QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE: Minimum Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or related field
Must have or acquire formal training in the Curriculum within two months of beginning job
Five or more years of relevant job experience
Must have or acquire knowledge of the Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Pre-K (ECSQ-PK) within two months of beginning job
Must be computer knowledgeable
Organizational and administrative Ability to prioritize workload and complete tasks in a timely Ability to effectively and positively communicate with and support preschool teaching staff
Effective communicator in both oral and written
Strong interpersonal skills and adept at establishing and maintaining good rapport and working relationships at all organizational levels
Highly organized; ability to meet stringent deadlines, prioritize work, operate in a fast- paced work environment, and coordinate projects
Ability to work collaboratively with individuals and groups and maintain an effective working environment.
Ability to independently use various forms of electronic communications (email, web, text, etc.); technologically independent, with effective use of Microsoft
Meticulous about detail, efficiency and effective communicator with individuals of varied cultural and educational background
Ability to consistently exercise tact and discretion when handling highly sensitive and confidential matters
Understanding of GSRP guidelines and familiarity with the implementation
GSRP Lead Teacher
The Great Start Readiness Program is Michigan’s preschool program for four year old children who have factors such as low incomes that might put them at risk for school success. This is a very high quality early childhood program that follows all rules and regulations of the Michigan Department of Education. This position requires one who is a personable and dependable person with a strong work ethic.
Implement developmentally-appropriate instruction for children using research-based curriculum
Follow the daily schedule as outlined in the curriculum and GSRP guidelines Conduct screening and ongoing assessment of children and provide age-appropriate instructional support
Creates an effective environment for learning through functional and attractive displays, interest centers and exhibits of children’s work.
Meet with Early Childhood Specialist as needed to ensure quality programming and maintain a high-level PQA rating
Attend staff meetings, workshops, and other scheduled program activities as requested
Assist in the orientation and training of associate teachers Consider the associate teacher an essential member of the teaching team
Collaborate with the associate teacher in planning, team meetings, troubleshooting, and decision-making
Empower the associate teacher to monitor behavior and support the educational Job D process in the classroom
Participate in home visits with associate teacher to partner with parents to meet the educational needs of their children
Organize and maintain records for grant and licensing purposes Create and update anecdotal records and portfolios for each child
Assess families needs and assists with follow up.
Conducts 2 home visits per year for each child in class
Perform other duties as assigned
Must have a Bachelor's
Must have a CPR Certification
GSRP Assistant Teacher
Lovin Touch Learning Center seeks GSRP Assistant Teachers to support the implementation of positive and impactful instruction in a PreK setting. In partnership with Lead Teachers and Associate teachers, Assistant Teachers will deliver instruction using our PreK curriculum, establish strong relationships with students, families and co-workers, and ensure that their students are prepared for kindergarten in a safe and nurturing environment.
Job Requirements CDA in Preschool Duties & Responsibilities Works under the oversight of the classroom Lead Teacher as part of the GSRP teaching team
Helps to facilitate the daily routine by supporting and delivering lessons and working with students.
Becomes knowledgeable of the highscope curriculum and Cor advantage
Establishes a positive relationship with all co-workers and parents
Adheres to all licensing and GSRP requirements
Supports the classroom team members and the district team as needed