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Elementary Program Coordinator (After School & Summer)

Company: Lussier Community Education Center
Location: 55 S Gammon Road, Madison WI
City: Madison
County: Dane
Salary: $34,000
Date Posted: 3-20-2019
Closing Date: 04-30-19


SUMMARY For 40 years, the Lussier Community Education Center (formerly the Wexford Ridge Neighborhood Center) has drawn in children, youth, adults and elders from all walks of life to take care of one another and create a more just, healthy and vibrant community. Each year the LCEC’s 12,000-square-foot green-built structure welcomes thousands of people and hundreds of activities to build community, create opportunities and enrich education. The LCEC’s comprehensive, state-licensed elementary afterschool and summer camp programs engage children from grades K-5 in classrooms at our facility at and John Muir Elementary School. Elementary Programs staff emphasize positive youth development and a trauma informed mindset in working with our group of young people of color. We partner with a wide variety of community organizations to offer dynamic, engaging activities for academic support, art s/creativity , health/fitness, and community service. The Elementary Programs Coordinator is both a classroom lead teacher and the offsite supervisor at John Muir Elementary School. This Coordinator interfaces with parents, school staff, and partner organizations and manages administrative aspects of the LCEC’s Elementary Programs. The ideal candidate will be a detail oriented, dynamic leader of children’s programming and have experience creating and running culturally relevant and enriching experiences. This position reports to the Elementary Programs Manager. HOURS: Full time, 10am-6pm during the school year and 8:30am-4:30pm in summer COMPENSATION : $34,000 plus health and disability benefits and paid time off KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Classroom Management and Teaching Serve as site supervisor and lead teacher for our offsite classroom at Muir Elementary School. Plan, prepare, implement, and evaluate activities for elementary school age youth. Ensure the safety of participants by providing adequate supervision of all elementary youth. Lead the set-up, cleanup, and organization of rooms and activity centers for program each day. Create and maintain a welcoming and supportive classroom environment. Rotate activity center materials regularly. Guide desired youth behavior using the Lussier Community Circle, LCEC policies, and licensing regulations. Be sensitive to issues students face, and work with the team to identify needs and solutions for situations as they arise. Prepare and serve nutritious snacks and meals; lead youth in clean up. Family and community partner engagement Develop strong positive relationships with youth and their families. Help create and distribute program materials to families, including monthly newsletters, notices of program activities/events, and registration forms. Promote all LCEC events with youth and families. Support regular communication with parents and caregivers about needs and progress of program participants. Identify and address issues with parents and create support plans. Lead cooperative work with community partners and volunteers to facilitate activities and special events. Actively engage and manage volunteers and interns with an eye toward retention. Participate in volunteer recruitment as needed. Coordination and program administration Coordinate afterschool and summer program enrollment. Support families in completing required registration materials. Assist with meal planning, preparation, and reporting (particularly for CACFP). Monitor daily attendance, follow tracking procedures, and maintain weekly records. Ensure that LCEC policies and state licensing regulations are followed every day. Assist with regular licensing and other compliance reporting. Participate in regularly scheduled staff and check in meetings. Acquire and document 25 hours of professional development each year as required by state licensing. Participate in the shared work of the LCEC, including neighborhood events, staff retreats/meetings, and other projects as they arise. REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Experience working as Lead Teacher in a Wisconsin licensed child care program, or equivalent. Familiarity with State Day Care Licensing Rules and Regulations and City of Madison Accreditation Guidelines. Knowledge of and experience with behavior guidance and conflict resolution language and techniques. Mature attitude, creativity, resourcefulness, and a positive role model for youth. Understanding and appreciation of racially/ethnically diverse populations. Valid driver’s license and at least three years’ driving experience. Excellent communication skills.  TO APPLY Download the required application in Word at LCECmadison.org (under ABOUT/Job Opportunities) or pick one up at the Lussier Community Education Center, 55 S Gammon Rd, Madison. Cover letter and resume sent without an application may prompt consideration, but a completed application will be required at or before interview. Return application materials to the LCEC in person, by mail, or email to susan@LCECmadison.org. Applications received by Thursday, April 11, 2019, will receive first consideration. LCEC is an EOE/AA employer. ...

Early Childhood Director

Company: YWCA Child Care
Location: Green Bay
City: Green Bay
County: Brown
Salary:
Date Posted: 3-19-2019
Closing Date: 06-08-19


Summary of Responsibilities: The YWCA Child Care Director supports the overall functions of all YWCA Greater Green Bay early childhood and youth programming. This position is responsible for facilitating strategies to provide excellent play-based learning experiences in our community for a diverse group of families. The leader of this area monitors program revenues and supports the sustainability of the YWCA. The Child Care Director is responsible the supervision of child care staff and services including: The day to day provision of childcare services including infant and toddlers, 4K, wrap around services and after-school support. Operating this division within approved budgets, ensuring maximum resource utilization, maintaining the department within WI DCF 251, NAEYC and other regulatory guidelines necessary for operations. Assisting the CEO and development department with special projects and other tasks as requested. Integrating child care with other departments and services within YWCA to create a cohesive, cross-departmental team. Advocate for quality child care services within the greater Green Bay community and represent the YWCA as a leader in exceptional child care. * Qualifications: At least 5 years combined experience working in the early childhood field as a both a teacher and early childhood director Strong leadership, effective interpersonal and organizational skills Encompassing understanding of early care and education principles and system in Wisconsin Extensive knowledge of WI DCF 251 as it applies to the daily operations of a licensed child care center Good written and oral communication skills, and critical thinking skills Skilled in Microsoft office, Procare Software, Google Doc and Drive and Android Applications Experience working in a NAEYC Accredited Center Experience leading a staff of 20+ Understand and develop partnerships with community partners such as Family Services, Family and Child Care Resources, Howe Resource Center and Green Bay Public Schools Ability to pass state and federal background checks Education: Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or Human Development Wisconsin’s Registry Administrative Credential Job Functions Direct activities of the child care center to provide instruction and care for children. Provide management and leadership in the provision of quality child care services, with a major emphasis in meeting the child care needs of low-income families and ALICE families. Continued development of environments and curriculum experiences, consistent with the Reggio Emilia Approach, Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards, the theory of loose parts and process art Confer with parents regarding facility activities, policies and enrollment procedures. Hire, supervise and manage child care teachers and other staff and volunteers including schedule development Train and mentor staff as needed Ensure that staff is working in a way that supports the wider mission of the YWCA Greater Green Bay Review and evaluate facility activities to ensure conformance with state and local regulations. Maintain NAEYC Accreditation; increase quality programming for children based on best practices for children as outlined by the National Association for the Education of Young Children Assist Fund Development Director and CEO in collecting data to use in grant writing. Moderate the YWCA Teacher Facebook Group and the YWCA Child Care Family Facebook Group Create an allergy friendly rotating menu that provide nutritious and culturally diverse meals Plan and implement two YWCA Friday Family Nights per calendar year Assist in marketing child care services Manages federal USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Wisconsin Food Program Participate in YWCA leadership team meetings and contribute to overall strategic plan of YWCA Encourage and facilitate an environment that builds teamwork among all YWCA departments Audits weekly deposits and monthly revenues Assist in building, funding and implementing a sliding scale for child care services Acumen for understanding budget management principles Provides relief to classroom and other reporting staff positions as needed * Ideal candidate will also possess: Demonstrated ability to both lead and build the capabilities of a driven, bright, diverse team Evidence of the ability to consistently make decisions through a combination of analysis, wisdom, experience and judgment; the ability to balance the delivery of programs against the realities of a budget and the organization’s mission; and problem solving, project management, and creative resourcefulness Leadership and Organization – exceptional capacity for leading people; team builder; ability to connect staff with families both on an individual level and in a team; capacity to enforce accountability; and delegate appropriate responsibilities involved in the day-to-day operations Action oriented – enjoys working hard and looks for challenges; able to act and react as necessary, even if limited information is available; not afraid to take charge of a situation; can overcome resistance to leadership and take unpopular stands when necessary Other – meticulous and highly detail oriented with the ability to meet deadlines; excellent communication (written and verbal) and time management skills; proven organizational skills and follow through A professional personal image and the ability to work harmoniously and establish positive relationships with staff, families, and the business community are imperative. A commitment to the mission of the YWCA as well as implementation of these values in all daily work activity and within the greater Green Bay communit ...

Lead Toddler Teacher

Company: VA Kids Center
Location: Madison
City: Madison
County: Dane
Salary: Depends on education and experience
Date Posted: 3-15-2019
Closing Date: --


Do you love working with toddlers? Are you looking for a teaching job where you can truly make a difference in young lives? VAKC is seeking a warm, caring, nurturing, experienced, dedicated, reliable, professional to be a Lead Toddler Teacher for our small family like center. Benefits of working at VA Kids: • Small center, so you get to know the children and their families. • Located on several bus lines near the UW/VA Hospitals. • Position offers benefits such as paid planning time each week, yearly continuing education allowance, holiday pay (including time off 12/24-1/1 annually), paid time off, health and dental insurance, 403B, short term disability, AFLAC, flex account and direct deposit (pending successful completion of a probationary period). Find out more about us by visiting our website: www.vakidscenter.org or find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vakidscenter/ Position Requirements: • Bachelor's degree in EC, Family Studies, Child Development or the NAEYC equivalent. (We may consider someone with an Associate's EC degree with a Registry credential or at least a Registry Level 12.) • Registry certificate with a Level 13 or higher, • Current Pediatric First Aid and Infant/Child CPR w AED certificates and be certified to work with children under the age of 2. • Previous experience in a group center, especially NAEYC accredited a plus. Responsibilities: • All aspects of programming • Supervision/guidance of other room staff. Resumes will only be accepted by email. To submit your resume, click on the reply button. Qualified candidates will be contacted by email and will be asked to set up a morning interview between 8 - 11 am. Job Type: Full-time ...

Classroom Assistant/Teacher Assistant

Company: Reach Dane
Location: Madison locations
City: Madison
County: Dane
Salary: $11.35-$13.48
Date Posted: 3-12-2019
Closing Date: 05-15-19


Classroom Aide SUMMARY: The Classroom Aide is responsible for assisting and partnering with the Teacher (and Teacher Aide) in developing and implementing a program of activities that promotes the social, emotional, cognitive and physical development of each child enrolled in a group in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards, Wisconsin Child Care Licensing, City of Madison Accreditation and Wisconsin YoungStar standards. The duties and responsibilities will be carried out under the direction of the Classroom Teacher. QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS: Be at least 18 years of age Must have a high school diploma or GED Experience working with children ages 3-5 preferably in a licensed child care setting Must have a warm and friendly personality, be sensitive to the feelings and needs of others and be able to relate well to children, families, staff and community Demonstrate effective listening, oral and written communication skills Maintain confidentiality at all times Adult, Child and Infant CPR certification within 6 months of employment Knowledge of basic first aid Have a valid driver’s license (for Subs and Floats only) Must be willing to work flexible hours in order to meet the needs of the program. Preferred bilingual, particularly Hmong and / or Spanish Experience working with low-income, multicultural families preferred Other duties as assigned. Qualifications / Requirements for Classroom Aide l Documentation of completion of the Intro to Child Care Profession (or equivalent credit bearing course in Child Development/Early Childhood Education) that is required by Wisconsin Day Care License Requirement or must receive within 6 months of employment Qualifications / Requirements for Classroom Aide II Documentation of completion of the Intro to Child Care Profession (or equivalent credit bearing course in Child Development/Early Childhood Education) that is required by Wisconsin Day Care License Requirement Documentation of enrollment and completion of at minimum one course towards the Preschool Credential OR CDA (Child Development Associate). Please follow link to apply directly to Reach Dane Company Board: https://depinc.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/71294c00-5333-4e51-b6dc-baab2f4a389c/apply?source=949230-CS-31529 BENEFITS:   Reach Dane/Reach Green offers a generous benefit package to regular employees that work 20 hours or more per week. The benefit package includes the option to enroll in health insurance, dental insurance, and vision insurance. Reach Dane/Reach Green has a competitive 403B match after 2 years of employment and contributes 4% (employee must contribute at minimum 1% to receive match.) Other  ...

4K Teacher

Company: Reach Dane
Location: Madison locations
City: Madison
County: Dane
Salary: $19 or more based on position and qualifications
Date Posted: 3-12-2019
Closing Date: 05-15-19


4K DPI Teacher (Lead and Sub) SUMMARY:   The 4 Year Old Kindergarten (4K) Teacher provides a safe and nurturing environment for children that encourage their social, emotional, physical and cognitive development. The Teacher plans and implements a developmentally appropriate curriculum for enrolled children living in low-income, at-risk environments. They ensure the provision of quality, comprehensive child development services including education, health, nutrition, parent involvement, and necessary family support services and referrals. The 4K Teacher will follow Head Start performance standards, Reach Dane work plans, policies and procedures, city of Madison and NAEYC accreditation criteria (if applicable). They also maintain positive relationships with parents, children and coworkers and community partners as well as provide supervision and performance feedback for reporting staff. QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS Must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, or Elementary Education that includes 18 credits specifically related to ECE. At least 1 year experience in an early care education setting; experience teaching preschool children means completion of supervised student teaching or experience as a preschool teacher in a licensed program or employment as a public school preschool teacher DPI certification in ECE or related DPI cert. or the ability to become DPI certified is required Experience working with low-income families Must have a valid Wisconsin’s Driver’s License, motor vehicle and adequate liability insurance as required by agency policy and state liability regulations Must have a warm and friendly personality, be sensitive to the feelings and needs of others and be able to relate well to children, families, staff and community Demonstrate effective listening, oral and written communication skills Must be willing to fulfill their responsibilities in accordance with the agency’s mission Preferred bilingual, particularly Hmong and/or Spanish Must secure Registry certificate within 90 days of employment Please follow link to apply directly to Reach Dane Company Board: https://depinc.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/71294c00-5333-4e51-b6dc-baab2f4a389c/apply?source=949230-CS-31529 BENEFITS:   Reach Dane/Reach Green offers a generous benefit package to regular employees that work 20 hours or more per week. The benefit package includes the option to enroll in health insurance, dental insurance, and vision insurance. Reach Dane/Reach Green has a competitive 403B match after 2 years of employment and contributes 4% (employee must contribute at minimum 1% to receive match.) Other perks include: vacation and sick time accruals, worker’s compensation insurance, long term disability and life insurance at no charge. ...

Early Head Start Teacher

Company: Reach Dane
Location: Great Beginnings Arbor Hills, Great Beginnings Sun Prairie, East Madison
City: Madison
County: Dane
Salary: 14.50-16.00
Date Posted: 3-12-2019
Closing Date: 05-15-19


SUMMARY:  The Early Head Start Teacher will plan, design and implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum for enrolled children, serve as primary child care provider for children 0 to 3 years old enrolled in Reach Dane infant / toddler centers, and provide supervision, performance feedback and scheduling for reporting staff. The Early Head Start Teacher will comply with all licensing and Early Head Start Program Performance Standards, follow families’ cultural values and practices in caring for their children, exhibit respect for parents and reinforce their vital role as the primary educator of their children, and assure licensing requirements are met and that the environment is clean and safe. They will also act as a positive liaison between community agencies, providing services to children and guidance to families. QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS: Minimum educational requirement of an Infant Toddler Credential/CDA, Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education or a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or in a related field that includes 18 credits in Early Childhood Education / Development. Coursework specific to Infant and Toddler Development is required. Ability to apply Early Childhood Development theory in daily classroom activities, and adapt to the individuals needs of children Bilingual, particularly Spanish and / or Hmong is desirable Possess the ability to supervise young children ages 0 to 3 and assure their safety Excellent communication skills, especially good listening skills Experience working with low-income, multicultural environments is a plus Have a valid Wisconsin Driver's License, motor vehicle and adequate liability insurance as required by agency policy and state liability regulations Must have or able to obtain a Registry Certificate within 90 days of employment Other duties as assigned Please follow link to apply directly to Reach Dane Company Board: https://depinc.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/71294c00-5333-4e51-b6dc-baab2f4a389c/apply?source=949230-CS-31529 BENEFITS:   Reach Dane/Reach Green offers a generous benefit package to regular employees that work 20 hours or more per week. The benefit package includes the option to enroll in health insurance, dental insurance, and vision insurance. Reach Dane/Reach Green has a competitive 403B match after 2 years of employment and contributes 4% (employee must contribute at minimum 1% to receive match.) Other perks include: vacation and sick time accruals, worker’s compensation insurance, long term disability and life insurance at no charge. ...

Childcare Administrator

Company: Noah's Ark Preschool and Childcare
Location: 22274th Street Monroe, WI 53566
City: Monroe
County: Green
Salary: Competitive Wages and Benefits
Date Posted: 2-28-2019
Closing Date: 04-30-19


Noah's Ark is seeking to hire a full time Administrator. Applicants for this position will be responsible for general program management in a Christian-based daycare center and preschool. This position includes but is not limited to: staff recruiting and hiring, overseeing staff issues and concerns, direct supervision of the center Director and Administrative Assistant, maintaining and renewing all required Young Star facility ratings and state licensing and regulation requirements.  This position also requires heavy financial management skills including but not limited to: preparing the center’s annual budget, regular monthly financial duties and all accounts receivable and payable.  Suitable candidates must have QuickBooks software experience.  This position also maintains a cooperative and mutually beneficial relationship with our host church which includes attending necessary church committee meetings. Candidates must hold a minimum of a 2 years Associates Degree or equivalent as determined by the WI Department of Public Instruction AND at least two years’ experience as a child care teacher or Center Director in a licensed child care center or other approved setting.  To apply please email the following items to mynoahsarkpreschool@gmail.com. Letter of Interest Resume Three (3) current letters of reference–dated within the past 3 years Three (3) references with phone numbers ...