Are you passionate about doing what is best for children and families? FCDC may have a career opportunity for you!
FCDC currently has openings for the following positions:
- Float Teacher. Hours will vary and this position comes with benefits.
- Toddler Teacher. Hours will be 10-6 and this position comes with benefits
- AM and PM Aides. Hours are approximately 7:30-10:15 for AM shifts and 3:00-5:30 for PM shifts. (Hours may vary based on center needs)
If interested, please fill out the following form!
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Updated September 2017