St. Paul Christian Early Learning Center is looking for a motivated and energetic person to join our dedicated team of teachers! Qualified applicants should hold a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field with a minimum of 30 ECE credits or an Associate’s Degree in ECE, or related field with a minimum of 30 ECE credits.
All lead teachers must be able to lift children who weigh up to 45 pounds.
- Planning and implementing developmentally appropriate daily activities and physical environment, following the group’s curriculum guidelines.
- Completing weekly lesson plans assuring that individual child needs and PA Early Learning Standards are incorporated. Email a copy of the completed lesson plan to the director.
- Implementing and completing a portfolio for each child. Follow the guidelines set forth by CELC.
- Completing assessments three times a year (Sept., Jan. & April) for Work Sampling and Ounce. Kindergarten and School Age teachers will complete state reports twice a year (Dec. & May)
- Keeping classroom in compliance with all DPW regulations, Keystone Stars, NAEYC standards and criteria.
- Maintaining classroom Environmental Rating Scale standards. Assure an overall score of at least 5.25.
- Initiating, interacting and encouraging the children in every activity throughout the day.
- Teaching the children to control behavior through positive, appropriate measures and with consistency.
- Participating in all aspects of children’s care including diapering, pushing strollers, assisting in outside walks and activities.
- Sending weekly emails to families sharing photos, activities and lesson plans.
- Preparing of daily reports and accident reports as needed.
- Performing Daily Health Checks on the children and record findings on the Daily Health Check form.
- Completing Illness Tracking Forms for the children.
- Ensuring Cleaning Chart is completed when cleaning tasks are done.
- Documenting any observations, conversations or other information relevant to a child’s health and well-being, behavior or development.
- Positively communicating with parents of children in the class in case of illness, injury or behavioral concerns.
- Sharing in responsibility of daily facility upkeep.
- Carrying out those duties not directly involved with the supervision of children when necessary. Examples include preparation of snacks, preparation of lunches, washing dishes, setting up rest mats, cleaning bathrooms etc.
- Directing and supervising any assistants and/or aides. It is the supervisor’s responsibility to ensure that aides and assistants are properly performing job functions.
- Carrying out daily duties and overseeing the operation of the center in the absence of the directors or school age coordinator.
- Attending staff meetings and obtaining (at a minimum) 24 hours of training per year.
- Developing a cooperative and supportive attitude among the staff.
- Reviewing and following the staff schedule including appropriate break times, daily planning time and working in all classrooms as needed for the benefit of the center.
How to ApplyContact Karen Schaeffer at 717/627-0900 or email@example.com