Are you passionate about doing what is best for children and families? FCDC may have a career opportunity for you!

 

Family Child Development Center (FCDC) is a community based nonprofit center that nurtures children’s early learning through play. FCDC’s programs have earned NAEYC accreditation and have a 4 Star Parent Aware Rating. It is our goal to provide children an early learning experience that support’s their individual needs by meeting children where they are at and creating active partnerships with parents and families. Our classrooms are run by co-teaching teams, using a play based curriculum and assessment tools. We want children to feel supported and provided engaging early experiences that allow them to learn and develop at their own pace.

FCDC is seeking enthusiastic candidates to join our program.  Candidates must enjoy and respect young children, be reliable, work well with a team and have enthusiasm for learning. The following positions are available:

  • Teacher’s Aide:
    • 7:30 am – 10:15 am Monday through Friday (3 positions)
  • Full Time Infant Teacher: 10:00 am – 6 pm in our younger infant classroom
  • Full Time Toddler Teacher: 8:00 am – 5 pm in our older toddler classroom
  • Full Time Float Teacher (position’s hours will vary)

Please submit a letter of interest and resume to director@fcdc.org or complete the following form.  Thanks so much for your interest in our organization!

Employment Interest

 

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Updated September 2017