Centerville

Summary of Position:

The assistant teacher works under the guidance of the lead teacher. The assistant teacher is to support the social/emotional, physical, cognitive, and safety for all children under their care.

Responsibilities:

Assistant teachers are to support the children’s learning by following the daily schedule in an environment that is appropriate for the children.

Helps with the day to day observations of the children and follows all guidelines for the classroom that have been assigned by the lead teacher.

Is responsible in following all state rules and company guidelines for a group of children assigned to her.

Nurture the children and attend to their emotional needs within a timely manner.

Use caregiving routines such as those related to diapering, toileting, feeding, eating, sleeping, hand washing, and transitions.

During the lead teacher’s absence, the assistant teacher takes the responsibility of the classroom.

Supervises and always interacts with the children.

Helps with parent/teacher conference, if needed.

Respects all families and maintains confidentiality about the children and their families.

Follows the classroom’s daily and weekly cleaning chart to ensure that the environment is clean and safe for the children.

Physical Requirements:

  1. Be willing and able to impart information and orally communicate with children, families, and others.
  2. Be able to communicate and follow/give directions.
  3. Be willing and able to read, write, understand, and respond to written instructions, communications, and materials.
  4. Be able to stand, run, sit, pickup, and hold a child
  5. Be able to supervise the children indoors and outdoors while being part of the children’s routine and daily activities.
  6. Be able to lift a child weighing up to 40 pounds.
  7. Be willing and able to drive a center bus safely transporting up to 13 children. Driving a center bus is required for all teachers working with children age 5-11. A Bureau of Motor Vehicle report is required by our insurance carrier and will be conducted to ensure all potential employees required to drive has a good driving record and are at least 24 years of age. The insurance company reserves the right to exclude applicants based on their driving record.

Educational Requirements: High School Diploma

CDA

Summary of Position:

The assistant teacher works under the guidance of the lead teacher. The assistant teacher is to support the social/emotional, physical, cognitive, and safety for all children under their care.

Responsibilities:

Assistant teachers are to support the children’s learning by following the daily schedule in an environment that is appropriate for the children.

Helps with the day to day observations of the children and follows all guidelines for the classroom that have been assigned by the lead teacher.

Is responsible in following all state rules and company guidelines for a group of children assigned to her.

Nurture the children and attend to their emotional needs within a timely manner.

Use caregiving routines such as those related to diapering, toileting, feeding, eating, sleeping, hand washing, and transitions.

During the lead teacher’s absence, the assistant teacher takes the responsibility of the classroom.

Supervises and always interacts with the children.

Helps with parent/teacher conference, if needed.

Respects all families and maintains confidentiality about the children and their families.

Follows the classroom’s daily and weekly cleaning chart to ensure that the environment is clean and safe for the children.

Physical Requirements:

  1. Be willing and able to impart information and orally communicate with children, families, and others.
  2. Be able to communicate and follow/give directions.
  3. Be willing and able to read, write, understand, and respond to written instructions, communications, and materials.
  4. Be able to stand, run, sit, pickup, and hold a child.
  5. Be able to supervise the children indoors and outdoors while being part of the children’s routine and daily activities.
  6. Be able to lift a child weighing up to 40
  7. Be willing and able to drive a center bus safely transporting up to 13 children. Driving a center bus is required for all teachers working with children age 5-11. A Bureau of Motor Vehicle report is required by our insurance carrier and will be conducted to ensure all potential employees required to drive has a good driving record and are at least 24 years of age. The insurance company reserves the right to exclude applicants based on their driving record.

Educational Requirements: High School Diploma

CDA

Huber Heights

Summary of Position

Lead teachers have the responsibility of providing a developmentally appropriate program that supports the children’s social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development in a safe and nurturing environment that is arranged according to each child’s age and stages of development.

Responsibilities

  • Follow all required documentation through ongoing assessment, observing, documenting, and reflecting on each child’s progress knowing where the child is on his learning.
  • Prepare lesson plans according to the individual needs and group needs, utilizing Creative Curriculum and Ohio Early Learning Standards.
  • Lesson plans are submitted on a weekly basis for director approval.
  • Responsible for keeping up with all required training in his/her area of expertise as required by ODJFS and Step Up To Quality.
  • Ensure that the children are following a daily routine.
  • Be able to mentor new teachers or assistant teachers.
  • Conduct himself/herself professionally and be able to make ethical decisions affecting assistant teachers, children, and families.
  • Able to conduct parent/teacher conferences to address issues with families keeping in mind the nature of the job.
  • Follow Early Beginnings Standards and be able to explain them to assistant teachers, if needed, as well as to the parent.
  • Use caregiving routines such as those related to diapering, toileting, feeding, eating, sleeping, hand washing, and transitions throughout the day as a “teachable moment” between the teacher and children.
  • Supervise and interact with the children at all times.
  • Nurture the children and attend to their emotional needs within a timely manner.
  • Respecting and maintaining confidentiality about the children and the families we serve.

Troy

Summary of Position

Lead teachers have the responsibility of providing a developmentally appropriate program that supports the children’s social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development in a safe and nurturing environment that is arranged according to each child’s age and stages of development.

Responsibilities

  • Follow all required documentation through ongoing assessment, observing, documenting, and reflecting on each child’s progress knowing where the child is on his learning.
  • Prepare lesson plans according to the individual needs and group needs, utilizing Creative Curriculum and Ohio Early Learning Standards.
  • Lesson plans are submitted on a weekly basis for director approval.
  • Responsible for keeping up with all required training in his/her area of expertise as required by ODJFS and Step Up To Quality.
  • Ensure that the children are following a daily routine.
  • Be able to mentor new teachers or assistant teachers.
  • Conduct himself/herself professionally and be able to make ethical decisions affecting assistant teachers, children, and families.
  • Able to conduct parent/teacher conferences to address issues with families keeping in mind the nature of the job.
  • Follow Early Beginnings Standards and be able to explain them to assistant teachers, if needed, as well as to the parent.
  • Use caregiving routines such as those related to diapering, toileting, feeding, eating, sleeping, hand washing, and transitions throughout the day as a “teachable moment” between the teacher and children.
  • Supervise and interact with the children at all times.
  • Nurture the children and attend to their emotional needs within a timely manner.
  • Respecting and maintaining confidentiality about the children and the families we serve.

Summary of Position:

The cook will prepare meals, distribute the food to all classrooms, go to the grocery store and clean the kitchen. Must be able to drive the center’s bus in order to complete grocery store runs.

Responsibilities:

  1. Follows a four-week menu cycle for breakfast, snacks and lunch. Follows recipes and substitutes items if necessary, with prior approval from the director.
  2. Keep inventory of food as well as equipment and kitchen utensils.
  3. Complete grocery shopping trips once a week or as needed. Prepares the two-week grocery list prior to completing store runs. If additional items are needed, the list must be turned into and approved by the director in advance.
  4. Ensures that the food is prepared and ready to pass out to the classrooms on time.
  5. Distributes the food in small containers to allow the staff to practice family style dining.
  6. Must quickly become familiar with children who have allergies and keep track of each child’s personal food. When the child is running out of food, let the child’s primary care giver or director know so the parent can be notified.
  7. Must quickly become familiarized with the health and state guideline as well as the company’s requirements for food preparation.
  8. Ensure that the kitchen is clean at all times.
  9. Responsible for keeping up with all food program paperwork assigned by the director.
  10. Perform other duties as assigned.

Physical Requirements:

  1. Be willing and able to impart information and orally communicate with children, families, and others.
  2. Be able to communicate and follow/give directions.
  3. Be willing and able to read, write, understand, and respond to written instructions, communications, and materials.
  4. Be able to stand, run, sit, pickup, and hold a child.
  5. Be able to supervise the children indoors and outdoors while being part of the children’s routine and daily activities.
  6. Be able to lift a child weighing up to 40 pounds.
  7. Be willing and able to drive a center bus safely transporting up to 13 children. Driving a center bus is required for all teachers working with children age 5-11. A Bureau of Motor Vehicle report is required by our insurance carrier and will be conducted to ensure all potential employees required to drive has a good driving record and are at least 24 years of age. The insurance company reserves the right to exclude applicants based on their driving record.

Educational Requirements: High School Diploma

CDA

Vandalia

Summary of Position

Lead teachers have the responsibility of providing a developmentally appropriate program that supports the children’s social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development in a safe and nurturing environment that is arranged according to each child’s age and stages of development.

Responsibilities

  • Follow all required documentation through ongoing assessment, observing, documenting, and reflecting on each child’s progress knowing where the child is on his learning.
  • Prepare lesson plans according to the individual needs and group needs, utilizing Creative Curriculum and Ohio Early Learning Standards.
  • Lesson plans are submitted on a weekly basis for director approval.
  • Responsible for keeping up with all required training in his/her area of expertise as required by ODJFS and Step Up To Quality.
  • Ensure that the children are following a daily routine.
  • Be able to mentor new teachers or assistant teachers.
  • Conduct himself/herself professionally and be able to make ethical decisions affecting assistant teachers, children, and families.
  • Able to conduct parent/teacher conferences to address issues with families keeping in mind the nature of the job.
  • Follow Early Beginnings Standards and be able to explain them to assistant teachers, if needed, as well as to the parent.
  • Use caregiving routines such as those related to diapering, toileting, feeding, eating, sleeping, hand washing, and transitions throughout the day as a “teachable moment” between the teacher and children.
  • Supervise and interact with the children at all times.
  • Nurture the children and attend to their emotional needs within a timely manner.
  • Respecting and maintaining confidentiality about the children and the families we serve.

Summary of Position

Lead teachers have the responsibility of providing a developmentally appropriate program that supports the children’s social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development in a safe and nurturing environment that is arranged according to each child’s age and stages of development.

Responsibilities

  • Follow all required documentation through ongoing assessment, observing, documenting, and reflecting on each child’s progress knowing where the child is on his learning.
  • Prepare lesson plans according to the individual needs and group needs, utilizing Creative Curriculum and Ohio Early Learning Standards.
  • Lesson plans are submitted on a weekly basis for director approval.
  • Responsible for keeping up with all required training in his/her area of expertise as required by ODJFS and Step Up To Quality.
  • Ensure that the children are following a daily routine.
  • Be able to mentor new teachers or assistant teachers.
  • Conduct himself/herself professionally and be able to make ethical decisions affecting assistant teachers, children, and families.
  • Able to conduct parent/teacher conferences to address issues with families keeping in mind the nature of the job.
  • Follow Early Beginnings Standards and be able to explain them to assistant teachers, if needed, as well as to the parent.
  • Use caregiving routines such as those related to diapering, toileting, feeding, eating, sleeping, hand washing, and transitions throughout the day as a “teachable moment” between the teacher and children.
  • Supervise and interact with the children at all times.
  • Nurture the children and attend to their emotional needs within a timely manner.
  • Respecting and maintaining confidentiality about the children and the families we serve.

West Carrollton

Summary of Position

Lead teachers have the responsibility of providing a developmentally appropriate program that supports the children’s social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development in a safe and nurturing environment that is arranged according to each child’s age and stages of development.

Responsibilities

  • Follow all required documentation through ongoing assessment, observing, documenting, and reflecting on each child’s progress knowing where the child is on his learning.
  • Prepare lesson plans according to the individual needs and group needs, utilizing Creative Curriculum and Ohio Early Learning Standards.
  • Lesson plans are submitted on a weekly basis for director approval.
  • Responsible for keeping up with all required training in his/her area of expertise as required by ODJFS and Step Up To Quality.
  • Ensure that the children are following a daily routine.
  • Be able to mentor new teachers or assistant teachers.
  • Conduct himself/herself professionally and be able to make ethical decisions affecting assistant teachers, children, and families.
  • Able to conduct parent/teacher conferences to address issues with families keeping in mind the nature of the job.
  • Follow Early Beginnings Standards and be able to explain them to assistant teachers, if needed, as well as to the parent.
  • Use caregiving routines such as those related to diapering, toileting, feeding, eating, sleeping, hand washing, and transitions throughout the day as a “teachable moment” between the teacher and children.
  • Supervise and interact with the children at all times.
  • Nurture the children and attend to their emotional needs within a timely manner.
  • Respecting and maintaining confidentiality about the children and the families we serve.