Lieu de travail
Genre de travail
All ECEAP Locations - Everett, Sultan & Monroe
June 3, 2021
The lead teacher is directly responsible for the care and education of the preschool children enrolled in his/her classroom. Works on the academic school year calendar. Plans curriculum, designs indoor and outdoor learning environments, observes and assesses children’s development, and implements positive guidance strategies.
Observe, record, and assess each child’s growth and development for the purpose of planning individualized activities to meet the unique needs and interests of every child enrolled in his/her classroom.
Provide a safe and healthy learning environment for young children; promoting health, wellness and nutrition through age and developmentally appropriate educational activities.
Make appropriate child referrals as needed or appropriate; accessing the services of the Volunteers of America Behavioral and Mental Health Consultant in a timely manner.
Assist parents in increasing their knowledge, understanding, skills and experience surrounding child growth, development and learning; supporting them as their child’s first and most influential teacher.
Associate or higher degree with the equivalent of 30 college quarter credits in Early Childhood Education; OR valid Washington State Teaching Certificate with an endorsement in Early Childhood Education (Pre-K-Grade 3) or Early Childhood Special Education.
Proficient in spoken and written English and Spanish preferred.
Proficiency in the use of basic Microsoft Operating System, Office applications (Word, Excel, and Outlook) and Internet Explorer.
Effective and professional oral and written communication skills.
Knowledge of age and developmentally appropriate practice.
Excellent organizational skills.
UP TO 200 PAID TIME OFF HOURS PER YEAR
MEDICAL, VISION & DENTAL BENEFITS
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM and more….