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Children's Center Teacher

Annually
$42,500.00 to $40,380.00
Annually

Associated Students Incorporated, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
3801 West Temple Avenue
Pomona, CA 91768
Posted: 6/20/2017

Job Description


POSITION Under the general supervision of the Director of the Cal Poly Pomona Children’s Center, The Children’s Center Teacher supervises the activities of preschool children, the student staff, and volunteers. He/she provides a safe, healthy, and creative environment. The Children’s Center Teacher also participates in planning and implementing an age-appropriate curriculum.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Supervisory Responsibilities

• Supervises and Evaluates Teacher Assistant

• Responsible for the general supervision and management of a class/group of children between 18 months through 6 years of age

• Assists with the supervision of classroom Early Childhood Studies and Cal Poly Pomona students, student staff, parent volunteers and community volunteers, including training and written evaluation

• Mentors individuals being supervised and maintains the quality and integrity of the early childhood classroom

• Completes all paperwork related to volunteers

• Attends and participates in parent meetings and events

• Implements and supervises the program for the class in accordance with the policies, procedures and philosophy of the Children’s Center

Curriculum and Classroom Management

• Plans and prepares developmentally age – appropriate activities for an assigned group/class of children, to include weekly lesson plans

• Prepares developmental assessments and children’s portfolios

• Shares responsibility in planning and implementing developmentally appropriate curriculum in collaboration with the classroom teaching team

• Prepares and maintains the overall classroom environment

• Responsible for classroom health and safety • Collaborates to develop center goals and objectives

• Coordinates the assessment of the children’s progress and needs

• Implements an individualized program to meet the needs of each child’s interests, varying abilities and, individual learning style

• Reports and documents all safety and health incidents

• Uses appropriate guidance in handling children’s behavior problems/concerns

• Assists in planning and attends campus events Completes all state and NAEYC mandated assessments and reports as directed by administration

Parental Communication and Management

• Coordinates and conducts parent/teacher conferences in collaboration with the teaching team

• Manages parent concerns and communications

• Participates in Parent Advisory Board as assigned

 

QUALIFICATIONS

• Children’s Center permit, Teacher level

• A.A. or A.S in Child Development or related field with a minimum of 12 units in Early Childhood Development, required; B.A. or B.S. in Child Development or related field with a minimum of 12 units in Early Childhood Development including 3 Infant/toddler units preferred

• Minimum two years’ work experience in a licensed day care center or comparable group child care program in a Teacher position

• Must be able and willing to complete 105 hours of professional growth training within a five year training period (21 hours per year)

• Demonstrated ability to work with a culturally diverse student population and campus community

• Ability to satisfactorily complete a background check (including a criminal records check)

STATE LICENSING REQUIREMENTS

• Must be at least 18 years of age

• Must be in good physical and mental health. Must be able to provide a current Health Screening Form completed by qualified medical personnel. A physical examination must have occurred no earlier than three months from date of application and must include a T.B. test with a negative result and any required immunizations per state licensing

• Must provide original copy of transcript of all relevant education

• Must pass criminal records check. Persons convicted of a crime other than minor traffic offenses may not be employed. All applicants must submit Fingerprint Cards and a completed Child Abuse Index Form

• Must be certified in pediatric CPR, first aid and health and safety training within three months of hire


Contact Information

Human Resources
909-979-5546
Asihr@cpp.edu
http://asi.cpp.edu/employment-opportunities/