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BrightStars, Rhode Island’s Tiered Quality Rating and Improvement system, assists families in finding care and recognizes and supports quality in early care and education programs.

Job Postings

Welcome to the BrightStars Early Care and Education Job Board. Here you will find a listing of job opportunities in Rhode Island.

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Current Postings

CHILD, Inc: Preschool Teacher

Program Address

28 Payan Street
West Warwick, RI 02893

Job Description

CHILD, Inc. is seeking a highly qualified Preschool Teacher for our RI State Pre-K program. The 40 hour Teacher will be responsible to: 

Demonstrate adherence to national, state and agency regulations, policies and procedures. Assume full responsibility for classroom management and operations. Ensure the health, safety, and well-being of each child. Ensure completion of formative assessment procedures. Develop standards-based goals and intentional curriculum plans for individual children and whole class based on assessment data. Provide consistent routines and expectations for child behavior; and utilizes a wide variety of developmentally appropriate strategies for effective guidance and intervention. Provide leadership, support, supervision and ongoing evaluation to assigned staff, trainees, and volunteers. Build positive and strengths-based partnerships with families from diverse backgrounds. Encourage meaningful family engagement in home, classroom, center, and agency activities. Conduct family conferences and/or home visits to share relevant information about child’s development and learning; and provide education, support, and/or referral to community resources and services, as needed. Take part in professional development opportunities, outside the agency, as determined necessary, related to Workforce Competencies.

Job Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field with 24 credits in Early Childhood Education required.
  • Rhode Island Early Childhood Teacher Certification required.
  • Previous Preschool teaching experience required.
  • Strong verbal, written, and computer skills required
  • Ability to work collaboratively with other service providers/state partners required.
  • Previous experience utilizing Teaching Strategies GOLD Assessment System highly desirable.
  • RIELS/RIELDS Certificate(s) highly desirable.
  • Bilingual candidates highly desirable.

Incorporated in 1977, CHILD, Inc. is a private, non-profit agency providing comprehensive child development and family services to low-income families with children from pre-birth to age five years residing in Kent County, Rhode Island.  The agency owns and operates four NAEYC accredited facilities, two in Warwick and one each in West Warwick and Coventry. Services include Head Start, Early Head Start, DHS CCAP child care, sliding fee scale child care, State Pre-K, Kids Connect Therapeutic Child Care, and Project First Steps, an on-site mental health practice for children under the age of six years.

Hourly Wage: $21.19 to $30.05

Comprehensive fringe benefits including fully paid individual health coverage and 5% retirement employer contribution.

How to Apply

Please submit resume and cover letter aoconnell@childincri.org

All About Kids Too: Assistant teacher

Program Address

1650 Noodeneck Hill road

Job Description

Looking for a outgoing, confident and fun loving person to join our staff! Looking for an assistant teacher to work in our toddler/yearling rooms. 30-40 hours per week and experience is preferred.

Job Qualifications

Must have hs diploma or college level classes in early childhood. Must get bci check and fingerprints from local police station.

How to Apply

Please send resume to Kcastelli1872@yahoo.com

East Bay Community Action Program: Early Head Start Temporary Lead Teacher (EBCAP0403)

Program Address

Newport, RI

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is seeking a Temporary Lead Teacher to join our team and provide a nurturing and safe classroom environment for children in the Early Head Start program at 8 John H. Chafee Boulevard in Newport, RI. If you are looking for a rewarding career and to make a difference in a child’s life, then you have found the right path with a unique opportunity in Head Start at EBCAP.

The Early Head Start Temporary Lead Teacher will oversee daily classroom functioning and provide guidance to the Teacher Associate, Teacher Performance Standards, Rhode Island Child Day Care Center Regulations for Licensing and RI Department of Education Early Learning Standards. Our Head
Start program utilizes the Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) approach and the Creative Curriculum to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing, and safe learning experience. He/She will plan and implement learning experiences that advance the intellectual and physical development of children and promote social competence and ensure parental involvement.
 

Job Qualifications

The successful individual must have excellent presentation skills, superior leadership and management skills to effectively communicate with staff, parents, children and staff.

The Temporary Lead Teacher must have one of the following:

RI Department of Education (DOE) teacher certification in Early Childhood Education (ECE); or Bachelor or Associates in ECE with 3 months supervised teaching experience in an ECE setting; or Bachelor or Associates in a related field* with teaching experience in an infant/toddler classroom; or Other  combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Preferred minimum, a Child Development Associate (CDA) with an infant/toddler endorsement, 12 credit hours in ECE related coursework and teaching experience in an infant/toddler classroom. *The Rhode Island quality rating and improvement system, Bright Stars defines related degree for early childhood education teachers as Human Development, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Education. Pediatric Nursing, Home Economics/Family & Consumer Science, Physical Education & Recreation and Child & Family Studies. EHS Head Start teacher candidates who hold a related degree will have 18 credit hours of coursework in ECE related courses that include but are not limited to child development, early childhood education and curriculum, early childhood teaching and assessment, psychology, family development, health and physical development,mathematics, science, children’s literature, approaches to learning, social and emotional development, language development and communication, creativity, professionalism, differentiated teaching and learning.

Head Start Performance Standards require all Early Head Start Teachers and Associate Teachers participate in training specific to infants and toddlers.

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully implemented, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter which notes position title and position number, a resume, and salary expectations to http://employment@ebcap.org. EBCAP is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to providing a diverse work environment.

Building Blocks Child Care Center: Teachers Assistant

Program Address

3270 Post Road
Warwick, RI 02886

Job Description

Assist the classroom teacher in the Preschool/PreK classrooms and/or Before and After School classroom.

The role of a teachers assistant is to support the classroom teacher in providing a safe, engaging and developmentally appropriate setting for the children which follows all policies and procedures; including DCYF and Bright Stars.

A must have characteristic is a love for children and the ability to have positive relationships with all families and staff.

 

Job Qualifications

At least 18 years of age Hold a High School Diploma or GED certificate Clean BCI and fingerprints.

Other Information

Hours vary, flexibility a must!

 

How to Apply

Currently accepting applications and interviewing. Please call 401-738-7882 or email resume to buildingblocksri@yahoo.com

 

North Kingstown Daycare : Preschool Teacher

Program Address

690 Boston Neck Rd.
North Kingstown, RI 02852

Job Description

Well established childcare center is looking to hire an experienced candidate who is enthusiastic about working with children ages 3 to 5 years old!

PRESCHOOL TEACHER

The Preschool Teacher will be responsible for creating, organizing and leading classroom activities designed to promote learning, as well as physical, mental and social development, such as games, arts and crafts, music, storytelling, and field trips for our 3 year old class. The Preschool Teacher will work in conjunction with the Lead PreK teacher to create a cohesive learning environment throughout our Preschool Program. They will also be responsible for: maintaining classroom order and enforcing rules for behavior, and positive redirection; Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.

Early Childhood Degree or Certificate preferred.

Main focus will be on 3-year-olds but must be comfortable and have experience caring for ages children ages 18 months- 5 years old. Candidate will be required to complete at least 20 hours of professional development each year or be enrolled in ECE college level courses. Must be friendly, energetic, and reliable. The ideal candidate will be flexible within our work environment and also with weekly scheduling. Position would generally cover Monday through Friday morning hours, (more hours may be available based on needs of the classroom). Compensation will be based on experience.


 

Job Qualifications

Ideal candidate should have:

  • Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field. RI Early Childhood Teaching Certificate Preferred.
  •  Awareness of the RIELDS and using them to aide in developing curriculum developmentally appropriate for children in the classroom.
  •  Possess good communication skills to converse daily with parents
  • Ability to work as a positive, collaborative team member.

Other Information

We look forward to the opportunity to talk with you!

 

How to Apply

Please send email with Cover Letter detailing how you are the best candidate for this position, along with resume to preschoolnkdcp@gmail.com

 

Beautiful Beginnings Child Care Center : Education Coordinator

Program Address

700 Elmwood Avenue
Providence, RI 02907

Job Description

Beautiful Beginnings is a four star BrightStars rated program that serves children from six weeks through five years of age in Providence. We currently operate six Infant and Toddler classrooms, and six Preschool and Pre-K classrooms, including two state Pre-K classrooms.  We also provide Head Start and Early Head Start for qualifying families in our program.

The Education Coordinator provides support for teaching staff to create and maintain a high quality learning environment for the children in our care.  The Education Coordinator will work with our full time Education Coordinator as part of the education management team.  Strong skills in family engagement and the ability to work in a diverse setting is necessary. 

This position is 25-30 hours per week with benefits.  

Job Qualifications

  •      Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field
  •      A minimum of 2 years of early childhood education classroom teaching experience
  •      3 years supervisory experience in a quality child care environment desired
  •      Current RI State Teaching Certificate in ECE or ECE Special Education
  • ​     A 3-credit college course or a minimum of 40 documented hours of professional development over the course of 2 years in mentoring, supervision and leadership OR an individual professional development plan not to exceed 2 years from the date of employment for achieving  this requirement.
  •      A Rhode Island Early Learning and Development Standard certificate relevant to this position OR an individual professional development plan not to exceed 2 years from the date         of employment for achieving this requirement.  
  •      Previous experience with infants, toddlers, preschoolers and special needs children in a classroom setting is a plus
  •      Strong writing skills and organizational skills are required
  •      Meet DCYF & BCI criminal background check requirement

How to Apply

Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to: k.lewiskhan@jhcdc.org

Khadija Lewis Khan, M.Ed

East Bay Community Action Program: Kitchen Aide

Program Address

740 West Main Road, Middletown, RI.

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is seeking a full time Kitchen Aide for our Head Start Program at 740 West Main Road, Middletown, RI. Head Start is an Early Childhood Education program for children ages birth to 5.

The successful candidate delivers meals and snacks to the classrooms, maintains a clean and safe kitchen, and communicates with the caterer as needed. Under direction of the Nutrition Manager, the Kitchen Aide must follow all food handling procedures as well as food allergy protocols.

Job Qualifications

A minimum of a High School Diploma or GED is required, and a Food Serve Certificate is preferred, but not required. The hours are 7:00 AM to 2:30 PM, Monday through Friday.


 

Other Information

For Full Time Employees Working 30 – 40 hours per week, EBCAP provides a comprehensive compensation and benefits package that includes heavily subsidized medical and dental insurance plans (BCBSRI), supplemental vision insurance, voluntary medical and dependent care flexible  
spending accounts, up to 3% company matching 403(b) retirement plan, employer-paid life insurance & long term disability, generous paid time off that includes vacation/holidays/personal days/sick time, mileage reimbursement, tuition reimbursement, opportunities for center-paid training/CEUs, employee assistance program, discounts to local businesses and services, such as Work Out World New England, YMCA/Newport, BJ’s Wholesale Club, cellular services, and so much more! EBCAP is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to providing a diverse work environment.

 

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully updated, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter which notes position title and position number, a resume and salary expectations to employment@ebcap.org

YMCA of Greater Providence: Teacher Assistant- Early Childhood

Program Address

Hope Street, Providence

Job Description


Summary: Responsible for assisting the teacher in the care and learning of children within the classroom. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: Additional duties may be assigned. Assist in the development and implementation of a well rounded curriculum that is developmentally and age appropriate for the children in the classroom. Assure that curriculum meets the need of each individual child and is in alignment with the guidelines of the DCYF licensing regulations, Bright Stars Quality Rating Standards, The Rhode Island’s Comprehensive Birth to Five Early Learning and Developmental Standards and the YMCA. Conference with teacher to assist in the preparation of lesson plans in accordance with the Creative Curriculum framework for both indoor and outdoor activities.

Understand and conduct on going assessments of children’s progress. Present documentation of findings to the teacher. Routinely conference with teacher and to assure findings are being documented correctly. Implement the Y Healthy Eating Physical Activity Standards into classroom routine using positive role modeling and the Food and Fun Curriculum. Create and update learning centers within classroom in accordance with the ITERS and ECERS Environmental Rating Scale. Collaborate with teacher to prepare and deliver a written daily (infants/toddlers) or weekly (preschool) means of communication with
families. Responsible for ensuring proper sign in and sign out procedures are followed in accordance with DCYF Licensing Regulations.

Responsible for conducting daily health checks and assuring proper documentation. Prepare and maintain all attendance and meal reports. Responsible for knowing and following all health, safety and emergency procedures. Maintain positive relationship with families. Understand that you represent the Y and maintain a professional demeanor. Use Listen First communication skills with fellow staff and families. Report for work shift on time and ready to begin routine with children. Responsible for attending all staff meetings and trainings.

To ensure the health and safety of all the children, i.e. caution regarding unsafe practices and conditions and perform rescue/first aid when necessary. Report accidents and injuries and complete incident documentation. Participate in recommended training programs, conferences, courses and other aspect of professional growth. Communicate professionally, clearly and consistently modeling values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Consistently communicate with families focusing on building supportive relationships through active listening and constantly seeking ways to engage and support all children and their families. Create a welcome, supportive atmosphere by greeting families by name in a friendly manner, making eye contact and engaging in conversation about their interests.

Understand, enforce and adhere to YMCA policies and procedures in a consistent manner resulting in efficient, professional operations. Role model communication skills and good judgment when describing and enforcing policies. Maintain an organized, clean and safe work place. Work in harmony and cooperation with staff, volunteers and members to develop team spirit and a family atmosphere. Attend all trainings and meetings and be able to demonstrate knowledge of all skills. Maintain all required certifications. Continually enhance professional development through workshops, educational courses, trainings and/or appropriate reading material as directed. Arrive on time and prepared for your scheduled shift. Assist with insuring a risk free environment, i.e. caution people regarding unsafe practices and conditions. Report accidents and injuries and complete incident reports.


 

Job Qualifications

Requirements : Education and/or Experience:
Minimum of 18 years old
High School Diploma or GED
Participate in ongoing early childhood staff development
Preferred 2 year experience in early childhood setting

 

How to Apply

http://http://www.jobs.net/j/JdMfnzLl?idpartenaire=20011

East Bay Community Action Program: Teacher Assistant Float, Head Start (EBCAP0357)

Program Address

8 John Chafee, Newport, RI

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is seeking a full time/full year Teacher Assistant Float to join our team and provide a nurturing and safe classroom environment for children in the Head Start program at 8 John H. Chafee Boulevard in Newport, RI. If you are looking for a rewarding career and to make a difference in a child’s life, then you have found the right path with a unique opportunity in Head Start at EBCAP. The Teacher Assistant Float will work in partnership with the teachers, to provide daily classroom activities that are developmentally appropriate for preschool children. The teaching team is responsible for promoting the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to their safety and welfare. Under direction of the Lead Teacher, the Teacher Assistant will follow the requirements of the Head Start Performance Standards, RI Child Care Center Regulations for Licensing, and RI Department of Education Early Learning Standards. Our Head Start program utilizes the Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) approach and the Creative Curriculum to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing, and safe learning experience. The Teacher Assistant Float must have excellent communication skills to effectively communicate with parents, children, and staff. The Teacher Assistant will assist the Lead Teacher to provide a supportive social-emotional classroom climate, assist in classroom activities and transitions to ensure that children are under appropriate supervision and guidance always. The hours for this rewarding position with children are Monday through Friday from 11:30 AM to 5:30 PM.

Job Qualifications

The individual must have one of the following: Bachelors or Associates in ECE or a related field*; or Certification as a Child Development Associate (CDA); or HS diploma/GED with 6 college credit hours in ECE coursework and one year supervised experience in ECE classroom; or RI Department of  Education Certificate of Completion of Teacher Assistant Training Other combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis *The Rhode Island quality rating and improvement system, Bright Stars defines related degree for early childhood education teachers as Human Development, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Education. Pediatric Nursing, Home Economics/Family & Consumer Science, Physical Education & Recreation and Child & Family Studies. Head Start teacher assistant/float candidates who hold a related degree will have 9 credit hours of coursework in ECE related courses that include but are not limited to child development, early childhood education and curriculum, early childhood teaching and assessment, psychology, family development, health and physical development, mathematics, science, children’s literature, approaches to learning, social and emotional development, language development and communication, creativity, professionalism, differentiated teaching and learning.

 

How to Apply



Teacher Assistant Float, Head Start (EBCAP0357)

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is seeking a full time/full year Teacher Assistant Float to join our team and provide a nurturing and safe classroom environment for children in the Head Start program at 8 John H. Chafee Boulevard in Newport, RI. If you are looking for a rewarding career and to make a difference in a child’s life, then you have found the right path with a unique opportunity in Head Start at EBCAP. The Teacher Assistant Float will work in partnership with the teachers, to provide daily classroom activities that are developmentally appropriate for preschool children. The teaching team is responsible for promoting the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to their safety and welfare. Under direction of the Lead Teacher, the Teacher Assistant will follow the requirements of the Head Start Performance Standards, RI Child Care Center Regulations for Licensing, and RI Department of Education Early Learning Standards. Our Head Start program utilizes the Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) approach and the Creative Curriculum to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing, and safe learning experience. The Teacher Assistant Float must have excellent communication skills to effectively communicate with parents, children, and staff. The Teacher Assistant will assist the Lead Teacher to provide a supportive social-emotional classroom climate, assist in classroom activities and transitions to ensure that children are under appropriate supervision and guidance always. The hours for this rewarding position with children are Monday through Friday from 11:30 AM to 5:30 PM. The individual must have one of the following: Bachelors or Associates in ECE or a related field*; or Certification as a Child Development Associate (CDA); or HS diploma/GED with 6 college credit hours in ECE coursework and one year supervised experience in ECE classroom; or RI Department of Education Certificate of Completion of Teacher Assistant Training Other combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis *The Rhode Island quality rating and improvement system, Bright Stars defines related degree for early childhood education teachers as Human Development, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Education. Pediatric Nursing, Home Economics/Family & Consumer Science, Physical Education & Recreation and Child & Family Studies. Head Start teacher assistant/float candidates who hold a related degree will have 9 credit hours of coursework in ECE related courses that include but are not limited to child development, early childhood education and curriculum, early childhood teaching and assessment, psychology, family development, health and physical development, mathematics, science, children’s literature, approaches to learning, social and emotional development, language development and communication, creativity, professionalism, differentiated teaching and learning. For Full Time Employees Working 30 – 40 hours per week, EBCAP provides a comprehensive compensation and benefits package that includes heavily subsidized medical and dental insurance plans (BCBSRI), supplemental vision insurance, voluntary medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts, up to 3% company matching 403(b) retirement plan, employer-paid life insurance & long term disability, generous paid time off that includes vacation/holidays/personal days/sick time, mileage reimbursement, tuition reimbursement, opportunities for center-paid training/CEUs, employee assistance program, discounts to local businesses and services, such as Work Out World New England, YMCA/Newport, BJ’s Wholesale Club, cellular Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully updated, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter which notes position title and position number, a resume and salary expectations to employment@ebcap.org EBCAP is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a diverse work environment.

East Bay Community Action Program: Teacher Assistant Float, Head Start (EBCAP0307

Program Address

790 Main Street Warren

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is seeking two full time/full year Teacher Assistants to join our team and provide a nurturing and safe classroom environment for children in the Head Start program at 790 Main Street in Warren, RI. If you are looking for a rewarding career and to make a difference in a child’s life, then you have found the right path with unique opportunity in Head Start at EBCAP. The Teacher Assistant will work in partnership with the teachers, to provide daily classroom activities that are developmentally appropriate for preschool children. The teaching team is responsible for promoting the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to their safety and welfare. Under direction of the Lead Teacher, the Teacher Assistant will follow the requirements of the Head Start Performance Standards, RI Child Care Center Regulations for Licensing, and RI Department of Education Early Learning Standards. Our Head Start program utilizes the Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) approach and the Creative Curriculum to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing, and safe learning experience. The Teacher Assistant must have excellent communication skills to effectively communicate with parents, children, and staff. The Teacher Assistant will assist the Lead Teacher to provide a supportive social-emotional classroom climate, assist in classroom activities and transitions to ensure that children are under appropriate supervision and
guidance always.

 

Job Qualifications

The individual must have one of the following: Bachelors or Associates in ECE or a related field*; or Certification as a Child Development Associate (CDA); or HS diploma/GED with 6 college credit hours in ECE coursework and one year supervised experience in ECE classroom; or RI Department of Education Certificate of Completion of Teacher Assistant Training Other combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis *The Rhode Island quality rating and improvement system, Bright Stars defines related degree for early childhood education teachers as Human Development, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Education. Pediatric Nursing, Home Economics/Family & Consumer Science, Physical Education & Recreation and Child & Family Studies. Head Start teacher assistant/float candidates who hold a related degree will have 9 credit hours of coursework in ECE related courses that include but are not limited to child development, early childhood education and curriculum, early childhood teaching and assessment, psychology, family development, health and physical development, mathematics, science, children’s literature, approaches to learning, social and emotional development, language development and communication, creativity, professionalism, differentiated teaching and learning.

How to Apply

For Full Time Employees Working 30 – 40 hours per week, EBCAP provides a comprehensive compensation and benefits package that includes heavily subsidized medical and dental insurance plans (BCBSRI), supplemental vision insurance, voluntary medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts, up to 3% company matching 403(b) retirement plan, employer-paid life insurance & long term disability, generous paid time off that includes vacation/holidays/personal days/sick time, mileage reimbursement, tuition reimbursement, opportunities for center-paid training/CEUs, employee assistance program, discounts to local businesses and services, such as Work Out World New England, YMCA/Newport, BJ’s Wholesale Club, cellular services, and so much more! Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully updated, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter which notes position title and position number, a resume and salary expectations to employment@ebcap.org EBCAP is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a diverse work environment.
 

East Bay Community Action Program: Director of Early Childhood Services Management Systems (EBCAP0347)

Program Address

Newport, RI

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program is seeking a Director of Early Childhood Services Management Systems for its Head Start Program. The Director of Early Childhood Services Management Systems is a fulltime/full year position which is primarily located at our facility in Newport, RI. The Director will oversee program management systems to create a framework for management and staff to effectively and efficiently administer early childhood program services. The ideal candidate will work with leadership and management teams to ensure that the infrastructure supports quality program operations for the Office of Head Start and RI State systems that oversee early childhood systems. SUMMARY Head Start’s goal is to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing, and safe learning experience that will prepare them for kindergarten. If you are interested in a senior level role in enhancing the lives of over 400 children by overseeing and directing ongoing systems that assess program operations and ensure our program meets federal regulations, goals and objectives then we encourage you to submit your credentials for consideration. Head Start is proud of its ability to provide comprehensive support to our children and their families as we are part of the larger EBCAP family which includes qualified health centers in both the upper and lower bay, dental services, and behavioral health for children and adults. Through our umbrella of services, we can fully support each child and each family and provide a holistic array of ancillary services. The Director reports to the Vice President of Head Start and directly supervises the Communications Coordinator; Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment and Attendance (ERSEA) Specialist; Office Assistants in all five sites, Data stems/Compliance Specialist, Reporting Specialist and is part of Head Start’s Senior Leadership team. The Director’s goal is to oversee and direct planning systems to ensure a continuous cycle, involving key members of the early childhood program team and community. The expected outcome is the creation of achievable goals and short-term program and fiscal objectives that are to be monitored and measured. The Director also ensures adherence to EBCAP Personnel Policies.


 

Job Qualifications

The Director of Early Childhood Education will have a minimum of: Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, early childhood or related field with emphasis in children aged birth to five years with at least seven years of related worked experience and three years experience in supervision, administration and grants/financial management along with professional preparation in a field appropriate for those who work with young children. Experience and proficiency with computer systems and applications (i.e., Microsoft Office, Child Plus (Head Start’s data system), Teaching Strategies GOLD.

 

Other Information

For Full Time Employees Working 30 – 40 hours per week, EBCAP also provides a comprehensive compensation and benefits package that includes heavily subsidized medical and dental insurance plans (currently BCBSRI), supplemental vision insurance, voluntary medical and dependent care
flexible spending accounts, up to 3% company matching 403(b) retirement plan, employer-paid life insurance & long term disability, generous paid time off that includes vacation/holidays/personal days/sick time, mileage reimbursement, tuition reimbursement, opportunities for center-paid
training/CEUs, employee assistance program, discounts to local businesses and services, such as Work Out World New England, YMCA/Newport, BJ’s Wholesale Club, cellular services, and so much more!

 

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully updated, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter identifying both the position title and position number, a resume and salary expectations to employment@ebcap.org We are an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a diverse work environment.

 

East Bay Community Action Program: Director of Early Childhood Education (EBCAP0345)

Program Address

Newport, RI

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program is seeking a Director of Early Childhood Education for its Head Start Program. The Director of Education is a full time/full year position which is primarily located at our facility in Newport, RI. The Director will direct, manage, and monitor education and special services activities of Head Start, Early Head Start and state funded Pre-Kindergarten classrooms (Head Start). SUMMARY Head Start’s goal is to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing, and safe learning experience that will prepare them for kindergarten. If you are interested in a senior level role in enhancing the lives of over 400 children by providing them with comprehensive early childhood education, health, nutrition and social services, then we encourage you to submit your credentials for consideration. We need a dedicated educator to join our team of professionals!
Head Start is proud of its ability to provide comprehensive support to our children and their families as we are part of the larger EBCAP family which includes qualified health centers in both the upper and lower bay, dental services, and behavioral health for children and adults. Through our umbrella of services, we can fully support each child and each family and provide a holistic array of ancillary services. The Director reports to the Vice President of Head Start and directly supervises the Education Coordinators and the Special Services Coordinator in all 6 of our sites, and is part of Head Start’s Senior Leadership team. The Director’s goal is to ensure compliance with, and implementation of, Head Start Program Performance Standards, Rhode Island Child Day Care Center and School Age Program Regulations for Licensure, Rhode Island Department of Education Early Learning Standards, and East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) Head Start/Early Head Start Program Plan. The Director also ensures adherence to EBCAP Personnel Policies, Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS), the Incredible Years, Classroom Behavioral Management System, The Creative Curriculum and developmentally appropriate practices (DAP) as defined by Caring for Our Children. The Director monitors and manage classroom quality (ITERS, ECERS, CLASS), the fidelity of classroom curriculum (Teaching Strategies, Incredible Years) and fidelity of child assessment (Teaching Strategies GOLD) in accordance with the Head Start Program Performance Standards, RI Early Learning and Development Standards, best practice as defined by Caring for Our Children and current best practices in early childhood education.


 

Job Qualifications

The Director of Early Childhood Education will have a minimum of: Hold current RI certification in Early Childhood Education (ECE-birth to age six) or ECE Special Education or MA or BA in ECE with 3 months supervised ECE teaching experience and obtain ECE or ECE Special Education certification within one year of hire or MA or BA in a related field * and meet course work and experiential requirements defined in RI Early Childhood certification standards and obtain ECE or ECE Special Education certification within 1 year of hire. Other combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The Rhode Island quality rating and improvement system, Bright Stars defines related degrees for early childhood education teachers as Human Development, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Education, Pediatric Nursing, Home Economics/Family & Consumer Science, Physical Education & Recreation and Child & Family Studies. Coursework and experiential requirements for certification in ECE or Special Education ECE are determined by the RI Department of Education. Preference will be given to those applicants who have significant management experience and a solid track record as an innovative and results-oriented educator.


 

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully updated, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter identifying both the position title and position number, a resume and salary expectations to employment@ebcap.org

YMCA of Greater Providence: Out of School Time- School Age Leader

Program Address

Kent County

Job Description

Responsible for supervision and management of the children participating in the After School Child Care program. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Include the following. Other duties may be assigned

  1.  Provide leadership and demonstrate the ability to set and maintain limits for children using positive reinforcement.
  2.  Provide input toward the development of a well-rounded curriculum, i.e. group time, quiet play, outdoor time, sports and assisting with homework. Includes trips and special events.
  3.  Assist the site coordinator in planning and carrying out activities during school vacation weeks, half days and other days off from school. 
  4. Assist the Site Coordinator in maintaining the necessary records involving attendance and sign in/out sheets.
  5.  Maintain good public relations with parents and understand that you represent the YMCA and maintain a positive disposition, demeanor and attire.
  6.  Attempt to answer parent concerns or make appropriate referrals to the site coordinator.
  7.  Demonstrates flexibility in scheduling for special events and be available to work at other sites when the need arises.
  8.  Arrive on time and prepared for visual surveillance of program participants with no distractions.
  9.  Work in harmony and cooperation with the staff, volunteers and members of the YMCA; as well as any partnering organization or school.
  10.  Treat all children with dignity and respect.

Job Qualifications

Must be 18 years or older. Should have a warm and friendly personality, be sensitive to the feelings and needs of others, be able to relate well with children, and be willing to fulfill responsibilities in accordance with program goals. School-age staff used to meet the ratio requirements are at least eighteen years of age and have a high school diploma or General Education Development (GED) certificate, and have had either formal training in child care/youth development or at least one year of supervised experience working with school-age children in a group setting.

  • Great communication skills
  • Independent thinking
  • Ability to follow policies and protocols
  • Enthusiasm for working with youth
  • Enthusiasm for working in an urban setting
  • Positive disposition
  • High energy
  • REASONING ABILITY
  • Ability to anticipate, identify and address members needs to ensure safety and enjoyment. To accurately complete all required paperwork. To professionally handle and or get help to resolve conflict. Ability to follow instructions as given and/or directed by supervisor.
  • CERTIFICATES and LICENSES
  • Prior to first day or on first day:
  • Child Abuse Prevention Training
  • Meet RI DCYF or MA OCCS requirements

How to Apply

http://www.jobs.net/j/Jozrmlkw?idpartenaire=20011

 

East Bay Community Action Program: Teacher Assistant Float, Head Start (EBCAP0349)

Program Address

Newport, RI

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is seeking a full time/full year Teacher Assistant Float to join our team and provide a nurturing and safe classroom environment for children in the Head Start program at 8 John H. Chafee Boulevard in Newport, RI. If you are looking for
a rewarding career and to make a difference in a child’s life, then you have found the right path with a unique opportunity in Head Start at EBCAP. The Teacher Assistant Float will work in partnership with the teachers, to provide daily classroom activities that are developmentally appropriate for
preschool children. The teaching team is responsible for promoting the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to their safety and welfare. Under direction of the Lead Teacher, the Teacher Assistant will follow the requirements of the Head Start Performance Standards, RI Child Care Center Regulations for Licensing, and RI Department of Education Early Learning Standards. Our Head Start program utilizes the Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) approach and the Creative Curriculum to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing, and safe learning experience. The Teacher Assistant Float must have excellent communication skills to effectively communicate with parents, children, and staff. The Teacher Assistant will assist the Lead Teacher to provide a supportive social-emotional classroom climate, assist in classroom activities and
transitions to ensure that children are under appropriate supervision and guidance always.
 

Job Qualifications

The individual must have one of the following:

Bachelors or Associates in ECE or a related field; or Certification as a Child Development Associate (CDA); or HS diploma/GED with 6 college credit hours in ECE coursework and one year supervised experience in ECE classroom; or RI Department of Education Certificate of Completion of Teacher Assistant Training Other combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The Rhode Island quality rating and improvement system, Bright Stars defines related degree for early childhood education teachers as Human Development, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Education. Pediatric Nursing, Home Economics/Family & Consumer Science, Physical Education & Recreation and Child & Family Studies. Head Start teacher assistant/float candidates who hold a related degree will have 9 credit hours of coursework in ECE related courses that include but are not limited to child development, early childhood education and curriculum, early childhood teaching and assessment, psychology, family development, health and physical development, mathematics, science, children’s literature, approaches to learning, social and emotional development, language development and communication, creativity, professionalism, differentiated teaching and learning.
 

How to Apply

For Full Time Employees Working 30 – 40 hours per week, EBCAP also provides a comprehensive compensation and benefits package that includes heavily subsidized medical and dental insurance plans (currently BCBSRI), supplemental vision insurance, voluntary medical and dependent care
flexible spending accounts, up to 3% company matching 403(b) retirement plan, employer-paid life insurance & long term disability, generous paid time off that includes vacation/holidays/personal days/sick time, mileage reimbursement, tuition reimbursement, opportunities for center-paid
training/CEUs, employee assistance program, discounts to local businesses and services, such as Work Out World New England, YMCA/Newport, BJ’s Wholesale Club, cellular services, and so much more! Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully updated, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter which notes position title and position number, a resume and salary expectations to employment@ebcap.org EBCAP is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a diverse work environment.
 

East Bay Community Action Program: Temporary Teacher Associates (EBCAP0353)

Program Address

Newport, RI

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is seeking two temporary full time Teacher Associates to join our team and provide a nurturing and safe classroom environment for infants/toddlers in our Early Head Start program at 8 John Chafee Boulevard in Newport, RI. Looking for a
rewarding career and to make a difference in an infant/toddler’s life, then you have found the right path with a rewarding career in Early Head Start at EBCAP.

The Head Start (EHS) Teacher Associates assist the Lead Teachers and cooperate in a supportive role carrying out developmentally appropriate activities for infants and toddlers. The Teacher Associates role is to promote the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to
their safety and welfare. The Teacher Associates will follow the requirements of the Head Start Performance Standards, RI Child Care Center Regulations for Licensing, and RI Department of Education Early Learning Standards. Our Early Head Start program utilizes the Positive Behavioral
Intervention and Supports (PBIS) approach and the Creative Curriculum to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing, and safe learning experience. The Teacher Associates must have excellent communication skills to effectively communicate with parents, children, staff, community representatives and volunteers. The Associate Teacher assists the Lead Teacher to observe and record behaviors of children and identify each child’s strengths and areas to grow. The Associate Teacher will develop and utilize daily plans which promote the social, emotional, physical, and
cognitive development of EHS children.

Job Qualifications

The individual must have one of the following:

Bachelors or Associates in ECE or a related field; or Certification as a Child Development Associate (CDA); or HS diploma/GED with 6 college credit hours in ECE coursework and one year supervised experience in ECE classroom; or RI Department of Education Certificate of Completion of Teacher Assistant
Training. Other combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The Rhode Island quality rating and improvement system, Bright Stars defines related degree for early childhood education teachers as Human Development, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Education. Pediatric Nursing, Home Economics/Family & Consumer Science, Physical Education & Recreation and Child & Family Studies. Head Start teacher assistant/float candidates who hold a related degree will have 9 credit hours of coursework in ECE related courses that include but are not limited to child development, early childhood education and curriculum, early childhood teaching and assessment, psychology, family development, health and physical development, mathematics, science, children’s literature, approaches to learning, social and emotional development, language development and
communication, creativity, professionalism, differentiated teaching and learning.


 

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully updated, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter which notes
position title and position number, a resume and salary expectations to employment@ebcap.org EBCAP is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a diverse work environment.

 

East Bay Community Action Program: Temporary Teacher Associates (EBCAP0353)

Program Address

386 Willett Avenue in East Providence, RI.

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is seeking two temporary full time Teacher Associates to join our team and provide a nurturing and safe classroom environment for infants/toddlers in our Early Head Start program at 386 Willett Avenue in East Providence, RI. Looking for
a rewarding career and to make a difference in an infant/toddler’s life, then you have found the right path with a rewarding career in Early Head Start at EBCAP. The Early Head Start (EHS) Teacher Associates assist the Lead Teachers and cooperate in a supportive role carrying out developmentally appropriate activities for infants and toddlers. The Teacher Associates role is to promote the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to their safety and welfare. The Teacher Associates will follow the requirements of the Head Start Performance Standards, RI Child Care Center
Regulations for Licensing, and RI Department of Education Early Learning Standards. Our Early Head Start program utilizes the Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) approach and the Creative Curriculum to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing,
and safe learning experience. The Teacher Associates must have excellent communication skills to effectively communicate with parents, children, staff, community representatives and volunteers. The Associate Teacher assists the Lead Teacher to observe and record behaviors of children and identify each
child’s strengths and areas to grow. The Associate Teachers will develop and utilize daily plans which promote the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of EHS children.


 

Job Qualifications

The individual must have one of the following: Bachelors or Associates in ECE or a related field; or Certification as a Child Development Associate (CDA); or HS diploma/GED with 6 college credit hours in ECE coursework and one year supervised experience in ECE classroom; or
RI Department of Education Certificate of Completion of Teacher Assistant Training Other combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis The Rhode Island quality rating and improvement system, Bright Stars defines related degree for early childhood education teachers as Human Development, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Education. Pediatric Nursing, Home Economics/Family & Consumer Science, Physical Education & Recreation and Child & Family Studies. Head Start teacher assistant/float candidates who hold a related degree will have 9 credit hours of coursework in ECE related courses that include but are not limited to child development, early childhood education and curriculum, early childhood teaching and assessment, psychology, family development, health and physical development, mathematics, science, children’s literature, approaches to
learning, social and emotional development, language development and communication, creativity, professionalism, differentiated teaching and learning.

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully updated, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter which notes
position title and position number, a resume and salary expectations to employment@ebcap.org

EBCAP is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a diverse work environment.

 

El Bebe Daycare Center: Teacher Assistant & Drivers

Program Address

1396 Broad Street Providence, RI 02905

Job Description

 TWO DIFFERENT POSITIONS:

1.PRESCHOOL TEACHER ASSISTANT/DRIVER
2.SCHOOL AGE DRIVER/ASSISTANT

SUMMARY:
A Teacher Assistant, in collaboration with the Lead Teacher, is responsible for providing a safe, engaging, and developmentally appropriate program for young children that complies with all policies and procedures including, DCYF, Brightstars, and RIDE.

RESPONSABILITIES:

  •  Implement activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs of young children.
  • Ensure equipment and facility are clean, well maintained, and safe at all times
  • Follow weekly and monthly lesson plans
  • Provide a culturally appropriate programs and activities
  • Create ongoing communication and create a positive atmosphere to meet CLASS standards
  • Assist the lead teachers in implementing their plans (PRESCHOOL)
  •  Prep materials


DRIVERS
Ensures the safety and wellbeing of children being transported to and from school, field trips and schedule route.

Complete a weekly driver's report inspection of the bus, reporting any conditions of concern to Director or delegated staff person.

Always follow and maintain road and safety regulations.

Follows procedures to guarantee no child is left alone on bus without adult supervision at any time. Including insuring all children have departed bus at the end of all bus routes.

Each driver is responsible of keeping the van clean and free of debris.

Follow daily schedule and activities for school age children.

Help with homework, lunch and snacks.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Meets expectations for delivering customer acquisition and retention, quality program, operational compliance, and demonstrates expected behaviors. Provide care and support to children.

Engages with current and prospective parents and family members and is responsive to their needs, keep parents informed of program expectations, program activities and their child progress.



 

Job Qualifications

Must be 18 years of age with a high school diploma or GED.

A Valid chauffer Driver's license or willing to acquire one within a period of time.

Proof of Insurance

Certified in First Aid and CPR

Experience working with school age children a must.

RIELDS Training

English or Bilingual Speaking Preference

How to Apply

Email resume to elbebedaycarecenter@hotmail.com

El Bebe Daycare Center: Lead Teacher

Program Address

1396 Broad Street Providence, RI 02905

Job Description

A Lead Teacher , in collaboration with the Assistant Teacher, is responsible for providing a safe, engaging, and developmentally appropriate program for young children that complies with all policies and procedures including, DCYF, Brightstars, and RIDE.

RESPONSABILITIES:

  • Implement activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs of young children.
  • Ensure equipment and facility are clean, well maintained, and safe at all times
  • Follow/create weekly and monthly lesson plans
  • Provide a culturally appropriate programs and activities
  • Create ongoing communication and create a positive atmosphere to meet CLASS standards
  •  Prep materials

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Meets expectations for delivering customer acquisition and retention, quality program, operational compliance, and demonstrates expected behaviors. Provide care and support to children.

Engages with current and prospective parents and family members and is responsive to their needs, keep parents informed of program expectations, program activities and their child progress.



 

Job Qualifications

Must be 18 years of age with a high school diploma or GED.

Certified in First Aid and CPR

Experience working with preschool school children a must.

RIELDS Training: Foundations/Curriculum/Classroom

English or Bilingual Speaking Preference

 

How to Apply

Email resume to elbebedaycarecenter@hotmail.com

Joyful Noise, Inc.: School-age Staff

Program Address

9 New London Ave
West Warwick, RI 02893

Job Description

School-age Staff 3pm to 6pm (more hours possible on public school vacation days and summer, when our program is open all day to accommodate the school-age students).

The school-age staff are responsible for supporting the school age coordinator.

Job Qualifications

 Experience in a school-age program setting REQUIRED. Must have HS diploma or GED. Must have clean BCI and fingerprints.

An individual must be at least 18 years of age, hold a HS diploma, or a GED certification and have had either formal training related to child or youth development; or at least one year of supervised experience working with school age children in a group setting to assume the role of school age staff.

How to Apply

If you have these requirements, please contact us at 401-828-8210 or email Jennifer@JoyfulNoiseInc.com or fax resume to 401-828-8893.

Joyful Noise, Inc.: Toddler and Pre-School Teacher Assistants

Program Address

9 New London Ave
West Warwick, RI 02893

Job Description

Assistant to the teacher in toddler classroom and pre-school classrooms.

The teacher assistant is responsible for supporting the teacher.

Job Qualifications

 Hours vary, must be flexible. Must have HS diploma or GED, clean BCI and Fingerprints.

How to Apply

If you have these requirements, please contact 401-828-8210 or email your resume to Jennifer@JoyfulNoiseInc.com or fax your resume to 401-828-8893.

Joyful Noise, Inc.: Toddler Room Teacher

Program Address

9 New London Ave
West Warwick, RI 02893

Job Description

The classroom teacher works under the supervision and guidance of the Educational Coordinator and is responsible for: the creation and execution of the classroom level curriculum; the development and implementation of a nurturing environment for the children; and communication with families.

Job Qualifications

Preferred requirement is the individual holds a CDA, or an Associate's Degree or higher in early childhood education and has 1 year experience in a licensed/approved early childhood program.

Minimum requirement is must hold a HS diploma with a vocational concentration in childcare or a GED and has 2 years experience in a licensed/approved early childhood program.

How to Apply

Please email your resume to Jennifer@JoyfulNoiseInc.com or fax your resume to 401-828-8893 or contact Jennifer at 401-828-8210.

YMCA of Greater Providence: Out of School Time Coordinator- FT

Program Address

Newman YMCA

Job Description

Coordinate the development, administration, supervision, delivery and evaluation of the School’s Out Program at their site in accordance with YMCA Guidelines and State Licensing Requirements. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Include the following. Other duties may be assigned

  1.  Plan, supervise and implement a well rounded curriculum for the site, i.e. group time, quiet play, outdoor time, sports and assisting with homework; with the YMCA Mission Statement foremost in planning consideration.
  2.  Develop, plan and supervise activities during school vacation weeks, half days and other days off from school.
  3.  Provide short and long term planning in accordance with the policies and philosophies of the After School Child Care Program.
  4.  Provide direction and guidance to staff, aid in staff training and conduct staff meetings. Supervise site staff and provide written evaluation of their work performance.
  5.  Responsible for supervising and demonstrating the ability to set and maintain limits for children using positive reinforcement.
  6.  Supervise proper maintenance of equipment, clean up of work and play areas and inventory or supplies and snacks.
  7.  Maintain good public relations with parents conduct parent meetings and keep Schools’ Out Program Director informed of same.
  8.  Maintain the necessary records involving attendance, proper release procedures, program registrations and documents required for state licensing; as well as collecting and maintaining records of all child care payments.
  9.  Work closely with school personnel in coordination of the site, including transportation needs.
  10.  Work in harmony and cooperation with all appropriate staff, volunteers and members of the YMCA.
  11.  Ensure that the proper procedures regarding vehicle use are followed at all times.
  12.  Responsible fore attending staff meetings/events. Demonstrate and teach the character development values of caring, respect, responsibility and honesty.
  13.  Continually enhance professional development through workshops, educational courses and/or appropriate reading material/ Licensing requires the completion of a minimum of 20 hours training per year relevant to the care of school age children.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
Directly supervises 1-7 employees in the School’s Out Child Care Site. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organizations policies and applicable laws.

 

Job Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability requires. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

The site coordinator shall be at least 21 years of age and shall meet one of the following:

Hold a Bachelor's degree in a field relating to education, child development, human services or recreation from an accredited or approved institution of higher education; and have a minimum of one years' supervised experience working with school age children in a group setting (field placements and student teaching will be counted toward this requirement); or

Hold an Associate's degree in a field relating to education, child development, human services or recreation from an accredited or approved institution of higher education; and have a minimum of two years' supervised experience working with school age children in a group setting (field placements and      student teaching will be counted toward this requirement).

Must be at least 21 years of age

CERTIFICATES and LICENSES

Prior to or on first day of employment:

Child Abuse Prevention

Meet RI DCYF or MA OCCS requirements

Within first two months of employment:

CPR/ First Aid Certification

Listen First

Obtain a chauffeur’s license or MA 7D certificate

Work to achieve within 12 months of hire:

YMCA certification in Child Care

Principles of YMCA Child Care

Working with 5-9 year olds

Working with 10-14 year olds

School Age Child Care Director Training

Lock out/ tag out training

Must complete a minimum of 20 hours of training per year relevant to the care of school age children.

Must be willing to attend training and certifications to improve knowledge and program quality.


 

How to Apply

http://http://www.jobs.net/j/JmayHkJf?idpartenaire=20011

 

YMCA of Greater Providence: Kids Care Leader

Program Address

Barrington, RI

Job Description

 Responsible for the supervision and safety of children, while providing high quality Kids Care programs that allow for positive interaction with children and their families. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Include the following. Other duties may be assigned

 Assist in maintaining the necessary records involving attendance and sign-in and sign-out sheets. When releasing child(ren), insure the proper release procedures are followed and appropriate identification is shown.

 Inform parents of the system used for accountability of the children. Be prepared to describe the program features and procedures.

 Maintain good public relations with parents and members. Direct serious matters to the Coordinator or Program Director.

 Set up and break down equipment as necessary. Report deficiencies in equipment and supplies to the Coordinator or Program Director.

 Responsible for the health and safety of Prime Time participants. Cautioning them regarding unsafe practices and conditions. Perform rescue/first aid when necessary. Report accidents and injuries and complete incident reports.

 Maintain a neat, clean and pleasant environment.

 Arriving prepared for the scheduled shift, which includes arriving for duty 15 minutes prior; in proper attire; prepared for constant concentration and visual surveillance of participants with no distractions

 Demonstrate and teach the Character Development values of caring, respect, responsibility and honesty. 10. Be a member service ambassador remaining abreast of current programs and facility schedules. Being prepared to provide personalized direction to other YMCA services.

 Work in harmony and cooperation with the staff, volunteers and members of the YMCA

 Communicate with members, make them feel welcome and address them by name


 

Job Qualifications

CERTIFICATES and LICENSES

  • Prior to or on the first day of employment:
  • Child Abuse Prevention
  • Meet RI DCYF or MA OCCS requirements
  • Within first two months of employment:
  • CPR/ First Aid Certification
  • Listen First
  • Participating in ongoing education in early childhood development
  • Must complete a minimum of 20 hours of training per year, i.e. attendance at Early Childhood Conference, Childcare Symposium and Y’s Way to Child Care program offerings.
  • Hazard Communications Training
  • It is the Employees responsibility to maintain all certifications and renew in a timely manner in accordance with Certifying Organization.
  • EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
  • High School (GED) Preferred




 

How to Apply

http://http://www.jobs.net/j/JTktpmQl?idpartenaire=20011


 

YMCA of Greater Providence: Out of School Time Coordinator

Program Address

Kent County- Warwick, RI

Job Description

The YMCA of Greater Providence is currently hiring an Out of School Time Site Coordinator! The Out of School Time Site Coordinator has overall responsibility for site program delivery, program administration, staffing, and parent communication at the site.

This person will be responsible for staff coach, training and development, data collection and tracking and school engagement.

They have overall responsibility to evaluate site effectiveness and insure compliance with GPYMCA policies and guidelines along with RI State Licensing requirements.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Include but not limited to

  •  Plan, supervise and implement a well-rounded, academically aligned curriculum (including objectives, lesson plans and evaluation) for the site, i.e. project based learning, health and wellness activities, homework support.
  •  Develop, plan and supervise activities during school vacation weeks, and other days off from school.
  •  Support planning and implementation of the Summer Learning Program
  •  Provide direction and guidance to staff, aid in staff training and conduct staff meetings. Supervise site staff and provide written evaluation of their work performance.
  •  Responsible for supervising and demonstrating the ability to set and maintain limits for children using positive reinforcement.
  •  Create systems and processes when needed, particularly around staff coverage, data collection, recruitment and retention.
  •  Maintain positive relationships with parents in OST and during school day by participating in PTO and family engagement activities.
  •  Plan and implement, with staff, monthly parent engagement activities. 
  •  Maintain the necessary records involving attendance, proper release procedures, program registrations and documents required for state licensing; as well as collecting and maintaining records of all child care payments.
  •  Ensure that the proper procedures regarding vehicle use are followed at all times.
  •  Continually enhance professional development through workshops, educational courses and/or appropriate reading material/ Licensing requires the completion of a minimum of 20 hours training per year relevant to the care of school age children.



 

Job Qualifications

Education/Experience:

  •  Directly supervise 1-7 employees in the school based OST Site. Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organizations policies and applicable laws.
  •  Holds at least an Associates Degree or sixty college credit hours, with eighteen of them in a field relating to education, child development, human services or recreation from an approved and accredited institution of higher education.
  •  Bi-lingual in Spanish is highly preferred
  •  CPR/First Aid Certificatioin/Listen First/Child Abuse Prevention (prior to or on first day of employoment).
  •  Obtain a chauffeur's license or MA 7D certificate/ Meet RI DCYF requiremets.

How to Apply

http://www.jobs.net/j/JHBsaqaj?idpartenaire=20011

 

Tri-County Community Action Agency: Teacher Assistant

Program Address

1126 Hartford Avenue
Johnston, RI 02919

Job Description

TEACHER ASSISTANT Joyful Learning Child Academy South Kingstown.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the supervision of the Center Director and Classroom Teacher, the Teacher Assistant is responsible for helping to create and maintain a safe and secure environment for children from infants to pre-school while working in conjunction with families and staff. Love of
children and the ability to build and maintain positive relationships with families is a must.

HOURS: Full-time position available upon completion of background screening and immunization screening process.


 

Job Qualifications

High School Diploma/GED and previous experience required. RIELDS Certificate a plus.


 

How to Apply

 Cover letter and resume due to Tri-County Community Action Agency at apply@tricountyri.org or fax to HR at 1-855-372-4016 or 401-351-6611.

 

Genesis Child Development & Learning Center: Lead Head Start Teacher

Program Address

620 Potters Avenue
Providence, RI 02907

Job Description

Genesis Early Learning Center is seeking an experienced, passionate and organized Lead Head Start Teacher to Preschool. Teacher to work in our recently renovated Preschool Room. Applicants must possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education (or related field) and have at least three years of teaching experience. This is a full-time, year-round position with a competitive benefits package that includes medical, dental, retirement savings plan, paid time off and holidays. This job requires but is not limited to supervising teacher assistants and per diem staff to ensure compliance with and implementation of Head Start Program Performance Standards, DCYF Regulations, Rhode Island Department of Education Early Learning Standards, Genesis Personnel Policies, The Creative Curriculum and developmentally appropriate practices (DAP) as defined by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and Caring For Our Children to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing, and safe learning experience. 30 hrs/year professional development.

 

Job Qualifications

REQUIRED EDUCATION:

 Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field The Lead Head Start Teacher will have:

  •  Ability to model and maintain the utmost level of confidentiality, respecting and preserving the dignity and privacy of children, families, staff, and program operations.
  •  Ability to create and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum aligned to Rhode Island Early Learning and Development Standards
  •  Possess good communication, reading, writing and analytical skills are required. Ability to effectively communicate with staff, parents, children, community representatives and volunteers in a professional and respectful manner, Bi-lingual ability a plus.
  •  Demonstrated classroom management and curriculum planning experience.
  •  Basic computer skills required.
  •  Must be certified in CPR and First Aid within 30 days of hire.
  •  Head Start experience preferred.
  •  Physical ability to perform tasks, including but not limited to, bend and lift thirty (30) pounds, climbing stairs, and be physically able to meet the challenges of caring for young children old i.e. be able to sit on floor with children. Ability to see and hear required.
  •  Local travel for home visiting is required.




 

How to Apply

Only complete applications with required qualifications will be considered. Please send resume and cover letter to Catherine Green at cgreen@gencenter.org.
 

YMCA of Greater Providence: Kids Care Leader

Program Address

Hope Street, Providence

Job Description

Responsible for the supervision and safety of children, while providing high quality Prime Time programs that allow for positive interaction with children and their families.

YMCA of Greater Providence Team Standards:

  •  Know our mission and be able to tell our story. The mission of the YMCA of Greater Providence is to build healthy spirit, mind and body for all, through programs, services and relationships that are based on our core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.
  •  Honor your colleagues by being on time, present and fully engaged at all times.
  •  If you disagree, propose a solution.
  •  Be accountable for results.
  •  A commitment to valuing and acting as one YMCA as evidenced by referring to ourselves as employees of the YMCA of Greater Providence.
  •  Display leadership that requires not only skill, but energy, passion, optimism and creativity.
  •  Build open and honest communication. Face to face, or voice to voice, is the preferred method of communication with email for information sharing only.
  •  Deliver exceptional service that is of high value. Build a positive staff team. Be friendly.

It is the Employees responsibility to maintain all certifications and renew in a timely manner in accordance with Certifying Organization.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Include the following. Other duties may be assigned

  •  Assist in maintaining the necessary records involving attendance and sign-in sign-out sheets. When releasing child(ren), insure the proper release procedures are followed and appropriate identification is shown.
  •  Inform parents of the system used for accountability of the children. Be prepared to describe the program features and procedures. 
  •  Maintain good public relations with parents and direct serious matters to the Coordinator or Program Director.
  •  Set up and break down equipment as necessary.
  •  Responsible for the health and safety of Prime Time participants. Cautioning them regarding unsafe practices and conditions. Perform rescue/first aid when necessary. Report accidents and injuries and complete incident reports.
  •  Maintain a neat, clean and pleasant environment. Report deficiencies in equipment and supplies to the Coordinator or Program Director. 
  •  Arriving prepared for the scheduled shift, which includes arriving for duty 15 minutes prior; in proper attire; prepared for constant concentration and visual surveillance of participants with no distractions.
  •  Find coverage for self in the event of an absence and then notify the Coordinator or Program Director of the change. 
  •  Responsible for attending staff meetings/events. Demonstrate and teach the Character Development values of caring, respect, responsibility and honesty. 
  •  Be a member service ambassador remaining abreast of current programs and facility schedules. Being prepared to provide personalized direction to other YMCA services. 
  •  Work in harmony and cooperation with the staff, volunteers and members of the YMCA.
  •  Communicate with members, make them feel welcome and address them by name.

Job Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability requires. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and/or Experience: High School (GED) Preferred

Certifications / Training: Within first two months of employment:

CPR/ First Aid Certification

Listen First

Child Abuse Prevention

Meet RI DCYF or MA OCCS requirements

Participating in ongoing education in early childhood development. Must complete a minimum of 20 hours of training per year, i.e. attendance at Early Childhood Conference, Childcare Symposium and Y’s Way to Child Care program offerings.

Hazard Communications Training


 

How to Apply

http://www.jobs.net/j/JTQIkmRp?idpartenaire=20011

 

East Bay Community Action Program: Teacher Associates/Early Head Start (EBCAP0228)

Program Address

Newport, RI

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is seeking two full time/full year Teacher Associates to join our team and provide a nurturing and safe classroom environment for infants/toddlers in our Early Head Start program at 8 John Chafee Boulevard in Newport, RI. Looking for a rewarding career and to make a difference in an infant/toddler’s life, then you have found the right path with a rewarding career in Early Head Start at EBCAP.

The Early Head Start (EHS) Teacher Associates assist the Lead Teachers and cooperate in a supportive role carrying out developmentally appropriate activities for infants and toddlers. The Teacher Associates role is to promote the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to their safety and welfare. The Teacher Associates will follow the requirements of the Head Start Performance Standards, RI Child Care Center Regulations for Licensing, and RI Department of Education Early Learning Standards.

Our Early Head Start program utilizes the Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) approach and the Creative Curriculum to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing, and safe learning experience.

Job Qualifications

The Teacher Associates must have excellent communication skills to effectively communicate with parents, children, staff, community representatives and volunteers. The Associate Teacher assists the Lead Teacher to observe and record behaviors of children and identify each child’s strengths and areas to grow. The Associate Teacher will develop and utilize daily plans which promote the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of EHS children.

The individual must have one of the following: Bachelors or Associates in ECE or a related field*; or Certification as a Child Development Associate (CDA); or HS diploma/GED with 6 college credit hours in ECE coursework and one year supervised experience in ECE classroom; or RI Department of Education Certificate of Completion of Teacher Assistant Training Other combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

The Rhode Island quality rating and improvement system, Bright Stars defines related degree for early childhood education teachers as Human Development, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Education. Pediatric Nursing, Home Economics/Family & Consumer Science, Physical Education &
Recreation and Child & Family Studies. Head Start teacher assistant/float candidates who hold a related degree will have 9 credit hours of coursework in ECE related courses that include but are not limited to child development, early childhood education and curriculum, early childhood teaching and assessment, psychology, family development, health and physical development, mathematics, science, children’s literature, approaches to learning, social and emotional development, language development and communication, creativity, professionalism, differentiated teaching and learning.

Other Information

For Full Time Employees Working 30 – 40 hours per week, EBCAP also provides a comprehensive compensation and benefits package that includes heavily subsidized medical and dental insurance plans (currently BCBSRI), supplemental vision insurance, voluntary medical and dependent care
flexible spending accounts, up to 3% company matching 403(b) retirement plan, employer-paid life insurance & long term disability, generous paid time off that includes vacation/holidays/personal days/sick time, mileage reimbursement, tuition reimbursement, opportunities for center-paid training/CEUs, employee assistance program, discounts to local businesses and services, such as Work Out World New England, YMCA/Newport, BJ’s Wholesale Club, cellular services, and so much more!

EBCAP is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a diverse work environment.

 

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully updated, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter which notes
position title and position number, a resume and salary expectations to employment@ebcap.org
 

East Bay Community Action Program: Teacher Assistant Float, Head Start (EBCAP0320)

Program Address

Warren, RI

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is seeking a part time/full year Teacher Assistant to join our team and provide a nurturing and safe classroom environment for children in the Head Start program at 790 Main Street in Warren, RI. If you are looking for a rewarding career and to make a difference in a child’s life, then you have found the right path with unique opportunity in Head Start at EBCAP.

The Teacher Assistant will work in partnership with the teachers, to provide daily classroom activities that are developmentally appropriate for preschool children. The teaching team is responsible for promoting the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to their safety and welfare. Under direction of the Lead Teacher, the Teacher Assistant will follow the requirements of the Head Start Performance Standards, RI Child Care Center Regulations for Licensing, and RI Department of Education Early Learning Standards. Our Head Start program utilizes the Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) approach and the Creative Curriculum to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing, and safe learning experience.

 

Job Qualifications

The Teacher Assistant must have excellent communication skills to effectively communicate with parents, children, and staff. The Teacher Assistant will assist the Lead Teacher to provide a supportive social-emotional classroom climate, assist in classroom activities and transitions to ensure that children are under appropriate supervision and guidance always.

The individual must have one of the following: Bachelors or Associates in ECE or a related field*; or Certification as a Child Development Associate (CDA); or HS diploma/GED with 6 college credit hours in ECE coursework and one year supervised experience in ECE classroom; or RI Department of Education Certificate of Completion of Teacher Assistant Training Other combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

The Rhode Island quality rating and improvement system, Bright Stars defines related degree for early childhood education teachers as Human Development, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Education. Pediatric Nursing, Home Economics/Family & Consumer Science, Physical Education & Recreation and Child & Family Studies. Head Start teacher assistant/float candidates who hold a related degree will have 9 credit hours of coursework in ECE related courses that include but are not limited to child development, early childhood education and curriculum, early childhood teaching and assessment, psychology, family development, health and physical development, mathematics, science, children’s literature, approaches to learning, social and emotional development, language development and communication, creativity, professionalism, differentiated teaching and learning.

Other Information

For Part Time Employees Working 16 – 29 hours per week, EBCAP also provides a comprehensive compensation and benefits package that includes free and convenient parking, up to 3% company matching 403(b) retirement plan, generous paid time off that includes vacation/holidays/sick
time, voluntary medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts, mileage reimbursement, opportunities for center-paid training/CEU’s, employee assistance program, discounts to local businesses and services, such as Work Out World New England; YMCA/Newport; BJ’s Wholesale Club,
cellular services, and so much more! EBCAP is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a diverse work environment.
 

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully updated, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter which notes
position title and position number, a resume and salary expectations to employment@ebcap.org

 

East Bay Community Action Program: Teacher Assistant Float, Head Start (EBCAP0320)

Program Address

Tiverton, RI

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is seeking a part time/full year Teacher Assistant Float to join our team and provide a nurturing and safe classroom environment for children in the Head Start program at 1048 Stafford Road in Tiverton, RI. If you are looking for a rewarding career and to make a difference in a child’s life, then you have found the right path with unique opportunity in Head Start at EBCAP. The Teacher Assistant will work in partnership with the teachers, to provide daily classroom activities that are developmentally appropriate for preschool children.

The teaching team is responsible for promoting the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to their safety and welfare. Under direction of the Lead Teacher, the Teacher Assistant will follow the requirements of the Head Start Performance Standards, RI Child Care Center Regulations for Licensing, and RI Department of Education Early Learning Standards. Our Head Start program utilizes the Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) approach and the Creative Curriculum to ensure that all children have the opportunity for a high quality, nurturing, and safe learning experience.

Job Qualifications

The Teacher Assistant must have excellent communication skills to effectively communicate with parents, children, and staff. The Teacher Assistant will assist the Lead Teacher to provide a supportive social-emotional classroom climate, assist in classroom activities and transitions to ensure that children are under appropriate supervision and guidance always. 

The individual must have one of the following: Bachelors or Associates in ECE or a related field*; or Certification as a Child Development Associate (CDA); or HS diploma/GED with 6 college credit hours in ECE coursework and one year supervised experience in ECE classroom; or RI Department of Education Certificate of Completion of Teacher Assistant Training Other combinations of education and experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis *The Rhode Island quality rating and improvement system, Bright Stars defines related degree for early childhood education teachers as Human Development, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Education.

Pediatric Nursing, Home Economics/Family & Consumer Science, Physical Education & Recreation and Child & Family Studies. Head Start teacher assistant/float candidates who hold a related degree will have 9 credit hours of coursework in ECE related courses that include but are not limited to child development, early childhood education and curriculum, early childhood teaching and assessment, psychology, family development, health and physical development, mathematics, science, children’s literature, approaches to learning, social and emotional development, language development and communication, creativity, professionalism, differentiated teaching and learning.

 

Other Information

For Part Time Employees Working 16 – 29 hours per week, EBCAP also provides a comprehensive compensation and benefits package that includes free and convenient parking, up to 3% company matching 403(b) retirement plan, generous paid time off that includes vacation/holidays/sick time, voluntary medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts, mileage reimbursement, opportunities for center-paid training/CEU’s, employee assistance program, discounts to local businesses and services, such as Work Out World New England; YMCA/Newport; BJ’s Wholesale Club, cellular services, and so much more! EBCAP is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a diverse work environment.

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully updated, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter which notes
position title and position number, a resume and salary expectations to employment@ebcap.org
 

East Bay Community Action Program: Kitchen Aide Substitute, Head Start (EBCAP0306)

Program Address

Newport, RI

Job Description

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP) is seeking two Kitchen Aide Substitutes for our Head Start Program at 740 West Main Road, Middletown and 8 John H. Chafee Boulevard, Newport, RI. Head Start is an Early Childhood Education program for children ages birth to 5. 

The position is a per diem position and shifts would span 8:00 am to 4:30 pm when called in. The Kitchen Aides deliver meals and snacks to the classrooms, maintain a clean and safe kitchen, and communicate with the caterer as needed. Under direction of the Nutrition Manager, the Kitchen Aide Substitutes must follow all food handling procedures as well as food allergy protocols.
 

Job Qualifications

The Kitchen Aide Substitutes require a minimum of a High School Diploma or GED. This position is on call and therefore does not have a guarantee on the number of hours available per week.

Other Information

EBCAP is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a diverse work environment.

 

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at East Bay Community Action Program. Our new and enhanced applicant tracking system is currently under construction. Until our system has been fully updated, we are asking all applicants to submit a cover letter which notes
position title and position number, a resume and salary expectations to employment@ebcap.org.

YMCA of Greater Providence: Out of School Time Director

Program Address

Cranston, RI

Job Description

The Cranston YMCA is seeking a cause-driven leader to join our leadership team! At the Y, it's more than a job... it's a purpose. The work of the Out of School Time Director positively affects the lives of children and families in our community. We are providing youth the ability to be the best they can be and build confidence through learning new skills, making new friends, being physically active and succeeding in school. Join our team and make a difference in the community. 

Under the direction of the Operations Director, the Out of School Time Director will be responsible for the development, administration, supervision and delivery of school age Out of School Time Programs in Cranston. This position's primary focus is on direct, hands-on leadership relative to school age programs, insuring that service to YMCA members and the community are maximized. Serves as a spokesperson for the Cranston YMCA OST department and our mission to provide high quality, enrichment programming for youth and to close the achievement gap and stem summer learning loss. Oversee the planning, development and delivery of OST programs in accordance with YMCA guidelines, grant requirements and State Licensing requirements and insure adherence to all.

Supports and implements policies and practices designed to uphold a high quality experience for staff, students and families. Provide leadership and support to staff, community partners, and volunteers to insure creative enrichment program which is developmentally appropriate and aligned to RI grade level expectations. Maintain a positive rapport with parents of participants in the program, listening and responding to the needs of the families we serve. Plan parent engagement events for OST and recruit parents and volunteers to attend.

Support a structure for staffing that allows for optimal pool of staff at sites daily to meet ratios and programming needs. Supervision of OST Site Directors and development of training for all OST staff, reviewing individual performance and effectiveness, contributing to annual appraisals and participating in all aspects of staff supervision in accordance with description under "Supervisory Responsibilities." Oversees OST budget, in particular staffing and supply expenses and childcare and DHS revenues.

Evaluation of the OST program, according to standards and guidelines set forth by best practices. Utilizes data to drive program improvement and decision making. Build strong relationships with school personnel and community partnerships. Responsible for the development, monitoring and controlling of the OST operating budget. Ensure recruitment of participants to meet budget expectations.


 

Job Qualifications

B.A. required, MA preferred. Bi lingual is desirable. Must have at least 3 years of experience working in an educational setting with an Out of School Time focus and managing multiple staff and programs. Excellent organizational skills: attention to detail, ability of prioritize,
and to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.

 

How to Apply

http://www.jobs.net/j/JIllGRPA?idpartenaire=20011


 

Way to Grow Early Learning Center-: Toddler / Early Preschool Lead Teacher

Program Address

1 Falco St.
North Providence, RI 02911

Job Description

Our Center operates under NAEYC criteria is & seeking a candidate who is very enthusiastic about working with children ages 18 mos. - 3 years. Candidate must be warm, friendly, energetic, reliable, flexible in both work environment and scheduling. Position requires curriculum planning with RIELDS, classroom management & potty training. If you are that special individual searching for a little school that you can be comfortable in, join our family of early educators!

We offer:

  • Starting pay of $12-13.00 per hour depending on qualifications
  • Year round position, part time or full time.
  • Paid holidays
  • Paid vacations
  • Paid Bonus days
  • Dental Benefits
  • Continued Training and Professional Development provided
  • 50% toward CPR/1st Aide certification
  • Sorry, no medical benefits available at this time

Job Qualifications

Only professionally experienced individuals apply. THANK YOU
Requirements:

  • Prefer a Minimum of a CDA with 9 college credits or no CDA with 12 credits in EC or an Associates Degree in EC
  • Minimum of 3-5 years experience working with children ages 2 & 3yrs. in a professional setting
  • Willing and able to work with potty training children

How to Apply

Please send your inquiry & resume to: bevjes413@gmail.com
I will be happy to contact you for a possible interview.

Way to Grow Early Learning Center: Teacher / Child Care Assistant

Program Address

1 Falco St.
North Providence, RI 02911

Job Description

Teacher / Child Care Assistant wanted for cozy Preschool located in North Providence. Enthusiastic individual to work directly with children, possibly create, implement & oversee fun, creative Hands-On activities using RIEDLS standards are part of the duties of this wonderful position. RIC & CCRI Early or Elem Ed Students are encouraged to apply. Part & full time hours available. Great team-oriented staff.

We offer:

  • Competitive pay
  • Holidays paid for full time position
  • Vacation Days paid for full time position
  • Position is year round, Some flexibility for summer days off
  • Continued Training and Professional Development provided
  • 50% paid toward CPR/1st Aide certification
  • Sorry, no medical benefits available at this time
  • 6 Paid bonus days available per year
  • Dental Benefits available

Job Qualifications

  • Experience in a professional EC setting is preferred but not a must.
  • Coursework in EC education is a plus !
  • Level I Foundation RIELDS Class completion or willingness to complete.
  • Excellent communication skills & flexibility is a must.
  • Be able to lift 40 lbs.

How to Apply

Currently Interviewing. Please email resume with cover letter to info@waytogrow.com

 

Joyful Hearts Childcare Center: Pre-School Lead Teacher

Program Address

91 Cottage St
Pawtucket RI
02860

Job Description

Joyful Hearts Childcare is looking for a full time toddler and Preschool Lead teacher. We are a very friendly environment. We are a big family. Our number priority is working in a positive, safe and fun environment. We are looking forward meeting you soon.Develop weekly plans aligned with Rhode Island Early Learning Standards Choose Monthly Goals from Rhode Island Early Learning and Development Standards Implement Creative Curriculum Document daily observations of children (photos, anecdotes, work sample etc..) Enter all documentation into Teaching Strategies Gold Inform families about child's day using "Kaymbu" (mobile app) Meet with Parents three times a year to discuss their child's progress Basic Cleaning (dust shelves etc...) Finish 20 hours of Professional development training a year Complete RIELDS comply with Joyful Hearts regulations regarding childcare Attend and participate in staff meetings, center events, and parent meeting requested. 

Job Qualifications

12 college Credits or more CPR &First; Aid 2 years of experience or more.

Other Information

Paid Vacations & Holidays. 

How to Apply

Email your resume at joyfulheartschildcare@yahoo.com. We will call you and schedule an interview.

 

Federal Hill House - School Age Program: 1 School Age Staff & 2 Van Drivers

Program Address

9 Courtland Street
Providence, RI 02908

Job Description

Federal Hill House Association is a nonprofit social service agency in Providence, Rhode Island. Federal Hill House’s School Age Child Care (SACC) Program serves elementary and middle school students before and after school. We provide transportation to and from partner schools, and provide
breakfast and an afternoon snack. We operate a full day summer enrichment program. We serve an average of 40 students before school and 65 students after school.

The School Age Child Care Program Assistant is responsible for managing a group of school age children during after school hours, and full time during school vacations. The program assistant serves as a role model, develops positive relationships with children and families, delivers curriculum
content, and ensures the safety of all children. Program Assistants also drive a 15 passenger van for school pick up, and during field trips.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Maintain a safe and clean environment at all times Develop positive, productive relationships with children, parents and caregivers.
Uphold all program / agency policies and procedures.
Provide input to curriculum planning.
Implement enrichment curriculum and provide support for homework start Assist with breakfast / snacks, ensuring compliance with menu and meal protocols.
Comply with all DCYF regulations.
Create positive, productive program environment utilizing positive and preventative classroom management techniques and responding to the developmental needs of children Participate in on-boarding training and orientation as well as on-going professional development.
Participate in monthly staff meetings and common planning time.
Maintain effective interaction with colleagues.
Communicate concerns to supervisor in a timely manner.
Drive agency 15 passenger van during school pick up, and / or field trips.
Attend agency meetings / trainings as requested.
Additional duties as assigned.

 

Job Qualifications

Van Drivers:

Must be 21 years old, hold a valid driver's license, have a clean driving record, , and ability / willingness to obtain chauffeur's license within four weeks Experience Preferred.

School Age Staff:

Must be 18 years old, hold a high school diploma or GED certificate,and can pass a fingerprint and DCYF background check. Must have either formal training related to child or youth development or at least 1 year of supervised working experience working with school age children in a group
setting. Preferred requirements: Bachelors’, Associates, or active pursuit of college degree, and at least one year of experience working in after school or summer camps Must be able to clear all required background checks.

All Positions:

  • Excellent relationship building skills
  • Positive group management skills
  • Love for children and belief that all children have the ability to thrive in a supportive, structured environment
  • Reliability and professionalism
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development

Hours for all 3 positions are:
Monday - Friday 7:00am - 9:00am;
Monday - Thursday 2:00 - 6:00pm;
Friday - 12:30 - 6:00

 

How to Apply

email your resume to dwalsh@federalhillhouse.org

Love 4 All Learning Center Metcalf Location: Lead & Assistant Teachers

Program Address

162 Metcalf Street
Providence, RI 02904
401-272-5013

Job Description

A teacher is responsible for providing a safe, engaging, and developmentally appropriate program for young children that complies with all policies and procedures including, DCYF, Brightstars, and RIDE.

Among many others, some of the responsibilities include:

  • Implement activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs of young children. (RIELDS)
  • Ensure equipment and facility are clean, well maintained, and safe at all times
  • Follow/create weekly lesson plans
  • Provide a culturally appropriate programs and activities
  • Create ongoing communication and create a positive atmosphere
  • Prep materials

Job Qualifications

  • Minimum of High School Diploma or GED
  • Certified in First Aid and CPR
  • Experience working with preschool school children is a must.
  • RIELDS Training: Foundations/Curriculum/Classroom
  • English or Bilingual Speaking Preference

How to Apply

Email your resume at METCALFL4A@GMAIL.COM Also, feel free to contact the center at 401-272-5013 ask for Gina or Wendy