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USCâs School for Early Childhood Education is seeking a Child Care Teacher to join its team.
This position will provide a successful, safe and supervised educational setting for children while they are in the USC-SECE environment (classroom, outdoor play area, and field trips). To promote the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of Head Start children. Encourage parent involvement in all aspects of the program. To develop individual goals for children, provide on-going assessment on progress and facilitate transition into kindergarten. Considered the Teacher of Record for all children in assigned classroom and works as a team with the assigned Associate Teacher.Â The position is grant funded.Â
â¢Bachelor of Arts/Science preferred in early childhood education or child development.â¢Commission on Teacher Credentialing Child Development Teacher Permit.â¢Bilingual â English/Spanish preferred.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION pertinent to this specific position:â¢Position requires valid California Driverâs Licenseâ¢Current physical and tuberculosis screening; First Aid/CPR, and Department of Justice Clearance.
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