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PA - Teacher Asst (Creative Beginnings) - Days - FCCC - #7942
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Job Summary The Teacher Asst helps create a caring, safe environment for the children and assists inactivities to deliver quality educational care. Contributes to a well-run, organized,responsive environment. Works with Teacher by contributing to planning andimplementation of activities and lessons. Follows direction of Teacher to sustainday-to-day responsibilities including facilitating learning experiences, room arrangement,personal care routines, health and safety practices, and supervision of children. CompletesDaily Sheets, Illness/Injury Reports and records observation notes of childrens skills andabilities. Completes periodic assessments/screenings, provides input for preparation ofchildrens progress reports. Must communicate effectively, actively listen, and work wellwith others in team environment. Maintains positive relationship withchildren/staff/families. Serves as positive role-model and upholds program-wide valuesand other center quality initiatives through professional conduct. Required within 90 daysof hire: Completion of Get Started with Center-based Care: Building Blocks for Quality,Pediatric First Aid CPR and Mandated Reporter Training. Mandated Reporter Training to bemaintained every 5 years. Fire Safety Training required within a year of hire.Education High School Diploma or Equivalent (Required) Non Degree: Certified Child Development Associate (CDA) (Required) Other: Completion of Get Started with Center Based Care - Building Blocks for Quality(K6.2, C1, CDA6; 10 hours) (Required)Licenses and Certifications PFA_CPR - Pediatric First Aid CPR (Required)Experience 2 Years experience in a center-based preschool or infant/toddler setting (Required) General Experience and demonstrated understanding and facilitation of DevelopmentallyAppropriate Practice (DAP) in all areas of work (Required) General Experience and knowledge of DPW Regulations for Child Care Facilities (Required) General Experience and knowledge of Ages & Stages Questionnaires, Ounce Scale, andWork Sampling (Preferred) General Experience and knowledge of Environmental Rating Scale (ERS), PA Early LearningStandards and NAEYC Standards (Preferred)Required Skills Analytical Skills Customer Service Skills General Clerical Skills General Computer Skills Microsoft Outlook Microsoft Word Organizational Skills Strong Communication Skills Strong Interpersonal SkillsGeneral Responsibilities Complies with all Temple University Health System policies and procedures, and allapplicable accreditation standards, laws and regulations, including those regarding patientconfidentiality such as, but not limited to, Health Insurance Portability and AccountabilityAct of 1996, P. L. 104-191 apos;HIPAA') and the rules and regulations implemented hereunder. Adheres to and promotes Hospital Safety Standards and the Safety Management Plan. Performs all job responsibilities in alignment with the core values, mission and vision ofthe organization. Performs other duties as required and completes all job functions as per departmentalpolicies and procedures. Attends staff meetings and completes mandatory in-services and requirements andcompetency evaluations on time. Maintains current knowledge in present areas of responsibility (i.e., self education, attendsongoing educational programs Wears protective clothing and equipment as appropriate.TUHS Core Competencies Respect Shows concern and consideration for others. Treats others as they would like to betreated. Evokes trust in others by keeping commitments and avoiding blame. Is direct and truthful. Communicates clearly and openly. Responds to and resolves challenging situations in a calm and professional manner. Contributes to achieving an environment where diversity is respected and valued. Service Works relentlessly to achieve excellent service, and to re-establish trust if service failsto meet expectations. Anticipates and responds to customers and co-workers' needs in a timely and positivemanner. Consistently adheres to the Service Excellence Standards. Quality Makes the extra effort to achieve excellent results. Takes actions to continually improve quality and safety in daily work. Takes responsibility for own actions; holds self and others to high ethical andperformance standards.Job Responsibilities Teamwork Actively participates to move the team toward the completion of goals. Makes procedural or process suggestions for achieving team goals or performing teamfunctions; provides necessary resources or helps to remove obstacles to help the teamaccomplish its goals. Listens to and fully involves others in team decisions and actions; values and usesindividual's differences and talents. Shares important or relevant information with the team. Builds a positive team by offering assistance and support to co-workers, patients,vendors, and partners. Puts success of team above own interests. Works actively to resolve conflicts. Adaptability Adapts to change and stress in the work environment and manages competingdemands while maintaining high performance levels. Treats change as an opportunity for learning; focuses on the beneficial aspects ofchange; speaks positively about the change to others. Always presents a positive disposition and maintains constructive interpersonalrelationships when under stress. Modifies behavior and tries new approaches in response to change. Training and In-Service - Teacher Asst Attends workshops, and in-service training as recommended by manager orprofessional development plan. Meets minimum of 6 DPW/PQAS training hours per year( based on anniversary of dateof hire Maintains online Individual Professional Development Plan (IPDP) on Participates in training/educational opportunities to develop knowledge and ability inthe following areas: Child Growth & Development; Environment, Curriculum, &Content; Families in Society; Diversity; Child Assessment; Communication;Professionalism & Leadership; Health, Safety, & Nutrition. Completes/Maintains Mandated Reporter training in accordance to PA law. Domains of Learning - Teacher Asst Contributes to the planning and implementation of activities and lessons for assignedgroup. Records observation notes of the children's skills and abilities. Completes periodicassessments and screenings and provides input for the preparation of the children'sprogress reports. Initiates and facilitates children's play by being present and participating in their play. Assists in achieving a balance between child-initiated and teacher-directed activities. Involves children in experiences that promote language and literacy development. Communicates with children at their developmental level. Encourages children to be independent in self-help skills to promote positiveself-esteem. Helps children explore with sensory/ hands-on learning activities. Facilitates Developmentally Appropriate Practice. Uses positive guidance techniques. National/State Level Requirements - Teacher Asst Follows DPW regulations and is familiar with Pa Early Learning Standards, NAEYC andERS guidelines. Meets DPW, NAEYC and Keystone STARS requirements for staff qualification andannual training requirements, including one professional development activity(basedon anniversary of date of hire Adheres to the core values of the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct by maintainingconfidentiality, respecting professional boundaries, and respecting the dignity, worth,and unique abilities of each individual (child, family member, and colleague Environmental Health/Safety - Teacher Asst/Aide Promotes a calming, nurturing, responsive environment which engages children. Follows all health and safety procedures including universal precautions. Maintains a safe and organized environment. Follows the established routines with smooth transitions. Ensures the safety and well-being of the children. Supervises children by sight, sound, for direction and assistance at all times. Professionalism - Teacher Asst Promotes the center's philosophy and educational objectives. Exemplifies the NAEYC code of ethical conduct. Adheres to the appropriate standards of professional conduct. Collaborates in a positive manner with staff, administrators, and others. Continues to increase competency in knowledge and practical skill in the field of ECEby on-the-job training and ongoing staff development. Accountability - Teacher Asst/Aide Takes responsibility for own actions. Strives to improve levels of individual, team and organizational performance. Measures self against standard of excellence. Reads and responds to all communications within the center (CB and TUHS), follows allpolicies and procedures. Participates in performance improvement efforts. Demonstrates efficient and effective use of organizational resources as well as systemsand services. Meets deadlines and approaches responsibilities with commitment. Maintains all necessary credentials based on PA law and NAEYC standards. Analytical Thinking - Teacher Asst Uses analytical reasoning skills to comprehend diverse information. Applies intuition and experience to complement data. Offers strategies for classroom management procedures and ways to foster workflowof lessons. Balances attention to detail with understanding of the center's overall goals. Time Management and Planning Uses time effectively to ensure that all work is completed accurately and efficiently. Prioritizes activities and assignments; adjusts priorities when appropriate. Allocates appropriate time and resources for completing work; develops timelines andmilestones. Uses peak and slow time periods effectively. Communication - Teacher Asst/Aide Vocabulary is appropriate to children's age and intere

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