Are you an experienced Early Childhood teacher? Everett Community College's Early Learning Center is currently seeking a Lead Teacher to start fall quarter. We seek teachers who are committed to providing high quality, developmentally appropriate education for our children one to five years, as well as mentoring our student teachers in the Center. • Create and implement a culturally relevant, developmentally appropriate curriculum and environment that meets state licensing andNAEYC accreditation criteria.• Build positive relationships with children and families through daily classroom activities, communication and documentation, and regular parent teacher conferences, family nights and open houses.• Perform developmental screenings and make referrals when necessary. • Document all child, classroom and professional development activities needed to meet state licensing andNAEYC accreditation criteria.• Guide the work of an Early Childhood Program Specialist 1, part time hourly, student, and community and parent volunteers.• Act as part of a reflective responsible learning community to build an early learning program and practices that contribute to the success of individual students, the goals of the Early Learning Center and the strategic initiatives of Everett Community College.Qualifications:• Two years of experience working in an early childhood program• Associate (or higher) degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field, with the equivalent of 30 college credits in Early Childhood Education/Education/Special Education with a relevant field-based experience. • Ability to stay in compliance with all licensing and NAEYC accreditation requirements.• Ability to exercise sensitivity in dealing with individuals of diverse socio-economic backgrounds, cognitive and physical abilities as well as with individuals of diverse cultural ethnic backgrounds.• Valid CPR/First Aid Certification, Blood borne Pathogens training, Food Handler's Permit or willingness to acquire the training(s) upon acceptance of the position.• Ability to pass a DSHS Criminal History and Background inquiry and provide a record of tuberculin skin test results.Preferred:• Bachelor's degree or higher in any discipline, with a minimum of 60 quarter credits in Early Childhood Education/Education/Special education and a relevant field-based experience in an accredited early learning program.• Knowledge of family support practices, multicultural competence and experience working with a diverse population.• Competence using computers and digital photography.• Commitment to reflective practice and further professional development.The shift can change but is typically 7.5 hours per day, (scheduled based on enrollment) between the hours that theELCis open, which are currently 7:15 am to 5:15 pm. Hours may include 2-3 evenings per month for family events, meetings or training. This position works 10 months per year.Salary $2,797 to $3,640 per month (DOE) plus benefits– Medical, Dental, Vision, Retirement, and more.Apply online by August 1, 2017: http://employment.everettcc.edu/postings/3720Or at www.everettcc.edu/jobs Copyright ©2017 Jobelephant.com Inc. All rights reserved. Posted by the FREE value-added recruitment advertising agency jeid-7362ed00b4de6e42832662d5cfd97bf5
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