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Infant Toddler Teacher

Department: Education 0-3
Location: Madison, WI


  • Health, dental, vision
  • vacation and sick time
  • 403(b) match after 2 years
  • company paid life insurance and long term disability
  • paid continuing education
  • no weekends or holiday work
  • Flexible spending accounts

Hours: 40 hours/week 
Status: Full Year
Location: South Madison

Pay: $15.56 to $17.68 per hour, depending on education

The Infant / Toddler Teacher will plan, design and implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum for enrolled children, serve as primary child care provider for children 0 to 3 years old enrolled in Reach Dane infant / toddler centers, and provide supervision, performance feedback and scheduling for reporting staff. The Infant / Toddler Teacher will comply with all licensing and Head Start requirements, follow familiesí cultural values and practices in caring for their children, exhibit respect for parents and reinforce their vital role as the primary educator of their children, and assure licensing requirements are met and that the environment is clean and safe. They will also act as a positive liaison between community agencies, providing services to children and guidance to families.


  • Minimum educational requirement of an Associateís degree in Early Childhood Education or a Bachelorís degree in Early Childhood Education or in a related field that includes 18 credits in Early Childhood Education / Development

  • Ability to apply Early Childhood Development theory in daily classroom activities, and adapt to the individuals needs of children

  • Bilingual, particularly Spanish and / or Hmong is desirable

  • Possess the ability to supervise young children ages 0 to 3 and assure their safety

  • Excellent communication skills, especially good listening skills

  • Experience working with low-income, multicultural environments is a plus

  • Have a valid Wisconsin Driver's License, motor vehicle and adequate liability insurance as required by agency policy and state liability regulations

  • Secure registry certificate within 90 days of employment

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