The Coggeshall Club
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Part Time Infant and Toddler Caregivers

Job Title(s): Part Time Infant and Toddler Caregiver(s)

Reports To: Child Development Director

Location: Middletown, Rhode Island

Summary of Position(s):  

The Coggeshall Club is looking for nurturing childcare professionals to become the heart of our exciting play based child development program. Focused on enriching the day to day lives of children from 6 weeks to 4 years of age, we are currently hiring both full and part time roles. A part time teacher within our program will be responsible for caregiving, developmental observations, delivery of age appropriate/individually suited curriculum and facilitating a nurturing and supportive relationship with our community of parents. Our program aligns with Rhode Island Early Learning Development Standards and is enhanced by our focus on play based learning. 

Our goal at the Coggeshall Club is to positively enhance our community of families live’s the second they walk through our doors. If you are a loving, nurturing and compassionate person who has a deep interest in enriching the lives of our next generation during their critically important first five years of life, you will be a great fit for our team. 

Essential Job Functions:

The responsibilities of this position will include, but will not be limited to the following:

Early Childhood Programming

  • Ensure the safety of the children within the inside and outside environments at all times.

  • Establish partnerships with families that are respectful of individual differences, family styles and cultural/socio-economic diversity.

  • Follow all DCYF regulations and center policies

  • Implement a Developmentally Appropriate Infant/Toddler program in accordance with the policies and philosophy of The Coggeshall Club and the curriculum objectives.

  • Observe children on a regular basis and record observations.

  • Positively impact the lives of children and families every day.

  • Executing a curriculum that aligns with the RIELDS

  • Preparing, serving and cleaning up snacks and parent provided meals

  • Changing Diapers

  • Bending, kneeling, lifting and sitting on the floor

  • Appropriately interacting with children throughout the day

  • Maintaining cleanliness in the classroom and ancillary spaces 

  • Communicating with families and supporting parents as their children develop

  • Filling out daily reports and other documentation

  • Following through with daily lesson plans

  • Attending monthly staff meetings

  • Creating a yearly professional development plan and annually completing 20 hours of professional development

Interactions with Children

  • Communicate with children and families in a positive manner helping to bolster their confidence

  • Treat each child with dignity and respect, helping bolster their confidence as they learn to navigate into their ever expanding world.

  • Nurture children as they develop into responsible integral members of the group and community

  • Be approachable and accessible in order for children to become actively engaged in problem solving in the environment

  • Utilize developmentally appropriate guidance practices for infants and toddlers

  • Encourage children to be responsible for their actions

Interactions with Parents

  • Establish regular communication with parents regarding their child’s progress in the program or on specific issues arise

  • Always remember that a parent’s day likely started well before they arrive at our doorstep, patience and grace are key ingredients to trusting relationships within our community

  • Partner with parents to create an easy transition into the program

  • Create an environment that embraces open communication with families

  • Facilitate quarterly parent meetings and other parent involvement activities

  • Provide Early Childhood/community resources as needed

Interactions with Staff

  • Attend and participate in all staff meetings.

  • Attend In-Service trainings and workshops.

  • Be courteous and respectful of peers.

  • Direct issues to the appropriate persons in a timely manner.

Physical Requirements

  • Able to observe and respond to children’s needs, emergencies and/or conflicts that might occur during the day.

  • Able to supervise children outside being out in the sun, snow and changing temperatures.

  • Able to lift up to 40 pounds from the floor to waist high table.

  • Able to push a cart/buggy/stroller weighing up to 100 pounds for up to 3 miles.

  • Able to walk or run as job dictates.

  • Able to kneel down to children eye level.

  • Able to sit on the floor to work with children.

  • Able to react to a child that is up to 30 feet away within 30 seconds.

  • Able to carry a child up to 40 pounds, up to 100 feet.

  • Able to respond to children’s first aid needs (inside or outside) which may include cuts, bruises, blood/body fluids.

  • Extremely patient and able to deal effectively with the stress involved in working daily with children, staff and parents.

Minimum Job Qualifications:

  • Associates Degree or degree in progress towards Early Childhood Education 

  • Two +  years of experience working with children 

  • Successful completion of all State Required Health and Background screenings

  • Successful completion RI Early Learning Development Standards Certificate Level 1 or higher. 

  • Knowledge of Creative Curriculum, ECERS, TSG, and CLASS accreditation criteria is recommended.

  • Successful completion of Social Services core classes (Child Abuse and Neglect, SIDS, CPR/First Aid, Communicable Diseases, Nutrition, Child Development) within 90 days of date of hire.

  • Working knowledge of personal computers with experience in the use of Word, Excel and Outlook

  • Able to work in collaboration with classroom team

  • Ability to demonstrate flexibility on the job

  • Demonstrate initiative, is conscientious and provides complete follow-through on areas of responsibility

  • Other duties as assigned

Preferred Job Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of PRAXIS early childhood exam.

  • AA/BA in Child Development/Early Childhood Education.

Employee Conduct:

It is the responsibility of every employee to contribute to a positive work environment through cooperation and professional interactions with co-workers, customers and vendors.

About The Coggeshall Club

Founded by working families with children under 5, The Coggeshall Club provides its members with a nurturing child development program for kids ranging from 6 weeks through 4 years. We also offer parents and caregivers access to on site inspiring and well appointed workspace, conference, call and community space. Our club rounds out our three core offerings with fitness, we have an “on your time” fitness suite which includes Peloton Bikes, streaming yoga, strength and fitness classes as well as cardio and rowing machines. All members receive the above included in their customizable monthly membership fee and have a range of additional support available to them in order to take the stress out of the incredibly important first handful of years as a family. Our goal is to take the stress out of some of the more regular daily tasks by innovating the way we work and live.

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