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Early Childhood Float Teacher
Temple Israel Early Childhood Center
Temple Israel Early Childhood Center is accepting resumes for a part time float teacher position. Applicants must meet DHS head teacher qualifications. Knowledge of Judaism, Anti-Bias Education, Reggio Emilia, Teaching Strategies Gold and/or NAEYC accreditation standards are a plus.

Temple Israel’s ECC is a NAEYC accredited, Reggio-inspired, diverse Jewish preschool where children and families build Jewish identity, culture, and values.
● We work together as a team, creating a positive work environment.
● We are attentive and responsive to our learners, creating a warm and nurturing community where each child feels included and accepted.
● We interact with the children to support learning through exploration and play.
● We facilitate children’s social competence and ability to learn through interacting with others.
● We build rapport with parents through effective communication.
● We design classroom schedules that are consistent and predictable, with transitions that are handled calmly and with planning and communicated using a picture schedule.
● We use visuals to decrease anxiety and increase confidence and self-regulation.
● We are inspired by the schools of Reggio Emilia, focusing on making the experiences, ideas and learning of the children visible, launching studies responsive to the children’s interests, devoting time to observing children, documenting observations and reflecting together as teaching teams.
● We build Jewish identify, culture and values. We facilitate key Jewish experiences for children such as Havdalah, Shabbat, visiting a Sukkah and shaking a Lulav, a Tu B’Shvat Seder, a Purim costume parade and more. Ritual objects become familiar to the children as do Hebrew words and songs and Jewish stories.
● We value anti-bias education, supporting our learners as they celebrate their own identity as well as learn about the identities of others, building on that knowledge and experience to stand up for themselves and others in the face of
Link: https://www.templeisrael.com/ecc
Inclusion Site Specialist - Summer Only and Year Round
South Washington County Schools - Community Education
Kids Club: Inclusion Site Specialist - Summer 2022
Temporary Assignment, with options for continued employment into the 2022-23 School Year
Approximate Dates: *May 16- August 26 (*Flexible Start Date; could be as late as June 3)
Community Education
Independent Tier IV - $19/hr

Position Details:
Days: Monday-Friday
Hours: Full-Time, 6-8 hours/day.
Positions may start at 6:15 am or end at 6:00 pm.
Flexibility with hours is required due to meetings, site needs and program activities.

Locations: Bailey Elementary, Cottage Grove Elementary & Woodbury Elementary

Job Summary:
The Inclusion Site Specialist works directly with all children in out-of-school time programs offering direct support in addressing social emotional, health and safety, and behavior needs.

They will work alongside the Site Supervisors, Out-of-School Time Site Support Specialists and the Inclusion Coordinator to directly implement inclusion modifications and accommodations to support the needs of individual students. They will plan, create and implement safe spaces for students. They will participate in regular training and meetings to develop new inclusion skills.

They will also plan and offer activities for all kids such as Morning Meetings, non-competitive inclusive gym/outdoor games, literacy activities, SEL activities, etc. Inclusion Site Specialists will be in rotation and engage in all aspects of the Kids Club program including opening and closing sites, supporting emergency responses and administering medications.

This position may float to other sites to support inclusion or other needs as required by the program.

Eligible for retention bonus. Experience in a similar setting required. HS or GED required, AA or Certificate preferred.


Link: https://www.applitrack.com/sowashco/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Community+Education
Activity Instructors - Kids Club School-Age Care
South Washington County Schools - Community Education
Kids Club: Program Activity Instructor- Summer 2022
Program Dates: June 9-August 26, 2022
Community Education
Pay rate varies with experience and education. Starting at $20/hr.

Position Details:
Days: Flexible, 3-5 days/week
Hours: Flexible, TBD
We anticipate the work hours to fall between 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Grades: The summer Kids Club program serves students who have successfully completed
Grades K-5. Kids Club is an inclusive program where students of all abilities are welcome.

Locations: Bailey Elementary, Cottage Grove Elementary & Woodbury Elementary

Job Summary:
Ideal Kids Club Program Activity Instructors will be creative, enthusiastic and experienced individuals who can design and implement activities which engage students and enrich their experience in Kids Club. Activities must be inclusive, hands-on, encourage creative thinking and carried out in a way that all students are able to participate.

Under the guidance of the Kids Club program and within an agreed upon program budget, the Activity Instructor will be responsible to design, teach, set-up/tear-down, and oversee the activities. Kids Club staff will be present and engaged in the activities.

Link: https://www.applitrack.com/sowashco/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Community+Education
Site Supervisors - Kids Club School-Age Care Program
South Washington County Schools - Community Education
POSITION SUMMARY:
Plan and carry out a daily School Age Child Care program designed to meet the appropriate physical and developmental needs of a diverse group of children. Work as the leader of a team, effectively supervising Paraprofessionals and Aide staff, being sensitive to the needs of individual children, and relating in a positive and appropriate manner to both children and adults.

Benefits:
- Participation in Minnesota State retirement program. Can contribute to 403(b) and may be eligible for district match based on union contract.
- Medical insurance benefits. Participation in High Deductible plan includes contribution to a VEBA per union contract.
- Eligible for 10 days of vacation (increases with longevity), 15 days of Paid Absence Leave, 11 paid holidays and 2 floating holidays each year.

Compensation: Base rate of pay is $20.50/hour.
Hours per day or per week: 40 hours per week
Position start and end time: School year - split shift 6:15 to approx 9:30/11 a.m., afternoon 2/2:30 - 6:16 p.m. Non-school days and summer, straight shifts available.
Anticipated Start Date: ASAP
Link: https://www.applitrack.com/sowashco/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Community+Education
Float Teacher/Assistant Teacher
All Saints Preschool & Child Care
*Hiring Bonus*
Join an amazing team! We have better than state ratios and offer a play-based curriculum. We are looking for a float teacher or assistant teacher to help fill in for vacations/sick days, etc.
Preschool Outdoor Naturalist Teacher
Wooddale Academy
If you care deeply about early childhood and getting children outdoors daily then this is the job for you! We are looking for a FUN, CARING and ENERGETIC Preschool Outdoor Naturalist Teacher to join our team at our year-round, Faith-based, Nationally Accredited Early Childhood Program located in Eden Prairie, MN.

Preferred Candidates enjoy being outside and have experience working with young children in outdoor play-based learning environments.

This is a Full-time year-round position 8:00 am - 4:30 pm with a salary range between $16-$19 hour based on education & experience.
Link: http://www.wooddaleacademy.org
Infant, Toddler Preschool Teachers, Teacher Aides and Floats
Visitation Child Care Center
Program is currently seeking full time teachers and/or teacher aides or assistants for all classrooms to help support our expansion. Applicants should be willing to embrace the school mission, have a strong desire to work with young children, be willing to respect and encourage each child’s uniqueness and individual differences. Applicants also should be willing to attend to children’s physical, social and emotional needs. Program applicants must display an attitude of respect for all children and families in our program. Applicants must be willing to work cooperatively with all program staff to plans and implement curriculum.
Link: www.visitation.net
Non-Profit Board Member
Big Wonder Child Care Center
Board Member Invitation:

Want to see what magic and beauty can be created when an early childhood center puts the children's, teachers and parents' needs first? Want to see what transformational power is unleashed when children are raised to be anti-bias, anti-racist? To cultivate children who believe all humans have rights and to believe they have the capacity to contribute meaningful change to their communities?
 
We do too. Help us make this come to life, right here in Saint Paul. We are looking for board members to support us in becoming a non-profit and to see this vision lived, breathed, and practiced.

We are seeking Board Members who are experienced with marking, finance, non-profit board management, and early childhood education. It is time for a new model of early childhood education to emerge. Let us know if you would like to join us. 

Mission Statement:

Big Wonder honors the unique rights of children, families, and teachers to create an anti-racist, anti-bias environment that is inspired by Reggio Emilia and Montessori frameworks. We provide livable wages for teachers and a truly holistic education for young hearts and minds to thrive.


Time Expectations of Board Members

Monthly meetings (time and date TBD) 1.5-2 hours

Meeting preparation and review of documents 1-2 hours

Additional roles and jobs will be voluntary. This could include assistance with writing curriculum frameworks, school policy, material set up, fundraising, marketing, etc.
Early Childhood Teachers & Assistant Teachers
U of MN
https://lab-school.umn.edu/
Link: https://lab-school.umn.edu/
Outreach Support Specialist - Bilingual Somali/English
Milestones
This position provides support and coordination to the Child Care Aware and community outreach programs of Milestones; with the goal of expanding and strengthening relationships in underserved communities, with a special emphasis on the Somali community. This is done by:
• Providing outreach to Somali and other underserved communities
• Coordinating and providing Car Seat Education as a certified CPS technician (training will be provided)
• Facilitating Early Literacy/Family Engagement projects
• Working in partnership with Milestones Parent Aware Coaches to best support child care providers/early educators within the community
• Providing outreach and support opportunities to unlicensed (FFN/LNL) child care providers
• Supporting outreach efforts to increase licensed child care options through start-up and retention activities
• Representing Milestones through service on various community committees and collaboratives

This is a full-time, benefited position, offering vacation and sick pay, paid holidays, mileage reimbursement, 403(b) plan, health, dental, and vision insurance, and flex benefits.

Education and Training:
• Required:
o Bilingual, Somali and English
o High School Diploma and 25+ hours of Achieve/Develop approved training in early childhood education within the last five years OR a commitment to complete this training after hire OR some post-secondary education in child development, early childhood education or a related field OR a current CDA
o Experience working with families and/or children

• Preferred:
o Experience in the early care and education field
o A.A. degree in Early Childhood a plus OR
o B.A./B.S. in Early Childhood/Family Studies or related field
o Knowledge of MN Rule 2 and/or Rule 3 child care licensing regulations
o Knowledge of family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) child care and legally non-licensed (LNL) child care

TO APPLY: Send resume, cover letter, and agency application (found at www.milestonesmn.org).
Link: https://www.milestonesmn.org/careers-2
CACFP Operations Coordinator
Providers Choice, Inc.
The CACFP Operations Coordinator will work directly with management on report preparation and analysis, resource development and overall program coordination of the Child and Adult Food Program.
• Prepare, analyze and monitor reports.
• Perform audits and other review research as need for program compliance.
• Coordinates office supply order, forms for providers, staff badges and business cards.
• Maintains updated company memos as needed in including updates to yearly Policies and Procedures.
• Processes monitoring Change Notes and resubmits claims payments.
• Coordinates and maintains provider training materials, monitoring forms and materials; along with distribution.
• Coordinate staff and field representative meetings and trainings which includes assisting in preparation of training materials and arranging travel.
• Assists in yearly audits by compiling information and working with staff on submitting documents as requested.
· 2 year college degree is desired
· Minimum 3 years of program coordination or leadership experience preferred.
· A general understanding of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) preferred.

Link: https://www.providerschoice.com/
Preschool/Early Elementary
High Touch High Tech of the Twin Cities
High Touch Science is looking to add an instructor to assist us in creating tomorrows scientist's. We go into Preschool and Elementary with a cart of supplies and lead the students in creating their very own experiments. preschool classes are 30 minutes long, Elementary is normally 45 minutes. lessons are easy implement. you will start your day from your home and drive your car from school to school. lots of freedom and Pays VERY well. Can work just mornings, afternoons or both. please contact us for all details.
Link: www.sciencemadefunmsp.net
Developing and Piloting a Framework to introduce young children to Race
Big Wonder
*Volunteer Position*

we are looking for educators to help us further develop and pilot a curriculum to teach young children about race.

We will help train teachers who want to pilot the program. and assist with communicating with families. We are happy to meet educators and centers where they are at with this conversation.

We appreciate and welcome everyone's input to make this framework helpful, impactful, and developmentally appropriate

If interested in learning more, please reach out!
Summer Lead Nature Preschool Teacher
Dodge Nature Center & Preschool
Fulltime (36 hours) Non-Exempt Summer Opening
Seasonal Position-June 20th, 2022 - August 12th, 2022 (paid holiday on July 4th)
Monday - Thursday 8:00am-4:30pm & Fridays 8:00AM-Noon

Dodge Nature Preschool seeks a Lead Teacher to be part of the teaching team in fulfilling the school’s mission of meeting children’s developmental needs while initiating them into a lifelong, meaningful relationship with the natural world.
Diversity Statement
Dodge Nature Preschool welcomes all families and values diversity in the broadest sense including ethnicity, ability, gender identity, gender expression, family structure, sexual orientation, socioeconomic circumstances and religion. Our school seeks to promote equitable access to nature-based early childhood education for all communities, especially those for whom access has been denied historically. We acknowledge our responsibility to work to challenge bias and prejudice and listen to the voices of our community.
Program Description
Dodge Nature Preschool follows an emergent curriculum with a social-constructivist approach. Dodge Nature Preschool operates as part of the Dodge Nature Center; grounds include woodlands, prairie, ponds, wetlands, and a model farm with animals, gardening program, a greenhouse, apple orchard, maple syrup making facility, and apiary. A state-of-the-art preschool building with three outdoor/indoor classrooms provide early childhood nature education throughout the seasons. Class size is 18 three, four and five year olds with 3 teachers.
Compensation
Starting at $18.00/hour. Varies with education and experience.

See more information about the position and how to apply at website link below.
Link: https://www.dodgenaturecenter.org/careers
Summer Nature Preschool Float Teacher
Dodge Nature Center & Preschool
Fulltime Non-Exempt Summer Opening
Seasonal Position- June 20th, 2022 - August 12th, 2022
Monday - Thursday 8:00am-4:30pm & Friday 8:00AM-Noon

Dodge Nature Preschool seeks a Float Teacher to be part of our summer teaching team in fulfilling the school’s mission of meeting children’s developmental needs while initiating them into a lifelong, meaningful relationship with the natural world.

Diversity Statement
Dodge Nature Preschool welcomes all families and values diversity in the broadest sense including ethnicity, ability, gender identity, gender expression, family structure, sexual orientation, socioeconomic circumstances and religion. Our school seeks to promote equitable access to nature-based early childhood education for all communities, especially those for whom access has been denied historically. We acknowledge our responsibility to work to challenge bias and prejudice and listen to the voices of our community.

Program Description
Dodge Nature Preschool follows an emergent curriculum with a social-constructivist approach. Dodge Nature Preschool operates as part of the Dodge Nature Center; grounds include woodlands, prairie, ponds, wetlands, and a model farm with animals, gardening program, a greenhouse, apple orchard, maple syrup making facility, and apiary. A state-of-the-art preschool building with three outdoor/indoor classrooms provide early childhood nature education throughout the seasons. Class size is 18 three, four and five year olds with 3 teachers.
Compensation
Starting at $16.50/hour. Varies with education and experience.

See more information at the website link below.
Link: https://www.dodgenaturecenter.org/careers
Nature Preschool Substitute Teacher
Dodge Nature Center & Preschool
Schedule: Flexible, part-time position with variable hours based on need; requires availability 8-4:30 during in-service training week 6/20-6/23. Compensation: $14.00-$16.00 per hour based on education and experience. Program Description: Nature Preschool operates as part of the Dodge Nature Center; grounds include woodlands, prairie, ponds, wetlands, and a model farm with animals, gardening program, a greenhouse, apple orchard, maple syrup making facility, and apiary. A state-of-the-art preschool building with three outdoor/indoor classrooms provide early childhood nature education throughout the seasons. Regular class size is 18-20 three, four, and five-year-old children with 3 teachers.

Diversity Statement:
Dodge Nature Preschool welcomes all families and values diversity in the broadest sense including ethnicity, ability, gender identity, gender expression, family structure, sexual orientation, socioeconomic circumstances and religion. Our school seeks to promote equitable access to nature-based early childhood education for all communities, especially those for whom access has been denied historically. We acknowledge our responsibility to work to challenge bias and prejudice and listen to the voices of our community. Use link above to find more information.

Link: https://www.dodgenaturecenter.org/careers
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