Infant/Toddler Teacher – Early Head Start

Infant/Toddler Teacher (Early Head Start)

  • Coordinate and implement Early Head Start and other child development curriculum..
  • Provide supervision, role modeling, support, and encourage professional development of all child care staff and volunteers.
  • Assess and monitor developmental level of each child, facilitate referral for evaluations as necessary.
  • Ensure completion of all paperwork on a timely basis including but not limited to attendance, meal counts, lesson plans, daily health checks, fire drill records, narratives and daily notes.
  • Assist in the orientation and training of staff members regarding room, center and agency policies, procedures and expectations.
  • Actively participate in all required meetings including initial orientations, supervision, team meetings, staff meetings, in-services and training sessions.
  • Engage in ongoing teacher/parent communication to facilitate parent participation and involvement.
  • Assist in center, department and agency tasks and activities as assigned including clerical billing.


  • 9 Credits in early childhood development, Associates/Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • 1 or more years experience working or volunteering with children.
  • Experience with child development practices and fostering parent/teacher communication.


  • Ability to physically negotiate all child care responsibilities for children ages 6 weeks to 3 years to include: lifting; carrying, feeding, bathing, sitting on the floor, walking, toileting and ability to react to urgent health and safety circumstances.
  • Background clearance including criminal, sex offender, child abuse, and drug screening.

For more details, view the Salvation Army PDF:

Salvation Army Infant-Toddler Teacher

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