The Rollins Child Development Center is a faith-based school that serves the economically-disadvantaged community. Led by the principles of Christian faith, we employ a formula of innovative industry training, parent empowerment and involvement, classroom techniques and accountability that will allow us to be a catalyst for change for each of the families we serve. We educate children from 6-weeks to 6-years old. We are not a day care. We are an innovative program that assists children in their cognitive, emotional, spiritual, social, and physical development, while assisting their parents in financial, educational, and advocacy skills.
We are looking for a thoughtful, imaginative, and dedicated candidate to be a Kindergarten teacher in our year-round program.
Our teachers are responsible for:
- Building responsive relationships with all children, families and co-workers
- Planning and implementing developmentally appropriate activities and lesson plans using approved school curriculums
- Record keeping and reporting as indicated by school policies and Georgia state regulations
- Maintaining and modeling professional and ethical standards as stated
- Using a variety of approved methods and material to engage students to reach all areas of growth and development to include cognitive, physical, social and emotional growth
- Other duties as specified and directed
- Georgia Teaching Certificate – T4 or higher in Early Childhood Education
- Minimum 1 year experience in related field
- Must pass extensive criminal background and drug screens
- 40-hour work week
- Must be available and willing to work occasional Saturdays
- Must be available to work during the summer
- Demonstrated knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices
- Strong written and communication skills
- Experience with Orton-Gillingham curriculum is preferred but not required.
- 1:7 teacher-to-student ratio
- Potential for a partner teacher
- Center is privately-funded
- Faith-based curriculum
- Paid Holidays
- Health/Dental benefits offered
- Pay competitive with public school systems.