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Assistant Teacher 3-5 Neodesha

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Job Details
Job Order Number
11317441
Company Name
SEK-CAP
Physical Address
1103 N 6th St,
Neodesha, KS 66757
Job Description

POSITION SUMMARY:
Assist and support the implementation of an early childhood education program that provides quality and developmentally appropriate services to children and families that meets program, state, and federal regulations per the Head Start Performance Standards.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Be an advocate for Head Start in the community.
Team with center staff to provide an inviting and nurturing learning environment for children, families, volunteers, and staff.
Provide full services to assigned families per the Head Start Performance Standards, under the direct supervision of the Lead Teacher.
In absence of Site Manager and Lead Teacher, the Assistant Teacher supervises the paraprofessional/ driver.
Individualize teaching to enable children to attain key curriculum and social/emotional goals with the assistance of parents or primary caregivers.
Team with center staff to recruit, train and encourage parent and community volunteers’ participation at the center and document volunteer hours to fulfill federal match requirements.
Insure parents/primary caregivers are informed of all policies included in the Parent Handbook.
Team with parents to schedule all health appointments; identify children and families with nutritional problems; post children’s allergies in the kitchen and inform staff of all children’s allergies.
Carry out all classroom and playground duties as assigned.
Perform bus monitor duties as needed.
Be a role model for the children before, during meals and at clean up time.
Promote and model excellence in daily program operations that support the provision of quality services for children and families, and a learning environment where all staff can thrive.
Obtain and share knowledge of theories and techniques for adult education and Early Childhood development.
Maintain dependable, punctual attendance.
Assist in setting-up a developmentally appropriate classroom based on Head Start Performance Standards-using Creative Curriculum, Second Step, PBS (Positive Behavior Support) and other curricula provided by program.
Responsible to ensure completion of data entry in Agency approved Data System
Travel within agency area with occasional out of area trips for training.
Assist with developmental and social emotional screenings and observe the developmental level of each child making appropriate referrals if needed.
Be knowledgeable of Performance Standards, Policies and Procedures, Positive Behavior Support (PBS), ASQ-3, ASQ:SE, Creative Curriculum, Second Step.
Participate in Individualized Education Plan (IEP), Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP), and/or Person Centered Plan (PCP) meetings as needed for children with special needs while taking the role of resource person and parent advocate.
Assist with informing parents of child’s progress at parent conferences and/or home visits or upon request of parent.
Utilize Positive Behavior Support (PBS) strategies to prevent and defuse challenging behavior.


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