Children's Center at the hospital campus in Sellersville
Grand View Health is looking for an energetic, full-time Teacher Aide for our Children's Center Toddler classroom (18 months to 2 years old). If you enjoy working with children and are looking for a position with great benefits, apply today for immediate consideration. Our Children's Center staff enjoys the same benefits as our healthcare positions.
Under general supervision, the Teacher Aide assists the Head Teacher and Assistant Teacher in the classroom caring for and instructing the children, as well as planning and supervising activities as needed. The Teacher Aide is responsible for maintaining a clean and safe environment, both indoors and outdoors, and for growing professionally as a child care worker.
Essential Functions of the Teacher Aide:
Demonstrates imagination and creativity while providing activities for children that include experiences in social, emotional, intellectual and physical stimulation on a daily basis as directed by the Head Teacher/Teacher.
Integrates stimulation and relaxation in the classroom schedule on a daily basis as directed by the Head Teacher/Teacher or Manager in the development of a well-balanced program.
Changes diapers, guides children in their toileting routines (if necessary) and rest times, and provides guidance in eating (by modeling appropriate eating behaviors and manners) on a daily basis as directed by the Teacher and Manager to foster maturation in children.
Assists the Head Teacher/Teacher in the preparation, distribution and clean-up of all meals and snacks on a daily basis to comply with state regulations.
Provides outdoor activities, or gross motor activities indoors during inclement weather, on a daily basis as directed by the Head Teacher/Teacher or Manager to enhance overall physical development.
Assists in making classroom materials and replenishes supplies and materials when needed or as directed by the Head Teacher/Teacher to supplement the curriculum.
Interacts appropriately with children as a facilitator during free play time, when necessary, to foster social development.