Infant/Toddler Teacher

The SALMON Centers for Early Education in Northbridge is seeking a Full Time Infant/Toddler Teacher to join our growing healthcare team.
SALMON Centers for Early Education strive to provide a joyful and supportive environment, with a blend of fun and structured educational and social time for our children. Because social and emotional readiness are crucial to later accomplishments, our daily activities promote children's active participation in a setting that reinforces a sense of security and self-esteem. In our healthy, loving environment, every child receives the appropriate nurturing, guidance and stimulation to reach his or her fullest potential.
o Assess children; create and implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
o Maintain daily communication and establish rapport with parents.
o Ensure classroom is in compliance with EEC Health and Safety regulations.
o Work with other teachers and assistants to create a safe, fun, nurturing, child-centered environment.
o I/T EEC qualification
o A passion for caring for children
o Professional, energetic, and nurturing demeanor
o A creative, flexible, diligent work ethic
o Competitive wage and salary program
o Subsidized medical and dental insurance
o Generous paid time off
o Company-paid short-term and long-term disability insurance
o 401(k) plan with employer contributions and vesting
o Paid training and tuition reimbursement
o Child care with discounts at our Natick, Northbridge and Worcester SALMON Early Education Centers
o Free access to on-site fitness centers
o Employee referral program
o Stable and healthy work environment

Build a great career with SALMON Healthcare and Retirement
To apply, please contact Bette Lotterman at email removed

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