Action for Children has launched the Central Ohio Child Care Job Board for open positions in Franklin, Fairfield, Delaware, Licking, Madison, Union, and Pickaway counties.

This is a place for child care providers to post open jobs and for out-of-work child care professionals to find open positions. We hope you find this job board a useful tool in helping you make important decisions about your career as an early learning professional.

If you are a provider and would like to submit a position, please use this form.
For questions regarding the job board contact childcarejobs@actionforchildren.org.

 
 

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BUS DRIVER

Child Development Council of Franklin County


Great Benefits, paid vacation, spring & winters off paid, 12 paid holidays, tuition assistance, professional development and more!!

Operates assigned bus on a regular route to safely transport children to/from Head Start centers. Uses established procedures and performs daily pre-trip inspection of bus and takes actions as necessary to ensure safe operations. Completes department paperwork correctly and submit by deadline. Observes children on bus for any abuse, neglect, or illness and follows procedures to report and respond to observations. Maintain interior cleanliness of vehicle, floor, windows, trash, personal belongings, etc. Sweeps bus floor daily, cleans interior weekly and exterior when weather permits. Ensures assigned bus has at least a ½ tank of fuel before parking at the end of each day. Wears neat, clean and freshly pressed transportation related shirt, while transporting children. Wears agency picture ID badge at all times. Follows department accident reporting procedures. Displays basic map reading and directional routing skills. Teach school bus safety to children. Participates in screening, training, agency activities and field trips as assigned. Maintains positive public relations skills. Must complete the “walk back” procedure every time after transporting children.
Covers Food Service Driver routes, when needed.

June 06, 2022


COOK

Child Development Council of Franklin County


Great Benefits, 2 weeks vacation, winter & spring off, 12 paid holidays, tuition assistance, professional development and more!

Prepares and cooks a variety of foods in large (200+) quantities in accordance with planned menus, food manufacturer’s cooking or re-heating instructions, and standardized recipes. Prepares and cooks adequate amount of foods, per Daily Food Production Record. Follows the daily work schedule and satisfactorily fulfills the daily assignments and established cleaning duties. Adheres to the established procedures specified in the Food Safety and Sanitation Management Process manual. Assists in receiving and storing incoming food and supplies, as needed. Performs dish washing duties, as needed. Cleans and organizes the storage areas for pots, pans, ladles, chopping boards, and other cookware. Operates or uses large and small kitchen equipment correctly or according to the manufacturer’s operation instructions. Reports any unsafe condition or situation at workplace occurred during the hours of operation to the Lead Cook. Assists and participates in at least one collaborative nutrition related classroom activity with Education Services. Completes annually 15 professional development contact hours. Participates and assists in departmental and agency projects as assigned, and in food service related workshops and department meetings, as needed.

June 06, 2022


ASSISTANT TEACHER

Child Development Council of Franklin County


Great Benefits, need FT & PT Teacher Assistants, two weeks vacation, winter & spring breaks, 12 paid holidays, tuition assistance, professional development and more!!

Assists the teacher in creating a nurturing learning environment that supports the social-emotional, cognitive, and physical and language development of children ages 3-5. Monitors all indoor and outdoor learning environments to ensure the safety and supervision of children at all times. Prepares classroom for meals, story time, snack time and performs other activities to assist the teacher in the implementation of daily schedule. Ensures classroom is set up and materials are prepared for children’s arrival on a daily basis. Conducts and documents developmental, speech, and behavioral screenings for children. Provides classroom leadership in the absence of the teacher to ensure consistency of the daily schedule, implementation of the lesson plan and other activities. Participates in weekly lesson plan development with teaching team. Completes written observations and anecdotal notes, and enters documentation of child progress, attendance, etc. utilizing agency technology tools. Participates in the center Child and Family Review (CFR), IFSP, parent meetings and transition process to share pertinent information about the child and family with other staff. Provide daily routine care for the needs of children ages 3-5, including diapering, feeding and safe sleep practices. Provides opportunities to actively encourage parents’ participation in the child’s education and development through parent engagement, parents as partners’ activities, volunteer in-kind hours and parent meetings. Assists with scheduling and completion of parent/teacher conferences and making home visits. Actively engages with children, staff members and communicates with parents.
Attends workshops and training programs to improve skills, increase awareness and enhance knowledge of center operations. May be required to travel to other centers to provide coverage based on agency needs. Report all cases of suspected child abuse/neglect to Franklin County Children Services according to agency procedures and the Ohio Revised Code Section 2151.421.

June 06, 2022


LEAD TEACHER

Child Development Council of Franklin County


Great Benefits, two week vacation, winter & spring break off, 12 paid holidays, tuition assistance, professional development and more,

Plans, prepares and conducts activities to create a nurturing learning environment and provide children with classroom experiences that enrich social, cognitive, physical and emotional development utilizing appropriate early childhood education practices. Monitors all indoor and outdoor learning environments to ensure the safety and supervision of children at all times. Establishes and implements procedures for ongoing observations utilizing outcome data related to child performance. Responsible for recording and evaluating children’s growth and development to ensure that appropriate activities are planned and executed to meet individual needs. Plans, schedules and conducts parent conferences and home visits. Provides opportunities to actively encourage parents’ participation in the child’s education and development through parent engagement, parents as partners activities, volunteer in-kind hours and parent meetings. Arranges and monitors classroom to ensure that material and equipment are safe and developmentally appropriate. Provides guidance to Teacher Assistant, volunteers and other classroom personnel to ensure activities are conducted in accordance the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework. Conducts and documents developmental, speech, and behavioral screenings for children. Updates and assists in the maintenance of child records to ensure reporting and licensing requirements are met. Completes written observations and anecdotal notes, and enters documentation of child progress, attendance, etc. utilizing agency technology tools. Actively participates in center-based service coordination through attendance at IEP, MDT, CFR and parent meetings along with designated agency staff. Attends workshops and training programs to improve skills, increase awareness and enhance knowledge. May be required to travel to other centers to provide coverage based on agency needs. Reports all cases of suspected child abuse/neglect to Franklin County Children Services according to agency procedures and the Ohio Revised Code Section 2151.421.

June 06, 2022


LEAD TEACHER

Perkins' Playhouse & Learning Center Inc.


Prefer an individual (s) with a Career Pathway Level 2 or higher through OCCRRA. Lead Toddler Teacher will be looked upon as children(s) 18months to 3years of age daily primary caregiver, must have:
Good and consistent classroom management
Willing to potty-train
Have good verbal and written skills. Comfortable with typing.
Be familiar with Teaching Strategies/ Creative Curriculum ,
Individual must be willing to be a TEAM PLAYER, and implement ODJFS childcare licensing rules and regulations as well as uphold PPLC’s policies and Step Up to Quality requirements, to maintain employment. This position can be part-time or full-time.

PPLC has been in business for 30years! We are a star rated 3 center. PPLC is looking for individual(s) who wants to join our team! Therefore, they love working with children. PPLC offers paid holidays, vacation/sick time, childcare discounts, and a flexible work schedule for individual(s) working towards their CDA or degree in Early Childhood!

June 06, 2022


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