When we are hiring
teachers for the day care center, we prefer applicants who have
degrees in early childhood education and previous experience working
with infants, toddlers, or preschoolers. We've also had some wonderful
teachers with unrelated degrees, so if you have strong experience
working with children, please send us your resume.
In the After School Center we seek candidates with degrees in elementary
education or recreation. Most of our staff work part-time, but you
must be available at least three days a week.
We are always looking for great substitutes! If you have good experience
working with kids, employed or volunteer, and are available to work
occasional full days or on short notice, we would like to hear from
Development Director. Plan and direct fundraising and development strategy for PIC. Provide leadership and support to parent volunteers for fundraising events. Responsible for maintaining and expanding donor relations and leading annual campaign. Work with the Executive Director to identify and pursue grant opportunities. Donor database skills a must. See job description for desired qualifications. Send resume to Alison Williams; no phone calls.
PreK Lead Teacher. Experienced lead teacher for PreK classroom. Minimum qualification BS in Early Childhood Education or related field and at least 2 years' experience. Candidates must be energetic, able communicate well with families and children, work well with teaching team, have an understanding of developmentally appropriate practices and be dedicated to providing children with high quality programming. Please submit your resume to Sarah Klavans, Assistant Director of Early Learning. No phone calls or drop-ins accepted. See job description for details.
PIC personnel policies and practices are designed to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin (including limited English proficiency), age, or sex.