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Purpose: The Early Childhood Professional Development Senior Director is responsible for overseeing the implementation, administration, and evaluation of the T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® INDIANA project, Non Formal CDA, and the CDA Support Services

Position Status: Full Time/Exempt

Reports To: Executive Director

Classification: Executive Senior Director


  1. A Master’s degree in Early Childhood, Child Development, or a related field is required. A doctorate degree is strongly preferred.
  2. Minimum of five years of experience in the early childhood profession and three years of administrative responsibilities. Eight years or more is strongly preferred.
  3. Experience in leadership and demonstrated strong skills in grant management, program implementation, ECE and OST professional development, coaching, and technical assistance.
  4. Applicant will be subject to a criminal history check as required by the IN FSSA, Office of Early Childhood, and Out of School Learning.
  5. Demonstrated ability to work well with a diverse client population.
  6. Ability to assume responsibility for completion of assignments.
  7. Strong Microsoft Office skills. FileMaker Pro experience a plus.
  8. Ability to travel statewide.
Job Responsibilities
  1. Staff Supervision: Interview, hire, train, supervise, and evaluate the Early Childhood Professional Development Project Directors and CDA Support Specialist.
  2. Support the professional development of early childhood educators in Licensed Child Care Centers, Family Child Care Homes, Registered Child Care Ministries, Paths to Quality, CCDF-certified facilities, and Career and Technical High School Students pursuing early childhood education.
  3. Oversee and provide professional development and leadership to the Early Childhood Professional Development Department Staff.
  4. Operations/Management: Approval of all T.E.A.C.H., Non Formal CDA, and CDA operations, support and scholarships. Oversee the development of a work plan, including marketing and resource development.
  5. Assist the INAEYC Executive Director in the development and diversification of the funding base.
  6. Oversee all Early Childhood Professional Development departments’ marketing efforts.
  7. Outreach: Coordination of in and out-of-state communications and dissemination of materials, presentations, and technical assistance.
  8. Coordinates the Professional Development Advisory Committee that serves as the T.E.A.C.H. Advisory Committee.
  9. Reporting: Coordinate the monthly T.E.A.C.H. reports and the T.E.A.C.H. National Technical Assistance Center Reports. Report monthly to the Executive Director the status of scholarships, support, and outcomes for the Early Childhood Professional Development Department.
  10. Direct progress toward meeting grant performance objectives and outcomes.
  11. Submit at least one innovative proposal during the Grant period, for State review, with strategies to support new childcare professionals in attaining their Child Development Associate Credentials.
  12. Revise, develop, and implement state and local corrective action plans as needed to meet the department outcomes.
  13. Oversee the development and implementation of the T.E.A.C.H. Project, Non-Formal CDA, and CDA Supports and all evaluation efforts.
  14. Set obtainable yet ambitious goals and outcomes for T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® INDIANA project staff in coordination with the T.E.A.C.H. Director.
  15. Facilitate the Indiana Higher Education Forum and Planning Committee in coordination with the T.E.A.C.H. Director.
  16. Represent INAEYC Early Childhood Professional Development Department and T.E.A.C.H. on various statewide boards, advisory committees, and workgroups.
  17. Serve as OECOSL’s point of contact for ECPD project performance outcomes; and participate in all state, provider, and partner meetings as requested by OECOSL
  18. Participate in state-level planning rough for Paths to QUALITY™ and other initiatives.
  19. Work closely with the state Technical Assistance Vendor and the Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies to support the early childhood workforce.
  20. Ability to stand or sit for long periods of time.
  21. Ability to lift and carry up to 20 pounds

To Apply for this position CLICK HERE and reference Job #681



The Center for Young Children (CYC), located on Indiana University campus in downtown Indianapolis, is a part of the university and provides childcare and early childhood education to the University and Indianapolis communities. The Center is founded on the belief that children learn through play, hands-on activities, experiences, and interaction with their environment. The CYC provides a setting in which children can wonder, solve, learn, and grow. The CYC strives to amplify the potential of all children within the Center’s care through the guidance and encouragement of experienced and professional teachers. The curriculum is designed to promote independence, self-esteem, confidence, and critical thinking skills providing the foundations for continued intellectual and academic growth. This has been the mission and purpose of CYC since 1979. Though the Center has evolved over time, the professional teaching staff and administration within remain resolute in the mission to provide the best care and early childhood education for the University and the Indianapolis community.

For information about the Childcare Center, please visit: IU Indianapolis Childcare Center

Job Summary

The office of auxiliary services is seeking an experienced childcare director to provide the highest level of leadership in the administrative operations of the Childcare Center. This position has responsibility for the financial, operational, and instructional success of the Center as well as creating and maintaining a positive work environment for staff and a family-centered approach to childcare.

Department-Specific Responsibilities

  • Maintains a high level of quality based on state licensing standards for Paths to Quality.
  • Manages the planning and preparation of the Center to gain national accreditation.
  • Secures grants.
  • Builds maximum enrollment, develops, and implements annual and long-term strategic plans.
  • Builds relationships with internal and external partners.
  • Upholds both IU Policy as well as professional and ethical standards of a childcare facility.
  • Manages and supervises day-to-day business operations of the site including personnel management, parent education, staff training, and maintaining a budget, analyzing financial statements and project costs.
  • Applies professional knowledge of child development principles to develop, implement, and supervise curriculum and age-appropriate activities for a program which promotes social, emotional, intellectual, and physical growth of children.
  • Implements procedures to ensure the program and facility comply with state licensing requirements which will comply with health, fire, and safety standards.
  • Recruits, hires, counsels, and dismisses staff.
  • Appraises staff performance during the new employee 6-month evaluation period and creates a culture of performance conversations thereafter utilizing Performance at IU to provide a consistent, collaborative, and ongoing process to help appointed staff achieve their full potential.
  • Leads regular staff meetings that empower and align early childhood educators to the mission and vision of the Center for Young Children.
  • Conducts new parent orientations and tours of the facility. Distributes marketing materials, processes applications; explains the mission, vision, policies, and procedures of the center.

General Responsibilities

  • Provides highest level of operational leadership and coordination of assigned staff members to define childcare methodologies and standards; provides direction and guidance on high priority childcare projects/initiatives.
  • Establishes short-term business plans and long-term operational objectives, including managing project timelines/deliverables and developing resource plans for multi-project/multi-phase childcare initiatives.
  • Conducts a variety of personnel actions to include, but not limited to hiring, promotion, performance management, and dismissal.
  • Manages high level assignments and allocation of childcare resources, including negotiating and coordinating initiatives that involve staff in other departments/areas/teams; may coordinate large-scale childcare projects with a wide audiences in support of academic initiatives.
  • Makes budgetary recommendations/proposals based on resource needs and ensures cost containment.
  • Researches and stays up-to-date on new industry childcare standards, practices, trends, and protocols; responsible for the implementation of new protocols/procedures to address business needs.
  • Works collaboratively with other childcare leaders across departments in recommending standards, best practices, and related policies/procedures.
  • Prepares management reports and summaries for senior administration, executive, steering and advisory committees; acts as advisor to executive committees; serves on various university committees, communities of practice, and task forces related to childcare.




• Bachelor’s Degree childcare or other related field.


• Master’s degree.



• 4 years of childcare or other related field.

• 1 year of management experience childcare or other related field.


• Experience in early childhood leadership.

• 3 years of leadership experience.



• Proficient communication skills.

• Maintains a high degree of professionalism.

• Demonstrated time management and priority setting skills.

• Demonstrates a high commitment to quality.

• Excellent organizational skills.

• Excellent collaboration and team building skills.

• Effectively coaches and delivers constructive feedback.

• Instills commitment to organizational goals.

• Demonstrates excellent judgment and decision making skills.

• Effective conflict management skills.

• Builds and manages effective teams.

• Demonstrated project management skills.


• Knowledge of State of Indiana childcare regulations and NAEYC accreditation standards.

• Knowledge of CACFP (Child and Adult Care Food Program).

Working Conditions / Demands

This role requires the ability to effectively communicate and to operate a computer and other standard office productivity equipment. The position involves sedentary work as well as periods of time moving around an office environment and the campus. The person in this role must be able to perform the essential functions with or without an accommodation.

Work Location

IU Indianapolis Indianapolis, Indiana

Advertised Salary

$70,000 – $80,000 per year based on experience.

Benefits Overview

For full-time staff employees, Indiana University offers a wide array of benefits including:

  • Multiple plan options for medical insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Health Savings Account with generous IU contribution
  • Life insurance, LTD, and AD&D options
  • Base retirement plan contribution from IU, subject to vesting
  • Additional supplemental retirement plan options
  • Tuition benefit for IU classes
  • 10 paid holidays per year
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Learn more about our benefits by reviewing our online Benefits Brochure.

Job Classification

Career Level: Sr. Operational

FLSA: Exempt

Job Function: Educational Resources & Tech

Job Family: Childcare Services

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Posting Disclaimer

This posting is scheduled to close at 11:59 pm EST on the advertised Close Date. This posting may be closed at any time at the discretion of the University, but will remain open for a minimum of 5 business days. To guarantee full consideration, please submit your application within 5 business days of the Posted Date.

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Equal Employment Opportunity

Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment based on individual qualifications. Indiana University prohibits discrimination based on age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status. Indiana University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities, including employment and admission, as required by Title IX. Questions or complaints regarding Title IX may be referred to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights or the university Title IX Coordinator. See Indiana University’s Notice of Non-Discrimination here which includes contact information.

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Lead Preschool Teacher Job Description
The Stanley Clark School seeks a highly collaborative, full-time preschool teacher for its Early Childhood program housed in the Garatoni Center for Reggio Studies. This individual will work closely with a part-time assistant teacher among a close-knit, joyful, and talented team of Early Childhood faculty who believe that our youngest learners are capable, competent, and curious. Our Reggio-inspired program aims to inspire and develop children using an emergent curriculum guided by students’ interests, both in the classroom and outdoors on our beautiful 30-acre campus.

About Stanley Clark:
Stanley Clark is a preschool through grade 8 school in South Bend, IN. We seek to employ teachers who embody the school’s mission to inspire and challenge students to achieve excellence in academics, the arts, athletics, and character in a nurturing environment that fosters critical thinking, creativity, accountability to self and others and the discovery of each student’s strengths and passions.

Faculty must have a passion for teaching children, be of outstanding personal character, and have demonstrated exceptional expertise in the art of teaching. All teachers must show a willingness to collaborate, think creatively, innovate, and exhibit a level of professional development and commitment to continuous improvement that assures our students’ experiences at school are second to none each and every day.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Seek to learn and be part of a vibrant, highly collaborative Early Childhood faculty community that consistently seeks to reflect on and improve their Reggio-inspired programming
  • Demonstrate a love of working with children and an eagerness to partner with their families to support their growth while nurturing and championing each child’s interests, talents, and skills
  • Document students’ experiences in a way that honors each child’s voice and highlights how and what children are learning
  • Exhibit a kind, loving demeanor and excellent organizational skills to ensure the smooth running of an early childhood classroom
  • Apply a range of developmentally appropriate strategies and scaffolds to support students’ academic, social, and behavioral needs
  • Communicate regularly with families and colleagues in a way that demonstrates strong interpersonal skills
  • Collaborate effectively with colleagues on an ongoing basis in support of a common vision, goals, and new ideas
  • Contribute positively to designated committees, divisional meetings, and curriculum departments
  • Work as a united team with an assistant teacher who is an integral part of the classroom setting; this partnership entails co-planning, coordinating classroom activities, and supporting students’ behavior as a team
  • Exhibit a spirit of professionalism with all school community members
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualified candidates will have at least 3-5 years of teaching experience in an Early Childhood classroom setting. Ideal candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree.

The position offers all benefits afforded to full-time employees, including but not limited to comprehensive health benefits, generous paid time off, paid life insurance, tuition remission, a generous retirement plan, and professional development. Salary is based on experience.

How to Apply:
Submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of at least three professional references to Kelly Goodspeed at kgoodspeed@stanleyclark.org or 574-999-4930 as soon as possible. Candidates will be alerted before references are contacted.

The Stanley Clark School is an equal opportunity employer. The Stanley Clark School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender, or sexual orientation in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs and  athletic or other school-administered programs.


St. Mark’s Nursery School and Kindergarten is a half-day, NAEYC-accredited, play-based program serving families of infants through kindergarten. As we look forward to expanding our class offerings during the 2024/25 school year, we are searching for two new teachers to join our amazing team of professional early educators. Positions range from 2-5 days per week, with 5-day availability preferred.

Teachers work nine months out of the year beginning in mid-August and ending in mid-May with contracts renewed annually. We follow the local public school calendar (MCCSC); teachers are paid for all closings and holidays during the school year. A teacher’s work day begins at 9 and ends at 12:30 as teachers are paid for one extra hour per day for planning/set up and clean up. Our nursery school day is 9:30 am-12 pm, and Kindergarten meets from 9-12:30.

We are looking for dynamic, energetic, early childhood educators who value relationship building and community. A deep understanding of child development and supporting social emotional learning, play-based and child-led education are musts. We spend a lot of time outside so a passion for the outdoors is a definite plus. Experience is preferred; however, there are many opportunities for on-job training and professional development throughout the year.

For more information on our program, visit www.smnurseryschool.org.

Interviews will take place this April. To apply you must submit a cover letter and resume: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfihLdzbztGDWKqAudo6cLnHez6p1SuK244fJYprNBK-S1VbQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

Please reach out with any questions: Kate Morris, director@smnurseryschool.org


Full-Time Infant Toddler Specialist (Co-Teacher)

Job Description

Indiana University Early Childhood Education Services 

Committed to creating high-quality experiences for children, families, and our employees.

IU Early Childhood Education Services (ECES) provides year-round, high-quality care and education at nationally accredited centers for children ages birth through five years. Our commitment to high-quality is demonstrated by providing child-centered, active learning environments based on research supported best practices, through degreed teachers, strong campus support, and adherence to the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). In addition to the service component, the IUB ECES Centers meet the academic mission of Indiana University by providing sites for student training and by serving as research sites for faculty and students. Finally, the early childhood centers at IUB serve as model high quality, early education programs for the Bloomington community and the state of Indiana.

Job Summary

Department Specific Responsibilities

  • Provides excellent care and appropriately challenging experiences for children ages six weeks through three years.
  • With their classroom co-teacher, the Infant Toddler Early Childhood Specialist develops and implements child-centered, developmentally appropriate curriculum and assessment based upon observations of the children’s interests and individual needs.
  • Partners with each child’s family toward their optimal growth and development.
  • Works collaboratively with their co-teacher, Director, other co-teachers, aides and families toward the betterment of the Center.

General Responsibilities

  • Plans and implements developmentally appropriate activities for children enrolled. This includes physical needs, classroom activity participation, goal writing, lesson plans, preparation, etc.
  • Assesses children’s individual needs and tracks and records progress through parental meetings, developmental goal-setting, and routine assessment.
  • Maintains the classroom in a safe, clean, and orderly environment, such as through maintaining licensing standards as set forth by the state and supervising children during free play, naps, learning, and outdoor time.
  • Attends staff meetings and participates in ongoing professional development.
  • Supervises and evaluates classroom assistants and aids. This includes observing and documenting job performance and potential disciplinary and performance issues.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by childcare leaders.


  • Participation in optional health and dental insurance- IU pays 2/3 of premium, employee pays 1/3
  • Life insurance policy provided by university – twice salary up to $50,000
  •  Participation in Fidelity retirement- IU contributes 10% of employee salary
  • Paid time off = 30 days per year; 36 after five years
  • Paid holidays = 9 days per year
  • Fee courtesy for IU classes
  • Optional long term disability and supplemental life insurance available at employee expense
  • Eligible for extended Family Leave of 6 weeks at full pay. For more information, go to https://hr.iu.edu/relations/parental-leave.html

The direct link to the application is  https://go.iu.edu/6yS2



The IUPUI Center for Young Children has three (3) immediate openings for full-time Assistant Teachers.

The Assistant Teacher will play a vital role in the efficient administration and implementation of the academic program. Operating within the designated classroom, the Assistant Teacher will collaborate with the Teacher to create and deliver engaging curriculum, while prioritizing the safety, growth, and development of the program participants. Effective communication with children, parents, and fellow staff members will also be a key responsibility. Hours for this position are Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.


  • Minimum age of 21 and possession of a high school diploma or equivalent.
  • Preferred minimum of one year of experience in an early childhood setting and 1-2 years of early childhood education, or completion of requirements for the CDA certification.
  • Comprehensive understanding and knowledge of children, including their behavior, development, as well as age-appropriate activities, crafts, and music.
  • Essential ability to establish rapport and address the developmental needs of children aged 2-5.
  • Proficiency in effectively communicating with children, parents, and coworkers
  • Current certifications in First Aid, Child Abuse Prevention training, Safety & Risk Management training, New Employee Orientation, and any other required training must be obtained within 60-90 days of employment.
  • Capacity to maintain strict confidentiality concerning personal information related to children, families, and staff.
  • Willingness to learn and work under the guidance and supervision of the classroom teacher.

Physical and Mental Demands:

  • Maintain visual observation of children even in distracting environments.
  • Stand for extended periods of time during program activities.
  • Bend at the knees and waist as necessary.
  • Lift and carry equipment weighing up to 40 lbs. as required for program activities.
  • Demonstrate and lead various activities effectively.
  • Communicate effectively with students, parents, school personnel, and staff.
  • Reason, problem-solve, and make sound judgments and decisions even in noisy and active settings.
  • Promote and adhere to safety and security procedures.
  • Physically and mentally capable of responding to emergencies and administering CPR and First Aid effectively.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the daily operation of the program, including activities and child supervision.
  • Maintain a clean and organized classroom before and after daily activities.
  • Build positive relationships with each child, fostering a nurturing learning environment.
  • Ensure accurate and up-to-date program documentation, such as attendance and incident reports.
  • Communicate effectively with parents and coworkers, both verbally and in writing.
  • Create a safe and stimulating environment that promotes child development.
  • Handle emergency situations appropriately, prioritizing the safety of the children.
  • Attend staff meetings, in-service training, and recommended workshops.

We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply.

Please find all of the benefits we offer below:

  • Multiple plan options for medical insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Health Savings Account with generous IU contribution
  • Life insurance, LTD, and AD&D options
  • Base retirement plan contribution from IU, subject to vesting
  • Additional supplemental retirement plan options
  • Tuition benefit for IU classes
  • 10 paid holidays per year
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Paid training and professional development: 35 hours initially, up to 20 hours per year thereafter
  • Participation in CDA program, covering 100% of the costs towards earning a Child Development Associates

To apply CLICK HERE.


Trinity Child Care Ministry of Indianapolis is seeking dedicated individuals for the position of Teacher/Caregiver at our childcare ministry. Trinity Child Care is located at 9709 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis IN 46250.

Pay Range: $13.00 – $16.00 per hour

Responsibilities include:

  • General supervision, and classroom management
  • Assist in implementing the daily programming.
  • Maintain a safe and sanitary environment.
  • Assist with maintaining communication with parents.
  • Planning activities and facilitating exploration and learning

Hours: 2:00 am-6:00 pm, Monday- Friday

Qualifications for this position:

  • Must be 18 years of age.
  • High School diploma/GED required.
  • Education or experience in Early Childhood Education is preferable.
  • A desire to be part of a Growing Christian ministry.

Benefits Include: Discounted Childcare for Employees. Scholarship Benefits to obtain CDA, Associate, or

Bachelor’s Degree. Competitive Wages. Working with a caring and compassionate team of Professionals.
The benefits are rewarding and will last for eternity! To apply fill out the general job application on the employment page www.encountertrinity.com and return to the Child Care office or Jennifer Kitterman at jkitterman@encountertrinity.com. Contact us with any questions at 317-849-9551.



About Us: TCC Solutions is a leading provider of early childhood education and care (ECEC) technology and program services to state and local government agencies for the benefit of children, families, and providers.  TCC is a minority-owned business enterprise (MBE) with more than 20 years of experience and 180 team members, including subject matter experts with deep expertise in early childhood business, program, and policy. TCC provides ECEC solutions to state and local agencies nationwide.

About the Team: The TCC Paths to QUALITY (PTQ) rater team is a dedicated group of professionals committed to ensuring the highest standards of quality in early childhood education (ECE). Comprised of experienced individuals with backgrounds in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, and related fields, the team collaborates to conduct rating visits for programs participating in PTQ, Indiana’s quality rating and improvement system for early education programs. Armed with strong observational and analytical skills, the team members engage in on-site visits to ensure that programs are meeting the PTQ standards. This dynamic team plays a crucial role in fostering a positive and supportive environment for childcare providers, ultimately contributing to the overall well-being and development of young children across Indiana.

About the role: We are seeking a dedicated and experienced early childhood care and education professional to join our PTQ rater team. This role will be responsible for evaluating and assessing childcare programs in the southeastern region of the state to ensure compliance with the PTQ standards. This role requires a deep understanding of early childhood education, a keen eye for detail, and strong communication skills. These assessments will be in accordance with Indiana’s Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning (OECOSL) and PTQ protocols and in accordance with applicable State and Federal laws.

This position offers a rewarding opportunity to contribute to the improvement of childcare services, ensuring the well-being and development of young children in our community. If you have a passion for early childhood education and experience in program assessment, we invite you to apply for this position.

Essential Functions:

  • Conduct comprehensive assessments of child care programs to ensure compliance with PTQ standards.
    • Observe and interact with children, staff, and facilities to assess the quality of care and educational programs.
    • Collaborate with relevant authorities and agencies to stay informed about changes in regulations and standards.
    • Obtain and maintain CLASS certification
    • Utilize the Tablet PC and Wireless Web forms tool to accurately complete programs’ rating visits
    • Adhere to all policies and procedures in both the OECOSL PTQ Manual and the TCC PTQ Raters Manual
    • Adhere to contractual and procedural obligations set forth by the State of Indiana; including but not limited to:
    o Have an individual ongoing professional development plan that includes goals and progress towards goal completion.
    o Complete a minimum of twelve hours of Professional Development annually
    o Complete at least 95% of PTQ assessments within thirty calendar days of the date the assessment request is received
    o Report the rating assessment to OECOSL in the state’s data system within one business day of a completed PTQ assessment.
    o Contact programs within 48 hours of rating request
    o Ensure 90% inter-rater reliability for PTQ rating results
    o Offer Customer Satisfaction Surveys following each assessment
    o Ensure that 95% of all early childhood program PTQ level decisions by rater are not appealed and overturned
    o Ensure rating reports are complete and accurate
    • Participate in monthly PTQ staff and stakeholders meetings as scheduled
    • Provide feedback to community stakeholders regarding PTQ standards compliance
    • Assist in all areas of PTQ implementation as needed

Required Education, Experience and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in Early Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, or related field.
  • Minimum of two (2) years’ experience working in a child care setting, a Child Care Resource and Referral agency, an agency providing family support services, a social work environment, or other related field
  • Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) certification in PreK and Toddler levels (may be obtained after hire)
  • Working knowledge of the PTQ standards for Licensed Early Childhood Centers, Licensed Early Childhood Homes, Legally Licensed Exempt Programs in Public Schools, and Unlicensed Early Childhood Ministries and of early childhood embedded practices.
  • Strong observational and analytical skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to provide constructive feedback and support for continuous improvement.
  • Detail-oriented with a focus on accuracy and thoroughness.
  • Proficient in using assessment tools and technology.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team.
  • Strong organizational and time-management skills.

Preferred Experience and Skills

  • Three (3) or more years of experience as an early childhood teacher
  • One (1) or more years of experience as a supervisor/director/owner of an early childhood program
  • Fluent in English and Spanish

Frequent travel is expected for this position. Territory covered by this position will be southeast Indiana.  A personal reliable form of transportation is required along with a valid driver’s license and proper state required auto insurance.

Supervisory Responsibility

This position has no supervisory responsibility.

Work Environment
This is a remote position. Some flexibility in hours is allowed, but the employee must be available during the “core” work hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST and must work 40 hours each week to maintain full-time status. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.

Available Benefits

  • Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
  • Employer-funded Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA)
  • Company sponsored 401k
  • Paid Time Off

About TCC

TCC is the leading provider of early childhood education and care technology and services to state and local government agencies for the benefit of children, families, and providers.  Founded in 1996, TCC is a minority-owned business enterprise (MBE), with nearly 25 years of experience and 180 team members, including subject matter experts with deep expertise in early childhood business, program, and policy.  TCC has designed, developed, implemented, operated, and/or maintained early childhood solutions for state and local governments nationwide.  Importantly, we have a demonstrated track record of being nimble, flexible, and responsive as new legislation and changing technologies emerge.

  • TCC’s purpose is to improve the lives of children and families through innovative childcare and early education solutions.
  • Our mission is to be the nation’s leading partner to state and local childcare and early education agencies.
  • And we live by our values: customer satisfaction, innovation, integrity, respect, and valuing families.

For more information or to apply for this position please visit CLICK HERE.



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