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EEC Certified Teacher – Multiple Openings! – Campus Child Care, Inc.

Position Description:
Campus Child Care, Inc. (CCC) is an independent, non-profit corporation serving Harvard University and the surrounding communities. Our mission is to provide the very best quality care and education for young children and their families. Providing care in spaces built for children, our exceptional staff are supported through all stages of their professional development.

We seek infant, toddler and preschool teachers who have experience planning emergent, open-ended curriculum, documenting children’s growth, performing children’s assessments, and have experience working as part of a collaborative team. Qualified candidates will be warm, flexible and committed to the field of early childhood education.

Teachers at CCC plan curriculum based on observations of the children, set a daily rhythm of the day that works for the group in their care and work in an environment that views them as professionals.

CCC offers excellent benefits including:
$1,000 SIGNING BONUS
Employer-sponsored health insurance through Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. CCC covers 100% of the medical premiums for employees.
100% Employer-sponsored dental insurance through Blue Cross Blue Shield
100% employer-paid short- and long-term disability.
Free life insurance coverage equal to the lower of one time your salary or $50,000
Access to reasonably priced voluntary vision plan, supplemental life insurance, disability insurance, cancer and accident coverage
Free retirement planning support with SFP Wealth
Free employee assistance program through KGA, a provider with extensive local connections
Commuter benefit
Tuition assistance

Learn more: campuschildcareinc.org

For immediate consideration, contact Kristin Pineo @ hr@campus-cc.org

Compensation Commensurate with experience, education, and training
Basic Requirements:
Minimum of two years of experience in a lead teaching role
Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field
Early Education & Care (EEC) certification
Experience with documentation, parent communication, and emergent curriculum
Ability to bend, stretch, keep up with active children, and lift up to 25lbs

Additionally, qualified candidates will have:
A deep understanding of child development
Ability to establish trusting relationships with the children in their care,
Collaborative and team-oriented mindset
Strong communication skills

PLEASE NOTE: Proof of Covid vaccine, including booster, is required for this position.

Apply Here:https://www.click2apply.net/KMpbLesQeQMyumpYsLNnp

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[Full-Time (Hourly)] Hourly Rate: 19-22

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