Job Openings

As a benefit of membership, Iowa AEYC posts job openings as a resource for the early care and education profession. Postings are listed for 30 days. To post an opening, you or someone working for the employer must be an active Iowa AEYC member.

Send requests to Pat Dautremont, Iowa AEYC's Membership Specialist, pat@iowaaeyc.org.

 
Infant Toddler Development Specialist – Hardin County
We’re looking for people with a passion for early childhood education to partner with parents of children from birth to age three enrolled in our home-based Early Head Start Program. Work with parents in their homes and help them write goals for their child based on his/her individual needs, interests, and learning styles. Plan and facilitate socializations – opportunities for children and parents to interact with one another in group settings. Full-time position with ongoing professional development opportunities and an excellent benefit package. $16.29 per hour.
Required: Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Human Services or related field.
Prefer:
   - Home visiting and/or experience working with children 0-5.
   - Bilingual English/Spanish
Closing Date:  Open until filled
NOTE:  Full-time employees may be eligible for a Federal Perkins Loan Forgiveness Program or Public Service Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Program.
Visit http://www.micaonline.org/jobs for a full job description and to submit an online application, cover letter and resume. Or send, fax or email cover letter and resume to: MICA, 1001 S. 18th Ave., Marshalltown, IA 50158; 641-352-5020; jobapp@micaonline.org or complete application at above address. Position open until filled. EOE
posted 2017.10.17
 
Infant/Toddler Teacher – University Community Childcare
Creating a nurturing and enriching environment in order for our community’s children to thrive.
Team up with our professional teaching staff to support the learning and development of young children. Gain early childhood knowledge and experience from working in an established high quality center accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Our teaching teams...
   - work in partnership with parents
   - create supportive environments
   - plan for all areas of children's development
   - encourage problem solving and use positive guidance
   - have access to plentiful supplies and professional resources
   - stay current with emerging best practices for young children
   - like knowing they make a difference in a child's life
   - solve problems together
UCC offers...
   - competitive pay 
   - guaranteed work hours
   - vacation and sick leave; paid holidays
   - orientation training 
   - continuing education opportunities
   - supportive team leaders
   - experienced team members
   - out-of-classroom planning time
   - positive work environment
   - "Wonderfully adorable and amazing children!"
Job qualifications…
   - Early Childhood Education or related coursework required
   - Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree preferred
   - 1-2 years of professional teaching experience preferred
Infant/Toddler Teacher Laura: 
"I like working at UCC because of the children and the families. It is very rewarding to be a part of a child’s life, even if it is for a brief time. I consider it a blessing to be able to see the milestones that children reach and be able to share that with their families. My hope is that I can make a difference in a child’s life or their family’s life. If we as teachers can give a child a good start and a solid foundation to build upon, they will have the rewards and successes of that for the rest of their lives."
To learn more about University Community childcare and to find the job application, please visit: www.universitycommunitychildcare.org
posted 2017.10.16
 
Floater Teacher – Iowa State University Child Development Laboratory School
The Child Development Laboratory School at Iowa State University is seeking applications for a full-time Early Childhood Teacher to provide a high quality care and education environment for a group of young children ages three- to five-years-old, including children with disabilities. Responsibilities include:
assist with the planning and implementation a developmentally appropriate curriculum;
assist in the communication with parents, Human Development & Family Studies (HDFS) faculty, administrators, and other professionals;
collaboration with HDFS faculty conducting research and fostering relationships with faculty in other departments for research purposes;
maintain the highest quality care and education through adherence to state, federal, and accreditation guidelines and standards;
serve as an extra set of hands in each of the classroom by floating from room to room;
substitute for the permanent classroom teachers as needed.
The Child Development Laboratory School has a five star QRS rating and is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education, early childhood education special education, or elementary education with an early childhood education endorsement.  Current state of Iowa teaching license in one of the above areas required.
The successful candidate will have the ability to balance the competing demands and needs of children, parents, practicum students, interns, student teachers, faculty, and researchers.
For more information and/or to apply for this opportunity, please go to our employment page at:
http://www.iastatejobs.com/postings/28914
posted 2017.10.04