Pittsford (Bushnell's Basin) 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:

We are always interested in interviewing Lead and Assistant Teacher candidates for our six age-graded programs. Our 11 classrooms serve families with infants who are as young as six weeks old to children who are Pre-Kindergarten age. We offer year 'round employment in an environment where teachers are valued and contribute to delivering the best early childhood care, development, and education experience in our area. Our school is a place where teachers learn from the training and continuing education that we provide, share what they know – and learn from each other. If you are an enthusiastic, outgoing, dedicated, and nurturing individual who is passionate about educating young children, and if you enjoy partnering with faculty and parents to develop children into well-socialized, confident, and joyful learners - then you are the type of candidate we seek. A high school diploma and experience working with young children are required. The most qualified candidates will have some relevant college-level courses (e.g., psychology, human development, early childhood education, sociology), a CDA credential, or an associate degree in psychology, sociology, or early childhood development/education. If you are attending a college-level program, or pursuing a CDA credential, we may be able to provide a full- or part-time work schedule that complements your course schedule. As a full-time employee you will be paid a competitive hourly rate plus overtime when you work more than 40 hours in a week. Full-time employees also receive paid holidays, paid time off, sick leave, and life and long-term disability insurance. Full-time employees may also take advantage of voluntary benefits including an IRA with an employer matching contribution, and medical, dental, vision, life, and short-term disability insurances. Lead Teachers are responsible for establishing and maintaining a safe, healthy, and nurturing learning environment that follows the child. Assistant Teachers are responsible for supporting their assigned Lead Teacher in maintaining a safe, healthy, orderly, respectful, and nurturing learning environment that follows the child.

We are always interested in interviewing full- and part-time Flex Resource candidates for our six age-graded programs. Our 11 classrooms serve families with infants who are as young as six weeks old to children who are Pre-Kindergarten age. We offer year 'round employment in an environment where teachers are valued and contribute to delivering the best early childhood care, development, and education experience in our area. Our school is a place where teachers learn from the training and continuing education that we provide, share what they know – and learn from each other. If you are an enthusiastic, outgoing, dedicated, and nurturing individual who is passionate about educating young children, and if you enjoy partnering with faculty and parents to develop children into well-socialized, confident, and joyful learners - then you are the type of candidate we seek. A high school diploma and experience working with young children are required. The most qualified candidates will have some relevant college-level courses (e.g., psychology, human development, early childhood education, sociology), a CDA credential, or an associate degree in psychology, sociology, or early childhood development/education. If you are attending a college-level program, or pursuing a CDA credential, we may be able to provide a work schedule that complements your course schedule. Part-time employees receive a competitive hourly wage, sick leave, and a paid holiday on their birthday. Flex Resources are responsible for helping Lead and Assistant teachers establish and maintain a safe, healthy, orderly, respectful, and nurturing learning environment that follows the child. Flex Resources also prepare lunches and assist parents with drop-offs and pick-ups at the beginning and end of the day.

We are always interested in interviewing full- and part-time Flex Resource candidates for our six age-graded programs. Our 11 classrooms serve families with infants who are as young as six weeks old to children who are Pre-Kindergarten age. We offer year 'round employment in an environment where teachers are valued and contribute to delivering the best early childhood care, development, and education experience in our area. Our school is a place where teachers learn from the training and continuing education that we provide, share what they know – and learn from others. If you are an enthusiastic, outgoing, dedicated, and nurturing individual who is passionate about educating young children, and if you enjoy partnering with faculty and parents to develop children into well-socialized, confident, and joyful learners - then you are the type of candidate we seek. A high school diploma and experience working with young children are required. The most qualified candidates will have some relevant college-level courses (e.g., psychology, human development, early childhood education, sociology), a CDA credential, or an associate degree in psychology, sociology, or early childhood development/education. If you are attending a college-level program, or pursuing a CDA credential, we may be able to provide a work schedule that complements your course schedule. As a full-time employee you will be paid a competitive hourly rate plus overtime when you work more than 40 hours in a week. Full-time employees also receive paid holidays, paid time off, sick leave, and life and long-term disability insurance. Full-time employees may also take advantage of voluntary benefits including an IRA with an employer matching contribution, and medical, dental, vision, life, and short-term disability insurances. Flex Teachers are responsible for helping Lead and Assistant teachers establish and maintain a safe, healthy, orderly, respectful, and nurturing learning environment that follows the child. Flex Teachers substitute for Lead and Assistant Teachers when they are on leave and may also prepare lunches and assist parents with drop-offs and pick-ups at the beginning and end of the day.

We are always interested in interviewing Lead and Assistant Teacher candidates for our six age-graded programs. Our 11 classrooms serve families with infants who are as young as six weeks old to children who are Pre-Kindergarten age. We offer year 'round employment in an environment where teachers are valued and contribute to delivering the best early childhood care, development, and education experience in our area. Our school is a place where teachers learn from the training and continuing education that we provide, share what they know – and learn from each other. If you are an enthusiastic, outgoing, dedicated, and nurturing individual who is passionate about educating young children, and if you enjoy partnering with faculty and parents to develop children into well-socialized, confident, and joyful learners - then you are the type of candidate we seek. A high school diploma and experience working with young children are required. The most qualified candidates will have some relevant college-level courses (e.g., psychology, human development, early childhood education, sociology), a CDA credential, or an associate degree in psychology, sociology, or early childhood development/education. If you are attending a college-level program, or pursuing a CDA credential, we may be able to provide a full- or part-time work schedule that complements your course schedule. As a full-time employee you will be paid a competitive hourly rate plus overtime when you work more than 40 hours in a week. Full-time employees also receive paid holidays, paid time off, sick leave, and life and long-term disability insurance. Full-time employees may also take advantage of voluntary benefits including an IRA with an employer matching contribution, and medical, dental, vision, life, and short-term disability insurances. Lead Teachers are responsible for establishing and maintaining a safe, healthy, orderly, respectful, and nurturing learning environment that follows the child. Lead Teachers must develop and implement lesson plans, be able to direct and work well with an Assistant Teacher and Flex Resources assigned to the classroom.

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