Little Sprouts, Inc. Preschool & Pre-K Teachers in Natick, Massachusetts
Join Little Sprouts Early Education and Child Care as an Infant, Toddler, Preschool or Pre-K Teacher Today! Are you ready to make a difference in the lives of children and join an amazing team? We have multiple positions available at several of our Little Sprouts schools. Apply via Indeed and one of our experienced recruiters will help you find the school that is the best fit for you. Core Teaching Responsibilities There are a number of open positions at our schools, including certified and assistant teaching jobs, in infant, toddler, preschool and pre-K classrooms. Provide high quality emotional and physical care to children to support their development of social-emotional and motor skills. Plan developmentally-appropriate daily lessons, consistent with our curriculum, to support cognitive and language development using singing, sign language, and sensory activities. Administer assessments and share feedback with parents. Develop detailed daily reports on each child (i.e., for infants and toddlers). Maintain Department of Early Education & Care (EEC) regulations at all times to ensure quality and compliance in a licensed child care facility. Uphold the vision, professionalism and philosophies of Little Sprouts Early Education & Child Care. Requirements For certified (i.e. non-assistant) teaching positions: you must be teacher certified by the State Department of Early Education and Care. (College degree preferred but not required.) For all teaching positions (certified and assistant): you must be able to stand on your feet for up to 90% of the day, lift up to 30 pounds, sit on the floor, crouch down, and perform all activities with the children including running, jumping, etc. You must also have reliable transportation to and from work. For all teaching positions (certified and assistant, unless otherwise stated): you must be able to work a full-time schedule all year, plus paid overtime when required. This position is eligible for On the Job Training thru the employer. No certification is required at time of application, but will be supported during your first year of employment.