The National Child Research Center (NCRC) seeks a Resource (Assistant) Teacher for a full-time position for the 2020-2021 school year. The primary responsibilities of the Resource Teacher are to to serve as an assistant to Directing Teacher in the classroom for both in-person and distance learning, and as applicable, staff NCRC’s auxiliary programs (e.g. Early Birds, Lunch Bunch and Later Gators) in support of our children and their families.
Located in the historic district of Cleveland Park in Washington DC, NCRC’s highly trained faculty is committed to creating a preschool environment that nurtures the whole child while celebrating their uniqueness in a warm, supportive environment. Committed to the inclusion of children with special needs and typically developing children, NCRC provides small classes and an enriched learning environment within a collaborative, committed, and dynamic professional learning community. NCRC actively supports and encourages diversity among the staff and families that we serve.
Qualified candidates will be committed to inclusive education and have an interest and in early childhood education and/or a related field. Bachelor’s degree preferred, along with formal training in early childhood education and/or related field.. Competitive salaries, benefits, and professional development opportunities are available.
Interested candidates should submit the NCRC Application for Employment, a letter of interest, resume, references, and educational philosophy to 2020Jobs@ncrcpreschool.org. Please list the Position Title in the subject line of your email.
Bachelor’s degree preferred, along with formal training in early childhood education and/or related field
About National Child Research Center
Founded in 1928, NCRC is the oldest continuously operating preschool in the District of Columbia. NCRC provides a collaborative approach to preschool education in an environment that nurtures the whole child, fosters partnerships with families, and is committed to the inclusion of children with special needs. A highly trained, multi-disciplinary faculty employs developmentally appropriate practices, supported by ongoing professional development and sound research. Essential to its role as a model of early childhood education is the creation of a diverse, respectful community. Both within and beyond the school community, NCRC seeks opportunities to advocate for all children and their families.
For more information about our school, visit www.ncrcpreschool.org