Child Care Staff - Fremont

Right At School Fremont , CA 94536

Posted 3 weeks ago

Now Hiring Program Managers and Educators for our Fremont School District Sites!

Part-Time / Full-Time

Competitive pay * Program Managers $26-$30 per hour and Educators $20-25 per hour

Growth opportunities and Monday-Friday NO WEEKENDS!

Mostly PART -TIME Opportunities

Required upon employment: You will need to complete a NEW Fingerprint LIVE SCAN before the first day of employment, and a Health Certificate from your doctor with a completed TB Test. Other requirements/trainings will be required upon employment.Our Right At School site locations are located in the Fremont School District Schools

Youll drive the mission by:

  • Organize program materials for lessons and activities, as well as document attendance, incidents and other observation
  • Deliver dynamic Right At School curriculum to engage children in academic and social character building that expands school day learning in a meaningful way
  • Model positive guidance and effective classroom management to maintain the safety, well-being and attention of all children while supporting homework completion, leading fun fitness activities, and guiding children at play
  • Excellent communication skills with varied audience including children, parents, staff and school personnel
  • Model positive guidance and effective classroom management to maintain the safety and well-being and attention of all children
  • Delivering quality enrichment programs for children using internally crafted Disguised Learning curriculum
  • Developing and coaching a team who are passionate about providing a safe, fun, engaging environment
  • Working closely with principals and school staff to enhance the instructional experience
  • Instilling the Right At School footprint by participating in local community events (Back to School, Right Club gives back, Field Day, and more!)
  • Manage and maintain safety standards including supervision and program paperwork

Requirements

Ideal Candidates will have the following:

  • Outstanding customer service and relationship building skills
  • Strong classroom management skills with the ability to use and model appropriate positive discipline
  • Works well in a team environment
  • A passion and drive that inspires a love for learning & the ability to engage children in learning activities in a fun and interactive way
  • Respect for and dedication to working with children
  • 2 years of direct experience working with children under 13
  • 1 year of supervisory experience
  • College coursework in early childhood education, child development, or a related field
  • Ability to meet state-specific requirements; Finger print LIVE SCAN, CPR/FA, Medical Certificate/TB test, Mandated Reporter training, COVID-19 vaccine

Benefits

Benefits of being an Educator/ Camp Staff with Right At School:

  • Opportunity to make a difference in your community and positively impact families
  • Ongoing professional development with pay raise incentives
  • Provide meaningful fun and employ Disguised Learning
  • Flexible working hours aligned to school schedules
  • Competitive compensation and benefits, including: free before and after school childcare, commuter benefits, supplemental insurance (short-term disability, life insurance, etc.)

One of our core values is being locally-inspired. We will follow the guidance of our State and school district level partners in regard to any COVID-19 vaccination and/or testing requirements they may put in place. In some areas this may mean that employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to work in schools (except where medical or religious exemptions may apply).

Here at Right At School, our commitment to equal opportunity runs deep. We really mean that. In order to achieve our goals, we need to work hard to create a diverse workforce so we can reach as many students, parents and schools as possible. We embrace the uniqueness in everyone and we encourage each individual to be their true selves. Your age, skin color, beliefs, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, parental status, vet status, gender identity are valued here. We do not stand for discrimination or harassment of any kind. Come as you are.

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