Provides a safe and nurturing environment for children that encourages their social, emotional, physical and intellectual development, by implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum according to established guidelines, reviews important decisions with his/her Director/Manager and maintains positive relationships with parents, children and co-workers. In addition the Teacher ensures safety and supervision of children at all times by meeting the physical demands of the position. Must follow all state licensing regulations and maintain annual continuing education requirements.
Must be at least 18 years of age and have completed high school or its equivalent.
Have a minimum of 80 full days or 120 half days of experience as an Assistant Child Care Teacher in a licensed child care center or other approved early childhood setting, and a Certificate from The Registry indicating qualifications as a Child Care Teacher, Level 2-11 which would include one of the following:
Two non-credit department-approved courses in early childhood education (Intro. to the Child Care Profession and Skills and Strategies for the Child Care Teacher).
Two courses for credit in early childhood education or its equivalent from an institution of higher education.
A one-year Child Care Diploma from an institution of higher education.
Required within first week:
Child Abuse and Neglect Training
Required within first 3 months:
Current Registry Certificate indicating teacher qualified
Infant Toddler Certificate if working in Infant Toddler Program
Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Beaver Dam Community Hospitals, Inc.