Washington Private School Jobs

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Kindergarten Assistant
Hope Lutheran School - Seattle - WA
Posted on Mon., May 15, 2017
Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: DOE
Education requirements: Education Experience desired but not required.
Starting date: Wed., August 23, 2017
Expiration date: Thu., May 31, 2018
Contact: Kristen Okabayashi; 206-935-8500; kokabayashi@hopeseattle.org

Submit Application to Principal by May 31, 2017. Visit: www.HopeSeattle.org under the ''About'' section for Job Opportunities page for application and more information: Qualifications: 1) Preferred candidates have educational background or experience 2) Be able to relate well to young children and adults 3) Able and willing to work cooperatively with kindergarten teacher 4) Christian by faith and example Job Responsibilities: 1) Assist kindergarten teacher in teaching curriculum, including individualized or small group instruction 2) Assist in establishing and maintaining standards of student behavior 3) Help plan daily and long term lessons and activities 4) Help maintain order in the classroom; monitor students to keep them on task 5) Escort and assist students as necessary 6) Cover recess and lunch duties as assigned 7) Perform related work as required Communication: 1) Communicate clearly with parents about activities and events of the day. 2) Assist in public relations events sponsored by the school. Health and Safety: 1) Conduct disaster and fire drills with the school. 2) Be responsible for the order and cleanliness of the classroom. 3) Provide care and protection for the children. 4) Make daily observations of the health of the children, reporting conditions which require attention. Personnel: 1) Be aware of and comply with all personnel policies. 2) Treat each person with dignity and respect. 3) Attend conferences, workshops and other professional growth experiences as requested.

Preschool Extended Care Teacher
Hope Lutheran School - Seattle - WA
Posted on Mon., May 15, 2017
Job type: Contract
Estimated salary: DOE
Education requirements: Daycare/childcare experience is preferred, along iwth preferred early childhood education or training
Expiration date: Tue., May 15, 2018
Contact: Kristen Okabayashi; 206-935-8500; kokabayashi@HopeSeattle.org

Applications due by May 31, 2017 to Principal, Kristen Okabayashi via email at kokabayashi@HopeSeattle.org. Visit www.hls.HopeSeattle.org under the about section for application and job Description. Qualifications: 1) Prefer at least 1 year of experience in childcare or daycare; prefer educational background 2) Be able to relate well to young children and adults 3) Plan, supervise, and implement the program in accordance with preschool and school policies 4) Able and willing to work cooperatively with other teachers and assistants 5) Christian by faith and example 6) Willing to complete 30 hours of basic STARS training within 6 months of hire, and 10 hours of Continuing Ed each year Job Responsibilities: 1) Care for and play with children in Extended Care using fun, engaging, interactive games, toys and activities. 2) Work with Extended Care Director on scheduling and availability. 3) Plan, schedule and implement the daily program of appropriate developmental experiences. 4) Consider and provide for the needs of the individual child in relationship to cultural and socio-economic background, emotional and physical handicaps, and individual style and pace of learning. Communication: 1) Communicate clearly and often with parents about activities and events of the day. 2) Assist in public relations events and special school events such as open houses. Health and Safety: 1) Conduct disaster and fire drills with the school. 2) Be responsible for the order and cleanliness of the classroom. 3) Provide care and protection for the children. 4) Make daily observations of the health of the children, reporting conditions which require attention. 5) Be familiar with and maintain State rules and regulations in the Extended Care room. Personnel: 1) Be aware of and comply with all personnel policies. 2) Treat each person with dignity and respect. 3) Attend scheduled staff meetings; attend conferences and in-service training as requested.

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