Part-Time Infant Teacher's Aide Mornings or Afternoons
June 9, 2018
The Center for Young Children is seeking part-time Teacher’s Aide staff for mornings or afternoons. Morning time slots are 7am-1pm and afternoon time slots are 12pm-6pm.
The desired applicants will have the ability to relate well to infants, demonstrate evidence of sufficient emotional and social maturity and stability to function responsibly in a crisis or stress situation, and show sensitivity to children’s individual needs.
Duties include but may not be limited to: visually observe and supervise children’s activities, repeatedly lift children and equipment throughout the day, communicate openly and positively with parents and staff, ensure general safety and well being of assigned children.
REQUIRED: High School Diploma or GED, plus must have 6 completed credit hours in either early childhood, elementary education or related field. Must be at least 21 years of age.
Previous experience working with children is required and infants is a plus. Please describe that experience in your cover letter or resume. Must be able to meet the physical demands of children and be able to have completed CPR and basic first aid training, demonstrate knowledge of universal precautions.
CDA Credential (Child Development Associate), Childhood or Elementary Education degree preferred.
Working Conditions/Physical Demands:
Physically able to move 40 lbs
Salary Plan: HP
Salary Grade: HP
Campus: IUPUI - Indianapolis
Department: CHILD CARE CENTER (IN-CHCR-IUINA)
Internal Number: 32498
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