Posting DetailsJob Title FWS Fall 2023 Afternoon Assistant Teacher
Requisition Number DU11104 Department Name 1B531:Federal Work Study Work Location 290 Alumni Dr Salary Range $11.00 - $12.00 Type of Position Student Position Time Status Part-Time Required Education
High school or equivalent.
Required Related Experience
Lifting children, changing diapers.
7:30 am – 6:00 pm are our hours of operation.
-Need individuals available from 4-5:30pm to assist with our closing shifts in our Infant-Preschool classrooms. Also in need of substitutes during the week.
The Child Development Center of the Bluegrass at the University of Kentucky is hiring part time assistant teachers for our infant-preschool aged classrooms. The needed shift is M-F 4-5:30pm and substitutes during the week. CDCB is a NAEYC accredited program that serves students with and without special needs. Child Development Center of the Bluegrass is conveniently located on The University of Kentucky's campus and employees have onsite free parking.
Assistant teaching Duties include:
-Provide small and large group instruction under Lead Teacher supervision
-Assist in supervision of students in the classroom and on the playground
-Assist in making materials for classroom use
-Prepare and clean up after meals and classroom time
-Demonstrate good attendance
-Obtain 15 clock hours of Training each year
For more information, please contact: Nikki Sexton, Phone: (859)-218-2322, Email: [email protected].
Skills / Knowledge / Abilities
Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? No Preferred Education/Experience
Deadline to Apply 03/15/2024 University Community of Inclusion
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