Diocesan Employment

St. Anthony  

Lead Teacher

Early LearningCenter 

Example of Responsibilities:

Model a variety of teaching methods that include a broad range of approaches and responses to support children’s learning. 

Use curriculum in all content and developmental areas as a flexible framework for teaching and to support the development of daily plans and learning experiences. 

Act as a team member to conceptualize and implement all new program components. 

Provide materials, activities, and experiences that promote development progress, and provide opportunities for exploration and learning experiences. 

Work to prevent challenging or disruptive behaviors through environmental design, schedules, effective transitions and engaging activities. 

Manage behaviors and implement classroom rules and expectations in a manner that is consistent and predictable. 

Develop and evaluate a plan for ongoing documentation and assessment of children’s developmental progress.  

Assist in ensuring program compliance with state licensing requirements. 

Work with families to help children participate successfully in the early childhood setting when professional values and practice differ from family values and practices. 

Maintain health and safety policies and practice universal precautions and infection control.  

Maintain communication between parents, their children, and the Center. 

Participate in staff meetings and in-service training sessions. 

Prepare, evaluates and maintains students’ records for the Early Learning Center (ELC) to meet all requirements of regulatory agencies, research projects, pre-service coordinators, and funding sources. 

Practice confidentiality in all matters related to staff and families as well as proprietary information regarding the operation of the ELC. 

Comply with ELC Departmental Policies. 

Perform other related duties as assigned. 


TECE 1 and 11 or

Associate’s degree     in early childhood education or other related discipline, plus three months of supervised student teaching or 12 months experience working with children in a group setting. Effective written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively with individuals from diverse ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.   

Successful completion of criminal background check, child protection and adult abuse registry checks, health examination and TB test.  


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