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Program Cooridnator

Position Summary

The Program Coordinator will be responsible for providing administrative assistance with the development and implementation of an Afterschool and Preschool program,

Position reports directly to Executive Director

Primary responsibilities:

  • Assist in the development of short and long term plans for programs, monitor progress, assure adherence and evaluate performance

  • Assist in design of performance objectives and implement and monitor programming to meet desired outcomes

  • Assist with the development of monthly outreach plan according to program needs and capacity

  • Ensure database(s) maintenance which include(s) participant and prospect information and mailing list

  • Organize and establish meetings on regular basis with designated individuals to foster positive relationships

  • Assist with Supervision of staff by articulating expectations, displaying model behavior, maintaining open lines of communication and being clear about roles and relationships

  • Identify open positions and follow hiring and training procedures in a timely manner

  • Organize training seminars to address staff needs and identify relevant external training opportunities

  • Assist in the management of fiscal operations including budget development, modifications. Track expenditures. Continually monitor the program’s financial health and make recommendations to the ED.

  • Assist with the development of public relations and communications strategies to support program goals and increase community awareness

Preschool Teacher

Primary responsibilities:

  • A Lead Teacher’s responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Develop and implement lesson plans
  • Proficiency with classroom technology (e.g., interactive white board, computers, etc.).
  • Meet the individual needs of each child
  • Communicate appropriately and professionally with parents and fellow teachers
  • Participate in teacher training and meetings
  • Interact with children to support play, exploration, and learning
  • Present expectations that are age and developmentally appropriate
  • Work as a member of a team
  • Use assessment tools
  • Commit to continuing education
  • Nurturing Teaching Style
  • Team Player
  • Commitment to Professional Development

Additional requirements include:

  • A Bachelor’s degree or higher in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Child Development:
  • A Bachelor’s degree or higher in a related field, including 90 hours preschool certification
  • Previous large center experience with the ability to write your own lesson plans
  • Basic Health & Safety, COVID 19, ADA, Medication Administration
  • Minimum 1-year work experience with preschoolers in an approved setting, one year of Early Childhood Education college coursework or a combination thereof required; additional preschooler experience preferred
  • Comprehensive working knowledge of child behavioral and developmental stages as well as MSDE-OCC licensing requirements
  • Excellent work attendance
  • Valid CPR and First Aid certifications
  • Basic computer literacy

Lead Infant/Toddler Teacher

Primary responsibilities:

A Lead Infant/Toddler Teacher's responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Working with infants and toddlers on facial and name recognition, motor skills, sign language, sensory experiences and tactile activities • Maintaining the appearance, cleanliness and safety of your classroom
  • Communicating effectively with parents through greeting them by name, addressing concerns in a timely manner, giving positive feedback and providing regular updates on their children’s development and classroom activities
  • Identifying opportunities and issues in the classroom and working with the Assistant Teacher to resolve them
  • Maintaining the appropriate CEU level each year
  • Attending all team meetings, trainings and events as requested
  • Presenting a positive and professional image at all times by adhering to our uniform requirements
  • Maintaining confidentiality regarding families.

Additional requirements include:

  • A Bachelor’s degree or higher in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Child Development:
  • A Bachelor’s degree or higher in a related field, including 90 hours preschool certification
  • Previous large center experience with the ability to write your own lesson plans
  • Basic Health & Safety, COVID 19, ADA, Medication Administration
  • Minimum 1-year work experience with preschoolers in an approved setting, one year of Early Childhood Education college coursework or a combination thereof required; additional preschooler experience preferred
  • Comprehensive working knowledge of child behavioral and developmental stages as well as MSDE-OCC licensing requirements
  • Excellent work attendance
  • Valid CPR and First Aid certifications
  • Basic computer literacy
  • Ability to work on the floor with students and lift up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to pass a background check and drug screen
  • Experience implementing and working with Creative Curriculum a plus

Lead 2 Years Teacher

Primary responsibilities:

Responsibilities of the Infant and Toddler Teacher include:

  • Working with infants and toddlers on facial and name recognition, motor skills, sign language, sensory experiences and tactile activities
  • Maintaining the appearance, cleanliness and safety of your classroom
  • Communicating effectively with parents through greeting them by name, addressing concerns in a timely manner, giving positive feedback and providing regular updates on their children’s development and classroom activities
  • Identifying opportunities and issues in the classroom and working with the Assistant Teacher to resolve them
  • Maintaining the appropriate CEU level each year
  • Attending all team meetings, trainings and events as requested
  • Presenting a positive and professional image at all times by adhering to our uniform requirements
  • Maintaining confidentiality regarding families.

Additional requirements include:

  • High school diploma required; Associate’s degree or higher in Early Childhood Education strongly preferred
  • 19 years of age or older
  • 90 hours in Child Development and Curriculum Planning and 45 hours of Toddler.PreschoolerTraining
  • 9 hours of additional training on communications with staff, parents and the public if you have not completed college coursework, Basic Health & Safety, COVID 19, ADA, Medication Administration
  • Minimum 1-year work experience with 2 years old in an approved setting, one year of Early Childhood Education college coursework or a combination thereof required; additional infant and toddler experience preferred
  • Comprehensive working knowledge of child behavioral and developmental stages as well as MSDE-OCC licensing requirements
  • Excellent work attendance
  • Valid CPR and First Aid certifications
  • Basic computer literacy
  • Ability to work on the floor with students and lift up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to pass a background check and drug screen
  • Experience implementing and working with Creative Curriculum a plus

Volunteer & Internship Opportunities

Volunteer Position (2 Positions): After School Tutor/Mentor

Position Summary: Provide general support for After School Programs and community school initiatives throughout Baltimore and Prince George County. Assist elementary and/or high school students with homework and other academic needs; Assist with or lead enrichment activities; serve as an adult role-model for students in an ongoing one-on-one capacity. This position is expected to support the creation of “community” through development of positive, cooperative relationships with students, school staff and other volunteers.

Primary Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Assist students during “Homework Help” or any other academic support/enrichment from approximately 2:00 pm to approximately 5:00 pm—in approximately one hour shifts per volunteer session

  • Lead a project-based cooperative learning group during the school day or after school hours

  • Help answer students’ questions as they are working through the class material and projects · Support individual student academic needs as assigned

  • Lead literacy circles as assigned

  • Serve as a consistent mentor for an assigned student throughout the course of one school year in group mentoring or one-to-one planned activities.

  • Paid Saturdays Tutoring Session

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Enjoy working with children.

  • Must be over age 18.

  • Must pass a background check. · Must be a have a regents high school diploma, with an overall GPA of 85, College students with at least 3.0 GPA

  • Time Commitment:

  • Commit to a regular shift (minimum 2 hours per week).

  • After School programs are implemented Monday-Friday from 2:30pm to 6:30pm.

  • · Volunteers needed over a school semester/three month period:

  • Fall semester volunteer needs: early October – mid December.

  • Spring semester volunteer needs: early February – May