Are you a preschool teacher that is looking to join a team in your own community to further the betterment of our children? Put your teaching & business skills to work in a way that makes a measurable difference in the lives of children, youth & families in our community. This teacher's position is part of the CAPC's Early Childhood Development team. The teacher should be a multi-tasking master who can embrace challenges; lead with a passion for developing those around them and an eye for risk-management and quality improvement efforts! If you have a solution focused, can-do attitude: the CAPC may be the place for you! Integrity, collaborative, compassionate relationships, safe, strong families, innovative, visionary, education, awareness and advocacy, and above all, impact: We are the Child Abuse Prevention Council and these characteristics are what define the CAPC Experience for staff, clients, volunteers, donors, and the community. If these describe your personal and professional goals and interests - we would love to hear from you!
- Associate Teacher
- Early Childhood Education Field
“The Child Abuse Prevention Council PROTECTS children and STRENGTHENS families through awareness and outcome-driven programs, delivered with compassion.”
- No Cost Medical Benefits for Employee
- Paid Holidays / Sick Pay
- Generous Paid-Time Off – accruals increase with tenure
- Vision / Dental Insurance Options
- Retirement Saving Plan (403B) – agency matches up to 3% on 1st year workiversary
- Staff Recognitions – Spot Awards, Employee of the Month
- Business Casual Office Environment
- Monthly Staff Gatherings / Team Culture
- 501(c)(3) Designation – you’re able to apply for PSLF Loan Forgiveness
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Employee Discounts – LifeMart
Under supervision of the Early Childhood Education Department’s Manager, the Preschool Educator, which encompasses Associate Teachers, Teachers and other Early Education personnel, will facilitate healthy parent-child attachment and relationship building, provide or arrange for comprehensive Head Start services for assigned families of preschool children served in home-based options, as defined by the Head Start Performance Standards. The Teacher will implement and oversee all components of an infant/toddler program by contributing to the success of the teaching team and adhering to all policies and procedures, while working to maintain compliance with all licensing and funding regulations.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS / QUALIFICATIONS:
-The teacher should have an AA degree in Child Development or related field; Bachelor’s preferred.
-The teacher should have a valid Child Development Teacher Permit is required for Early Head Start/Head Start classrooms.
-The teacher should have three Infant/Toddler units are required if the teacher is working with children birth to three; six units of Infant/Toddler Development units is preferred.
Two years of relevant experience teaching/working with children (ages 0 to 5) and families.
CAPC hires and promotes employees regardless of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin or ancestry, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition or physical handicap or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. CAPC is an equal opportunity employer.
**COVID-19 vaccine OR a legal exemption is required.**
Location: Stockton, California, US
Posted Date: 9/21/2022
Child Abuse Prevention Council