Job Postings

Posted 8/19/19

Center Aide, Suttons Bay, MI

Contact Person: Tiffany Simpson

Job Location 1878 S West Bayshore Drive, Suttons Bay, MI 49682

Job Title: Center Aide

Job Description:

Job Description:

No formal education is required but must be able to follow standard practices and instructions, keep routine records & communicate with staff, parents & children. HS diploma or GED is recommended. Minimum of six months experience in a similar position working with children is preferred. Must be able to become certified in CPR & 1st Aid & recertify as required.

Prior experience in a clerical, food service, office or organizing role is also preferred.

Skills and Abilities: Complete basic paperwork, move and play with small children. Engage in occasional light lifting, pushing, carrying and pulling tasks. Ability to ride a bus for long periods of time with noise & vibration. Ability to work flexible hours.

Special Requirements: Ability to work & cooperate with others. Bilingual ability in Spanish/English preferred unless listed as required. Required to pass physical examination, T.B. test. Also required to receive favorable results from a comprehensive background check EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

Job site:  https://telamon.org/join-us/careers

Closing Date for Job: Sept. 01, 2019


Teacher Assistant, Suttons Bay, MI

Contact Person: Tiffany Simpson

Job Location 1878 S West Bayshore Drive, Suttons Bay, MI 49682

Job Title: Teacher Assistant

Job Description:

Job Description:

*Seasonal Employment Opportunity*

Job Description:
HS diploma or GED required. If no Preschool CDA credential, you must enroll in a Preschool CDA credential program upon hire to be completed within 2 years of hire. At least 2 years of experience working with preschool children preferred. Must be able to become certified in CPR & 1stAid & recertify as required. Must have a willingness to work towards any additional credentials needed to move to the next level in the position, this may include continued education.
Skills & Abilities:

Complete basic paperwork, move and play with small children. Engage in occasional light lifting, pushing, carrying and pulling tasks. Ability to ride a bus for long periods of time with noise & vibration. Ability to work flexible hours.
Special Requirements:

Ability to work & cooperate with others. Bilingual ability in Spanish/English preferred unless listed as required. Required to pass physical examination, T.B. test. Also required to receive favorable results from a comprehensive background check EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

Job site:  https://telamon.org/join-us/careers

Closing Date for Job: Sept. 01, 2019


Teacher-Pre School , Suttons Bay, MI

Contact Person: Tiffany Simpson

Job Location 1878 S West Bayshore Drive, Suttons Bay, MI 49682

Job Title: Teacher-Pre School

Job Description:

Job Description:

**Seasonal Employment Opportunity**

Job Description:
Associate’s (AA) degree in Early Childhood education or related field required. 2 years of experience working with preschool children is required. Must have a willingness to work towards any additional credentials needed to move to the next level in the position, this may include continued education.
Skills & Abilities:

Must become certified in CPR & 1st Aid after hire & re-certify as required.
Microsoft Office products and on-line client management systems. Where applicable, conduct home visits to customer residences, exposure to potentially unsafe environments, climb stairs. If required to drive, must have own transportation, a valid driver’s license, and vehicle insurance. (as designated by supervisor)
Special Requirements:
Ability to work & cooperate with others. Bilingual ability in Spanish/English preferred unless listed as required. Required to pass physical examination, T.B. test. Also required to receive favorable results from a comprehensive background check. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

Job site:  https://telamon.org/join-us/careers

Closing Date for Job: Sept. 01, 2019


Teacher – INFANT/TODDLER, Suttons Bay, MI

Contact Person: Tiffany Simpson

Job Location 1878 S West Bayshore Drive, Suttons Bay, MI 49682

Job Title: Teacher–INFANT/TODDLER

Job Description:

Job Description:

Seasonal Employment Opportunity

Job Description:

Infant/Toddler Child Development Associate (CDA) credential or comparable credential & have been trained or have equivalent coursework in EC development with a focus on INFANT – TODDLER development is required. Minimum two years of experience with a HS diploma & CDA preferred. Must have a willingness to work towards any additional credentials needed to move to the next level in the position, this may include continued education.

Skills and Abilities:

Must become certified in CPR & 1st Aid after hire & recertify as required.
Microsoft Office products and on-line client management systems. Where applicable, conduct home visits to customer residences, exposure to potentially unsafe environments, climb stairs. If required to drive, must have own transportation, a valid driver’s license, and vehicle insurance. (as designated by supervisor)

Special Requirements:

Ability to work & cooperate with others. Bilingual ability in Spanish/English preferred unless listed as required. Required to pass physical examination, T.B. test. Also required to receive favorable results from a comprehensive background check. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

Job site:  https://telamon.org/join-us/careers

Closing Date for Job: Sept. 01, 2019


Education Disabilities Specialist, Suttons Bay, MI

Contact Person: Tiffany Simpson

Job Location 1878 S West Bayshore Drive, Suttons Bay, MI 49682

Job Title: Education Disabilities Specialist

Job Description:

Job Description:

Seasonal Employment Opportunity

Job Description:

Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field. One year of experience working with preschool children. Must be able to become certified in CPR & 1st Aid & recertify as required. Minimum of one year teaching experience in an ECE setting. Experience providing adult education or training preferred. Must have own transportation, valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance.

Skills & Abilities:

Ability to obtain CLASS certification, Microsoft Office products and on- line client management systems.
Must meet Program Director requirements for MI Day Care Licensing purposes.

Special Requirements:

Ability to work & cooperate with others. Flexible hours required. Bilingual ability in Spanish/English preferred unless listed as required. Required to pass physical examination, T.B. test. Also required to receive favorable results from a comprehensive background check. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

Job site:  https://telamon.org/join-us/careers

Closing Date for Job: Sept. 01, 2019


Posted 8/12/19

Infant/Toddler Lead Teacher, Norton Shores, MI

Contact Person: Crystal Chumley-Jarvis

Job Location 5248 Henry St., Norton Shores, MI 49441

Job Title: Infant/Toddler Lead Teacher

Job Description:

Must be committed to loving and nurturing children ages birth – two and a half! Must be a hard working team mate who can also play, provide developmentally appropriate stimulation, and attend to infant and toddlers in their care as needed. A lead teacher must be fully qualified as indicated in the Michigan Child Care Licensing Handbook.

Job site:  https://www.wintersunschool.com

Closing Date for Job: Sept. 01, 2019


Preschool Teacher, First Kids Preschool inside of Birmingham First: A United Methodist Church, Birmingham, MI

Contact Person: Lori Handzel

Job Location First Kids Preschool inside of Birmingham First: A United Methodist Church, 1589 West Maple Rd., Birmingham, MI 48009

Job Title: Preschool Teacher

Job Description:

Birmingham First: A United Methodist Church
1589 West Maple Rd. · Birmingham, Mi. · 48009· 248-646-1200
Job Title: Preschool Teacher
Position Type: Part time
Direct Report: Preschool Director
Role: To provide a developmentally appropriate, play-based, Christian environment for children.
Duties/Expectations:

• Plan, prepare and implement developmentally appropriate lessons and activities for children with teaching team
• Create and maintain an inviting, stimulating, peaceful classroom environment for children with teaching team
• Communicate with parents of students about the learning topics and activities of the classroom as well as individual children’s developmental milestones as necessary
• Arrive 30 minutes prior to start time to prepare room for children
• Stay approximately 30 minutes after morning classes are released to clean up and prepare classrooms for the next day. In addition, all morning staff will remain to assist with the transition from morning to afternoon programming
• Participate in regular staff meetings and lesson planning meetings
• Complete and document CPR, First Aid and Early Childhood Development workshops to fulfill the state training requirements

Skills/Qualifications:

• The ability to build and maintain positive working relationships with staff, children and families
• Experience working with preschool-aged children
• An understanding of child development
• Embodies compassion, patience and understanding
• Loves children
• Demonstrates a positive and flexible attitude
• Respects and supports coworkers’ ideas and methods

Physical Demands:
• The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; sit; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop; kneel; crouch; hear and smell. The employee may be required to lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.

Job site:  https://www.fumcbirmingham.org/welcome/employment-opportunities-2/

Closing Date for Job: Aug. 30, 2019


Reggio Preschool Co-Teacher, Royal Oak, MI

Contact Person: Jamie Solomon

Job Location 25423 Woodward avenue, Royal Oak, MI 48067

Job Title: Reggio Preschool Co-Teacher

Job Description:

Job Summary

Would you like to join a group of educators collaborating to create a dynamic, responsive Reggio-Inspired environment for children ages three through five? Are you interested in seeing what happens when young children play with clay, paint, paper, light and shadow? Would you beexcited to have time each week to discuss documentation and plan projects and provocations? Then you should check out Scuola Creativa! We are looking for a full time preschool teacher who loves preschoolers and is looking for a different kind of workplace experience.

Responsibilities and Duties

-Collaborate with Executive Director, Director, and teaching team to exemplify Reggio-Inspired philosophy and practices.
-Implement the Reggio Emilia approach in daily teaching, beginning with the view of children as competent, curious, and full of potential.
-Develop observation & documentation strategies, reflect on children’s learning, and plan curriculum of the infant/toddler classroom.
-Create and maintain a safe and clean classroom that also supports the Reggio Emilia notion of the environment as the third teacher.
-Be knowledgeable of and implement Michigan Licensing Rules for Child Care Centers.
-Value the role of families as an active part of children’s learning experiences.
-Communicate with families as needed, including at the end of the day or at scheduled family meetings.
-Serve as a resource for families regarding parenting and developmental challenges, such as eating, sleeping, and/or concerns about developmental milestones or delays.
-Model activities, language, and caregiving routines for other staff members.
-Plan and participate in professional development trainings as appropriate.

Qualifications and Skills

Preferable candidate has a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in child development, early childhood education, or closely related field or a CDA and successful teaching experience with children ages 3-5 . Candidate should be comfortable in a co-teaching role.

Job Type: Full-time

Benefits for full time employees include 8 paid holidays annually, paid time off, medical insurance, daily meals, planning time, and professional development opportunities. Scuola Creativa supports TEACH grant recipients.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $18,750.00 to $31,200.00 /year based on education and experience

Job Type: Full-time

Job site:  https://scuolacreativa.com/

Closing Date for Job: Aug. 31, 2019


Preschool Assistant Teacher, Brighton, MI

Contact Person: Lisa Guise

Job Location First Steps Preschool, 400 E. Grand River Avenue, Brighton, MI 48116

Job Title: Preschool Assistant Teacher

Job Description:

First Steps Preschool in Brighton, Michigan is looking for a motivated part-time assistant teacher with a passion for working with children ages 4-5, M-TH from 12:15-3:45 PM. This position will begin on September 3, 2019.

Job Requirements Include:
• Assisting the lead teacher with the day to day operations of the classroom.
• Planning for and implementing music and show and tell activities during circle time.
• Maintaining a well-organized classroom.
• Establishing a positive relationship with parents and communicating with them about
their child’s daily activities.
• Participating in bi-weekly staff meetings, center activities, occasional evening events
and staff development.

Candidates must pass a comprehensive Background Check with fingerprinting and be willing to obtain the following:
• TB test
• Blood-borne pathogens training
• CPR/First Aid/AED
• Health and Safety Training
• Child Development Training
• 16 clock hours of professional development annually on topics relevant to job responsibilities.

Job site: 
firststeps@nullbrightonfumc.org – email only

Closing Date for Job: Aug. 26, 2019


Classroom Assistant for 3 year old classroom, Substitute Staff for Lead Teacher and Assistants, Farmington Hills, MI

Contact Person: Marsha Mitnick

Job Location 29901 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Job Title: Classroom Assistant for 3 year old classroom and Substitute Staff for Lead Teacher and Assistants

Job Description:

Temple Shir Shalom’s Preschool: The Learning Center is a facility that offers an individualized, developmental, relationship-based Jewish education for families and children located in West Bloomfield.
Being employed by The Learning Center means:
• You would be a part of a team that is high energy, play based, creative, and appreciates nature as an outdoor classroom.
• You would be part of a school that fosters successes in all areas of development using strategies to help student’s problem solve and self-regulate.
• You will receive unlimited training both in and out of the classroom.
• You would feel like this is the place for you if you understand child development, have a great sense of humor and love to have fun!

Classroom Assistant
• Follow the lead of classroom teacher.
• Engage playfully and purposefully with students.
• Organize and maintain supplies.

Classroom Substitutes
• Follow the lead of classroom caregiver that is present.
• Engage with students in a play based manner.

To Apply:
Contact Marsha Mitnick, Director by sending resume with to marsha@nullshirshalom.org

Job site: 
www.shirshalompreschool.com

Closing Date for Job: Aug. 23, 2019


Head Teacher, MSU Child Development Laboratories, East Lansing, MI

Contact Person: MSU Human Resources campus

Job Location MSU Child Development Laboratories, 325 W. Grand River Avenue, East Lansing, MI 48823

Job Title: Head Teacher

Job Description:

Seeking qualified candidate as a preschool teacher/child development specialist to work with children at The Michigan State University Child Development Laboratory (CDL). Successful candidates will teach in a nationally recognized, university-affiliated laboratory program for young children and teachers in training. The CDL provides parenting education/family support and high quality early childhood programming for children ages birth to 6 years. Responsibilities include: functioning as a head teacher in an early childhood classroom and specialist at Michigan State University; training, supervising, and evaluating university students; and participating in professional outreach. Other duties as assigned by director. Position start date is 8/16/2019.

Minimum qualifications: A Master’s in Child Development or Early Childhood Education or equivalent. Courses and experience equivalent to those required for the Michigan Early Childhood Endorsement.

Qualifications other than degree: Minimum of 3 years successful teaching experience as a lead teacher with preschool aged children. Experience with linguistically and culturally diverse families is desired. Experience working with children with special needs in an inclusive setting.

Job site: 
https://mstate.dc4.pageuppeople.com/v5.3/provider/manageJobs/editJob.asp?sData=UFUtVjMtzb-mdfO74VXrM_IeDyxh5Kpi7INd4RVb8aZiChaX2HZQn9J_38LlThC6e9zWcwIaoXg2pHuN1aWlNKRvkDuSporo–7K4xRCOJ-7F2PMJNlAnWVb5bF1ipXjo8kOG6DZ

Closing Date for Job: Aug. 30, 2019


Lead Great Start Readiness Program Teacher for Kids Early Education Zone Preschool, Ovid, MI

Contact Person: Darlys Cowan

Job Location Leonard Elementary, 732 Mabbitt Rd, Ovid, MI 48866

Job Title: Lead Great Start Readiness Program Teacher for Kids Early Education Zone Preschool

Job Description:

1.Requires a valid Michigan K-5 Teaching Certificate and ZA/ZS endorsement or a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development with specialization in preschool teaching.
2. Previous successful early childhood teaching experience preferred.
3. Strong oral and written communication skilled required.
4. Ability to design and evaluate daily lesson plans driven by student achievement data.
5. Knowledge and/or experience using a research based, observational student assessment.
6. Formal training and experience with inclusion-based early childhood programs preferred.
7. Strong background in cooperative learning and hands-on investigation.
8. Demonstrated ability to develop positive relationships with students, parents, and staff.
9. Must be able to maintain appropriate program and grant documentation.
10. Ability to handle sensitive information with confidentiality.
11. Excellent professional attendance record.
12. Must possess patience, creativity, imagination, and problem-solving skills.
13. Must be able to implement developmentally appropriate practices for four-year-olds
14. Must be able to teach using the team teaching model as described in the GSRP implementation manual.
15. Must be able to accept direction from both the early childhood specialist and the executive director of the program.
16. Must pass the fingerprinting child care background check.

Job site: 
Keezpreschool.com

Closing Date for Job: Aug. 20, 2019


Associate Great Start Readiness Program Teacher for Kids Early Education Zone Preschool, Ovid, MI

Contact Person: Darlys Cowan

Job Location Leonard Elementary, 732 Mabbitt Rd, Ovid, MI 48866

Job Title: Associate Great Start Readiness Program Teacher for Kids Early Education Zone Preschool

Job Description:

1.Requires a valid CDA or Associates Degree in Child Development
2. Previous successful early childhood teaching experience preferred.
3. Strong oral and written communication skilled required.
4. Ability to design and evaluate daily lesson plans driven by student achievement data.
5. Knowledge and/or experience using a research based, observational student assessment.
6. Formal training and experience with inclusion-based early childhood programs preferred.
7. Strong background in cooperative learning and hands-on investigation.
8. Demonstrated ability to develop positive relationships with students, parents, and staff.
9. Must be able to maintain appropriate program and grant documentation.
10. Ability to handle sensitive information with confidentiality.
11. Excellent professional attendance record.
12. Must possess patience, creativity, imagination, and problem-solving skills.
13. Must be able to implement developmentally appropriate practices for four-year-olds
14. Must be able to teach using the team teaching model as described in the GSRP implementation manual.
15. Must be able to accept direction from both the early childhood specialist and the executive director of the program.
16. Must pass the fingerprinting child care background check.

Job site: 
Keezpreschool.com

Closing Date for Job: Aug. 20, 2019


Head Start Teacher, Portage, MI

Contact Person: Tara Kane

Job Location Kalamazoo RESA, 1819 E Milham Ave, Portage, MI 49002

Job Title: Head Start Teacher

Job Description:

TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION, YOU MUST APPLY ONLINE AT WWW.KRESA.ORG/JOBS BY 09/03/2019.

Responsibilities:
Teaches academic and social-emotional skills to 3 and/or 4-year-old children in a school setting. Plans and implements a healthy, safe, and developmentally appropriate learning environment for pre-school children that promotes developmental gains toward the attainment of kindergarten readiness skills as defined in the Head Start Performance Standards, within an MTSS framework. Teacher professionalism in the classroom, with families, the community and with staff serves as a model of excellence.

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or Elementary Education with ZA/ZS endorsement. Valid Michigan Teaching Certificate. Ability to lead classroom team with effective communication skills, organizational skills, and planning skills. Ability to efficiently use computer and applicable software. Develops and maintains atmosphere of teamwork. Embraces and supports KRESA philosophies related to diversity, inclusiveness and anti-racism. Ability to interact effectively with individuals from a wide range of cultures. Ability to discuss cultural differences with colleagues and clients. Ability to assess one’s own strengths and limitations or challenges and integrate this understanding into interpersonal interactions.

Preferred Skills:
Preference given to candidates who have experience working with population of diverse backgrounds and socio-economic challenges. Strong verbal and written communication skills desired. One to three years’ experience. Fluent Spanish speaker. Ability to select and develop appropriate methods, skills and techniques attuned to people’s cultural, multicultural or marginal experiences in their environments. Ability to effectively employ multicultural approaches in resolving problems.

Job site: 
http://www.kresa.org/jobs

Closing Date for Job: Sept. 03, 2019


Preschool Educator, West Bloomfield, MI

Contact Person: Lauren Bogorad

Job Location JCC of Metro Detroit
6600 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48322

Job Title: Preschool Educator

Job Description:

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
D. Dan and Betty Kahn Building
Job Description

JOB TITLE: Early Childhood Educator
JOB TYPE: Full Time or Part Time
DEPARTMENT: Child Development Center
REPORTS TO: Early Childhood Senior Director and Director

PURPOSE /SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY
Under supervision of the Early Childhood Director and Assistant Directors. This job description is a general outline of the responsibilities of the Early Childhood Educator. It is understood that the Executive office may make additional assignments, as program needs change.

PROGRAMMATIC
Understands and follows the staff guidelines and procedures set forth by the Child Development Center.

Planning and writing the lesson plans for each week within guidelines established by the Senior Director and Director.

Willing to train and work within the SHEVA framework for learning

Provide a developmentally appropriate classroom environment that reflects the children’s learning and growth

Perform on-going developmental evaluations of children and follow curriculum implementation that addresses individual needs of each child

Preparing supplies and the environment for activities.

Maintaining an orderly and clean environment for the group.

Observing, recording and reporting individual child’s behavior.
o ecord progress report.
o Maintain children’s individual portfolios.
o Conduct two parent conferences a school year.

Maintain classroom portfolio for NAEYC

Assisting children with self-care activities.

Assisting individual children who experience difficulty in the group or who temporarily lose their physical or emotional control.

Communicating with opposite shift of staff with any information pertinent to the child’s day.

Cooperating with co-workers.

Assisting with meal and/or snack services.

Letting the assistant know what capacity you want him/her to work in.

Understanding and implementing all emergency procedures when necessary.

Arrange substitutes when needed for you.

Any other duties as assigned by the Director and/or Assistant Directors.

Responsible for curriculum development and promoting our program.

BUDGET
Keeping monthly attendance, lunch and snack service records.

DONORS
Identify potential donors within the program to your Director or Assistant Director.

CLASSES
Complete 16 hours of training annually required by state licensing officials.

Training should include but is not limited to topics such as:
o First aid and CPR
o Health and safety
o Child development
o Supervision and care of children

SUPERVISION
Mentor new teachers.

Supervising play activities by:
o Interacting with the children.
o Enforcing safety rules in a positive and consistent manner.
o Intervening when children are likely to injure themselves or each other.
o Know how many children you have at all times.

MARKETING
Provide input on any marketing initiatives

COMMITTEES AND MEETINGS
Attending all staff meetings as called by the Senior Director and/or Director.

MEMBER CARE
Exhibiting professionalism at all times by respecting the confidentiality of the children and their families, and by refraining from discussing their own personal lives while in the work environment.

QUALIFICATIONS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Bachelor Degree in early childhood education or child related field or a Child Development Associate degree or Child Development Associate credential.

Must be customer service oriented.

Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) to members, guests, and management

Ability to maintain confidentiality of records and information.

Ability to work independently, set priorities and handle multiple tasks.

Experience in Windows environments. Working knowledge of word,
e-mail, and parent communication platform.

Commitment to accuracy and quality while meeting deadlines.

Good communication, problem solving, and priority setting skills as well as maintaining a positive and professional attitude/disposition

Job site: 
www.jccdet.org

Closing Date for Job: Sept. 30, 2019


Infant Educator, West Bloomfield, MI

Contact Person: Lauren Bogorad

Job Location JCC of Metro Detroit
6600 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48322

Job Title: Infant Educator

Job Description:

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
D. Dan and Betty Kahn Building
Job Description
JOB TITLE: Early Childhood Infant Educator
JOB TYPE: Full Time or Part Time
DEPARTMENT: Child Development Center
REPORTS TO: Early Childhood Senior Director and Director

PURPOSE /SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY
Under supervision of the Early Childhood Director and Assistant Directors. This job description is a general outline of the responsibilities of the Early Childhood Infant Educator. It is understood that the Executive office may make additional assignments, as program needs change.

PROGRAMMATIC
Understands and follows the staff guidelines and procedures set forth by the Child Development Center.

Planning and writing the lesson plans for each week within guidelines established by the Senior Director and Director.

Willing to train and work within the SHEVA framework for learning

Provide a developmentally appropriate classroom environment that reflects the children’s learning and growth

Must be willing to multi-task and provide care for up to three to four infants at a time

Learning an individual child’s schedule of feeding, napping, and activities at home, and implementing them in the classroom

Assisting families with children’s transitions from home to school, as well as from classroom to classroom

Preparing supplies and the environment for activities.

Maintaining an orderly and clean environment

Observing, recording and reporting about individual child’s day on daily report sheets

Maintain classroom portfolio for NAEYC

Communicating with opposite shift of staff with any information pertinent to the child’s day.

Cooperating with co-workers.

Assisting with meal and/or snack services.

Letting the assistant know what capacity you want him/her to work in.

Understanding and implementing all emergency procedures when
necessary.

Arrange substitutes when needed for you.

Any other duties as assigned by the Senior Director and/or Director.

Responsible for curriculum development and promoting our program.

BUDGET
Keeping monthly attendance, lunch and snack service records.

DONORS
Identify potential donors within the program to your Senior Director or Director.

CLASSES
Complete 16 hours of training annually required by state licensing officials.
Training should include but is not limited to topics such as:
o First aid and CPR
o Health and safety
o Child development
o Supervision and care of children

SUPERVISION
Mentor new teachers.
Supervising play activities by:
o Interacting with the children.
o Enforcing safety rules in a positive and consistent manner.
o Intervening when children are likely to injure themselves or each other.
o Know how many children you have at all times.

MARKETING
Provide input on any marketing initiatives

COMMITTEES AND MEETINGS
Attending all staff meetings as called by the SeniorDirector and/or Director

MEMBER CARE
Exhibiting professionalism at all times by respecting the confidentiality of the children and their families, and by refraining from discussing their own personal lives while in the work environment.

QUALIFICATIONS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Bachelor Degree in early childhood education or child related field or a
Child Development Associate degree or Child Development Associate credential.

Must be customer service oriented.

Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral) to members, guests, and management

Ability to maintain confidentiality of records and information.

Ability to work independently, set priorities and handle multiple tasks.

Experience in Windows environments. Working knowledge of word,
e-mail, and parent communication platform.

Commitment to accuracy and quality while meeting deadlines.

Good communication, problem solving, and priority setting skills as well as maintaining a positive and professional attitude/disposition

Job site: 
www.jccdet.org

Closing Date for Job: Sept. 30, 2019


Multiple Positions: INFANT LEAD TEACHER, INFANT/TODDLER ASSOCIATE TEACHERS (4 POSITIONS), Dexter, MI

Contact Person: David Teddy

Job Location Jenkins Early Childhood Learning Center
2801 Baker Rd, Dexter, MI 48130

Job Title: Multiple Positions: INFANT LEAD TEACHER, INFANT/TODDLER ASSOCIATE TEACHERS (4 POSITIONS)

Job Description:

Jenkins Early Childhood Learning Center is part of Dexter Community Schools and we are growing!

Increased enrollment has allowed us to expand programming, creating the need for multiple positions at our center. Job duties and qualifications vary by position. Visit the Dexter Schools website (https://www.dexterschools.org) to learn more about our district and Jenkins ECLC. For questions regarding employment opportunities, contact David Teddy, Director (734-424-4180 ext. 1414, teddyd@nulldexterschools.org).

Job site: 
https://www.dexterschools.org/page.cfmp=1891&category=Community+Education%2FChildren+Services

Closing Date for Job: Aug 21, 2019


Posted 5/17/19

Early Childhood Assistant, Detroit Waldorf School, Detroit, MI

Contact Person: Helena Mitchell

Job Location Detroit Waldorf School
Detroit, MI 48214

Job Title: Early Childhood Assistant

Job Description:

The assistant supports the Early Childhood teacher in their work and helps to maintain a warm supportive class environment while caring for the children and the physical space that is consistent with best practices in Waldorf Early Childhood Education. The ideal candidate has familiarity with or interest in Waldorf education, and brings experience, warmth, joy and enthusiasm to working with young children, as well as motivation, an ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and families, and is prepared to engage in a physically active day inside and out doors in all weather throughout the school year, break and summer camps.

A background that includes experience working with children in a childcare
or similar setting, interest or training in Waldorf early childhood education is
preferred. A minimum of 12 semester hours in early childhood or child development is required.

Job site: 
https://www.detroitwaldorf.org/employment-opportunities

Closing Date for Job: Aug 10, 2019


Posted 5/3/19

Director, Lowry Center for Early Childhood Education, Rochester, MI

Contact Person: Nancy Murphy

Job Location: Lowry Center for Early Childhood Education
456 Pioneer Drive, Oakland University
Rochester, MI 48309

Job Title: Director, Lowry Center for Early Childhood Education

Job Description: Oversee the operation of the Lowry Center for Early Childhood Education, located in the School of Education and Human Services at Oakland University.

Please visit the website below for qualifications and other details:
jobs.oakland.edu

Closing Date for Job Sep 30, 2019


Posted 4/5/19

Part Time Lab Assistant- Child Development and Early Education, Lansing Community College, Lansing, MI

Contact Person: Tricia McKay

Job Location: Lansing Community College
Child Development and Early Education
Lansing, MI 48933

Job Title: Part Time Lab Assistant- Child Development and Early Education

Job Description:

This position is responsible for providing field instruction, coaching, and evaluation for students in Child Development and Early Education courses who are completing field placement at community based early childhood programs or work-site field placements. Provide oral and written feedback; establish goals with students to improve skills; model for students the skills taught in child development courses; complete and submit grade for final observation rubric which is calculated into the student’s final course grade. Communicates regularly and works closely with the course instructor. Participates in faculty and field instructor meetings, and assists with projects for the Child Development and Early Education Program, as needed.

Job link:
https://lcc.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=2&id=666

Closing Date for Job: Sep 01, 2019


Assistant Teacher Primary, Immanuel Lutheran School, Bridgman, MI

Contact Person: Barb Ackerman

Job Location:
9650 Church Street
Bridgman, MI 49106

Job Title: Assistant Teacher Primary

Job Description: Assistant teacher for 3-5 year olds beginning August 19, 2019, full time

Job site: www.Immanuelbridgman.org

Closing Date for Job: Aug 28, 2019


Posted 3/14/19

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


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