Lawrence Township (Geist) Careers

The Goddard School is a wonderful place for you to cultivate your career as you enrich the lives of children through fun learning experiences.

Positions we currently have available:

An Assistant Toddler Teacher at the Goddard School is responsible for establishing and maintaining a safe, healthy and nurturing learning environment. Additionally, a Toddler Teacher is responsible for working together with a Co-Teacher and in conjunction with the entire faculty. A Toddler Teacher’s responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following: Establish and maintain a safe, healthy and nurturing learning environment. • Develop an appropriate classroom management system to support the goals and developmental level of the children in the classroom • Promote healthy eating practices at lunch and snack times • Post a classroom schedule that meets the needs of the children and includes a routine and learning opportunities • Post and adhere to all Goddard Health and Safety policies and procedures Advance children’s physical and intellectual competence. • Adapt program to meet the individual needs of each child • Create a multi-cultural learning environment • Interact with the children to support play, exploration and learning • Present age-and developmentally-appropriate expectations for all children • Encourage creativity through art, music, dramatic play and blocks Support each child’s social and emotional development and provide positive guidance. • Plan and implement activities to develop children’s self-esteem and social skills • Encourage empathetic and respectful feelings for others, as well as the environment, through positive modeling • Respect cultural and ethnic diversity Establish positive and effective family relations. • Communicate, in a professional manner, with families and faculty • Provide opportunities (e.g., conferences) for families to be a part of their children’s learning experiences • Prepare a Daily Activity Report for each child • Maintain a portfolio of achievement for each child Ensure an effective program, responsive to children’s needs. • Write and implement lesson plans based on developmental goals and monthly themes • Perform and document child portfolio observations • Use assessment tools (e.g., Progress Reports, Children’s Progress Assessment, etc.) Maintain professional commitment at all times. • Promote Goddard's philosophy and educational objectives • Support a code of ethical conduct • Pursue professional development/continuing education • Attend faculty meetings, in-service days, conferences and professional growth opportunities Educational Qualifications All candidates who wish to be considered for the position of Toddler Teacher must meet the following criteria: • Prior Classroom Experience • Demonstrated knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices • Strong written and communication skills The Goddard School offers competitive compensation and benefits based on experience, education and certifications. Full-time employees receive paid holidays, paid personal time off, paid professional development, child-care discount, and affiliation with IAEYC and NAEYC members.For immediate consideration, please respond with your interest 317/826-7522 or dlawrencein2@goddardschools.com

A Lead Preschool Teacher at the Goddard School is responsible for establishing and maintaining a safe, healthy and nurturing learning environment. Additionally, a Lead Teacher is responsible for working together with a Co-Teacher and in conjunction with the entire faculty. A Toddler Teacher’s responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following: Establish and maintain a safe, healthy and nurturing learning environment. • Develop an appropriate classroom management system to support the goals and developmental level of the children in the classroom • Promote healthy eating practices at lunch and snack times • Post a classroom schedule that meets the needs of the children and includes a routine and learning opportunities • Post and adhere to all Goddard Health and Safety policies and procedures Advance children’s physical and intellectual competence. • Adapt program to meet the individual needs of each child • Create a multi-cultural learning environment • Interact with the children to support play, exploration and learning • Present age-and developmentally-appropriate expectations for all children • Encourage creativity through art, music, dramatic play and blocks Support each child’s social and emotional development and provide positive guidance. • Plan and implement activities to develop children’s self-esteem and social skills • Encourage empathetic and respectful feelings for others, as well as the environment, through positive modeling • Respect cultural and ethnic diversity Establish positive and effective family relations. • Communicate, in a professional manner, with families and faculty • Provide opportunities (e.g., conferences) for families to be a part of their children’s learning experiences • Prepare a Daily Activity Report for each child • Maintain a portfolio of achievement for each child Ensure an effective program, responsive to children’s needs. • Write and implement lesson plans based on developmental goals and monthly themes • Perform and document child portfolio observations • Use assessment tools (e.g., Progress Reports, Children’s Progress Assessment, etc.) Maintain professional commitment at all times. • Promote Goddard's philosophy and educational objectives • Support a code of ethical conduct • Pursue professional development/continuing education • Attend faculty meetings, in-service days, conferences and professional growth opportunities Educational Qualifications All candidates who wish to be considered for the position of Toddler Teacher must meet the following criteria: • Associates or Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education or Elementary Education • Prior Classroom Experience • Demonstrated knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices • Strong written and communication skills The Goddard School offers competitive compensation and benefits based on experience, education and certifications. Full-time employees receive paid holidays, paid personal time off, paid professional development, child-care discount, and affiliation with IAEYC and NAEYC members. For immediate consideration, please respond with your interest 317/826-7522 or dlawrencein2@goddardschools.com

The Operations Director will assist with the internal operations of the school and report directly to the Onsite Owner. Responsibilities include marketing, advertising, overseeing licensing relationships, and processing and administering grant programs. Must have excellent interpersonal skills and an enthusiasm for working with children and families.

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If you don’t see a job that sparks your interest, submit your resume anyway. We will keep it on file and make sure to match you with the perfect opportunity once it’s available. 

Each Goddard School location is privately owned and operated by Goddard Franchisor LLC franchisees. The Goddard School franchise owner(s) are the employers at each school, and the franchise owner(s) set their own wage and benefit programs, which vary by location.

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