Birth 3 Teacher Nike

As our Teacher, you'll assist with implementing developmentally appropriate programming by following outlined procedures. You'll interact with and provide continual supervision for the children, participate in classroom activities and collaborate with classroom staff. You'll also implement lesson plans and interact with children by initiating and encouraging their participation. In addition, you'll provide emotional and physical support for children. Our Teachers will provide modeling and mentorship to classroom staff, children, families and the community inside and outside of Nike. They will coordinate their classroom's overall programming as well as envision and create affirming experiences for children, families and practicum students.
Qualifications
Requirements for the position include:
+ Bachelor's, or higher Degree in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Child and Family Studies or Early Childhood Special Education
Or
+ Baccalaureate Degree in _any_ discipline, with a minimum of 36 semester/54 quarter credits in Child Development, ECE, Elementary Education, Child & Family Studies or Early Childhood Special Education
+ 12 months' relevant work experience with children ages 0-3 in a child care facility is required and the ability to obtain step 10 in the Oregon Registry.
+ Ability to sit, bend and lift up to 50 lb
+ Must have the ability to work overtime
+ Ability to move quickly around a classroom or playground
+ Ability to physically move, lift or control children in unsafe or emergency situations
+ Ability to read, speak, write and understand verbal and written English
+ Ability to maintain educational/training hours as outlined by state licensing agency and attend in-service training as scheduled twice per year
+ Technical foundation in curriculum, programming and problem solving skills is preferred
+ Familiar with NAEYC Accreditation standards is preferred
+ Ability to successfully complete a criminal history background check
Job ID: 00296351
Location: USA-Oregon-Beaverton
Job Category: Child Development


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