At Two Birds, we are continuously inspired by the working parenthood community: both by the parents who are pioneering a new future for work-life integration and by the team who helps support these parents. We are thrilled for you to become a part of that team and to work with us to execute our vision!
Teaching staff will work together to implement an emergent, project-based curriculum inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach, while engaging with families and maintaining full compliance with all relevant and applicable laws and requirements.
Our ideal candidates are caring, dedicated, and knowledgeable early childhood professionals who embrace the opportunity to share their skills and innovate the child care industry. As a new company, Two Birds is positioned to develop and implement quality and developmentally appropriate programs quickly that foster community while reflecting our mission. As a result, we rely on a talented team to work together seamlessly to create a center that incorporates quality care, technology, and a hands-on approach with its parents, children, and employees to redesign the traditional child care experience.
While the center will have capacity to serve 96 children between the ages of 6 weeks and 5 years old, the majority of children will be infants and toddlers when doors open in spring, 2019.
Essential functions include, but are not limited to • Creating positive, welcoming, and nurturing environments for children and their families • Supporting children with daily routines such as eating, sleeping, and diapering/toileting • Implementing a high quality, developmentally appropriate program that fosters community and reflects our mission • Building relationships with families and utilizing all available tools and resources to ensure ongoing and effective communication • Developing weekly lesson plans in accordance with curriculum guidelines • Providing opportunities for families to participate in learning opportunities with their children • Documenting children’s learning and development and tracking their progress • Participating in parent-teacher conferences • Maintaining a clean and safe learning environment in compliance with laws and regulations • Maintaining records • Meeting, planning, and collaborating regularly with other team members • Maintaining compliance with all Center policies and procedures • Participating in all required training and professional development opportunities
Essential Requirements • CDA (Infant-Toddler preferred); Bachelor’s or AA degree from college or university in Early Childhood Education or closely related field • 1 year of experience within early childhood care and education • Ability and dedicated interest in implementing new concepts to innovate and transform traditional child care practices while maintaining careful adherence to licensure and quality programming • Comfortable working on an entirely digital platform (or willing to learn) • Meets minimum preparation, experience and/or any state required credentials to comply with all applicable state regulations • Ability to lift and carry up to 40 pounds
Salary and Benefits Salaries are highly competitive and commensurate with education and experience. Generous benefits package is provided including health, dental, and vision insurance, paid holidays, two weeks of additional paid time off, and discounted gym membership.
About Two Birds
Two Birds was founded in 2017 to serve a growing community of parents who need flexible child care to align with their professional schedules. The company was born from its founders’ own experiences integrating professional and personal schedules as parents of children under one.At Two Birds, we are continuously inspired by the working parenthood community: both by the parents who are pioneering a new future for work-life integration and by those who help support these parents. Two Birds is not just a space, it’s a community.
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