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The Beehive
Lead Teacher
Posted on 3/4/2022
INACTIVE
Locations
Denver, CO, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Leadership
Management
Requirements
  • Associate's degree or equivalent credits in ECE, Elementary Education, Special Education, Family and Child Development or Child Psychology. Bachelor's degree in ECE or related field preferred
  • ECT qualified
  • 1 or more years of experience working with young children in a licensed setting
  • Willingness to work with children in an expansive environment
  • Flexible availability 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday - Friday
  • Prolonged periods standing and walking throughout the classroom
  • Must be able to sit and stand on the floor throughout the day, and bend, kneel, or squat to be at eye level with children
  • Must be able to lift up to 35 lbs. approximately 100 times per day/shift
  • Consistent with its duty to provide and maintain a safe and healthy workplace, The Beehive has adopted a COVID-19 policy to safeguard the health and well-being of our employees, Beehive families, and visitors from the community. As a prospective and/or a new employee of The Beehive, you will be required to comply with our protocol. As a condition of your employment, you must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by your first day of work
Responsibilities
  • Join and support a team committed to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment
  • Encourage and foster an inviting, warm and nurturing learning environment
  • Collaborate with leadership and your classroom team to think in a new and different way about employer-based child care
  • Help define and implement a play-based general educational curriculum with developmentally appropriate practices to address physical, emotional, social and cognitive needs of children
  • Collaborate with staff to develop positive learning activities; manage adherence to state and local regulations
  • Assist in selecting resources for and setting up classrooms
  • Use the brightwheel app to supervise daily student activities and progress and share with families
  • Develop and maintain the beehive community with staff and families
  • Participate in robust professional learning on site in all aspects of early childhood education to grow your own skills as a learner and a leader
  • Mentor and train new staff as needed
  • Ensure child safety in the classroom, outdoor space and in common areas
  • Experience in play-based education including Reggio Emilia inspired and RIE curriculums
  • An understanding of Colorado Licensing Rules and Regulations for childcare centers
  • A passion for individual children's development as they learn and grow
  • Flexibility and patience to work in a fast-paced, fun, and collaborative new environment
  • Nurturing and caring approach to working with children
  • Strong time management skills
Guild Education

501-1,000 employees

Education and upskilling platform
Company Overview
Guild is on a mission to unlock opportunity for America's workforce through education.
Benefits
  • Be an owner - Every employee is granted equity in Guild with a 4-year vesting schedule as well as a 401(k).
  • Prioritize your time - We offer generous parental leave, PTO, and onsite daycare for Denver-based employees
  • Have a learner's mindset - Guild offers student loan reimbursement, 100% tuition assistance for your first bachelor’s degree, and $10K/year toward additional education.
  • Take care of yourself - Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision plans because we care about the health and well-being of all Guild employees.
Company Values
  • Nurture a Learner’s Mindset - We are fueled by curiosity, consciously seeking to make ourselves, each other, and the work continuously better.
  • Create Belonging - We believe that belonging is essential to business. We are cultivating a community rooted in diversity and respect with heart and commitment, that’s in service of both our culture and all of our stakeholders.
  • Build Shared Success - At Guild, success is not a zero sum game. We strive for the win-wins in both our work and in our impact, knowing we deliver the best outcome when we collaborate together and assume positive intent from all.
  • Be an Owner - We each own a piece of Guild – as owners, we take responsibility today and always for our voices, actions and long term impact.