Under general supervision, plans, implements and evaluates age appropriate curriculum for preschool age children; performs a variety of care and supervision duties with children, assists in maintaining a safe and healthy environment, maintains documentation related to State requirements and perform related duties as assigned.
Teaches children social and language skills, problem-solving skills, emerging literacy, math and science skills through daily interaction and example using an emergent curriculum teaching philosophy
Observes, documents and evaluates children’s interests and progress to provide meaningful curriculum to extend children’s development
Observes, and keeps anecdotal records of children’s progress in social-emotional, language, motor and cognitive development
Participates in the planning of curriculum and classroom environmental changes with Director and other staff
Conducts or participates in a variety of meetings such as staff meetings, curriculum meetings and meeting with parents to discuss assessments and evaluations of the child; updating parents regularly on child problems, progress, abilities, health and attitude
Performs various child care needs: Assists children with personal needs (such as using toilet, changing diapers, clothes, hand washing); teaches children good hygiene habits; comforts children; resolves conflicts while teaching problem solving skills; performs minor first aid and dispenses prescription medicines when necessary
Monitors and maintains a safe and clean environment in the classroom and outdoors at all times; monitors and ensures compliance to state and federal regulations; cleans up spills and accidents along with daily cleaning routines; sorts and stores toys and equipment
Sets up, organizes and displays classroom to be engaging and self-sustaining for children to use; posts curriculum documentation for both children and parent viewing
Advises, guides and corrects the work of student workers
Maintains current first aid and CPR training
Cognitive, motor, emotional and social developmental levels of pre-school age children
Principles and methods of control, discipline and comforting of pre-school age children
Assessment testing and anecdotal note keeping for monitoring child progress and development
Researching, planning, and implementing age-appropriate learning activities within planned curriculum
Comforting, providing personal care to, controlling and disciplining pre-school age children
Conducting assessments and keeping anecdotal records of child progress and development
Written and oral communications
Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work
Speech to instruct, direct and/or communicate with children, staff and parents
Hearing to monitor center activities and for normal communication
Vision to read text and computer screens, and monitor and observe operations and behavior
Walking standing, stooping, kneeling and climbing to supervise, interact with, instruct, and lead activities for children
Lifting up to 40 pounds to comfort and control children
Running to control and retrieve children
Manual dexterity to demonstrate objective manipulation and lead other instruction involving hand skills
Working in exposure to bodily fluids and bacterial contamination
Work is performed indoors and outdoors in a child development center and on field trips.
24 units in ECE including the core courses and;
16 General Education units and;
175 days of 3 + hours per day within the last 4 years
OR AA in ECE or related field with 3 units supervised field experience in an ECE setting
An Associate of Arts degree in child development or early childhood education
One year of experience as an aid or equivalent capacity working with young children
Community college experience
Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students
Resume/CV, Unofficial Transcripts
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All appointments are conditional until approved by the FRCCD Governing Board and subject to criminal background screening and proof of freedom from active tuberculosis. Employment will be contingent upon proof of employment eligibility in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. FRCCD will not sponsor any visa applications.