The University Child Development Center at the University of Pittsburgh is seeking a qualified Associate Teacher.
The Associate Teacher supports the Head Teacher in the planning and the implementation of a child development program for a group of children between the ages of 6 weeks and 18 months. Associate Teachers are responsible for supporting the Head Teacher in maintaining the classroom, helps to assess children and maintain care, programming and safety for all children. Associate Teachers act as the Head Teacher in that teachers absence, supervises support staff and University students and is responsive to parent inquiries and needs. Associate Teachers are required to maintain 24 hours of Professional Development annually and maintain all DPW regulations, NAEYC standards and Keystone Stars requirements. Associate Teachers contribute professionally to the program by attending professional development events, sitting on committees and contributing to the Center newsletter and other center based activities as they evolve. Applicants for this position must have experience with children between the ages of 6 weeks and 2 years.
Hiring Range: TBD based on qualifications
Education Required: Associate
Overall Related Experience Level Required: 2-3 years experience
Additional Education And/or Experience Essential To the Position: This position requires a minimum of an Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development and two years of experience working with infant children.
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