Department: Child Development & Family Center Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment Job Starts: June 17, 2019 Work Type: Service
A.Assist professional staff with the implementation of curriculum in the classroom:
1.Work with children individually or in groups inside the classroom and outdoors on the playground
2.Follow through on the classroom limits to help with the consistency in the classroom
3.Display a high sensitivity to the entire classroom environment (be aware of safety, cleanliness, etc.)
4.Eating CDFC snacks and lunch with the children at the designated time (if student is working at such time)
B.Assist children in self-care needs:
4.Dressing and undressing
5.Eating snacks and lunch
C.Assist in classroom maintenance throughout the day:
1.Meal set-up and clean-up
2.Straightening of classroom
3.Opening and closing of classroom
6.Other duties assigned by the professional staff
7.Possible phone/customer service related duties
1.Must be physically and emotionally able to work with young children and supervise their activities.
2.Must have the ability to maintain respectful and caring relationships with young children, and develop professional relationships with parents/families, student workers, CDFC staff, and outside agencies. Must be able to communicate clearly with children, parents, and staff.
3.Ability to make sound judgments regarding children’s safety and well-being
4.Per DCFS, Students must have a current working physical, TB test, and provide 3 names of character references.
5. Students must fill out a DCFS criminal background check form, and be fingerprinted through DCFS.
6. A Mandatory paid student orientation will be held on Friday, January 11th, 2019 from 8:30-12:30
The hours of CDFC are from 7:15-5:30 M-F
Pay Rate: $ $8.25
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