Job Postings

Posted 5/23/19

Early Learning Communities Instructor, Oakland Family Services, Pontiac, MI

Contact Person: Charlotte Young

Job Location: Oakland Family Services / Early Learning Communities
114 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD
PONTIAC, MI 48341

Job Title: Early Learning Communities Instructor

Job Description:

About Oakland Family Services
Oakland Family Services is a private, not-for-profit, human services
organization that provides programs from four offices and within our
community located throughout Oakland County. As a leader in child and
family-focused services, Oakland Family Services reaches more than
35,000 individuals and 18,000 families each year. We offer a warm and
engaging work environment and the opportunity to work with dedicated
professional colleagues. In addition to excellent benefits, we offer flexible
work schedules, advancement opportunities, work-life balance initiatives
and more. Join our team and make a difference. Join us in our mission to
build brighter futures for those we serve, while building your OWN brighter
professional future.

Position Responsibilities
The Early Learning Communities Instructor is responsible for delivery of
Early Childhood trainings and support services provided through the Early
Learning Communities (ELC) program. The goal of this position is to work
with the United Way of Southeastern Michigan in implementing the Early
Learning Communities model in Pontiac and North Oakland County. Early
Learning Communities provides an ongoing quality improvement for early
care and education providers and caregivers delivered through
neighborhood based hubs. The position reports to the Early Learning
Communities Manager. The following represents a summary of the major
duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents in this position.
Incumbents may be requested to perform related tasks other than those
specifically presented.

Specific Duties/Job Expectations

  • Work in partnership with the Manager to develop and facilitate educational and support group for parents and caregivers.
  • Work in partnership with the Manager to develop and coordinate the ELC program and satellite training and activities schedule.
  • Assist in updating the lending library, training materials and activities
    relevant to the ELC program and satellite sites. Assist caregivers in use of
    the lending library, matching skills with appropriate resources.
  • Participate in community outreach services and recruitment activities
    related to ELC activities.
  • Facilitate trainings according to the ELC program and satellite schedule.
  • Facilitate playgroups according to the ELC program and satellite schedule.
  • Facilitate coaching activities with assigned caregivers in accordance with
    the ELC model.
  • Assist in building a network of childcare caregivers/providers across the
    assigned region. Engage those providers in regular Early Learning
    Community activities and trainings.
  • Attend all High Scope and other relevant trainings and United Way
    meetings as requested.
  • Work closely with staff from United Way, provide reports and data entry
    as needed/requested.
  • Attend community events as appropriate to represent and promote the
    Early Learning Communities.
  • Other Duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field.
  • Five years of experience in Early Childhood Education, with at least 1
    year providing trainings, coaching and support services.
  • Must have reliable mode of transportation, valid State of Michigan driver’s license and current insurance.
  • Ability to coordinate services, develop new resources, implement
    outreach activities in the community.
  • Experience providing trainings, conducting education and support groups.
  • Special abilities and skills necessary to perform the required tasks that
    best meet the needs of the agency also will be considered. Any standard
    above may be waived when compensating specifications or circumstances
    exist.

To Apply
To apply, visit our Career Center on our website at:
www.oaklandfamilyservices.org

Oakland Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Job site:
www.oaklandfamlyservices.org

Closing Date for Job: Jul 30, 2019

In-Home Family Coach, Community Unlimited, Union City, MI

Contact Person: Jolene Yeakey

Job Location: 221 Ellen Street
Union City, MI 49094

Job Title: In-Home Family Coach

Job Description:

Looking for a job with families of young children in Athens, Tekonsha and
Union City? Join our talented team by providing in-home coaching support
for families using the Parents as Teachers curriculum and connecting
families with local resources.

Job site:
www.communityunlimited.org

Closing Date for Job: Jul 15, 2019

Posted 5/17/19

Early Childhood Special Education Teacher, Lincoln Consolidated Schools, Ypsilanti, MI

Contact Person: Kerry Shelton

Job Location: Lincoln Consolidated Schools
8850 Whittatker Rd.
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Job Title: Early Childhood Special Education Teacher (ECSE)

Job Description:

The Early Childhood Special Education Teacher provides Special Education services to preschool age children with disabilities. The Early Childhood Special Education Teacher creates and sustains a community of learners through the development of a positive classroom and school culture by holding high expectations for students and utilizing quality instructional practices matched to student learning needs. The Early Childhood Special Education Teacher continuously improves their practice through professional learning and collaboration with peers. The Early Childhood Special Education Teacher supervises students, develops and delivers lessons, utilizes established curriculum and maintains high levels of communication with parents/guardians regarding student growth and wellbeing.

Job link:
https://www.lincolnk12.org/our-district/human-resources/employment-opportunties/

Closing Date for Job: Jun 28, 2019

Early Childhood Specialist, Ride Wood Elementary, Northville, MI

Contact Person: Deb Larges

Job Location: Ridge Wood Elementary
Ridge Wood Elementary, 49775 Six Mile Road
Northville, MI 48168

Job Title: Early Childhood Specialist (for 2019-2020 School Year)

Job Description:

The Early Childhood Specialist is responsible for onsite instructional
support of the Northville Public Schools Early Childhood Program teaching staff. This position will focus on coaching early childhood best practices through embedded professional development and support implementation of new program initiatives. Coaching framework would include strategies such as modeling, observation-feedback, and facilitation of peer learning opportunities.

Job link:
https://4.files.edl.io/2e68/05/13/19/175112-49c21584-2d25-492d-908b-6dc
d8e4324ca.pdf

Closing Date for Job: May 28, 2019

Kindergarten Lead Teacher, Crankbrook Schools Brookside ECC, Bloomfield Hills, MI

Contact Person: Karen Watson

Job Location:

Cranbrook Schools Brookside ECC
P.O. Box 801
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-0801

Job Title: Junior Kindergarten Lead Teacher

Job Description:

Cranbrook is seeking a Junior Kindergarten Teacher for its Early Childhood Center. Responsibilities include: Planning, supervising and implementing
developmentally appropriate curriculum in accordance with the philosophy
of Brookside School. Gearing the program, expectations, and responses, to
the needs of individual children with concern for their interests, ethnic and
cultural backgrounds, special talents, and individual style and pace of
learning. Treating all children and their families with dignity and respect,
maintaining positive discipline through the use of nonjudgmental language
and tone of voice. Sharing responsibility for the ordered arrangement of the
learning environment, arrival, dismissal, snack, lunch, and playground
supervision. Assessing children, conducting parent/teacher conferences, preparing progress reports and providing parents with regular classroom updates. And more.

Requirements: The person selected for this position must have a Bachelor
Degree in Early Childhood Education or Elementary Education, ZA
Endorsement, Michigan Teaching Certificate, and experience working with
young children. This person must be a sensitive and mature individual who
is able to relate well to both children and adults, have the personality and
ability to provide leadership and stability for program continuity. 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.

Job site:
https://www.cranbrook.edu/employment/faculty-schools

Closing Date for Job: Jun 30, 2019

Early Learners (Pre-K) Assistant Teacher, Boyne City Education Center, Boyne City, MI

Contact Person: Tammy Patrick

Job Location: 321 South Park Street
Boyne City, MI 49712

Job Title: Early Learners (Pre-k)Assistant Teacher

Job Description:

Qualifications:

An Associate Degree (AA) in early childhood education or child development and a valid classroom CDA credential are preferred.

Experience with children in a preschool setting is preferred, while a love
and understanding of young children is required. Interested individuals
should be energetic, positive, and able to communicate effectively with both
young children and adults.

Reports to: Early Learners Director

Assists: The Early Learners Program is a preschool program serving 3 and
4-year-old children. The assistant teacher aides the Lead teacher
throughout the day.

Job Goal: The Early Learners Assistant Teacher agrees to perform duties
assigned in a competent and professional manner in accordance with the
established policies and regulations of the Board of Education and the laws
of the State.

Performance Responsibilities:

  • Assist instructional personnel with the development and presentation of
    learning materials and instructional exercises.
  • Execute duties assigned by classroom teacher in order to coordinate
    instructional efforts.
  • Present subject matter to students under the direction and guidance of the teacher.
  • Instruct and assist children individually or in small groups (at teacher
    request) in order to help them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by the teacher.
  • Assist teacher in using developmentally appropriate positive methods of
    discipline which encourage self-control, self-direction, self-esteem and
    cooperation.
  • Implement administrative policies and rules governing students.
  • Supervise students in classrooms, halls, playground, gymnasium, or on
    field trips.
  • Observe students’ performance, and record relevant data to assess
    progress.
  • Instruct and monitor students in the use and care of equipment and
    materials, in order to prevent injuries and damage.
  • Use instructional materials and equipment effectively.
  • Use technology as an instructional tool in the classroom.
  • Escort children to and from various locations.
  • Be aware and assist with medical and/or physical needs of students as
    directed.
  • Attend required activities and trainings to improve ability in performing job duties.
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Other duties as assigned.

Terms of Employment:
Contract starts 2019-2020 School Year – TBD August 2019

Direct questions to:
Laurel Jewett
(231)439-8178
ljewett@nullboyne.k12.mi.us

Deadline: June 1, 2019 by 4:00 pm

How to Apply: Apply online only through the BCPS webpage:
http://boynecity.cyberschool.com/custom/jobs.html

Job site:
http://boynecity.cyberschool.com/custom/jobs.html

Closing Date for Job: Jun 01, 2019

Early Learners (Pre-K) Lead Teacher, Boyne City Education Center, Boyne City, MI

Contact Person: Tammy Patrick

Job Location: 321 South Park Street
Boyne City, MI 49712

Job Title: Early Learners (Pre-k) Lead Teacher

Job Description:

Qualifications:

A teaching certificate with a ZA or ZS endorsement, or a Bachelor Degree
in Early Childhood Education is preferred, with a minimum requirement of
an Associate Degree in Early Childhood.

Experience with children in a preschool setting is preferred, with a love and
understanding of young children is required.

Prior experience working in a GSRP classroom is preferred.

Interested individuals should be energetic, positive, and able to
communicate effectively with both young children and adults.

Be able to collaborate with other adults to maintain a successful program.

Reports to: Early Learners Director

Overview: Boyne City Public Schools has an opening within the Boyne City
Education Center for a Lead Teacher in the Early Learners program
4-year-old room for the 2019-2020 school year. The Early Learners
Program serves 3 and 4-year-old children.

Job Goal: The Early Learners Teacher agrees to perform the duties
assigned in a competent and professional manner in accordance with the
established policies and regulations of the Board of Education and the laws
of the State.

Performance Responsibilities:

  • Development and presentation of learning materials and instructional
    exercises.
  • Assign appropriate duties to classroom assistant in order to coordinate
    instructional efforts.
  • Present subject matter to students under the direction and guidance of the director.
  • Instruct and assist children individually or in small groups in order to help them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Use developmentally appropriate positive methods of discipline which
    encourage self-control, self-direction, self-esteem and cooperation.
  • Implement administrative policies and rules governing students.
  • Supervise students in classrooms, halls, playground, gymnasium, or on
    field trips.
  • Observe students’ performance, and record relevant data to assess
    progress.
  • Instruct and monitor students in the use and care of equipment and
    materials, in order to prevent injuries and damage.
  • Use instructional materials and equipment effectively.
  • Use technology as an instructional tool in the classroom.
  • Escort children to and from various locations.
  • Be aware and assist with medical and/or physical needs of students as
    directed.
  • Attend required activities and trainings to improve ability in performing job duties.
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Other duties as assigned.

Terms of Employment:
Contract starts 2019-2020 school Year – TBD Mid-August 2019

Direct questions to:
Laurel Jewett
(231)439-8178
ljewett@nullboyne.k12.mi.us

Deadline: June 1, 2019 by 4:00 pm

How to Apply: Apply online only through the BCPS webpage
http://boynecity.cyberschool.com/custom/jobs.html

Job site:
http://boynecity.cyberschool.com/custom/jobs.html

Closing Date for Job: Jun 01, 2019

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

Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist, Oakland Family Services, Pontiac, MI

Contact Person: Bobbie Parham

Job Location:
114 Orchard Lake Road
Pontiac, MI 48341

Job Title: Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist

Job Description:

RESPONSIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
The Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist (ECMHS) will consult with
teachers, administrators and families of children ages 0-6 with
social-emotional behavioral challenges at the Agency’s Children’s Learning
Center childcare/preschool facilities. The ECMHS will strengthen the
educators’ ability to promote the social-emotional development of all the
children in their care as well as support individual children exhibiting
challenging behaviors. The ECMHS will provide in-service and
professional development trainings to staff surrounding trauma, toxic stress
and social-emotional development.

The following represents a summary of the major duties and responsibilities
performed by incumbents in this position. Incumbents may be requested to perform related tasks other than those specifically presented.

SPECIFIC DUTIES/JOB EXPECTATIONS
Scope of Consultation and Duties:

  • Ability to model and coach appropriate behavior management techniques
    to parents and staff.
  • Provide classroom consultations for the purpose of providing teacher
    support surrounding challenging behaviors. This support will be in the
    following ways:
  • Direct coaching of intervention techniques with children while in the classroom.
  • Assistance in creating behavioral plans/behavioral tracking systems.
  • Leading and supporting regular teaching team meetings to discuss
    specific challenges and children.
  • Make referrals for children and their families to appropriate behavioral health services.
  • Provide learning opportunities for educators and families to help them develop new skills that will enable them to understand and more effectively support the social-emotional development of children.
  • Participation in Agency and community meetings as needed or required by our funding partners.

Administration

  • Perform the administrative tasks related to assigned work assignments
    as required by the agency.
  • Perform selected and additional administrative assignments as required,
    including student intern supervision.
  • Provide assistance, support and leadership to other staff members
    through consulting, teaching and other means as appropriate, and
    coordinate program activities when assigned to do so.
  • Other duties as assigned.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to
be physical and capable of successfully interacting and engaging with
young children in an early learning environment. The employee is
frequently required to sit and/or stand for 8 hours or more. Staff must have
the ability to reach with hands and arms and must occasionally lift and
move up to 25 pounds.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s Degree from an accredited school of social work, psychology or
    related field, and licensure commensurate with accrued expe
    will be considered.
  • Particular standards above may be waived when compensating
    specifications or circumstances exist.

Job site:
WWW.OAKLANDFAMILYSERVICES.ORG/CAREERS

Closing Date for Job: May 31, 2019

Substitute Assistant Teacher, Oakland Family Services, Pontiac, MI

Contact Person: Bobbie Parham

Job Location: 
114 Orchard Lake Road
Pontiac, MI 48341

Job Title: Substitute Assistant Teacher

Job Description:

RESPONSIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
The Substitute Assistant Teacher is responsible for teaching children,
providing coverage to maintain ratios, and other miscellaneous operations
related to Oakland Family Services’ Children’s Learning Center (CLC). This
position is an on-call and/or as needed position. The position reports to the
Early Childhood Education Manager or Early Childhood Education
Supervisor.

SPECIFIC DUTIES/JOB EXPECTATIONS
The specific duties include but are not limited to the following:

  • In conjunction with the lead teacher, implement developmentally
    appropriate activities using the High/Scope approach to learning with
    children.
  • Maintain standards of quality as required by State licensure, NAEYC
    accreditation and Michigan Department of Education (as applicable).
  • Assist in keeping accurate records of the children’s attendance, meal
    records, and sign-in/out sheets for parents.
  • Maintain a conducive learning environment for children.
  • Supervise and ensure the safety and well-being of each child.
  • Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
May have one of the following:

  • Associates Degree in Child Development
  • Current coursework in Child Development, Social Work or related field
    • Teaching experience is preferred.
    • Utilization of positive management techniques in the classroom.
    • Abilities and skills in the team approach to problem-solving and task completion.
    • Shows sensitivity to cultural differences.
    • Other relevant qualifications that support positive performance in the position.
    • Special abilities and skills necessary to perform the required tasks and that best meet the needs of the Agency also will be considered. Any standard above may be waived when compensating specifications or circumstances exist.

Job site:
WWW,OAKLANDFAMILYSERVICES.ORG/CAREERS

Closing Date for Job: May 31, 2019

Substitute Lead Teacher, Oakland Family Services, Pontiac, MI

Contact Person: Bobbie Parham

Job Location: Oakland Family Services
114 Orchard Lake Road
Pontiac, MI 48341

Job Title: Substitute Lead Teacher

Job Description:

Position Responsibilities
The Substitute Lead Teacher is responsible for teaching children, providing
coverage to maintain ratios, and other miscellaneous operations related to
Oakland Family Services’ Children’s Learning Center (CLC). This position
is an on-call and/or as needed position. The position reports to the Early
Childhood Education Manager.

Specific Duties/Job Expectations
The specific duties include but are not limited to the following:

  • Implement developmentally appropriate activities using the High/Scope
    approach to learning with children.
  • Maintain standards of quality as required by State licensure, NAEYC
    accreditation and Michigan Department of Education (as applicable).
  • Keep accurate records of the children’s attendance, meal records, and
    sign-in/out sheets for parents.
  • Maintain a conducive learning environment for children.
  • Supervise and ensure the safety and well being of each child.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications
May have one of the following:

  • Valid Michigan Teaching Certificate with an Early Childhood Specialist
    endorsement (ZA).
  • Valid Michigan Teaching Certificate with a Child Development Associate
    (CDA)
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education
  • A minimum of two years of teaching experience is preferred.
  • Utilization of positive management techniques in the classroom.
  • Abilities and skills in the team approach to problem solving and task
    completion.
  • Shows sensitivity to cultural differences.
  • Other relevant qualifications that support positive performance in the
    position.
  • Special abilities and skills necessary to perform the required tasks and that best meet the needs of the Agency also will be considered. Any standard above may be waived when compensating specifications or circumstances exist.

Job site:
WWW.OAKLANDFAMILYSERVICES.ORG/CAREERS

Closing Date for Job: May 31, 2019

Lead 2s Preschool Teacher, Livonia Co-Op Preschool, Livonia, MI

Contact Person: Jamie Phelan

Job Location: Livonia Co-op Preschool
9601 Hubbard St.,
Livonia, MI 48150

Job Title: Lead 2s Preschool Teacher

Job Description:

Our growing school is looking for a 2s Preschool Teacher who can help to
create a fun environment and incorporate educational activities that assist
in our children’s development. This position takes a person who is filled
with energy, love, compassion, and patience. The teacher must be able to
adjust the day depending on the children’s needs and maintain a calm and
peaceful demeanor through it all. The 2s class meets weekly in the
evening. The parent/caregiver attends the class with the children.

If you love working with kids and have previous experience in an early learning
environment, please apply today. Please contact Jamie Phelan

Job site:
http://www.livonianursery.com/ourteacher

Closing Date for Job: May 24, 2019

Center Support Associate, Bright Horizons at Midtown, Detroit, MI

Contact Person: Stephanie Medlen

Job Location: Bright Horizons @ Midtown
Detroit, MI 48202

Job Title: Center Support Associate

Job Description:
Do your friends and co-workers say that you are a natural teacher or
caregiver? Have you been a nanny, camp counselor, volunteered with
children or worked at another preschool? If you answered yes or are willing
to learn, apply today as an Associate Child Care Teacher at Bright
Horizons, an award-winning employer and leader in early childhood
education.

Do work that matters at a company that offers more!

Working with another Child Care Teacher in the classroom you will:•Lead
hands-on activities based on your observations of the children’s interests
and skills.

  • Document and share with parents the important milestones in a child’s
    day.
  • Keep the classroom safe and clean by following important procedures and guidelines.
  • Assist with creating and implementing developmentally appropriate lesson plans (yes, we even have a curriculum for infants!)

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.•Receive comprehensive training in child development. If you have
a passion for education we can help you earn your early childhood education certificate or degree for FREE.

  • Enhance your well-being with extensive benefits including 401(k) with a
    company match, health insurance offerings, employee discounts, and
    more!
  • 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 link:
https://www.brighthorizons.com/careers

Closing Date for Job: Jun 30, 2019

Associate 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: Associate Teacher

Job Description:
Do your friends and co-workers say that you are a natural teacher or
caregiver? Have you been a nanny, camp counselor, volunteered with
children or worked at another preschool? If you answered yes or are willing
to learn, apply today as an Assistant Child Care Teacher at Bright
Horizons, an award-winning employer and leader in early childhood
education.

Do work that matters at a company that offers more!
Working with another Child Care Teacher in the classroom you will:•Lead
hands-on activities based on your observations of the children’s interests
and skills.

  • Document and share with parents the important milestones in a child’s
    day.
  • Keep the classroom safe and clean by following important procedures and guidelines.
  • Assist with creating and implementing developmentally appropriate lesson plans (yes, we even have a curriculum for infants!)

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

  • Receive comprehensive training in child development. If you have a passion for education we can help you earn your early childhood education certificate or degree for FREE.
  • Enhance your well-being with extensive benefits including 401(k) with a company match, health insurance offerings, employee discounts, and more!
  • 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: Jun 30, 2019

Posted 4/19/19

Assistant Lead Teacher, Happy Elephant Childcare, Flint, MI

Contact Person: Aimee Ferris

Job Location: Happy Elephant 2469 S Linden rd
Flint, MI 48532

Job Title: Assistant lead teachers

Job Description:

Looking for qualified assistants to work at Happy Elephant Childcare. We
are looking for individuals who are quick learners and have a passion for
working with children. We are looking for full time and part time.

Call 810-733-1810

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

Closing Date for Job: Jul 01, 2019

Family Advocate II, KRESA, Portage, MI

Contact Person: Tara Kane

Job Location: 1819 E Milham Ave
Portage, MI 49002

Job Title: Family Advocate II

Job Description:

TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION, YOU MUST APPLY ONLINE
AT WWW.KRESA.ORG/JOBS BY 05/15/2019.

Responsible for implementing the parent involvement, family partnership
and community partnership functions for the Head Start program. Assists
with recruitment and enrollment of children for the program, and then uses
a Family Communication and Home Visiting Framework to support and
assist a caseload of families to identify and meet goals they establish.
Assists with ensuring child health requirements and other required
screenings and assessments are completed within required deadlines.
Provides reflective supervision and mentoring to Family Advocate I’s,
providing support for families with Tier III needs. Supports the larger
system of social services coordinated by Head Start, thereby supporting
the goals of the program. May involve reassignment of caseload and/or
center location as deemed necessary for program operations. Demonstrates a combination of skills, dispositions and behaviors, some of which are related to the specific service area of this position and others that represent general expectations of all program staff. Uses knowledge of the principles of family support and case management to collaborate with related service areas and communicate with internal and external stakeholders. Provides opportunities for families to become involved and engaged with the program, and to interact with one another in parent meetings. Applies a family-centered, strength-based approach in services delivered. Will have high expectations for families and works to motivate and inspire them to increase their involvement and assume the responsibilities of their children’s education, health and overall wellbeing.

Qualifications:
Master’s degree in social work or related field with three to five years’
experience working with economically disadvantaged families; or any
comparable combination of education, training or experience. Must
possess excellent listening skills, the ability to develop positive
relationships with dysfunctional families and experience in utilizing
community resources. Reliable transportation and a valid Michigan driver’s
license required. 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:
Experience with reflective supervision. Bilingual language (Spanish) skills.
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: May 15, 2019

Child Care Assistants, Oakland Family Services, Pontiac, MI

Contact Person: Angela Liegghio

Job Location:
Walled Lake, Michigan
Pontiac, MI 48341

Job Title: Child Care Assistants

Job Description:

About Oakland Family Services
Oakland Family Services is a private, not-for-profit, human services
organization that provides programs from four offices and within our
community located throughout Oakland County. As a leader in child and
family-focused services, Oakland Family Services reaches more than
35,000 individuals and 18,000 families each year. We offer a warm and
engaging work environment and the opportunity to work with dedicated
professional colleagues. In addition to excellent benefits, we offer flexible
work schedules, advancement opportunities, work-life balance initiatives
and more. Join our team and make a difference. Join us in our mission to
build brighter futures for those we serve, while building your OWN brighter
professional future.

Position Responsibilities
The Child Care Assistant is responsible for assisting with the day-to-day
operations of the classrooms in the Oakland Family Services Children’s
Learning Center (CLC). The Child Care Assistant will provide physical care
and implement developmentally appropriate activities with the children.
This position reports to the Early Childhood Education Site Supervisor.

Specific Duties/Job Expectations

  • Assist in implement and evaluate developmentally appropriate, engaging
    activities using the HighScope approach to learning with children.
  • Provide classroom coverage in the absence of Lead Teacher and/or
    Assistant Teacher.
  • Maintain standards of quality as required by State licensure, Great Start to Quality and NAEYC accreditation.
  • Assist in maintaining accurate records of the children’s attendance, meal
    records, incident reports, medication for children, allergies, and sign-in/out sheets for parents.
  • Participate in daily team planning meetings to create daily lesson plans
    and coordinate task responsibilities with the Lead Teacher and/or Assistant Teacher.
  • Assist in creating and implementing children’s behavioral support plans as needed.
  • Collaborate with classroom partners, supervisor and administrative team
    members on curriculum, student and center needs.
  • Participate in Agency and program activities.
  • Assist in maintaining the arrangement, appearance and cleanliness of the
    learning environment.
  • Assist in supervising and ensuring the health, safety and well being of
    each child.
  • Participate in professional development opportunities as required by the
    Agency, licensing and funding requirements.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Physical Demands
While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to
be physical and capable of successfully managing an early learning
environment. The employee is frequently required to sit and/or stand for 8
hours or more. Staff must have the ability to reach with hands and arms
and must occasionally lift and move up to 25 pounds.

Qualifications

  • Must possess a High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Child Development Associate Credential (CDA) preferred.
  • Experience working with young children 12 months through 12 years old.
  • Demonstrate knowledge related to child development.
  • Willingness to learn and implement the HighScope Approach.
  • Communication skills that focus on positive and professional
    communication with parents and children.
  • Abilities and skills in the team approach to problem solving and task
    completion.
  • Shows sensitivity to cultural differences.
  • Other relevant qualifications that support positive performance in the
    position.
  • Special abilities and skills necessary to perform the required tasks and
    that best meet the needs of the Agency also will be considered. Any
    standard above may be waived when compensating specifications or
    circumstances exist.

To Apply
To apply for this position, please visit our Career Center on our website at:
www.oaklandfamilyservices.org

Oakland Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Job link:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=51d88eca-f8a9-423a-a470-da0112f14ca5

Closing Date for Job: May 31, 2019

Preschool Assistant Teacher, Oakland Family Services, Pontiac, MI

Contact Person: Angela Liegghio

Job Location:
Walled Lake, Michigan
Pontiac, MI 48341

Job Title: Preschool Assistant Teacher

Job Description:

About Oakland Family Services
Oakland Family Services is a private, not-for-profit, human services
organization that provides programs from four offices and within our
community located throughout Oakland County. As a leader in child and
family-focused services, Oakland Family Services reaches more than
35,000 individuals and 18,000 families each year. We offer a warm and
engaging work environment and the opportunity to work with dedicated
professional colleagues. In addition to excellent benefits, we offer flexible
work schedules, advancement opportunities, work-life balance initiatives
and more. Join our team and make a difference. Join us in our mission to
build brighter futures for those we serve, while building your OWN brighter
professional future.

Responsibilities/Essential Functions
The Preschool Assistant Teacher is responsible for supporting the overall
day-to-day operations of a classroom in Oakland Family Services’
Children’s Learning Center (CLC). The teacher is responsible for assisting
with the implementation of high quality, HighScope learning experiences for
children, daily lesson planning, interacting with parents and volunteers,
record keeping and other miscellaneous operations related to the
Children’s Learning Center Programs. The position reports to the Early
Childhood Education Supervisor.

Specific Duties/Responsibilities
The specific duties include but are not limited to the following:

  • Assist in implementing and evaluating developmentally appropriate,
    engaging activities using the HighScope approach to learning with children.
  • Maintain standards of quality as required by State licensure, Great Start
    to Quality and NAEYC accreditation.
  • Assist in maintaining accurate records of the children’s attendance, meal
    records, incident reports, medication for children, allergies, and sign-in/out sheets for parents.
  • Participate in daily team planning meetings to create daily lesson plans
    and coordinate task responsibilities with the Lead Teacher and/or Child
    Care Assistant.
  • Collaborate with classroom partners, supervisor and administrative team
    members on curriculum, student and center needs.
  • Participate in Agency and program activities.
  • Assist in conducting a minimum of two parent-teacher conferences per
    school year with each enrolled family.
  • Assist in conducting two home visits with each Great Start Readiness
    Program (GSRP) enrolled family.
  • Assist with daily documentation of children’s interactions and play through anecdotal notes.
  • Assist in assessing children’s developmental progress using HighScope’s
    Child Observation Record (COR).
  • Assist in the creation and implementation of children’s behavioral support plans as needed.
  • Maintain the arrangement, appearance and cleanliness of the learning
    environment.
  • Supervise and ensure the health, safety and well being of each child.
  • Participate in professional development opportunities as required by the
    Agency, licensing and funding requirements.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Physical Demands
While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to
be physical and capable of successfully managing an early learning
environment. The employee is frequently required to sit and/or stand for 8
hours or more. Staff must have the ability to reach with hands and arms
and must occasionally lift and move up to 25 pounds.

Qualifications

  • Must possess at minimum a High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Proper training in Early Childhood Education, including, but not limited to, a Child Development Associate Credential (CDA) Associate Degree in child development or related field or equivalent continuing education experience as approved by the Michigan Department of Education.
  • A minimum of one year of preschool teaching experience is preferred.
  • Experience with the HighScope approach preferred.
  • Communication skills that focus on positive and professional
    communication with parents and children.
  • Utilization of positive management techniques in the classroom.
  • Abilities and skills in the team approach to problem solving and task
    completion.
  • Shows sensitivity to cultural differences.
  • Other relevant qualifications that support positive performance in the
    position.
  • Special abilities and skills necessary to perform the required tasks and
    that best meet the needs of the Agency also will be considered. Any
    standard above may be waived when compensating specifications or
    circumstances exist.

To Apply
To apply for this position, please visit our Career Center on our website at:
www.oaklandfamilyservices.org

Oakland Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Job link:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=51d88eca-f8a9-423a-a470-da0112f14ca5

Closing Date for Job: May 31, 2019

Lead Preschool Teacher, Oakland Family Services, Pontiac, MI

Contact Person: Angela Liegghio

Job Location:
Walled Lake, Michigan
Pontiac, MI 48341

Job Title: Lead Preschool Teacher

Job Description:

About Oakland Family Services
Oakland Family Services is a private, not-for-profit, human services
organization that provides programs from four offices and within our
community located throughout Oakland County. As a leader in child and
family-focused services, Oakland Family Services reaches more than
35,000 individuals and 18,000 families each year. We offer a warm and
engaging work environment and the opportunity to work with dedicated
professional colleagues. In addition to excellent benefits, we offer flexible
work schedules, advancement opportunities, work-life balance initiatives
and more. Join our team and make a difference. Join us in our mission to
build brighter futures for those we serve, while building your OWN brighter
professional future.

Responsibilities/Essential Functions
The Preschool Lead Teacher is responsible for the overall day-to-day
operations of a classroom in Oakland Family Services’ Children’s Learning
Center (CLC). The teacher is responsible for implementing high quality,
HighScope learning experiences for children, task supervision of support
staff, daily lesson planning, interacting with parents and volunteers, record
keeping and other miscellaneous operations related to the Children’s
Learning Center Programs. The position reports to the Early Childhood
Education Supervisor.

Specific Duties/Responsibilities
The specific duties include but are not limited to the following:

  • Design, implement and evaluate developmentally appropriate, engaging
    activities using the HighScope approach to learning with children.
  • Maintain standards of quality as required by State licensure, Great Start
    to Quality and NAEYC accreditation.
  • Maintain accurate records of the children’s attendance, meal records,
    incident reports, medication for children, allergies, and sign-in/out sheets for parents.
  • Facilitate daily team planning meetings to create daily lesson plans and
    coordinate task responsibilities with the Assistant Teacher and/or Child
    Care Assistant.
  • Provide coaching support to other teachers on the team in areas of
    personal expertise.
  • Collaborate with classroom partner
  • Conduct a minimum of two parent-teacher conferences per school year
    with each enrolled family.
  • Conduct two home visits with each Great Start Readiness Program
    (GSRP) enrolled family.
  • Create and maintain formal and informal communications with parents
    through daily interactions, weekly notes, monthly newsletters, mailings,
    emails and additional conferences as needed.
  • Daily documentation of children’s interactions and play through anecdotal notes.
  • Assess children’s developmental progress using HighScope’s Child
    Observation Record (COR).
  • Administer, score and provide parental feedback on the Ages and Stages
    Questionnaire (ASQ-3 and ASQ-SE) and other Agency required
    assessments and screenings.
  • Collaborate, create and implement children’s behavioral support plans as
    needed.
  • Assist in planning and implementation of parent education programs.
  • Complete monthly Parent Involvement tracking.
  • Maintain a clean and healthy classroom environment for children.
  • Supervise and ensure the safety and well being of each child.
  • Request and inventory classroom materials and supplies.
  • Participate in professional development opportunities as required by the
    Agency, licensing and funding requirements.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Physical Demands
While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to
be physical and capable of successfully managing an early learning
environment. The employee is frequently required to sit and/or stand for 8
hours or more. Staff must have the ability to reach with hands and arms
and must occasionally lift and move up to 25 pounds.

Qualifications
Must possess one of the following:

  • Valid Michigan Teaching Certificate with an Early Childhood Specialist
    endorsement (ZA/ZS)
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development with emphasis in preschool
    teaching.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education
  • A minimum of two years of teaching experience is preferred.
  • Excellent communication skills that focus on positive and professional
    communication with parents and children.
  • Utilization of positive management techniques in the classroom.
  • Abilities and skills in the team approach to problem solving and task
    completion.
  • Shows sensitivity to cultural differences.
  • Other relevant qualifications that support positive performance in the
    position.
  • Special abilities and skills necessary to perform the required tasks and
    that best meet the needs of the Agency also will be considered. Any
    standard above may be waived when compensating specifications or
    circumstances exist.

To apply for this position, please visit our Career Center on our website at:
www.oaklandfamilyservices.org

Oakland Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Job link:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=51d88eca-f8a9-423a-a470-da0112f14ca5

Closing Date for Job: May 31, 2019

Lead Teacher, The Breakie Bunch Learning Center, Waterford, MI

Contact Person: Laura Breakie-Graybill

Job Location:
4440 W Walton Blvd
Waterford, MI 48329

Job Title: Lead Teacher

Job Description:

This position takes a person who is filled with energy, love, compassion,
and patience. They must have experience leading a classroom, be able to
adjust the day depending on the children’s needs and maintain a calm and
peaceful demeanor through it all.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Meet State licensing requirements for a lead teacher
  • CPR and First aid certified
  • Bloodborne Pathogen training before starting
  • Love for teaching and commitment
  • Ability to plan, organize and implement program activities
  • Communication skills
  • Ability to work as team

BENEFITS

  • Paid continuing education
  • Supportive, encouraging work environment
  • Paid CPR and first aid training
  • IRA contribution plan
  • Eligibility for T.E.A.C.H. Scholarship
  • Paid holiday and vacation time (full-time employees)
  • Discounted childcare
  • Secluded break room
  • Weekly paid planning time (for lead teachers)
  • Direct deposit
  • No night or weekend hours

Job site: https://www.thebreakiebunch.com/were-hiring/

Closing Date for Job: Jun 15, 2019

Posted 4/5/19

Child Assessor, Head Start Preschools, Detroit, MI

Contact Person: Kyla McRoy

Job Location: Head Start Preschools
Various locations in and around Detroit
Detroit, MI

Job Title: Child Assessor

Job Description:

We need people to work with children in Head Start schools in the Detroit
area!

Interested in flexible, temporary employment? Our team (based at Michigan
State University) is assessing preschool and kindergarten children on a variety of tasks this coming fall (’19) and the following spring (’20). These tasks will help us understand how children develop literacy, math, and social skills. As a Child Assessor, you will travel to select Head Start schools in the Detroit area and conduct assessments with children.

Job Responsibilities:

  1. Receive training on a variety of assessment tools
  2. Become reliable on these assessment tools
  3. Travel to preschools to conduct child assessments
  4. Score assessments and follow data protection protocols

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of a high school diploma
  • Experience working with children
  • Effective work habits (be dependable and consistent)
  • Good communication skills and interpersonal skills (ability to interact with
    children, teachers, and school administrators)
  • Demonstrate a high level of attention to detail
  • Ability to pass background checks
  • Valid driver’s license for travel with own reliable vehicle
  • Must be available Monday-Thursday from 8am-4pm (see dates below)
    Approximate Dates:
    2019: 8/19 – 11/22
    2020: 4/19 – 6/15

Preference given to those with experience with preschool and kindergarten
children.
Travel to schools will be reimbursed. This is an excellent opportunity to
gain professional work experience and research experience!

Contact email: mcrokyl@nullmsu.edu

Job site: http://www.ellilab.com/

Closing Date for Job: Jul 15, 2019

Infant and Toddler Caregiver, Cook’s Academy, Bloomfield Hills, MI

Contact Person: Kelly Cook

Job Location: Cook’s Academy
1100 Lone Pine Rd
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

Job Title: Infant and Toddler Caregiver

Job Description:

Cook’s Academy is located in Bloomfield Hills and is searching for caring individuals who have experience with children ages birth-Toddler. Hours of operation are 7am -6pm all year round. Candidates must be comfortable
working in a team environment and have scheduling flexibility.

If you are interested in joining the Cook’s Academy family, please submit a
Resume to Kelly Cook at kacmaed65@nullgmail.com

Job site:
www.cooksacad.com

Closing Date for Job: Jun 01, 2019

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

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

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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