Job Postings

Updated 6/29/2020

Early Childhood Programmer, Highland, MI

Contact Person: Jennifer Kidd

Job Location

Apollo Center
2029 N. Milford Rd
Highland, MI 48357

Job Title: Early Childhood Programmer

Job Description:

Qualifications:

  1. Associate’s Degree or higher in Early Childhood or a related field, with a minimum of five years of experience in child care, social work, human services, education, family services, or a related field.
  2. Must meet Program Director qualifications as defined by LARA.
  3. Experience with early childhood tuition-based programming preferred.
  4. Experience and familiarity with HighScope, COR, PQA, and ASQ preferred.
  5. Ability to interpret and implement state licensing regulations, policies, and procedures.
  6. Strong ability to communicate effectively both orally and in written form.
  7. Ability to provide direction and reflective supervision to staff and facilitate personal development in the interest of achieving program goals.
  8. Ability to handle stressful and sensitive situations in a professional manner.
  9. Strong interpersonal and professional skills including but not limited to tact, punctuality and dependability.
  10. Demonstrated skills in working with a variety of family-types, personnel, and community groups.
  11. An ability to work a full-time schedule from 9:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. year-round, which may sometimes include evening events or flexing hours to attend early morning obligations.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  1. Lead tuition-based teaching staff and provide professional development opportunities that foster quality programming and positive working relationships.
  2. Provide challenging behavior interventions for children and push-in classroom support/family resources as necessary.
  3. Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities and community partners.
  4. Assist with recruiting and retaining highly qualified staff; maintain consistency with work assignments.
  5. Maintain tuition-based enrollment documentation (as set forth by licensing, MCIR, etc.); facilitate student placements and transitions.
  6. Ensure a safe environment (licensing compliance).
  7. Communicate monthly (program-wide) with tuition-based families.
  8. Work collaboratively with all early childhood programs including GSRP, Head Start, ECSE and preschool.
  9. Establish and maintain relationships and collaborations with Huron Valley School District partners and colleagues.
  10. Other duties as assigned by the Director of Early Childhood.

Method of Application:

All applicants must apply online through the Oakland Human Resources Consortium at www.hvs.org.

Job Site: www.hvs.org

Closing Date for Job: Jul 2, 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


Family Advocate I – Kalamazoo RESA, Kalamazoo, MI

Contact Person: Tara Kane

Job Location

422 E South St
Kalamazoo, MI 49007

Job Title: Family Advocate I – Kalamazoo RESA

Job Description:

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

Responsible for implementing the parent involvement, family partnership and community partnership functions for the Head Start program. Assists with recruitment and enrollment of children for the program, and then uses a Family Communication and Home Visiting Framework to support and assist a caseload of families to identify and meet goals they establish. Assists with ensuring child health requirements and other required screenings and assessments are completed within required deadlines. Supports the larger system of social services coordinated by Head Start thereby supporting the goals of the program. May involve reassignment of caseload and/or center location as deemed necessary for program operations. Other duties as assigned.

Demonstrates a combination of skills, dispositions and behaviors, some of which are related to the specific service area of this position and others that represent general expectations of all program staff. Uses knowledge of the principles of family support and case management to collaborate with related service areas and communicate with internal and external stakeholders. Provides opportunities for families to become involved and engaged with the program, and to interact with one another in parent meetings. Applies a family-centered, strength-based approach in services delivered. Will have high expectations for families and works to motivate and inspire them to increase their involvement and assume the responsibilities of their children’s education, health and overall wellbeing.

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field with two years’ experience working with economically disadvantaged families; or any comparable combination of education, training or experience. Must possess excellent listening skills, the ability to develop positive relationships with dysfunctional families and experience in utilizing community resources. Reliable transportation and a valid Michigan driver’s license required. Embraces and supports KRESA philosophies related to diversity, inclusiveness and anti-racism. Ability to interact effectively with individuals from a wide range of cultures. Ability to discuss cultural differences with colleagues and clients. Ability to assess one’s own strengths and limitations or challenges and integrate this understanding into interpersonal interactions.

Preferred Skills:
Bilingual language (Spanish) skills. Ability to select and develop appropriate methods, skills and techniques attuned to people’s cultural, multicultural or marginal experiences in their environments. Ability to effectively employ multicultural approaches in resolving problems.

Job Site: https://www.kresa.org/page/188

Closing Date for Job: Jul 3, 2020


Teacher – Full Day or Double Session, Port Huron, MI

Contact Person: Amy Burns

Job Location

Blue Water Community Action
3403 Lapeer Rd
Port Huron, ME 48060-2597

Job Title: Teacher – Full Day or Double Session

Job Description:

Blue Water Community Action

BWCA has a job opening in the Children’s Services Department for a full time Teacher.

PROGRAM: Children’s Services
SUPERVISOR: Head Start Supervisor
STATUS: Teacher, Non-Exempt

The purpose of the Teacher is to provide a safe, engaging and developmentally appropriate classroom environment and to implement the High/Scope curriculum in a manner that maximizes child outcomes. Job-related activities will occur primarily at an assigned classroom during the work week with occasional Fridays and evenings.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES – JOB SPECIFIC

  1. Daily Routine: Plan and implement a developmentally appropriate daily routine that incorporates Head Start, agency and other licensing and funder requirements using the High/Scope curriculum.
  2. Lesson Plans: Develop lesson plans that reflect the key developmental indicators and performance domains. Lesson plans and activities must have individualization strategies based on identified child needs and parent input and that includes social and emotional needs.
  3. Conferences: Plan and implement required home visits and school conferences.
  4. Safety: Ensure the highest level of well-being and safety of the children at all times.
  5. Participate: Actively participate in all activities with the children while maintaining a positive classroom environment and as a positive role model for staff, parents and children.
  6. Parents: Promote parent involvement by encouraging participation in the classroom and other program activities.
  7. Child’s Needs: Regularly observe, assess and mitigate individual children’s needs.
  8. Assessment: Observe and assess children on a daily/regular basis following required timeliness.
  9. Collaborate: Collaborate with assigned assistant and other staff on program activities and child-related issues.
  10. Supervise: Supervise assigned assistant and volunteers ensuring program requirements are followed and maintained.
  11. Other: Additional duties as assigned.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES – ORGANIZATIONAL

  1. Demonstration of Values: Understand BWCA’s mission and purpose. Adhere to BWCA standards of conduct, program philosophy (where applicable), and cultural contract.
  2. Customer Service: Provide high quality customer service in a prompt, respectful, and professional manner. Conduct formal/informal assessment of eligibility for BWCA programs and make referrals as appropriate.
  3. Quality of Work: Consistently perform job duties accurately and timely; cost conscious when utilizing materials and resources; seek opportunities for improving processes; and, meet commitments and deadlines.
  4. Flexibility/Adaptability: Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to change and to recommendations for improving job performance in a positive manner.
  5. Safety: Demonstrate safe work habits. Report unsafe conditions and incidents. Participate in the maintenance of a clean and safe work environment.
  6. Teamwork: Effectively participate as a team member at multiple organizational levels and across departments.
  7. Goals: Understand and meet organizational goals/objectives related to position including agency strategic plan, ROMA plan, and Children’s Services Strategic Plan as well as taking on duties that are not related to position as supports for management staff/support staff to reach goals/objectives. MGT: Team achieves outcomes.
  8. Communication: Effectively communicate with other staff, clients, partners, and the public in a manner that is tactful, sensitive, and respectful. Demonstrate active listening. Body language and tone are consistent with verbal messages. Demonstrates friendly, positive “can do” attitude: Oral and written communications are clear, concise and accurate; Keep team members informed.
  9. Confidentiality: Maintain confidentiality of client and organizational information.
  10. Improvement: Continually improve skills through a variety of opportunities external and internal with particular attention to areas identified in the Professional Development Plan and other goals set related to improvement. Improve outcomes results of assessments related to job position, client outcomes, and organizational goals. Attend staff pre/in-services and other training opportunities as available.
  11. Compliance to Policy: Understand and comply with organization and regulating policies and procedures including the reporting of child/adult abuse/neglect as required by law.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Teaching certificate with ZA endorsement or CDA or bachelor’s degree in child development or early childhood.
  2. Obtain and maintain first aid, CPR and CDA (if applicable) certification.
  3. Ability to lift fifty (50) pounds.
  4. Experience working with low-income and/or at-risk children/families preferred.

If you are interested submit application and/or resume along with copies of your education transcripts to:

Human Resource Department
3403 Lapeer Rd.
Port Huron, MI 48060

Blue Water Community Action is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, marital status, height, weight, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, or disability.

Job Site: www.bwcaa.org

Closing Date for Job: Jul 11, 2020


Literacy Specialist, Port Huron, MI

Contact Person: Amy Burns

Job Location

Blue Water Community Action
3403 Lapeer Rd
Port Huron, ME 48060-2597

Job Title: Literacy Specialist

Job Description:

Blue Water Community Action

Blue Water Community Action has a job opening in the Children Services Department for a full-time Literacy Specialist.

PROGRAM: Children’s Services
SUPERVISOR: Education Manager
STATUS: Teacher, Non-Exempt

The purpose of the Literacy Specialist is to provide literacy support to the classrooms in a safe, engaging and developmentally appropriate manner.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES – JOB SPECIFIC

  1. Maintain: Maintain the school library and all early childhood books. Ensure the material in the library is age appropriate.
  2. Develop: Develop activities related to specific books to extend learning and prepare related materials for teacher use.
  3. Assist: Assist education staff with the development and implementation of a literacy-rich environment throughout the classroom and in the development of classroom activities that are individually, small group, and large group appropriate.
  4. Assist: Assist in the selection of appropriate literacy-related materials for the classrooms, home visitors, and for the library.
  5. Safety: Ensure the highest level of well-being and safety of the children at all times.
  6. Support: Provide additional support as assigned.
  7. Develop: Develop and implement literacy trainings for staff.
  8. Other: Additional duties as assigned.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES – ORGANIZATIONAL

  1. Demonstration of Values: Understand BWCA’s mission and purpose. Adhere to BWCA standards of conduct, program philosophy (where applicable), and cultural contract.
  2. Customer Service: Provide high quality customer service in a prompt, respectful, and professional manner. Conduct formal/informal assessment of eligibility for BWCA programs and make referrals as appropriate.
  3. Quality of Work: Consistently perform job duties accurately and timely; cost conscious when utilizing materials and resources; seek opportunities for improving processes; and, meet commitments and deadlines.
  4. Flexibility/Adaptability: Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to change and to recommendations for improving job performance in a positive manner.
  5. Safety: Demonstrate safe work habits. Report unsafe conditions and incidents. Participate in the maintenance of a clean and safe work environment.
  6. Teamwork: Effectively participate as a team member at multiple organizational levels and across departments.
  7. Goals: Understand and meet organizational goals/objectives related to position including agency strategic plan, ROMA plan, and Children’s Services Strategic Plan as well as taking on duties that are not related to position as supports for management staff/support staff to reach goals/objectives. MGT: Team achieves outcomes.
  8. Communication: Effectively communicate with other staff, clients, partners, and the public in a manner that is tactful, sensitive, and respectful. Demonstrate active listening. Body language and tone are consistent with verbal messages. Demonstrates friendly, positive “can do” attitude: Oral and written communications are clear, concise and accurate; Keep team members informed.
  9. Confidentiality: Maintain confidentiality of client and organizational information.
  10. Improvement: Continually improve skills through a variety of opportunities external and internal with particular attention to areas identified in the Professional Development Plan and other goals set related to improvement. Improve outcomes results of assessments related to job position, client outcomes, and organizational goals. Attend staff pre/in-services and other training opportunities as available.
  11. Compliance to Policy: Understand and comply with organization and regulating policies and procedures including the reporting of child/adult abuse/neglect as required by law.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood or related field.
  2. Reading Specialist certification preferred.
  3. Five years or more experience in a library preferred.
  4. Five years or more experience working with preschool aged children.
  5. Ability to lift fifty (50) pounds.
  6. Obtain and maintain first aid and CPR certifications.

If you are interested submit application and/or resume along with copies of your education transcripts to:

Human Resource Department
3403 Lapeer Rd.
Port Huron, MI 48060

Blue Water Community Action is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, marital status, height, weight, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, or disability.

Job Site: www.bwcaa.org

Closing Date for Job: Jul 11, 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


Family Advocate II – Kalamazoo RESA, Kalamazoo, MI

Contact Person: Tara Kane

Job Location

422 E South St
Kalamazoo, MI 49007

Job Title: Family Advocate II, Kalamazoo RESA

Job Description:

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

Responsible for implementing the parent involvement, family partnership and community partnership functions for the Head Start program. Assists with recruitment and enrollment of children for the program, and then uses a Family Communication and Home Visiting Framework to support and assist a caseload of families to identify and meet goals they establish. Assists with ensuring child health requirements and other required screenings and assessments are completed within required deadlines. Provides reflective supervision and mentoring to Family Advocate I’s, providing support for families with Tier III needs. Supports the larger system of social services coordinated by Head Start thereby supporting the goals of the program. May involve reassignment of caseload and/or center location as deemed necessary for program operations. Other duties as assigned.

Demonstrates a combination of skills, dispositions and behaviors, some of which are related to the specific service area of this position and others that represent general expectations of all program staff. Uses knowledge of the principles of family support and case management to collaborate with related service areas and communicate with internal and external stakeholders. Provides opportunities for families to become involved and engaged with the program, and to interact with one another in parent meetings. Applies a family-centered, strength-based approach in services delivered. Will have high expectations for families and works to motivate and inspire them to increase their involvement and assume the responsibilities of their children’s education, health and overall wellbeing.

Qualifications:
Master’s degree in social work or related field with three to five years’ experience working with economically disadvantaged families; or any comparable combination of education, training or experience. Must possess excellent listening skills, the ability to develop positive relationships with dysfunctional families and experience in utilizing community resources. Reliable transportation and a valid Michigan driver’s license required. Embraces and supports KRESA philosophies related to diversity, inclusiveness and anti-racism. Ability to interact effectively with individuals from a wide range of cultures. Ability to discuss cultural differences with colleagues and clients. Ability to assess one’s own strengths and limitations or challenges and integrate this understanding into interpersonal interactions.

Preferred Skills:
Experience with reflective supervision. Bilingual language (Spanish) skills. Ability to select and develop appropriate methods, skills and techniques attuned to people’s cultural, multicultural or marginal experiences in their environments. Ability to effectively employ multicultural approaches in resolving problems.

Job Site: https://www.kresa.org/page/188

Closing Date for Job: Jun 30, 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

Head Start Coordinator, Flint, MI

Contact Person: Lisa Marsh

Job Location

2413 W. Maple Ave
Flint, MI 48507

Job Title: Head Start Coordinator

Job Description:

The Head Start Coordinator provides direct supervision of the day-to-day operations of the Head Start and Early Head Start program and staff, and assures compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations. The Coordinator works with the Director of Early Childhood in planning, designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating programs and services offered in Head Start and Early Head Start. The Coordinator ensures that programs and services offered by Head Start and Early Head Start meet all Child Care licensing rules, Head Start Performance Standards; GSRP Requirements; and are aligned with the Early Learning Outcomes Framework and Early Childhood Standards of Quality. The Coordinator is responsible for Head Start/Early Head Start reporting and assists with necessary grant applications, budget management, program assessment, data analysis, and quality improvement activities. The Head Start Coordinator reports to the Early Childhood Director at the Center for Countywide Programs.

Available: One (1) full-time position, average of 37.5 hours per week.

Salary: Administrative Salary Schedule; commensurate with education and experience.

Benefits: Eligible for health, dental, vision, disability insurance, and life insurance after one full day of employment.

Job Site: https://www.geneseeisd.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=188937&pageId=649014

Closing Date for Job: July 1, 2020


Teacher II, Ypsilanti, MI

Contact Person: Chris Finch

Job Location

1055 Cornell Road
Fletcher Building
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Job Title: Teacher II

Job Description:

Develop, plan, implement, and evaluate developmentally appropriate classroom activities for a specific age group of children. Supervise practicum students and work with faculty from Teacher Education in the Academic component of the institute.

Job Site: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/emichedu?page=10

Closing Date for Job: Jun 30, 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


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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