The Sunshine House Early Learning Academy Little Elm , TX 75068
Imagine coming to work each day knowing your actions will positively impact your community and the next generation!
Pre-K Teachers at the Sunshine House spark children's imaginations using the nationally recognized Creative Curriculum that promotes social, physical, and cognitive development. And our Pre-K Teachers have a lot of fun!
Essential Job Responsibilities:
Use only positive child guidance strategies to instruct children.
Practice compliance with state licensing and accreditation regulations.
Implement The Sunshine House curriculum in a way that meets each child's unique learning style.
Meet physical and emotional needs of each child and provide an atmosphere that makes children and families feel valued.
Come to work on time, enthusiastic, committed, and professionally prepared every day.
Work with your team to achieve the center's goals.
Present a welcoming attitude towards families, engaging them in conversations about their child's education, and the features and benefits of our programs.
Attend all training, center staff meetings, and other professional development initiatives as required.
If you want to become part of a team that partners with families to create a better world for our children, then we want to meet you!
Associate's or higher in Early Childhood Education or related field; Bachelor's Degree preferred.
Prior Pre-K or preschool teaching experience preferred.
Speak, read, and write English fluently.
CPR and 1st Aid Certifications (or willingness to obtain).
Must pass state background check.
Must maintain state in-service training requirements.
Must be able to adapt to continuously changing, fast-paced environment, and make the children's needs the primary focus.
Must be able to fully engage in physical activity. Must be able to kneel, stoop, squat, and stand for a long time, and demonstrate and engage in activities like jumping, dancing, walking, and running.
The ability to lift up to 30 pounds is also required.
Must be able to see and hear well enough to monitor classrooms and playgrounds to keep children safe at all times.