EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES

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INAEYC OPEN CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

The Indiana AEYC has a current opening for an Accounting Clerk in the Finance Department and is based out of the Indianapolis office. This full-time, non-exempt position reports to the Chief Financial Officer. This position is responsible for performing general accounting duties such as assisting with the Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable ledgers, data entry, administrative duties, and other clerical duties.

Qualifications:

  1. High School Diploma required. Postsecondary degree or certificate from an accredited university preferred.
  2. 5-7 years bookkeeping, accounting data entry or similar experience, preferably with fund accounting experience.
  3. Strong working knowledge of Excel and Microsoft office products.
  4. Experience with fund-based accounting programs such as Blackbaud Financial Edge or Abila MIP preferred.
  5. Applicant will be subject to a fingerprint-based national and state criminal history check as required by the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA), Office of
  6. Early Childhood and Out of School Learning (OECOSL).

Job Responsibilities:

  1. Oversee the input of Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable invoices for program and operational funds, checking for both proper approval and correct documentation.
  2. Oversee the input of ACH funds paid and received into Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable ledgers.
  3. Code invoices according to association policies and procedures.
  4. Matching internal Check Requests to invoices while confirming the amount billed is the same as on the Check Request. Make sure all supporting items have been received.
  5. Processing invoices for payment in the Accounts Payable department in timely manner according to invoice terms and association payment policies.
  6. Maintain “AccountsPayable@inaeyc.org” mailbox and distribute invoices to the correct department internally.
  7. Reconcile vendor statements. Investigate discrepancies as needed.
  8. Communications with vendors regarding issues with payment, invoices, etc.
  9. Maintain W-9 files in order to properly input into Accounts Payable system.
  10. Process remote deposits of checks and enter into accounting software.
  11. Create lists for claim processing documentation, including reconciling the General Ledger with program scholarship lists.
  12. Filing, both paper and electronic as necessary.
  13. Maintain computerized vendor and customer records.
  14. Maintain Accounts Payable physical and electronic files.
  15. Assist with compiling documentation for year-end audit.
  16. Access computerized financial information to answer general questions as well as those related to specific Accounts Receivable or Accounts Payable accounts.
  17. Assist the accounting team as needed.
  18. Ability to stand or sit for long periods of time.
  19. Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
  20. Other duties as assigned.

Skills and Attributes:

1. Demonstrate strong attention to detail.
2. Demonstrated successful ability to input data with a high accuracy rating.
3. Ability to be highly analytical and organized.
4. Successfully work in a team setting.
5. Strong communication skills.
6. Able to work with minimal supervision.
7. Highly ethical with a strong commitment to the mission of the Association.
8. Ability to multi-task, flexibility to adapt to change in procedures.
9. Demonstrated successful ability to organize and prioritize work to ensure timely deadlines.

The Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children is an equal opportunity employer. Indiana AEYC is committed to the practice of fair employment, compensation and promotion without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, ancestry, age, status as a veteran or any other category protected by Federal, State and local laws.

For more information or to apply for this position please reference Job # 664 and CLICK HERE.

OTHER OPEN CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

ADMINISTRATORS

New Beginnings Child Care is a ministry-based child care program looking for a dedicated individual to serve as the Director.  Competitive pay is based on education and experience.  The facility is located in Crawfordsville, Indiana.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The Director of New Beginnings Child Care is responsible for developing, delivering, and managing all child care programs.  They are responsible for ensuring that a safe, developmentally appropriate faith-based environment is provided for the children.  The Director oversees all staff, schedules, and record keeping, including but not limited to attendance, medical, legal, and developmental records.  The Director is responsible for maintaining positive relationships with the staff, parents, and advisory board.

Requirements:

  1. Child Development Associate credential, Early Childhood or equivalent degree
  2. Willing to follow established curriculum and faith-based environment
  3. Strong work ethic
  4. Ability to multi-task and handle stressful situations
  5. Strong skills working with diverse groups including parents, staff, and board
  6. Supervisory experience and proven leadership skills

Preferences:

  1. CPR/First Aid certification
  2. Proficiency with Microsoft Office
  3. Fund development skills including grant writing

To be considered, a resume must be submitted to admin@mcysb.org by 9-21-22.

9.8.22

TEACHERS

Christian Church Daycare in Wadesville has a Preschool Teacher position available. Applicants must be able to work full-time (40 hours per week) Monday – Friday without any other regular obligations interfering.

They are looking for a loving, responsible, and fun individual to help nurture, teach, and care for preschool-age children.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to creating lessons, engaging with children in a variety of activities, facilitating play and learning, ensuring children’s basic needs are met, and loving each child like he or she is your own as their parents are at work.

REQUIREMENTS:

Must have a high school diploma & pass bac
kground check and drug screen.
Must have CDA or higher in Early Childhood Education OR be ready and willing to enroll in courses within one year of hire date.

BENEFITS & SALARY:

Benefits include:

  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Personal Development days
  • Annual Bonus & hourly pay raise

The salary is flexible based on level of qualification and experience.

To apply for this position, please contact Allison Richardt at christianchurchdaycare@gmail.com

11/14/22

Christian Church Daycare in Wadesville has an Infant and Toddler Teacher position available. Applicants must be able to work Monday – Friday without any other regular obligations interfering.  Full and part-time hours are available.

They are looking for a loving, responsible, and fun individual to help nurture, teach, and care for infant and toddler-aged children.

REQUIREMENTS:

Must have a high school diploma or GED & pass a bac
kground check and drug screen. Meals are provided to staff daily. 

BENEFITS & SALARY:

Benefits include:

  • Paid personal development days (scheduled annually)
  • Holiday pay
  • Paid time off
  • Annual Bonus & hourly pay raise

The salary is flexible based on level of qualification and experience.

To apply for this position, please contact Allison Richardt at christianchurchdaycare@gmail.com

 

11/14/22

The Wanamaker Early Learning Center, Franklin Township Community School Corporation has an immediate opening for a Half Day Preschool Instructor. This is a Classified/Hourly position and reports to the Early Childhood Director.

JOB GOAL

A Half Day Preschool instructor will facilitate individual student growth by implementing developmentally appropriate instruction, as well as overseeing the program of full-day childcare for each child enrolled. The Instructor will monitor student learning through assessment, data analysis, and targeted instruction to ensure students are making appropriate progress. The instructor will promote a well-rounded program; fostering the intellectual, social, and physical development of their students while ensuring basic needs are met at all times. The Instructor will enter into a partnership with parents in the education of their children. The Preschool Instructor will collaborate with assistants to ensure continuity of care is taking place.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Implements a curriculum that is comprehensive of the standards, making lesson plans visible to parents and center staff
  • Designs an environment, routine, and structure to maximize learning
  • Utilizes assessment that is flexible to accommodate different methods of demonstrating learning
  • Uses and reports on the program’s common formative assessments; Analyzes assessment data to inform instruction
  • Communicates with parents to keep them informed of their child’s progress and solicits help at home
  • Develops socially competent and emotionally resilient students
  • Routinely acknowledges students and provides positive attention in varying ways
  • Facilitates and models appropriate ways of resolving conflict and managing emotions
  • Ensures each student is challenged to move towards the next level of independence
  • Promotes the development of literacy skills by incorporating language-rich activities
  • Differentiates instruction to meet varying developmental levels, including challenging those who are proficient
  • Uses wait time effectively and a hierarchy of prompting to promote independence
  • Utilizes WELCs communication tool to share group updates and student-specific information
  • Supervises classroom assistants, providing training and communication to ensure assistants can meet children’s needs
  • Complies with Indiana’s Licensed Childcare Center regulations
  • Maintain constant supervision of students assigned to him/her and assure student safety throughout the instructional day
  • Complete required training including annual first aid/CPR, health and safety, and others as deemed necessary for the position.
  • Maintain student confidentiality for all students enrolled in the school
  • Make positive contributions to the culture and climate of the FTCSC
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A minimum of a Child Development Associates Credential, Bachelors in an educational area preferred.
  • Experience leading instruction in a preschool classroom
  • Must complete pre-employment requirements for a licensed childcare center: drug screen, physical, TB test, and fingerprint background check.
  • The ability to meet the physical demands of stooping, kneeling, sitting in low/small chairs, and transferring/lifting a student to assist them from their wheelchair or other adaptive devices.
  • Ability to actively engage students in lessons and discussions.
  • The stamina to maintain an appropriate energy level to sustain the full instructional day.
  • Good teamwork, communication, and organizational skills. Sufficient patience and commitment to ensure academic success for all students.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

1. Seldom = Less than 25 %
2. Occasional = 26 to 50 %
3. Often = 51 to 75 %
4. Very Frequent = 76 % & above

  • Ability to stand for extended periods of time. (3)
  • Ability to lift 35 lbs. (2)
  • Ability to carry 35 lbs. (2)
  • Ability to work at a desk, conference table, or in meetings of various configurations. (2)
  • Ability to see for the purpose of reading laws and codes, rules and policies, and other printed matter. (4)
  • Ability to hear and understand speech at normal levels. (4)
  • Ability to communicate so others will be able to clearly understand a normal conversation. (4)
  • Ability to operate office equipment. (3)
  • Ability to reach in all directions. (4)

REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION:

The FTCSC will comply with all legal requirements relating to reasonable accommodation for employees and job applicants.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:

185 days per year per school calendar.
Voluntary opportunity to work over school calendar breaks.

EVALUATION:
Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on Evaluations of Professional Personnel.

 

If you have questions about this job opportunity, please email or call Melissa Drier at melissa.drier@ftcsc.org or 317.860.4501. 

To apply for this position please visit https://ftcsc.org

 

10/27/22

 

 

Early Learning Community (ELC) is looking for a teacher to join our school family. ELC is a
Paths to quality Level 3 non-profit early childhood program located in Johnson County.

We are looking for someone who

  • Fun, creative and collaborative teachers
  • Loves to learn and understands the important of promoting curiosity with children
  • Has a passion for education and fostering the growth and development of young minds
  • Believes that children learn through play
  • Wants to be a part of a school family that prioritizes social/emotional development
  • Partners with Families in the education of their young children
  • Desires the opportunity to have an impact and visibility on a smaller teaching team that values contributions and creative inputs

Bonus Points

  • If you have a CDA or Early Childhood degree
  • If you have experience with young children preferably in a classroom setting
  • If you are willing to further education in Early Childhood through trainings and other opportunities

The Schedule

Full-Time: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm ET
Part Time: Wednesday – Friday, 8:00am-2:00pm ET

The Perks!

  • We follow a school calendar, so summers and holidays are off (8 weeks for summer)
  • $13-17 an hour based on experience and education
  • We value professional development and provide free training opportunities for all teachers
  • Simple IRA with organization match
  • Brand new building with two floors and dedicated teacher workspace/breakroom

If you have questions regarding the position or would like to apply, please contact Dawn Underwood at dawn@jclearningcenters.com or 317-530-9999.

10/18

Do you have a passion for teaching, inspiring, and lifting up those around you? Do you have a positive, optimistic outlook that you would like to share within a small, privately owned program? If so, this job may just be for you! The Tot Spot is looking for talented individuals to join our diverse team of childcare professionals. We are looking for caring, hard-working, and dedicated people to share their love of children and learning with our community.

For more information or to apply, visit www.ilovethetotspot.com/careers

If you have questions regarding this position, please email Le Andra at leandra@ilovethetotspot.com

9.8.22

ASSISTANT TEACHERS
Do you have a passion for helping young children learn and  grow? We are looking for energetic assistant preschool teachers that are excited to help children grow spiritually, socially, emotionally, cognitively, and physically. We offer a supportive environment for you to grow professionally and personally. A preschool teacher must have a great love and patience for children. Experience in a preschool or classroom setting is preferred.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist Lead Teacher with creating and implementing lesson plans based on the curriculum requirements and Indiana Early Learning Standards
  • Assist Lead Teacher with designing an inviting, safe, and developmentally appropriate environment
  • Maintain open lines of communication with co-workers and parents
  • Follow a daily schedule
  • Assist Lead Teacher with maintaining observation information on children to assess their needs educationally and socially
  • Teach and model Christian values, morals, stories, principles, and traditions
  • Ensure all center policies and state regulations are met

To apply please send a resume to Emily Plummer at eplummer@cvfumc.org or visit our website at https://www.rainbowsandrhymes.com/careers for more information.

11/9/22

  • Assist group supervisor with both long and short range activities accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice and program philosophy
  • Provide input for bi-annual assessment of children’s development
  • Maintain daily open communication with parents
  • Keep accident reports
  • Maintain anecdotal records
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Report any suspect abuse to supervisor
  • Arrange a classroom environment in accordance to program goals and philosophy
  • Maintain a safe and healthy environment
  • Inspect and replace damaged or lost materials
  • Attend in-service and staff meetings
  • Keep all appropriate records such as records, attendance, and timecards.
  • Meet all applicable licensing regulations

8/2

Do you have a passion for teaching, inspiring, and lifting up those around you? Do you have a positive, optimistic outlook that you would like to share within a small, privately owned program? If so, this job may just be for you! The Tot Spot is looking for talented individuals to join our diverse team of childcare professionals. We are looking for caring, hard-working, and dedicated people to share their love of children and learning with our community.

For more information or to apply, visit www.ilovethetotspot.com/careers

If you have questions regarding this position, please email Le Andra at leandra@ilovethetotspot.com

9/8/22

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education (preferred) with five (5) years of professional experience
  2. Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education (or equivalent) with a minimum of eight (8) years of professional experience
  3. 15 years of Early Childhood Education program or Childcare center experience

DUTIES

  1. Function in a manner consistent with the teachings of mission of St. John’s Lutheran Church and the LCMS (Lutheran Church Missouri Synod)
  2. Report to the Director and keeps abreast of OST activities and issues
  3. Drive to continuously improve and grow the OST program and promote St. John’s and its ministry; Publicly promote the early childhood program to increase enrollment
  4. Interact positively and appropriately with children while being a role model
  5. Exhibit Christian concern for all; show sensitivity to the needs of others; care about others’ feelings; maintain confidence; be respectful of others.
  6. Maintain poise, punctuality, enthusiasm, dependability, loyalty, creativity, trustworthiness, adaptability, and a positive self-concept.
  7. Maintain accurate, detailed, and confidential records required by state and federal agencies
  8. Punctually and properly complete all necessary paperwork for LLEP, CCDF, HCCF, OMWPK, accreditation, etc.
  9. Communicate effectively with children, staff, parents, and other members of the general public
  10. Excellent administrative skills, Word, Excel, detail oriented, and organized
  11. Monitor the collection of fees
  12. Actively promote personal and professional development. Maintain membership in professional organizations and associations. Membership implies active participation.
  13. Perform physical activities such as, but not limited to, lifting children, lifting heavy items (up to 50 lbs.), unassisted; bending; standing; climbing; or walking.
  14. Supervise and evaluates the OST – (Out of School Time Program), teachers and families
  15. Provide guidance and assistance to the OST programs
  16. Provide weekly meetings and or Professional Development opportunities
  17. Provide teachers with training opportunities to ensure all state requirements are met with the direction of the director
  18. Observe classrooms regularly and evaluates teachers while providing constructive feedback and future goals
  19. Review classroom schedules, events/special guest/activities/fieldtrips, curriculum, weekly lesson plans, newsletters and notes sent home
  20. Train early childhood /aftercare and out of school time educators; provide as a liaison to the hiring and termination process
  21. Create a schedule for trained and qualified OST teachers
  22. Direct/coordinate aftercare and summer activities
  23. Collaborate with the director and staff regarding scheduling, supervision, finances, etc.
  24. Assess developmental levels of children
  25. Organize various activities throughout the year
  26. Volunteer for extracurricular activities throughout the year; 1 per each quarter

8/2/2022

SUPPORT ROLES

Special Education Preschool Paraprofessional – Studebaker Center – South Bend Community School Corporation

Job Description:

Position Title: Special Education Paraprofessional

Immediate Supervisor: Special Education Teacher, Building Administrator, District Support Team

Position Summary:

  • Monitor students during arrival, lunch, recess and dismissal times
  • Assist in classroom instruction under the direction of the general education and special education teacher
  • Implement Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIPs) as written in the IEP
  • Assist students in following classroom schedule
  • Record and summarize data as directed by the special education teacher
  • Maintain daily communication with special education teacher
  • Assist in the modification/accommodation of classroom work according to the individual student’s IEP
  • Assist the special education teacher in providing appropriate individualized services to assist students in their inclusionary services
  • Maintain confidentiality of student information
  • Follow all employee practices listed in the Paraprofessional Employees Agreement

Qualifications:

  • Pass Para-Pro examination or have 60 hours of college credit
  • High school diploma
  • Previous experience with children or students with special needs.
  • Demonstrated ability to work well with others and understand individual students’ needs
  • Ability to accurately record and summarize data as directed by the special education teacher
  • Willingness to participate in pre and ongoing training programs
  • Understand the individual needs of students as described in their IEP
  • Ability to lift student if necessary (all students over 40 pounds are a 2-person lift).

Duties:

  • Support the needs of special education students or other special education staff in the building as directed
  • Assist substitute teachers and paraprofessionals in adapting to needs of students and daily schedule of activities
  • Assist students as needed to achieve individual goals and objectives for their IEPs
  • Implement behavior and support plans as described in the students’ IEPs
  • Assist in classroom instruction under the direction of general and special education teachers
  • Assist with toileting and/or diapering as needed.
  • Assist with feeding as needed.

Works in standard office and school building environments. Must be able to work regularly scheduled hours. Must be able to handle stress.

If you have questions regarding the position please email Angela Jackson, Principal at amandajackson@sb.school

To apply click here.

9.26.22

  • Assist staff with both long- and short-range activities in accordance with curriculum objectives, developmentally appropriate practice, and program philosophy.
  • Maintain daily open communication with parents
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Report any suspect abuse to supervisor
  • Arrange a classroom environment in accordance to program and philosophy
  • Maintain a safe and healthy environment
  • Inspect and replace damaged or lost materials
  • Attend in-service and staff meetings
  • Keep all appropriate records such as records, attendance, and time materials
  • Meet all applicable licensing regulations

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