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Job Postings for Vermilion, Iroquois, and Ford Counties, IL

                                                        

     

    Program Aide - Family & Community Development Center

    Location:Family & Community Development Center              Apply For this Job      Aplicar en español

    Pay Period: Biweekly
    Salary Range: $ 11.00- $ 11.00
    Weeks per Year: 42
    Hours Per Week: 40

    GENERAL SUMMARY OF WHAT THE POSITION DOES This position works as a part of a team to assist in activities in the areas of the classroom, kitchen and/or to serve as a disabilities aide as needed. The position contains elements of job descriptions of positions with titles similar classroom aide, janitor and kitchen aide and as a disability's aide providing support for children with disabilities. Works with typically developing children and/or children with special needs/disabilities. The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations. This position may receive content area technical support and training from the staff person responsible for center supervision, teacher, staff person responsible for transportation, kitchen staff and/or program managers/specialist/coordinators.

    1) Assists classroom staff in all classroom activities, field trips and outdoor activities included in lesson plans.

    2) Dress in clothing which is appropriate for outdoor activity and all-weather conditions and be prepared to go outdoors daily.

    3) Assists in developing materials and providing activities related to the cultural background of the children and families served.

    4) Helps supervise at mealtime, eating with the children to encourage good nutrition and social skills.

    5) Helps keep the classroom and its contents clean and orderly.

    6) Empties trash or garbage containers if needed before the custodian or janitor services.

    7) Sanitizes surfaces, picks up and puts away materials in the classroom or kitchen in order to maintain a safe and organized environment.

    8) Serves as janitor in the absence of the regular custodian or janitor on a periodic basis.

    9) Does light yard work or snow removal.

    10) Completes routine kitchen/dining room/food chores as assigned (e.g., dishwashing, portioning foods, taking and logging temperature of foods received from vendors, etc.).

    12) Prepares necessary food and serving items for service prior to or after use. These duties may include the preparation of food to meet the needs of children with special needs or disabilities.

    13) Participates in food service clean up, inventory and other food service tasks as requested.

    14) Substitutes for regular Cook or Assistant Cook as needed.

    15) Assists with inventory maintenance of all necessary supplies, food and equipment used for food services operations

    CDI HS is an equal opportunity employer.

     

    Program Aide - On Call

    Location:Where Needed              Apply For this Job      Aplicar en español

    Pay Period: Biweekly
    Salary Range: $ 11.00- $
    Weeks per Year: As needed
    Hours Per Week: As Needed

    GENERAL SUMMARY OF WHAT THE POSITION DOES This position works as a part of a team to assist in activities in the areas of the classroom, kitchen and/or to serve as a disabilities aide as needed. The position contains elements of job descriptions of positions with titles similar classroom aide, janitor and kitchen aide and as a disability's aide providing support for children with disabilities. Works with typically developing children and/or children with special needs/disabilities. The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations. This position may receive content area technical support and training from the staff person responsible for center supervision, teacher, staff person responsible for transportation, kitchen staff and/or program managers/specialist/coordinators.

    1) Assists classroom staff in all classroom activities, field trips and outdoor activities included in lesson plans.

    2) Dress in clothing which is appropriate for outdoor activity and all-weather conditions and be prepared to go outdoors daily.

    3) Assists in developing materials and providing activities related to the cultural background of the children and families served.

    4) Helps supervise at mealtime, eating with the children to encourage good nutrition and social skills.

    5) Helps keep the classroom and its contents clean and orderly.

    6) Empties trash or garbage containers if needed before the custodian or janitor services.

    7) Sanitizes surfaces, picks up and puts away materials in the classroom or kitchen in order to maintain a safe and organized environment.

    8) Serves as janitor in the absence of the regular custodian or janitor on a periodic basis.

    9) Does light yard work or snow removal.

    10) Completes routine kitchen/dining room/food chores as assigned (e.g., dishwashing, portioning foods, taking and logging temperature of foods received from vendors, etc.).

    12) Prepares necessary food and serving items for service prior to or after use. These duties may include the preparation of food to meet the needs of children with special needs or disabilities.

    13) Participates in food service clean up, inventory and other food service tasks as requested.

    14) Substitutes for regular Cook or Assistant Cook as needed.

    15) Assists with inventory maintenance of all necessary supplies, food and equipment used for food services operations

    CDI HS is an equal opportunity employer.

     

    Custodian - Family & Community Development Center

    Location:Family & Community Development Center              Apply For this Job      Aplicar en español

    Pay Period: Biweekly
    Salary Range: $ 11.00- $
    Weeks per Year: 46
    Hours Per Week: 40

    GENERAL SUMMARY OF WHAT THE POSITION DOES This position is responsible for ensuring clean, safe, functional facilities by performing cleaning and maintenance activities as well as some repair activities including plumbing, electrical, carpentry and painting when professional licensure is not required.

    EXAMPLES OF SPECIFIC JOB DUTIES--ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

    1) Cleans facilities on a daily basis and ensures that assigned facilities are clean and free of hazards. Cleans classrooms, hallways, floors, bathrooms, offices, entrances, etc.

    2) Performs routine preventative maintenance such as replacing filters on cooling equipment.

    3) Performs routine maintenance of buildings and grounds during program breaks and more often, as needed.

    4) Performs outdoor tasks such as snow removal, sweeping steps, porches and drives, maintaining parking lot, mowing lawns, trimming shrubs and trees, raking gravel or leaves, clearing parking areas, etc.

    5) Performs minor plumbing, painting, carpentry and some electrical repairs or repair work in assigned facilities, where a professional license is not required.

    6) Keeps and updates documentation such as Safety Data Sheets, repairs plans and procurement information.

    7) Accurately procures the supplies, equipment and work that is required to maintain the facility.

    8) Acquires knowledge of federal, state and local safety requirements and building code requirements related to Head Start/Early Head Start facilities.

    9) Participates in job related meetings when requested.

    10) Regular and predictable attendance is a requirement of the job.

    CDI HS is an equal opportunity employer.

     

    Assistant Teacher - Family and Community Development Center

    Location: Family and Community Development Center              Apply For this Job      Aplicar en español

    Pay Period: Biweekly
    Salary Range: $ 11.00- $ 12.00
    Weeks per Year: 42
    Hours Per Week: 40

    GENERAL SUMMARY OF WHAT THE POSITION DOES This position works as a part of a teaching team to work as a partner with the teacher/lead teacher in developing activities for preschool (Head Start) children to provide them with varied experiences and an appropriate learning environment. Works with typically developing children and children with disabilities. Assistance is given to the teacher in carrying out the goals, policies, and activities designed to implement educational objectives and performance standards. This position works with families to promote parent involvement in the program. In addition, this position might also serve as a Bus Monitor as part of the transportation services provided by the program. This position may be assigned additional duties based upon program need and areas of developing expertise. This position works along with the teacher/lead teacher to attain the goals of the program. The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

    EXAMPLES OF SPECIFIC JOB DUTIES--ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

    a. Preschool Classroom Activities

    1) Assists the teacher in all classroom activities, field trips and outdoor activities including lesson plans.

    2) Provide sufficient and appropriate outdoor time daily for children (see Operations Manual for specifics). Dress in clothing which is appropriate for outdoor activity and all-weather conditions.

    3) Assists in developing materials and providing activities related to the cultural background of the children and families served.

    4) Participates in the screening, observation and documentation of children.

    5) Helps supervise at mealtime, eating with the children to encourage good nutrition and proper social skills.

    6) Helps keep the classroom and its contents clean and orderly.

    7) Is familiar with each child and parent.

    8) Uses initiative and imagination to assist the child and be perceptive and knowledgeable about the needs of each child.

    9) Assists the teacher in any aspect of the program as the need arises.

    10) Takes charge of the class in the teacher's absence.

    11) Makes home visits with the teacher as required or requested and documents them as requested.

    12) Regular and predicable attendance is a requirement of the job

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

     Minimum requirement is one of the following:

    1. A current Child Development Associate (CDA) credential;

    2. Be enrolled in a CDA credential program to be completed within two years of being hired into the position;

    3. An associate or baccalaureate degree (in any area); or

    4. Be enrolled in a program leading to an associate or baccalaureate degree

     

    CDI HS is an equal opportunity employer.

     

    Assistant Teacher -Roselawn Head Start

    Location: Rsoelawn Head Start              Apply For this Job      Aplicar en español

    Pay Period: Biweekly
    Salary Range: $ 11.00- $ 12.00
    Weeks per Year: 42
    Hours Per Week: 40

    GENERAL SUMMARY OF WHAT THE POSITION DOES This position works as a part of a teaching team to work as a partner with the teacher/lead teacher in developing activities for preschool (Head Start) children to provide them with varied experiences and an appropriate learning environment. Works with typically developing children and children with disabilities. Assistance is given to the teacher in carrying out the goals, policies, and activities designed to implement educational objectives and performance standards. This position works with families to promote parent involvement in the program. In addition, this position might also serve as a Bus Monitor as part of the transportation services provided by the program. This position may be assigned additional duties based upon program need and areas of developing expertise. This position works along with the teacher/lead teacher to attain the goals of the program. The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations.

    EXAMPLES OF SPECIFIC JOB DUTIES--ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

    a. Preschool Classroom Activities

    1) Assists the teacher in all classroom activities, field trips and outdoor activities including lesson plans.

    2) Provide sufficient and appropriate outdoor time daily for children (see Operations Manual for specifics). Dress in clothing which is appropriate for outdoor activity and all-weather conditions.

    3) Assists in developing materials and providing activities related to the cultural background of the children and families served.

    4) Participates in the screening, observation and documentation of children.

    5) Helps supervise at mealtime, eating with the children to encourage good nutrition and proper social skills.

    6) Helps keep the classroom and its contents clean and orderly.

    7) Is familiar with each child and parent.

    8) Uses initiative and imagination to assist the child and be perceptive and knowledgeable about the needs of each child.

    9) Assists the teacher in any aspect of the program as the need arises.

    10) Takes charge of the class in the teacher's absence.

    11) Makes home visits with the teacher as required or requested and documents them as requested.

    12) Regular and predicable attendance is a requirement of the job

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    Minimum requirement is one of the following:

    1. A current Child Development Associate (CDA) credential;

    2. Be enrolled in a CDA credential program to be completed within two years of being hired into the position;

    3. An associate or baccalaureate degree (in any area); or

    4. Be enrolled in a program leading to an associate or baccalaureate degree

     

    CDI HS is an equal opportunity employer.

     

    Infant Toddler Teacher - Roselawn

    Location:Roselawn EHS              Apply For this Job      Aplicar en español

    Pay Period: Biweekly
    Salary Range: $ 960.00- $ 1135.00
    Weeks per Year: 48
    Hours Per Week: 40

    GENERAL SUMMARY OF WHAT THE POSITION DOES This position serves as a teacher (aka caregiver) in a classroom of Early Head Start infants and toddlers by planning, implementing, and supervising all center-based activities. This position may work with infants and toddlers with developmental delays. Because this position is one part of a large system of services provided to infants/toddlers and families, this position also serves as a social service referral person and shares responsibility for parent involvement in the program. The position of Teacher works in tandem with the rest of the parts of the system as an integrated team to support the goals of the program. The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations. The position may serve as “site director” for child care licensing purposes.

    EXAMPLES OF SPECIFIC JOB DUTIES--ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

     1) Attends and participates in all required meetings, activities, pre-service and inservice training that includes but is not limited to 15 hours of classroom focused professional development and methods that comply with applicable State and local laws for identifying and reporting child abuse and neglect.

    2) Remains up to date on information that pertains to the needs of the children in the program including Head Start Performance Standards, childcare licensing regulations and other applicable regulations and practices.

    3) Works as a team member with the other education staff, parents and Parent Committee members to develop curriculum that is meaningful and meets the individual and program needs.

    4) Responsible for the weekly preparation of daily lesson plans, which includes objectives to be posted for parents, volunteers and visitors in the classroom.

    5) Develops an individual plan for each child to include goal setting based on identified needs and prescriptions for objectives and activities to meet established goals (outcomes).

    6) Schedules home visits and parent-teacher conferences with families as required and on an as-needed basis and documents these events.

    7) Maintains strict confidentiality with respect to Early Head Start children, families and staff in accordance with established policies and procedures.

    8) Prepares and maintains a safe, healthy learning environment for children that is positive, developmentally appropriate and experientially based.

    9) Provides sufficient and appropriate outdoor time daily for children (see Operations Manual for specifics). Dresses in clothing which is appropriate for outdoor activity and all-weather conditions.

    10) Works closely with transitional programs, as appropriate, for shared activities, registration, and smooth transition.

    11) Regular and predictable attendance is a requirement of the job.

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENT The minimum educational requirement is:

    (1) A current Child Development Associate (CDA) credential or comparable credential*;

    and

    (2) Have been trained or have equivalent coursework in early childhood development with a focus on infant and toddler development.

    *Comparable Credential: Alternative credential programs are available for infant and toddler teachers. State agencies as well as accredited colleges and universities have developed infant-toddler certificate and degree programs that meet or exceed the requirements for a CDA. Those programs that exceed the requirements for a CDA may award college credit that accrues toward a two-year degree. Teachers who successfully complete such certificate programs that meet or exceed the 120 clock hours (120 hours) and professional experience requirements of at least 480 hours of experience working in a group setting with infants and toddlers as required for the CDA are considered by the Office of Head Start (OHS) to meet the EHS credential requirement. **AA/BA Coursework: No less than 15 semester credits for the associate degree or 30 semester credits for the bachelor's degree in courses that focus specifically on child development, early childhood education, psychology, family development, health and physical development. Such courses may have been taken in various departments, such as Education, Home Economics, Music, Art, Library Sciences, Physical Education and Recreation, Psychology, Family Studies, and others and must specifically address infants and toddlers. Requirements for employment with CDI Head Start may be different than those required by the former grantee or a replacement grantee. If applicable federal, state or local Head Start or child care regulations, now or as amended in the future, contain additional requirements or qualifications for this position which are not specifically stated in this Job Description, the requirements and qualifications will apply, even if not specifically set forth in this Job Description.

    CDI HS is an equal opportunity employer.

     

    Teacher Preschool - Family & Community Development Center

    Location: Family & Community Development Center              Apply For this Job      Aplicar en español

    Pay Period: Biweekly
    Salary Range: $ 1080- $ 1160
    Weeks per Year: 42
    Hours Per Week: 40

    This position serves as the lead worker in a classroom of Head Start children by planning, implementing, and supervising all classroom activities. This position works with typically developing children and children with disabilities. Because this position is one part of a large system of services provided to children and families, this position also serves as a social service referral person and shares responsibility for parent involvement in the program. The position of Teacher works in tandem with the rest of the parts of the system as an integrated team to support the goals of the program. The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations. The position may serve as “site director” for child care licensing purposes.

    1. EXAMPLES OF SPECIFIC JOB DUTIES--ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

    1) Attends all required training and workshops to include but not limited to 15 hours of classroom focused professional development and methods that comply with applicable State and local laws for identifying and reporting child abuse and neglect.

    2) Remains up to date on information that pertains to the needs of the children in the program including Head Start Performance Standards, childcare licensing regulations and other applicable regulations and practices.

    3) Works as a team member with the other education staff, parents and Parent Committee members to develop a curriculum that is meaningful and meets the individual and program needs.

    4) Responsible for the weekly preparation of daily lesson plans, which includes objectives to be posted for parents, volunteers and visitors in the classroom.

    5) Develops an individual plan for each child to include goal setting based on identified needs and prescriptions for objectives and activities to meet established goals (outcomes).

    6) Schedules home visits and parent-teacher conferences with families as required and on an as-needed basis and documents these events.

    7) Maintains strict confidentiality with respect to Head Start children, families and staff in accordance with established policies and procedures.

    8) Prepares and maintains a safe, healthy learning environment for children that is positive, developmentally appropriate and experientially based.

    9) Provide sufficient and appropriate outdoor time daily for children (see Operations Manual for specifics). Dress in clothing which is appropriate for outdoor activity and all-weather conditions.

    10) Develops individual training plans for all staff supervised making it clear what is expected and what the timeframe is for completion of short and long-term goals.

    11) Participates in Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings.

    12) Regular and Predictable attendance is a requirement of the job.

    CDI HS is an equal opportunity employer.

     

    Lead Teacher

    Location: Laura Lee - Danville              Apply For this Job      Aplicar en español

    Pay Period: Biweekly
    Salary Based on Qualification: $ 1,320.00 bi-weekly AA $ 1,400.00 bi-weekly BA or higher
    Weeks per Year: 42
    Hours Per Week: 40

    About Us:

    In operating more than 220 OHS Interim Managed programs across the country, CDI Head Start has supported the education and development of thousands of young children and their families.  We have also worked with vendors and contractors successfully cultivating community partnerships and vendor relationships. Continuity of services and partnerships are our priority.

    The Benefits:

    • ?Paid Time Off and Sick Leave
    • ?Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance
    • ?Paid Holidays
    • ?Paid Spring Break and Winter Break*

    Why Should You Apply?

    • ?Teamwork environment
    • ?Career Development Opportunities
    • ?Supportive Leadership
    • ?Giving back to the community
    • ?Helping at-risk children and families

    Lead Teacher

    Our Head Start is looking for an experienced, passionate educator to fill the role of Lead Teacher. You will be collaborating with a team of teachers, administrators, and parents to ensure that our students receive the best education we can provide.  To be successful as a Lead Teacher, you should be someone with a deep understanding of what it takes to teach young children effectively. As a minimum requirement, you must successfully meet the educational requirements of either an Infant/Toddler or Preschool Teacher (depending on classroom setting) and meet the state requirement(s) for “site director”. Additionally, this position requires at least two years’ experience teaching as an Infant/Toddler or Preschool Teacher. Previous management and supervision experience is preferred.

     

    Program Aide

    Location: Paxton              Apply For this Job      Aplicar en español

    Pay Period: Biweekly
    Salary Range: $ 11.00- $
    Weeks per Year: 46
    Hours Per Week: 40

    About Us:

    In operating more than 220 OHS Interim Managed programs across the country, CDI Head Start has supported the education and development of thousands of young children and their families.  We have also worked with vendors and contractors successfully cultivating community partnerships and vendor relationships. Continuity of services and partnerships are our priority.

     

    Program Aide

    Join the teaching team in facilitating many classroom activities such as field trips, lesson planning, and classroom maintenance. This is a great opportunity to learn the basics of the classroom and start your career track to becoming a Head Start Teacher.  This position may also assist in the kitchen, bus, or other areas of operation. As a minimum requirement, you must be 18 years of age. This is an entry-level position requiring no previous education or experience unless there is a local or state regulation that requires a high school diploma or G.E.D. A high school diploma or G.E.D. is preferred. Some states may require additional requirements for kitchen aide duties (i.e., Safe Serve).

     

    Cook

    Location:Family and Community Development Center               Apply For this Job      Aplicar en español

    Pay Period: Hourly
    Salary Range: $ 11.00- $
    Weeks per Year: 42
    Hours Per Week: 40

    About Us:

    In operating more than 220 OHS Interim Managed programs across the country, CDI Head Start has supported the education and development of thousands of young children and their families.  We have also worked with vendors and contractors successfully cultivating community partnerships and vendor relationships. Continuity of services and partnerships are our priority.

    Cook

    We are looking to hire a friendly Cook to prepare meals and to serve our children. You will prepare hot items for breakfast and lunch. Other food preparation duties include preparing fruit and vegetables and serving children swiftly and efficiently. The position may prepare foods for infants and toddlers and/or preschool children following the USDA/CACFP standards. As a minimum requirement, you must be 18 years of age and have food preparation experience and be able to comply with any state food permit/health requirements. Experience in quantity food preparation and inventory control is preferred. Previous Head Start/Early Head Start experience preferred.  This is an entry-level position requiring no education qualifications unless there is a local or state regulation that requires a high school diploma or G.E.D. A high school diploma or G.E.D. is preferred.

     

     

    Program Aide

    Location:Gilman              Apply For this Job      Aplicar en español

    Pay Period: Biweekly
    Fixed Salary: $ 11.00/Hr
    Weeks per Year: 42
    Hours Per Week: 40

    About Us:

    In operating more than 220 OHS Interim Managed programs across the country, CDI Head Start has supported the education and development of thousands of young children and their families.  We have also worked with vendors and contractors successfully cultivating community partnerships and vendor relationships. Continuity of services and partnerships are our priority.

    The Benefits:

    • Paid Time Off and Sick Leave
    • Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance
    • Paid Holidays
    • Paid Spring Break and Winter Break*

    Why Should You Apply?

    • Teamwork environment
    • Career Development Opportunities
    • Supportive Leadership
    • Giving back to the community
    • Helping at-risk children and families

    Program Aide

    Join the teaching team in facilitating many classroom activities such as field trips, lesson planning, and classroom maintenance. This is a great opportunity to learn the basics of the classroom and start your career track to becoming a Head Start Teacher.  This position may also assist in the kitchen, bus, or other areas of operation. As a minimum requirement, you must be 18 years of age. This is an entry-level position requiring no previous education or experience unless there is a local or state regulation that requires a high school diploma or G.E.D. A high school diploma or G.E.D. is preferred. Some states may require additional requirements for kitchen aide duties (i.e., Safe Serve).

     

     

    Facilities Coordinator

    Location: Admin-Tilton              Apply For this Job      Aplicar en español

    Pay Period: Biweekly
    Salary Range: $ 17.00- $ 18.00
    Weeks per Year: 52
    Hours Per Week: 40

    A. GENERAL SUMMARY OF WHAT THE POSITION DOES:
    Providing safe, healthy facilities that meets all local, state and federal regulations is crucial to the operation of a Head Start/Early Head Start program. This position is responsible for overall management of the Head Start/Early Head Start facilities by ensuring that all buildings meet federal, state and local licensing requirements pertinent to type of use and that all required licenses are up to date. In addition this position ensures that leases, contracts or agreements for all sites are current with appropriate signatures, oversees the maintenance and cleaning of buildings to ensure that they are clean, safe and in useable condition and works with outside contractors and service oriented businesses, as necessary.

    1. EXAMPLES OF SPECIFIC DUTIES--ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
    a. Program Development and Implementation
    1) Oversees the Head Start/Early Head Start facilities and assures they meet all federal, state and local requirements, including David Bacon, Procurement, OSHA and HPPS.
    2) Develops and implements a centralized purchasing system in compliance with procurement requirements, to support facilities with such items as equipment, supplies, repairs and maintenance.
    3) Develops and implements systems for building security and maintenance.
    4) Serves as the liaison between Head Start/Early Head Start and the building maintenance contractor(s); ensures that maintenance and repairs are done in compliance with applicable regulations and according to specifications of building owners; maintains appropriate maintenance records.
    5) Coordinates moving of supplies as necessary.
    6) Ensures landscape needs such as mowing lawns, trimming shrubs, sweeping porches, steps and parking lots, etc. are taken care of.
    7) Additional duties as assigned by supervisor.
    8) Ensures documentation required for facilities is maintained and regularly updated.
    9) Regular and predictable attendance is a requirement of the job.

    B. Recordkeeping:
    1) Provides input into the hiring and training of custodial, janitorial and maintenance staff or contractors as needed.
    2) Maintains an accurate inventory of all program supplies and equipment in centers, offices and warehouses.
    3) Ensures that all inspections, licenses and contracts are current and on file.
    4) Requisitions tools, equipment and supplies as needed insuring budgetary control.
    5) Establishes a system to make regular health and safety inspections of all sites and to quickly resolve identified site issues, including the safety of playgrounds, parking lots and other areas used by Head Start/Early Head Start staff, children, parents,
    contractors and community volunteers. 

    C. Supervision and Training:
    1) Assists the staff person in charge at each center to plan and direct the work of
    custodians/janitors.
    2) Identifies and trains staff on the job standards and goals, monitors ongoing
    performance, provides feedback, and submits performance appraisals in a timely
    manner for all staff.
    3) Provides input to adjust work procedures to meet maintenance production
    schedules.
    4) Assists in preparation of schedules and estimates work hour requirement for
    completion of jobs.
    5) Determines appropriate training needs to meet the program goals and objectives
    and makes the necessary recommendations.
    6) Attends all required staff and parent meetings and activities.
    7) Provides or arranges for training on “Right to Know” and MSDS and ensures that all
    sites are in compliance.

    D. Active Supervision Duties:
    Applies anytime you are working with children:
    1) Understands and implements all required policies and procedures related to the
    active supervision of children at all times, including:
    a. Observation of the environment evaluating that children have a place to play and
    they can be observed and listened at all times.
    b. Continuously scan & count for children under care and reports accurate number
    when asked.
    c. Listen to children at all times to identify potential danger, like specific sounds or
    the lack of any sound that may trigger an action.
    d. Develops knowledge to the children under care to anticipate their behavior,
    performing wellness check and being proactive and avoiding putting children in
    danger.
    2) Collaborates with the Bus Driver in teaching children the correct safety procedures
    for boarding and exiting a bus as well as the danger zones around the vehicle.
    3) Checks independently from the bus driver that the bus is empty at the end of each
    run and that all children are accounted for.
    4) Interacts with children throughout their time on the bus to extend and reinforce
    classroom learning.
    5) Ensuring that indoor and outdoor equipment and facilities are clean and do not
    present any hazard.
    6) Ensure that classrooms and centers are equipped with safety supplies that are
    readily accessible to staff.

     

                                                        

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