MCC seeks a Teacher for the Early Head Start program to assist with the implementation of the education program as outlined in both the adopted curriculum and the Head Start Performance Standards. Some of the EHS teacher responsibilities includes communicating daily with parents and staff regarding educational strengths and/or concerns of enrolled children, writing daily lesson plans and individualized daily schedules for each child, recording daily observations and conducts quarterly home visits.
Qualified candidates will have at minimum a CDA in Infant Toddler; Associates or Bachelors in Early Childhood Education with at least 18 credits in Infant/Toddler Development. Prior Experience working with children ages birth to three years old.
Please provide a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and three written references.
Since 1980, Maternity Care Coalition has assisted more than 100,000 families throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania, focusing particularly on neighborhoods with high rates of poverty, infant mortality, health disparities, and changing immigration patterns. We know a family’s needs change as they go through the pregnancy and their child’s first years and we offer a range of services and programs for every step along the way.
The mission of Maternity Care Coalition is to improve the health and well-being of pregnant women and parenting families, and enhance school readiness for children 0-3.
MCC envisions an equitable future where all families are healthy and connected, with all children thriving and ready to learn.
As a result, all families and individuals are healthy, connected and economically self-sufficient and all children thrive and are ready to learn.
Our Core Values
Achievement: We believe that individual growth is directly related to the success of the organization. Therefore, we are committed to fostering an environment where our staff has the resources and support to do the best in their jobs while strengthening and encouraging families.
Integrity: At MCC we are honest and trustworthy. We are true to our values and conduct ourselves according to our professional ethics. Our principles guide our work and interactions with others.
Inclusion: We respect and value the diversity of individuals, families and communities. We are committed to exploring, learning from and including different beliefs, ideas and experiences in our organization’s interactions and practices.
Empowerment: MCC supports individuals in recognizing their strengths and choices and in making decisions. We nurture respectful relationships, inspire confidence and encourage voices to be heard. We provide tools so that people can successfully accomplish goals.
Innovation: We are creative and forward thinking. We welcome curiosity and the exploration of new approaches to achieving organizational goals as we advance our mission.
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