Paraprofessional - Preschool: Provide instruction of preschool students under the supervision of the Preschool Director, including small groups, large groups, and individual instruction to at risk, special needs and typically developing children. Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm. Apply through the employment tab on our district website or reach out to Louise Wacaser :
Carriage House is looking for an Infant Supervisor- FT, 4 days per week. Job responsibilities include but are not limited to: Overseeing daily routines and care for infants, maintaining rules and regulations, ASQ's, Teaching Strategies GOLD, monthly newsletters,and building positive relationships with families and infants. Pay is $19-21 DOE. Applicants MUST be Infant Supervisor qualified OR ECT qualified and take ECE-111 within 6 months. Benefits include: health insurance, ski pass, rec center pass, discounted childcare, paid sick/vacation time, and paid educations courses.
Please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org
Timberline Learning Center is hiring for two different positions: a Teacher and a Coach.
Timberline Learning Center is growing and we are looking for a dedicated and creative Teacher to join our Teaching Team. Applicants should have a passion for educating and guiding young children in a collaborative environment, while supporting their individuality. We are inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach to early learning and believe in the competency and capability of children. Ideal candidates will arrive with experience and/or education in the Early Childhood Education Field. We believe in building community within our school while partnering with the many wonderful organizations and opportunities in the community at large. Your responsibilities would be focused on the wellbeing and guidance of our students within the Reggio framework.
Timberline Learning Center Coach will provide guidance as we navigate the opportunities to advance our school culture, grow in our confidence and competence as members of our greater learning community, understanding our challenges and ways to overcome them. The coach will support development of collaborative teaching team, model and provide techniques for giving and receiving feedback in a meaningful manner, use effective delegation of responsibilities, empowerment through competencies and self-motivation. Guide teachers through self-regulation skills, mindfulness and reflectiveness, engaging with new perspectives, and resolving conflict within a team. Provide guidance on the development of leadership and coaching skills. Provide social and emotional related professional development opportunities. Partner in staff meetings and mentor meetings agendas and execution, and contribute to annual review of all educators.
Our professional, enthusiastic, and dedicated team is ready to welcome you to our fantastic Learning Center.
We offer a $500 wellness bonus, Vision insurance, PTO, Ski pass, EC Cares Health and Dental, short term disability, training incentives and much more! Wages begin at $15-$24 based on education and experience.
Please email Leslie Davis for more information!
Open Arms Childcare and Religious Affiliated Preschool at Farmer’s Corner is hiring fulltime lead and/or assistant teacher for our expanding classroom. We are looking for the right fight to join our kind, compassionate and professional working family who enjoys children 18 months - 5 year old.
-Small flexibly, family-friendly school
-Centrally located in Summit County
-$15-$17 per hour starting wage based on experience
-Benefits package included
-Work 4 10- hour or 5 8-hour shifts
-A love of children is required. Early childhood experience desired, and on-the-job training offered.
Please provide a resume and cover letter to Jennifer Lofton at email@example.com or call with questions 970-485-2539.
JOB TITLE: Bright Start Learning Center Director
CLASSIFICATION: Full-time. Eligible for health care plan stipend. Vacation time. Exempt.
SUPERVISOR TITLE: Bright Start Board of Directors
SALARY: $33,000-$36,000 DOE
The Bright Start Learning Center Director is responsible for planning, organizing, implementing, coordinating, and controlling the services of the program, exercising independent judgment and decision-making authority as delegated, including budget, policies, procedures, and staff supervision. Under the Bright Start Board of Directors, the director operates the childcare program in conformance with institutional regulations and Colorado day care licensing provisions. Responsibilities include the overall management of the center’s early childhood program and its operation, facilitating, planning and coordinating of the children's educational programs and activities