Child Start

Teacher - Early Head Start

Job Locations US-KS-Wichita
Job ID
# of Openings
Salary Range
USD $14.52/Hr. to USD $16.94/Hr.
Hours Per Week
Weeks Per Year


Targeted State Date: June 22, 2020


Manage and supervise children's learning environment. Plan lessons and activities for children and teach those lessons. Observe children and adapt lessons to their level. Work with co-teacher and volunteers. Participate in professional development activities.




  • Writes, carry out and adapt lesson plans that include individualized plans for each child.
  • Encourages children to try new learning activities.
  • Carefully observes and documents observations of children upon arrival, and report any unusual circumstances (bruises, inappropriate dress, signs of illness, etc.).
  • Reports suspected Abuse/ Neglect to DCF and supervision and submit SCAN (Suspected Child Abuse or Neglect) report to DCF, EC Manager and Health Manager if anything is amiss.
  • Under guidance of Early Childhood Manager, assesses each child’s development initially and update assessment throughout the school year.
  • Reviews the curriculum continually and write weekly lesson plans that incorporate all areas of child development (social/emotional development, physical and cognitive language development).
  • Documents daily attendance, children’s meal participation, and fluoride administration.
  • Inventories and requests needed classroom supplies from the Early Childhood Manager
  • Assists with general maintenance and routine center activities.
  • Assists with recruiting and health screenings of children.



  • Child Development Associate (CDA),
  • 6 months of related experience working with infants and toddlers.
  • The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 30 pounds for various classroom and event needs or put a child on a changing table.


  • Associates OR Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education.


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