Child Care Floater Teacher (AR) | School 192

Work Address

1150 Hwy 365

Overview

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Who We Are

Founded in 1988, comprised of almost 300 schools, listed as the 4 th largest private childcare provider in the United States. Childcare Network offers a warm, caring environment with high- quality education for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years. Our proprietary, research-based High Reach learning curriculum is individualized to every age, with activities that combine learning and fun to create happy, curious kids.

Overview

A Child Care Teacher is responsible for maintaining a safe and fun environment for young children to preteens. Their duties include coming up with creative and educational activities, preparing and serving snacks to children and maintaining a clean environment for the children.

Requirements

Requirements
  • Required: 18 years old,
  • HS Diploma or GED
  • Preferred: CDA (or its equivalent) .
  • Exceptions may be allowed for individuals 16 or 17 years of age to work in a center if they meet all of the following criteria:
  • The individual shall not have disciplinary control over children.
  • The individual shall not be left alone with children at any time.
  • The individual shall be under the direct supervision of an adult staff member at all times
  • The individual shall meet all other staff requirements
  • The individual shall be enrolled in a high school or GED curriculum.


What We Offer
  • No Nights or Weekend Shifts
  • Education Assistance Program
  • Paid Time Off and Holidays
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
  • Paid Life Insurance
  • Company Match 401K
  • Employee Assistance Program


Responsibilities

Child Care Workers are responsible for the well-being of the children under their care. They must monitor the children all day to ensure that they play and interact with one another in a safe and appropriate manner. Some of their typical duties include:
  • Ensuring the children have good hygiene and changing diapers as necessary
  • Cleaning interactive areas throughout the day
  • Preparing meals and snacks for the kids
  • Organizing activities and developing curriculum for older children
  • Developing a schedule for the children to maintain throughout the day.
  • Keeping records of each child's progress, interests and any problems that may occur
  • Maintaining contact with the children's parents and contacting them in the case of an emergency