LEAD TEACHERS AND ASSISTANT TEACHERS

LEAD TEACHERS AND ASSISTANT TEACHERS

QUALIFIED, AMBITIOUS TEACHERS AND ASSISTANTS

LITTLE EXPLORERS LEARNING ADVENTURES  IS LOOKING FOR QUALIFIED  AMBITIOUS TEACHERS AND ASSISTANTS THAT ARE WILLING TO PUT THEIR HEART 

AND SOLE INTO A BRAND NEW DAYCARE CENTER !!


JOB OPPORTUNITY: LEAD TEACHERS AND ASSISTANT TEACHERS

QUALIFICATIONS: POSTED BELOW

HOW TO APPLY: APPLICATION CAN BE PICKED UP OR EMAILED 

CONTACT INFO: JODI HEUERMAN, 815-310-5950/815-973-3317, jodi@yourlittleexplorers.com, 200 S. 5TH STREET OREGON, ILLINOIS 61061


LICENSING STANDARDS FOR DAY CARE CENTERS October 16, 2020 – P.T. 2020.17 Illinois Department of Children and Family Services Rules 407 – (36) Section 407.140 Qualifications for Early Childhood Teachers and School-age Workers


 a) Early childhood teachers and school-age workers shall be at least 19 years of age.

 b) Early childhood teachers and school-age workers shall have a high school diploma or equivalency certificate (GED). 

c) In addition to meeting the requirements of Section 407.100, the early childhood teacher responsible for a group of children that includes infants, toddler or  preschool age children shall have achieved: 

1) Sixty semester hours (or 90 quarter hours) of credits from an accredited college or university with six semester or nine quarter hours in courses related directly to child care and/or child development, from birth to age six; or

 2) One year (1560 clock hours) of child development experience in a nursery school, kindergarten, or licensed day care center and 30 semester hours (or 45 quarter hours) of credits from an accredited college or university with six semester or nine quarter hours in courses related directly to child care and/or child development, from birth to age six; or

 3) Completion of credentialing programs approved by the Department in accordance with Appendix G of this Part. 

d) School-age workers shall be at least 19 years of age and at least five years older than the oldest child with whom they work.

 e) In addition to meeting the requirements of Section 407.100, the newly employed school-age worker responsible for a group of school-age children shall have achieved:

 1) Thirty semester hours (or 45 quarter hours) of credit from an accredited college or university with six semester hours (or nine quarter hours) related to school-age child care, child development, elementary education, physical education, recreation, camping or other related fields; or

 2) 1560 clock hours of experience in a recreational program or licensed day care center serving school-age children or a license exempt school-age child care program operated by a public or private school, and six semester hours (or nine quarter hours) of credit from an accredited college or university related to school-age child care, child development, elementary education, physical education, recreation, camping or other related fields; or

 3) A high school diploma or equivalency certificate plus 3120 clock hours of experience in a recreational program, kindergarten, or licensed day care center serving school-age children or a license exempt school-age child care program operated by a public or private school. 


LICENSING STANDARDS FOR DAY CARE CENTERS October 16, 2020 – P.T. 2020.17 Illinois Department of Children and Family Services Rules 407 – (37)

 f) Completion of a training program accredited by the American Montessori Society or Association Montessori International may be substituted for the courses directly related to child care and/or child development required by this Section. Persons holding a Montessori pre-primary credential may supervise children through age six. Persons holding a Montessori primary or elementary credential may supervise children six years of age or older. 

g) Persons who were deemed qualified as a child care worker or school-age worker prior to January 1, 1985, continue to be deemed qualified as an early childhood teacher or school-age worker.

 h) Early childhood teachers and school-age workers shall be responsible for the planning and supervision of a group of children. Early childhood workers and school-age workers shall also be responsible for supervising persons assigned to assist their group who are not similarly qualified. 


Section 407.150 Qualifications for Early Childhood Assistants and School-age Assistants 


a) Early childhood assistants shall meet the requirements of Section 407.100, with the exception of subsection (b).

 b) Early childhood and school-age assistants shall have a high school diploma or equivalency certificate (GED).

 c) Early childhood assistants shall work under the direct supervision of an early childhood teacher or school-age worker and shall not assume full responsibility for a group of children, except as allowed by Section 407.190(e)(2)

. d) School-age assistants shall work under the direct supervision of a school-age worker and shall not assume full responsibility for a group of children, except as allowed by Section 407.90(e)(2). 

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