- Time Category: Full Time
- Entry Wage: $16.80/hour
- Job Location: Washington, PA
QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION:
- Bachelor Degree or advanced degree from an accredited college or university in Early Childhood Education or Child Development; or a Bachelor Degree or advanced degree in Elementary Education with 18 ECE credits and experience teaching preschool age children; or a Bachelor Degree or advanced degree in a related field with 30 ECE credits and experience teaching preschool age children.
- One year experience working with children 3-5 years old in a professional capacity preferred.
- Experience related to the program model of service delivery preferred.
- Operate agency vehicle when required.
– Monday thru Friday, 7:30 am – 3:30 pm
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
– Regular and reliable attendance is essential.
– Link current research on and best practice in education, family, health and/or disabilities services to own work by keeping abreast of new information and reflecting on its relevance.
– Further professional growth by seeking feedback, reflecting on and assessing own practice, and taking advantage of opportunities to improve skills and knowledge.
– Participate in required meetings and training opportunities which may involve out-of-town travel.
– Exhibit an understanding of early learning standards and guidelines by incorporating them into own teaching practice.
– Directly responsible for the supervision of children and the classroom management.
– Promote a collaborative, productive working environment by sharing planning, decision-making, and problem-solving responsibilities with other classroom staff.
– Monitor children’s progress per the goals developed by self and other staff and specialists, including those in IEPs, by observing and documenting children’s play, conversations, routines/schedules, and work samples and through conversations with families.
– Set learning goals and plan learning experiences by integrating knowledge of each child’s temperament, interests, gender, culture, language, learning approaches, understanding, misconceptions, and abilities and by working collaboratively with families and a range of specialists (e.g., medical, dental, speech, nutrition, mental health).
– Use information about children obtained through home visits, parent-teacher conferences, and other parent-staff interactions by incorporating this data into daily routines and interactions with children.
– Support children’s overall development by integrating learning experiences related to all domains throughout the curriculum, environment, and day, and by accessing opportunities in the community (e.g., field trips, classroom volunteers).
– Promote children’s active exploration, creativity, and development in all domains by designing indoor and outdoor environments based on knowledge of how children develop and learn, and their individual abilities.
– Promote a unified approach to sharing child information with families by engaging in joint planning with other center staff and specialists to prepare for home visits and other family contacts.
– Ensure volunteers and parents are knowledgeable of the curriculum and developmentally appropriate practices.
– Responsible for obtaining and reporting Non-Federal In-Kind.
How to Apply
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Attn: HR Generalist/Recruiter
150 West Beau Street, Suite 304
Washington, PA 15301
In completing our application form, you acknowledge that employment with Blueprints may subject you to the following checks:
- FBI Criminal History Check
- Pennsylvania &/or West Virginia State Criminal History Check
- Pennsylvania &/or West Virginia Child Abuse/CPS History Check
- Pennsylvania &/or West Virginia Disclosure Statements
- Sex Offender Registry Check
- Physical, TB, and Drug/Alcohol Testing
- Employment Reference Checks
- Educational Qualifications
- Motor Vehicle Record
- Medicaid Screenings
- National Sex Offender Registry Screening
Equal Employment Opportunity
Blueprints adheres to its Affirmative Action Policy providing Equal Employment Opportunity for all employees and future applicants. We consider all applicants for positions without regard to race, color, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or any other factor protected by law. We also comply with all applicable laws governing employment practices and do not discriminate on the basis of any lawful criteria.
Employment Eligibility Verification
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- Card issued by the Federal, State, or Local Government showing your identity
- Driver’s License or State Issued Photo I.D. Card
- School Photo I.D. Card
- U.S. Passport
- Voter Registration
- U.S. Military Card or Other Draft Card
- Social Security Card
- Certificate of Birth
- Employment authorization document issued by the Department of Homeland Security
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