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Posted: Wednesday, August 6, 2014 8:15 AM

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The JCC in Manhattan is seeking part-time co-head teachers in our 2s Together pre-nursery class for the 2014-2015 school year!

2s Together is designed to be young children's first experiences in school. It is our goal to create a warm and inclusive environment where children and families feel welcome.

Job requirements:

Master's Degree (completed or near completion) in Early Childhood Education, General Education, Special Education, Arts Education, Social Work or another related field
Experience with children under 3 in a classroom setting
Knowledge of developmentally appropriate curriculum and learning for children under 3
Ability to work collaboratively on a teaching team to execute successful classroom curriculum
A kind, warm, welcoming and reflective demeanor
Excellent ability to interact, communicate, and build relationships with parents and caregivers
Ability to think creatively and plan innovative curriculum
Familiarity with Reggio Emilia and child-directed learning a plus
Basic knowledge of Jewish holidays and values a plus
Essential Responsibilities:

Commit to roughly Monday/Wednesday 8:30-11:30am and Tues/Thursday 10:00am-1:00pm
Dedicate additional time to prepping, planning, set-up and clean up as needed
Attend all professional development and team supervisory meetings
Communicate with families weekly in the form of classroom reflections and check-ins
Organize and maintain a classroom
Maintain the safety, happiness, and growth of children in classes
Collaborate on a team and with administration to plan innovative, open-ended, developmentally appropriate, child-centered curriculum
Please submit a resume and cover letter to mleviton@jccmanhattan.org

How to apply
Please send cover letter and resume to mleviton@jccmanhattan.org

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• Post ID: 51166030 newyork
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