Classified Title: Assistant Teacher
Salary: $11.72 - $16.11 per hour
Status: Part Time
School: School of Education
Location: JH Community at Eager Street
Location City: Baltimore
Location State: MD
Resume Required for Application: Yes
The Johns Hopkins University School of Education is launching a search for outstanding and passionate educators to join its founding education team.
At the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Early Childhood Center (ECC), team teachers will work alongside the lead teacher, assistant teacher, and mentor teacher to support personalized learning plans for children ages six weeks through three years and their families; implementing a full day, full year, early childhood care and learning program.
Team Teachers have at least one year of experience as an assistant teacher, aide or intern in an early childhood or child care center setting, have knowledge of infant-toddler with a track record of positive collegial collaboration. Team Teachers are reliable and energetic, and committed to the rigor of working in a high-quality learning center for young children.
ABOUT THE HARRY and JEANNETTE WEINBERG EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
The Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Early Childhood Center (ECC) at the Henderson-Hopkins Campus is a unique university-assisted community partnership operated by the Johns Hopkins University School of Education (SOE) to serve young children of families who live and work in the EBDI community; to ensure, from the prenatal period through pre-kindergarten, that all children are healthy, supported and ready to succeed in school. With the extraordinary potential to create a high-performing early learning site, the new Early Childhood Center, will serve a diverse, mixed-income community of over 170 students and their families.
Through the nurturing and sustenance of a state-of-the-art early childhood facility, highly -trained faculty and staff, a rigorous curriculum, an exceptional adjacent K-8 community school, health suite, auditorium, gymnasium and family resource center, the ECC will pursue the latest, most effective research-based approaches to meet the needs of all students, their families and a revitalized East Baltimore community.
Using a blended funding model to achieve mixed-income goals to promote maximum diversity, the young learner population of the Early Childhood Center will include families from federally subsidized Early Head Start and Head Start, as well as families paying market-rate tuition.
Key features of the nearly 30,000 sq. ft. early childhood facility include:
Purposeful Planning and Instruction
Effective Learning Environment
Family and Community Partnership
Actively supports effective partnerships with families by:
High school diploma/GED and a current Infant-Toddler CDA credential required. AA degree in early childhood education (preferred) and may be substituted for the current Infant-Toddler CDA credential.