for our Infant & Toddler
Program. This person will be responsible for upholding and supporting the
mission and values of the organization.

This position requires:

  • Demonstrated Christian spiritual maturity
  • Strong administrative skills and ability to meet deadlines
  • Thorough understanding of Early Childhood Development
  • High level of Cultural Competence

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:-

  • Responsible for the daily operation of Infant & Toddler program
  • Maintain policies and procedures for program operation
  • Outline expectations and monitor communications with parents
  • Keep teachers informed of current program information
  • Ensure program is in full compliance with all licensing and safety
    regulations
  • Work in partnership with the ELNC Project/Compliance Director and
    ELNC Early Childhood – Education Director or other consultants contracted through ELNC
  • Maintain a visible presence to staff, students and Little Lights families
  • Attend mandatory training and meetings as needed
  • Keep certifications current (ie CPR/First Aid, etc)
  • Keep communication current with ELNC EHS Director
  • Maintain professional attitude and loyalty to the Program
  • Treat children, parents, other teachers with respect and dignity
  • Keep accurate records
  • Assist and/or participate in all ELNC major projects and activities
  • Ensure program is in alignment with The Other Way Ministries’
    Christ-centered mission and values

QUALIFICATIONS – To perform this job successfully, an individual must be
able to perform the essential duties. The requirements listed below are
representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.

Job Competencies:

  • Cultural – The ability to understand, communicate with and effectively
    interact with people across cultures.
  • Flexibility/Resilience – The ability to adjust to and thrive in a complex and
    changing environment; handles setbacks and failures with professionalism
    and candor; effectively and appropriately responds in the face of adversity
    or conflict.
  • Ability to Multi-task – The ability to handle multiple tasks and assignments;
    prioritizes more important tasks while maintaining a good handle on others;b reports in a timely manner any barriers to task completion leaving ample opportunities for supervisor to adjust deadlines.
  • Results-Oriented Thinking and Behavior -A genuine concern for
    effectiveness. Possesses the desire to get the job done with excellence;
    mentally is focused on getting the best results for actions taken.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to establish and maintain good interpersonal relationships with
    parents, children and staff
  • Ability to communicate effectively with people of various backgrounds
  • Knowledge of complex helping systems, professions and organizations
    and how they affect children and family welfare, and the multiple uses of
    such systems, professions and organizations to deliver services
  • Knowledge of safety regulations, practices and procedures
  • Skill in the use of automation software and related equipment
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Cross Cultural Experience
  • A strong faith with the ability to teach and model Christian values

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Early Childhood Education or Child
    Development
  • Certified in First Aid, CPR Training, and Blood Borne Pathogen
  • Successful prior teaching and leadership experience
  • 9 credit-bearing hours of college-level course work in administration,
    leadership or management

Job Type: Full-time, salary

Experience: Supervisory: 2 years (Preferred)
Program Management: 2 years (Preferred)

Education:
Bachelor’s (Required)

Benefits offered:

  • Paid time off
  • Paid sick time
  • Holiday pay
  • Health insurance

Job link:
https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=e35b38f5058851ac&tk=1d504bed71ah
2000&from=company

Closing Date for Job: Apr 05, 2019

Posted 3/1/19

Director, Child Development Laboratories (Michigan State University), Haslett, MI

Contact Person: Laurie Linscott

Job Location: 5750 Academic Way
Haslett, MI 48840

Job Title: Assistant Director, Child Development Laboratories, Michigan State University / Specialist Outreach- Fixed Term

Job Description:
The Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Michigan
State University is seeking an Specialist-Outreach, also known as Assistant
Director, for its Child Development Laboratories. The CDL operates two
laboratory sites. This position consists of:

  • supervising staff and students;
  • managing procedures for ordering supplies;
  • assisting in the planning and implementation of school wide events;
  • assisting with public relations and marketing (regular bulleting
    announcements via Remind, Facebook, Listserv);
  • ensuring understanding and application of developmentally appropriate
    practice and child development within program;
  • maintaining personnel records as required by State of Michigan Licensing, Great Start to Quality, NAEYC and MSU;
  • providing orientation for new student staff;
  • assisting in long range planning for building, grounds and related
    programming;
  • following university policies and guidelines in the operation of the CDL;
  • modeling and facilitating positive staff interactions with children, families,
    researchers, and visitor;
  • representing the CDL with the Parent Council;
  • represent the Child Development Laboratories as a member of an area
    professional organization;
  • contributing to leadership and participate in professional staff conference presentations;
  • assist with periodic special projects as determined by the Director of the
    Child Development Laboratories;
  • teaching Human Development and Family Studies courses as assigned
    (1-2 per year);
  • providing for appropriate in-service training;
  • keeping center in compliance with State of Michigan licensing renewals,
    Great Start to Quality, Head Start, Great Start Readiness Program, CACFP and NAEYC and meet with representatives of those agencies as
    necessary, including regular reporting and renewal processes;
  • organizing and monitoring collection of NAEYC criteria for classrooms and program;
  • composing annual NAEYC report for site with staff input;
  • developing and maintaining relationships with collaborating partners
    including, but not limited to, Haslett Public Schools, C.A.C.S. Head Start,
    Ingham Intermediate School District

Required Degree
Masters -Child Development or Early Childhood Education
Minimum Requirements:

  • Masters degree in Child Development or Early Childhood Education;
  • Qualified in the State of Michigan and NAEYC as Program Director (9
    higher education credits in business and program administration);
  • CPR/First Aid Certification;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Desired Qualifications

  • experience in a setting with linguistically and culturally diverse families;
  • minimum of 5 years successful experience in administration in an early
    childhood program;
  • doctorate degree in Early Childhood Education.

Job link:
http://careers.msu.edu/cw/en-us/job/500899/specialist-outreachfixed-term

Closing Date for Job: Mar 18, 2019

Early Childhood Educator, Teddy Bear Daycare, Ypsilanti, MI

Contact Person: Leslie Promenchenkel

Job Location: 8535 Textile Rd
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Job Title: Passionate Early Childhood Educators

Job Description:

  • Have the ability to make every child feel special & loved
  • Be able to find humor in poop
  • Be a bit quirky–our job forces us to take on the most of unusual tasks
  • Love and be comfortable singing–but you certainly don’t have to be great at it
  • Be a multitasking master
  • Not have his or her feelings easily hurt–at times throughout the day you will be the children’s favorite person in the world, and sometimes the opposite
  • Be ready to learn from children–they are our best teachers
  • Be prepared to have fun

Job page: https://www.facebook.com/TBDCYpsi/

Closing Date for Job: Mar 31, 2019

Posted 2/22/19

Assistant Teacher, Early Childhood Center (Cranbrook Schools), Bloomfield Hills, MI

Contact Person: Karen Watson

Job Location: 39221 Woodward Ave.
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304

Job Title: Assistant Teacher – Early Childhood Center, Cranbrook Schools

Job Description:

Cranbrook Schools is seeking an Assistant Teacher for its Early Childhood
Center. Responsibilities include:

  • Assist in implementation of the daily program under the direction of the classroom teachers.
  • Assist teachers in preparation of materials, supplies, and set-up of the learning environment.
  • Share responsibility for the ordered arrangement of the learning
    environment and general housekeeping responsibilities.
  • Assist with preparation and implementation of daily snacks. Supervise and eat lunch with the children daily. Share before-school care, arrival, dismissal and playground supervision. And more.

Requirements:

The person selected for this position must have professional training in the field of Early Childhood, Child Development, or related professional field, and/or have practical experience working with young children. This person must have a warm and friendly personality, be sensitive to the feelings and needs of others,
and be able to relate well to children and team members. Responsibilities
must be fulfilled in accordance with Brookside’s philosophy.

For consideration, please complete and submit a Faculty Application and
personal vitae, including a resume, copies of college transcripts and
teacher certifications, and contact information for at least three references
to: Cranbrook HR, P.O. Box 801, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303, or fax (248)
645-3014, or email humanresources@nullcranbrook.edu. This will be a one
year, full-time position for the 2019-2020 school year.

Job link: http://www.cranbrook.edu/employment

Closing Date for Job: Jun 05, 2019

Head Start Center Assistant – Twin Rivers, EightCAP, Muir, MI

Contact Person: Arica Iverson

Job Location: Twin Rivers
Muir, MI 48860

Job Title: Head Start Center Assistant – Twin Rivers

Job Description:

Position: Center Assistant
Hours:20-25/wk
Work Weeks: 32-36
Supervisor: Center Teacher
Positions Supervised: None

Essential Function of Job:
Under the direction of the Head Start teacher, the Center Assistant
performs a variety of duties directly related to food services for the 0-5
Head Start program.

Examples of Work:
(Any one position may not include all the duties listed nor do the listed
examples include all tasks which may be found in the positions of this
class.)
1. Have knowledge of and follow all rules and regulations for food handling
and preparation as outlined by the Child and Adult Care Food Program
(CACFP).
2. Prepare meals and snacks daily as outlined on menus.
3. Make CACFP approved substitutions as needed and immediately
document all changes on center menus.
4. Sit and eat with children, modeling healthy eating habits and
encouraging appropriate conversation.
5. Maintain cleanliness of meal preparation areas, storage areas, furniture,
dishes, and appliances.
6. Shop weekly for food and supplies and submit Requests for Payment or
Reimbursement to the teacher in a timely manner.
7. Monitor meal service inventory regularly.
8. Assist with children and activities as directed by the teacher.
9. Communicate positively with children, parents, volunteers, and staff in
verbal and non-verbal interactions.
10. Generate in-kind and complete necessary documentation as required.
11. Familiarize and follow all policies, procedures, and requirements as set
forth in Foundations for Quality, Child Day Care Licensing and Head Start
Performance Standards.
12. Attend trainings as required by management staff.
13. Complete and submit Comparison Shopping form and submit to 0-5
Head Start Coordinator as required.
14. Attend and assist with Parent Committees and Events as directed by
management staff.
15. Notify supervisor in advance if unable to work and is responsible for
obtaining substitute.
16. Other related duties as assigned.

Requirements of Work:
1. Vehicle suitable for transporting center meal service supplies.
2. Ability to lift and carry up to 40 pounds.
3. Good listening skills, verbal communication and positive methods of
guidance.
4. Ability to complete forms accurately.
5. An initial health examination (that includes screening for tuberculosis)
and a periodic re-examination (as recommended by health care provider or
as mandated by State or local laws).
6. A satisfactory review of Criminal History Check and DHHS Clearance.

Required Minimum Training and Experience:
1. High School diploma or equivalent. 2. Experience with early childhood programs and food service preferred.

To Apply: Submit a completed Application for Employment Form and/or
resume to:
Personnel Manager
EightCAP, Inc.
5827 Orleans Rd
Orleans, MI 48865
Or Fax: (616-754-7816)
Or Email: aricai@null8cap.org

EightCAP, Inc. is an equal Employment Opportunity Agency. Auxiliary
aides and services are available upon request to individuals with
disabilities. Information contained in this posting is available in alternative
format for individuals with disabilities.

Job link:
https://jobs.mitalent.org/job-seeker/job-details/JobCode/9576794

Closing Date for Job: Mar 20, 2019

Associate Teacher, Bright Horizons at One Campus Martius, Detroit, MI

Contact Person: Stephanie Medlen

Job Location: Bright Horizons at One Campus Martius
1 Campus Martius
Detroit, MI 48226

Job Title: Associate Teacher

Job Description:

Working together on our children’s futures at your choice of several
locations in the downtown Detroit area! Come explore our beautiful, high
quality programs today!

As a child care assistant teacher working with all age groups ( infant,
toddler and preschool), you will join a passionate team who truly cares for
one another and strives to meet the highest standards of care and early
education. As you see the world through your students’ eyes, they will
inspire you as much as you inspire them. You will help them develop
important social and life skills, watch them flourish, and know that you’ve
played a large role in their growth.

At Bright Horizons, you’ll also find opportunities to experience personal and
professional breakthroughs of your own. As a company with a learning
culture, you will discover your full potential through state-of-the-art online
training, leadership development and tuition reimbursement. Additionally,
our company culture invites you to bring your whole self to work, because it
is our unique attributes, perspectives and backgrounds that make us a
stronger team.

How will you inspire our future generation?
What you will do as an Assistant Teacher:

  • Feel a sense of accomplishment as you hear the laughs and see the joy of the children participating in
    activities you helped plan
  • Inspire a love of reading and books through your own passion for
    engaging storytelling
  • Champion self-help skills as children master dressing, feeding and toileting
  • Collaborate with co-workers to develop curriculum that brings creative
    ideas to life
  • Communicate openly and regularly with parents, assuring them their
    children are safe and learning in a developmentally appropriate way
  • Live our HEART principles of Honesty, Excellence, Accountability,
    Respect, and Teamwork

Job site:
https://www.brighthorizons.com/careers

Closing Date for Job: Apr 20, 2019

Assistant Childcare Teacher, YMCA Farmington Child Care Center, Farmington Hills, MI

Contact Person: Jessica Henderson

Job Location: YMCA Farmington Child Care Center
28100 Farmington Rd
Farmington Hills , MI 48323

Job Title: Assistant Childcare Teacher

Job Description:

  • Support and strengthen the family unit
  • Help children develop to their fullest potential through developmentally
    appropriate activities
  • Provide a positive YMCA environment of safety, support and care
  • Appreciate the diversity of families and staff within the program and the
    community at large
  • Grow children to become our future leaders and supporters
  • Help children develop new skills through self directed choices
  • Allow children to have fun

Job site: www.ymcadetroit.org

Closing Date for Job: Dec 31, 2019

Preschool Associate Teacher (GSRP), Swanson Elementary, Ortonville, MI

Contact Person: Diane Zedan

Job Location: Brandon School District – Harvery -Swanson Elementary
Ortonville, MI 48462

Job Title: Preschool Associate Teacher (GSRP)

Job Description:

Temporary Position – until the end of the 2018-2019 school year
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
$12.50 per hour – contracted through EDUStaff

For more information please call Brandon Human Resources at
248-627-1805

Position posted on www.oakland.k12.mi.us/ohrc

Job link:

https://www.applitrack.com/oakland/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?interna
ltransferform.Url=.&choosedistrict=true&applitrackclient=37332&category=
PreSchool

www.oakland.k12.mi.us/ohrc posting # 33099 Brandon School District

Closing Date for Job: Feb 28, 2019

Infant Lead Teacher, Bright Horizons at Crittenton, Rochester, MI

Contact Person: Stephanie Medlen

Job Location: Bright Horizons at Crittenton
871 Oakwood Drive
Rochester, MI 48307

Job Title: Infant Lead Teacher

Job Description:

Are you a role model for other teachers? Do you take pride in knowing that
positive outcomes for children are being achieved because of the
high-quality, developmentally appropriate program you’ve implemented? As
an Infant Lead Teacher, we will offer you a supportive workplace where
your contributions are appreciated and your professional growth is
encouraged. Apply today to Bright Horizons @Crittenton and you will also
enjoy a $2000 hiring incentive! Do work that matters at a company that offers more!

As a Lead Child Care Teacher you will:•Communicate regularly with
parents to support, guide, and share in their child’s development.

  • Collaborate with your team to develop classroom plans and goals.
  • Develop an emergent curriculum that is designed to inspire children.
  • Help to orient new employees.

Consistently named one of FORTUNE’s “100 Best Companies to Work
For,” we enable you to take your career to the next level by offering you
MORE.

  • Access on-going professional development and career
    advancement opportunities. Earn or complete your early childhood college
    degree for FREE or take advantage of our CDA program.
  • Enhance your well-being with extensive benefits including 401(k) with a
    company match, health insurance offerings, employee discounts, and
    more!
  • Work in a beautiful work-site center with extensive resources and a
    creative curriculum that meets/exceeds NAEYC requirements – including
    STEM and enrichment programs.
  • Discover company values that are more than just a plaque on the wall.
    Every day we live our HEART principles of Honesty, Excellence,
    Accountability, Respect, and Teamwork.
  • Give back through our non-profit Bright Horizons Foundation for Children
    dedicated to helping families in crisis.
  • Bring your whole self to work! Our Inclusion Council and Employee
    Advisory Groups support our commitment to diversity.

Job site: https://www.brighthorizons.com/careers

Closing Date for Job: Mar 30, 2019

Posted 2/15/19

Teacher, Eightcap Inc., Muir, MI

Contact Person: Arica Iverson

Job Location: Head Start Center
Muir, MI 48860

Job Title: Head Start Teacher

Job Description Position Title: Teacher
Work Weeks: 40-45
Work Hours: 40/week
Supervisor: 0-5 Head Start Education Coordinator
Positions Supervised: Teacher Assistant, Center Assistant & Volunteers

Essential Function of the Job:
Under the direction of the 0-5 Head Start Education Coordinator, the Head
Start teacher ensures the implementation of the Head Start program in
accordance with the Head Start Program Performance Standards and Child
Day Care Licensing Requirements.

Examples of Work:
(Any one position may not include all of the duties listed, nor do the listed
examples include all tasks which may be found in the positions of this
classification.)
1. Provide a safe, healthy, and organized environment for children through
daily monitoring of activities and maintenance of the classroom
environment.
2. Review and evaluate child outcomes reports from
MyTeachingStrategies® and use data to develop individual child and
classroom goals.
3. Familiarize and follow all policies, procedures, and requirements as set
forth in Head Start Program Performance Standards, Child Day Care
Licensing, and Foundations for Quality.
4. Actively participate in behavior management strategies including
developing, implementing, and evaluating Individualized Positive Guidance
Plans and attending Reflective Supervision sessions.
5. Collaborate with the Practice-Based Coaching team to implement
teaching practices that lead to positive outcomes for children.
6. Conduct and monitor ongoing child screening and assessment activities
with accuracy and timeliness.
7. Fully participate in various monitoring activities, visits, and review
sessions, as directed.
8. Share child outcomes with parents, as scheduled, and evaluate using
goals.
9. Support Family Service staff in achieving family engagement outcomes
as promoted by the Office of Head Start, actively promoting and supporting
parents as their children’s first and most important teacher.
10. Generate required in kind and complete necessary documentation as
required.
11. Communicate positively with children, parents, volunteers and staff in
verbal and non-verbal interactions.
12. Evaluate, individually and with the teacher assistant, daily activities,
modifying when needed.
13. Oversee meal service and ensure accuracy of documentation.
14. Supervise staff and volunteers, ensuring that requirements are fulfilled.
15. Prepare, conduct, and document home visits and parent-teacher
conferences with accuracy and timeliness.
16. Recruit, coordinate, and encourage parents and other volunteers to be
involved in the program and create a feeling of respect and comfort within
the program.
17. Communicate regularly with parents by creating and sending home
newsletters, anecdotal notes, event calendars, and other communications
as directed by management staff.
18. Attend and assist with Parent Committees and Events as assigned by
management staff.
19. Facilitate center staff meetings and submit meeting minutes to
supervisor.
20. Assist and work closely with disability staff in mainstreaming enrolled
disabled children.
21. Complete and submit all necessary and required information in a timely
manner.
22. Notify Supervisor in advance if unable to work and is responsible for
obtaining substitute.
23. Other related duties as assigned.

Requirements of Work:
1. Experience working with young children.
2. Ability to plan and follow through.
3. Ability to effectively monitor an active preschool classroom.
4. Ability to supervise and work cooperatively with others.
5. Effective written and verbal communication skills.
6. A demonstrated ability to interact positively with parents and children in a
non-judgmental way.

Required Minimum Training and Experience:
1. Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development
or a Bachelor’s Degree in a Child-Related Field (i.e. Elementary Education,
Child Guidance/Counseling, Child Psychology, Family Studies or Socail
Work) with 18 semester hours in Early Childhood Education or Child
Development.
2. Completion of two (2) semester hours or 3.0 CEUs in Child Care
Administration, preferred.
3. Current First Aid, Infant/Child CPR Certification, and Bloodborne
Pathogens Training.
4. A Satisfactory review of Criminal History Check, DHHS Clearance, and
Livescan Fingerprinting.
5. An initial health examination (that includes screening for tuberculosis)
and a periodic re-examination (as recommended by health care provider or
as mandated by State or local laws).

To Apply:
Submit a completed Application for Employment Form and/or resume to:
Personnel Manager
EightCAP, Inc.
5827 Orleans Rd
Orleans, MI 48865
OR
Fax: (616)754-7816
OR
Email: deea@null8cap.org

EightCAP, Inc. is an equal Employment Opportunity Agency. Auxiliary
aides and services are available upon request to individuals with
disabilities. Information contained in this posting is available in alternative
format for individuals with disabilities. To request alternate format posting
information, write to the above address, or call (616) 754-9315, or
1-800-649-3777, (Telephonic Device for the Deaf, TDD)

Job link:
https://jobs.mitalent.org/job-seeker/job-details/JobCode/9559796

Closing Date for Job: Mar 14, 2019

Teacher Assistant, Eightcap Inc., Belding, MI

Contact Person: Arica Iverson

Job Location: Head Start Center
Belding, MI 48809

Job Title: Teacher Assistant

Job Description Position: Teacher Assistant
Work Weeks: 40-45
Hours: 40/week
Supervisor: Center Teacher
Positions Supervised:None
Essential Function of Job:

Under the direction of the Head Start teacher, the Head Start teacher
assistant works collaboratively with the teacher to ensure the
implementation of the Head Start program in accordance with the Head
Start Program Performance Standards and Child Day Care Licensing
Requirements.

Examples of Work:
(Any one position may not include all the duties listed nor do the listed
examples include all tasks which may be found in the positions of this
class.)
1. Provide a safe, healthy, and organized environment for children through
daily monitoring of activities and maintenance of the classroom
environment.
2. Assist in planning and implementation of daily program as directed by
the teacher.
3. Familiarize and follow all policies, procedures, and requirements as set
forth in Head Start Program Performance Standards, Child Day Care
Licensing, and Foundations for Quality.
4. Collaborate with the Practice-Based Coaching team to implement
teaching practices that lead to positive outcomes for children.
5. Fully participate in various monitoring activities, visits, and review
sessions, as directed.
6. Actively implement behavior management strategies as outlined by the
teacher.
7. Participate in planning, conducting, and documentation of home visits
and parent-teacher conferences
15. Attend and assist with Parent Committees and Events and as directed
by management staff.
16. Notify Supervisor in advance if unable to work and is responsible for
obtaining substitute.
17. Other related duties as assigned.
Requirements of Work:
1. Knowledge of early childhood principles.
2. Ability to effectively monitor an active preschool classroom.
3. Ability to work as a team member.
4. A demonstrated ability to interact positively with parents and children in a
non-judgmental way.
5. Demonstrated interest and willingness to work with children in a Head
Start Program.

Required Minimum Training and Experience:
1. Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development,
a Child Development Associated Credential (CDA) for Preschool or an
Associates Degree in a related Human Services field with 12 semester
hours in Early Childhood Education or Child Development.
2. Current First Aid and Infant/Child CPR Certification.
3. A satisfactory review of Criminal History Check and DHHS Clearance.
4. An initial health examination (that includes screening for tuberculosis)
and a periodic re-examination (as recommended by health care provider or
as mandated by State or local laws).

To Apply:S ubmit a completed Application for Employment Form and/or
resume to:

Personnel Manager
EightCAP, Inc.
5827 Orleans Rd
Orleans, MI 48865
OR
Fax: (616)754-7816
OR
Email: deea@null8cap.org

EightCAP, Inc. is an equal Employment Opportunity Agency. Auxiliary
aides and services are available upon request to individuals with
disabilities. Information contained in this posting is available in alternative
format for individuals with disabilities. To request alternate format posting
information, write to the above address, or call (616) 754-9315, or
1-800-649-3777, (Telephonic Device for the Deaf, TDD)

Job link: https://jobs.mitalent.org/job-seeker/job-details/JobCode/9559804

Closing Date for Job: Mar 14, 2019

Teacher Assistant, Eightcap Inc., Saranac, MI

Contact Person: Arica Iverson
Job Location:
Saranac, MI 48881

Job Title: Teacher Assistant

Job Description:

Position: Teacher Assistant
Work Weeks: 40-45
Hours: 40/week
Supervisor: Center Teacher
Positions Supervised: None

Essential Function of Job:
Under the direction of the Head Start teacher, the Head Start teacher
assistant works collaboratively with the teacher to ensure the
implementation of the Head Start program in accordance with the Head
Start Program Performance Standards and Child Day Care Licensing
Requirements.

Examples of Work:
(Any one position may not include all the duties listed nor do the listed
examples include all tasks which may be found in the positions of this
class.)
1. Provide a safe, healthy, and organized environment for children through
daily monitoring of activities and maintenance of the classroom
environment.
2. Assist in planning and implementation of daily program as directed by
the teacher.
3. Familiarize and follow all policies, procedures, and requirements as set
forth in Head Start Program Performance Standards, Child Day Care
Licensing, and Foundations for Quality.
4. Collaborate with the Practice-Based Coaching team to implement
teaching practices that lead to positive outcomes for children.
5. Fully participate in various monitoring activities, visits, and review
sessions, as directed.
6. Actively implement behavior management strategies as outlined by the
teacher.
7. Participate in planning, conducting, and documentation of home visits
and parent-teacher conferences.
8. Assist in conducting ongoing child screening and assessment activities
with accuracy and timeliness.
9. Evaluate daily activities with the teacher and
involved in the program and create a feeling of respect and comfort within
the program.
15. Attend and assist with Parent Committees and Events and as directed
by management staff.
16. Notify Supervisor in advance if unable to work and is responsible for
obtaining substitute.
17. Other related duties as assigned.

Requirements of Work:
1. Knowledge of early childhood principles.
2. Ability to effectively monitor an active preschool classroom.
3. Ability to work as a team member.
4. A demonstrated ability to interact positively with parents and children in a
non-judgmental way.
5. Demonstrated interest and willingness to work with children in a Head
Start Program.

Required Minimum Training and Experience:
1. Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development,
a Child Development Associated Credential (CDA) for Preschool or an
Associates Degree in a related Human Services field with 12 semester
hours in Early Childhood Education or Child Development.
2. Current First Aid and Infant/Child CPR Certification.
3. A satisfactory review of Criminal History Check and DHHS Clearance.
4. An initial health examination (that includes screening for tuberculosis)
and a periodic re-examination (as recommended by health care provider or
as mandated by State or local laws).

To Apply:

Submit a completed Application for Employment Form and
resume to:
Personnel Manager
EightCAP, Inc.
5827 Orleans Rd
Orleans, MI 48865
OR
Fax: (616)754-7816
OR
Email: deea@null8cap.org

EightCAP, Inc. is an equal Employment Opportunity Agency. Auxiliary
aides and services are available upon request to individuals with
disabilities. Information contained in this posting is available in alternative
format for individuals with disabilities. To request alternate format posting
information, write to the above address, or call (616) 754-9315, or
1-800-649-3777, (Telephonic Device for the Deaf, TDD)

Job link:
https://jobs.mitalent.org/job-seeker/job-details/JobCode/9511866

Closing Date for Job: Mar 14, 2019

Lead Preschool Teacher/Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP)- Year Round, Bethlehem Intergenerational Center, Grand Rapids, MI

Contact Person: Lainie Moore
Job Location 250 Commerce Ave
Bethlehem Intergenerational Center
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Job Title: Lead Preschool Teacher/Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP)- Year Round

Job Description:

  • Classroom/Center maintenance neat and in good repair
  • Curriculum & Assessment: planning of daily, weekly, and monthly
    developmentally appropriate lesson plans using Creative Curriculum.
  • Responsible for implementing plans on a daily basis and evaluating
    results.
  • Using the playground as an extension of our classrooms, implementing
    and engaging in playground activities daily.
  • Responsible for the promotion of each child’s cognitive, social, emotional,
    and physical growth documenting growth using Teaching Strategies Gold
    and Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ)
  • Responsible for the care of children’s physical, emotional, intellectual well
    being and growth.

Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood or Child Development required
Full time/year round position
The Bethlehem Intergenerational Center is licensed by the state of
Michigan and Accredited by the National Association for the Education of
Young Children (NAEYC)

Contact E-mail: hillprogrammanager@nullgmail.com

Closing Date for Job: Mar 29, 2019

Preschool Teacher, Somerset Early Childhood Center, Rochester Hills, MI

Contact Person: Anne Porter

Job Location: Somerset Early Childhood Center
1385 S Adams Road
Rochester Hills, MI 48309

Job Title: Preschool Teacher

Job Description:

NAEYC Accredited Early Childhood Program seeks full-time preschool teacher, Monday-Friday (8:30-4:30 pm), September through mid-June. Our
school has been accredited since 2000. We recently received the results of
our 5 year 2018 re-accreditation review. Our school received scores of
100+% on all 10 of the criteria categories.

We are looking for a teacher who is motivated to continue to learn, grow
and become a long-term colleague in a staff of highly qualified, professional
early childhood educators dedicated to providing the best possible EC
experience for young children. Our administrators are career EC specialists
who strive to maintain a work environment for staff that supports their
efforts to grow and to function at their highest level, and that encourages
them to have a voice in policy and curriculum development.

Qualifications:

  • 4 year college/university degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE) or a
    related field is required.
  • Interested applicants with Elementary Education degrees must also have
    an Early Childhood endorsement and teaching experience with children 4
    years of age or younger.

Essential qualities and experience include:

  • A commitment to continuous life-long learning in the area of ECE
  • A high level of respect for young children
  • Demonstrated experience developing and maintaining a developmentally
    appropriate, inquiry-focused, project-based classroom
  • Effective child observation and assessment skills
  • Early literacy knowledge and experience
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills
  • A desire to make a positive contribution to a highly professional ECE team

Each of our classrooms has two fully qualified teachers who team-teach
together, and plan with a second pair of teachers who are in another
classroom at the same developmental level. Working in this program would
be an excellent match for the Early Childhood educator or who desires to
work with a highly professional team, and is interested in staying current in
the areas of research and best practice in Early Childhood Education.

Applicants should be available to begin immediately.

Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $15.00-16.00 /hour base with many additional perks

Job site:
http://www.somersetrochester.org

Closing Date for Job: Apr 30, 2019

Lead Toddler Teacher, Little Learners Childcare Center, Macomb, MI

Contact Person: Jackie Ellrich

Job Location: 275 E GATES ST
Bruce Twp., MI 48065

Job Title: Lead Toddler Teacher

Job Description:

We are seeking knowledgeable and experienced candidates in the field of
early childhood education to embark on this journey with us. We offer
competitive pay and benefits in the form of paid holidays, sick days, and
vacation days. Candidates with a minimum of a CDA or Associate’s Degree
in Early Childhood Education, or a child related field are preferred.
The Child Care Lead Teacher will be a team member of Little Learners
working together to provide child care services to the diverse Little
Learners community. At the direction of the Director, the Lead will be
responsible to implement the program that was designed for Little Learners
and implement the activities that contribute to the development of each
child’s full potential. The Lead Teacher will organize, and present materials
used by children for their projects or activities that follows with the Lesson
Plan and/or extras. The Lead will be a role model for the children during
classroom and meal times. The Lead will be assigned to work directly with
the specific age group that they were assigned to. There may be times
when an assistant works with the Lead and the Lead will be responsible to
guide the assistant in their job duties. Lead teachers should be reliable and
independent. We do expect Lead Teachers to be educated, kind, loving,
fun, professionals and creative. Lead Teachers should instill a love of
learning in their students and focuses on helping each individual student
learn at his/her own pace. The child care is licensed for children ages 6
weeks to 12 years.

Job link:
https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=Little%20Learners%20lead&l=romeo&vjk=f
1cf9ca93109ae5c

Closing Date for Job: Mar 22, 2019

Lead Infant Teacher, Little Learners Childcare Center, Macomb, MI

Contact Person: Jackie Ellrich

Job Location: 275 E GATES ST
Bruce Twp., MI 48065

Job Title: Lead Infant Teacher

Job Description:

We are seeking knowledgeable and experienced candidates in the field of early childhood education to embark on this journey with us. We offer
competitive pay and benefits in the form of paid holidays, sick days, and
vacation days. Candidates with a minimum of a CDA or Associate’s Degree
in Early Childhood Education, or a child related field are preferred.
The Child Care Lead Teacher will be a team member of Little Learners
working together to provide child care services to the diverse Little
Learners community. At the direction of the Director, the Lead will be
responsible to implement the program that was designed for Little Learners
and implement the activities that contribute to the development of each
child’s full potential. The Lead Teacher will organize, and present materials
used by children for their projects or activities that follows with the Lesson
Plan and/or extras. The Lead will be a role model for the children during
classroom and meal times. The Lead will be assigned to work directly with
the specific age group that they were assigned to. There may be times
when an assistant works with the Lead and the Lead will be responsible to
guide the assistant in their job duties. Lead teachers should be reliable and
independent. We do expect Lead Teachers to be educated, kind, loving,
fun, professionals and creative. Lead Teachers should instill a love of
learning in their students and focuses on helping each individual student
learn at his/her own pace. The child care is licensed for children ages 6
weeks to 12 years.

Job link:
https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=Little%20Learners%20lead&l=romeo&vjk=
40a8465f6d21082e

Closing Date for Job: Mar 22, 2019

Posted 2/8/19

Lead Infant Teacher, Bright Horizons at Crittenton, Rochester, MI

Contact Person: Stephanie Medlen

Job Location: 871 Oakwood Drive
871 Oakwood Drive
Rochester, MI 48307

Job Title: Lead Infant Teacher

Job Description:

Now Offering $2000 Hiring Incentive at Bright Horizons @ Crittenton!!

Apply now as a Lead Infant Teacher and grow your career as an early
childhood leader and earn extra cash. Each day, our teachers create joy in
children’s lives by teaching through hands-on activities, all while directly
supporting parents’ work/life integration. Lead Teachers inspire the
professional development for others on their teams, providing guidance and
support to future early childhood leaders.

Teaching at Bright Horizons, you will:

  • Inspire a talented team of early
    childhood professionals like yourself including orient new team members
  • Collaborate with team in developing classroom plans and goals
  • Develop emergent curriculum that is designed to inspire children
  • Partner with parents to support, guide and share in their child’s growth and
    development
  • Nurture your career aspirations and personal growth as well as others
    through unlimited opportunities

At Bright Horizons, we support our employees in their lives both at work
and at home ensuring a work environment in which each employee’s
chosen path is respected, rewarded, and celebrated.

Job Site:

www.brighthorizon.com/careers

Closing Date for Job: Mar 30, 2019

Posted 1/18/19

GSRP Long Term Substitute Teacher, Croswell Early Childhood Center, Romeo, MI

Contact Person: Amy Freeman

Job Location: Croswell Early Childhood Center
175 Croswell Street
ROMEO, MI 48065

Job Title: GSRP Long Term Substitute Teacher

Job Description:

Provide instruction, evaluation and related services to GSRP program
students. Approximate length of temporary long term assignment is 8 – 12 weeks.

Qualifications:
Associate’s Degree or higher in Early Childhood, Childhood Development
or related field required.
Ability to develop genuine and positive relationships with students.
Ability to facilitate student learning, growth and achievement.
Regular attendance and reliability is an essential job requirement.
Complete an entire on-line application applying to the position. Include
resume and teaching certificate (if applicable). Candidates will be contacted
for interview. Successful candidates must secure employment with
EDUStaff and obtain Childcare Licensing (CCL) fingerprints.

Job link:
http://romeok12.org/inside-rcs/departments/employee-services/employment
/

Closing Date for Job: Mar 31, 2019

Building Substitute, Croswell Early Childhood Center, Romeo, MI

Contact Person: Amy Freeman

Job Location: Croswell Early Childhood Center
175 Croswell Street
ROMEO, MI 48065

Job Title: Building Substitute for Croswell Childhood Center.

Job Description:

Building substitutes will report to work each day school is in attendance.

Assignments will vary from day to day based on building/district needs.
Building substitutes must be willing to assist in additional roles as needed
and/or additional school locations. This position does not qualify for long
term pay.

Qualifications:
Valid Michigan Teaching Certificate preferred. Substitute teacher permit
required for individuals without a valid Michigan teaching certificate.
Ability to develop genuine and positive relationships with students.
Ability to facilitate student learning, growth and achievement.
Regular attendance and reliability is an essential job requirement.
Complete an entire on-line application applying to the position. Include
resume and teaching certificate (if applicable). Candidates will be contacted
for interview. Successful candidates must secure employment with
EDUStaff and obtain Childcare Licensing (CCL) fingerprints.

Job link:
http://romeok12.org/inside-rcs/departments/employee-services/employment
/

Closing Date for Job: Feb 25, 2019

Posted 1/11/19

Afternoon Assistant Teacher, Heart of the Shepherd Child Development Center,
Howell, MI

Contact Person: Courtni Holst

Job Location: Heart of the Shepherd Child Development Center
Howell, MI 48843

Job Title: Afternoon Assistant Teacher

Job Description:

Heart of the Shepherd Child Development Center in Howell is seeking
teachers to work afternoon shifts with infant, toddler & preschool-aged
children. Positions are part-time working M-F 12:00-5:00pm or
12:00-6:00pm. Hours may vary, but should not be more than 30 hours
most weeks. We are looking to hire teachers with education & experience
working with young children, but will consider candidates without these
qualifications as well. Competitive salary will depend on education &
experience. Eligible for benefits after 90 days.

Resumes can be emailed to: courtni@nullhotshepherd.org.

Job site: www.hotshepherd.org/cdc

Closing Date for Job: Mar 01, 2019

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