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Date: 
Monday, February 19, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Troy School District
Position: Child Care Substitute
Job Description: 
Date: 
Monday, February 19, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Troy School District
Position: Child care assistant before & after school age programs
Job Description: 
Date: 
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Bloomfield Hills Schools
Position: Infant Care Lead Teacher
Job Description: 

Bloomin’ Preschool Lone Pine

Infant Care Teacher

Monday-Friday 7:30a-3:30p

37.5 hours per week

Schedule may change based on classroom needs.

$14.91 to $18.63/hr

Start date: ASAP

Bachelor degree in early childhood or related 

Applicants Reply to:

jobs@bloomfield.org

Date: 
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Bloomfield Hills Schools
Position: Latchkey Teacher
Job Description: 
Date: 
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Bloomfield Hills Schools
Position: Latchkey Teacher
Job Description: 
Date: 
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Bloomfield Hills Schools
Position: Latchkey Supervisor
Job Description: 
Date: 
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Bloomfield Hills Schools
Position: Infant Care Aide
Job Description: 
Date: 
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Bloomfield Hills Schools
Position: Preschool Aide
Job Description: 
Date: 
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Bloomfield Hills Schools
Position: Infant Care Aide
Job Description: 
Date: 
Monday, February 12, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Ferndale Early Childhood Center
Position: Nap Relief Assistant
Job Description: 

 Provide relief to classroom teachers during lunch, while children rest. Monday - Thursday, approximately 3 hours a day. 

Applicants Reply to:

heidi.schmidt@ferndaleschools.org

Date: 
Monday, February 12, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Ferndale Early Childhood Center
Position: Latchkey Aide
Job Description: 

 Work as part of a team to provide a safe and developmentally appropriate environment for preschool aged-children enrolled in wrap around services at Ferndale Early Childhood Center. Looking for 2-3 days a week, with hours from 3:15 - 6:00 p.m., at the latest. 

 Applicants Reply to:

heidi.schmidt@ferndaleschools.or

Date: 
Friday, February 9, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Wee Discover Child care & Enrichment Center
Position: Classroom Associate
Job Description: 

 

-Follow through with planned activities

-Maintain a safe, healthy, clean, loving classroom

-Work cooperatively with teacher to insure classroom runs well

-Support teacher with child observations and record keeping

-Communicate positively with parents

 

Applicants reply to:

 rgrubb64@gmail.com ("4C posting" in subject line)

Date: 
Friday, February 9, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Wee Discover Child Care & Enrichment Center
Position: Lead Teacher
Job Description: 

-Planning of daily activities

-Communicate positively with parents

-Child observation & record keeping

-Maintain a healthy, safe, clean, loving classroom

-Work cooperatively with classroom associates & serve as a good role model

Paid holidays, vacations and opportunity to participate in simple IRA

-Minimum qualifications: Associate in Early Childhood (or near completion)

Applicants Reply to:

rgrubb64@gmail.com ("4C posting" in subject line)

Date: 
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Name of Agency: 
The Joyful Jungle Christian Learning Center
Position: Lead Infant Teacher
Job Description: 

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Date: 
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Madison Schools
Position: Preschool Assistant
Job Description: 

Assistant lead teacher with classroom needs for 3 and 4 year olds.

Applicants Reply to:  kgarrison@madisonschools.k12.mi.us

Date: 
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Midvale Early Childhood Center
Position: Assistant Preschool Teacher
Job Description: 
Applications are being accepted for the position of Assistant Teacher for a 3-year-old preschool classroom at the BPS Early
Childhood Center, a nationally accredited and state licensed full-day program for toddlers, 3 year olds and 4 year olds. We have
positions for school year as well as year round schedules. Teacher assistants work with a head teacher and one other assistant.
This is a non-bargaining unit position.
This position is full-time, Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm, available for to start immediately.
JOB SUMMARY AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Work collaboratively with classroom team to develop and maintain a safe, nurturing, and positive environment for each child.
• Help with all classroom activities including choice time, arts, gross motor play, math and literacy games, circle time, etc.
• Interact with children to develop positive relationships, extend play experiences, enhance language development and build social emotional skills
• Contribute ideas for the classroom and gather/prepare materials when needed.
• Act as a positive role model for children.
• Assist with assessing students using HighScope Child Observation Record.
• Attend all staff meetings and staff development sessions.
• Work one on one with students or in small groups as needed for maximum effectiveness of instruction.
• Assume responsibility in an emergency or if head teacher is absent.
• Assist in implementing a program for positive discipline and classroom management.
• Communicate effectively with parents.
• Follow all district and center policies as well as NAEYC and state licensing rules and guidelines.
• Ability to lift children up to 50 pounds.
• Ability to move from a seated-to-standing position frequently and with ease.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Must be 18 years old or older.
• Minimum of a Child Development Associate credential (CDA) or equivalent is preferred. (An equivalent is a minimum of 12 college credits in early childhood education, child development, elementary education or early childhood special education)
• Experience working with young children is required.
• Blood borne Pathogen, Playground Safety, Epi-Pen and Concussion training must be completed on-line within 90 days of employment. First Aid and CPR training will be provided.
• Michigan State Police background check, ngerprinting, and Protective Services Central Registry Clearance are required before an employee may work with children.
• A physical and TB test must be obtained, passed, and documented with physician’s signature.
• Experience in HighScope curriculum preferred but not required.
START DATE: Immediately
COMPENSATION: $10.75-$11.92 per hour, depending on qualications
and experience. After 90-day probationary period the
employee is eligible for single subscriber health benets,
sick days and paid leave days. There are many opportunities for
professional development.
METHOD OF APPLICATION: Applicants, who want to be considered for this position, must submit a letter of application and
resume online at www.oakland.k12.mi.us/OHRC/ or emailed directly to Laura Tinsley, Director, at
Date: 
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Avondale Busy Bee Program
Position: Program Coordinator
Job Description: 

Before and After School Child Care. 

Applicants Reply to: Peggy McConnell 248-285-2336, 248-537-6013

 

 

Date: 
Monday, January 22, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Rochester Community Schools
Position: School-Age Childcare Caregiver
Job Description: 

Before/After School Caregiver (6:45am-9:00am, 2:45pm-6:00pm) 

Applicants Reply to: mcardimen@rochester.k12.mi.us

 

Date: 
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Gateway Country Day School
Position: Lead Teachers
Job Description: 

Infant/toddler and Preschool Lead Teachers is a full time position to oversee the classroom teams to meet the requirements of the State of Michigan. Applicants reply to: gatewaycds@att.net

Date: 
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA)
Position: Multiple Positions
Job Description: 

Deputy Director for Early Childhood Services- School Readiness

Early Head Start Infant Toddler Teacher Trainee

GSRP Teacher

Teacher

Early Head Start Teacher;

Associate Director for Operations- Grantee

Early Head Start Infant/Toddler Teacher

Teacher Assistant

Classroom Aide

 

See job descriptions for each position on the website, http://www.olhsa.org/current-openings. 

Follow instructions on the website, http://www.olhsa.org/current-openings

Date: 
Friday, January 5, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Miss Dee Dee's Child Care & Learning Center
Position: Lead Teacher / Caregiver
Job Description: 

Miss Dee Dee’s is a thriving child care in need of enthusiastic Infant / Toddler Lead Caregiver, that truly enjoy molding little minds and having fun!

Lead Caregiver Requirements:

- Must be at least 19 years of age

- High School Diploma or GED

- An Associate's degree or higher in early childhood education, child development, or a child related field or Montessori credential / CDA credential.

- A minimum of 2 years of experience in an infant/toddler classroom

- Credentialed to be an Infant / Toddler daycare lead

- Familiar with current state laws and regulations

- Experienced with child portfolios

- Experienced in creating classroom curriculum and activities

Caregiver Qualifacations:

- Has a positive mindset towards life

- Has a passion for self-growth

- Is a true team player

- Is physically adept at actively working with young children

- Wants what is best for the young children

- Loves playing with all ages of children

- Embraces professionalism

- Is open to new techniques

- Is organized, effcient with paperwork

- Enjoys the outdoors during all seasons

- Appreciates consistency and following a schedule

- Punctual with good work ethics

Benefits:

after 90 days - equates to an additional $100-300 monthly:

- Holiday Pay - Miss Dee Dee’s recognizes ten (10) public holidays

- Health, Dental & Optical Insurance

Additional Benefits:

- Opportunity for advancement

- Positive team environment

- T.E.A.C.H Scholarship Sponsor

- Hugs from adoring children

Upon offer of employment, the following are required:

- Clearance from Department of Health & Human Services

Job Description: *

- Tuberculosis (TB) Test

- CPR and First Aid certication, or be willing to obtain

- 26 clock hours per year in early childhood or education course/training

Compensation based on education and skills. Benets

equate to an additional $100-300 monthly.

Salary: $12.00 to $15.00 /hour

Reply to: kelly@missdeedees.com

Date: 
Friday, January 5, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Miss Dee Dee's Child Care & Learning Center
Position: Assistant Teacher / Caregiver (F/T)
Job Description: 

Caregiver Qualications:

- Must be at least 18 years of age

- Has a positive mindset towards life

- Has a passion for self-growth

- Is a true team player

- Is physically adept at actively working with young children

- Wants what is best for the young children

- Loves playing with all ages of children

- Embraces professionalism

- Is open to new techniques

- Is organized, effcient with paperwork

- Enjoys the outdoors during all seasons

- Appreciates consistency and following a schedule

- Punctual with good work ethics

 

Full Time Benefits

after 90 days - equates to an additional $100-300 monthly:

- Holiday Pay - Miss Dee Dee’s recognizes ten (10) public holidays

- Health, Dental & Optical Insurance

 

Additional Benefits:

- Opportunity for advancement

- Positive team environment

- T.E.A.C.H Scholarship Sponsor

- Hugs from adoring children

Upon offer of Employment, the following are required:

- Clearance from Department of Health & Human Services

- Tuberculosis (TB) Test

- CPR and First Aid certication, or be willing to obtain

- 26 clock hours per year in early childhood or education course/training

Compensation based on skills, previous experience and education.

Salary starting at $9.25 /hour

 

Applicants Reply to: 

kelly@missdeedees.com

Date: 
Thursday, January 4, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Oakland Family Services/Parents as Teachers
Position: Playgroup Facilitator/Parent Educator
Job Description: 

Professional Practice • Playgroup Facilitator/Parent Educator facilitates playgroups in the community. • Playgroup Facilitator/Parent Educator is responsible for planning and executing each group, current and future at all levels of group development, which includes but is not limited to, fielding new locations, establishing ongoing schedules, creating agendas and activities in advance for child and parent engagement. • Playgroup Facilitator/Parent Educator is responsible for room set-up and provide resources as established by administration. • Playgroup Facilitator/Parent Educator is responsible for continuous communications to include internal personnel and external partners and to meet with funders and/or supervisor as needed. • Playgroup Facilitator/Parent Educator is expected to market/advertise each location to ensure a minimum number of attendees as established by administration.

The Playgroup Facilitator/Parent Educator provides appropriate home or office-based service to an undifferentiated caseload in accordance with agency needs and the skill level of the worker. The number of client contacts that the worker will be expected to have will be established by administration. • The Playgroup Facilitator/Parent Educator is responsible to: obtain, analyze and evaluate case data; develop an understanding of the client’s situation and to develop goals and planned responses; carry out the plan and/or alter the plan as new understandings demand; analyze and evaluate the course and results of the intervention process. • The Playgroup Facilitator/Parent Educator is expected to maintain very detailed processes and organization with all aspects of groups.

• Additional duties may include: client intake; provision of parent support activities in the home in accordance with the Parents as Teachers model, referrals and coordination with other agency Programs, completion of developmental assessments and family service plans, assessments of child/parent interactions and provision of services to improve same, and completion of hearing/vision and health assessments as indicated. • The Playgroup Facilitator/Parent Educator is responsible for assisting clients in seeking and accessing community resources as a means to meet clients’ perceived needs. • The Playgroup Facilitator/Parent Educator is responsible for leading monthly group meetings using the Parents as Teachers current curriculum, as needed.

• The Playgroup Facilitator/Parent Educator is expected to participate within multidisciplinary teams, in the community and at the agency, on behalf of the client/family as part of the assessment and service process. Administration • Perform the administrative tasks related to assigned caseload and other work assignments as required by the agency. • Perform selected and additional administrative assignments as required. • Provide assistance, support and leadership to other staff members through consulting, teaching and other means as appropriate, and to coordinate program activities when assigned to do so. Evaluative Study • Participates in studies of particular problems or of practice; provides data; suggests areas for study; and assists in the clarification of problems. • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited school in the areas of early childhood, education, social work or psychology. Licensure commensurate with accrued experience and degree obtained preferred. • Special abilities, skills, and credentials such as experience with parent support services, understanding of infant health services, knowledge of child development, experience assessing and working with child/parent interactions with children birth to 6 years old. Understanding of Early On services including Infant Developmental Assessments and Family Service Planning preferred. • One to two years of experience running playgroups for child/parent interaction. • One to two years of experience in parent training models, parent support services, use of evidenced based models and early childhood development preferred. • Training/Certification in “Parents as Teachers” model preferred. • Ability and willingness to conduct outreach in the community including home visits. • Special abilities and skills necessary to perform the required tasks and that best meet the needs of the agency also will be considered. Particular standards above may be waived when compensating specifications or circumstances exists.

 

To apply for this position, please visit our Career Center on our website at: www.oaklandfamilyservices.org

Date: 
Thursday, January 4, 2018
Name of Agency: 
Clawson Preschool
Position: GSRP parapro
Job Description: 

Third person in GSRP classroom.

Knowledge of High Scope beneficial but not required.

Job is Monday through Thursday--8:15-3:45.

Rate of pay about $10/hr.

Applicants Reply to: julie.bokor@clawsonschools.org

Date: 
Wednesday, December 20, 2017
Name of Agency: 
Oakland Family Services / Early Childhood Education
Position: Early Childhood Education Supervisor
Job Description: 

The Early Childhood Education Supervisor is responsible for the daily management of the Children's Learning Center and Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) located at either the Walled Lake or Pontiac location. The Early Childhood Education Supervisor is responsible for implementing and supervising of the all program components, including (but not limited to): childcare services, preschool programming, volunteer participation and professional development. The Early Childhood Education Supervisor reports to the Director of Early Childhood Services.

Specific Duties/Job Expectations:

  • Provides program direction to assure that state licensing requirements and standards promulgated by our accreditors, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Oakland County Health Department, Oakland Intermediate School District, and the Michigan Department of Education are met and that contractual obligations are fullled.
  • Shares in maintaining acceptable standards for quality of service provision within the limits of sound professional practice. 
  • Delegates and shares responsibility for developing programs and preparing program proposals for the Early Childhood Education programs. 
  • Maintains mechanisms to measure desired outcomes of service.
  • In conjunction with the Director of Early Childhood Services, develops and monitors Early Childhood program budgets and ensures that programs spending stays within budget parameters. Personnel Administration
  • In collaboration with the Director of Early Childhood Services, participates in hiring new staff, disciplining of current staff, assignment of staff and release of staff.
  • Supervises and plans team and individual supervision of all personnel at either the Pontiac or Walled Lake Children's Learning Center
  • In collaboration with the Director of Early Childhood Services, provides and facilitates support for regular, on-going staff development and training activities on early childhood, developmental delays, parent education, etc

General Administration:

  • Supports and ensures compliance with Agency policies and procedures
  • In collaboration with the Director of Early Childhood Services, evaluates service and service delivery methods
  • Other duties as assigned

Community Relations: 

  • Represents the Agency in the community by participation in seminars, workshops, committees, and other arenas relevant to the eld of Early Childhood Education.
  • Promotes the Agency position and programs to various related interest groups in the community

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and/or Child Development. Master's Degree preferred.
  • Minimum of two years teaching experience.
  • Minimum of two years administering the utilization of the High/Scope Approach.
  • Minimum of two years in a leadership position.
  • Skills in organization and management of materials and resources
  • Excellent communication skills that focus on positive and professional communication with children, parents and staff members.
  • Ability and skills in the team approach to planning and problem solving.
  • Utilization of positive management techniques in program operation.
  • Other relevant qualications that support positive performance in the position
  • Must show sensitivity to the needs of a culturally diverse staff and client population.
  • Ability to accept supervisory direction and to work independently on assigned tasks.
  • Skill in oce procedures, data entry and human services.
  • Special abilities and skills that are necessary to perform the required tasks and that best meet the needs of the Agency also will be considered. Any standard above may be waived when compensating specications or circumstances.

 

Applicants Reply to: http://www.oaklandfamilyservices.org/

Date: 
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Name of Agency: 
GSRP Momentum Academy
Position: Teacher (Preschool/GSRP)
Job Description: 

Working in a full time capacity , the academic subject area teacher will facilitate

student learning using a variety of methods and curriculum resources to increase

student achievement, and work with an educational team to develop and implement

the school program and also, develop individualized programs for each student .

Job Title: Teacher (Preschool/GSRP)

Contract: School Year

Reports To: Principal/Director

Employed By: TRG

Job Summary:

Working in a full-time capacity, the academic subject area Teacher will facilitate

student learning utilizing a variety of methodologies and curriculum resources to

increase student achievement, and work with an educational team to develop and

implement the School program and develop individualized learning plans for each

student.

Performance Duties:

Meet all requirements as set forth by GSRP/preschool licensing with regard to

documentation, teaching and learning, communication to parents and the director,

etc as applicable.

Develop course objectives and outlines following School curriculum guidelines and

requirements.

Facilitate and communicate knowledge and strategies for learning to students.

Prepare and plan lessons, projects and a variety of student assessments.

Administer School approved standardized tests.

Demonstrate competency in assigned subject areas, the art of instruction, the use of

multiple teaching strategies and technology.

Teach rules of conduct and proper etiquette.

Develop individual and group activities, which stimulate growth in the cognitive,

affective and physical dimensions of each student.

Prepare and maintain accurate and appropriate student attendance and grade

records as outlined by the Administrator/Principal.

Prepare and disseminate student progress reports to parents.

Maintain an orderly, secure, attractive and nurturing classroom environment

conducive to learning.

Job Description: *

Supervise students within the School setting and on School grounds.

Counsel students regarding academic and behavioral problems.

Provide consistent and progressive corrective discipline.

Promote ongoing communication with parents; establish and maintain home-School

relationship.

Participate in school fundraisers, extra-curricular activities, School-wide annual

programs and social events.

Coordinate field trips.

Additional requirements necessary for special education process.

Other duties assigned by Administrator/Principal.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree.

Michigan teacher certification; appropriate endorsement in early childhood as

required by State and Federal GSRP/preschool programs and as applicable.

Highly qualified under NCLB.

Teaching experience preferred.

Satisfactory performance ratings in delivery of instruction and classroom

management.

Evidence of recent participation in professional development.

Satisfactory completion of oral and written interview.

Criminal Records clearance.

Unprofessional Conduct clearance.

 

 

Applicants Reply to: lfondren@ihavemomentum.org

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