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Posted 6/27/16

Teacher of Early Childhood Special Education/Infant Toddler Teacher: Brookside Learning Center- Cassopolis, MI

Qualifications (one of the following):

1) Valid Teaching Certificate with an endorsement in both early childhood and special education

2) Valid Teaching Certificate with a major or minor in early childhood growth education or child growth and development and a special education endorsement with a full approval from the Department of Education

3) Valid Teaching Certificate with an endorsement with a designation of ZS (early childhood general and special education).

Application deadline: August 1, 2016

For the complete job description, click here.

 

Director of Educational Programming-Learning Care Group: Novi, MI


This Director will lead a team in the development and deployment of curriculum as well as providing professional development and support to ensure all staff in the early childhood program embrace high-quality curriculum, assessment and program evaluation practices. The ideal candidate has content development and/or editorial experience, is experienced and strategic about implementation in a large and complex organization, and ideally has some early childhood knowledge.

For the complete job description, click here.

 

 

Technical Support Specialist-Kent County Head Start: Walker, MI

Assists in the implementation and maintenance of effective technical information systems that supports program and individual departmental operations of the agency.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Technical Support
  • Inventory
  • Maintenance of Systems
  • Department Support
  • Development

For the complete job description, click here.

 

Posted 6/17/16

Toddler Teachers: Birmingham, MI

First Kids Preschool is looking for teachers for our toddler classrooms. We are located in the First United Methodist Church at 1589 W. Maple Rd. in Birmingham. Our program is in operation from 9-noon on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday during the school year.

The ideal candidate should have experience working with toddlers or young children and possess a thorough understanding of child development. Applicants must exhibit a desire to serve God through serving God’s littlest ones. Our teachers must be able to effectively and compassionately communicate with parents, children and their team members.

Job responsibilities include: ensuring the safety of children in the classroom, assisting with planning and executing opportunities to explore literature, music, art, sensory experiences, and active play, and the ability to assist toddlers as they learn to use positive methods to master control of their feelings.

To apply for this position please send a resume with cover letter to sheilas@fumcbirmingham.org

 

Posted 6/14/16

Full and Part Time Employees: West Bloomfield, MI

Temple Shir Shalom’s Preschool: The Learning Center is located at 2075 Walnut Lake Road in West Bloomfield. We provide an individualized, developmental, play based, relationship based, Jewish education for families with children zero to five years old.


We are looking for full time and part time employees. We are also looking for substitute teachers. The job requires enthusiastic, imaginative and energetic individuals capable of gaining the full potential from each child.

  • All candidates must be comfortable working collaboratively with other staff
  • Have the ability to be self-reflective and have strong communication skills
  • Possess a strong background in child development and early childhood education.
  • Enjoy the outdoors year round in order to participate in our outdoor classroom.
  • Foster the abilities a child needs to problem solve and advocate for their needs.
  • Possess the following characteristics:
    o Patience and Humor
    o Respect for Individual Learning Styles
    o Creativity and Flexibility

    o Enthusiasm and Passion for Children

Lead Teacher
Primary responsibilities:

  • Create activities that are open ended and creative that follow our curriculum.
  • Create a strong, nonjudgmental relationship with parents to enhance the parent component needed for the child’s success in learning.
  • Write and maintain anecdotal notes to share at Staff Meetings.
  • Conduct two parent teacher conferences per year.
  • The ability to work with and communicate well with an assistant.
  • Maintain professional standards of confidentiality and continuous learning.
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in early childhood education, child development, or a child-related field.

Assistants
Primary Responsibilities:

  • Follow the lead of the teacher
  • Interact and assist students in developing the skills needed to be successful in the group setting.
  • Lifting up to 40 pounds.
    Standing up to 95% of the time.
  • Assuming postures in low level positions that best allow physical and visual contact with children.
  • Maintain inventory and upkeep of both center and classroom supplies and materials.
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in early childhood education, child development, or a child-related field.

    Please send resume with cover letter to Marsha Mitnick, Director of The Learning Center at marsha@shirshalom.org
    NO phone calls please.

 

Early Childhood Director: Cassopolis, Michigan

Reports to: Superintendent

Qualifications:

  • Master's degree or higher in Early Childhood Programming
  • With a ZA/ZS Teaching Endorsement
  • Working knowledge of Great Start Collaborative
  • Demonstrated ability in the organization and supervision of early childhood programs
  • Administrative experience preferred

For the complete job description, click here.

Apply: Provide letter of interest, current resume, certificates, and transcripts to Lewis Cass ISD, Robert E. Colby, Superintendent, 61682 Dailey Road, Cassopolis, MI 49031 or rcolby@lewiscassisd.org