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Classroom Aide (Spark Center - Mattapan, 20 Hours, Days)

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Boston Medical Center Boston , MA 02298

Posted 2 months ago

We are seeking a classroom aide to assist our educators during the children's nap time in our medically therapeutic environment. We need someone to reliably cover lunch breaks in various classrooms, assisting colleagues with helping children fall asleep or rest quietly.

We are seeking a classroom aide to assist our educators during the children's nap time in our medically therapeutic environment. We need someone to reliably cover lunch breaks in various classrooms, assisting colleagues with helping children fall asleep or rest quietly.

Minimum of a high school degree/GED equivalent required.

One year experience working with children preferred.

  • Nurturing, reliable, and dedicated to the care of fragile children.

  • Consistent and reliable attendance is essential.

  • Ability to lift infants and toddlers.

  • Help with dressing children for going outdoors.

  • Light cleaning following meal and snack time.

  • Patience and positive approach with young children.

  • Candidates must reflect and enhance the racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity of the program.

  • Must enjoy working in a shared and cooperative environment.

  • Other duties as needed.

  • This is 20 hours/week; 4 hours/day; 5 days/per week

  • This is a year-round position.

  • This position does not require/allow diapering of children.

Must adhere to all of BMC's RESPECT behavioral standards.


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