We are currently seeking a State Mandated Preschool Program Teacher for our Child Development Center. This is a 10 month position with benefits, 6.5 hours per day. The teacher is responsible for the planning and implementation of the Creative Curriculum, Teaching Strategies Gold assessment, and supervision of the children, Instructional Aid and Work Study’s or volunteers.
Examples of Duties
Provide planning and execution of developmentally appropriate early childhood education experiences for each individual child.
Planning of activities in all domains, including social and emotional, cognitive and physical.
Maintain records of the progress of each child’s growth and development using the online Teaching Strategies Gold System.
Parent communication through Class Dojo App, emails, Google Classroom, and face to face. Encouraging parent participation in the classroom and for workshops.
Ability to be flexible to work at school or from home using Google Classroom if needed.
Ability to work with others in a cooperative manner as a member of our team.
Knowledge of Creative Curriculum and Gold Assessment is preferable
Knowledge of Google Classroom is preferable.
Bachelors Degree or higher in Early Childhood Education or related field.
P-3 Certification with a NJ Standard Teachers License.
About Passaic County Community College
PCCC offers high-quality, flexible, educational and cultural programs that meet the needs of Passaic County residents. The College provides its students with a strong general education foundation for further study and opportunities for career preparation and lifelong learning. Impassioned by our commitment to student progress and program completion, the College strives to address a wide variety of student learning needs through excellence in teaching, innovative and effective use of technology, multiple instructional methods and developmental and ESL programs that provide access to college-level programs. The College?s supportive learning environment fosters student success and faculty excellence. Through a culture of evidence and inquiry, the College is an effective steward of its physical, financial, and intellectual resources.