Early Childhood Aide

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Upbring School of Arts and Sciences Published: June 13, 2018
Job Type
Category
Academic Program
Child Care and Development
Required Education or Certification
High School Diploma or GED
Salary or Pay Rate
Start of $10 per hour
Interested applicants should
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Resume Format
Combination
Job Post URL
https://careers-upbring.icims.com/jobs/2930/early-childhood-aide/job
Resume Email
audrey.walker@upbring.org
Benefits
Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, 401K, Vacation Time
Other Benefits
Professional Development and room for growth
Name of individual creating job posting
Audrey Walker
Address
3407 Red River
State
Texas
Closing Date for Applications mm/dd/yyyy
08/20/2018
Non-Discrimination Agreement
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Description

The Early Childhood Aide is responsible for assisting the classroom teacher in managing the classroom in a manner that creates a stimulating and nurturing environment for the growth, well-being, and development of the children. The Early Childhood Aide will help ensure developmentally-appropriate achievement for all children within a safe, joyful, and nurturing learning environment with emphasis on loving words and loving actions.

Required Experience

Demonstrated ability to manage the classroom and work well under pressure
Strong interpersonal skills; ability to build a positive rapport with children, parents/guardians, and team members
-Strong computer skills; high proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook)
-Demonstrated ability to communicate professionally, interact with all levels of management in a clear and concise manner
-Strong time management and organizational skills with the ability to prioritize competing tasks, requests, and projects and meet deadlines
-Strong written and verbal communication; able to produce quality well-written documents, reports, and correspondence
-Ability to work independently and within a team with limited supervision; ability to take initiative

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