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Preschool Teacher at our Downtown Campus

Responsible To: Director, Principal and School Administration

Qualifications:

  1. High School Diploma or equivalent.
  2. Prefer to have one of the following (but not required): Child Development Associate (CDA) credential, Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC), Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC), or Florida Child Care Staff Credential Verification.
  3. Evidence of knowledge of preschool curriculum and the ability to implement it.
  4. Evidence of ability to interact collaboratively with students, parents, and Administration.
  5. Evidence of excellent oral and written skills.
  6. Must pass a drug test, fingerprints, and local background check.

Skills:

  1. Decision making
  2. Commitment to school’s vision and mission
  3. Classroom leadership
  4. Organized
  5. Critical thinking skills
  6. Flexible
  7. Teamwork
  8. Able to get up and down from the floor or small chairs multiple times a day
  9. Able to lift 25-50 pounds multiple times a day
  10. Able to handle moderate to high-stress levels
  11. Have excellent integrity and demonstrate a strong Christian character

Responsibilities:

  1. Write lesson plans and newsletters that meet the goals as set forth by the Principal in pacing guides.
  2. Develop and maintain a safe, stimulating learning environment.
  3. Provide support and assistance to students throughout the school day.
  4. Select appropriate toys, books, and materials for classroom/age group.
  5. Execute lesson plans in a way that instruction can be accomplished within the allotted time.
  6. Provide individual and small group instruction to meet the needs of each student.
  7. Evaluate each student; communicate with parents and Administration on individual student’s progress.
  8. Take part in Team PLC’s, be an active participant in all meetings.
  9. Follow Policies and Procedures as set forth by Administration.
  10. Provide a clean, safe, and nurturing classroom environment.
  11. Participate in all school meetings, training, and orientations.
  12. Complete all in-service hours on time.
  13. Turn in all required paperwork on time.
  14. Maintain parent board and bulletin board.
  15. Change diapers or assist children in the bathroom as needed.
  16. Maintain appropriate records for students.
  17. Establish and maintain standards for acceptable student behavior using appropriate techniques.
  18. Strive to continuously build knowledge and skills; share expertise with others.
  19. Follow directions of Team Leader.
  20. All other duties as assigned.

For more information contact Sandra Boyd at foblq@copuevfgvnanpnqrzl.bet

Preschool Teacher at our Jupiter Campus

Responsible To: Director, Principal and School Administration

Qualifications:

  1. High School Diploma or equivalent.
  2. Prefer to have one of the following (but not required): Child Development Associate (CDA) credential, Early Childhood Professional Certificate (ECPC), Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC), or Florida Child Care Staff Credential Verification.
  3. Evidence of knowledge of preschool curriculum and the ability to implement it.
  4. Evidence of ability to interact collaboratively with students, parents, and Administration.
  5. Evidence of excellent oral and written skills.
  6. Must pass a drug test, fingerprints, and local background check.

Skills:

  1. Decision making
  2. Commitment to school’s vision and mission
  3. Classroom leadership
  4. Organized
  5. Critical thinking skills
  6. Flexible
  7. Teamwork
  8. Able to get up and down from the floor or small chairs multiple times a day
  9. Able to lift 25-50 pounds multiple times a day
  10. Able to handle moderate to high-stress levels
  11. Have excellent integrity and demonstrate a strong Christian character

Responsibilities:

  1. Write lesson plans and newsletters that meet the goals as set forth by the Principal in pacing guides.
  2. Develop and maintain a safe, stimulating learning environment.
  3. Provide support and assistance to students throughout the school day.
  4. Select appropriate toys, books, and materials for classroom/age group.
  5. Execute lesson plans in a way that instruction can be accomplished within the allotted time.
  6. Provide individual and small group instruction to meet the needs of each student.
  7. Evaluate each student; communicate with parents and Administration on individual student’s progress.
  8. Take part in Team PLC’s, be an active participant in all meetings.
  9. Follow Policies and Procedures as set forth by Administration.
  10. Provide a clean, safe, and nurturing classroom environment.
  11. Participate in all school meetings, training, and orientations.
  12. Complete all in-service hours on time.
  13. Turn in all required paperwork on time.
  14. Maintain parent board and bulletin board.
  15. Change diapers or assist children in the bathroom as needed.
  16. Maintain appropriate records for students.
  17. Establish and maintain standards for acceptable student behavior using appropriate techniques.
  18. Strive to continuously build knowledge and skills; share expertise with others.
  19. Follow directions of Team Leader.
  20. All other duties as assigned.

For more information contact Sandra Boyd at foblq@copuevfgvnanpnqrzl.bet

Substitute Teacher

Responsible To: Principal and School Administration

Qualifications:

  1. Evidence of ability to interact collaboratively with students, parents, and Administration.
  2. Evidence of excellent oral and written skills.
  3. Must pass drug test, finger prints, and local background check.

Skills:

  1. Communication both written and oral
  2. Decision making
  3. Commitment to school’s vision and mission
  4. Classroom leadership
  5. Critical thinking skills
  6. Flexible
  7. Team work
  8. Able to get up and down from the floor or small chairs multiple times a day
  9. Able to lift 25-50 pounds multiple times a day
  10. Able to handle moderate to high stress levels
  11. Have excellent integrity and demonstrate a strong Christian character

Responsibilities:

  1. Ability to implement lesson plans as set forth by the classroom teacher.
  2. Follow Policies and Procedures as set forth by Administration.
  3. Provide a clean, safe, and nurturing classroom environment.
  4. Establishes and maintains standards for acceptable student behavior using appropriate techniques and school-wide behavior plan.
  5. All other duties as assigned.

Download Job Description

For more information contact Sandra Boyd at foblq@copuevfgvnanpnqrzl.bet

Elementary Teacher for August 2020/2021 School Year

Title: Elementary Teacher

Responsible To: Principal and School Administration

Qualifications:

  1. Evidence of strong Christian faith and values.
  2. Bachelor’s Degree in Education or Bachelor’s Degree with Teaching Certificate.
  3. Evidence of knowledge of elementary curriculum and the ability to implement it.
  4. Evidence of ability to interact collaboratively with students, parents, and Administration.
  5. Evidence of excellent oral and written skills.
  6. Must pass drug test, finger prints, and local background check.

Skills:

  1. Communication both written and oral
  2. Decision making
  3. Commitment to school’s vision and mission
  4. Classroom leadership
  5. Organization
  6. Critical thinking skills
  7. Flexible
  8. Team work
  9. Able to get up and down from the floor or small chairs multiple times a day
  10. Able to lift 25-50 pounds multiple times a day
  11. Able to handle moderate to high stress levels
  12. Excellent integrity and demonstrates a strong Christian character

Responsibilities:

  1. Writes lesson plans and newsletters that meet the goals as set forth by the Principal and pacing guides in curriculum.
  2. Teaches knowledge and skills to students utilizing the course of study prescribed by the approved curriculum.
  3. Adapts curriculum to the needs of the students with varying intellectual abilities, and to accommodate variety of instructional needs.
  4. Evaluates each student; communicate with parents and Administration on individual student’s progress.
  5. Evaluates each student’s progress to the level being taught and prepares report cards.
  6. Follows Policies and Procedures as set forth by Administration.
  7. Provides a clean, safe, and nurturing classroom environment.
  8. Participates in all school meetings, trainings, and orientations.
  9. Completes all in-service hours on time.
  10. Turns in all required paperwork on time.
  11. Maintains parent board and bulletin board.
  12. Cooperates in school-wide supervision of students during out-of-school activities.
  13. Maintains appropriate records for students.
  14. Establishes and maintains standards for acceptable student behavior using appropriate techniques.
  15. Strives to continuously build knowledge and skills; shares expertise with others.
  16. Follows direction of Team Leader.
  17. All other duties as assigned.

Download Job Description

For more information contact Sandra Boyd at foblq@copuevfgvnanpnqrzl.bet

For more information contact Sandra Boyd at foblq@copuevfgvnanpnqrzl.bet

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