Careers

  • Description / Responsibilities

    Join our Substitute Service! Teachers, assistants and floaters, work on an on-call basis in our child care programs. Join a collaborative team of programs who support quality childcare in the greater Nashville Area. Childcare services are currently needed in Davidson County. Our Sub Pool is ideal for your hours. You set your schedule availability through an online website. You choose the childcare centers in which you wish to work. The Director contacts you directly to make assignment arrangements. Pay is based on your education and experience. You will be paid directly by the preschool but will make the same amount at each location. Hours are flexible and will vary from week to week. No minimum hours are guaranteed.

    - High School Diploma or GED

    - Paid training required as available

    - Background check

    - Health exam


    If you are passionate about the field of early childhood education, interested in becoming part of a community of learners, are professional and reliable, and possess the skills to work as a member of a team, please submit your resume to https://cfmt.formstack.com/forms/childcare_substitute_application. Contact Gina Tek at gtek@cfmt.org, 615-321-4939 for additional information.

    The Sub Service offers its members opportunities for paid, ongoing professional development. Our program can lead to permanent positions or supplement your current work or school life.

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    Overview

    The Goddard School of Franklin/ Cool Springs is looking for a career minded teacher with a professional attitude to teach and care for our students. This position requires, experience with lesson planning, classroom management, parent communication and a LOVE for children.. This position requires previous experience in a classroom setting with a CDA, Associates or Bachelor’s degree in Education or related field. We have the most competitive compensation package, the best team, and a beautiful facility with all the best resources to make your teaching experience outstanding.

    Our teachers work in a co-teaching environment in our NAEYC accredited program. Our teaching positions are full time, year-round.

    Our Co-Teachers work together:

    To establish and maintain a safe, healthy, and nurturing learning environment

    To advance physical and intellectual competence

    To support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance

    To establish positive and productive relationships with families

    To ensure a well-run, purposeful program responsive to students’ needs, and

    Are encouraged to and have flexibility in writing their own lesson plans

    Co-Teacher Qualification Requirements:

    CDA, Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field
    Prior classroom experience (Early Childhood)
    Demonstrated knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices
    Strong written and verbal communication skills
    Flexible to work anytime during school hours (7:00 am - 6:00 pm)
    Our Benefits Package Includes:

    Competitive Salary ($13 - $14 per hour)
    19 Paid Days Off per year
    Paid Professional Development Days/ Trainings/Workshops
    Company Matched IRA Retirement Plan
    Medical/ Dental/ Vision Insurance
    Come and join a fabulous team! Click on the link provided to fill out an application on our Career Site, and complete the survey.

    https://sites.hireology.com/goddardfranklin/jobs.html

    Job Type: Full-time

    Salary: $13.00 /hour

    Required education:

    Associate
    Required experience:

    Early Childhood Education: 1 year

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    Hiring a Pre-K teacher
    Hours: Tues,Wed, and Thurs from 8:45am to 2:30pm. If metro schools are closed then we are closed making this a great part time job for some one with a school age child. Pay scale is based on education and work experience. Preschool/child care experience helpful but not necessary. Must be able to work and communicate with a co teacher to help the students prepare for kindergarten.

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    Long-established preschool and day care, Crievewood Child Care Center, has an immediate opening for an assistant teacher in our preschool program. Monday through Friday. Ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, a team player, and have experience working with pre-school age children. Pay dependent on experience and education. If interested, please submit resume to:
    director@crievewoodumc.org.

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    We are looking for a full time infant assisting teacher. You must have experience working with infants in a preschool setting for at least 1 year. In addition, you must have a high school diploma. We would love for you to have knowledge of the DHS rules and regulations but this is not a requirement. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn from the best infant team in Nashville.
    Please send a cover letter and resume if interested. This is for an immediate hire.

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    Are you looking for a job you love? We are seeking professionals who want to be a part of a team, committed to the positive development of young children.

    We are a child development center dedicated to providing a loving atmosphere with daily developmentally appropriate activities and interactions with young children. We are way above babysitting and child care.

    Our program serves children ages 6 weeks to 12 years in the Madison community. We are seeking energetic, committed, self-motivated individuals who are dependable with a positive attitude. Only dedicated and interested individuals need apply. Experience is helpful, but we are willing to training!

    Please call to schedule a time to get the application and fingerprint form.
    (615) 868-7878

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    WNCP has openings for classroom teachers and substitutes. Part time and full time positions are available. We have full time positions working with infants and toddlers, and a part time position in the 2 year old classroom, working with a skilled, hardworking teammate. We are currently growing an incredible team of caring individuals who have a heart for children and sharing the love of Christ with the families we serve. We are open 7:15-5:15, with the regular preschool day of 9:00-3:00. If you are interested in joining our team, please call (615-352-2801) or email Leah Mangrum, center director.

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    Looking for a teacher's aide or co-teacher for our extended afternoon program. The ideal hours are 1:30-5:30, but 3:00-5:30 would also work. Position is for Monday through Friday.

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    Pay based on Experience
    Must have reliable Transportation
    Contact Marty Berry 615-487-0410

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    We need workers for our After Care program that runs from 3-6 pm. With this position you will also have the opportunity to be a substitute during our regular day as well and get more hours. Could be full time depending how much time you substitute. 33 hours a week is considered full time in our center.

    The Substitute Teacher of Children First Preschool will implement curriculum that meets or exceeds requirements for childcare according to licensing requirements of the state of Tennessee, the Early Childhood Environmental Ratings Scale (ECERS), the Infant/Toddler Environment Rating Scale (ITERS) and the Tennessee Early Learning Developmental Standards (TN-ELDS)

    Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
    1. Assist in implementing lesson plans that correlate with the Creative Curriculum and Tennessee Early Learning Developmental Standards (TN-ELDS).
    2. Communicate appropriately with the children in the program to help develop language, communication, and problem solving skills.
    3. Communicate effectively with administrators and other workers within the program.
    4. Communicate and inform the parents on a regular basis about their child(ren) concerning current program activities and upcoming events.
    5. Provide a structured environment that will meet each child’s individual needs. Demonstrate effective classroom management skills.
    6. Observe children during work and play.
    7. Always be engaged with children during play to help teach them social skills.
    8. Follow all policies and procedures (Children First, DHS, ITERS, ECERS)
    General Duties & Responsibilities:
    1. Work to maintain a pleasant, effective working environment within the program and between Children First and HFUMC; encourage team spirit and positive attitudes.
    2. Maintain a safe and healthy environment for the children in the program.
    3. Complete continuing education seminars/workshops as required by DHS.
    4. Maintain confidentiality concerning the staff, children, and parents and church information.
    5. Treat all children, parents, and staff with respect at all times.

    Minimum Requirements:
    1. High School Diploma or GED.
    2. Experience working with preschool children.
    3. Stamina to safely supervise preschool children.
    4. Able to lift 40 pounds.
    5. Background Check Required

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    This position is M-F from either 7-4 in our Older 3's classroom.

    The Lead Teacher of Children First Preschool will plan and implement curriculum that meets or exceeds requirements for childcare according to licensing requirements of the state of Tennessee, the Early Childhood Environmental Ratings Scale (ECERS), and the Tennessee Early Learning Developmental Standards (TN-ELDS)

    Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
    1. Plan and implement lesson plans that correlate with the Creative Curriculum, Handwriting without Tears and Tennessee Early Learning Developmental Standards (TN-ELDS).
    2. Communicate appropriately with the children in the program to help develop language, communication, and problem solving skills.
    3. Communicate effectively with administrators and other workers within the program.
    4. Communicate and inform the parents on a regular basis about their child(ren) concerning current program activities and upcoming events.
    5. Provide a structured environment that will meet each child’s individual needs. Demonstrate effective classroom management skills.
    6. Evaluate each child’s current educational and developmental abilities, then plan and implement individual lessons that address any areas of concern.
    7. Observe children during work and play and record observations for continual evaluation purposes.
    8. Share information with the child’s parents concerning developmental progress. Hold Parent Teachers conferences.
    9. Always be engaged with children during play to help teach them social skills.
    10. Create a daily schedule to follow to ensure there is consistency. Daily schedule must meet the ECERS guidelines.
    11. Follow all policies and procedures (Children First, DHS, ITERS, ECERS)
    General Duties & Responsibilities:
    1. Work to maintain a pleasant, effective working environment within the program and between Children First and HFUMC; encourage team spirit and positive attitudes.
    2. Maintain a safe and healthy environment for the children in the program.
    3. Complete continuing education seminars/workshops as required by DHS.
    4. Maintain confidentiality concerning the staff, children, and parents and church information.
    5. Treat all children, parents, and staff with respect at all times.

    Minimum Requirements:
    1. Bachelor Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field
    2. Experience working with preschool children.
    3. Stamina to safely supervise preschool children.
    4. Able to lift 40 pounds.
    5. Background Check Required

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    We have several positions to fill immediately in the Infant / Toddler Department. Full time applicants must be available to work M thru F, 9AM to 6PM (with a one hour lunch break). Part time shifts available M-W-F OR T-TH both are 8AM to 6PM with a 30 minute lunch break and a part time afternoon shift 2PM to 6PM Monday thru Friday. Pay is based upon experience and education. Benefits for all employees include paid holidays, paid training, and bonuses. In addition, all qualifying full time employees will receive 1 week paid vacation and an insurance stipend. We are seeking candidates who are knowledgeable in 3-Star assessments, DHS rules and regulations, and have an understanding of developmentally appropriate practice. Applicant should be able to provide detailed lesson plans, be creative, energetic and hardworking; but, most importantly have a LOVE for children and a Passion for Early Childhood Education. If you think you fit this description, apply by sending your cover letter and resume to paulaw@crievewood.com. Be sure to mention the position you are applying for.

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    Now Hiring Infant/Toddler Teachers The Community Day School of Pleasant View has Infant/Toddler teaching positions for the right fit. Apply now and you will embark on a new journey in the highly-rewarding career of a professional early childhood teacher. Each day our teachers have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and families. At The Community Day School you will work in an environment that values your contributions and gives you the resources you need to apply high-quality, developmentally appropriate programs. Create joy in a child's life by teaching through play and hands-on activities while implementing Pre-School First Curriculum, which helps foster children's social, emotional, physical and cognitive development.
    JOB DESCRIPTION Teachers selected for a position will be responsible for caring, loving and guiding children.
    QUALIFICATIONS
    1. Applicants must hold a high school diploma or equivalency. Lead and Assistants Teachers must obtain the 30 hours TECTA orientation with 6 months of employment.
    2. Experience playing, teaching and assisting children in various situations, such as in an early child care setting, preschool, volunteering in private or public schools.
    3. Applicants must have skill, tact, and sound judgment in meeting with and interacting with staff and parents.
    4. Upbeat, outgoing person who loves children and has experience need only apply.
    5. Applicants must be available to work until 6 p.m.
    Job Type: Full-time
    Required education:
    High school or equivalent
    Required experience:
    Early Childhood: 1 year

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    Looking for someone that loves to teach young children about the world around them and have fun at the same time. Must have lots of energy and be able to get down on the floor and play and move around.

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    Fannie Battle Day Home for Children is Middle TN’s oldest nonprofit childcare center; 125 years later, we are still working to deliver upon the mission established by our founder, Miss Fannie Battle, to provide affordable, high-quality child care for at-risk children in a nurturing environment while empowering families to reach their potential.

    Position Title: Lead Teacher (Two Year Old)

    Reports To: Program Director

    Updated: June 2, 2015

    Position Description

    This is a non-exempt, full-time, salaried position. Periodic after-hours meetings, estimated at four to five hours monthly, are required.

    EDUCATIONAL, PROFESSIONAL & BACKGROUND REQUIREMENTS

    ECE A.S. degree required; ECE Bachelor’s Degree strongly preferred
    Minimum of 3 years related experience
    All candidates must pass a mandatory background check
    Interested in professional growth
    Possess the ability to promote the appropriate development skills in young children
    Good oral and written communication skills
    Ability to follow oral and written instructions
    Establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    Professionalism

    Maintain strict confidentiality and privacy in all matters regarding the Day Home, children, and families
    Establish and pursue professional goals annually
    Participate in continuing education opportunities to meet professional goals and the required hours of training for licensing and a three star rating on the Tennessee Star Quality Rating System (18 hours per year, minimum)
    Adhere to Fannie Battle’s policies and procedures, including the Employee Handbook

    Program

    Utilize assigned curriculum to develop curriculum objectives based on developmentally appropriate practice and Fannie Battle program philosophy
    Conduct on-going child assessment for the purpose of informing curriculum development and bi-annual reports of children’s developmental progress
    Maintain anecdotal records on individual children
    Meet the emotional, social, physical and cognitive needs of each child as outlined in the Tennessee Early Learning Developmental Standards (TNELDS)
    Report suspected developmental delays
    Determine curriculum objectives based on the developmental needs of the children
    Develop, submit, and post long range and weekly lesson plans in accordance with curriculum objectives
    Organize all materials and equipment needed to support and implement the curriculum plan

    Family Relations

    Maintain daily open communication with families
    Prepare family communications related to children’s progress and classroom experiences e.g. bi-annual reports and parent-teacher conferences
    Participate and assist as needed in Fannie Battle planned family events

    Licensing/Health/Safety

    Maintain a safe and healthy environment
    Ensure that ratios are met at all times
    Meet all applicable licensing regulations
    Inspect and replace damaged or lost materials
    Report suspected child abuse as specified in Tennessee licensure rules
    Abide by the Standards of Conduct which specifies limits of discipline action
    Prepare and submit appropriate records including accident reports and incident reports as required by the TN licensure rules. Incidents, accidents and injuries shall be reported to the parent and program director as soon as possible, but no later than the child’s release to the parent or authorized representative
    Routinely inspect all center facilities used by children for safety, health, and/or fire violations and report deficiencies to the Program Director. Perform corrective action when appropriate (remove unsafe toys, broken glass, and etc.)
    Maintain proper supervision of children at all times indoors and outdoors
    Insure daily implementation of the family style food service

    Supervision

    Provide leadership and supervision for other teachers assigned to your classroom including full-time and part-time staff
    Maintain effective working relationships with other staff
    Involve other teachers assigned to your class in child assessment and curriculum planning
    Provide staff with information/instruction related to planned activities and experiences to ensure a developmentally appropriate environment
    Coach staff in the use of appropriate positive guidance techniques
    Support and assist volunteers serving in the education program

    SCOPE OF AUTHORITY: Essential Functions of Job

    Physical requirements: Stands or is on feet for extended periods of time; Ability to lift 40 pounds.

    Ability to use the following equipment: Personal Computer; Printer; Copier, scanner, and fax; Laminator.

    JOB RELATIONSHIPS

    External: Cultivate a cooperative relationship with the Donor Community, Board of Directors, Volunteers, and Community Members.

    Internal: Cultivate a cooperative relationship with Administrative staff, Instructional staff, children and families.

    As with many jobs in childcare and public service, it is not possible to anticipate every job contingency. Should the need arise, every employee at Fannie Battle Day Home for Children will assist in any way necessary to assure an efficient and cooperative environment for the children, families, and employees. This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as agreed upon to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

    At Fannie Battle, our employees are our best resource. As a result, we aim to recruit and retain the best. We offer: competitive wages for qualified candidates; paid time off and other benefits for full-time staff, and the opportunity to climb the career ladder due to our continued growth.

    No phone calls please! To apply, submit a cover letter describing your interest in this opportunity and your resume to:
    Antoinett McCutchen, Program Director
    amccutchen@fanniebattle.org

     

     

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    Qualifications: Must have or be working on an associate’s or baccalaureate degree or equivalent in early childhood education, child development-family studies, early childhood special education or elementary education with a concentration in early childhood education or the equivalent, or have a minimum of a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential. Have a degree (associate’s or higher) outside of the early childhood field and three or more years of work experience in an NAEYC-accredited program, have a degree (associate’s or higher) outside of the early childhood field with three or more years of work experience in a non-accredited program and at least 30 contact hours of relevant training during that past three years. Have some musical talent and be able to lead music in the absence of the Lead Music Teacher.

    Responsible to lead music teacher and WSYC director

    Areas of responsibility and duties
    8:30am – 8:45am the music assistant will work in Child Care with staff children. This includes taking the staff children to their classrooms at 8:45 am and signing them in.

    Scheduled to assist with morning hook-up from 8:45-9:15 and dismissal on Mondays at 12 noon and Tuesday – Friday at 2 pm.

    On Monday afternoons, not including all-staff meetings or team meetings, the music assistant will work in Child Care from 12:00 - 2:30 pm.

    In addition to the responsibilities mentioned above, the assistant music teacher will spend her time teaching children ages 1 – 5 alongside the lead music teacher or working on lesson plans or planning one of the music performances that occur several times a year.

    Details of responsibilities in the music classroom
    The music assistant’s main job during music classroom hours 9:00-2:30 is to assist the music teacher in any and all ways including discipline, organization of the students and events, and the general process of daily classroom activities. As the music teacher teaches, the assistant is addressing any discipline issues and assisting with basic issues that could arise including bathroom breaks.

    The music assistant assists with passing out items that will be used during that class period and performs with the students, singing and dancing, acting as an example for the students. In the event that the music teacher is absent, the music assistant will perform as head music teacher and instruct the students. A substitute music assistant will be brought in to assist at that time.

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  • Description / Responsibilities

    Full or part time teacher needed for our Multi-Age classroom.

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