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Head StartTeacher, 2020-HS-004, Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency

Posted on 2020-01-13 3:44:00 PM

Listing expires 2020-03-13 12:00:00 AM

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Full-time teaching position working with pre-school children in a Head Start classroom in Hibbing. Starting wage based on qualifications, 32 hours/week. Please apply by February 3, 2020, at: www.aeoa.org<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.aeoa.org%2F&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7Cad7780f49fa54d5fa62f08d79871b211%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C0%7C637145486395667150&sdata=ZxBjSTQIHOAURuJjltHtYGj8znl2iPYlCdc8CvNO0NY%3D&reserved=0>, Careers tab, Education. Head Start Teacher&#8212;Hibbing 2020-HS-004 Responsible for the coordination of Head Start programming which includes: instructing pre-school children in a classroom setting; utilizing approved curriculum; providing parent education and family services, in addition to skill development in implementing school-readiness goals, child outcomes, and promoting parent, family, and community engagement. Duties and Responsibilities: &#8226; Manages site in its entirety and maintains compliance with federal performance standards and state licensing requirements &#8226; Responsible for the safety of all children through the compliance of Head Start policies and procedures &#8226; Manages individualized and quality care of children in a group setting &#8226; Plans, implements, and adapts designated curriculum &#8226; Manages all child screenings and on-going assessments &#8226; Manages and implements home visits, conferences, field trips, and transition meetings &#8226; Responsible for timely documentation of all required program data &#8226; Participates in a team approach to meet child, family, and program requirements &#8226; Responsible for child and family outcomes as mandated by federal, state, and local regulations Qualifications: Teacher 1&#8212;$18.36/hour &#8226; AA degree in early childhood education from an accredited college &#8226; 1,040 hours&#8217; experience as a teacher, aide, or student intern &#8226; Experience working with young children and families &#8226; Experience in curriculum development and adaptation &#8226; Possess current First Aid/CPR certificate or must be able to obtain &#8226; Ability to pass a background study &#8226; Able to lift 50 pounds and occasionally more and able to kneel, bend, stoop, and sit on floor to attend to children&#8217;s needs Qualifications: Teacher 2&#8212;$19.58/hour &#8226; Bachelor&#8217;s degree in early childhood education with a preference for Minnesota teaching license birth to grade 3, pre-K, pre-primary, or ECSE &#8226; Experience working with young children and families &#8226; Experience in curriculum development and adaptation &#8226; Possess current First Aid/CPR certificate or must be able to obtain &#8226; Ability to pass a background study &#8226; Able to lift 50 pounds and occasionally more and able to kneel, bend, stoop, and sit on floor to attend to children&#8217;s needs Needed Attributes: &#8226; Awareness of, sensitivity to, and ability to work effectively with young children and families from a variety of social, cultural, and economic backgrounds &#8226; Leadership and organizational skills &#8226; Communicates effectively, both verbally and in writing &#8226; Possess computer/technology skills Full-time, Monday-Friday, 32 hours/week, 35 weeks "Community Action ~ Helping People ~ Changing Lives"

Full-time teaching position working with pre-school children in a Head Start classroom in Hibbing.  Starting wage based on qualifications, 32 hours/week.  Please apply by February 3, 2020, at:  www.aeoa.org, Careers tab, Education.

 

Head Start Teacher—Hibbing

2020-HS-004

 

Responsible for the coordination of Head Start programming which includes:  instructing pre-school children in a classroom setting; utilizing approved curriculum; providing parent education and family services, in addition to skill development in implementing school-readiness goals, child outcomes, and promoting parent, family, and community engagement.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

·         Manages site in its entirety and maintains compliance with federal performance standards and state licensing requirements

·         Responsible for the safety of all children through the compliance of Head Start policies and procedures

·         Manages individualized and quality care of children in a group setting

·         Plans, implements, and adapts designated curriculum

·         Manages all child screenings and on-going assessments

·         Manages and implements home visits, conferences, field trips, and transition meetings

·         Responsible for timely documentation of all required program data

·         Participates in a team approach to meet child, family, and program requirements

·         Responsible for child and family outcomes as mandated by federal, state, and local regulations

 

Qualifications:  Teacher 1—$18.36/hour

·         AA degree in early childhood education from an accredited college

·         1,040 hours’ experience as a teacher, aide, or student intern

·         Experience working with young children and families

·         Experience in curriculum development and adaptation

·         Possess current First Aid/CPR certificate or must be able to obtain

·         Ability to pass a background study

·         Able to lift 50 pounds and occasionally more and able to kneel, bend, stoop, and sit on floor to attend to children’s needs

 

Qualifications:  Teacher 2—$19.58/hour

·         Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education with a preference for Minnesota teaching license birth to grade 3, pre-K, pre-primary, or ECSE

·         Experience working with young children and families

·         Experience in curriculum development and adaptation

·         Possess current First Aid/CPR certificate or must be able to obtain

·         Ability to pass a background study

·         Able to lift 50 pounds and occasionally more and able to kneel, bend, stoop, and sit on floor to attend to children’s needs

 

Needed Attributes:

·         Awareness of, sensitivity to, and ability to work effectively with young children and families from a variety of social, cultural, and economic backgrounds

·         Leadership and organizational skills

·         Communicates effectively, both verbally and in writing

·         Possess computer/technology skills

 

Full-time, Monday-Friday, 32 hours/week, 35 weeks


"Community Action ~ Helping People ~ Changing Lives"