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Posted 8/11/17

Full-time GSRP Teacher, Little Saints Childcare Center, Essexville, MI

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Provide group instruction and individualized prescriptive programming for each child.
  • Monitor the development of each child's skills.
  • Assist in the assessment of language development, fine motor, gross motor, cognitive development, emotional and social development.
  • Maintain classroom equipment, work areas, student files/records (e.g. instructional materials, cleaning work areas/playground., etc. for the purpose of ensuring availability of items, providing reliable information and/or ensuring a safe and sanitary environment.
  • Implement academic, behavior, health and nutrition plans (e.g. literacy activities, stories, songs, math/science activities, art, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring compliance with   established regulations and/or performance standards.
  • Develop and maintain an appropriate relationship with parents and inform them of the student's progress.
  • Provide supervision and direction to associate teacher.  Organize and plan activities for the associate teacher.
  • Participate in extra-curricular activities that are a part of the total educational experience for all children.
  • Participate in program committees designed to improve/enhance the overall program.
  • Conduct parent conferences and in home visits per GSRP guidelines.
  • Support the completion of all required paperwork/reporting in conjunction with Supervisor.

Qualifications:

EDUCATION:   A valid Michigan teaching certificate with an Early Childhood endorsement (ZA/ZS)  or a bachelor’s degree in early childhood.

EXPERIENCE:     At least two years experience with pre-school students preferred.

SKILLS/OTHER:

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, staff and parents.
  • Excellent oral and written skills.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills.   
  • Familiar with Teaching Strategies

Compensation/Benefits:

  • Compensation dependent on experience.
  • Medical Insurance provided.  
  • Paid Sick, PTO, and Vacation days

To Apply:
  • Email resume to jennifer.ogg@ascbaycity.org
  • Accepting applications until 9/30/17 or until filled

 

Assessor, Great Start to Quality, East Lansing, MI

The Early Childhood Investment Corporation is seeking a qualified and dynamic candidate for the position of Assessor for the Great Start to Quality Program.  This is an excellent opportunity to join an organization that promotes and implements innovative, high-quality, research-based early childhood practices and policies. 

This position provides the chosen candidate the opportunity to use their skills to support Michigan’s tiered quality rating and improvement system that ensures families have access to quality child care and early learning programs.  The primary responsibility of this position is to assess child care and preschool programs statewide to ensure fidelity to the program model.

To excel in this position, the Assessor will have a minimum of an associate’s degree in a discipline related to the field of early childhood with 3 to 5 years related experience.  A bachelor’s degree is preferred.  Trained and certified in the HighScope Program Quality Assessment tool with knowledge of quality rating and improvement systems for child care and early learning settings, and knowledge of screening, assessment and curriculum tools.  The candidate must be able available for in-state travel and occasional out of state travel, and have the ability to operate an automobile and have a valid driver’s license and insurance.  

This is a non-exempt, full time position based on Lansing.  Compensation is competitively based on experience and includes a benefits package with health, dental and vision coverage, life insurance, short- and long-term disability as well as employer paid contributions to a 401A pension plan.

You can review this information on our website at http://ecic4kids.org/content/careers.  Please email your cover letter and resume to Carrie Tynan at ctynan@ecic4kids.org.

The Early Childhood Investment Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Full job description here.

 

Extension Specialist: Children & Youth Institute Director, Michigan State University Extension, East Lansing, MI

Michigan State University (MSU) Extension has, for more than 100 years, equipped Michigan residents with the information that they need to improve their lives, raise healthy and safe families, build their communities and empower children to dream of a successful future. MSU Extension provides a leadership role in responding to the emergent needs of communities, building on relationships and partnerships that have been cultivated for decades. The Children & Youth
Institute (CYI) Director provides leadership to the strategic development of the Institute and the achievement of its objectives, and contributes to the success of MSU Extension, the College and the University.

Full job description here.

MSU job site here.

 

Museum Educator, Flint Children's Museum, Flint, MI

The Museum Educator translates early childhood education principles and research into interactive play activities in a variety of areas. The Museum Educator must have a passion for working with young children and promoting the mission of inspriring a lifelong love for learning through the power of play. Responsible for the development and implementation of educational content that meets core standards for all exhibits, programs, school outreach activities, and traveling exhibits. Models positive and considerate ways to enhance visitors’ overall learning experience by making education fun. 

Website: http://flintchildrensmuseum.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/

Contact person: Kimberly Roddy - kroddy@flintchildrensmuseum.org

Full job description here.

 

(Various positions), A School for the Mind and Body, Clarkston, MI

1) A School for the Mind and Body is looking for a lead teacher that would be responsible for the care, supervision, and management of children in accordance with the state licensing requirements and overall goals of A School for the Mind and Body.  The applicant must pass background checks.  If you believe you are qualified for this position, please e-mail your resume to Nanci Canine at ncanine@sfmb.net

2) A School for the Mind and Body is looking for an assistant teacher that is passionate about early childhood education.  The applicant must meet licensing standards and pass background checks.  If you believe you are qualified for this position, please e-mail your resume to Nanci Canine at ncanine@sfmb.net.  


3) A School for the Mind and Body is looking for an applicant for the lead teacher position in our GSRP.  The applicant must have a valid Michigan Teaching Certificate and an Early Childhood Education (ZA) or Early Childhood-General and Special Education (ZS) Endorsement, or a Bachelor Degree in Early Childhood Education.  The applicant should have knowledge of the HighScope Curriculum.  If you believe you are qualified for this position, please e-mail your resume to Nanci Canine at ncanine@sfmb.net

4) A School for the Mind and Body is looking for an applicant for the assistant teacher position in our GSRP.  The applicant must have an associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development, or a valid classroom CDA credential, or working towards a degree in Early Childhood.  The applicant should have knowledge of the HighScope Curriculum.  If you believe you are qualified for this position, please e-mail your resume to Nanci Canine at ncanine@sfmb.net

Contact:

A School for the Mind and Body 936 S. Baldwin Road, Suite 101 Clarkston, MI 48348

248-814-7100

 

Pre-K Assistants & Lead Assistants, Northville Public Schools, Northville, MI

Looking for a rewarding position working with young children?
Interested in working in a high quality, NAEYC-accredited program?
Looking for a position that will support your professional growth
 and has potential for advancement?
 
Northville Public Schools Early Childhood Education and Extended Day Programs are expanding and looking for qualified candidates to work in our Early Childhood Pre-K programs.
 
We’re accepting applications for Pre-K Assistants and Lead Assistants.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:  1. Child Development Associates (CDA) degree or equivalent required.  Some flexibility for possible candidates enrolled in a program working toward this requirement.
 
COMPETITIVE STARTING PAY RATE:  
Assistants:            $10.50 Step 1
Lead Assistants:       $12.24 Step 1
 
BENEFITS FOR FULL-TIME STAFF INCLUDE:
  • Paid Sick & Vacation Time
  • Single Person Medical Coverage
  • Tuition Reimbursement

 
SCHOOL YEAR HOURS:  Varies between 7:00 am. – 6:00 p.m., Monday – Friday.

Full job description here.

 
Please send resume to sawickjo@northvilleschools.org if interested.  Thank you.

 

Early Childhood Administrator, Kalamazoo RESA, Kalamazoo, MI

Responsibilities: Lead, manage and develop highly effective and innovative early childhood development programs for children of Kalamazoo County. Work positively with early childhood programs, the nin local school districts, higher education, community organizations and the relevant community initiatives in a collaborative manner. Determine current and future early chilhood program direction, needs, and opportunities for young children preparing them from birth to 3rd grade for succcess in their education. Through a passion for early childhood education, a strong work ethic, a comprehensive understanding of early childhood developmental challengers, and an ability to collaborate, the administrator will drive measurable improvements in birth to 3rd grade outcomes for children in Kalamazoo county.

Full job description here.

 

Full-Day Pre-K Assistant, Northville Public Schools, Northville, MI

The position involves working directly with preschool-age children in a NAEYC Accredited
program. The Assistant is responsible for assisting the Head Teacher with planning and instruction and making learning visible to families.

Full job description here.

 

Zebra and Dolphin Assistant Teaching Posiiton, Eastminster Child Development Center, East Lansing, MI

Eastminster is hiring a full time assistant teacher in our preschool ll (4-5 years old) and preschool l (2.5-4) classrooms. Applicants much possess a CDA or higher in child development or a related field with at least one year of experience in an early learning center. Applicant must be warm, positive, have good communication skills, and foster a safe environment where children can grow physically, emotionally, socially, and intellectually.

Full job description here.

 

GSRP Lead & Associate Teacher, Child Care Team Member, ABC Academy, Jackson, MI

GSRP Lead & Associate Teacher: The candidate must have a valid Michigan teaching certificate and an Early Childhood Education (ZA) or Early Childhood - General and Special Education (ZS) endorsement or a bachelor's degree in early childhood education or child development with a specialization in preschool teaching.

Full job description here.

Child Care Team Member: Are you a positive, glass is half full kind of person? We only want to hire someone who is motivated, loves interacting with children, and wants to make a difference. We are a
progressive company providing the latest and greatest in our industry. We offer a fun, positive, supportive environment for our employees. We are dedicated to customer service and providing a high-quality program. If this matches your values and you would ike to work for the agency voted as Best Preschool in Jackson, apply today. We are seeking both program team leaders and classroom teaching staff team members.

Full job description here.

 

Posted 8/7/17

Full Time Lead Caregiver (Infants), Full Time Lead Teacher (Ages 3.5-5), Full Time Lead Caregiver (Toddler), Future Scholars Childcare, Mount Clemens, MI

Full Time Lead Caregiver (Infants): Plan and implement activities that promote the social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth of infants. Responsible for the care, hygiene, learning, and developmental activities, specialized programs, and redirection of infants. Communications directly with parents. Maintains classroom records, cleanliness, and orderliness.

Full job description here.

Full Time Lead Teacher (Ages 3.5-5): Plan and implement activities that promote the social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth of children. Responsible for the care, hygiene, learnign, and developmental activities, specialized programs, and redirection of children. Communicates directly with parents. Maintains classroom records, cleanliness, and orderliness.

Full job description here.

Full Time Lead Caregiver (Toddler): Plan and implement activities that promote the social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth of toddlers. Responsible for the care, hygiene, learning, and developmental activities, specialized programs, and redirection of toddlers. Communicates directly with parents. Maintains classroom records, cleanliness, and orderliness.

Full job description here.

 

 

Infant Room Teacher Assistant, Spartan Child Development Center, East Lansing, MI

The Teacher Assistant is assigned to work in an infant classroom (children 2 weeks-12 months) and is responsible for supporting the lead teacher in the implementation of the center curriculum and children’s program. This is a part-time position, working 35 hours per week.
Teacher Assistants are under the direct supervision of the Lead Teacher and assigned to a specific classroom. It is expected that all employees will maintain professional attitude and exhibit a commitment to the field of early childhood.

Full job description here.

 

Posted 7/28/17

Early Childhood Education Supervisor, Oakland Family Services, Walled Lake, MI

The Early Childhood Education Supervisor is responsible for the daily management of the Children's Learning Center and Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) located at either the Walled Lake or Pontiac location. The Early Childhood Education Supervisor is responsible for implementing and supervising of the all program components, including (but not limited to): childcare services, preschool programming, volunteer participation and professional development. The Early Childhood Education Supervisor reports to the Director of Early Childhood Services.

Full job description here.

 

Lead Teacher, Heart of the Shepherd Child Development Center, Howell, MI

Must have previous teaching experience in an Early Childhood/Child Development center, working with children 2.5-5 years. Must recognize the benefits of play-based philosophy and have experience in an open- ended, process-based learning environment. Prefer candidate to have a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood/Child Development or a related field but may be working toward a degree from an accredited institution of higher education.

Full job description here.

 

Part-time Assistant Teacher, First Presbyterian Hand-in-Hand Early Learning Center, Birmingham, MI

Job Summary:  Seeking a qualified adult over the age of 18 to assist in a three year old classroom two days a week from 8:45am-12:15pm starting in September with training in August.  Substitute and extended day hours are a potential in addition to the morning hours.   This individual would work under the direction of the classroom lead teacher and center director.  They would be responsible in assisting with the daily operation of the classroom, teaching and caring of the children.  

Please contact us at Handinhand@everybodyschurch.org or 248-644-2040 ext. 124 for more specific job and application details and requirements. 

 

Posted 7/21/17

School Director (Early Childhood Center), Early Head Start Manager, Early Childhood Specialist (Head Start), Lead Teacher (Head Start), Early Intervention Development Specialist (Head Start):

Genessee Intermediate School District, Flint, MI

School Director (Early Childhood Center):

The School Director – Early Childhood Center is responsible for the day-to-day management of the center, a highly visible program that is host to a large variety of visitors. The School Director is also responsible for the effective implementation of relations-based, family-centered services, providing leadership to center staff and complying with the Head Start Performance Standards and state and local regulatory guidelines. The School Director ensures the implementation of comprehensive services at the site including early childhood education and care for children ages birth to five, family support, health, nutrition, mental health, and social services. The School Director oversees a staff of more than sixty (60) including support, education, and family support staff.

Full job description here.

Early Head Start Manager

The Early Head Start Manager is responsible for the planning, implementation, and oversight of the Early Head Start program. The Manager will ensure that all Early Head Start Performance Standards, licensing regulations, and district policies and procedures are followed. The Early Head Start Manager will be responsible for implementing high quality services to infants and toddlers and their families, and will coordinate the program operations of the Early Head Start program.

Full job description here.

Early Childhood Specialist (Head Start)

The Early Childhood Specialist (ECS) – Head Start Program is responsible for assessing, planning, and coaching of a developmentally appropriate early childhood program, and meeting the social, emotional, intellectual and physical needs of young children in the Head Start Program. The ECS is responsible for a group of up to 15 classrooms to provide ongoing support for improvement in teaching and student performance. ECS will work as a collaborative team guided by the Head Start Management Team.

Full job description here.

Lead Teacher (Head Start)

The Lead Teacher – Head Start Program is responsible for the planning, supervision and implementation of a developmentally appropriate early childhood program, and meeting the social, emotional, intellectual and physical needs of young children in the Head Start Program.

Full job description here.

Early Intervention Development Specialist (Head Start)

The Early Intervention Development Specialist-Head Start serves as part of a team working to meet the developmental needs of children through a multi-tiered system of supports. The Early Intervention Teacher uses a coaching model to share, with parents/caregivers/educational team members, strategies to help children develop and be successful in their home and school environment.

Full job description here.

 

Lead & Assitant Teachers/Caregivers (multiple positions), Howell Early Learning Center, Howell, MI

The Howell Early Learning Center is looking for  lead and assistant teachers/caregivers for children 0-12 years. Must be 18 years of age.


All staff shall be of responsible character and suitable to meet the needs of children


Lead and assistant teachers are responsible for daily lesson planning, keeping the classroom neat and organized, and caring for the day to day needs of the children in the classroom. The lead teacher is also responsible for the supervision and training of the assistant teachers.


Teachers will be responsible for:

- Planning and implementing developmentally appropriate activities

- Acquiring 24 hours of annual professional development

- Making sure children are safe and cared for at all times

- Following licensing rules and regulations

- Assisting children with daily activities such as bathroom/diapering needs, meal times, rest times, and daily lesson plans. 

Contact Emily at howellearlylearningcenter@gmail.com

 

Posted 7/14/17

Early Childhood Education Specialist, Oakland Family Services, Pontiac, MI

Position Responsibilities
The Early Childhood Education Specialist provides program and staff continuous quality improvement and support through the completion of the Program Quality Assessment (PQA), observations and feedback. The Early Childhood Education Specialist will conduct the PQA as required by the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) and the Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) for GSRP classrooms. The Early Childhood Education Specialist will be responsible for sharing the information from observations and assessments with program administrators, staff and parents during a variety of meetings. The Early Childhood Education Specialist along with the GSRP teachers, program administrator and parents will create quality improvement goals. This position reports to the Director of Early Childhood Services.

Full position here.

 

Assistant Teacher, Christ Church of Cranbrook, Bloomfield Hills, MI

Job Summary:  Responsible for assisting the Lead Teacher in the daily management of the classroom by guiding each child in their spiritual, emotional, social, academic and physical growth so each child receives a solid educational foundation aligned with High Scope’s Key Developmental Indicators (KDI’s) ,  and the curriculum created by the Little Lambs Educational Committee .  Must also believe in and follow the philosophy and goals of Little Lambs while adhering to all State of Michigan licensing regulations and Little Lambs staff handbook policies.

Assistant Teachers designated as a Building Support Assistant Teachers are responsible for assisting and supporting all classrooms to ensure a well run program responsive to the children’s needs.  Administrative duties may also be assigned by the Assistant Director and/or Director.  The Building Support Teacher must have strong knowledge of early childhood development, be a team player, be flexible, have the willingness to care for each age level when needed and assume temporary responsibilities of a teacher in their absence.  Assisting with meal preparation, clean-up and laundry duties is also necessary.   Must also believe in and follow the philosophy and goals of Little Lambs while adhering to all State of Michigan licensing regulations and Little Lambs staff handbook policies.

Full job position here.

 

 

Preschool Teacher/Child Development Specialist, Michigan State University Child Development Laboratory (CDL), Haslett, MI

Position Summary

Seeking one (1) qualified candidate as a preschool teacher/child development specialist to work with children at the Michigan State University Child Development Laboratory (CDL) within the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. 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.

Minimum of three 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.

Required Degree

Masters -Child Development or Early Childhood

Minimum Requirements

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. Minimum of three years successful teaching experience as a lead teacher with preschool aged children. Experience working with children with special needs in an inclusive setting.

Desired Qualifications

Experience with linguistically and culturally diverse families is desired.

Required Application Materials

  • Letter of interest
  • Teaching Philosophy
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Cover Letter

Special Instructions

Letter of interest, Teaching Philosophy, Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter required. Review of applications will begin on July 5, 2017 and continue until the position is filled.

Summary of Physical Demands

Lifting 1-2 hours a day from floor and waist 42", max weight 50 lbs.

Summary of Health Risks

Exposures to human blood, serum, tissue and other body fluids; and materials covered under Universal Precautions.


Applications close: Until Filled

Contact Person: Laurie Linscott- linscott@msu.edu

Click here to apply: http://careers.msu.edu/cw/en-us/job/496278/specialist-teacherfixed-termhttp://careers.msu.edu/cw/en-us/job/496278/specialist-teacherfixed-term 

 

Early and School Food Academic Specialist, Michigan State University Center for Regional Food Systems, East Lansing, MI

The Michigan State University (MSU) Center for Regional Food Systems (CRFS) is seeking an annual full-time Academic Specialist to lead efforts promoting good food access and awareness in early child care and education environments (ECE) and K-12 schools. The Academic Specialist will be responsible for creating and implementing the roadmap for CRFS’ outreach and research efforts in this arena at both the national level and in Michigan, identifying and responding to gaps in engagement, knowledge and practice through:
 
-                 Cultivation of collaborations and partner networks;
-                 Leadership of survey research and other data collection and analysis;
-                 Provision of training and technical assistance; and
-                 Development and dissemination of resources, materials and presentations.
 
This is an exciting opportunity for a self-motivated, resourceful and committed candidate to bring creative vision to an existing foundation of relationships and learnings to accelerate, shape and support farm to school and ECE efforts.
 

Full posting at http://careers.msu.edu - look for job posting #446354 under faculty/academic staff.

 

Status: This is a full-time, annual year, temporary position. Initial appointment will be for one year with reappointment contingent upon funding and performance.
 
Available:  August 1, 2017 or until a suitable candidate is identified.
 
Application Deadline: July 21, 2017 or until a suitable candidate is identified.
 
 
Application Procedure:
 
You must apply online to MSU Human Resources:
 
Go to http://careers.msu.edu look for job posting #446354 under faculty/academic staff.
 
A cover letter describing your interest in and qualifications for the position, and an updated curriculum Vita or resume needs to be submitted as a part of the application process.
 
If you have questions about the position or search process, you may contact: Rich Pirog, rspirog@msu.edu.
 
Please do not send application materials directly to Rich Pirog.

 

 

GSRP Lead and Associate Teacher (2 positions), St. John Preschools, Davison, MI

GSRP Lead Teacher, St. John Preschools, Davison MI

St. John Preschools has an exciting opportunity in our preschool program for a Lead Teacher in the GSRP classroom.  Join our team of talented professionals who inspire students through developmentally appropriate learning.  This is a part-time, 4 days per week position, leading to full-time.

Qualifications:
  • Lead teacher must have a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education and 2 years of experience in a licensed childcare facility
  • Prepare course objectives and curriculum for developmentally appropriate daily routines in accordance with GSRP guidelines and the High-Scope Curriculum
  • Willing to complete/update professional developmental hours and to adhere with licensing requirements
  • Must also have good physical mobility including ability to find and direct and move children in case of an emergency
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds
  • Employee must be able to stand consecutively for 3-1/2 hours per part-day class session
  • Employee must be able to ambulate between sitting on the floor, standing, and chair sitting
  • Employee must be able to bend and stoop to child level and lift for urgent and emergency situations.  Employee must be able to bend and stoop to address child concerns a minimum (for example: tying shoes for child safety)
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Please email resumes to stjohnpreschools@yahoo.com.  Resumes will be accepted until August 7, 2017.

GSRP Associate Teacher, St. John Preschools, Davison MI
St. John Preschools has an exciting opportunity in our preschool program for an Associate Teacher in the GSRP classroom.  Join our team of talented professionals who inspire students through developmentally appropriate learning.  This is a part-time, 4 days per week position, leading to full-time.

Qualifications:
  • Associate teacher must have an Associate's Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development
  • Prepare course objectives and curriculum for developmentally appropriate daily routines in accordance with GSRP guidelines and the High-Scope Curriculum
  • Willing to complete/update professional developmental hours and to adhere with licensing requirements
  • Must also have good physical mobility including ability to find and direct and move children in case of an emergency
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds
  • Employee must be able to stand consecutively for 3-1/2 hours per part-day class session
  • Employee must be able to ambulate between sitting on the floor, standing, and chair sitting
  • Employee must be able to bend and stoop to child level and lift for urgent and emergency situations.  Employee must be able to bend and stoop to address child concerns a minimum (for example, tying shoes for child safety)

Please email resumes to stjohnpreschools@yahoo.com.  Resumes will be accepted until August 7, 2017.

 

Preschool Teacher, Somerset Academy, Troy, MI

Somerset Academy in Troy is a NAEYC accredited Early Childhood School.

We are in search of an additional preschool teacher to join our professional teaching team beginning in late August.  Position hours are Monday-Friday from 8:30 to 1:00, with some additional evening and full-day commitments.

Responsibilities include:

  • Assessing and developing goals for young children
  • Collaborating with team members 
  • Planning and executing developmentally appropriate activities
  • Preparing for and conducting parent/teacher conferences
  • Obtaining 24 hours of annual professional development

Applicants must have at least a bachelors degree in Early Childhood or a related field as well as recent classroom experience. Please send email your resume and cover letter to the school director, Kirsten Charnesky: somersetacademytroy@gmail.com

More details about our school can be found on our website: www.somersetacademy.org

 

Pre-K Assistants, Lead Assistants (various times and positions), Northville Public Schools, Northville, MI

Northville Public Schools Early Childhood Education and Extended Day Programs is HIRING for the 2017-18 school year.

**Note: closing date is not relevant. These positions are still open!** 

Full-Day Pre-K Lead Assistant - 10am-6pm - Job Posting #8698
Full-Day Pre-K Assistant - 10am-6pm - Job Posting #8699
Full-Day Pre-K Assistant - 12pm-6pm - Job Posting #8700
Full-Day Pre-K Assistant - 8:15am-5pm - Job Posting 8701
Half-Day Pre-K 3's and Pre-K PLUS 4's - 8:45-1:15 MWF, 8:45am-Noon TTH - Job Posting #8702
Full-Day Pre-K Assistant - 12:45-3:30pm - Job Posting #8703

If you are interested, please send a Letter of Intent to Joanne Sawick sawickjo@northvilleschools.org, indicating which job posting(s) are of interest to you.

Posting can be found on the Wayne RESA Employment website here to complete an application.

 

Kids' Club Assistant & Lead Assistant (2 positions), Northville Public Schools, Northville, MI

Kids' Club Lead Assistant:

The Lead Assistant is responsible for assisting the Head Teacher with planning and instruction.
The floater position involves assisting in Extended Day classrooms when staff are absent or additional support is needed. Classroom assignments will vary daily so flexibility is important. The schedule is 7:00-9:00 a.m. and/or 3:00-6:00 p.m.

Full position here.

Kid's Club Assistant:

The position involves working directly with elementary school-age children in a structured before and after school setting reporting to the classroom Head Teacher.

Full position here.

 

Posted 6/16/17

Lead Infant Teacher, Treasured Friends Daycare, Richmond, MI

Job Description:

Classroom Assistants for 3-year-old class and 4/5-year-old class 

- Follow the lead of classroom teacher 

- Attend monthly Staff Meetings 

- Engage playfully and purposefully with students 

- Willingness to learn the unique strategies The Learning Center provides to students 

- Aspire to become Lead Teacher 

- Energetic, playful and team player

 

Classroom Substitutes 

- Follow the lead of classroom caregiver that is present 

- Engage with students in a play based manner

Full job description here.

Please send your resume with a cover letter to Marsha Mitnick marsha@shirshalom.org

 

 

Lead Infant Teacher, Treasured Friends Daycare, Richmond, MI

We are looking for an energetic and experienced lead infant teacher to work with our children. The candidate should be comfortable dealing with children between the ages of 10 to 18 months. We are looking for someone who can contribute ideas and be part of the entire program at Treasured Friends Daycare. 

Treasured Friends Daycare offers a great work environment and flexibility in scheduling. This position is for 30-40 hours a week. We are looking for this teacher to be able to learn quickly and step into a role in our classroom. The candidate must be 19 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED.  Candidate needs to have the ability to meet state requirements for education and experience.  One of the following is required: (1) Associate’s degree or higher in early childhood education or child development (2) Valid child development associate credential with 480 hours (3) High school diploma/ GED with 12 semester hours with 960 hours of working with children (4) High school diploma/ GED with A combination of: 12 semester hours and/or 18 CEUs to equal 180 clock hours with 1,920 hours of working with children (5) High school diploma/ GED with A combination of: 6 semester hours and/or 9 CEUs to equal 90 clock hours of training through childcare classes.


Job Purpose: 
Nurtures children by developing and providing educational programs; keeping parents informed. 

Duties: 
Stimulates emotional, intellectual, and social growth of children by developing and directing educational programs and activities tailored to assigned class. 
* Provides safe environment by maintaining orderly, clean, and appealing facilities; removing known safety hazards. 
* Encourages children's participation by providing interactive activities. 
* Informs staff and parents of curriculum by preparing and submitting lesson plans; posting schedules and curriculum outlines. 
* Keeps parents informed by posting parent information in the classroom; maintaining and sharing records of child's progress, attendance, and behavior. 
* Encourages development of children's self-control by utilizing classroom management and modeling techniques. 
* Encourages consistency of service by maintaining communications with parents and staff. 
* Protects families by keeping personal information confidential. 
* Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; online training
* Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. 

Please send resume to richmondchildcare@yahoo.com

Attention: Stacey Kramer

 

 

 

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