Early Childhood Development Teacher (Watertown Head Start Center) Duties: • Plan individual and group activities to stimulate growth in language, social, motor, and cognitive skills such as attending to tasks, developing social relationships, and utilizing educational materials. • Plan, prepare and develop lesson plans that promote the educational activities for the children by contacting businesses, professionals and special guests for classroom activities. • Promote sound social and emotional growth through recognizing individual differences, diversity and cultural backgrounds. • Facilitate parent-child conferences. • Gather data on children’s progress in each of the eight domains of learning and development on each child in conjunction with the parents. Accurately use the data to track progress to generate reports related to the Child Outcomes Framework. Utilize ChildPlus system as appropriate. • Facilitate all phases of in-kind collection, including educating parents/guardians of the importance of the in-kind, assisting in tracking in-kind contributions, and assuring that in-kind reports are submitted timely and that adequate in-kind contributions are provided. Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in an accredited program in Early Childhood Education, Baccalaureate, advanced degree in Early Childhood Education or a degree in a related field, with a pre-school teaching certification preferred. • One (1) year experience working with children, preferably with preschool age children in an Early Childhood facility or an equivalent combination of education and experience. • State awarded certificate for preschool teachers. • Experience with low-income families would be beneficial. Hours / FLSA Status / Grade 6: • Nonexempt position • 40 hours per week, 40 weeks per year • $13.91 - $20.35 per hour, based on education and experience APPLICATION CLOSING DATE IS AUGUST 6, 2018 ICAP is an equal opportunity provider and employer

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