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Lead Infant/Toddler Teacher

Community Action Partnership of Strafford County

Community Action Partnership of Strafford County is a 501(c)(3) private nonprofit organization established in 1965 under the provisions of the Equal Opportunity Act of 1964. We work with community, state and federal partners to assist children, families, low-income and elderly residents with their efforts to become or remain financially and socially independent through a variety of coordinated programs. Without the services provided by our agency, many local residents would be without a means to provide for their basic needs, including food, education, child care, utilities assistance, transportation, shelter and access to other services.

CAPSC offers a number of benefits including:
•Medical coverage
•Dental coverage
•Earned time-off
•Flexible spending accounts
•Vision care coverage
•Work/Life resources
•Employee and Dependent life insurance
•Disability insurance
•11 Paid Holidays a year

Job Summary

Provide a daily schedule of activities for play, meals, sleep, and toileting. Responsible for overall classroom management, health and safety of children in a childcare setting; implements Creative Curriculum in the classroom.


Qualifications and Skills

  • Per NH Child Care Licensing requirements, must be at least 21 years of age
  • High School Diploma
  • Minimum of 1,000 documented hours experience working with children in a licensed child care program
  • College courses totaling 18 credits in early childhood education, with three credits in child growth and development.
  • Interest and desire to interact and work with young children and adults.
  • Prior experience working with children and the commitment to continue training.
  • Reliable source of transportation, with insurance (100/300 liability minimum).
  • Computer Literate.
  • Current or able to obtain and maintain CPR and First Aid certification.
  • Able to lift 25-40 lbs.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Greet parents at arrival and departure times.
  • Act as primary caregiver to children assigned to you to support secure attachments and continuity of care.
  • Develop and maintain consistent routines (feeding, diapering, napping, etc.) and embed learning opportunities within those routines whenever possible.
  • Provide rich opportunities for sensory exploration, social interaction, and experimentation, problem-solving and making appropriate choices.
  • Implement Creative Curriculum for Infants, Toddlers, and Twos.
  • Utilize Teaching Strategies Gold to document child assessment data for child goal planning and reporting.
  • Eat with and assist children in development of social and self-help skills, and sound nutritional practices
  • Manage classroom operations; provide supervision, guidance and coaching to floats substitute staff and classroom volunteers
  • Write child progress reports, based on ongoing assessment and schedule individual parent conferences twice per year.
  • Keep complete and accurate records on the children.
  • Participate in monthly emergency practice drills.
  • Participate in Building Meetings and staff training.
  • Encourage parents to attend parent meetings and special events.
  • Report any problems to the Center Director.
  • Maintain and model good hygiene, appropriate dress (neat, clean and modest), and professional behavior to parents, staff and the community.

Maintain a positive and productive attitude regarding the Center and the CAP Agency when interacting both within the program and with the greater community.

How to Apply:

Please submit your resume to or apply through Indeed at the link below.

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Date Added: August 12, 2019

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