CLASS ROOM TEACHER
|Department||Child Development/ Head Start|
|Salary||Commensurate with experience|
|Closing Date||Open Until Filled|
Duties: The Classroom Teacher will supervise, evaluate and train Assistant Teachers, volunteers and students; provide the group with a positive routine and with simple rules that are understood and accepted by children and adults. The Classroom Teacher will provide activities and experiences which encourage questioning, probing and problem-solving skills appropriate to developmental level and learning style of the children; help children to acquire and use language as a means of communicating their thoughts, feelings and their creative ability; plan regular parent conferences and make home visits; organize and serve as a primary resources person for the class committee; be responsible for the initial ongoing observation, assessment and recording of each child's behavior; develop written individualized education plans, written weekly lesson plans; serve as a member of CDT; participate in workshops, and seminars and assigned training programs that will facilitate ongoing professional development; and performing other duties as required.
Teacher VII- Master's degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE) with twelve weeks supervised field experience and (1) one year ECE classroom experience.
Teacher VI- Bachelor's degree in ECE with twelve weeks supervised field experience.
Teacher V- Bachelors degree in Elementary Education, Social Work, Psychology, or Special Education with CDA.
Teacher IV- Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education, Social Work, Psychology, or Special Education. Must pursue and obtain a CDA, a Bachelor or Master's degree or state certification in ECE with in three months of employment.
Teacher III- Associate of Arts degree (AA) in Early Childhood Education plus thirty college credits with a concentration in ECE.
Teacher II- Associate of Arts degree in early Childhood Education.
Teacher I- Child Development Associate Credential.
Assistant Teacher- 2 years of college experience (preferably in ECE).
All applicants must have a high level of commitment to the education of children and be willing to continue their education & training.
To Apply: Send cover letter, current resume and three professional references with telephone numbers to: Office of Human Resources, 1700 East Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, Maryland 21251, or you may e-mail your information to firstname.lastname@example.org. EEO/AA