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23/24 CHILD DEVELOPMENT TEACHER 181 Days/7.5 hrs per day + Full Family Benefits $90 per month at Pajaro Valley Unified School District

Application Deadline

5/25/2023 12:00 AM Pacific

Date Posted
4/18/2023
Contact
Claudia Cordova
831-786-2145
Number of Openings
4
Add'l Salary Info
$24,616-$50,134 + 901.00 Masters if Applicable
Length of Work Year
2022/2023 School Year
Employment Type
Full Time
Location:
Child Development

Job Summary

Job Summary

Summary: Under the supervision and direction of the PVUSD Children’s Center Coordinator the children center teacher plans and provides environments and instruction for the child development programs that meet the guidelines of the California Child Development Division; teach school readiness preschool program, supports parent volunteers, provide parent education, and implement language development and literacy curriculum. Essential Functions: Plans and conducts individual and group activities to stimulate growth across the learning domains. Implements bilingual/bicultural curriculum and serves as model for language development. Plans, creates, maintains, and assesses the learning environment of the classroom. Works with students and staff in supporting standards for positive behavior and pro-social development. Uses a variety of activities, resources and strategies for instruction Assists children with self-care and daily living routines Documents and evaluates children’s progress: creates and carries out activity plans to meet group and individual needs Collaborates with program and classroom teams Communicates with parents through ongoing informal connections, parent education materials and conferences Supports school readiness a transition activities for children as they enter the K-12 classrooms. Assumes role of professional through ongoing teacher learning and goal setting. The children’s center teacher over sees the activities of teacher assistants and parent volunteers in the classroom Teachers will provide the preschool instructional and parent involvement program and will assist with curriculum and parent education

Job Description / Essential Elements:    Print   

Summary:
Under the supervision and direction of the PVUSD Children’s Center Coordinator the children center teacher plans and provides environments and instruction for the child development programs that meet the guidelines of the California Child Development Division; teach school readiness preschool program, supports parent volunteers, provide parent education, and implement language development and literacy curriculum.

Essential Functions:
Plans and conducts individual and group activities to stimulate growth across the learning domains
Implements bilingual/bicultural curriculum and serves as model for language development
Plans, creates, maintains, and assesses the learning environment of the classroom
Works with students and staff in supporting standards for positive behavior and pro-social development
Uses a variety of activities, resources and strategies for instruction
Assists children with self-care and daily living routines
Documents and evaluates children’s progress: creates and carries out activity plans to meet group and individual needs
Collaborates with program and classroom teams
Communicates with parents through ongoing informal connections, parent education materials and conferences
Supports school readiness a transition activities for children as they enter the K-12 classrooms
Assumes role of professional through ongoing teacher learning and goal setting
The children’s center teacher over sees the activities of teacher assistants and parent volunteers in the classroom
Teachers will provide the preschool instructional and parent involvement program and will assist with curriculum and parent education

Education and Experience:
Recommended education and certification could include: Valid California Credential or minimum of Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or have enough college education to qualify for the Child Development Permit.

Abilities:
Requires the ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintaining instructions, procedure manuals, write routine reports and correspondence, solve practical problems, deal with a variety of classroom and program variables.

Must be able to organize and prioritize work to meet deadlines.

Fringe benefit package is available (part time positions require employee contribution for full benefits).

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

VALID CALIFORNIA TEACHING CREDENTIAL OR VALID CHILD DEVELOPMENT PERMIT OR ENOUGH COURSEWORK TO QUALIFY FOR THE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PERMIT

COMPLETED EDJOIN APPLICATION RESUME COVER LETTER 3 LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION


      VALID CALIFORNIA TEACHING CREDENTIAL OR VALID CHILD DEVELOPMENT PERMIT OR ENOUGH COURSEWORK TO QUALIFY FOR THE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PERMIT

      COMPLETED EDJOIN APPLICATION RESUME COVER LETTER 3 LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION

          Comments and Other Information

          Employment with the Pajaro Valley Unified School District is not complete or official until applicants meet all pre-employment requirements, including Board of Trustee approval. As part of the selection process, all new employees are required to provide the following information: new employees must be fingerprinted (paid by the District); TB test (paid by the employee); social security card; picture identification; and authorization to work (I-9). Outstanding benefits for full-time Certificated staff: Employees Only: $0 Employee +1: $56 per month Employee + 2 or more: $90 per month Dental (Delta): $0 Vision (VSP): $0 Basic Life Insurance for employee $0 Insurance Plans: Kaiser, BlueShield PPO, BlueShield HMO, Anthem PPO, HSA (Health Savings Account) Quality Learning Environment: We deliver a dynamic educational program to over 20,000 students at our sixteen elementary schools, six middle schools, three high schools, five charter schools, seventeen children´s centers, a continuation high school, an Adult Education School, and two alternative schools.

          Comments and Other Information


          Employment with the Pajaro Valley Unified School District is not complete or official until applicants meet all pre-employment requirements, including Board of Trustee approval. As part of the selection process, all new employees are required to provide the following information: new employees must be fingerprinted (paid by the District); TB test (paid by the employee); social security card; picture identification; and authorization to work (I-9). Outstanding benefits for full-time Certificated staff: Employees Only: $0 Employee +1: $56 per month Employee + 2 or more: $90 per month Dental (Delta): $0 Vision (VSP): $0 Basic Life Insurance for employee $0 Insurance Plans: Kaiser, BlueShield PPO, BlueShield HMO, Anthem PPO, HSA (Health Savings Account) Quality Learning Environment: We deliver a dynamic educational program to over 20,000 students at our sixteen elementary schools, six middle schools, three high schools, five charter schools, seventeen children´s centers, a continuation high school, an Adult Education School, and two alternative schools.