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Other Open Career Opportunities

Employment Opportunity Announcement with Early Childhood Development Center at Saint Mary’s College-Program Director


The Early Childhood Development Center at Saint Mary’s College (ECDC-SMC) is searching for a Program Director to lead the NAEYC Accredited and licensed early care and education program located on the Saint Mary’s College campus. The ECDC-SMC program serves the Saint Mary’s College and University of Notre Dame community of faculty, staff and college students in addition to families from the wider Michiana community.

ECDC is seeking an experienced leader who will collaborate with the ECDC Executive Director to oversee and manage the ECDC-SMC program, its curriculum and pedagogy and implement practices and policies that achieve the highest standards for quality. This is a very exciting opportunity for an experienced early childhood education professional!

The Early Childhood Development Center, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization with a rich history of excellence operating two early care and education program sites located on the beautiful campuses of Saint Mary’s College and the University of Notre Dame. The ECDC-SMC program serves 125 children ages 3 through 5 during the school year and 3 through 10 during the summer. The ECDC-ND program serves 180 children ages 2 through kindergarten during the school year and 2.5 through 10 during the summer.

Key Responsibilities

  • Leadership of the ECDC-SMC program site operations, working closely with the ECDC Executive Director on strategic planning, fiscal management and program quality
  • Implement pedagogical philosophies and practical application of early childhood play-based, project approach curriculum integrated with authentic assessment
  • Oversee implementation of licensing regulations, Paths to Quality standards (QRIS), NAEYC Accreditation standards, pedagogy and practice in the ECDC-SMC program
  • Collaborate with the Executive Director and Finance Director to ensure accountability for the management of the programs’ enrollment, staffing, supervision and coaching of staff, family engagement and financial operations
  • Facilitate professional development structures that support pedagogical objectives
  • Support comprehensive communication plans for outreach to the Saint Mary’s and Notre Dame communities and wider region that ECDC-SMC serves
  • Work with the Executive Director to establish short and long-term goals and objectives for the ECDC-SMC program aligned with the ECDC strategic plan.
  • Create a work environment that demonstrates and values diversity, integrity, safety, collegiality, collaboration, and positive relationships.
  • Schedule and facilitate college student learning and experiences in the ECDC-SMC classrooms
  • When necessary join a classroom for staffing needs
  • The ECDC-SMC Program Director reports to the ECDC Executive Director

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Education or a related field (Master’s preferred)
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in an early childhood organization including teaching experience
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in a leadership role (early childhood leadership preferred)
  • Experience with family engagement, coaching college practicum students, coaching teachers, project-based/constructivist curriculum, portfolio assessment integrated with COR authentic assessment (or similar evidence-based assessment tool)

ECDC is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization separate from Saint Mary’s College and the University of Notre Dame. ECDC staff are employees of ECDC and not employees of the University of Notre Dame or Saint Mary’s College.

ECDC offers a competitive salary with comprehensive benefits. ECDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

How to Apply:

Email or send a resume, ECDC Application: http://ecdc.nd.edu/employment/, cover letter, 3 letters of professional reference and transcripts to:
Terri Kosik, Executive Director
Early Childhood Development Center, Inc.
University of Notre Dame
10 Child Care Center
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Email: tkosik@saintmarys.edu

Accepting applications through June 9th. Position begins mid-August, 2019.

 

 

Employment Opportunity Announcement with Southeastern Indiana YMCA Learning Center- Child Care Director


Southeastern Indiana YMCA (SI YMCA) Learning Center in Batesville, IN is currently recruiting for a Child Care Director.

The SI YMCA Learning Center is a state license, Level 4 Paths to QUALITY, NAEYC accredited, non for profit center serving children ages 6 weeks-12 years.

Key Responsibilities:

-Lead and manage daily operations of a licensed child care facility; including before and after school care, summer camp, infant and toddler care and full day preschool.

-Directly responsible for the day to day safety and well being of all children enrolled in the program.

-Responsible for budget preparation and compliance

-Recruitment, development and supervision of all Learning Center staff.

-Maintain files, records and statistical data

-Insure appropriate staffing coverage with qualified teachers, assistants, kitchen & custodial staff

-Sustaining our NAEYC accreditation and Level 4 Paths to Quality rating, demonstrate compliance with applicable laws, regulations, licensure and accreditation standards

Please download the position description below to ensure you meet all qualifications. Eligible and interested candidates should email resume and application to aharmeyer@siymca.org.

Position Description

SI YMCA Child Care Director

 

Employment Opportunity Announcement with Transition Resources Corporation-Education Disabilities Coordinator and Infant Toddler Teacher


Transition Resources Corporation is currently recruiting for the following positions: Education/Disabilities Coordinator and Infant Toddler Teacher.

Education/Disabilities Coordinator: This is a Head Start/Early Head Start program. The position is located in Pendleton, IN and will also work in Delaware County (Muncie) and Madison County (Anderson).

The Education/Disabilities Coordinator serves as the leader of education and disability services within a program, guiding the curriculum and program planning, policy development and training. Recruits, trains and supervises personnel. Contributes to program improvement through evaluation, self-assessment and other program development efforts.

Infant Toddler Teacher: Plans and implements individualized education programs for each child. Provides leadership through active direction and direct involvement in the care, teaching and training of children. Works cooperatively with Teachers, Assistant Teachers, Center Aides and Volunteers within the classroom. Inventories all classroom equipment and supplies as instructed annually. Responsible for implementing parent engagement activities. Performs the duties of Bus Monitor as assigned. Assists in the custodial duties of classroom. Ensures that the physical needs of children are met. Works in cooperation with supervisor to develop and document progress on professional development plan.

Please review the position description below to ensure you meet all minimum qualifications.

Interested individuals may apply at www.transitionresources.org.

Position Descriptions
Education/Disabilities Coordinator
Infant Toddler Teacher

 

 

Employment Opportunity Announcement with the State of Indiana- Child Care Quality Development Specialist


The purpose of the position is to provide coordination and oversight for the development and implementation of an integrated statewide system of Quality Improvement Initiatives within the FSSA/Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning.

Summary/Objective:

The Program Director administers a program within a state agency and serves as a specialist in this area.  The director utilizes education, consultation, cooperative programming and coordination to accomplish goals.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

The essential functions of this role are as follows:

  • Participates in the strategic planning process for Child Care Quality development intiatives working to improve the quality of Child Care in Indiana;
  • Participates in all phases of the Paths to QUALITY governing committee work;
  • Provides guidance to Stakeholders on interpretation of State and National policy and presents OECOSL guidance in alignment with CCDBG and national best practices;
  • Coordinates work and information flow for designated content area, including but not limited to; Workforce and Professional Development, Family and Community Engagement, Quality Rating and Improvement Systems, Out-of-School Time supports, Training, and Technical Assistance and competency in relevant related areas;
  • Oversight and Coordination of service delivery of designated contract in alignment with national best practices and the Child Care and Development Block Grant.
  • Participates in the review of contract budget reports and financial claims, gathers information and prepares recommendations for needed budget modifications;
  • Identifies quality improvement program needs and develops appropriate solutions or recommendations based on research and analytical study;
  • Identify the professional development, including educational, training and technical assistance needs and priorities for the state’s child care workforce and work to develop appropriate solutions or recommendations
  • Research and develop materials related to designated content areas for both internal and external stakeholders
  • Perform ongoing monitoring activities related to assigned projects and contractors’ goals, deliverables, and project quality.
  • Conduct presentations and oral briefings to Community Stakeholders, Contractors, and partners related to State guidance on new policies, procedures, and best practices.
  • Serves as a member of various ELAC work groups to provide subject matter expertise in designated content areas.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Formulates, interprets, compiles and disseminates, to applicable agencies and groups, all policies and procedures related to the program;
  • Reviews incoming policy or procedural information for decisions on distribution;
  • Acts as technical consultant to the staff, clarifying and interpreting all procedures, providing references and resolving disputed issues;
  • Serves as a liaison between agency and other state and federal agencies;
  • Assists leadership in evaluating proposed programs in specialist area;

The job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time.

To learn more and apply please click here: https://workforindiana.in.gov/job/Indianapolis-Child-Care-Quality-Development-Specialist-IN-46202/554832200/.

 

Employment Opportunity Announcement with Carepointe Academy North- Early Childhood Teachers


Carepointe Academy North in Ft. Wayne is recruiting for Early Childhood Teachers.

We have multiple positions for early childhood teachers in our classrooms, working with toddlers, two-year-olds, three-year-olds, and after school care. Both full and part-time positions are available. You should be emotionally mature, confident of your ability to assess children’s skills and plan appropriate activities to help kids develop skills.

Minimum qualifications include age 21, CDA certificate or AA/BS degree. Our job description is clear, and tied directly to our staff performance evaluations, giving you complete control over qualifying for pay increases at 3 months, 6 months and annually.

We provide a Christian environment, managing staff with love and care as we train and supervise. Our prayer is for God to guide the right persons to our center, so that we can minister to each family with blessings as God has blessed us each one.

We reward staff for performance with various perks; we offer child care discounts, vacation, health insurance subsidy, a path to advancement to Lead Teacher or Assistant Directors. Hourly wages up to $13.00 per hour are typical for well qualified staff.

You really should contact us if you are not fully satisfied or appreciated where you work now!

Our new center director comes with several years of experience and is committed to making this center the best of the best in Fort Wayne. Come and join our team!

Interested Parties please contact:

Kristin Stauss, Director
northcarepointe@gmail.com
260-484-2577

 

 

Employment Opportunity Announcement with Primrose School of Geist- Lead Teacher


The Primrose School of Geist is currently hiring for a Lead Teacher.

Teachers are responsible for general classroom management and supervision, which includes the personal care, hygiene, and positive discipline of the children. He or she plans and implements the Primrose Balanced Learning Curriculum and provides materials and resources for children to explore, manipulate, and use, both in learning activities and in active play. Teachers prepare materials and their classroom for class activities and conducts all activities in a safe, organized, and productive manner.

Applicant must have obtained, or be in the process of obtaining, a technical certificate, Associates Degree or bachelor’s degree in early childhood education or related field.

Responsibilities:
• Is responsible for the overall supervision and daily class functions of a group of children.
• Observes all rules and regulations at Primrose School of Geist and the local, state or national regulatory agencies pertaining to the health, safety and care of children.
• Assesses each child’s developmental needs on an ongoing basis.
• Implements the approved lesson plans and daily classroom schedule in accordance with the Primrose Balanced Learning® curriculum and programming.
• Ensures that all classroom bulletin boards are current and provides the parents with an overview of the material taught in class
• Assists and coordinates snacks, meals, naptime, and bathroom activities
• Plans with the Director the parent-teacher conferences and student evaluations.
• Maintains an attractive, well-kept classroom that encourages children to create, explore and make decisions with confidence.
• Provides verbal recognition and acceptance to children while providing clear and consistent expectations for the children’s behavior.
• Accepts responsibility for maintenance and necessary housekeeping duties of the classroom, common use areas and playgrounds.
• Attends all required staff meetings, workshops and/or school functions as determined by the Director
• Maintains a professional personal appearance, attitude and work behavior at all times
• Performs other duties as assigned

Applicants can contact Allyson Zimmerman at azimmerman@primrosegeist.com

Please view the position description below for full details and responsibilities.

Position Description
Primrose at Geist -Lead Teacher

 

Employment Opportunity Announcement with Primrose School-Lead Teachers


Primrose School in West Carmel, West Clay and Bridgewater, are currently recruiting for Lead Teachers.

A few of the advantages of being part of the Primrose team include:

  • The opportunity to make a difference
  • A working environment in which team members respect one another
  • A School Leadership Team that supports the professional and personal growth of the staff
  • Low student/teacher ratios
  • Clear expectations, necessary resources, and support to meet children’s needs
  • Extensive training and opportunities for continual learning and development for staff

Lead Teachers are responsible for general classroom management and supervision, which includes the personal care, hygiene, and positive discipline of the children. He or she plans and implements the Primrose Balanced Learning curriculum, which includes activities for children that stress physical, social, and emotional growth and provides materials and resources for children to explore, manipulate, and use, both in learning activities and in active play. Lead Teachers prepare materials and their classroom for class activities and conducts all activities in a safe, organized, and productive manner.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervises and manages daily functions for a class of children
  • Assesses each child’s developmental needs on an ongoing basis
  • Plans with the Director and implements the approved lesson plans and daily classroom schedule using the Primrose School curriculum outlines and materials
  • Plans with the Director all required parent-teacher conferences and student evaluations
  • Provides an attractive, well-kept classroom that encourages creativity, exploration, and decision-making by the children
  • Ensures that all class bulletin boards are current and provides the parents with an overview of the material taught in class
  • Accepts responsibility for maintenance and necessary housekeeping duties of the classroom, common use areas, and playgrounds
  • Assists and coordinates snacks, meals, naptime, and bathroom activities
  • Attends all required staff meetings, workshops, and/or school functions as determined by the Director
  • Observes all rules and regulations pertaining to the health, safety, and care of children
  • Maintains a professional personal appearance, attitude, and work behavior at all times
  • Performs other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must meet all requirements stipulated by the state for this position
  • Classroom teaching experience in an accredited early childhood facility a plus
  • Pleasant/friendly demeanor and an outgoing personality
  • Highly professional and dependable
  • Excellent communication, customer service, and problem solving skills, including the ability to maintain composure under stress
  • Strong organization skills, able to multi-task, and can manage time to meet frequently changing deadlines in a fast-paced environment
  • Able to interact with students of all ages and skill levels
  • Proficient computer and internet skills
  • Must be able to lift up to 35 lbs. in connection with the handling of children for the facilitation of programs, child safety, and potential emergency situations

Any interested applicants can contact Lisa Housh: lhoush@primrosewestcarmel.com

 

Employment Opportunity Announcement with KinderCare (Purdue University)-Pre K Teacher and Assistant Teacher


Purdue University Early Care & Education Center is seeking a Pre K Teacher and Assistant Teacher

To apply visit:

https://www.kcecareers.com/search-results?keywords=47906

 

Employment Opportunity Announcement with Finding Me Now Learning Center-Various Positions


Finding Me Now Learning Center is hiring for various Early Childhood positions in Indianapolis and Ft. Wayne

Please review the position descriptions below to ensure you meet the minimum qualifications. Interested applicants should send resumes to: jennifer.elrod@findingmenow.com

Position Descriptions
Teaching Assistant-2 year old room (Ft. Wayne)

School Age Teaching Assistant (Indy)

Cook/Bus Driver (Ft. Wayne)

 

Employment Opportunity Announcement with St. Mary’s Child Center of Indianapolis


Lead Preschool Teacher
St. Mary’s Child Center of Indianapolis, Indiana is seeking a full time teacher to start ASAP.

St. Mary’s Child Center is a NAEYC accredited, licensed, Level 4 Paths to Quality preschool following the principles of the Reggio Emilia philosophy. Our mission is to serve children in poverty with lifelong learning leading to lifelong success.

The persons seeking this position must have the following:
• Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood or NAEYC equivalent
• Ability to facilitate best practices in Early Childhood
• Respect for children, their unique personalities and cultures
• Respect for families and a willingness to engage positively with them
• Enthusiasm for children, wanting to make a difference to each and every child
• Disposition to work positively with others in a collaborative atmosphere
• Good communication skills with students and families; This includes documentation that is part of the Reggio Influenced curriculum
• Complete state reporting
• Creativity and flexibility to be able to change the day to meet the needs and interests of the children
• Possess the ability to catch a fleeing child
• Spanish-speaking preferred, not required

Full benefits package; starting salary $35,000

For more information about St. Mary’s Child Center:

http://www.smccindy.org

Sandy Bryant
9230 Hawkins Road
Indianapolis, IN 46216
317-361-4891
Fax 317-543-0788

sbryant@smccindy.org

 

 

 

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