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Teacher II-Early Head Start

Child Crisis Arizona

This is a Full-time position in Mesa, AZ posted August 6, 2022.

*This position offers a $1,000.00 sign-on bonus!Child Crisis Arizona believes that  EVERY SINGLE CHILD MATTERS . Our mission is to provide children and youth a safe environment free from abuse and neglect by creating strong and successful families.  If you truly want to make a difference , look into one of our rewarding careers!As a Teacher II, you will primarily be responsible for the general operations of the classroom and the supervision of the Teacher I.Essential Functions:Serves as the primary caregiver in the classroom for four children and assigning four children to the Teacher IDevelops and posts weekly classroom lesson plan, including challenging and appropriate activities which are responsible to children’s changing needs, interests, and skillsDevelops individualized plans for each child, including developmental as well as IFSP goalsCompletes child-centered home visits for each enrolled child as requiredCompletes parent-teacher conferences as requiredSpeaks with children in a friendly, positive, courteous manner and listens to children with attention and respectActively participates in and reinforcing children’s playEstablishes consistent rules and behavioral expectations and conveys them clearly and consistently by using positive guidance methodsMaintains a consistent, yet flexible, daily schedule where routines are established which enable children to predict events and develop a basic sense of trustObserves children to modify and enrich the learning environmentSupports classroom goals as well as goals for individual childrenEnsures that individual plans are consistently implementedRecognizes and allows for individual differences in development and abilities when assisting in the activity planning and learning experiencesEncourages responsibility and independence in children as they are readyPromotes problem solving through open-ended questions and suggestionsMaintains a clean and organized classroomContinually observes and documents children’s progress, growth, and developmentCompletes all required forms and assigned paperwork, including CACFP mealtime documentationSupervises staff with clear and respectful direction and feedbackModels center’s expectation for sensitivity and competency relating to diversity and cultural awareness.Education/ Experience:Associate’s Degree and two years of related experience,  OrAssociates Degree in Early Childhood or related field with a minimum of 12 credits related to infant/toddler development, OrUnrelated Associates Degree with 120 hours of formal early education training covering ages 0-3 and 480 hours of professional experience in a 0-3 age group setting*Actual pay rates are based on education and experience.