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University of Northern IowaLocation: Cedar Falls, IA 50614 Document ID: AB435-2F31 Posted on: 2018-02-2202/22/2018 Job Type: Temporary
Temp - Substitute Child Development Specialist
Provides education and care to Child Development Center (CDC) children; writes and implements developmentally appropriate curriculum; plans and documents parent conferences and home visits; maintains and updates children's files; supervises, schedules, and evaluates classroom student assistants and field experience students; and assists Coordinator with administration of the CDC. Work schedule will be Monday-Friday 9:30-5:30.
Bachelor's degree in early childhood education required. Associate's degree in early childhood education plus three years of experience working with children birth to age five may be substituted.
Experience working with children birth to age five and experience with Microsoft Office required.
Current certification in CPR and First Aid or the ability to acquire certification within three months of employment required.
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