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Career Posting – Lead Teacher, Louisville, KY

Lodgic Kids Camp is searching for Lead Teachers to be equal parts teacher, responsive caregiver, explorer, and all-round guide for children in the development of social and emotional competency.

Lead Teacher

The Role

Lodgic Kids Camp Lead Teachers report directly to the Lodgic Kids Camp Director, and in his/her absence reports to the delegated Administrator and/or Shift Lead. Under the direct supervision of the Center Director, the duties will include: welcoming children, teaching and caring for children, interacting with families, facilitating the daily curriculum, managing safety, overseeing meal and snack times, attending to special situations, proper implementation of the six Big Moose Heart Values and curriculum philosophy, as well as fostering positive relationships with parents and children to build trust and respect.

Core Job Responsibilities

Responsible for overall classroom management.
Manage the day-to-day classroom routine by following the classroom schedule.
Maintain health and safety standards within the classroom.
Maintain proper teacher to child ratios per state licensing requirements.
Responsible of the attendance counts of all children present.
Responsible for the delegation and completion of all Daily Duties during the scheduled shift.
Implement engaging activities consistent with the Kids Camp Curriculum and model the six Big Moose Heart Values in all aspects of the program.
Carry out personal care routines based on individual children’s needs that includes, but is not limited to, diapering, potty training, etc.
Act as a mediator between children when necessary.
• with Shift Lead Responsibilities

Assists Center Director with family enrollment, tours and sales.
Maintains staff-to-child ratios in a flexible enrollment environment.
Responsible for greeting and checking-in and out families.
Maintains daily communication with parents regarding children’s experiences and curriculum activities.
Duties

Demonstrate excellent communication and instructional skills.
Approach all interactions with a goal of fostering genuine warmth and hospitality among children, families, parents, and colleagues.
Understand and uphold all Lodgic Kids Camp policies, procedures, rules, and regulations. Role model these behaviors for fellow team members.
Observe and work with children to help them improve their social and emotional competencies to build self-esteem.
Encourage children to interact with each other and learn to problem solve.
Ability to maintain open communication between administrators, team members and families.
Ability to understand the principles of child development and developmentally appropriate practices.
Learn the skills needed to implement health, safety, nutrition, and sanitation state regulations for classrooms.
Shows respect and understanding of children’s individual learning styles.
Demonstrate the ability to manage multiple priorities and complete assigned tasks in a timely manner.
Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree from a college or university in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Special Education, Family and Child Development, or Child Psychology.

Must be at least 18 years old and have six hours of orientation and child development training in first three months of Employment.
Six hours of child development training within the first year and 12 hours of child development training after the first year, including but not limited to health, recognizing and reporting child abuse, safety, and sanitation.
Associate Degree (2-year degree) from an accredited college/university.

Must be at least 18 years old and have six hours of orientation and child development training in first three months of Employment.
Six hours of child development training within the first year and 12 hours of child development training after the first year, including but not limited to health, recognizing and reporting child abuse, safety, and sanitation.
Must be at least 18 years old and have six hours of orientation and child development training in first three months of Employment.
Six hours of child development training within the first year and 12 hours of child development training after the first year, including but not limited to health, recognizing and reporting child abuse, safety, and sanitation.
Benefits and Perks

Competitive pay.
Paid vacation, personal time, and holidays. (Full-Time Employees)
Basic life/AD&D, short-term and long-term disability, and employee assistance program; optional Blue Cross Blue Shield medical (PPO), dental, vision, voluntary life, critical illness, and accident insurance. (Full-Time Employees)
401(k) retirement savings plan through Voya (safe harbor and company match after one year).
50% off shift meal, plus 25% off all non-shift food & beverage purchases (up to three guests).
One complimentary Lodgic Workplace membership.
Lowest published package hourly rate and free enrollment at Lodgic Kids Camp.
Other Responsibilities
This job description excludes non-essential and marginal functions of the position that are incidental to the performance of the fundamental job duties.
Furthermore, the specific examples in each section are not intended to be all- inclusive. Rather, they represent the typical elements and criteria considered necessary to perform the job successfully. Other job-related duties may be assigned.

*Sign-on Bonus
$200 after training
$200 after 90 days

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $13-$14

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