Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of NAEYC Annual Conference 2022
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Lead Preschool Teacher
Shalom Children's Center - Asheville JCC Come do what you love in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina!
*Reggio-inspired study *Child-centered play environments created with love and intentionality *Values and vision in our family partnerships, school leadership, and organization through an equity lens
Shalom Children's Center - Raising Each Child to Form a Community of Peace
Child/Human Development Assistant Professor
Pittsburg State University Pittsburg State University seeks applicants for a Child/Human Development faculty member committed to high-quality teaching for a full-time, tenure-earning position in Family and Consumer Sciences (https://www.pittstate.edu/fcs/index.html). Family and Consumer Sciences is housed in the Department of Teaching and Leadership. Excellence in teaching is emphasized in the department. Position begins in August 2023 and includes teaching and advising. Specific courses will depend on areas of expertise. Service to the department, college and university is expected. Teaching experience and a demonstrated commitment to the field of child, human, or family studies through research and/or professional practice is desired. An earned doctorate (conferred by August 2023) in child, human, or family studies, or other closely related field is preferred. ABD may be considered.
The Goddard School The Goddard School offers a competitive compensation package including competitive hourly rates and benefits. Benefits include medical/dental/vision insurance, short-term disability, 401(k) with 3% match, employee tuition discount, paid time off, paid holidays, Winter Break between Christmas and New Years’, tuition reimbursement, and professional development assistance. Job Responsibilities: · Ability to communicate, both verbally and in writing, effectively and professionally with school personnel, children, and parents · Ability to understand and support the education program using “learning through play” philosophy · Ability to keep children within sight and sound supervision at all times · Ability to change children’s diapers and/or assist with toileting (where necessary) · Ability to lift items/children ~50 pounds · Ability to multitask in a lively environment and work well within a team · Ability to handle crisis situations, including assisting in evacuating the building during emergencies Qualifications: Lead Teachers · CDA, AA, or BA in ECE or related field · At least one year of experience in a licensed childcare or early education setting preferred · A desire to grow professionally · Meet background check eligibility
Temple Sinai Nursery School We are seeking early childhood educators interested in a floating position, with the possibility of a future co-teaching role, at our NAEYC-accredited, Reggio-inspired nursery school in upper NW Washington, DC. Our preschool program serves children ages two through five in a vibrant learning environment focused first and foremost on supporting social-emotional development through play-based learning and emergent curriculum.
Successful candidates will have a solid understanding of child development, an openness to professional growth, a commitment to working collaboratively, strong communication skills, and enthusiasm for the educational process of inquiry, observation, and reflection.
Position hours are up to five mornings a week. Competitive salary, supportive work environment, and extensive professional development opportunities. Degree in ECE or a related field, experience in early childhood education settings, and a familiarity with the Reggio Emilia philosophy preferred. Applicants from all religious backgrounds are welcome but must be willing to learn about Jewish values, traditions, and rituals.
Georgetown University Law Center-Early Learning Center The Child Care Lead Teacher provides developmentally appropriate early education and care to children ranging in age from 18 months to 5 years old. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
*Creates nurturing, safe, and engaging learning environments
*Builds relationships with families to partner alongside them in the education and care of their children
*Works collaboratively with other members of the childcare team
*Complies with policies and practices, as well as statutory, regulatory, and licensing requirements
Metropolitan Family Service You will be supporting the lead teacher in our Parent-Child interaction groups. You will also support in administrative work and get a lot of support with training and technical skills. We believe in paying a living wage.
MANAGER, DPS HEAD START FAMILY SERVICES
Denver Public Schools Head Start Traditional 235 work days Salary Range: $60,542 - $73,361 Essential Functions and Objectives: Responsible for maintaining the operational and transactional responsibilities of the family services program in Denver Public Schools Head Start. Primary emphasis is achieving results by building engagement and empowering their teams. Manage the operations of family services, including supervision, direction, leadership, training, and the development of resources for a team of family liaisons. Partner with the DPS Head Start management, City of Denver Head Start grantee. Please click on link for s detailed description.
Teacher Assistant/Teacher Aide
US House of Representatives The House of Representatives Child Care Center (HRCCC), has been providing full-day, year-round, quality childcare for children of the Members of Congress, staff, and House support personnel since 1987. Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the HRCCC is a developmentally based childcare program where staff work as partners with parents in the development of the whole child, including their physical, emotional, social, and cognitive development. Our mission is to provide exceptional quality care and developmentally appropriate learning experiences in a safe, nurturing, and diverse environment to support the children and families of the House Community.
The incumbent serves as a Teacher Aide or Teacher Assistant and is responsible for assisting in the day-to-day delivery of exemplary child care services to the House Community.
Nurse (Child Care Center)
US House of Representatives The Nurse position is located in the House of Representatives Child Care Center (HRCCC). The HRCCC has been providing full-day, year-round, quality childcare for children of the Members of Congress, staff, and House support personnel since 1987. Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the HRCCC is a developmentally based childcare program where staff work as partners with parents in the development of the whole child, including their physical, emotional, social, and cognitive development. Our mission is to provide exceptional quality care and developmentally appropriate learning experiences in a safe, nurturing, and diverse environment to support the children and families of the House Community.
Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education
Grand Valley State University The Early Childhood program at GVSU is looking for an assistant tenure track faculty member to help serve graduate and undergraduate students pursuing careers working with children in early childhood and early childhood special education, ages birth to kindergarten. Primary responsibilities include: teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in early childhood and early childhood special education, both in person and using online synchronous and asynchronous modalities; supervising candidates in the field; advising students in early childhood education programs; participating in service obligations; and conducting meaningful research that will be disseminated to a diverse audience.
Jubilee JumpStart The Associate Teacher is responsible for supporting the Lead Teacher in developing and implementing a quality educational program and in developing positive relationships with the children and their parents. The Associate Teacher observes and documents children’s interest and progress, and relays that information back to parents and staff. Associate Teachers are responsible for implementing developmentally appropriate activities based on children’s interests and needs under the direction of the Lead Teacher
Director of Education Services
Jubilee JumpStart Reporting to the Deputy Director, working in close partnership with the Operations Manager, and directly supervising the Mentor Teacher, Family Support Specialist, and Lead Teachers, the Manager of Education Services ensures top-quality educational services for students; provides oversight and training to teachers that meet Jubilee JumpStart’s high standards and can expand JJS’s reach and revenue; and leads programming to support families’ growth, well-being, and engagement.
Koala Early Education Bilingüe
Campus Preschool Grant Program Coordinator, Part-Time
Rowan University Please see full details and apply at https://jobs.rowan.edu/cw/en-us/job/498107/temporary-parttime-grant-program-coordinator
EHS Teacher/HS Teacher
Matrix Human Services The Teacher is responsible for providing a safe, nurturing learning environment for children and their parents. The Teacher develops and implements individual educational plans for children, which help them to develop socially, intellectually, physically, and emotionally in a manner appropriate to their stage of development and to ensure they are school ready. The Teacher works collaboratively with the Assistant Teacher and volunteers, and at all times provides active supervision for all children.
Children's Growing Center We're looking for a toddler teacher who is patient, reliable, silly, energetic, fun, enjoys working in a team, has a positive attitude, and a passion for Early Childhood! Position with children 18 months to 30 months. Hours 9am-6pm M-F. Ratio 1:6 with up to 18 children. Minimum 12 core ECE units required and six months experience at a licensed center is a must. Many perks...come join our CGC family! Our work is serious but we don't have to be!
New Pisgah Day Care Need a COPA specialist for attendance and esmart for CCAP IDHS billing. Part-time.
Lead teacher in a toddler classroom.
Scheck Hillel Community School https://scheckhillelcommunityschool.applytojob.com/apply/LiwHl2Luyj/Early-Childhood-Teacher?source=Our%20Career%20Page%20Widget
Baptist Health Lexington Responsible for overall supervision and curriculum implementation (play-based) in an older 2’s/younger 3’s classroom. Position requires effective communication with children, co-workers and families. Full benefits, PTO, retirement, tuition reimbursement and much more.
Executive Director, Liz Smith Center for Adult & Family Literacy
Literacy Partners We have a new opening for someone to lead our team in creating the conditions, organizing the resources, and facilitating the encounters that will enable parents to transform their lives through the power of literacy.
A Dream Job in Adult Literacy. The heart of this position is teaching and learning: leading our team to create the conditions, organize the resources, and facilitate the encounters with students that enable parents who enroll with Literacy Partners to reliably transform their lives and create a brighter future for their children.
The opportunity is to lead organizational development and growth: to plan and execute visionary next steps for each of our program offerings; advance our culture of excellence through reflective practice and data-driven analysis; cultivate external partnerships and funding opportunities to catalyze our growth; and develop our talent to their fullest potential so that our team can thrive and we can achieve our goals.
-Teaching & Learning -Curriculum Development -Program Development & Implementation
More information visit “Work with Us” on LiteracyPartners.org
ESOL Teacher: English for Parents (online)
Literacy Partners We are looking for an exceptional individual who will be responsible for teaching four adult ESOL classes, all virtually over zoom. This position is a member of a teaching team and will join our diverse, social justice-oriented team.
Literacy Partners strengthens families through a two-generation approach to education. With our free classes, community-based workshops, and educational media, low-income parents develop the literacy and language skills they need to succeed in today’s world. Our research-based curriculum incorporates child development and parent support to help parents boost their children’s early reading, school readiness, and health and wellness.
The Position: The English for Parents Teacher (online) will be responsible for teaching four adult ESOL classes, all virtually over zoom. All classes are designed for parents of young children and emphasize parent-child connection, reading with children, early childhood development, and health literacy. We focus on parents in order to have a two-generation impact: helping low-income, immigrant parents gain the skills they need to create a better life for themselves while advancing their children’s cognitive development and health.
Manager of Volunteers and Home Libraries (in-person and online)
Literacy Partners We are looking for an exceptional individual who believes in our mission, and wants to develop skills and experience in non-profit volunteer management and two-generation approaches to literacy. This position will join our diverse, social justice oriented team of 34 staff and more than 100 interns and volunteers.
At Literacy Partners, volunteers and books are at the heart of our programs and outreach. Our volunteers work as tutors, facilitators, conversation partners and assistant teachers. Their long-term commitment to our programs enables relationships to develop that are integral to student learning and community. There are a number of volunteers who provide help for in-person and virtual events from time to time.
We also provide a home library of children’s books to each of our students. Each year, we receive over 10,000 books from publishers to distribute to families in our programs and the community. This position will manage the home library program, tracking inventory and working with volunteers and staff to get the right books to the right students multiple times throughout the year.
Health Equity Program Manager (in-person and online)
Literacy Partners Parents come to Literacy Partners to transform their lives and create a brighter future for their children through the power of literacy. Through our free adult literacy classes, workshops, and educational media, parents further develop the literacy and language skills they need to solve problems, achieve their goals, and better promote their children’s early learning, social emotional growth, and school readiness.
Our Health Equity Program was created in 2021 after several years of promoting health literacy skills in our English for Parents classes. The initial focus was on improving access to Covid-19 vaccines and referring students for services in relation to the “social determinants of health.” Our current program has four components:
We work with a network of health care providers who refer the parents of their pediatrics patients to us for classes. We screen our students for the “social determinants of health” and make referrals to appropriate social services. We incorporate health literacy skills development into our English classes (and soon our basic reading classes as well). We promote the leadership skills of our immigrant parent students to serve as peer mentors and parent ambassadors to other students.
We are looking for an exceptional individual to manage our Health Equity Program, providing leadership to ensure we achieve our goals and continually improve our approaches. Reporting to the Executive Director of Adult and Family Literacy, the Health Equity Manager is part of our diverse, social justice oriented team of 35 staff and more than 100 volunteers and interns.