Classroom Assistant Relief Jobs Vacancy in Tri Valley Opportunity Council Rogers
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Classroom Assistant Relief Jobs Vacancy in Tri Valley Opportunity Council Rogers Jobs Details:
The Classroom Assistant (Relief/Sub) is responsible for assisting the Classroom Staff in the implementation of a classroom program designed to give each child an opportunity to participate in experiences that will enrich his/her development in a safe environment. Classroom Assistant Relief follows an established schedule and job responsibilities while momentarily taking the place of classroom staff in multiple classrooms as they leave for breaks or other purposes. Classroom Assistant Subs take the place of classroom staff absent for a period of time on an as needed basis, i.e.: illness, vacation or training. They also help recruit potential parents by providing information to them about the various program services and benefits offered to enrolled children and families.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Assists classroom staff with implementation of daily activities and classroom management principles.
- Assist in implementing classroom activities around concepts that incorporate the interests of the classroom community and meet goals and objectives outlined in the Creative Curriculum.
- Maintain enough flexibility to allow children’s interests to guide classroom direction.
- Be responsible for and lead some activities as requested by the Teacher, Assistant Teacher or Education Supervisor.
- Establish and maintain positive, pleasant and trusting relationships with parents, respecting their individual needs and maintaining professional and appropriate boundaries.
- Know all medical conditions/needs of the children in the classroom (including allergies) and how to respond to these needs.
- Tends to children's personal hygiene needs, remaining especially attentive to them during routines such as diaper changing, cleaning, feeding, and changing soiled or wet clothes.
- Assume other duties as requested by the classroom staff or Education Supervisor.
Safety & Sanitation
- Maintains a safe, clean, care-giving environment, practices good personal hygiene and hand washing, and assures the well-being and safety of all of the children in that environment.
- Utilizes disciplinary measures appropriately as outlined in the Behavior Guidance Policies and Procedures.
- Protects all children from physical punishment or verbal abuse by anyone in any program activity, and immediately reports any such incident to the person in charge.
- Provides for the physical safety of each child from arrival time until departure time.
- Assures that safety and sanitation policies and procedures are followed appropriately.
- Assures that children are dressed appropriately for the weather and type of play in which they are engaged.
- Assures that children are supervised at all times.
- Administers First Aid and/or CPR (if trained) when necessary.
- Greets children and their parents warmly and with enthusiasm.
- Maintains a cooperative attitude of working together with other staff, parents and volunteers in planning and implementing activities for the program/classroom.
- Maintains a positive, calm attitude and a pleasant, soothing voice, and models this attitude and voice for parents and others working or volunteering in the program.
- Must be at least 18 years of age.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Must enjoy and respect young children and their families.
- Experience working with infants, toddlers and preschoolers.