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posted 8/13/20

 

Tamalpais-Strawberry Preschools is hiring 3 day/week and 5 day/week teachers immediately!

Come join our Tiburon or Mill Valley team working 3 days/week or 5 days/week from 8:30-2 daily.  We are opening Aug 24th with training days Aug 17-20.  Salary begins at $20.00 + additional pay depending on education and experience.  

Health Insurance, flexible spending plans available + personal time, sick leave and paid holidays.

 

Submit resume asap to Rose Lofrano, rosetsp1@yahoo.com, (415) 246-4941

 

The Preschool at Marin Primary & Middle School is hiring Assistant teachers for the coming school year. Come join our wonderful team!
 

We have two available opportunities:
● Classroom teacher assistants, 8:30-1:00, Monday-Friday
● Aftercare teacher assistants, 3:00-6:00, Monday-Friday

 

Our school year begins on August 31st. All current health and safety requirements carefully followed within small, stable cohorts of children.
Please contact Amy Taylor, Preschool Director, for more information at ataylor@mpms.org or call 628-777-3270

posted 7/30/20

Mill Valley Nursery School is hiring!

Job Description:
Due to COVID-19, parent participation at our cooperative preschool will be limited and classroom structure will change for the upcoming school year. Mill Valley Nursery School is seeking a Teacher for the next school year starting the end of August 2020 through the first week in June 2021, with the possibility of future extension.
Job Responsibilities:
The teacher will perform the following duties in accordance with the ethics and standards of current practices and follow the MVNS Bylaws, Standing Rules, Policies, and Procedures:
● Help create a safe environment for preschool aged children, ages 3-5.
● Assist Director in implementing play-based curriculum, assembling materials and setting up school environment
● Provide guidance to children during playtime and adapt to meet the interests and learning styles of individual children
● Develop and maintain positive relationships with children and parents
● Guide parents potentially working in the classroom
● Clean equipment at end of the school day
● Require working outdoors in various weather conditions
● Attend staff meetings
● Keep up-to-date on first aid and CPR certification, and any other
requirements of licensing
● Other duties as necessary
Required Qualifications:
● At least 12 CEU semester units in early childhood education and at least
50 hours of teaching experience over 6 months
● Must be able to effectively communicate with children and parents
● Have current CPR and First Aid training, mandated reporting training and
Integrated Pest Management training pertaining to pesticides

● Obtain a new TB test with negative result or TB risk assessment, and comply with California immunization and reporting requirements (Measles, and Pertussis vaccines are up-to-date)
● Applicants must pass a criminal background check and be eligible to work in the U.S.
● Applicant must meet all qualifications set by CA DSS Community Care Licensing for a title 22 Program
Schedule:
The Teacher position is a four-day work week, with each day consisting of 5 hours. This teacher will be one of two teachers on site, sharing supervision of a single pod (15 children or less) of multi-age children 3-5 years of age.
Preferred Qualifications:
● Experience or knowledge of cooperative preschools
● Demonstrate commitment to personal professional growth and learning Compensation:
Competitive hourly wage ($28 - $33 per hour) based on experience and education level. This is a part time position and there are no benefits at this time.  Paid Holiday if it lands on your workday.
About MVNS:
MVNS is located at 51 Shell Road in Mill Valley. Our school follows a Play Based Philosophy where we can explore and learn through play, observation and social interactions. Here at MVNS, children are able to be themselves and grow, while learning respect and appreciation of others and other living things. Where a child’s natural enthusiasm for learning is encouraged while providing opportunities to be successful
and challenged. Here, a child can learn and feel a high sense of self worth and pride in their accomplishments. The Parents make a commitment to learn along with their children. Parents gain insight into their child’s development and strengthen their child rearing skills through informal observations, staff meetings and Parent Education Nights.
Apply:
Please send resume, cover letter and other inquiries to the Director at director@millvalleynurseryschool.org by August 15, 2020.

Marin Enrichment Preschool and School Age program, located on Bacich Elementary School's campus is looking for a fun and loving candidate who is passionate about children, teaching, and willing to work as a team player. A candidate who can relate positively to young children and can assist us in creating a cheerful environment for our children and our parents. 

 

We plan on reopening our program on August 25th in small stable pods of 6-8 children in outdoor classrooms.

Our preschool program is looking for a lead teacher with 12 early childhood education units. Hours are 8:00am-2:00pm, 5 days a week. Salary will be based on experience. 

 

Our school age program(kindergarten-4th) is looking for lead teachers and teacher’s aides. Hours are 8:00am-2:00pm or 2:00pm-6:15pm or full time, 5 days a week. Our competitive salaries are be based on experience.  

 

 

Please email our Director, Caitlin Schmitt at marinenrichment@gmail.com or call (415) 686-2947 if you are interested.

posted on 7/17/20

North Marin Community Center

North Marin Community Services (NMCS) is a one-of-a-kind 501c3 non-profit agency with a mission to empower youth, adults, and families in our diverse community to achieve well-being, growth, and success. Join our management team and become a part of the NMCS community filled with youth, adults and families, and a dedication to providing a supportive, professional working environment. We value teamwork and collaboration, cultural humility, excellence, integrity, and learning and continuous improvement. Visit www.northmarincs.org for more information us.


Job Title: Full-Time School Age Head Teacher
Status: 40 hours/week non-exempt position. Schedule is Monday-Friday; hours range: 7am–6pm
Salary Range: $21-$23/hour. Generous benefit package including generous medical, vision, and dental benefits, life insurance, paid time off, up to 2% retirement employer match, Employee Assistance Program, up to $500 annual tuition reimbursement and childcare discount.
Reports to: Child Development Program Manager


Purpose: To enjoy working with children and supervising them in a School Age setting; supporting children’s development in a nurturing, kind manner with emphasis on positive discipline. Serve as classroom lead, creating a positive, culturally affirming climate. Head Teacher has overall responsibility of curriculum, classroom routines, parent-teacher conferences, child observations/assessments, and offers support to other classroom staff. Head Teacher must comply with program and agency-wide policies and procedures.
 

Essential Functions:
Head Teacher Role: Supervise SA groups (K-8th) of children from diverse backgrounds and lead development and implementation of weekly spark and/or Social and Emotional lesson plans/curricula.
Observe and assess children’s development and conduct annual classroom climate evaluation utilizing approved tools (DRDP and SACERS); integrate results into classroom curriculum and lesson plans.
Effectively engage parents in supporting their child’s development; serve as lead in parent meetings and conferences; distribute parent educational materials; address issues directly, as appropriate and seek guidance from Program Director when necessary.
Actively participate in bi-weekly head teacher meetings, hold weekly classroom team meetings, and attend all staff meetings. Disseminate information from meetings and professional development activities to other teachers, as appropriate.
Ensure positive and open communication with team of teachers, other Head Teachers, and Program Director.
Responsible for ensuring professionalism, respecting confidentiality, and following agency procedures regarding conflict resolution. Works well with others as part of a team. 
Work closely with Program Director to foster a positive, culturally affirming climate in the classroom and obtain guidance, as needed. Follow procedures listed in the Employee Handbook and COVID-19 Teacher’s Guidelines.
 

Administrative Support: In partnership with the School Age Assistant Manager, oversee scheduling and coordination of field trips, summer activity planning, check requests, etc. Assist Child Development Program Director with DRDP software functions and aggregate data for annual report. Serve as a contact for teacher, student, or parent issues. Coordinate with School Age Assistant Manager and manage supply budget. Plan and implement school age summer field trips. Serve as driver for School Age before and after school program.

In the absence of the School Age Assistant Manager and with the support of the Child Development Coordinator, will coordinate daily staff and program schedule to ensure teacher/child ratio, will take lead on program activities and field trips.
Communicate daily with Program Director in regards to ratios and staff scheduling; Head Teacher is responsible for maintaining appropriate ratios and staffing by permit status in classroom; work pro-actively with Program Director to develop a substitute teacher list that ensures consistency within the classrooms. Provide anecdotes related to the outcomes of the logic model (children success stories). Direct employee relations to Program Director and support as requested. Work closely with other Head Teachers to facilitate children transitions; implement a clear plan to ensure their readiness. Maintain current Child Development Permit (see minimum qualifications below), CPR and First Aid Certification. Be a strong ambassador for the agency including knowing and adhering to the agency’s mission, values and programs; referring program participants; and engaging volunteers and donors when possible. Complete any related tasks assigned by CEO, Child Development Program Director, or School Age Assistant Manager.

Minimum qualifications:

  • Associate Teacher Permit or higher. Minimum 12+ Early Childhood Education Units (ECE), including core courses or Multi-Subject Teacher credential. Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply.

  • A minimum of 21 hours of professional development and/or academic coursework is required to maintain CA teacher’s permit.

  • Current CPR/First Aid certification (willing to pay for training if needed)

 

Other Requirements:
Supervise and interact with children, requiring a full range of motion to lift, reach, squat, climb, sit, and otherwise fully participate in activities. Job may include walking up and down stairs, standing, lifting and moving small items of up to 25 lbs. Candidate must pass a livescan background check and a pre-employment health exam including proof of vaccinations and TB test clearance (costs reimbursed). An applicant with a conviction, other than a minor traffic violation, including a misdemeanor and/or felony, will not receive background clearance. Maintain current CPR and First Aid Certification (willing to send to training).

 

To apply for this position:
Please submit your resume and cover letter by e-mail to: HR@northmarincs.org

 

Equal Opportunity
NMCS is an equal opportunity employer; we welcome and encourage all qualified candidates to apply. We value our differences and respect everyone. If you need accommodation in the application process, please contact hr@northmarincs.org or 415-892-1643 ext. 224.

posted on 7/15/20

University of Play

Play-based preschool in San Rafael is interviewing for a preschool teacher & a preschool teacher's aide.

We are an established preschool that is providing childcare to Essential Workers.

The hours are Monday through Friday 9am - 4pm.


We offer: 
- A Fun & Hardworking Team
- Play-Based Environment
- Medical, Sick Pay & Dental Benefits after 30 days 
- Holiday & Vacation after 3 months

The right person is:
- Loves Kids
- Flexible, Patient & Fun
- High energy team player who can keep up with our fun atmosphere
- Minimum of 2 year experience & 12 ECE units for Teachers, 6 ECE units for Teacher's Aide
- CPR certified , TB tested & Fingerprints (LiveScan)
- Has no problem working in a team or following direction

 

If you are interested, please contact Sylvia Ballenger at sylviauop@sbcglobal.net

posted on 7/10/2020

Mill Valley Nursery School is hiring!

 

MVNS is located at 51 Shell Road in Mill Valley. Our school follows a Play Based Philosophy where we can explore and learn through play, observation and social interactions. Here at MVNS, children are able to be themselves and grow, while learning respect and appreciation of others and other living things. Where a child’s natural enthusiasm for learning is encouraged while providing opportunities o be successful and challenged. Here, a child can learn and feel a high sense of self worth and pride in their accomplishments.

The Parents make a commitment to learn along with their children. Parents gain insight into their child’s development and strengthen their child rearing skills through informal observations, staff meetings and Parent Education Nights. Due to COVID-19 we need to change our structure, our parent participation will be limited and classroom structure will change for the upcoming school year. We need an additional qualified teacher to help teach in our 6.5 hour per day program.

We are seeking one teacher for the school year starting the end of August 2020 through the first week in June 2021, with the possibility of future extension.

 

Schedule: Group A,  10-12 children Monday and Tuesday 8:30-3:00pm then the next week Group B, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30-3:00 then alternate each week after that. Each group will have 2 working/co-oping Parents and a teacher. These groups will NOT be at school on the same days thus having a “Stable Cohort/Bubble” of 10-12 students each day. On the days that the teacher is not there the Director will be the teacher with the Co-oping Parents of the group.

 

Job Responsibilities:

The teacher will perform the following duties in accordance with the ethics and standards of current practices and follow the MVNS Bylaws, Standing Rules, Policies, and Procedures:

  • Help create a safe environment for preschool aged children, ages 3-5.

  • Assist Director in implementing play-based curriculum, assembling materials and setting up the school environment.

  • Provide guidance to children during playtime and adapt to meet the interests and learning styles of individual children

  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with children and parents

  • Guide parents potentially working in the classroom

  • Clean equipment at end of the school day

  • Require working outdoors in various weather conditions

  • Attend staff meetings

  • Keep up-to-date on first aid and CPR certification, and any other requirements of licensing

  • Other duties as necessary

 

Required Qualifications:

  • At least 12 semester units of coursework in early childhood education and at least 50 hours of teaching experience over 6 months

  • Must be able to effectively communicate with children and parents

  • Have current CPR and First Aid training, mandated reporting training and Integrated Pest Management training pertaining to pesticides

  • Obtain a new TB test with negative result or TB risk assessment, and comply with California immunization and reporting requirements (Measles, and Pertussis vaccines are up-to-date)

  • Applicant must pass a criminal background check and be eligible to work in the U.S.

  • Applicant must meet all qualifications set by CA DSS Community Care Licensing for a title 22 Program

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience or knowledge of cooperative preschools

  • Demonstrate commitment to personal professional growth and learning.

 

Compensation

Competitive hourly wage based on experience and education level.  ($18.00-$27.50 per hour)

This is a part time positions there are no benefits at this time.

Paid Holiday if it lands on your workday.

 

Please send resume, cover letter and other inquires to the Director at director@millvalleynurseryschool.org by July 31,2020.

 

It is MVNS policy to consider all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex,

national origin, ethnicity, age, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, gender, identity, gender, expression, marital status, ancestry, medical condition, genetic information, military or veteran status, or other protected category under the law.

posted on 6/23/2020

The Little School-Tiburon is hiring a part-time Teacher

Job Description:

  • Part-time 25+ hours

  • $18-$20/hour depending on education and experience.

 

Job Requirements:

  • 12 ECE units

  • Background check and TB test

  • CPR and First Aid certified

 

Please contact Heather Dobrin via email: tibkids@earthlink.net

 

posted on 6/02/2020

 

North Bay Children Center IS HIRING A TEACHER

Job Description:

  • Full time teacher.

  • $16-$20 an hour plus health benefits.

Requirements:

  • 12 ECE units

  • Pass a background and TB test

  • CPR certified

 

Please contact Teri Porter, Area Director Novato at: 415.883.6222 x16, for more information.

 

 

 

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