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Palomar College, founded in 1946, is a comprehensive, two-year community college that serves the greater North San Diego County region. Palomar College offers over 200 associates degree and certificate programs to approximately 30,000 full- and part-time students. A favorite in the community among local institutions of higher education, Palomar College recently ranked #1 in community colleges in San Diego County in the San Diegos Best of 2016 Readers Poll. And, Palomar College is just 12 miles from the glistening Pacific Ocean and 30 miles away from all of the exciting cultural activities that sunny San Diego has to offer.
Job Duties: Maintains responsibility for an assigned classroom. Plans and implements curriculum; assesses progress and development of children assigned to classroom; meets with parents to discuss childrens progress; in absence of Site Supervisor, arranges for substitute Teachers, Associate Teachers, Assistant Teachers and short-term or student workers as needed.
To be eligible for this position, you must meet and provide evidence of the following minimum qualifications:
1. Required to qualify for Grade D-1: At least 350 days (three or more hours per day within four years) in a childcare setting.
2. Required to qualify for Grade D: Two years of experience teaching in a childcare setting.
1. Required to qualify for Grade D-1: An associates degree in Child Development, Early Childhood Education or a related field from an accredited college or university with at least 24 units of Early Childhood Education/Child Development including child growth and development, child, family and community, and at least one program/curriculum class, six specialization units and two adult supervision units.
2. Required to qualify for Grade D: A bachelors degree from an accredited college or university in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, or a related field with at least 24 units of Early Childhood Education/Child Development including child growth and development, child, family and community, at least one program/curriculum class, six specialization units, and two adult supervision units.
Only coursework completed at, and degrees awarded by, accredited institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education will be considered as satisfying the minimum qualifications. Coursework and degrees that are completed outside of the United States are required to have transcripts evaluated (evaluation to U.S. equivalency and a course by course analysis) by an appropriate U.S. credentials evaluation service. For a list of credentials evaluation agencies accepted by Palomar College, visit the National Association of Credentials Evaluation Services (NACES) website at www.naces.org.
Diversity Statement: Position requires sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff.
Benefits: For information about part-time faculty health benefits, visit www.palomar.edu/hr/employees/personnel/ptfaculty.Part-time faculty employees are eligible to elect membership in one of the following retirement plans: CalSTRS (California State Teachers Retirement System) APPLE (Accumulation Program for Part-Time Limited-Service Employees)
Palomar College. located in San Marcos, CA, is dedicated to achieving student success and cultivating a love of learning. Our mission is to provide an engaging teaching and learning environment for students of diverse origins, experiences, needs, abilities, and goals. As a comprehensive community college, we support and encourage students who are pursuing transfer-readiness, general education, basic skills, career and technical training, aesthetic and cultural enrichment, and lifelong education. We are committed to promoting the learning outcomes necessary for our students to contribute as individuals and global citizens living responsibly, effectively, and creatively in an interdependent and changing world.