195 N. Clark Road
leader in early childhood education, Childcare Network is currently
seeking qualified Early Head Start teachers. Join our team of
caring adults who help us meet our corporate promises of being “The
Working Parent’s Best Friend”. You will have a chance to be
creative, be part of a supportive team, and make a difference in
the lives of children. Our primary objective at each school is to
provide a fun atmosphere that supports the education and safety of
the children in our care.
offer competitive pay based on education and experience.
Dental, and Vision are available on a pretax basis. Life insurance,
401K, child care assistance, paid holidays, paid sick time, paid
vacation time, and tuition assistance.
The Early Head Start Lead Teacher is responsible for working with
all staff to better meet the needs of Early Head Start children and
their families as prescribed by the Head Start Performance
Standards. This position provides quality services in the timeline
mandated by the Head Start Performance Standards. The Early Head
Start (EHS) Teacher is responsible for communicating effectively
with infants, toddlers, their parents and other staff. The EHS
Teacher properly addresses the developmental needs of infants and
- Organized and
- Manages own
of Early Head Start Philosophy
of the principles, practices and current state of child health and
thinker and problem solver
organizational, verbal and written communications
with community resources
- High School
Childhood Education experience a plus
knowledge of the Head Start Performance Standards policies and
and maintain a safe, clean, learning environment, and assures the
well-being and safety of children in her/his care.
a caring professional relationship and a climate of mutual trust
and respect for families.
and implement activities with children between the ages of zero and
three, with the curriculum provided and with Head Start mandated
a cooperative attitude of working together with center staff,
volunteers, parents, and program specialists in planning and
implementing classroom activities.
and implement daily activities that engage children in literacy,
language, and math activities using songs, books and games that are
integrated with themes/topics.
assessment information for individually interacting with children
during learning center activities and other times for teaching
accurate and current assessment information noting child’s progress
across all developmental domains utilizing anecdotal notes and/ or
examples of children’s work.
and accurately complete all paperwork, including home visit forms,
parent/teacher conference forms, lesson plans, and transition
and models language expansion, extended learning and problem
solving strategies throughout the day.
child-staff ratio is maintained at all times.
all children from physical punishment or verbal abuse by anyone in
any program activity, and immediately reports any such incident the