The Early Childhood Center Float will fill in forstaff that are absent and/or provide support to classrooms.They will help to plan and executeappropriate activities and work collaboratively as part of the ECC team.
Support Teachers with all responsibilities of the day-to-day programming
Take direction and give support in preparing the classroom including setting up centers, preparing needed materials and supplies, and carrying out activities
Work with children, individually and in small groups to provide care, protection and guidance
Provide a positive and nurturing environment for children and families
Foster relationships with families and maintain privacy of families and children
Assist in the room maintenance to keep the classroom and center safe, clean, attractive, and in compliance with health and safety requirements
Participate in school social and family education programs and meetings, as well as larger organizational programs and trainings, as needed, including monthly staff meetings
Demonstrated experience with the Alliance's core values and a clear commitment to them
Strong interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community
Working knowledge of the growth and development of young children and ability to utilize this information in the classroom
Strong written and oral communications skills
Ability to set priorities and handle multiple projects. Strong organizational skills
Enthusiastic and self-motivated individual who is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment, including occasional nights and weekends
Ability to work closely with others in a team environment and effectively interact with all levels of management, parents and volunteers
Must have or willingness to obtain Pediatric First Aid and CPR certification
High School Diploma and working on a CDA or college degree program in Early Childhood or related field
Prior experience teaching in an early childhood center or classroom setting
Judaic knowledge or willingness to acquire
Understanding of Rhode Island Early Learning Standards, DCYF, BrightStars, and NAEYC, or willingness to acquire
Pass criminal background check and TB (Tuberculosis) test clearance dated within the last 6 months
The Jewish Alliance ofGreater Rhode Island (the Alliance) serves to enrich the quality of life for
Jews in Rhode Island, in Israel, and around the world.Today's Alliance is where the community comestogether as one to develop responses to critical issues facing RhodeIsland.We do this through philanthropy,education and wellness opportunities, community relations, and by conveningagencies, synagogues, and organizations to address issues of commonconcern.Together, we translate Jewishtradition and values into action.All ofour work is guided by our core values:
Tzedakah: upholding the Jewish traditions of righteous giving andjustice.
L'dor v'dor: securing a future filled with Jewish tradition andheritage.
Tikkun Olam: repairing the world.
Hineni: standing with others so no one stands alone.
Klal Yisrael: supporting worldwide Judaism and the State ofIsrael.
Torah: pursuing knowledge and lifelong learning.
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