LeadTeacher/Co-Director

Full Time

Website Wilmot Learning Place

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES ● Creating and maintaining curriculum ● Developing relationships with, and meeting with our families to provide open communication and support of their children's learning and developmental needs ● Overseeing staff through positive mentorship, training, and maintaining critical staffing requirements for licensure, as well as tracking and submitting payroll ● Coordinating maintenance of facilities to provide a safe and state approved learning environment ● Keeping up with state and CDC regulations, and visits from health, fire and safety inspectors ● Maintaining an organized classroom record keeping system ● Attending monthly staff and BoD meetingsQUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS ● BA, AS, CDA, or current DoE certification in Early Childhood Education, or displayed ability to become licensed within 1 year, or otherwise meet the criteria for a center director as outlined in NH Code of Administrative Rules, section He-C 4002.32 Requirements for Child Care Personnel in Center Based Programs ● Understanding of NH DoE Early Childhood education/private childcare center standards ● CPR/AED/First Aid (American Red Cross) certification (by September 2022) ● Clear background checks including fingerprint, CHRI, National Sex Offender Registry, etc. ● Excellent communication skills across multiple platforms; meeting with prospective and current families, staff meetings, crafting newsletters and enrollment packages.

DESCRIPTION

Lead Classroom Teacher and Co-Director of The Wilmot Learning Place, in Wilmot, NH
The Wilmot Learning Place is a small, fully licensed, non-profit preschool for children ages 3-5
located in the Wilmot Community Association building. For 40 years, The WLP has prided itself
on providing high quality, well-rounded, and creative curriculum to address each child’s
intellectual and social well-being. The WLP offers full and half day programming, from early
September thru the end of May.

As Lead Teacher and Co-Director you will maintain the daily operations of the program,
including interaction with children, families and staff; curriculum planning and instruction;
registration and enrollment; and all necessary certifications and licensure. Your expertise will
be valued and respected. You will be supported in the classroom by an experienced assistant
teacher, and administratively by a volunteer Board of Directors comprised of parents and
community members.