Child’s Play Learning Center is always recruiting skilled, talented teachers, assistants and substitutes to serve our families. If you have a passion for working with children in a family-centered atmosphere, please complete an application and return it to us via US mail, hand deliver, or email us.
We are an extension of the family. During the early childhood years, a child’s growth and development is dependent upon a sense of security. A positive self-concept is directly proportional to the quality of care that a child receives. It has been our success story to create a close, warm relationship between the children, parents, teachers, and administration. Child’s Play is a family friendly center. We believe that by building trusting relationships with all of our families, we help to strengthen and support the social and emotional competence of the children that attend Child’s Play.
Teachers, Assistants, Infant Breakers* & Aides
Guide children in a day-time childcare program between the ages of 6 weeks and 10 years. Follow the High Reach curriculum in a team environment with inside and outside play areas and a wide variety of monthly programming.
The following tasks are a summary of daily duties. Please note that each age group has a separate curriculum and classroom with unique daily activities.
- Care for children in institutional setting
- Abiding by schedule and guidelines
- Organize and participate in daily activities (Classroom teachers design curriculum)
- Instruct and assist children in health/ hygiene
- Serve two snacks and lunch daily
- Supervise inside and outside play
- Accompany kids (older age levels) on field trips
- Observe and monitor children’s activities
- Wash and change linens as needed
- Sanitize toys and play equipment
- Communicate with parents and management
Minimum - High School Diploma
Preferred - Completion of at least two years of study at an institution of higher education; or Associates Degree; Bachelor’s Degrees preferred for lead teachers.
Special Knowledge/Skills - Experience working in an early childhood setting, experience working with persons from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds, must be flexible and adaptable to meet the needs of the children and program.
Mental Demands - Ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written); ability to maintain emotional control under stress; ability to work within a team of teachers and other staff with a positive attitude, mature communications and respectful interaction.
Physical Demands/Environmental Factors - Ability to routinely lift children, move furniture in an early childhood classroom and sustain long hours of active work.
* Infant Breakers cover other teachers during breaks and helps out in the morning and afternoon.