Job Postings

Updated 8/3/2020

Early Childhood Education Center Principal, Detroit, MI

Contact People: Cyd Kinney & Matthew Jannings

Job Location:

Starfish Family Services
Detroit, MI

Job Title: Early Childhood Education Center Principal

Job Description:

The Early Childhood Principal is a steward of the campus and ECE center vision, responsible for ensuring the ECE Center provides exemplary early childhood education and care for students, birth to kindergarten, and their families as part of the transformative Marygrove P-20 cradle-to-career campus. The Principal directs and oversees the daily operations of the center, represents the ECE Center in the community and with multiple external stakeholders, works collaboratively with the Marygrove P-20 partners to deliver an innovative and high quality educational experience for each student enrolled, and ensures an intentional and seamless transition for both student and family into kindergarten and beyond. The Principal elevates best practices and lessons learned to inform the broader early childhood field in Detroit and beyond.

More info–including qualifications, skills needed, and education required–can be found here.


Infant/Toddler Teacher, Detroit, MI

Contact Person: Choyce Harris

Job Location:

Jude Family Childcare Learning Center
9105 Van Dyke
Detroit, MI 48213

Job Title: Infant/Toddler Teacher

Job Description:

Must have one of the following:

  • An Associates in Early Childhood
  • An Associates in Child Development
  • CDA

Job Site: https://judefamilychildcare.vpweb.com/

Closing Date for Job: Nov 01, 2020


Preschool Lead Teacher, Detroit, MI

Contact Person: Choyce Harris

Job Location:

Jude Family Childcare Learning Center
9105 Van Dyke
Detroit, MI 48213

Job Title: Preschool Lead Teacher

Job Description:

Qualification:

Must meet one of the the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education, child development, or a child-related field
  • Associate’s degree or higher in early childhood education or Child Development Associate Credential (CDA)
  • CDA with 480 hours of Experience

Must have all of the following:

  • Satisfy the requirements for criminal background checks as required by local law prior to working with the students in the program.
  • Have current certification in infant, child, and adult CPR, Blood Borne Pathogens and first aid
  • Be at least 19 years of age.

Responsible for the following:

  • Oversee the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the class program and child assessment
  • Oversee care giving staff for a specific group of children and overall care and supervision of children

Job Site: www.judefamilychildcare.vpweb.com

Closing Date for Job: Nov 01, 2020


Preschool Teacher Assistant, Boyne Falls, MI

Contact Person: Mitchell Klooster

Job Location:

Boyne Falls Preschool (Boyne Falls Public School)
01662 M75 South
Boyne Falls, MI 49713

Job Title: Preschool Teacher Assistant

Job Description:

This is an assistant teaching position at Boyne Falls Preschool for the 2020-2021 school year. This is a five-star quality rated program that offers tuition-free preschool, along with tuition based early childhood education at Boyne Falls Public School. The program serves families from the Boyne Area and surrounding communities.

Job Site: http://boynefalls.org/images/PDFs/Postings/Boyne_Falls_Preschool_Assistant_Teacher_2020_Mitchell_Klooster.pdf

Closing Date for Job: Aug 7, 2020


Posted 7/27/2020

Early Head Start Teacher, Detroit, MI

Contact Person: Shontae Hightower

Job Location:

16630 Wyoming
Detroit, MI 48201

Job Title: Early Head Start Teacher

Job Description:

This is a professional position plans and implements a program of educational activities for infants and toddlers that encourages age appropriate growth and development in a variety of areas. The employee fulfilling this job is expected to complete assignments with a high standard of accuracy, attention to detail, and timely completion of work. This position works under the direction of the Site Manager.

Duties:

  • Responsible for ensuring that daily activities and interactions reflect the mission and goals of the program
  • Plan and implement a program of educational activities for infants and toddlers, including writing a weekly lesson plan that specifies daily schedule, and achieves specific curriculum goals as written in education component plan
  • Evaluate the accomplishments of the children on a regular basis and reports progress
  • Plan and implement an individual service plan for each child in the classroom
  • Plan and conduct at least two conferences and two home visits per child
  • Plan and implement outdoor activities that develop gross motor skills
  • Promote feelings of security and trust in infants and toddlers by being warm, supportive, and comforting, and by establishing strong and caring relationships
  • Develop curriculum activities that reflect the ethnic/multi-cultural makeup of the community
  • Maintain compliance with day-care licensing and HHS regulations
  • Assist in ensuring that all health and developmental screenings are up-to-date
  • Plan assignments and participate in the performance review of the assistant teacher
  • Ability and desire for personal and professional growth and skill development

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or Associates Degree with equivalent coursework in Early Childhood Development with a focus on infant and toddler development
  • Previous professional experience working with infants and toddlers
  • EHS/HS preferred

Salary: Commensurate with experience / $15.30 /hour

Job Type: Full-time

Experience:  Infant/Toddler: 1 year (Preferred)

Education: CDA or higher (Required) Work

Work Location: One location

Benefits:

  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Paid time off

Schedule: Monday to Friday

Job Site: www.cotsdetroit.org

Closing Date for Job: Aug 15, 2020


Caregiver/Teacher Assistant, Davison, MI

Contact Person: Tracie Crum

Job Location

8488 Davison Rd
Davison, MI 48423

Job Title: Caregiver/Teacher Assistant

Job Description:

Part-time
Call (810) 653-1308
clc.dmc@nullgmail.com

We are a Christian childcare/preschool center affiliated with Davison Missionary Church. Our center uses Creative Curriculum and we believe in aiding in the development of the whole child.

Caregiver’s are responsible for assisting the Lead Teacher in operating the center in a safe and fun way while contributing to children’s growth and development.

Qualifications:

  • High School graduate and 18 years of age
  • Physically able to lift 25 lbs or more and able to participate in activities on the floor.
  • Must relate well with and have a passion for working with children.
  • Enjoy reading, signing, nursery rhymes, flannel graph stories as well as other lesson plan activities
  • Willing to complete 16 hours of professional development in early childhood education annually
  • Complete CPR, 1st aid and Blood Bourne Pathogens class
  • Complete training in shaken baby syndrome and sudden infant death
  • Must have current TB test
  • Obtain fingerprint and background check
  • Be flexible with the work schedule

Duties:

  • Supervise, instruct and follow lesson plan in classroom for each age group
  • Abide by State of MI Licensing rules for Childcare Centers.
  • Abide by Creative Learning Center’s policies and procedures
  • Maintain professional confidentiality in all matters regarding CLC
  • Demonstrate knowledge of child growth and development
  • Communicate well with parents and staff
  • Provide a faith based environment for children
  • Be flexible, patient and able to meet emotional, mental and physical needs of children

Specific Duties:

  • Provide nurturing support and an inclusive approach to all children
  • Assist in lesson planning and implementing large and small group activities
  • Being accountable and responsible for all children in your care at all times
  • Work cooperatively with staff, director, and assistant director in a team approach
  • Communicate well with parents and keep them informed
  • Maintain a safe and clean environment
  • Ensure a developmentally appropriate environment
  • Respond to emergency situations
  • Be self-motivated and assume equal share in housekeeping responsibilities, keeping an organized learning environment
  • Assist with ASQ, portfolios and consistent monitoring of children
  • Be responsible for following the daily routine, activities, lesson plan and schedule
  • Able to implement a lesson plan if the Lead teacher is absent for any amount of time
  • Take initiative in planning and researching resources for needed program skills
  • Must be self-motivated, creative and intentional in planning fun activities during nap time, latchkey and while assisting the Lead teacher
  • Attend staff meetings and share intentional teaching ideas
  • Follow CLC policies for addressing concerns with staff members
  • Be accountable for records assigned by the director
  • Help children learn responsibilities such as, self- care, hanging up coats, back packs etc, dressing themselves, nutritional eating habits
  • Assume duties assigned by director or assistant director
  • Take notes and observations while interacting with children
  • Assist children’s personal habits such as, diapers, toilet training, resting
  • Maintain licensing standards at all times

Job Site: Contact clc.dmc@nullgmail.com

Closing Date for Job: Aug 31, 2020


Lead Teacher, Davison, MI

Contact Person: Tracie Crum

Job Location

8488 Davison Rd
Davison, MI 48423

Job Title: Lead Teacher

Job Description:

We are a Christian childcare/preschool center affiliated with Davison Missionary Church. Our center uses Creative Curriculum and we believe in aiding in the development of the whole child.

Caregiver’s are responsible for assisting the Lead Teacher in operating the center in a safe and fun way while contributing to children’s growth and development.

Qualifications:

  • Associates degree in Early Childhood Development, CDA, or 12 semester hours/18 CEU’s with 1920 hours of experience in a classroom. (with 3 semester hours/4.5 CEU’s in infant/toddler for toddler teachers).
  • High School graduate and 18 years of age
  • Physically able to lift 25 lbs or more and be able to participate in activities on the floor.
  • Must relate well with and have a passion for working with children.
  • Enjoy reading, signing, nursery rhymes, flannel graph stories as well as other lesson plan activities
  • Willing to complete 16 hours of professional development in early childhood education annually
  • Complete CPR, 1st aid and Blood Bourne Pathogens class
  • Complete training in shaken baby syndrome and sudden infant death
  • Must have current TB test
  • Obtain fingerprint and background check
  • Be flexible with the work schedule
  • Familiar with Creative Curriculum and/or able to write a developmentally appropriate lesson plan

Duties:

  • Implement a lesson plan in classroom for each age group
  • Abide by State of MI Licensing rules for Childcare Centers.
  • Abide by Creative Learning Center’s policies and procedures
  • Maintain professional confidentiality in all matters regarding CLC
  • Demonstrate knowledge of child growth and development
  • Communicate well with parents and staff
  • Provide a faith based environment for children
  • Be flexible, patient and able to meet emotional, mental and physical needs of children

Specific Duties:

  • Provide nurturing support and an inclusive approach to all children
  • Create a developmentally appropriate lesson plan with objectives weekly
  • Being accountable and responsible for all children in your care at all times
  • Work cooperatively with staff, director, and assistant director in a team approach
  • Communicate well with parents and keep them informed
  • Maintain a safe and clean environment
  • Ensure a developmentally appropriate environment
  • Respond to emergency situations
  • Be self-motivated and assume equal share in housekeeping responsibilities, keeping an organized learning environment
  • Keep up-to date ASQ, portfolios and consistent monitoring of children
  • Be responsible for following the daily routine, activities, lesson plan and schedule
  • Mentor and communicate lesson plans with assistant caregiver
  • Take initiative in planning and researching resources for needed program skills
  • Must be self-motivated, and prepared to implement activities/lesson plans
  • Implement intentional daily lessons using the child led approach in a developmentally appropriate way.
  • Implement large & small group activities
  • Use scaffold teaching for children’s learning
  • Complete daily observations of children while interacting with them
  • Complete weekly newsletters
  • Use positive redirection for discipline
  • Attend staff meetings and share intentional teaching ideas
  • Follow CLC policies for addressing concerns with staff members
  • Be accountable for records assigned by the director
  • Help children learn responsibilities such as, self- care, hanging up coats, back packs etc, dressing themselves, nutritional eating habits
  • Assume duties assigned by director or assistant director
  • Assist children’s personal habits such as, diapers, toilet training, resting
  • Play, learn and grow with our CLC children
  • Maintain licensing standards at all times

Job Site: Contact clc.dmc@nullgmail.com

Closing Date for Job: Aug 10, 2020


Manzanitas Program Director, Bilingual – Spanish, Ann Arbor, MI

Contact Person: Etta Heisler

Job Location

2626 Packard St
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Job Title: Manzanitas Program Director, Bilingual – Spanish

Job Description:

Reports To: Apple Playschools’ Executive Director
Supervises: Assistant Director and all teaching staff

Schedule:

This position averages 40-45 hours per week and requires occasional weekends and evenings for staff meetings, events, etc. Flexible scheduling can be accommodated when appropriate, though this position is required to be on site 6 hours/day when the program is in session.

Compensation and Benefits

  • Discounted tuition for staff children (50% discount)
  • Generous paid time off after 90 days
  • Health & dental care stipend of $150/ month
  • Paid guidance resources (psychological and financial)
  • IRA match up to 3% for full-time employees
  • Paid time for professional development through our orientation and in-service days
  • Respectful and responsive leadership
  • Feminist business practices

Role Responsibilities

The Program Director holds the responsibility for these roles listed in order of importance:

Teacher Coach & Manager – Oversees and provides daily direct support of teaching staff to uphold quality standards of AP mission; develops, trains, and manages staff in accordance with best practices of human resources.

Financial Manager – Create, implement, and adjust annual site budget to meet the financial goals of the organization, communicate, and report regularly and clearly, allocate resources wisely, contribute feedback.

License and Compliance Manager– Oversees all site and program-related licensing and accreditation policies, procedures, and processes to ensure compliance and appropriate reporting; Oversee cleaning and maintenance of school facility

Family & Admin Liaison – Oversee communication to families and administrative team; support fundraising and friend-raising efforts and events, advocate for children and staff.
The successful candidate will be able to satisfactorily execute all duties in both English and Spanish.

Sample of tasks and duties

  • Teacher Coach & Manager (At least 50%)
  • Work with HR to recruit, interview, select, hire and employ a full staff
  • Onboard, orient, coach, mentor, train, and develop each teacher
  • Give written feedback and evaluate teachers regularly
  • Delegate responsibility and expect accountability and regular feedback
  • Discipline teachers as needed
  • Maintain transparent communication through weekly one-on-ones, mentor and staff meetings, ad hoc, and email
  • Lead formal training as required
  • Shape site culture to align with mission and vision
  • Uphold a collaborative team environment

Financial Manager

Manage site budget

  • Plan and allocate resources to effectively staff and accomplish the work to meet departmental productivity and quality goals
  • Make business decisions that are financially responsible, accountable, justifiable, and defensible in accordance with organization policies and procedures
  • Review school financial performance compared to budget goals regularly
  • Problem solve collaboratively when goals are off track
  • Stay up to date on enrollment, tuition, payroll percentage, and budget documents

License and compliance Manager

  • Ensures all safety, health, licensing and policy rules are followed on a daily basis; coordinate with others on Great Start to Quality
  • Takes responsibility and ownership of the site
  • Uses problem-solving skills to find solutions w/ team & Executive Director
  • Communicates needs clearly and promptly to Executive Director
  • Act as a Mandated reporter
  • Serve as Facilities Manager (oversee cleaning, maintenance, etc.)
  • Oversee record keeping

Family & Admin Liaison

  • Shares site news on a regular basis
  • Communicates and coordinates staffing for various fundraising and community events
  • Communicate appropriately with the administrative team and Executive Director
  • Support teachers and families in coordination efforts for children with special rights
  • Support marketing and fundraising campaigns
  • Coordination and support for site signature event
  • Support Assistant Director with enrollment activities (tours, waitlist, etc.) as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements for Qualification to hold Role

  • Meets requirements of an Early Childhood Program Director as outlined on Page 7 of Licensing Rules for Childcare Centers Effective 12/18/2019
  • 21+ years of age
  • Bilingual-English & Spanish in both writing and spoken communication
  • 3+ years of teaching experience in Early Childhood or Elementary education
  • 2+ years of management, coaching, or mentorship experience
  • Strong Financial Aptitude
  • Creative and effective problem-solver focused on equity
  • Customer/Client Focus
  • Makes sound decisions under pressure
  • Demonstrates direct and empathic leadership
  • Ethical Conduct
  • Supports a collaborative, innovative, and inclusive organizational culture
  • Able to pass background checks required by state licensing guidelines
  • Physical requirements include
  • Be able to comfortably bend, kneel, move around with young children, and lift up to 25 pounds
  • Less than 1% of time supporting care and maintenance of school and site including cleaning, yard work, moving furniture, etc.
  • Nonprofit, administrative, and education experience a plus

Salary: $39,000 – $45,000/year

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Reporta a: Director Ejecutivo de Apple Playschools

Supervisa: Director Asistente y docentes

Horario:

Esta posición tiene un promedio de 40-45 horas semanales y requiere fines de semana o noches ocasionales para reuniones de personal, eventos, etc. Un horario flexible puede ser establecido de ser apropiado aunque esta posición requiere estar en el centro al menos 6 horas diarias cuando el programa está en sesión.

Compensación y beneficios

  • Descuento del 50% en las mensualidades para hijos del personal
  • Generoso tiempo para permisos remunerados después de 90 días
  • Estipendio de salud y dental de $150/mes
  • Recursos de orientación pagados (psicológicos y financieros)
  • Plan simple de retiro con contribución del empleador del 3%
  • Tiempo pagado de desarrollo profesional
  • Liderazgo respetuoso y receptivo
  • Prácticas feministas de negocio
  • Responsabilidades de rol

El Director del Programa tiene las siguientes responsabilidades enumeradas en orden de importancia:

Entrenador y gerente de docentes – Supervisa y brinda diariamente apoyo directo al personal docente para mantener los estándares de calidad de la misión de AP; desarrolla, capacita y gestiona al personal de acuerdo a las mejores prácticas de RRHH.

Gerente financiero – Crea, implementa y ajusta el presupuesto anual del centro para cumplir con las metas financieras de la organización, se comunica e informa con regularidad y claridad, asigna los recursos de manera inteligente, contribuye con comentarios.

Gerente de Licencia y Cumplimiento – Supervisa todas las políticas, procedimientos y procesos de licencia y acreditación relacionados con el centro para garantizar el cumplimiento y reporte adecuados; Supervisa la limpieza y el mantenimiento de las instalaciones.

Enlace familiar y administrativo – Supervisa la comunicación con las familias y el equipo administrativo; Apoya los esfuerzos de recaudación de fondos y eventos, aboga por los niños y el personal.
El candidato seleccionado podrá ejecutar satisfactoriamente todas las tareas tanto en inglés como en español.

Muestra de tareas y deberes

  • Maestro, Entrenador y Gerente (Al menos 50%)
  • Trabaja con RRHH para reclutar, entrevistar, seleccionar, contratar y emplear personal
  • Incorpora, orienta, entrena, capacita y desarrolla a cada docente
  • Proporciona comentarios por escrito y evalúa a los docentes regularmente
  • Delega responsabilidades, espera responsabilidad y realiza comentarios regularmente
  • Disciplina a los docentes según sea necesario
  • Mantiene una comunicación transparente a través de reuniones semanales individuales, de mentores y personal, especiales y por correo electrónico
  • Dirige capacitación formal según sea necesario.
  • Da forma a la cultura del programa para alinearla con su misión y visión
  • Mantiene un ambiente de equipo colaborativo

Gerente Financiero

Administra el presupuesto del programa

  • Planifica y asigna recursos para que el personal eficazmente realice el trabajo y cumpla con los objetivos de productividad y calidad departamentales.
  • Toma decisiones de negocio financieramente responsables, justificables y defendibles de acuerdo con las políticas y procedimientos de la organización
  • Revisa regularmente el desempeño financiero del programa en comparación con las metas presupuestarias
  • Resuelve problemas de forma colaborativa cuando las metas están fuera de curso.
  • Se mantiene actualizado sobre la inscripción, matrícula, porcentaje de nómina y documentos presupuestarios

Gerente de Licencias y Cumplimiento

  • Asegura que todas las reglas de seguridad, salud, licencia y políticas se cumplen diariamente; coordina con otros sobre Great Start to Quality
  • Asume la responsabilidad y propiedad del centro
  • Utiliza habilidades de resolución de problemas para encontrar soluciones con el equipo y el Director Ejecutivo
  • Comunica las necesidades clara y rápidamente al Director Ejecutivo
  • Actúa como reportero obligatorio
  • Sirve de Gerente de Instalaciones (supervisa la limpieza, mantenimiento, etc.)
  • Supervisa el mantenimiento de registros

Enlace Familiar y Administrativo

  • Comparte las noticias del centro de forma regular
  • Comunica y coordina el personal para diversos eventos comunitarios y de recaudación de fondos.
  • Se comunica adecuadamente con el equipo administrativo y el Director Ejecutivo.
  • Apoyar a los maestros y las familias en los esfuerzos de coordinación para niños con derechos especiales.
  • Apoyar campañas de marketing y recaudación de fondos
  • Coordina y soporta eventos principales
  • Asiste al Director Asistente con actividades de inscripción (recorridos, lista de espera, etc.) según sea necesario
  • Otras tareas asignadas

Requisitos para llevar a cabo este rol:

  • Cumpla con los requisitos de Director de Programa de Primera Infancia, establecidos en la página 7 de las Reglas de Licencia para Centros de Cuidado Infantil vigentes a partir del 18/12/2019
  • 21+ años de edad
  • Bilingüe- inglés & español, oral y escrita
  • 3 años mínimos de experiencia docente en educación infantil o primaria
  • Mínimo 2 años de experiencia en gestión, entrenamiento o tutoría
  • Fuerte aptitud financiera
  • Creativo y efectivo solucionador de problemas, enfocado en equidad
  • Orientado al cliente
  • Capaz de tomar decisiones acertadas bajo presión
  • Demuestra liderazgo directo y empático
  • Conducta ética
  • Apoya un ambiente organizacional colaborativo, innovador e inclusivo
  • Capaz de aprobar el chequeo de antecedentes requerido de acuerdo a las pautas de licencia estatales
  • Ciertos requisitos físicos son requeridos e incluyen:
  • Poder doblarse, arrodillarse, moverse con niños pequeños y levantar pesas de hasta 25 libras.
  • Menos del 1% del tiempo dedicado al cuidado y mantenimiento del centro, lo que incluye la limpieza, el trabajo de jardinería, traslado de muebles, etc.
  • Experiencia en organizaciones sin fines de lucro, administrativa y educativa es deseable.

Salario: $39,000 – $45,000/año

Job Site: https://www.appleplayschools.org/manzanitas-program-director-job-description.html

Closing Date for Job: Oct 1, 2020


Posted 6/15/2020

Assistant Teacher, East Lansing, MI

Contact Person: Phillip Baumgarner

Job Location

325 W. Grand River Ave.
East Lansing, MI 48823

Job Title: Assistant Teacher

Job Description:

The Child Development Laboratories at Michigan State University is looking to hire for a 9 month position, 40 hours a week.

Requirements include:

  • BA degree in Child Development or Early Childhood Education.
  • Meet State and Federal Legal criteria.
  • Must be punctual and maintain good attendance.
  • Form and maintain professional working relationships with colleagues.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Assisting lead teacher with lesson planning, participation with children, assessment, participating in small and large group activities.
  • Maintaining a safe classroom environment.

To apply, email your resumes to Phillip Baumgarner at baumgarn@nullmsu.edu

Job Site: cdl@nullmsu.edu

Closing Date for Job: Jul 22, 2020


4-year-old Team Teacher – 5 mornings, Bloomfield Hills, MI

Contact Person: Pauline Jackson

Job Location

Kirk in the Hills Preschool
1340 W. Long Lake Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

Job Title: 4-year-old Team Teacher – 5 mornings

Job Description:

Kirk in the Hills Preschool, a high quality, developmentally appropriate Christian preschool is looking for nurturing, enthusiastic team player to join our professional teaching staff. We offer a beautiful work setting, excellent on-site teacher resources, a low teacher/child ratio, and a competitive salary.

The school, located in Bloomfield Hills, has an opening for a 5 morning 4-year-old teacher. Experience teaching young children and a degree in early childhood education, child development or a related field is preferred.

Please send your resume and a cover letter to Pauline Jackson, Preschool Director (pjackson@nullkirkinthehills.org).

Job Site: N/A

Closing Date for Job: Jul 31, 2020


GSRP Lead Teacher, Elsie, MI

Contact Person: Darlys Cowan

Job Location

215 Tyler Dr
Elsie, MI 48831

Job Title: GSRP Lead Teacher, Kids Early Education Zone located in E. E. K Night Elementary

Job Description:

Responsibilities:
To deliver a research-based high-quality, early education curriculum to prekindergarten students while meeting their individual learning needs through developmentally appropriate practices and a strong home-school partnership.

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

Job Site: Keezpreschool.com

Closing Date for Job: Jul 31, 2020


Posted 6/8/2020

GSRP Lead Teacher, Bath, MI

Contact Person: Darlys Cowan

Job Location

13789 Webster Rd
Bath, MI 48808

Job Title: GSRP Lead Teacher, Kids Early Education Zone located in Bath Elementary

Job Description:

Responsibilities:
To deliver a research-based high-quality, early education curriculum to prekindergarten students while meeting their individual learning needs through developmentally appropriate practices and a strong home-school partnership.

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

Job Site: Keezpreschool.com

Closing Date for Job: Jul 31, 2020


Posted 5/11/2020

Lead Young Toddler Teacher, Oak Park, MI

Contact Person: Katis Fotiu

Job Location

14700 W. Lincoln
Oak Park, MI 48237

Job Title: Lead Young Toddler Teacher

Job Description:

Berkley Building Blocks
Non-Exempt Position

Location:
Berkley Building Blocks
14700 W. Lincoln Ave.
Oak Park, MI 48237

Salary:
Hourly – Based on Credentials and/or Experience.
Pay range: $15.94-$20.03

Job Goal:
The teacher is responsible for planning and implementing all day-to-day activities and caring for the academic and social growth of children in their young toddler classroom.

Qualifications:

  • Year-round availability, 7:00-3:00 Monday through Friday.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Early Childhood Education or Child Development.
  • Experience as a lead teacher preferred.
  • Meet the requirements set forth by the Licensing Agency.
  • Documentation of a physical examination including a TB Test is mandatory within 30 days of start date, and thereafter, as required.
  • Two sets of fingerprints and Central Registry Clearance verification must be completed prior to start date.
  • CPR and First Aid Certification is required within 60 days of start date and renewed every year.
  • Experience with HighScope curriculum preferred.

Job Requirements:

  • Create a warm and welcoming environment for children and families.
  • Exhibit strong classroom management.
  • Facilitate the free play of children indoors and outdoors.
  • Implement daily activities and lesson plans using the HighScope Curriculum, and post lessons for parents to view each day.
  • Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds or more at all times.
  • Prepare the learning environment, caregiving routines, and preparing needed materials and supplies daily.
  • Monitoring the quantity, quality, appearance, maintenance and storage of all supplies and equipment needed for the program.
  • Establish and maintain a positive relationship with all co-workers and parents.
  • Adhere to all licensing and accreditation regulations.
  • Follow all safety, bloodborne, shaken baby and child abuse prevention guidelines.
  • Continue professional development through community involvement, professional reading, workshops and seminars or formal education.
  • Conduct monthly classroom meetings with staff.
  • Communicate with other staff on a regular basis regarding the care of the children.
  • Exhibit excellent attendance.
  • Attend Building Blocks family events.
  • Attend lead teacher meetings as well as PLT meetings.
  • Prepare portfolios and communicate with families during Parent-Teacher Conference 3 times a year.
  • Educate and train all the caregivers.
  • Create monthly newsletters for parents and respond to parents via email and phone.

Job Type: Full-time

Job Site: kathleen.fotiu@nullberkleyschools.org

Closing Date for Job: Aug 1, 2020


Lead Older Toddler Teacher, Oak Park, MI

Contact Person: Katis Fotiu

Job Location

14700 W. Lincoln
Oak Park, MI 48237

Job Title: Lead Older Toddler Teacher

Job Description:

Berkley Building Blocks
Non-Exempt Position

Location:
Berkley Building Blocks
14700 W. Lincoln Ave.
Oak Park, MI 48237

Salary:
Hourly – Based on Credentials and/or Experience.
Pay range: $15.94-$20.03

Job Goal:
The teacher is responsible for planning and implementing all day-to-day activities and caring for the academic and social growth of children in their older toddler classroom.

Qualifications:

  • Year-round availability, 7:00-3:00 Monday through Friday.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Early Childhood Education or Child Development.
  • Experience as a lead teacher preferred.
  • Meet the requirements set forth by the Licensing Agency.
  • Documentation of a physical examination including a TB Test is mandatory within 30 days of start date, and thereafter, as required.
  • Two sets of fingerprints and Central Registry Clearance verification must be completed prior to start date.
  • CPR and First Aid Certification is required within 60 days of start date and renewed every year.
  • Experience with HighScope curriculum preferred.

Job Requirements:

  • Create a warm and welcoming environment for children and families.
  • Exhibit strong classroom management.
  • Facilitate the free play of children indoors and outdoors.
  • Implement daily activities and lesson plans using the HighScope Curriculum, and post lessons for parents to view each day.
  • Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds or more at all times.
  • Prepare the learning environment, caregiving routines, and preparing needed materials and supplies daily.
  • Monitoring the quantity, quality, appearance, maintenance and storage of all supplies and equipment needed for the program.
  • Establish and maintain a positive relationship with all co-workers and parents.
  • Adhere to all licensing and accreditation regulations.
  • Follow all safety, bloodborne, shaken baby and child abuse prevention guidelines.
  • Continue professional development through community involvement, professional reading, workshops and seminars or formal education.
  • Conduct monthly classroom meetings with staff.
  • Communicate with other staff on a regular basis regarding the care of the children.
  • Exhibit excellent attendance.
  • Attend Building Blocks family events.
  • Attend lead teacher meetings as well as PLT meetings.
  • Prepare portfolios and communicate with families during Parent-Teacher Conference 3 times a year.
  • Educate and train all the caregivers.
  • Create monthly newsletters for parents and respond to parents via email and phone.

Job Type: Full-time

Job Site: kathleen.fotiu@nullberkleyschools.org

Closing Date for Job: Aug 1, 2020


Posted 5/5/2020

GSRP Associate Teacher – Job ID 11578, Lincoln Park, MI

Contact Person: Jennifer Borg

Job Location

Lincoln Park Public Schools
1650 Champaigne Rd.
Lincoln Park, MI 48146

Job Title: GSRP Associate Teacher – Job ID 11578

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in Early Childhood Program preferred.
  • Must be a high school graduate or equivalent.
  • Associate Degree in Child Development and/or CDA already obtained – Preferred
  • Completion of Early Childhood Development college course hours (at least 3) for compliance plan.
  • Must meet State and Federal Legal Requirements.
  • Must be punctual and maintain good attendance.
  • Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board of Education and/or Superintendent may find appropriate and acceptable.

Duties:

  • Assisting teacher with assessments, lesson planning, and participating in a classroom of 3-5 year old children.
  • Assist Lead Teacher with small and large groups of children.
  • Participate in home visits and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Maintain strict child, family and staff confidentially.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Responsible to: The Crowley Center Director

Work Schedule: GSRP School Calendar (September – June)

Salary: According to AFSCME, Local 849 Master Agreement, GSRP Salary Schedule.

Method of Application: ALL APPLICANTS SHOULD APPLY THROUGH THE DISTRICT WEBSITE www.lincolnparkpublicschools.com or www.resa.net

Closing Date for Job: Sep 30, 2020


GSRP Lead Teacher – Job ID 12348, Lincoln Park, MI

Contact Person: Jennifer Borg

Job Location

Lincoln Park Public Schools
1650 Champaigne Rd.
Lincoln Park, MI 48146

Job Title: GSRP Lead Teacher – Job ID 12348

Qualifications:

  • Michigan Certification with a ZA or ZS Endorsement or Bachelor degree in Early Childhood or child development with a specialization in preschool teaching.
  • Must comply with NCA, State, and Federal laws and regulations.
  • Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board of Education and/or Superintendent may find appropriate and acceptable.

Desired Characteristics:

  • Dependable and reliable.
  • Knowledge of High Scope curriculum preferred but not required.
  • Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) preferred.
  • Ability to develop positive relationships with students, families and staff.

Duties:

  • Responsible for the instructional program for 4 year old children.
  • Coordinate parent and community volunteers in the classroom.
  • Home visits and conferences with families.
  • Maintain lesson plans and individual student records.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Responsible to: The GSRP Program Center Director and Early Childhood Specialist

Work Schedule: GSRP School Calendar (September to June)

Salary: According to AFSCME, Local 849 Master Agreement, GSRP Salary Schedule

Job Site: www.lincolnparkpublicschools.com
or www.resa.net

Closing Date for Job: Sep 30, 2020


Preschool Lead Teacher, Birmingham, MI

Contact Person: Laura Tinsley

Job Location

Birmingham Public Schools Early Childhood Center
2121 Midvale
Birmingham, MI 48009

Job Title: Preschool Lead Teacher

Job Description:

Come join our school family! We are looking for a loving, nurturing lead teacher to inspire 3 year olds! Work with a team of two assistant teachers in our full-day, licensed and NAEYC accredited center. This position is full time, M-F. We have school year and year round employment opportunities, to start immediately.

Minimum qualification requirement: Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood, Child Development, or Elementary Education

Single subscriber health benefits and paid leave is available after working probationary period.

Please contact Laura Tinsley, 248-203-5805, LTinsley@nullbirmingham.k12.mi.us

Job site:  www.birmingham.k12.mi.us/ecc

Closing Date for Job: Sept. 15, 2020


Assistant Teacher, Preschool, Birmingham, MI

Contact Person: Laura Tinsley

Job Location

Birmingham Public Schools Early Childhood Center
2121 Midvale
Birmingham, MI 48009

Job Title: Assistant Teacher, Preschool

Job Description:

The Birmingham Public Schools Early Childhood Center is looking for assistant teachers for preschool classrooms. Be a part of a great team and make a difference in the lives of young children! This is a full-time position, M-F, 10:00am-5:30pm.

Single subscriber benefits and paid leave time available after probationary working period.

Please contact Laura Tinsley, 248-203-5805, LTinsley@nullbirmingham.k12.mi.us

Job site:  www.birmingham.k12.mi.us/ecc

Closing Date for Job: Sept. 30, 2020


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