Infant Head Teacher - Manhasset - $1,000 Bonus

Manhasset, NY, United States

Infant Head Teacher - Manhasset - $1,000 Bonus Job Details Level Undisclosed Job Location Manhasset Location - Manhasset, NY Remote Type N/A Position Type Full Time Education Level Undisclosed Salary Range $17.00 - $19.00 Hourly Travel Percentage Undisclosed Job Shift Day Job Category Undisclosed Description Join Harbor in making a difference in the lives of children. $1000 Sign-On Bonus $500 after 3 months and $500 after 6 months $17-$19 per hour We are proud to offer the following benefits: Health Benefits Medical Dental Vision Accident Life Employee Assistance Program (EAP) IDShield & LegalShield Pet wellness program and Pet Insurance Child Care discount off of current tuition 7 Paid Holidays 12 Paid Sick/Time Off Days No Evenings or Weekends! Under the supervision of the Assistant Dir./Center Dir. or their designee, the Head Teacher shall be responsible for working within the framework of Harbor Child Care and carrying out its functions, educational philosophy, policies and procedures as follows but not limited to: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : The Head Teacher is responsible for the planning and execution of a program that takes into account the educational, social development and health needs of the group as well as the individual child. The Head Teacher is responsible for active supervision of the Associate Teacher, Assistant Teacher, Aides and Substitute Teacher in all classroom activities, on and off school grounds. The Head Teacher is required to lift and carry children as well as physically actively participate in age appropriate activities for the class. Develops a program of developmentally appropriate practices. Upholds Harbors philosophy and policies, i.e. health & safety, nutrition and regulations as stated in the Parent Policy, New Employee Welcome Manual and Employee Handbook. Actively implements age appropriate The Creative Curriculum. Respects the confidential nature of all information about parents, children and staff. Supports and participates in an active outdoor time. Plans with all classroom staff and keeps them informed regarding meetings, events and training. Brings to the attention of the Assistant Director/Director any difficulties concerning the supervision of classroom staff. Responsible for supervision of the children or for designating appropriately qualified personnel in your absence as well as inform Assistant Teacher/Director. Supports and actively participates in an active work time. Works with Assistant Director/Director concerning children with special needs. Record keeping Parent Relations Fosters positive parent relationships through respecting the confidential nature of all information about parents and children. Provides a forum for ongoing communication daily notes, phone calls, etc. Uses Contact Notes for staff and parent concerns. Attends and participates in parent/teacher meetings. Self-Evaluation Assumes responsibility for discussing his/her professional performance objectively at regularly scheduled supervisor conferences with the Education Coordinator or Program Director using these conferences as a source of information and professional guidance. Trainings/Meetings Attends required staff meetings, trainings and workshops Attends weekly planning meetings with the Education Director or Program Director. Qualifications H.S. Diploma or GED with CDA or AA/BA/MA in Early Childhood Education.