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Position Summary This position is responsible for growing the graduation rate of the College by providing leadership to a program that offers Pine Manor College students the opportunity for field-work experience in the area of Early Childhood Education: Health and Leadership. This role is for PINE MANOR COLLEGE and by applying, you understand you are an applicant of PMC and not Boston College
Position Scope Lead Teacher at the Pine Manor Child Study Center Teachers are responsible for implementing curriculum and assisting the Lead Teacher with the overall management of the classroom. Teachers supervise the children, plan activities, interact with families and interact with other team teachers. All Teachers will meet the Dept. of Early Education and Care qualifications for state certification. Responsibilities: Meet weekly with team teachers to discuss curriculum, plan, assess, and set goals for the program based on assessment of children. Set up room each morning and/or afternoon with activities for choice time Greet families at the beginning and/or end of the day Assist children with toileting and diapering and help children dress appropriately for the weather Interact with children and assess each child's progress Help the Lead Teachers with supervision of student teachers from Pine Manor College Supervise outdoor play with other team teachers Help with snack preparation, serving, and cleanup Organize curriculum materials daily Write a weekly curriculum plan with the other teachers in the team Attend Staff Meeting once/week Responsible for the general maintenance of the classroom, assisting in disinfecting tables, sweeping floors, reporting any broken or damaged materials and supplies to the Director Write progress reports every 6 months for half of the children in the class Report any suspected abuse or neglect to the Director Communicate Daily with Team Teachers Attend outside trainings, workshops, conferences to assist with career development including CPR and First Aid Training as required by EEC Meet with the Director annually to discuss staff evaluation and set career goals Assess the program with the team at least annually Qualifications Teachers must be at least 21 years of age or they must have a high school diploma or equivalent and have successfully completed 3 credits in Child Growth and Development and the amount of work experience combined with education as described by the Dept. of Early Education and Care. Prior experience working with children ages 3-5 is preferred. Team work and strong oral communication skills are essential. Working conditions include lifting 2 and 3 year old children at times, but minimally, and sitting on the floor and in pre-school sized chairs at various times throughout the day. Teachers will help Lead Teachers with the following duties and responsibilities: Apply Now by sending your resume to
Davida Bloom Child Study Center Director Pine Manor College 400 Heath Street Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 617-731-7039 office email@example.com Pine Manor College will require all students, faculty, and staff to be fully vaccinated (with FDA-approved COVID vaccines with emergency use authorization or World Health Organization (WHO) emergency use listing-approved vaccines) against COVID-19 before participating in any on-campus activity related to the 2021-2022 academic year. Exemptions will be granted for legitimate religious and medical reasons.
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