Early Head Start Teacher
The EHS teacher has primary
responsibility for the appropriateness of the environment, the correctness and
completeness of assessments, screenings, and children’s records and supervision
of the EHS teacher assistant and/or caregiver.
The EHS teacher fulfills all duties
and responsibilities as caregiver for children assigned to his/her
1. Supervises and implements all
activities in the EHS environment.
2. Screens children using the
designated screening assessment tools.
3. Plans, evaluates and
individualizes designated curriculum.
4. Works with the EHS Manager to
facilitate a smooth operation of the EHS program.
5. Shares responsibility for the
professional development of the staff supervised
6. Collaborates with parents and
other EHS personnel to ensure children and parents have access to community
7. Performs related duties as needed
8. Must have the ability to
communicate with a variety of people, work independently and maintain strict
confidentiality of program data.
9. Must be cooperative and display a
positive attitude toward others and work as a team with other staff members.
10. Must exercise discretion and
sound judgment in the performance of assigned duties.
11. Must follow all PCA Head Start
policies and procedures.
12. Must be willing to do other tasks related to
working with infants and toddlers.
Requires a certificate in
Infant/Toddler or an associate degree in Early Childhood. Previous experience desired.