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Employment Opportunities

Here is a list of the different positions we have available. A list of benefits is at the bottom of this page:



Assistant Director

Responsibilities:

  • Assures accuracy and review of attendance, parent/guardian sign-in sheets and absence notes.
  • Prepares bills for payment each week.
  • Prepares bi-weekly payroll.
  • Maintains current health files and immunization records, staff files and documentation of benefits.
  • Maintains current professional development for each staff member.
  • Conducts fire drills on a monthly basis.
  • Assures staff is competent, following EEC regulations, caring and qualified to work with designated age group.
  • Conducts regular staff meetings.
  • Establishes communication system and development of team work.
  • Posts new ideas, resources, curriculum guides, workshops and notices.
  • Identifies and evaluates children’s needs.
  • Conducts parent/guardian conferences and offer referral procedures as appropriate.
  • Maintains a current list of qualified substitutes and provides substitutes with an orientation including scheduling, emergency procedures and behavior guidelines.
  • Performs continual child assessments.
  • Provides a calendar or other methods of communicating program to parents/guardians.
  • Maintains background information regarding family, physical development, health history and special needs.
  • Maintains facilities, inventory, equipment and supplies as required.\
  • Oversees safe operations to include sanitary bathrooms, kitchen and classrooms, posting of evacuation plan in each classroom, and arranges for repairs as required.
  • Oversees child supervision of entire school.
  • Posts emergency numbers in designated areas.
  • Performs open and lock up procedures of facility.
  • Consults with Teachers regarding any difficulties in meeting certain children's needs, parent/guardian complaints or concerns.
  • Conducts bi-monthly observations.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Associate Degree required. Bachelors Degree preferable. Prior school management experience helpful. Must provide proper documentation to work on the US.

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Lead Teacher for Infants-toddlers

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinates developmentally appropriate curriculum schedules and maintains EEC regulations.*
  • Monitors and observe the daily operation of the classroom for safety, positive interaction and productive educational activity.*
  • Oversees performance of classroom teachers and assistants; performs and prepares the employee performance evaluations on an annual basis and submits to director.
  • Addresses, monitors and documents issues, concerns and problems of each individual child and discusses with teacher.*
  • Develops and maintains a positive and confidential relationship with the parents of every child, including thorough communication about the program and each child’s progress.*
  • Encourages parent interest and involvement in the program. Seeks a partnership with parents. Maintains confidentiality.*
  • Completes children’s evaluations as required. Maintains accurate knowledge of documentation in children’s files. Meets with parents during the year as required.*
  • Orientates and train new employees to review policies, procedures and classroom-wide rules and regulations.*
  • Adheres to all established policies, procedures and code of ethics.*
  • Participates in required training programs, conferences, courses or other aspects of professional growth.
  • Attends staff meetings as required.
  • Performs teacher responsibilities when substituting for another staff member in any classroom as needed.
  • Reports any suspicion of child abuse or neglect to the appropriate party for follow through.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Requirements:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  High school diploma or general education degree (GED); CDA or two-years Associate degree required. One year of experience as lead teacher required or three years as teacher. Must provide proper documentation to work on the US.

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Teacher for Infants and Toddlers

Responsibilities:

  • Greets children and parents/guardians in a professional and enthusiastic manner each day.
  • Maintains a happy, sanitary and relaxed atmosphere in the nursery area.
  • Plans and executes a child-centered day which promotes total development of each child, and applies knowledge of various development stages of infants and toddlers.
  • Prepares, executes and discusses infant feeding routines with parents/guardians to meet individual needs.
  • Changes children’s diapers or clothes as needed.
  • Adheres to appropriate diapering procedures at all times to include assuring cleanliness of work areas and proper disposal of diapers.
  • Assists with nap time routine to include creating a relaxing environment.
  • Maintains written documentation of each child's daily activities to include diapering, feeding and sleeping habits, and forwards daily reports and pictures to parents/guardians using the classroom tablet.
  • Completes accurate attendance sheets daily, tallies number of children in attendance and notifies the Director of absences.
  • Administers and documents children's medications in accordance with center policies.
  • Maintains work areas in a sanitary and attractive manner to include sanitizing high chairs, tables, microwave, kitchen counter tops and sinks after feedings and at the end of each day.
  • Washes children’s toys daily or more often as needed.
  • Communicates with parents/guardians regarding the special needs of children.
  • Attends professional workshops and seminars, visits centers and reads information pertaining to infancy and early childhood development.
  • Attends parent/guardian, staff and conference meetings as scheduled.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Requirements:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  EEC Teaching Certificate is required. A minimum of a CDA or a two-year Associate degree is preferable. Must provide proper documentation to work on the US.

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Assistant Infant and/or Toddler Teacher

Responsibilities:

  • Greets children and parents/guardians in a professional and enthusiastic manner each day.
  • Maintains a happy, sanitary and relaxed atmosphere in the nursery area.
  • Plans and executes a child-centered day which promotes total development of each child, and applies knowledge of various development stages of infants and toddlers.
  • In coordination with the rest of the team, prepares, executes and discusses infant feeding routines with parents/guardians to meet individual needs.
  • Changes children’s diapers or clothes as needed.
  • Adheres to appropriate diapering procedures at all times to include assuring cleanliness of work areas and proper disposal of diapers.
  • Assists with nap time routine to include creating a relaxing environment.
  • Maintains written documentation of each child's daily activities to include diapering, feeding and sleeping habits, and forwards daily reports and pictures to parents/guardians using the classroom tablet.
  • Completes accurate attendance sheets daily, tallies number of children in attendance and notifies the Director of absences.
  • Administers and documents children's medications in accordance with center policies.
  • Maintains work areas in a sanitary and attractive manner to include sanitizing high chairs, tables, microwave, kitchen counter tops and sinks after feedings and at the end of each day.
  • Washes children’s toys daily or more often as needed.
  • Communicates with parents/guardians regarding the special needs of children.
  • Attends professional workshops and seminars, reads information pertaining to infancy and early childhood development.
  • Train new teachers.
  • Speak Spanish to all children under his/her care.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must provide proper documentation to work on the US.

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Preschool Teacher

Responsibilities:

  • Greets children and parents/guardians in a professional and enthusiastic manner each day.
  • Corrects each student’s classroom work and homework as it is completed as a teacher and not as a technician.*
  • Maintains high standards of student neatness, handwriting and time usage.*
  • Teaches according to Center teaching believes and methods.*
  • Provides instruction as assigned.*
  • Offers appropriate support to students through a positive attitude.*
  • Maintains student mailboxes as activities are completed.*
  • Evaluates and comments on each student’s work in the student instructional work.*
  • Alerts Supervisor to any programming concerns and discusses suggested program changes.*
  • Participates in all scheduled teacher meetings.*
  • Remains firm as each situation warrants.
  • Maintains low noise level.
  • Maintain the incident/Injuries reports and notebook.
  • Plans and executes a child-centered day which promotes total development of each child, and applies knowledge of various development stages of infants and toddlers.
  • Changes children’s diapers or clothes as needed.
  • Adheres to appropriate diapering procedures at all times to include assuring
    cleanliness of work areas and proper disposal of diapers.
  • Assists with nap time routine to include creating a relaxing environment.
  • Maintains written documentation of each child's daily activities to include diapering, feeding and sleeping habits, and forwards reports to parents/guardians using the tablets.

*Essential Function

Requirements:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  EEC Teaching Certificate is required. A minimum of a CDA or a two-year Associate degree is required. Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; or less than one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience is preferable. Must provide proper documentation to work on the US.

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Assistant to Preschool Teacher

Responsibilities:

  • Communicates measurable learning objectives; guides students towards mastery of objectives; checks for understanding frequently.*
  • Utilizes appropriate instructional materials and techniques.*
  • Circulates among students, provides frequent individual attention; corrects student errors in a positive and timely manner.*
  • Observes and records student progress daily; implements lesson plans as designed by teacher; maintains appropriate level of student supervision at all times.*
  • Completes incident reports with objective descriptions; demonstrates an understanding of students’ diagnosis.*
  • Assists in maintaining academic charting and completion of homework.*
  • Utilizes a variety of incentives and rewards, both tangible and social.*
  • Transports students to and from school when assigned.*
  • Provides crisis intervention according to behavioral management policies.*
  • Participates in the development and implementation of treatment plans.*
  • Fosters student motivation through enthusiasm and encouragement
  • Follows all classroom/school policies and procedures thereby setting an example to students.
  • Maintains professional behavior during conflict situations.
  • Communicates with co-workers and parents in a professional manner.
  • Maintains work areas in a sanitary and attractive manner to include sanitizing chairs, tables, microwave, kitchen counter tops and sinks after feedings and at the end of each day.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

*Essential Function

Requirements:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must provide proper documentation to work on the US.

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Lead-Floating Teacher

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinates developmentally appropriate curriculum schedules and maintains EEC regulations.*
  • Monitors and observe the daily operation of the classroom for safety, positive interaction and productive educational activity.*
  • Complete bi-monthly observations and report to director.
  • Review first aid bags in every classroom and submit a report to director.
  • Oversees performance of classroom teachers and assistants; performs and prepares the employee performance evaluations on an annual basis and submits to director.
  • Addresses, monitors and documents issues, concerns and problems of each individual child and discusses with teacher.*
  • Develops and maintains a positive and confidential relationship with the parents of every child, including thorough communication about the program and each child’s progress.*
  • Encourages parent interest and involvement in the program. Seeks a partnership with parents. Maintains confidentiality.*
  • Completes children’s evaluations as required. Maintains accurate knowledge of documentation in children’s files. Meets with parents during the year as required.*
  • Orientates new employees using the orientation packet to review policies, procedures and organization-wide rules and regulations.*
  • Adheres to all established policies, procedures and code of ethics.*
  • Participates in required training programs, conferences, courses or other aspects of professional growth.
  • Attends and/or coordinate staff meetings as required.
  • Performs teacher responsibilities when substituting for another staff member in any classroom as needed.
  • Reports any suspicion of child abuse or neglect to the appropriate party for follow through.

*Essential Function

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  High school diploma or general education degree (GED); CDA or two-years Associate degree required. One year of experience as lead teacher required or three years as teacher. Must provide proper documentation to work on the US.

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Music Teacher:

Responsibilities:

The elementary music teacher will perform the following job description:

  • Develop and implement lesson plans and classroom activities
  • Organize classroom systems/procedure for these activities
  • Manage students behavior during this activity to ensure they are fully engaged
  • Create a bilingual curriculum
  • Develop and implement two performances per year

Requirements: 

  • Knowledge of music, music appreciation and the skills required to manage children behavior
  • Ability to create a music program that includes the entire student and teacher bodies
  • Ability to deal with groups of children with knowledge and enthusiasm for the craft
  • Must be bilingual (English/Spanish)
  • Must provide proper documentation to work on the US.

Summer Camp Director

Responsibilities:

  • Greet families and campers upon arrival and orientate them to camp
  • Manage parent’s expectations by knowing your campers and conversing with parents at drop off and pick up times
  • Plan camp schedule and activities
  • Manage issues that may arise, including, but not limited to, camper behavior issues, parent’s complaints, etc.
  • Work with and supervise Counselors in a supportive manner
  • Work with a group of campers and provide a fun, safe and exciting camp experience
  • Assign Counselors to specific tasks
  • Establish emergency rules and safety procedures with campers and staff
  • Assures accuracy and review of attendance, parent/guardian sign-in sheets, and absence notes
  • Maintains current health files and immunization records, staff files, and documentation of benefits
  • Maintains current professional development for each staff member
  • Conducts fire drills on a weekly basis
  • Assures staff is competent, following BOH regulations, caring and qualified to work with designated age group
  • Conducts regular staff meetings weekly
  • Establishes communication system and development of teamwork
  • Posts new ideas, resources, curriculum guides, workshops, and notices
  • Identifies and evaluates children’s needs
  • Performs continual child assessments
  • Oversees child supervision of entire summer camp
  • Posts emergency numbers in designated areas
  • Supervise and train all counselors
  • Responsible for licensing and operating of day camp in accordance with local and State of Massachusetts Departments of Public Health and following best practices of American Camping Association standards
  • Speak Spanish to all campers and counselors
  • Performs other related duties as assigned

Compensation (all full-time positions):

  • Vacations 1-2-3 weeks per year
  • 1 week for sick and personal days
  • Continue education tuition paid 50%
  • Access to retirement plan (401K)
  • Access to Disability, Accident and life insurance
  • Opportunity to work with a great team of professionals
  • 50% paid approved professional development opportunities
  • Holidays and snow days paid
  • Direct Deposit
  • Great salary depending on experience and education
  • 50% discount on our tuition for our summer camp and for our Saturday Club program.

Schedule:

Hours will be pre-arranged with Program Director.