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ECFE Teacher (.22 FTE) - Temporary; 2020-21 School Year - South St.Paul Public Schools

Posted on 2020-08-11 7:55:29 AM

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Start Your Online Application Now<https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fu15334432.ct.sendgrid.net%2Fls%2Fclick%3Fupn%3DL3xUvN7mEMLEM3K-2BAfKoERYK2Zh98XtUUR6jdNhtDdqf91Bnbdfzfr1l7UXc-2FhDYiQLyIRjR0pZEtbTkygSeSxEwxxDhfXJnFHWG2pX2daF1Xb6Y66jtm0Cg115vGK-2FOgHj2_pzu-2BuzhWfE-2F-2FDL0srH31bWx5XYWoZ4q9gFjKxaWzOFVrfd3-2B8YqMCMXsWjVG2jOpUY4z5aG4sYc1aaPPaiZ6-2Fsuuj4agldywMSgMPAfKax3nzj9-2BG-2BWm5rc-2BcmZexM6PCJjXHvIZj5mEcTeWwNEdw6HWIShIM3JkNdvm-2FxuEtCAcufquB-2Fh-2F05aiYlG8g8PYg7u-2FJ4L2AdpCrm404DFlauGkHATQ8Q7WUsBGxo2pZeU-3D&data=02%7C01%7Cscsu-edpost%40stcloudstate.edu%7C9e6a015f950e4dafe1f308d83df5d137%7C5011c7c60ab446ab9ef4fae74a921a7f%7C0%7C0%7C637327473286496332&sdata=g3La9%2BlBsgR53bwuoDbrFIQqbmT6jptXctGZJHN5s%2FA%3D&reserved=0> Date of Availability: 2020-21 School Year Date Closing: 08/25/2020 Effective immediately, the Human Resources Department will accept online applications for the position of ECFE Teacher (.22 FTE) at the Family Education Center. This is a temporary position effective for the 2020-21 School Year. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Salary placement is based on education and experience as indicated in Teacher's Collectively Bargained Agreement. Application Process: To be considered for the position, submit online applicaton at www.sspps.org. Application deadline is 4:00 PM on Tuesday, August 25, 2020. Job Summary To enhance the learning of all children and parents, to provide the best possible environment for child&#8217;s learning and growth through education and support to parents and/or children. Job Functions * Contribute ideas, plan, implement and promote ECFE classes/program. * Plan, implement, evaluate and coordinate curriculum, while accounting for a variety of learning styles, abilities, ages and needs of learners. * Ensure learning materials and equipment are appropriate to the developmental level, needs, and interests of the children, in addition to development of learning centers. * Prepare, establish and maintain a positive and engaging learning environment. * Use a variety of developmentally appropriate resources/methods during planning and implementation of lesson plans reflecting current research. * Use inclusive education methods and materials, plus develop and maintain resource materials. * Encourage parents to interact with children and model appropriate adult-child interaction with child and parent initiated learning. * Ensure learning activities emphasize process rather than product and provide concrete, experiential learning. * Use a variety of teaching strategies and adapt them to the learning styles of children and parents. * Set goals and plan strategies to promote learning through individual needs and interests of children and/or parents. * Ensure verbal and nonverbal communication with children is respectful; contributes to language development by helping children verbalize their thoughts, feelings and actions, plus provides a role model for parents. * Implement positive guidance techniques and provide role modeling for parents. * Utilize strategies to engage and enhance parent-child interactions and learning. * Support parents to become observers of their children and respond appropriately to children&#8217;s cues and signals through a variety of methods. * Maintain appropriate boundaries with families through interactions and use of technology. * Develop predictable, yet flexible classroom routines promoting smooth transitions from one activity to the next. * Clarify and summarize ideas expressed during discussions as needed, linking to reinforce learning. * Accept and support parents and children; distinctions are made between specific behaviors and parents or children as a person, plus parents are respected as their child&#8217;s prime educator. * Use a variety of resources, techniques and technology to support learner needs. * Assist with separation issues to support each child and parent. * Assist in implementation of strategies to promote the development of each child&#8217;s social, interpersonal, motor and readiness skills. * Observe, monitor, and record each child&#8217;s development and behavior, as needed. * Follow all health and safety guidelines, plus respect confidentiality. * Implement program policies, procedures and philosophy to provide an engaged, positive learning environment for all. * Adhere to all district policies and procedures. * Support the district&#8217;s mission, vision and values. * Provide direction and support to assistants. * Maintain appropriate records and respond appropriately to emergency or crisis situations. * Maintain appropriate boundaries with families through interactions and use of technology. * Participate as a team member, consult with and maintain communication with all staff, plus share ideas/content/information with other staff. * Remain flexible to assume other duties and responsibilities as assigned. * Attend staff, community education, district meetings and staff development activities, as directed or necessary. * Promote a climate of mutual respect, trust, and responsibility. * Other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required 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 required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. * Current Minnesota licensure in Early Education. * Training or experience teaching in an early childhood program. * Knowledge and experience with International Baccalaureate Program. * Experience developing, modifying, and implementing curriculum and learning environments for children from Birth to 5 Years and their parents. * Group leadership skills for parent and/or child groups. * Demonstrate collaboration and relationship building skills. * Commitment to working effectively with culturally, economically and socially diverse students and families. * Ability to work days and evenings. * Flexibility and ability to function as a team member. * Demonstrate knowledge of child development, parent-child relations, family relations, early childhood education. * Demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills; approachable, positive and nonjudgmental with children, parents, community members and staff. * Ability to model and encourage appropriate behavior and interactions with children. * Excellent technology skills. * Demonstrate prompt, regular and reliable attendance Physical Requirements Regularly required to sit, stand, walk, talk, hear, operate a computer and other office equipment, reach with hands and arms, and must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. 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Date of Availability: 2020-21 School Year
Date Closing: 08/25/2020
Effective immediately, the Human Resources Department will accept online applications for the position of ECFE Teacher (.22 FTE) at the Family Education Center.  This is a temporary position effective for the 2020-21 School Year.  We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.  Salary placement is based on education and experience as indicated in Teacher's Collectively Bargained Agreement.  

Application Process:  To be considered for the position, submit online applicaton at www.sspps.org.  Application deadline is 4:00 PM on Tuesday, August 25, 2020. 

Job Summary
To enhance the learning of all children and parents, to provide the best possible environment for child’s learning and growth through education and support to parents and/or children.
 
Job Functions
  • Contribute ideas, plan, implement and promote ECFE classes/program.
  • Plan, implement, evaluate and coordinate curriculum, while accounting for a variety of learning styles, abilities, ages and needs of learners.
  • Ensure learning materials and equipment are appropriate to the developmental level, needs, and interests of the children, in addition to development of learning centers.
  • Prepare, establish and maintain a positive and engaging learning environment.
  • Use a variety of developmentally appropriate resources/methods during planning and implementation of lesson plans reflecting current research.
  • Use inclusive education methods and materials, plus develop and maintain resource materials.
  • Encourage parents to interact with children and model appropriate adult-child interaction with child and parent initiated learning.
  • Ensure learning activities emphasize process rather than product and provide concrete, experiential learning.
  • Use a variety of teaching strategies and adapt them to the learning styles of children and parents.
  • Set goals and plan strategies to promote learning through individual needs and interests of children and/or parents.
  • Ensure verbal and nonverbal communication with children is respectful; contributes to language development by helping children verbalize their thoughts, feelings and actions, plus provides a role model for parents.
  • Implement positive guidance techniques and provide role modeling for parents.
  • Utilize strategies to engage and enhance parent-child interactions and learning.
  • Support parents to become observers of their children and respond appropriately to children’s cues and signals through a variety of methods.
  • Maintain appropriate boundaries with families through interactions and use of technology.
  • Develop predictable, yet flexible classroom routines promoting smooth transitions from one activity to the next.
  • Clarify and summarize ideas expressed during discussions as needed, linking to reinforce learning.
  • Accept and support parents and children; distinctions are made between specific behaviors and parents or children as a person, plus parents are respected as their child’s prime educator.
  • Use a variety of resources, techniques and technology to support learner needs.
  • Assist with separation issues to support each child and parent.
  • Assist in implementation of strategies to promote the development of each child’s social, interpersonal, motor and readiness skills.
  • Observe, monitor, and record each child’s development and behavior, as needed.
  • Follow all health and safety guidelines, plus respect confidentiality.
  • Implement program policies, procedures and philosophy to provide an engaged, positive learning environment for all.
  • Adhere to all district policies and procedures.
  • Support the district’s mission, vision and values.
  • Provide direction and support to assistants.
  • Maintain appropriate records and respond appropriately to emergency or crisis situations.
  • Maintain appropriate boundaries with families through interactions and use of technology.
  • Participate as a team member, consult with and maintain communication with all staff, plus share ideas/content/information with other staff.
  • Remain flexible to assume other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
  • Attend staff, community education, district meetings and staff development activities, as directed or necessary.
  • Promote a climate of mutual respect, trust, and responsibility.
  • Other duties as assigned.
 
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
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 required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Current Minnesota licensure in Early Education.
  • Training or experience teaching in an early childhood program.
  • Knowledge and experience with International Baccalaureate Program.
  • Experience developing, modifying, and implementing curriculum and learning environments for children from Birth to 5 Years and their parents.
  • Group leadership skills for parent and/or child groups.
  • Demonstrate collaboration and relationship building skills.
  • Commitment to working effectively with culturally, economically and socially diverse students and families.
  • Ability to work days and evenings.
  • Flexibility and ability to function as a team member.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of child development, parent-child relations, family relations, early childhood education.
  • Demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills; approachable, positive and nonjudgmental with children, parents, community members and staff.
  • Ability to model and encourage appropriate behavior and interactions with children.
  • Excellent technology skills.
  • Demonstrate prompt, regular and reliable attendance
 
Physical Requirements
Regularly required to sit, stand, walk, talk, hear, operate a computer and other office equipment, reach with hands and arms, and must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.  Vision abilities required include close vision.
 

South St. Paul Public Schools uses the applicant tracking system from Frontline Education to manage employment applications online



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