The Bay Area Kinderstube is seeking a part-time German-speaking Preschool Teacher! We are looking for an experienced and engaged educator to join our team. If you are interested to enhance our program with your unique talents and creativity; you are committed to ongoing professional growth and like to collaborate with your team members please send us your cover letter, resume, credentials, evaluations and other inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org We are looking forward to receiving your application
AREAS of RESPONSIBILITY
Assist in providing instructional activities and opportunities that foster German language skills and encourage curiosity, exploration, and problem solving appropriate to the developmental levels and learning styles of children.
Assist in planning and preparing classroom; provide a supportive environment in which children can learn and practice appropriate individual and group behavior.
Assist in the supervision and oversee safety of the children, from the time of arrival to parent pick-up, both inside and outside the building.
Maintain open and cooperative communication with parents/caregivers and families.
Assist in planning and implementation of cultural celebrations that are an accessory part of the program (Laternenfest, Winterspiel, Spring Breakfast, Mother’s / Father's Day and Graduation celebration).
Change diapers of younger children; support efforts of the parent/caregiver in toilet training.
Assist in administration of snack and supervision of lunch.
Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
In fulfillment of the mission of Bay Area Kinderstube, the German language is to be used as the language of instruction with all participating children
REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT
Native speaker of German or can prove language mastery through documentation of German language coursework at the postsecondary level
Proof of a current certification or concurrent enrollment in Child and Infant First Aid and CPR classes, as well as Preventive Health & Safety in Preschool Setting
Complete a health screening prior to employment and take a tuberculosis test and proper immunization required by Licensing
Additional Salary Information: BENEFITS AND PAY
Hourly wage is competitive and depends on education and experience. Teachers who work a minimum of 21 hours a week are eligible to receive individual employee health benefits. Eligible employees may elect to enroll in any combination of medical, dental, and/or vision plans available. Eligible employees will be offered $300 a month applicable toward monthly healthcare benefits premium expenses. Teachers receive up to 160 hours annually of paid vacation during the school vacation weeks between each of the school semesters, in accordance with the work schedule (typically December/January and August). Teachers also receive the following paid holidays when scheduled to work on any of the following days: Labor Day, Thanksgiving Break, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents Day, Easter Break, Memorial Day, and Independence Day. Teachers may also receive 80 sick/personal leave hours per year and up to 21 hours of paid educational leave per year.
About Bay Area Kinderstube
The Bay Area Kinderstube (BAKS) located in Albany, California, has provided a warm, loving, play-based preschool education to German-speaking families for over 25 years. BAKS is a German-language immersion preschool program dedicated to fostering support of the German language in the lives of children between the ages of 2.5 and 5 years. Our mission is to make German language development an integral part of the social-emotional, physical, and cognitive development of the child. The BAKS program seeks to stimulate language ability through play and theme-based preschool activities. The language of instruction and interaction with the children is exclusively German. BAKS does not discriminate on the basis of nationality, race or religion.
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