WAEYC is the professional association for those working with children ages birth through eight years old in Washington. We have 11 local Affiliate Chapters and 1600 members throughout the state.

Available Job Postings

Updated 1/19/2018

New Job Posting: 1/16/18

 

Title: Pre-School Head Teacher

 

Description, Responsibilities and Duties

 

Responsible for supervising Assistant Teacher and 14 children.

 

Minimum Qualifications/Requirements

 

AA degree in Early Education and 1 yr. experience or CDA and 2 yrs. experience

 

Salary and Benefits: varies

 

Start Date: 2/1/18

 

Application Procedures

 

Come in to fill out an application and submit a resume.

 

Name of School/Center/University/City, State, Province

 

Queen's Daughters Day Care Center

73 Buena Vista Ave.

Yonkers, NY 10701

 

Program Description

 

Early Learning Child Care Center

 

Name and Contact for Inquiries

 

Barbara Berrios

914-969-4491

New Job Posting: 1/8/2018


Title

Infant Head Teacher

Description, Responsibilities and Duties

As the leader of the infant room, you will work with a team of 3-4 staff to provide a warm, safe, nurturing and developmentally appropriate environment for our youngest children, 3 months - 18 months. Always ensuring compliance with NYS OCFS regulations,the Montessori philosophy will guide the overall practices of the room.

Responsibilities include, but not limited to: maintaining a positive environment for children, families and staff; following consistent daily routines; being the primary contact for parents/caregivers; modeling appropriate practices for assistants and substitutes; keeping up to date with record keeping and required paperwork; creating monthly e-newsletters

Minimum Qualifications/Requirements

Montessori training and experience preferred; some college

Salary and Benefits

Based on education and experience; health insurance option, paid time off, professional development opportunities through the CME/NY Teacher Education Program

Start Date

February 1, 2018

Application Procedures

Email cover letter and resume to Maria Francella, mfrancella@cmteny.com

Name of School/Center/University/City, State, Province

Montessori Children's Center
785 Mamaroneck Avenue
White Plains, NY 10605

Program Description

A Montessori Day Care Center serving children 3 months - 6 years, the children come for a 9 hour day, 5 days a week, 12 months a year. The center is open from 7:30 - 5:30 pm.

Name and Contact for Inquiries

Maria Francella, Director
mfrancella@cmteny.com
914-597-2253


New Job Posting: 1/8/2018

 

Title

 

Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education, Residency Focus

 

Description, Responsibilities and Duties

 

The successful candidate's responsibilities include:

Coaching BAS teacher candidates in their residency experience on-site in a public school setting Ensuring a high degree of integration between the college coursework and school-based residency Evaluating BAS teacher candidate's progress towards teaching competencies required by the Professional Educator Standards Board (PESB) during their residency Building professional relationships with cooperating teachers, school principals, and other school district staff Evaluating schools and staff for the quality of placement experience of BAS teacher candidates Supporting the BAS teacher candidates in completing the edTPA Teaching the BAS residency seminar course and other Early Childhood Education courses that focus on supporting children who are culturally, linguistically, and ability-diverse and that are grounded in sound developmental theory and teaching methodology; Leading the team of residency faculty to ensure continuity Conducting outreach and coordinating with community partners & advisory boards; Drawing upon a strong base of disciplinary knowledge, skills, theories, issues, research, and applications to design engaging and effective learning experiences; Analyzing course assessments, evaluations, and data and engaging in continuous improvement of courses based on that analysis in order to advance student achievement of outcomes, success in subsequent courses, and impact on retention and graduation; Continuously innovating learning experiences (campus, online, hybrid, off-site) in response to assessment and evidence/data analysis; Demonstrating multicultural competence, including an awareness and understanding of historically disadvantaged populations, and creating an educational environment that affirms commitment to equity and diversity; Setting the stage for a high level of student engagement; Creatively designing learning experiences that extend beyond delivering content and assisting students in achieving course, program, and degree outcomes, including the college's five core abilities of Multiculturalism, Critical, Creative and Reflective Thinking, Information Competency, Responsibility, and Effective Communication; Teaching, advising, and mentoring students holistically from recruitment to completion; Engaging in shared governance; Participating in the First-Year Faculty Cohort in the first year of the tenure process.

 

Minimum Qualifications/Requirements

 

Master's degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE), Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE), or a related field (or in process) with completion before tenure can be granted Three years' full time ECE and/or ECSE experience (or equivalent combination of full and part-time) teaching experience with children birth to grade 3 and the ability to use those experiences to bring relevance and meaning to the adult learning classroom Demonstrated knowledge and application of adult learning theories Demonstrated knowledge and application of current ECE/ECSE theories and practices Demonstrated knowledge and application of coaching/mentoring skills Special Requirements:

Must provide or be able to attain a clean background check through the Department of Early Learning.

Ability to travel to local schools to support residency

 

Salary and Benefits

 

Initial salary placement is based on the current full-time faculty salary schedule and is dependent upon education and experience. Salary placement for newly hired full-time faculty will be at one of five levels based upon qualifications including teaching experience and credentials. The five levels range from $51,462 to $55,571 per 173-day academic year. Opportunities for summer employment and other assignments are in addition to the base salary.

 

Start Date

 

09/15/2018

 

Application Procedures

 

Please Visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/piercedist/jobs/1944152/assistant-professor-of-early-childhood-education-residency-focus?pagetype=promotionalJobs

To be considered for this position, applicants must include the following items in their application package:

Letter of formal application that addresses how your experience and education qualifies you to perform the assigned responsibilities (Cover Letter).

Response to the following: What personal and professional work have you done in order to broaden your understanding of multiculturalism? How have you infused multiculturalism into your classroom in order for students to be challenged/motivated/inspired to be a part of a multicultural society? AND Pierce College has set a goal of closing achievement gaps for all student populations by 2020. How will you contribute to this effort at the classroom, program, and institutional levels? (Supplemental Question).

Detailed curriculum vitae of all educational and professional experience, which includes a list of courses taught (Curriculum Vitae).

Unofficial copies of all college and university transcripts. International transcripts must include a foreign transcript evaluation. For a list of approved credential evaluation services visit: http//ncaes.org/members.htm. (Unofficial transcripts acceptable for application process; official transcripts required prior to hire) (Transcripts).

A list of four current professional references with name, relationship to candidate, address, email address, and telephone number. Letters of recommendation will not be accepted in lieu of a list of professional references (References).

 

Name of School/Center/University/City, State, Province

 

Pierce College- Lakewood, WA

 

Program Description

 

About the Program:

The successful candidate will join an Early Childhood Education program that provides comprehensive education to allow students to develop the skills need to support the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social development of children from birth to grade 3. Pierce College offers various state stackable ECE certificates, a Professional-Technical Associate Degree in Early Childhood, and a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Teaching with a Washington Residency Certificate and endorsements in Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education. Students gain the knowledge and competencies necessary for a professional career working with young children in a variety of settings. The program combines hands-on training in the on-site laboratory school, in community early childhood programs, and in a yearlong residency in the public schools, with college-level classroom instruction aimed at creating skilled, culturally responsive, and reflective teachers. Students! learn to develop and apply curriculum methods and to meet the needs of each and every child as an individual and as a member of social communities and families.

 

Name and Contact for Inquiries

 

Madi Nichol

jobs@pierce.ctc.edu<mailto:jobs@pierce.ctc.edu>

New Job Posting: 1/4/2018

Title

Pre School Tennis Coach

Description, Responsibilities and Duties

If you are a tennis fan, player or an existing coach that also has experience in early childhood education, we would like to get to know you! A fun personality and reliability is an absolute requirement for this part-time position. This is a lead teaching position that works closely with the Junior Program Director (JPD) and is responsible for teaching 3-6 year old children the game of tennis through creative lesson plans. The coach will hold regular meeting times with the JPD to plan, present and evaluate the curriculum for the tennis classes as well as help train other coaches in their own developmental needs in the early childhood field.
Essential Functions:
• Coach tennis clinics for the TCSP Junior Program on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings
• Develop and implement lesson plans for the various classes assigned in the program in coordination with the JPD
• Maintain a safe environment on the court via the lesson plan
• Work collaboratively with other instructors sharing curriculum and program philosophies demonstrating how early childhood education elements are pertinent to tennis coaching
• Communicate with JPD and parents about their child(ren)'s progress from an athletic and coachable perspective
• Attend mandatory staffing meetings monthly
• Must be able to lift 50 lbs

Minimum Qualifications/Requirements

Required Education:
• A Child Development Associate Credential or two years of experience working in a group setting with children between the ages of 3 and 6.
• Ability to work both individually and as a team member with people of diverse educational, ethnic, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds including children, parents, staff and the general public
• Ability to communicate well and write competently in English with all children, parents, staff and the general public
• Prior to hire, must successfully pass criminal history/child abuse background check
• Must complete 10 hours of ongoing early childhood training annually

Salary and Benefits

Based on experience.

Start Date

1/12/18

Application Procedures

Please submit cover letter and current resume to:
Lisa@tenniscentersandpoint.com

Name of School/Center/University/City, State, Province

Tennis Center Sand Point
Settle WA

Program Description

TCSP offers a complete junior tennis program for children between the ages of 3-18. From the very beginner to the most advanced tournament player, TCSP Junior Program covers the entire spectrum. The Junior Program at TCSP focuses on developing camaraderie, self-esteem, physical fitness, discipline and good sportsmanship. Above all else, including winning and losing, fun is the number one ingredient for all junior players so they can learn to love the game for life!

Name and Contact for Inquiries

Lisa Moholt Junior Program Director
Lisa@tenniscentersandpoint.com
206-522-5008