Goddard School Lead Teacher-Toddler in Mooresville, North Carolina
Are you passionate about positively impacting children's lives and making a difference in the world of early childhood education? Are you an energetic, nurturing person looking for a workplace that's supportive and fun? If so, then The Goddard School is the place for you! Our early childhood educators are responsible for coordinating the daily operations of assigned classrooms. We have state-of-the-art curriculum resources and classroom technology. We implement Teaching Strategies Gold (TSG) as our lesson format and individualized developmental guide for each child. Our faculty is provided opportunities for professional development and personal growth via Goddard University state-approved training, both in person and virtually, We are a 5 Star rated facility and adhere to the requirements to maintain that rating every day. Overview * Enhanced Teacher to children ratios followed * Full support from our directors and resources to be successful in the classroom * Paid holidays (7 per year) * Winter Holiday – Week of Christmas Day through January 1 Paid Holiday * Your health and safety are our priorities! We have COVID protocols and health and safety practices more stringent than state requirements to ensure the safety of all our faculty and students * Company paid dental, accidental disability, and vision insurance * 401(k) plus employer matching * Discounted Employee childcare Tuition * Continued focus on your professional development – our Goddard Systems University is accredited by IACET to provide Continuing Education Units (CEUs) * Plus, we’ll pay for your required professional development training! Educational Qualifications All candidates, who wish to be considered for the position of Lead or Assistant Teacher must meet one or more of the following criteria, in addition to any/all requirements that may be mandated by their state and/or local licensing authorities: * A Bachelor’s or Associate's degree or higher in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Child Development. * A Bachelor’s or Associate's degree or higher in a related field, including 18 semester hours of completed coursework related to young children birth to age 8. * A current CDA or Early Childhood Teaching Credential. * Proof of current and active enrollment in a CDA Credentialing Program. * Proof of current and active enrollment in an accredited Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree program in Early Childhood Education or a related field.