Jean Tyson Child Development Study Center
The Teaching Associate will work as a team member to develop predictable, yet flexible, routines and rituals that support children and families. The Teaching Associate, who may work with children eight weeks to five years, will collaboratively design and implement a developmentally appropriate, emergent, and play-based curriculum for children. The Teaching Associate will follow all licensing requirements and model nationally recommended practices for children, colleagues, university students, families, and other school visitors. The Teaching Associate will document and communicate the development of children by engaging in activities that include, but are not limited to: completing program-adopted assessment practices, collecting artifacts of learning, preparing weekly journals of classroom experiences, conducting parent-teacher conference, and maintain classroom and children’s portfolios. The Teaching Associate will also model for and mentor new teaching staff including part-time employees, undergraduate students, and aides.
Regular, reliable, and non-disruptive attendance is an essential job duty, as is the ability to create and maintain collegial, harmonious working relationships with others.
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We are looking for individuals with the enthusiasm, education, experience, and dedication to work with our youngest citizens. If you think you would be a strong member of our team please apply.
Please use the following site to apply if you are not an employee of the University of Arkansas.
If you are an employee of the University of Arkansas you must apply as an internal candidate through the Workday system.