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posted on 11/20/2020

F/T LEAD PRESCHOOL TEACHER
NOAH'S ARK PRESCHOOL MARIN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY - Novato, CA
Salary/Range: BOE
Website: www.NoahsArkNovato.com

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR
Noah’s Ark Preschool i s a ministry of New Life Church and is part of Marin Christian Academy in Novato, CA. Our school has been serving children and families in Marin and surrounding counties since 1979. We take pride in providing quality care with emphasis on learning through play . This is a full day / year round program. We believe children learn through the experiences that we as teachers provide and help to facilitate. We have a team atmosphere, working together with an amazing family of teachers and support staff. We serve 90-100 children every year, ages 2-TK.
Interested applicants please send resume to fchor@MarinChristian.org or call 415-892-5713 .

 

Minimum Qualifications:
*Passion and creativity to inspire children to learn in the culturally diverse setting.
*Child Development Teacher Permit, Associate Permit, or in the process of acquiring.
*Ability to speak, read, and write English fluently (Bilingual a plus).
*Fingerprint clearance, Negative TB test, CPR & First Aid Certification, Immunizations per State of CA requirements.
*Physical ability to lift and carry up to 60 lbs if necessary & move quickly when required.
*Relate to children, parents, and staff in a professional, loving and respectful manner at all times.
*Knowledge of Handwriting Without Tears & Houghton Mifflin Phonics a plus.
*Arrive on time, be present in mind and body, be prepped for the day, ready to play!​

posted on 11/5/2020

 

Marin Enrichment, located on Bacich Elementary School's campus on 699 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., is looking for a fun and loving candidate who is passionate about children, teaching, and willing to work as a team player. This person must have a warm and positive friendly personality, be sensitive to the feelings and needs of others, be able to relate well to children, and be willing to fulfill responsibilities in accordance with the school’s educational philosophy.

 

We are looking for an assistant director to help our current director with planning, managing, marketing, and directing Marin Enrichment. Our assistant director will teach and monitor children when needed and maintain our center’s paperwork, keeping files on each child and proof of meeting government regulations.

Salary is based on experience and applicant must have the required early childhood education units for site supervisor. Minimum qualifications for the ECE Program Site Supervisor position includes; a BA Degree with 24 ECE/CD units, 2 adult supervision units, 6 specialized units in infant/toddler, 3 units in supervised field experience and 2 to 3 years work experience in a supervisory role. This position requires a Program Director Permit or the ability to obtain the permit during the 90-day probationary period, pass the criminal background clearance and other required paperwork. 

 

Please email marinenrichment@gmail.com or call 415)686-2947 if you are interested.

posted 9/22/2020

Description

Child Care Instructor II (Preschool)

Full-Time (35 hours per week)

$2,899 - $3,524 per month

Plus excellent benefits

 

OPEN UNTIL FILLED:  Apply by March 2, 2020 for first consideration

 

THE POSITION:

The Library and Recreation Department (Child Care Division) is recruiting for a full-time Child Care Instructor II position in their Preschool Programming at Parkside Preschool.  Under the supervision of the Child Care Center Director, this position will provide developmental care and supervision to children enrolled in the childcare program; implement age appropriate curriculum for children; establish and maintain supportive relationships with children and parents; and other related duties as assigned.

This position performs the following essential job duties:      

  • Plan, implement and supervise developmental preschool programs.

  • Develop age-appropriate curriculum and activities to stimulate children’s cognitive skills, abilities and development.

  • Evaluate needs of children, staff and site in order to maintain a safe and healthy environment for children and staff.

  • Supervise the activities of children and records observations of children’s behavior and activities; monitor behavioral patterns and develops assessment and profiles.

  • Schedule parent conferences to discuss children’s development and concerns; work with family to devise learning and development strategies as necessary.

  • Maintain accurate attendance and enrollment records; maintain appropriate confidential records.

  • Supervise and coordinate the work of subordinate childcare staff.

  • Monitor and order classroom supplies and materials as needed.

To be eligible for this position you must have knowledge of: 

  • Early Childhood Development

  • Curriculum models such as CLASS and Pyramid training

  • Classroom management techniques

  • Appropriate disciplinary techniques

  • Oral and written communication skills

  • Group leadership and teaching skills

To be eligible for this position you must possess the ability to:

  • Plan and implement curriculum based on principles of Child Development.

  • Supervise and coordinate staff and children.

  • Establish and maintain positive working relationships.  Work cooperatively to achieve program goals.

  • Interact and communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with children, parents, staff, host school and community members.

  • Manage time, activities and resources effectively.

  • Work as scheduled.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: 

  • Completion of twelve (12) units of Early Childhood Education (ECE) courses.     

  • One year working with children in a Preschool setting.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Department of Justice and FBI fingerprint clearance

  • Prefer possession of a valid California Driver’s License

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:   

Must be able to perform physical activities such as but not limited to:  lifting or carrying children or heavy items (up to 40 lbs.) unassisted, reaching, bending, standing, or walking.  The employee is occasionally required to sit, climb or balance, twist, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS:   

City of San Rafael application is required.  A City of San Rafael application is required.  Resumes do not substitute for the City application.  Candidates should detail related education and experience on the application since this information will be used to determine who will be invited to participate in the next phase of the examination process.  The examination process may include the following:  application appraisal and oral board interview examination.  The passing point for the oral board examination final score will be 70%.  Prior to appointment, candidate must pass a pre-placement physical examination, drug screen, a background check, and fingerprinting.  To file an application, go online to www.calopps.org.  Select “Member Agencies”.  Select “San Rafael”.   Follow this link to apply for this position:  https://www.calopps.org/san-rafael/job-19975908

Reasonable Accommodation: The City of San Rafael will make reasonable accommodations in the interview process to accommodate disabled applicants. If you have a disability for which you require an accommodation, please contact us at (415) 485-3474 before the test date.

 

Benefits

The City of San Rafael offers an attractive compensation and benefits program.  The salary range for this position is $2,899 - $3,524 monthly, DOQ/DOE and a competitive benefits program including:

  • Retirement:  The City is a part of the Marin County Employee Retirement Association (MCERA) plan, which offers reciprocity between agencies in CalPERS (this is part of the 37 Act County System);  

    • Classic Employees – 2.7% @ at 55 formula, single highest year of compensation;

    • Tier 2 Employees – 2% @ 55 formula, highest three years of compensation.

    • PEPRA employees  -  hired after 1/1/13 or with 6-month break in service are eligible for a 2% at 62 formula, highest 3 year average compensation.

  • Health Insurance:  Full flex cafeteria plan which can be applied to a health plan or converted to cash (Employee Only - $745.00; Employee+1 - $1,088.01 Employee+Family - $1,115.82; Waive Coverage $300.00)

  • Life and Long Term Disability Insurance:  $5,000 basic and long-term disability is two-thirds of the salary up to $1,000 per month

  • Dental Insurance:  Fully paid premiums

  • Vision Insurance:  Fully paid employee premium

  • Deferred Comp

  • Annual Leave:  Vacation 10 days (1-3 years of service); 12 days per year; 11 holidays; 2 floating holidays 

  • And more...... 

Recruitment Contact

Contact phone: 

(415)485-3386

Contact email: 

Kelly.albrecht@cityofsanrafael.org

 

Current job opening with Community Action Marin’s Children and Family Services.
Job Title: Associate Teacher
Status: Full-time / Salaried / Non-Exempt
Salary Range: $30,328 - $37,954 + Benefits

 

To apply, send resume to: Kelsey Lombardi, Alignment Project Manager at klombardi@camarin.org
 

Job Summary: Under the supervision of the Teacher, assists in providing an enriched
classroom experience for children including helping to develop, implement and
facilitate developmentally appropriate activities and experiences for all the
children. In the absence of the Preschool Teacher, the Associate Teacher assumes
the responsibilities of the Teacher.


KEY RESULT AREA

Maintains the health, safety and well being of the classroom
 
Implements curriculum
 
Provide positive guidance
 
Provide an accepting environment
 
Positive Parent Relations
 
Contributes and collaborates with the team

Professionalism

 

KEY RESULT AREA OBJECTIVES/ACTIVITIES
1. Maintains the health, safety and well-being of the classroom
a) Builds a close personal relationship with each child while attending to the child’s physical, emotional, and developmental needs.
b) Prioritizes the supervision of children at all times.
c) Follow the Family Style Meals format of serving foods. Encourages mealtime conversations.
d) Supports prevention of illness through daily health checks, daily cleaning and sanitizing/disinfecting procedures and use of universal precautions.
e) Documents and reports child accidents using the Incident Reporting procedure.
2. Implements curriculum
a) Assists in design of the weekly lesson plan and its implementation throughout the day.
b) Observes children and provides differentiated instruction. Enters in observations online, weekly.
c) Contributes to an enriched environment that is challenging, engaging and organized.
3. Provides positive guidance
a) Uses a variety of positive guidance techniques such as redirection, logical choices and consequences. Supports student problem solving.
b) Reinforces positive behavior consistently.
c) Encourages children to understand and express their feelings.
d) Is physically and verbally nurturing and supportive.
e) Appropriately and effectively supports children during transition times.
4. Provides an accepting environment
a) Creates a warm, welcoming environment for children and parents.
b) Utilizes books, materials, and written words representing a diversity of cultures and languages reflected in the children/families.
c) Is inclusive of children with disabilities, and supports their IFSP/IEP.
5. Positive
Parent relations
a) Establishes positive and productive relationships with families and refers any parent concerns to the head teacher.
b) Shares information with parents on a regular basis regarding the growth and development of their child.
c) Works with classroom team to encourage parent participation in
their child’s education (school to home activities, volunteering,
attending parent events, etc.).
6. Contributes and collaborates with the classroom team.
a) Is a contributory team member, through activities, clear communication, and shared problem solving and decision making.
b) Follows the CFS program’s communication policy.
c) Participates in all team and site meetings, in-service days, and training opportunities.
d) Supports classroom substitutes and volunteers.
7. Professionalism
a) Demonstrates and follows all Head Start performance standards, CDE/ State regulations and Children and Family Services policies and procedures.
b) Maintains congenial and respectful relations with management, staff, children and families and community.
c) Maintains confidentiality in regards to staff and family information.
d) Assists in filling in required paperwork including but not limited to, sign-in sheets and in-kind.
e) Adheres to work schedule, arrival, breaks, etc.
f) Notifies supervisor, prior to beginning of workday (when possible), when not able to come to work and arranges appropriate coverage.
g) Follows health procedures including safe lifting, handwashing, and universal precautions.
h) Exhibits a positive attitude regarding the agency and the CAM/ Children and Family Services program
i) Completes other duties as assigned.
 

Qualifications:
Education (must have obtained one of the following)
A minimum of twelve college level semester or equivalent quarter units that shall include courses that cover the general areas of child growth and development, or human growth and development; child, family and community, and program/curriculum. And Associate level Permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Or a valid CDA credential with the appropriate age level endorsement.
Experience:
At least six months of work experience in a licensed child care center or comparable group child care program. Letter from former employer may be requested for verification. Experience working with low-income families desirable.
Skills:
Ability to read and write English and interpret documents such as safety rules and policy and procedures manuals. Ability to write simple reports and correspondence and to complete basic forms.
Ability to communicate effectively verbally in English, one on one and in small groups.
Ability to understand verbal English in order to receive feedback in English and to participate in trainings in English.
For some positions English/ Spanish bilingual, or other language, may be required.
Basic mathematical skills.
Basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook and Internet.
Knowledge:
Knowledge of Head Start Performance Standards desirable.
Must have Pediatric First Aid and Infant/Child CPR or be willing to obtain within first two weeks of employment.
Ability:
Teachers are required to frequently bend, grasp, kneel, reach overhead, sit, squat, stand, stoop, twist, walk, and write on a daily basis.
Teachers must also be able to lift and carry objects up to 25 pounds, and children up to 40 pounds for safety reasons.
Fine Motor physical ability including simple and power grasp, pull, twist, and grip.
Flexibility to readily adapt to changing environments.
Other:
Due to the sensitivity and requirements of our positions, you should expect to undergo and be cleared of an employment background/criminal check, if extended an offer for employment.
Successfully complete an employment physical and provide a copy of your immunization record showing the MMR and TDAP vaccines received.
Proof of the absence of tuberculosis.
You may also be asked to provide proof of educational degree(s), licenses or credentials pertinent to the position.
Deep understanding – and ability to articulate – the role equity, inclusion, and diversity plays in our work.
To apply, send resume to: Kelsey Lombardi, Alignment Project Manager at klombardi@camarin.org

 

Current job opening with Community Action Marin’s Children and Family Services.
Job Title: Preschool Teacher
Status: Full-time / Salaried / Non-Exempt
Salary Range: $39,781 - $47,244 + Benefits
To apply, send resume to: Kelsey Lombardi, Alignment Project Manager at klombardi@camarin.org
Job Summary: Under the supervision of the Supervisor, the Preschool Teacher is responsible
for supporting the overall functioning of the preschool classroom and ensuring
that daily program in meeting the Head Start Performance Standards, CDE State
Regulations and Community Care Licensing Regulations.
KEY RESULT AREA
1. Maintains the health, safety and wellbeing of the classroom
2. Implements curriculum
3. Individualizes approach
4. Provide positive guidance
5. Provide an accepting environment
6. Staff Development and Management
7. Professionalism
KEY RESULT AREA
OBJECTIVES/ACTIVITIES
1. Maintains the health, safety and wellbeing of the classroom
a) Builds a close personal relationship with each child while attending to the child’s physical, emotional, and developmental needs.
b) Prioritizes the supervision of children at all times.
c) Provides an environment that meets all the requirements of Community Care Licensing.
d) Ensures classroom meets required ratios and/or arranges for substitutes to cover absences.
e) Follows the Family Style Meals format for serving foods.
f) Supports prevention of illness through daily health checks, daily cleaning, and sanitizing/disinfecting procedures, and the use of universal precautions. Completes a quarterly health/safety checklist.
g) Documents and reports child accidents using the Incident Reporting procedure.
h) Organizes system for facility management including ordering supplies and equipment.
2. Implements curriculum
a) Creates a developmentally appropriate curriculum based on the fidelity of Creative Curriculum for Preschoolers and Second Step. Utilizes supporting strategies to implement curriculum (i.e. GLAD, Teaching Pyramid, etc.)
b) Follows a continual reflective practice cycle of planning, observation, and assessment utilizing the DRDP assessment system online.
c) Knows and understands child development and is knowledgeable about current best practice resulting from brain research.
3. Individualizes approach
a) Completes all new child orientation tasks, including for children who enter mid-year, within assigned timeframe.
b) Conducts all developmental screenings, documents, and follows up on referrals.
c) Integrates results of screening and ongoing assessments into classroom routines, curriculum, and ongoing individualization.
d) Participates in all case management conferences and transition meetings to support children and families.
e) Understands the Dual Language Policy and put it into practice in the classroom and when individualizing for students.
4. Provides positive guidance
a) Uses a variety of positive guidance techniques such as redirection, logical choices, and consequences. Supports student problem solving.
b) Reinforces positive behavior consistently.
c) Encourages children to understand and express their feelings.
d) Is physically and verbally nurturing and supportive.
5. Provides an accepting environment
a) Creates a warm, welcoming environment for children and parents.
b) Provides books, materials, and written words representing a diversity of cultures and languages reflected in the children/families.
c) Is inclusive of children with disabilities, and supports their Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
6. Staff Development/ Management
a) Supports all center staff through the use of reflective supervision and other techniques that support positive growth through clear communication, honest, and frequent feedback.
b) Completes performance reviews in a timely manner.
c) Conducts an orientation to the classroom for new employees.
d) Supports and facilitates team- building through shared activities, clear communication, shared problem solving, and decision making.
e) Follows the CFS program’s communication policy.
f) Participates in all team and site meetings, in-service days, and training opportunities.
g) Supports classroom substitutes and volunteers.
7. Professionalism
a) Demonstrates and follows all Head Start Performance Standards, CDE State regulations, CAM Children and Family Services Policies and Procedures.
b) Maintains congenial and respectful relations with management, staff, children and families, and community.
c) Maintains confidentiality in regards to staff and family information.
d) Successfully completes paperwork on time and keeps current, accurate records.
e) Models and adheres to work schedule, arrival, breaks, etc. Oversees supervisees in this regard as well.
f) Notifies supervisor, prior to beginning of workday (when possible), when not able to come to work and arranges appropriate coverage.
g) Follows health procedures including safe lifting, handwashing, and universal precautions.
h) Exhibits a positive attitude regarding the agency and the CAM Children and Family Services program.
i) Completes other duties as assigned
Qualifications:
Education (must have obtained one of the following)
 BA in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Human Development, Sociology or an AA or BA in a related field and eligible for a valid California Child Development Teacher Permit.
Or
 BA in any field and a member of Teach for America.
 Three (3) units of Administration may be required depending on site.
Experience:
 At least one year experience working with groups of children under age five. Letter from former employer may be requested for verification.
 Experience in supervising adults.
 Experience working with low-income families desirable.
Skills:
 Strong verbal/ written communication and management skills.
 Bilingual English/Spanish desirable.
 Proficient computer skills including ability to enter data into DRDP computer based system.
 Ability to communicate effectively verbally in English one on one and in small groups.
Knowledge:
 Knowledge of Head Start Performance Standards desirable.
 Must have Pediatric First Aid and Infant/Child CPR or be willing to obtain within first two weeks of employment.
Ability:
 Preschool teachers are required to frequently bend, grasp, kneel, reach overhead, sit, squat, stand, stoop, twist, walk, and write on a daily basis.
 Teachers must also be able to lift and carry objects up to 25 pounds, and children up to 40 pounds for safety reasons.
 Fine Motor physical ability including simple and power grasp, pull, twist, and grip.
 Flexibility to readily adapt to changing environments.
Other:
 Due to the sensitivity and requirements of our positions, you should expect to undergo and be cleared of an employment background/criminal check, if extended an offer for employment.
 Successfully complete an employment physical and provide a copy of your immunization record showing the MMR and TDAP vaccines received.
 Proof of the absence of tuberculosis.
 You may also be asked to provide proof of educational degree(s), licenses or credentials pertinent to the position.
 Deep understanding – and ability to articulate – the role equity, inclusion, and diversity plays in our work.
To apply, send resume to: Kelsey Lombardi, Alignment Project Manager at klombardi@camarin.org

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