The Nest Assistant Teacher/Floater

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Overview:
Charlotte Latin School is hiring a full-time Nest Assistant Teacher/Floater beginning in August 2022. This individual will teach with compassion, high energy, attention to detail, organization and problem-solving strategies. The hours for this position will be 9:45-5:45 p.m. The morning will be spent floating in all four classrooms as needed and serving lunch. The afternoon will be spent in the toddler classroom with one and two year olds.

Essential duties and responsibilities:
• Meet the individual needs of the children
• Interact with children to support learning through play
• Present expectations that are appropriate to the child’s age and developmental level
• Communicate appropriately and professionally with parents and fellow staff
• Use assessment tools
• Participate in staff and training meetings
• Complete annual required training hours as prescribed by the NC Division of Child Development
• Comply with school policies and procedures
• Perform other duties as needed.

Education and experience:
• An associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Child Development or a related field is preferred
• One year of teaching experience, preferred

Ongoing requirements:
• State and Federal Background checks are required at time of hire and every three years
• Annual Health Questionnaire (required by NC DCDEE)
• Health and safety training upon hire
• Education documentation submitted to the NC Division of Child Development and Early Education

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Skills:
• Ability to be flexible, as every day is unique
• Possess a natural ability to engage and support young learners
• Proven interpersonal relations skills
• Communicate clearly and effectively with parents and colleagues
• Computer literate
• Exceptional organizational skills
• A propensity for working collaboratively with faculty and families
• Adheres to the highest level of professionalism