Teacher Assistant (Head Start)

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POST DATE 9/7/2016
END DATE 11/24/2016

ACCESS FAMILY SERVICES INC Goldsboro, NC

Company
ACCESS FAMILY SERVICES INC
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
733adaad402286a404b5e6f9c1869afe
AJE Ref #
576109459
Location
Goldsboro, NC
Experience
Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Job Type
Regular
Education
Bachelors Degree

JOB DESCRIPTION

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Job Title: Teacher Assistant (Head Start)

Department: Division of Children and Families

Supervisor: Center Supervisor

Classification: Non-exempt

Function: To assist in planning and implementing teacher activities and total program for a class of children; to work collaboratively with teaching team; to assist in working with parents and the community.

Minimum Qualifications:

* Education/Formal Training: Preferably an AA or BS degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development. Minimum requirement is a Preschool Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential and North Carolina Child Care Credential I and II and First Aid/CPR Certification.

* Work Experience: Preferably a Head Start parent or a child care provider who is familiar with the Head Start program and/or from within the target area.

* Requirements/Aptitudes: Ability to work with children and the economically disadvantaged; ability to assist in record keeping duties; ability to work toward obtaining CDA; ability to provide exceptional customer service; must maintain confidentiality; must have current annual physical including Tuberculin test or chest x-ray and current criminal background qualifying letter.

Essential Responsibilities:

* Participate in orientation, pre-service and in-service training and all staff functions.

* Assist in planning and implementing daily activities and programs for children in a classroom setting.

* Help each child develop a positive self-image and relationship of trust.

* Participate in on-going observations of children for planning activities to suit individual needs.

* Make home visits and conduct parent conferences at least two times per year and assist family with referrals and resources.

* Assist in working with agency staff, parents, volunteers and community to foster coordinated and integrated program operations.

* Maintain appropriate records and reports including attendance reports.

* Participate in monthly Parent Committee Meetings.

* Follow routine schedule of housekeeping duties in classroom and center.

* Become the acting Teacher in the absence of the Teacher.

* Complete a professional development plan and maintain and update all certifications, credentials and other training as required.

* Learn and adhere to Head Start Performance Standards, North Carolina licensing requirements and the guidelines of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).

* Learn and adhere to State and Federal observation instruments (ECERS and CLASS).

* In addition to pre-service training, complete annually 25 clock hours of training related to the field of Early Childhood Education.

* Participate in training and other activities relevant to the job.

* Support and interpret Head Start objectives, goals, concepts, and WAGES mission and program