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Teacher - Child Care Supervisor

Fargo, ND
Fraser, Ltd.

Job Description

Position Purpose: 

you love working with children? If so, we are seeking a full-time
teacher in our Infant classroom to provide guidance and supervision
within the Child Care Department ensuring quality childcare for the
families we support.

Fraser, Ltd Overview:

in 1893, Fraser Ltd., by charter is the oldest human service agency in
North Dakota. Our mission is to provide support
to children, youth and adults on their life's journey to independence.
Fraser fosters the development of functional academic and independent
living skills which are person centered and age appropriate. A variety
of residential services are available for individuals
over the age of 18 who require subsidized housing. We employ caring,
responsible, and compassionate individuals on our team of over 300

Child Care Teacher / Supervisor Qualifications: 

Bachelors degree in field of early childhood development, special
education, or related field. Ability to relate with peers,
children and parents. Willingness to increase skills and competence
through experience, training, and supervision. Certify within 30 days of
employment that they do not have health problems that would interfere
with their position or would be detrimental to
the health of the children. Preferred: Training and demonstrated
ability in working with children of all abilities. Experience in
successfully managing a classroom. Experience in successfully
supervising employees.

Child Care Teacher / Supervisor Responsibilities:

children in daily, structured schedules of activities, completes the
daily and weekly duties, follows  emergency procedures, 
attends staff meetings, in-service training, maintains an organized,
healthy, and safe room environment, maintains stock and inventory
supplies, provides a variety of developmentally appropriate activities,
engage children in active, meaningful learning, trains
and orients new staff, uses tact when addressing parents, demonstrates
acceptance of varying parenting styles, works with Special Needs
Coordinator to complete objectives from special needs programming,
assesses the skills and progress of each child in the
program through the use of observations, assessment tools,and activity
records, participates in ICCP, IEP, parent meetings, and conduct annual

Manage classroom in achieving the following goals:

1) Foster positive self-identity and sense of emotional well-being

2) Develop social skills and knowledge

3) Encourage children to think, reason, question, and experiment

4) Encourage language and literacy development

5) Enhance physical development and skills

6) Encourage and demonstrate sound health, safety, and nutritional practices

7) Encourage creative expression, representation, and appreciation for the arts

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