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Posted 11/8/16

Various positions: Algonac Community Schools, Point Tremble Early Childhood Center


Positions include:

Toddler Lead Teacher

Preschool Lead Teacher

Program Director

Contact: Crystal Harris- 810-794-8895 Ext. 1003

Closing date: When positions are filled

 

Director of Early Childhood: Oakland Schools Intermediate School District, Waterford, MI

JOB DESCRIPTION: Lead the collaborative development, implementation and continuous improvement of county wide, cross sector systems to improve young children’s school readiness in areas including: state funded prekindergarten (GSRP), services for children from birth to three with mild to severe developmental delays and diagnosed conditions (Early On) and coordination and expansion of early childhood infrastructure and programming in Oakland County (Early Childhood Block Grant).

ONLINE POSTING: Director of Early Childhood

CONTACT PERSON: Nicole Spitzley; Nicole.Spitzley@Oakland.k12.mi.us

CLOSING DATE: November 18, 2016

 

Full-Time Early Childhood Instructor: Bay College, Escanaba, MI

Bay de Noc Community College is a student-focused, multi-campus institution serving the higher education needs of the south central Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The College is an AQIP institution committed to continuous quality improvement. Bay College takes pride in providing a quality education to transfer and occupational students at two campuses, online, and at other course delivery sites.

The full-time Early Childhood Instructor is responsible for teaching courses in Early Childhood, and is responsible for coordinating transfer programs and the occupational program in Early Childhood Education.

Access the full job posting details here.

 

Full-Time Assistant Site Leader: The Guidance Center, Belleville, MI

As a recognized leader in our field, The Guidance Center provides a broad range of services that have helped children, adults and families unlock potential and build better lives for more than 56 years. With over 30 programs, we offer treatment, prevention, growth and education services to more than 25,000 people annually.

We have an exciting opportunity for an Assitant Site Leader in our Head Start Program, to join our team of talented professionals.

Qualifications: Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education, plus two years employed experience in both family support and administration. Must have strong management skills, excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills. Must have excellent organizational skills. Additional requirements include a nonjudgmental approach that reflects cultural competency and sensitivity to the unique needs and diverse experiences of our staff members and the programs they represent. Must have the ability to appropriately handle crisis situations. Working hours are 37.5 hours per week. 8-4 M-F.

Access the job posting details here.

 

Senior Project Coordinator- Race to the Top, Lansing, MI

The Michigan Public Health Institute has posted a position as Sr. Project Coordinator for Race to the Top. This position will work closely with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to successfully implement the Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge Grant. If you are interested in learning more about the position, you can find more information at the link below. The position is titled: Sr. Project Coordinator Race to the Top.

Access the job description here.

 

Posted 10/24/16

Full-Time Early Childhood Lead Teacher: Livingston Educational Service Agency, Howell, MI

 

Please review the full job notice here.

Contact Person: Sean LaRosa

Closing date: Open until filled

 

Part Time Cook Aide: Taylor Head Start

We have an exciting opportunity for Part Time Cook Aide to join our team of talented professionals. Position pay $10.89 per hour.

Qualifications: High School diploma or GED. If driving is required the candidate must possess and retain a chauffeur’s license with a favorable driving record. Additional requirements include a nonjudgmental approach that reflects cultural competency and sensitivity to the unique needs and diverse experiences of our students, families, business partners and of the people in the programs represented by The Guidance Center. Must have the ability to appropriately handle crisis situations. Food Service Experience preferred. Work hours are 25 hours per week- Monday-Friday 8:30am-1:30pm.

 

Full job description here.

 

Various Positions: Capital Area Community Services, Inc.

Head Start Teacher (Full Time, Part Year) - Potterville, MI

Full job description available at: http://www.cacsheadstart.org/employment
Qualified candidates will possess Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education (or equivalent) or Michigan Teaching Certificate with Early Childhood Endorsement.
Apply by submitting a resume and cover letter to employment@cacsheadstart.org ATTN:Danielle Cross

Head Start Teacher (Full Time, Part Year)- Charlotte, MI

Full job description available at: http://www.cacsheadstart.org/employment
Qualified candidates will possess Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education (or equivalent) or Michigan Teaching Certificate with Early Childhood Endorsement.
Apply by submitting a resume and cover letter to employment@cacsheadstart.org ATTN:Danielle Cross

Nutritionist (Full Time or Part Time option available) - Lansing, MI

Full job description available at: http://www.cacsheadstart.org/employment
Qualified candidates will be a Registered Dietician or possess a Masters Degree in Public Health Nutrition
Apply by submitting a resume and cover letter to employment@cacsheadstart.org ATTN:Danielle Cross

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant (Full Time or Part Time option available) - Lansing, MI

Full job description available at: http://www.cacsheadstart.org/employment
Qualified candidates will possess a Masters Degree in Mental Health with State License or posses limited license with ability to receive full license within 2 years
Apply by submitting a resume and cover letter to employment@cacsheadstart.org ATTN:Danielle Cross

 

Lead Toddler Teacher: Trinity Lutheran School and Child Care, Jackson, MI

Trinity Lutheran Preschool and Child Care Center has a part-time position available for a Lead Teacher in a Toddler program. We are looking for an individual with an Associate’s degree (or higher) in early childhood education along with special course work/training in working with toddlers. We seek loving Christian adults to interact with and provide quality care for young children. The Lead Teacher plans, prepares, and implements an appropriate daily schedule, age- appropriate lesson plans, and learning activities for our 2 year old toddlers. This teacher also oversees the toddler 2 program, classroom organization and environment, and staff assigned to the toddler room. Lead teacher responsibilities include playful interactions and discussions with children, working with children at center activities and inside and outside play times, helping children with snacks and meals, assisting children with daily tasks and needs, and performing general housekeeping chores to maintain a clean and attractive room. The Lead teacher is responsible for communicating with parents including a weekly newsletter. The teacher needs to be mobile and able to lift small children and classroom items. For more information, contact the director, Gloria, by phone at 517-750-2105 or by email at gloriafahlsing@tlsjackson.com.

Child Caregiver: Trinity Lutheran School and Child Care, Jackson, MI

Trinity Lutheran Preschool and Child Care Center has several part-time positions available for child caregivers in our infant and toddler rooms. We are looking for loving Christian adults to interact with and provide quality care for children. Child caregivers work under the supervision of a Lead Teacher to prepare and implement age-appropriate activities for children. Child caregiver responsibilities include playful interactions and discussions with children, working with children at center activities and inside and outside play times, helping children with snacks and meals, changing diapers, assisting children with daily tasks and needs, and performing general housekeeping chores to maintain a clean and attractive room. Child caregivers need to be mobile and able to lift small children and classroom items. For more information, contact the director, Gloria, by phone at 517-750-2105 or by email at gloriafahlsing@tlsjackson.com.

 

Full Time Early Childhood Director: Central Detroit Christian Child Development Center (Pathways of Promise), Detroit MI

 

In January, we will be opening up an early childhood learning center called Pathways of Promise. We are seeking to hire a full time Early Childhood Director in our brand new facilitiy.

Please review the job description here.

www.centraldetroitchristian.org

Contact: Tanisha Finley: tfinley@centraldetroitchristian.org

Open until filled

 

GSRP Lead Teacher: West Shore Educational Service District, Ludington, MI

West Shore Educational Service District is seeking a GSRP Lead Teacher. Please see the full position description here.

 

Infant and Toddler Lead and Associate Teachers: Pee Wee Patch Child Development Center, Lake Orion, MI

Pee Wee Patch is seeking Infant and Toddler Lead and Associate Teachers for our growing center. We offer hourly wages, paid vacations and tuition assistance for employees pursuing Early Childhood Degrees. Our center is open year round 6am-6:30pm. We are licensed, NAEYC accredited, use the High Scope curriculum. We service children birth-12 years and have a GSRP Program.

Please send resume to peeweepatch@peeweepatch.com

Full Time Lead Teachers: Algonac Early Childhood Center, Algonac, MI

Program is seeking two Toddler Lead Teachers and two Preschool Lead Teachers. The center is located at 9541 Phelps Road, Algonac, MI 48001 Year round program, open 6 a.m.-6 p.m.

Please contact Kelli Williams at 810-794-8895 ext. 1621.

Posted 10/4/16

PART-TIME ASSISTANT TEACHERS: Heart of the Shepherd Child Development Center, Howell, MI


Qualifications: Previous training and/or college credits in Early Childhood/Child Development or a related field, may be working toward degree from an accredited institution of higher education.

Prefer previous teaching experience in an Early Childhood/Child Development center, working with
children 6 weeks-5 years. Must need to recognize the benefits of a play-based philosophy & have experience in this type of environment.


Responsibilities: Assist Head Teachers with many aspects of classroom management, work with teaching team to implement developmentally appropriate practice and activities, participate in staff meetings and professional development training, and provide a safe, healthy, nurturing, positive Christian environment.

Assistant Teachers needed for afternoon and closing shifts. Salary depends on education and experience. Eligible for Disability & Retirement benefits after 90 days.

Please visit our website, www.hotshepherd.org, for more information about our Center and philosophy.

Resumes and cover letters can be emailed to courtni@hotshepherd.org.

 

Early Childhood Teacher: Children's Center/Schoolcraft College, Livonia, MI

Seeking a qualified individual to fill this position successfully. Responsible for providing direction and support for children.

Please see the complete job description here.

Early Learning Communities Navigator: Oakland Family Services, Walled Lake, MI

Please see position description here.

Visit the website at www.oaklandfamilyservices.org

 

Empowering Parents Impacting Children (EPIC) – Family Coach Steepletown Neighborhood Services - Grand Rapids, MI Part-time

Summary of Job: The position has been created in response to the needs of families currently involved with ELNC preschool programs, offering resources and support in a holistic manner for all members of the family.

In alignment with the "duo-enrollment" model of education, the Family Coach will serve as a contact point for the preschool child’s family members in order to address any barriers to education while promoting education and career development for family members. The Family Coach will serve as this connection piece by maintaining consistent contact with families, addressing immediate and more long-term needs, assisting families in accessing further support systems, and encouraging families on the pathway to success and the creation of a stable foundation.

Reporting Relationships: The Family Coach reports to the Steepletown Preschool Director

Direct Staff Supervised: None

Other Key Relationships: The Family Coach will interact and develop relationships with ELNC Staff, partners, parents, community partners, volunteers and other community early childhood program peers.

Essential Job Functions:

· Develop and maintain trusting relationships with families of preschool students through calls and in-person meetings/home visits on a consistent basis
· Assist families in accessing various resources to promote stability (Ex. Applying for assistance from DHS, identifying local food pantries, finding information on upcoming community events and resources, etc.)
· Help family members identify personal empowerment goals (Ex. Earning their GED, moving into their own home, solidifying stable employment, etc.), create a plan to reach goals, and hold family members accountable for the actions taken to achieve personal goals.
· Assist with administrative duties relating to preschool registration (completing registration forms, identifying needed forms for application packets, reviewing applications)
· Work with ELNC staff members to access further supports for students (through the creation and usage of behavior plans, goal sheets, data tracking and management forms, referral sheets etc.)
· Monitor and identify student behavioral patterns or activity that suggest environmental concerns; create plan(s) of action to address concerns
· Work with family members to identify specific barriers to student(s)’ academic success inside and outside the household; partner with family members to create plans of action to overcome barriers
· Connect family members with specific resources and/or programs that promotes self sufficiency
· Other responsibilities as given.
Essential Job Competencies:

· Cultural Competence - The ability to understand, communicate with, and effectively interact with people across cultures.

· Flexibility/Resilience – The ability to adjust to and thrive in a complex and changing environment; handles setbacks and failures with professionalism and candor; effectively and appropriately responds in the face of adversity or conflict.

· Ability to Multi-Task – The ability to handle multiple tasks and assignments; prioritizes more important tasks while maintaining a good handle on others; reports in a timely manner any barriers to task completion level ample opportunities for supervisor to adjust deadliness.

· Results-Oriented Thinking and Behavior – A genuine concern for effectiveness.Possesses the desire to get the job done with excellence; mentally is focused on getting the best results for actions taken; does not settle of mediocrity.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Knowledge of complex helping systems, professions, and organizations and how they affect children and family welfare, and the multiple uses of such systems, professions, and organizations to deliver services.
Knowledge of safety regulations, practices, and procedures.
Ability to work well with others in a team approach.
Skilled in the use of automation software and related equipment.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Required Minimum Education and Experience:

Possess a MSW degree or a B.A./B.S./BSW degree with a minimum of 2-3 years related work experience
Previous experience working within a school setting (minimum 5 years)
Previous experience working with culturally diverse clientele (minimum 5 years)
Flexible schedule
Own transportation required.
Additional requirements of the position:

· Position is identified as having regular contact with children in accordance with publiclaw; therefore, a criminal background check must be completed.
Walking, standing, bending, and carrying of small and light objects.
How to apply: Send resumes to Ashley Sweers, Preschool Director; Ashley@steepletown.org

Closing Date: When position is filled

 

Part Time Teacher's Aide: New Morning School

Teacher's Aide for students in preschool through grade 8. The aide will assist the teachers, working individually with the children. This is a perfect position for a college student in elementary education or a retired teacher.

Hours needed: 8:30 am - 12:40 pm on Mondays and 11:15 am - 3:40 pm on Thursdays. Other hours will be as needed to substitute for other aides. adding up to 16 additional hours per week.

Qualifications: MUST have previous experience working with children and at least one year of college.

Please send resume to New Morning School at elaine@newmorningschool.com

 

Nutrition Specialist - Head Start/Early Head Start and GSRP - RFT

Please apply online at www.-guidance-center.org


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