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  1. Attainment of at least 18 years of age.
    High School graduation or GED completion; with passing grades, of 15 semester units or equivalent quarter units in early childhood education at an accredited or approved college or university; and at least four years of teaching in a licensed daycare center or comparable group childcare program.
    Courses which cover the general areas of child growth and development or human growth and development are; child, family and community or child and family; program and curriculum, plus three semester units in administration or staff relations.A. An AA degree from an accredited or approved college or university with a major or emphasis in early childhood education or child development and at least two years of teaching experiences in a licensed daycare center or comparable group program. Plus three semester units in administration or staff relations.
    B. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited or approved college or university with a major or emphasis in early childhood education or child development and at least one year of teaching experiences in a licensed daycare center or comparable group child care program. Plus three semester units in administration or staff relations. C. A Director of Supervisory Permit issued by the California Commission for Teacher Preparation and Licensing.
  2. Knowledge of the requirements for providing the type of care and supervision needed by children, including the ability to communicate with such children.
  3. Knowledge of and ability to comply with applicable laws and regulation.
  4. Ability to maintain or supervise the maintenance of financial and other records.
  5. Ability to direct the work of others, when applicable.
  6. Ability to establish the facility’s policy, program and budget.
  7. Ability to recruit, employ, train, evaluate qualified staff, and to terminate employment of staff, if applicable to the facility after discussion with employee.
  8. Make provision for continuing operation and carrying out of the administrator’s responsibility during any absence of the administrator.
  9. Responsible for the operation of the center, for compliance with regulations; for the communications with the licensing agency; and shall have the authority to acknowledge receipt of deficiency notices and to correct deficiencies which are immediate threats to the children’s health and safety.

    Interested candidates can email their resumes to flma2010academy@gmail.com
Be a model, dress and always act professional, be enthusiastic, take personal interest in staff, create staff unity, encourage ideas and creativity, be loyal by creating a climate of mutual trust and respect, solve problems immediately when possible, have guidelines clearly and firmly stated, get input from staff, parents, and children, praise and appreciate good work. Help the staff when needed.

Conduct bimonthly fire drills. Be responsible for transporting school age children. Arrange for field trips and carry them out.

Report to Administrator and Department of Social Services.

Interested candidates can email their resumes to flma2010academy@gmail.com

  1. Attainment of at least 18 years of age.
  2. A teacher shall have completed with passing grades at least six postsecondary semester units of specified early childhood education classes, or have a valid Child Development Assistant permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. A teacher hired with six units must complete at least two additional units each semester until fully qualified.
  3. A fully qualified teacher shall have 12 postsecondary semester units in early childhood education from an accredited college and six months of work experience in a licensed child care center or similar program. The specified shall include courses covering child growth and development, child, family and community, and program curriculum.
  4. A teacher shall complete 15 hours of health and safety training. If necessary, pursuant to Health and Safety code, section 1596.866.
  5. Ability to comply with applicable laws and regulations.
  6. Ability to follow directions.
  7. Ability to listen to children.
  8. Ability to repair/report hazards, if it doesn’t take away from the children.
  9. Coordination with the head teacher or other teacher in the organization and direction of the daily curriculum.
  10. Ability to be confidential.
  11. Be of sound mental health and no physical limitations that would inhibit performing the duties and functions of a teacher.
  12. Maintain the appearance of the school.
  13. Evaluation of the students for parent- teacher conferences.
  14. Help make early identification and remedial efforts of the children.
  15. Follow the established standards for the use of materials.
  16. Attend all staff meetings. The director will inform you of the requirement for each staff meeting, parent meeting, and special school events.
  17. Communicate with parents, teachers, director and children on a professional level. Speak to the director before the parents. The director must be aware of conversations about the children. Must be able to write incident reports/maintain a copy for the director.
  18. Consulting with the other teachers concerning matters of the children.
  19. Caring for and nurturing the children at school.
  20. Conducting a classroom consistent with the Montessori philosophy as well as the needs of the community. Follow the child’s needs not the parent’s needs.
  21. Maintaining the educational environment, both in the classroom and on the school  grounds, in a manner consistent with the policies and procedures set forth by our center.
  22. Preparing and turning in your monthly lesson plan to the director by the 20th of each      month.
  23. Ability to share materials and ideas with other teachers.
  24. Know the principles of nutrition, food preparation, storage, and menu planning. All  snacks are to have two food groups. All food is to be covered when stored.
  25. Know housekeeping and sanitation principles. Assume an equal share of the  housekeeping duties and not when supervising children.
  26. Provide care and safety of children without physical or verbal abuse, exploitation or  prejudice.
  27. May be asked to assume the duties of the director in the absence of and if qualified
  28. Use the positive approach in the control of the children and in communicating with other staff members.
  29. Share in caring for the school pets.
  30. Foster independence within the children by encouraging individual choices and problem  solving.
  31. Respect the individual needs and differences of each child, parent, teacher, and director.
  32. Requirement for each staff meeting are the following: activities that are made with school supplies or that are made on school time are to stay at school, plan a field trip,  prepare/ plan school activities.
  33. Assist in monthly fire drills
  34. Read and know the student handbook
  35. Assist in the transportation of school age children if when needed.

Interested candidates can email their resumes to flma2010academy@gmail.com

  1. . Must be at least 18 years of age. High school graduate or passed GED proficiency  test. Currently participating in an occupational program conducted by an accredited high school or college. An aide shall work only under the direct supervision of a teacher.
  2. If you are working as an aide the ratio is: Preschool- 1 teacher and 1 aide= 15  children. Two (2) teachers and one aide=27 children. School Age- 1 teacher and  1 aide=28 children
  3. An aide must never be left alone with a child. They must always make sure that they are in the sight of a teacher when with a child.
  4. Help the teacher when needed.
  5. Get art supplies ready.
  6. Empty trash as needed.
  7. Clean trash container.
  8. Keep dishes clean and put it away.
  9. Clean refrigerator in and out.
  10. Wash kitchen floor.
  11. Vacuum carpets, sweep floors.
  12. Prepare snack.
  13. Keep yard clean and free of debris.
  14. File/ organize items in children’s cubbies.
  15. Keep bathroom clean.

Interested candidates can email their resumes to flma2010academy@gmail.com