Early Head Start 1005 Grant St Buffalo, New York, 14207 Google Maps
YWCA Western New York is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Our vision is a thriving community without divide.
YWCA WNY supports over 3,400 women, children and families annually. Our programs help women attain self- sufficiency, help teens unlock their potential and build a path to success, help seniors secure safe, affordable housing that keeps them connected to the community, and help children grow in healthy, nurturing and enriched environments. We help people help themselves.
The Lead Teacher works in partnership with the Center Director and Early Head Start staff to create a program that addresses the individual needs of the children assigned to her/his care. The Lead Teacher is responsible for observing and monitoring student activity at all times; must be constantly aware of the locations of students and keep them in line of sight. Through this observation, they must be able to recognize inappropriate behavior and use age-appropriate classroom management techniques to maintain structure and safety. The Lead Teacher is responsible for creating and implementing weekly lesson plans using provided curriculum, as well as complete all required assessments. The Lead Teacher is a dynamic person who is able to work in a fast-paced, evolving environment. Exceptional communication and organizational skills are essential.
Preferred associate degree in Early Childhood Development, minimum requirement of a Child Development Associate Credential
**COVID-19 Vaccination required
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