• Language Arts and Math Instructor

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    JEI Learning Center is seeking a part time Instructor who can teach elementary children in math, reading and writing. You will conduct sessions in a small groups setting using the JEI program. 

    Candidates must meet the following requirements:

    Must be fluent in English
    Must have at least a Bachelor’s degree
    Must enjoy working with children
    Must have elementary instruction background/experience
    Highly motivated and energetic
    Must be able to commit long term
    Must be very organized, detailed oriented, and responsible

    Compensation:

    $12-$15/hour, based on experience
    Approximately 4-5 days a week
    Hours are from 3:30-6:00

    We are located at 5789 Jarvis Ave., Newark, CA and 2856 Washington Blvd., Fremont, CA

    Please fax resume to 866-782-2864 or email ruth@palmacademy.com

    Mission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility.
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  • Tutors

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    The Academic Advantage is hiring for tutors. Train to become a tutor and make a difference in a child's life!
    Compensation is $16 per hr.
     
    Job Description:
     
    Tutors work with the same students on a weekly basis
    Sessions occur at the student's home or at a preferred location, such as a public library
    Positions available in all areas
    Part-Time & Flexible hours
    Each tutor sets his or her own schedule
    Monday - Friday between the hours of 4:00-9:00PM
    Weekend hours also available
     
    Minimum Requirements needed to apply:
     
    Two years of college credit or 1 year of tutor experience
    Personal transportation required to and from tutoring appointment
     
    For more information, please call toll-free or visit website at:
    1-855-385-8291
     
    The Academic Advantage offers in-home, one-on-one instruction for students in grades K-12 and are one of the country's largest K-12 tutoring programs. Our mission is to provide high-quality instruction for students in need of assistance. 
     
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  • Lead Caregiver

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    Location: Children’s Waiting Rooms

    Department: Education

    Supervises:  Caregiver

    Reports to: CWR Manager and/or Regional Director

    Assumes responsibility for general supervision of children and Caregiver.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

    A. General

    1. Plans, prepares and implements the daily program with the support of supervisor.

    2. Greets children, parents, staff and guests

    3. Support families with sign in/out procedure

    4. Review intake information for accuracy and signature

    5. Assign pager and wristband to parent/guardian

    6. Maintain well stocked parent resource area

    7. Help families access resources through Kidango, partners, community, resource binder

    8. Offer comment cards to families

    9. Offer support and activities for children to facilitate safe play

    10. Plan age appropriate activities for all children

    11. Assist and support children with computers and age appropriate programs

    12. Assist with toileting

    13. Change diapers every 2 hours and as needed

    14. Give each child a book bag and book from the lending library as they exit

    15. Maintain a variety of books in the lending library

    16. Maintain clean environment, including toys, tables, chairs, shelves, windows, children’s restroom, entrance area

    17. Set up, supervise, clean up snacks as needed

    18. Set up, supervise, clean-up activities

    19. Rotate books on children’s book shelf weekly

    20. Monitor inventory of CWR forms

    21. Input data on spreadsheet of daily intake forms

    22. File intake forms daily

    23. QIC information as needed

    24. Supervise CWR when Lead Caregiver is absent

    25. Assumes general responsibility for health, safety, and well-being of all children in the CWR.

    26. Assist with completing courthouse and Kidango paperwork.

    27. Assists other CWRs when requested.

     

    QUALIFICATIONS

    -        Master Teacher/Site Supervisor permit preferred.

    -        Two years of experience working with children

    -        1 year of supervisor experience preferred.

    -        Ability to provide leadership and accept responsibility.

    -        Able to lift 30 pounds chest high.

    -        Bilingual Spanish a plus.

    -        Ability to provide leadership, accept responsibility, work independently and set own goals in a professional manner.

    -        Ability to work on a variety of tasks simultaneously and able to work a flexible schedul

    OTHER REQUIREMENTS

    o   Must be 18 years or older

    o   Health screening, TB and fingerprint clearance (Department of Justice, FBI, Child Abuse Index)

    o   Possession of a valid California Driver’s License or California ID. Use of an insured, non-agency vehicle (if applicable).

    o   CPR and First Aid Certificate and Infectious Disease Prevention training or completion within three months of hire.

    o   Travel as needed to agency, community and state functions.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free Workplace

    HOW TO APPLY: To apply for this position please complete an application at http://www.kidango.org/Opportunities.asp

    You may submit your resume along with an application. Please note that you are not considered an applicant until you have completed an application for employment.

     Mission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility.
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  • Substitute, temporary, at-will employee

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    Our Savior Lutheran Preschool

    858 Washington Blvd

    Fremont CA 94539

    510-657-9269

    Fax 510-657-3174

    www.oslpsfremont@gmail.com

    Marianne Sterling, Director

    Position:  Substitute, temporary, at-will employee.  Possibility of permanent position.

    Schedule:  On call, hours and days depend on program and staff needs.

    Requirements: 

    We are looking for individuals who have Christ in their life and enjoy sharing the good news with students and their families. 

    ·         12 ECD units or enrolled in classes to complete 12 units.

    ·         Meet State Licensing requirements.

    ·         Documentation of fingerprint and background clearance.

    ·         Documentation of health screening and TB clearance.

    Must be at least 18 years of age 
     

    Responsibilities: 

    ·         Supervising and interacting with the children. 

    ·         Supporting and communicating effectively with staff, parents and students.

    ·         Implementing curriculum.

    ·         Setting up and closing down of the classroom.

    Compensation:

    Up to $13.00 per hour depending on education and experience.

    Please submit a resume.

    Mission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility.
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  • Palm Academy Preschool Teacher

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    Qualification Requirements:

    •    1.  12 semester units of Early Childhood Education covering the following areas:

                Child Growth and Development

                Child, Family, and Community

                Preschool Curriculum (e.g. art, literature, music)

    OR

    2.      6 ECE units completed and enrolled in at least 2 semester units of ECE each semester

    • Compliance with Title 22 – Facility Licensing Regulations for Preschool Teacher

    • 1 year experience as teacher desirable

    • Good verbal and written communication skills

    • Ability to use computer skills, including word processor and spreadsheets

    • Patient and flexible and able to work with others

    This person would report to: Program Director

    Areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to, the following:

    1. Preschool Staff Development & Classroom Supervision. The Teacher will:

    a. In class supervision, train and support of assigned teaching assistants, aides and student

    Interns/practicum students through providing ongoing feedback, input for the evaluation process.

    b. Attend regular Preschool staff meetings.

    c. Assist in making arrangements for substitutes and/or teach classes in the absence of the lead teacher, and assist in the classroom when needed.

    d. Prepare and effectively communicate lesson plans for substitute and have necessary materials available.

    e. Assist in the development and evaluation of age-appropriate curriculum that meets the Preschool’s mission.

    f. Assist in planning Winter & Spring Preschool programs

    2. Communication and Leadership. The Teacher will:

    a. Effectively communicate with the Preschool Board, parents/guardians, students, student teachers, volunteers and maintaining student confidentiality at all times.

    b. Attend workshops and conferences as negotiated with supervisor and Preschool Board to maintain/update educational requirements for licensure.

    c. Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

    3. Classroom Expectations. The Teacher will partner with the Lead teacher to:

    a. Plan yearly curriculum with staff prior to the start of school year.

    b. Develop and prepare high-interest lessons and activities for each day of class – according to the particular age group. Vary lessons – teacher lead vs. child lead.

    c. Encourage and guide children as they interact with activities and with each other.

    d. Become familiar with parents and family members of children. Share pertinent information with them concerning their own child.

    e. Conduct assessments of each child within class (fall and spring). Prepare information to share with parents during conferences.

    f. Prepare a brief article on classroom activities for the preschool newsletter on a monthly basis.

    g. Assist staff with clean-up, room arrangement and organization of material as needed.

    Work Schedule and Compensation

    1. The teacher will partner with the Lead teacher daily, to provide a high quality

    preschool experience for all students. Hours per week are negotiable.

    2. Compensation is negotiable.

    Preferred Qualifications

    1. Experience in Early Childhood Education or related field.

    2. CPR/First Aid certified.

    3. TB Negative

    4. Temperament and personality traits suited for work with young children and their parents.

    5. Supervisory experience.

    6. Basic computer skills.

    7. Time-management skills, self-motivation, and good organizational skills.

    8. Flexibility and openness to growth.

    9. Criminal Background check

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  • Private Tutors NEEDED

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    Posting Date: ASAP Start Date: ASAP

    Employer: Buddy System Tutors

    Job Title: Private Tutors NEEDED Number of openings: Many

    Work Location (City): Near You

    Starting Salary: $20+/hr Schedule:Flexible

    Temporary/Permanent: Contract work Full/Part Time: Part Time

    Benefits? No

    JOB DESCRIPTION AND DUTIES:

    Tutoring students k-12 in all subjects and levels. We will match you with students who are in need

    of help in the subjects you specialize in. High demand for math and sciences.

    Qualification and special skills:

    Previous tutoring or teaching experience preferred

    How to apply: Register online www.buddysystem.com/contractors.html

    Email: info@Buddysystem.com

    Contact name & title: Kim Hartley

    Special Instructions: Please no calls

     Mission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility.

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  • Associate Teacher

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    Definition: The Associate Teacher assists the Teacher, Master Teacher, or Center Director and assumes responsibility for general supervision, development and education of children.
    Reports To: The Master Teacher or Center Director.
    Position Supervises: Teacher Aide, Teacher Assistant, Substitute Teacher and Classroom Volunteers.
     
    Essential Functions:
    1. Assists in planning, preparing and implementing daily program.
    2. Assists in planning and preparing the learning environment, and preparing needed materials and supplies.
    3. Performs primary care giving responsibilities.
    4. Desired Results Process.
    5. Assists in maintaining the environment in a clean, safe manner.
    6. Assumes responsibility for regular parent communication, including parent conferences and chatters.
    7. Supervises Teacher Aides, Substitute Teachers and Volunteers as requested.
    8. Assumes responsibilities in absence of Teacher, Master Teacher, or Center Director.
    9. Assumes general responsibility for health, safety, and well-being of all children in the agency.
    10. Prepares written reports as directed.
    11. Attends meetings as requested.
    12. Participates in activities that further own professional growth.
    13. Maintains confidentiality of children, families and employees.
    14. Works as a member of the agency team by promoting the mission and philosophy of the organization.
    15. Greets children, parents, staff, and guests as needed.
    16. Assists other centers when requested.
    17. All other duties as assigned by Master Teacher or Center Director.
     
    Qualifications:
    -Possess an Associate Teacher Permit.
    -1 year prior experience in working with young children preferred.
    -Hold a current and valid Pediatric First Aide/CPR, Health and Safety (EMSA) certification within 3 months of employment and maintain the certificates current by the standards of the issuing organization during the course of employment with Kidango.
    -Must have 3 Infant/Toddler units to be an Infant/Toddler Associate Teacher
    -Complete three hours of training in Infectious Disease Prevention within three months of employment.
    -Able to lift 30 pounds chest high.
    -High school graduate or equivalent.
    -Must be 18 years or older.
     
    Other Requirements:
    Pass health and TB screening and Department of Justice fingerprint clearance.
    Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free Workplace
    Full Time (40 hrs)/Non-Exempt
    Salary Grade 3
    $13.23 per hour
     
     Mission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility. 
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  • Kidango Internal Temps – On-Call opportunities!

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    Kidango Internal Temps is looking for On-Call Teacher Aides and Associate Teachers.

    Locations in San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Hayward, Union City, Newark, Fremont, San Jose, Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin

    Our On-Call Staff work a variable and on-call schedule to provide coverage during staff illness, vacations, and meetings. Hours and days vary depending on program needs and staff absences.

    Must be able to work between the hours of 7 AM-6 PM. Must be able to receive assignments via e-mail. Reliable transportation and willingness to go to different locations a must.

    Kidango cannot guarantee a certain number of hours as these are dependent on center needs for staff each week.

    Hours are generally Monday through Friday 8:30 AM-5:30 PM but hours can vary. On-Call Staff may be assigned to daily or long term assignments of several weeks, and at multiple locations.

    Responsibilities:

    -Nurture children and assume general responsibility for health, safety, and well being of all children in the center.

    -Maintain confidentiality of children, families and staff.

    -Work as a member of the agency team by promoting the mission and philosophy of the organization and all other duties as assigned by supervisor.

    Other Requirements:

    Pass health and TB screening and Department of Justice fingerprint clearance and criminal background check. Teacher Aide - $9.31 (0-11 units) Associate Teacher - $14.21/hr (12 units ECE Core- Must hold an Associate Teacher Permit)

    ***All On-Call positions are non-benefited.***

    For permit information, please visit: www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/CREDS/child-dev-permits.html

    We are proud to be an EOE non-profit employer.

     http://www.kidango.org/Opportunities.asp

    Mission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility.

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  • Teacher Aide

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    Definition: The Teacher Aide assists the Center Director, Master Teacher, Teacher, Associate 
    Teacher, or Assistant Teacher and assumes responsibility for general supervision, development and 
    education of children.
    Reports To: The Center Director or Master Teacher.
     
    Essential Functions: 
    1. Assists in planning, preparing and implementing daily program.
    2. Assists in planning and preparing the learning environment, and preparing needed materials and supplies.
    3. Assists in Desired Results process.
    4. Assists in maintaining the environment in a clean, safe manner.
    5. Assumes responsibilities for regular parent communication as directed by a supervisor.
    6. Always works with an Associate Teacher, Teacher, Master Teacher or Center Director.
    7. Assumes general responsibility for health, safety, and well-being of all children in the agency.
    8. Supports Volunteers as requested.
    9. Attends meetings as requested.
    10. Participates in activities that further own professional growth.
    11. Maintains confidentiality of children, families and employees.
    12. Works as a member of the agency team by promoting the mission and philosophy of the organization.
    13. Greets children, parents, staff, and guests as needed.
    14. Assists other centers when requested.
    15. All other duties as assigned by Master Teacher or Center Director.
     
    Qualifications:
    Possesses 5 units or less of ECE coursework.
    Meet educational requirements of Community Care Licensing Title XXII and Education Code 
    Title V within 6 months of hire.
    Prior experience in working with young children preferred.
    Hold a current and valid Pediatric First Aide/CPR, Health and Safety (EMSA) certification within 3 
    months of employment and maintain the certificates current by the standards of the issuing 
    organization during the course of employment with Kidango.
    Complete three hours of training in Infectious Disease Prevention within three months of employment.
    Able to lift 30 pounds chest high.
    High school graduate or equivalent.
    Must be 18 years or older.
    Other Requirements:
    Pass health and TB screening and Department of Justice fingerprint clearance.
    Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free Workplace
    Full-time (40 hours) /Non-Exempt
    Salary Grade 1
    $8.93 per hour
     
     
    Mission Valley ROP does not provide resume or application assistance. The job process is the applicants’ responsibility.
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