South South Early Education -
Immediate Opening

EHS Infant/Toddler Teacher Position
35 hrs./wk-52 wks./yr.

Core Responsibilities:
Provide infants and toddlers with a nurturing, safe, and healthy environment to help them develop socially, intellectually, physically, and emotionally in a manner appropriate to their age and stage of development in relationship to the overall goal of social competency. Develop activities and opportunities in accordance with ACF/ Early Head Start Performance Standards. Involve parents in the educational aspects of the program to increase their knowledge and understanding of skills and experiences in child growth, education, and development, specifically with infants and toddlers. Attend to the physical and environmental needs of the children to ensure their growth and well-being. Plan and implement all classroom activities that carry out the goals set forth in the Education Plan.  Coordinate with Teacher to create and maintain a safe and healthy physical environment that fosters the physical, emotional and cognitive development of Infants and Toddlers. Perform teaching activities, while assuming a lead role in working with varying groups of children.  Meal assistance and other various activities as assigned.

Core Qualifications:
MA EEC Infant Toddler Certification & BA/BS degree in Early Childhood required.
Bi-lingual(Portuguese, Arabic  or Spanish) helpfulalthough not required.
Experience with birth-3 years.

All candidates must have a current medical certificate, MMR, TB test, statements of   CORI/Background check, fingerprints and (SORI), with employment application available online. Must be at least 18 yrs. of age to apply.

Position is 35 hrs. per week/52 wks. per year/all, agency benefits apply. 
Please email or send resume & cover letter to:
71 Obery Street, Plymouth, MA 02360
Competitive Pay, great benefits (where applicable), and work environment
EOE/Handicap Access

Date of posting 8/5/21  Deadline to apply 8/16/21
SSCAC, Inc. and SSEEC is an EEO/ADA Employer
Promoting Diversity in the Workplace