Career Crossings: 4/17/14

Published on: April 18, 2014

Filled Under: Career Crossings

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career crossingThis edition of Career Crossings includes career opportunities from Children of Tomorrow (Chanhassen) and a local family (Maplewood).

COT logoChildren of Tomorrow Learning Center is currently seeking qualified, energetic, loving individuals to join their team of professionals. They are now hiring for the following positions at the Chanhassen location:

  •         Lead Preschool Teacher
  •         Assistant Pre-K Teacher
  •         Assistant Toddler Teacher
  •         Part Time Aide

Join their team of skilled, caring, enthusiastic staff; dedicated to providing an exceptional childcare experience for children ages six weeks to nine years of age.  Work for a company that values and appreciates their employees hard work!

If you are creative, patient, fun and have a genuine LOVE of children and the education process, you belong at Children of Tomorrow.  Equally important, you must be an outstanding communicator, able to establish and maintain a positive rapport with parents.  Applicants are required to meet MN Rule 3 guidelines.  Previous childcare experience is necessary. Applications are available at www.childrenoftomorrow.com or contact Melissa Semira, Center Director at 952-448-7829.

Part-time NANNY – We are the parents of a fun-loving 3 year old boy (4 in July) with language and social delays (high-functioning autism).  We are looking for someone to work with him in our Maplewood home on Fridays from 12p-4pm starting in May.  Some prearranged weeks we would want you to stay until 8pm with him and his 2 older brothers (7 & 5) so mom and dad can have some time away.

The ideal candidate will be willing to establish a relationship with our son while gaining his parents’ trust.  We are looking for someone with energy and spontaneity, willing to engage him in play as much as possible.  We have a fenced back yard for outdoor play as weather permits.  He is a sweet, loving boy but needs patience and understanding as he works through his challenges. Please contact us for further information at cdickson@umich.edu

Disclaimer- Although we post the listings on our blog, we do not vouch for the integrity or quality of programs. It is suggested that applicants research the facility, their philosophy, etc. before accepting a position.

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