Top Pennsylvania Private School Jobs

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Top Private School Jobs (2018-19)

Teacher
The Cuddle Zone Learning Center - Allentown - PA
Posted on Tue., July 16, 2019
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: 25,0000
Education requirements: ECE credits or degree
Starting date: Thu., August 01, 2019
Expiration date: Thu., October 31, 2019
Contact: Michele McEllroy; (610)434-2644; cuddlezone@ptd.net

Full time teacher. Provide care and education for young children. Ability to communicate well with families. experience a plus. Will train the right person.

Preschool Teacher
Chinatown Learning Center - Philadelphia - PA
Posted on Fri., May 17, 2019
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: Depends on experience and education
Education requirements: Associates or Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education
Starting date: Sun., September 01, 2019
Expiration date: Sun., May 17, 2020
Contact: (215)922-4227; clc1034@gmail.com

The Lead Teacher works with the director to assist in developing, promoting and supporting a comprehensive, state-of-the-art curriculum, which reflects best practices (i.e. developmentally appropriate practices, Department of Human Services guidelines, Head Start Performance Standards, and Environmental Rating Scales). The position includes monitoring and supervising the Assistant Teacher, planning and teaching the curriculum, and ensuring the implementation of best practices. This includes written assessments of classrooms and direct modeling for teachers. The Lead Teacher will assist the Director in assessing children in mental health, social, emotional, cognitive and physical developmental areas. Qualification: BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university in ECE, child development, special education, elementary education or the human services field. The Assistant Teacher works with the Lead Teacher to assist in developing, promoting and supporting a comprehensive, state-of-the-art curriculum, which reflects best practices (i.e. developmentally appropriate practices, Department of Human Services guidelines, Head Start Performance Standards, and Environmental Rating Scales). The position includes planning and teaching the curriculum, and ensuring the implementation of best practices. This includes written assessments of classrooms and direct modeling for teachers. The Assistant Teacher will assist the Lead Teacher in assessing children in mental health, social, emotional, cognitive and physical developmental areas. Qualification: An AA/AS degree from an accredited college or university in ECE, child development, special education, elementary education or the human services field. The School Age Teacher Assistant is the main source of support for the school age program supervisor. The teacher assistant helps the supervisor in ways necessary to help the program run smoothly and to help students grow and develop the study and leadership skills that will help them succeed when they leave the program. Qualification: A candidate has to be 18 years old and obtained high school diploma. Chinese language skills are preferred but not required. Indicate which position you are applying for and your salary range. Please DO NOT apply unless you have a degree in education. Chinatown Learning Center (CLC) is a Keystone STAR 4 (out of 4 possible stars) bilingual preschool and after school program in the heart of Philadelphia''s Chinatown community. CLC''s program focuses on teaching children of immigrant families in the Asian-American community where English is a Second Language. CLC offers benefits. Please email your resume to clc1034@gmail.com

Substitute Teacher
Landenberg Christian Academy - Landenberg - PA
Posted on Tue., February 19, 2019
Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: $80.00 / day
Education requirements: High School Graduation, College Graduates Preferred
Expiration date: Mon., June 15, 2020
Contact: Julie Malone; (610)255-5805; Julie.Malone@lca-pa.com

Please complete the following application (Removedwww.lca-pa.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/LCA-New-Substitute-Teacher-Application.pdf). Applicants should also download and complete these instructions for LCA PDE Background Checks (Removedwww.lca-pa.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/LCA-PDE-Background-Check-Required-Forms-Directions.pdf)

Lead Toddler Teacher
The Goddard School - Collegeville - PA
Posted on Mon., September 24, 2018
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: 27000-29000
Education requirements: Associates
Expiration date: Fri., October 11, 2019
Contact: Adrienne Clark; (610)232-7939; collegeville2pa@goddardschools.com

?? Are you searching for a place where you can launch your career in Early Childhood Education? ?? Or are you a seasoned teacher who is looking for a school that values your contributions, offers flexibility, and rewards excellent work? ?? Do you love working with children and want an environment that is clean, spacious and provides access to state of the art equipment? Whatever your situation, our Goddard School may be a great place for you to find fulfilling work in a fun and positive environment! The Goddard School of Collegeville, the newest early childhood education center in Collegeville, is currently seeking a qualified Lead Toddler Teacher The Goddard School is a renowned program with a Piaget (Learning through Play) based foundation, and leader in the franchised preschool industry, which continues to grow and set the standard for excellence. The focus of the program is to provide a life-long love of learning. Our staff is comprised of loving and dedicated teachers who understand each child`s need. They are highly qualified childhood educators who are able to use their creativity and the Goddard Developmental Guidelines as the basis for unique lesson plans that are brought to life in a fun and imaginative way. *Benefits Offered: We strive to create a positive work environment where teachers are rewarded and acknowledged for their hard work and contributions. We work hard, but we have a lot of fun! We also value your development and will invest time and resources into helping you become a better teacher! Some of what we offer our teachers includes: ?? An owner-operated model where each teacher is valued and important! ?? Highly Competitive Pay ?? 50% paid health insurance ?? Dental insurance ?? Simple IRA plan with employer matching ?? Uniform Stipend ?? Continuing Education Reimbursement ?? 15 paid holidays ?? 8 days of PTO ?? Childcare Discounts *Responsibilities: We are looking for fun and energetic Lead Toddler Teacher whose daily responsibilities include, but are not limited to: ?? Ensuring compliance with Goddard`s industry-leading Quality Assurance standards ?? Writing and implementing their own lesson plans based on State & Goddard Developmental Guidelines ?? Creating a positive learning environment in their classroom where children develop a lifelong love of learning! ?? Establishing and maintaining a safe, healthy and nurturing learning environment ?? Advancing children`s physical and intellectual competence, and adapting programs to meet the individual needs of each child ?? Creating a multi-cultural learning environment ?? Supporting each child`s social and emotional development through positive reinforcement ?? Establishing positive and effective family relations ?? Working together with an Assistant or a Co-Teacher and in conjunction with the entire faculty to implement lessons in the classroom ?? Maintaining a professional commitment by pursuing professional development/continuing education and participating in in-service days & school events *Education Requirements ?? Bachelor`s Degree in Early Childhood Education or Education ?? Bachelor`s Degree in Related Field with a minimum of 18 hrs in Education ?? CDA Credential ?? Associate`s Degree in Early Childhood Education

Coordinator of Enrichment and Summer Programs
Hope Partnership For Education - Philadelphia - PA
Posted on Thu., June 28, 2018
Job type: Full Time
Estimated salary: Commensurate with experience
Education requirements: Bachelor's degree; coursework in education or child development a plus
Starting date: Mon., August 06, 2018
Expiration date: Fri., July 19, 2019
Contact: Dr. Sharon DuPree, Head of School; (215)232-5410; sdupree@hope-partnership.org

Hope Partnership for Education (HPE) offers an on-site after school program as part of its extended day model. Community-based and/or on-site enrichment opportunities are also offered in the summer to prevent learning loss. The Coordinator of Enrichment and Summer Programs is responsible for organizing and implementing programs; recruiting after school program instructors and developing a schedule of classes for students; overseeing daily program operations including assigning students to classes, ordering and distributing snacks, communicating with instructors, and managing administrative tasks associated with the programs. The Coordinator also acts as liaison between HPE and community partners to research and support student participation in summer school/camp options. The successful candidate must be a self-starter and creative thinker with strong organizational skills and the ability to supervise a small staff. At least one year of experience in an after school program or other programs that serve youth is required. Please forward a letter of interest and resume to Dr. Sharon DuPree, Head of School. No phone calls, please.

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