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Child Care Job Description
Assists in setting up classroom activities & in clean-up work.
As directed, prepares and/or gathers materials/equipment for classroom activities.
Assists in daily education procedures in the classroom. Assists in ensuring that children are involved in activities suited to their immediate emotional, social, intellectual, and physical needs; provide ample activity options to children.
Excellent telephone, communication, interpersonal, documentation and organizational skills. Must have knowledge of a variety of computer software applications, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases. Ability to work effectively with all team members, clients, families and professionals in the community
Assist with the preparation, presentation and clean up of children’s projects and activities (art, group time, circle time, outside play, free play, naptime, meals, etc.).
Assist in the guidance of children in the activities mentioned above.
Assists in serving and cleaning up after snacks and meals. May prepare snacks and/or lunches, clean food preparation area, wash dishes
Maintain equipment and assist with the maintenance of healthy and safe environment.
Responsible for changing children’s diapers in accordance with Health Dept. Standards.
Be able to lift up to 30 lbs.
Disinfect classroom, play equipment and toys.
Ability to work, both individually and as a team member, with people of diverse educational, ethnic, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds including children, parents, staff and the general public.
Must accept direction from, and cooperate with, the Director, working together in a team environment. Be open and responsive to feedback.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
DCF 30 Hour Family Child Care Home Course or Equivalent
Current certification in child First Aid and CPR
Level 2 Criminal history background clearance
First Aid/CPR qualified
CDA or equivalent
30 Hour Family Child Care Home Training (DCF)
Level 2 Background Clearance
Minimum of 2 years in child care/pre-school field
The Child Care Assistant will be a team member of Kid Zone Family Child Care Home, working to provide child care services and pre-school education for the Ocala community. At the direction of the Program Director, assist with many of the program activities that contribute to the development of each child’s full potential. Under direct supervision, the Assistant will organize and present materials used by children for their projects or activities. The Assistant will be a role model for the children during classroom and meal times. There may be times when an assistant works with both toddlers and preschoolers. The child care home is licensed for children aged 0 months to 12 years but primarily serves children aged 3-5 years old. Duties are performed following clearly defined work procedures and priorities.
Assist children in taking responsibility for equipment and materials they use and in being considerate of others.
Sit at the level of the children using a quiet voice, moving to other areas where needed. Provide and maintain focus to children’s activities.
Model appropriate behavior; using developmentally appropriate communication skills.
Use positive guidance methods to support a positive social and emotional learning environment.