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  • Reports to School Director


  • Bachelor’s degree in child development or early childhood education. Master’s degree or Georgia Professional Educator License preferred.
  • Experience as an early childhood educator and experience as a coach or supervisor of educators preferred.


  • The instructional leader will support classroom education staff (teachers and teacher assistants) to refine their practices, improve instructional quality and achieve mastery as early childhood professionals.


  •  Considers the background, special needs, and interest of each child
  •  Treats each child with dignity and respect. Uses positive guidance techniques
  •  Implements and participates in family-style service at meals and snack
  •  Maintains a safe, healthy, nurturing learning environment. Strives to prevent injuries. Handles emergencies, and injuries appropriately.
  •  Understands and implements emergency procedures in cases of fire, tornado, chemical leak, or other emergencies. Can administer CPR/First Aid, including lifting and carrying injured children. Uses proper lifting procedures and seeks assistance if necessary
  •  Must be physically and mentally able to reach appropriately and immediately to unexpected circumstances. Can lift 50 pounds.
  •  Must be able to bend and stoop to interact on child’s level. Must be able to play and communicate with children (run, jump, demonstrate physical exercise)
  •  Must be able to stand approximately 95% of the work day
  • Maintains professional conduct when working with parents, staff and visitors, avoiding unnecessary communication / gossip
  •  Maintains strict confidentiality regarding children and families
  •  Maintains educational material & equipment, repairing when necessary
  •  Maintains good rapport and working relationships with other staff members
  •  Participates in all staff training sessions, meetings and programs as requested by the Director and sponsored by the school. Flexible to changing schedules
  •  Observes, and reports to the Lead Teacher any significant individual or group behavior that might affect the well-being of children enrolled in the school
  •  Willing to perform other duties, if required, to ensure a safe, healthy, nurturing environment for children and families, including cleaning, cooking, driving.
  • After School teachers assistants must be able to drive the school bus/van to pick up after school students from school and drive them to field trips while in the school year and during summer camps


  •  Ensure that the program selects a high-quality curriculum in alignment with Georgia Early Learning Standards
  •  Collaborate with teaching staff in the development, writing and implementation of school curriculum
  •  Manage program implementation of selected curriculum, assessment tool and any supplemental materials. Align program practices and standards to support quality implementation.
  •  Coordinate teacher training and professional development on selected curricula.
  •  Provide support to classroom education staff in creating lesson plans that are faithful to the curriculum and developmentally appropriate. Review lesson plans and provide teachers with timely feedback and recommendations.
  •  Coordinate bulletin boards content and lay out with teachers
Professional Development
  •  Work with staff to ensure all curriculum objectives are aligned with the school’s core standards
  •  Organize of all in-house staff development training
  •  Organize and conduct professional staff development
  •  Staff training on newly adopted programs
  •  Collaborate with classroom education staff to develop individual professional development plans for each staff member.
  •  Identify professional development opportunities offered by the state, regional professional development providers and others that align to teaching staff goals and needs.
  •  Develop and facilitate a professional learning community focused on instructional excellence.
Observation and Coaching

• Conduct regular observation in all assigned classrooms and maintain records.

• Engage education staff in individual and group reflective coaching to discuss observations and develop a plan to strengthen challenging areas and build on areas of strength.

• Support peer observation and learning between classrooms/sites.

Instructional Quality
  •  Participate in professional development opportunities, including workshops and conferences, to bring new and emerging best practices into the program.
  •  Evaluation, purchase, and incorporation of texts, material, resources and technology that will support instructional quality and integrate them into classroom instruction and program practices
  • Develop internal systems and procedures that advance instructional quality
  •  Implement and maintain KRK and Bright From the Start requirements
  •  Implement and / or maintain NAEYC accreditation with highest currently available ranking
  •  Support teachers and staff with the NAEYC & Bright From the Start school accreditation
School Wide Events & Outreach Community Events
  •  Create and organize school wide events. Such as: Fall festival, Thanksgiving, Xmas concert, Spring egg hunt, Spring Festival
  •  Create and organize parent / community events
  •  Create and maintain the school various channels of communications: e-newsletters, website, and social media.
Physical Requirements and Work Environment
  • Assist in classrooms as needed.
  •  Able to lift up to 50 pounds.
  •  Able to walk, bend, stand, squat or sit on the floor (with children) throughout an 8-hour day.
  •  Able to walk up and down steps several times each day.


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