Miami Dade College

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  • Before and Afterschool Counselor

    Job Location: YMCA of Greater Miami

    Job Description:

    Before and After-school Counselors are responsible for the daily supervision of a group of up to 25 children. They plan and implement activities for the children involved in the YMCA Children Services-Afterschool program. In addition, Before and After-school Counselors perform the following duties.

    Job Requirements:

    • Must be 18 years old.
    • High School Diploma or GED Equivalent.
    • Must be able to assist children with homework in the English language.
    • Good communication skills in both verbal and written.
    • Bilingual a plus (English, Spanish and/or Creole), a plus.
    • If new to childcare, must register for the State required 45 hour child care course within 90 days of being hired; course hours must be completed within 1 year of employment.
    • Must attend YMCA orientation and specific department required trainings within 90 days of being hired.

    Salary Range:N/A


    Application Deadline:N/A

  • Program Assistant


    Job Summary:

    North Dade Christian School
    1505 NW 167 Street, Miami, Florida 33169
    Phone: 305 328-9103

    Plans individual student goals base on (ACE) Accelerated Christian Education curriculum and activities to stimulate age appropriate learning, while directing the Pace book instruction.

    Job Description:

    • Participates with Program Director to provide age appropriate learning opportunities for student within a program.
    • Provides a coordinated program for a classroom of children integrating all required components including basic care, education, social service, nutrition and parent involvement and education.
    • Represents Program Director at conferences and seminars.
    • Conducts staff meeting and training sessions in absence of Program Director.
    • Serves as liaison between teachers, supervisor, monitor and program director.
    • Identifies and recommends appropriate action for problem resolution.
    • Maintains accurate sign-in and sign-out attendance records.
    • Assists Program Director with file maintenance.
    • Assists in staff scheduling.
    • Assists in ensuring compliance with state licensing regulations regarding adult/child ratio and age and developmentally appropriate activities.
    • Schedules and assigns staff breaks and meal periods.
    • Serves as liaison between parents and Program Director.
    • Relays information and recommendations to Program Directors.
    • Participates in orientation of new staff.
    • Identifies potential improvements and enhancements to program and recommends corresponding changes in procedure.
    • Gives feedback to Program Director regarding staff issues.
    • Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.

    Job Requirements:
    • Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree Combined experience/education as substitute for minimum education
    • Minimum Experience: 3 Years
    • Minimum Field-of-Expertise: Early childhood education


    • Teaching/Training "Clearly explains concepts; Varies presentation style to satisfy different learning needs.
    • Design" Develops and produces creative solutions; Uses feedback to modify designs; Demonstrates attention to detail.
    • Managing People - Includes staff in planning and decision-making processes; Makes self-accessible to staff; Provides regular feedback; Develops subordinates' skills and encourages growth; Seeks to improve processes, products and services.
    • Safety and Security - Observes safety and security procedures; Reports potentially unsafe conditions; Uses equipment and materials properly.
    • Planning/Organizing- Prioritizes and plans work activities; Uses time efficiently; Plans for additional resources; Sets goals and objectives; Organizes or schedules other people and their tasks; Develops realistic action plans.
    • Written Communication - Writes clearly and concisely; Edits work; Presents numerical data effectively; Able to read and interpret written information.
    • Oral Communication - Speaks clearly and persuasively; Listens and gets clarification when necessary; Responds informatively to questions.
    • Problem Solving - Identifies and resolves problems time efficiently; Gathers and analyzes information; Develops solutions; Uses reason.
    • Project Management- Develops project plans; Coordinates projects; Communicates changes and progress; Completes projects on time and within budget; Manages project team activities.

  • Student Counselor for After School and Summer Programs


    Job Title:
    Student Counselor for After School and Summer Programs

    Job Location:

    Adults Mankind Organization, Inc. (AMO)
    11025 SW 84 Street, Cottage 11, Miami.

    Number of Positions:


    Salary Range:

    It will pay $10.00p/h
    Who May be Considered
    This is a great opportunity for students’ pursuing a career in education.

    Job Description:

    The position is part-time during the school year – 4 ½ hours and full time during summer camp.
    Application deadline:

    Contact Information:
    Luisa Sánchez
    Community Liaison
    Adults Mankind Organization, Inc.
    11025 SW 84th Street, Cottage 11
    Miami, Florida 33173
    P. 305. 271-5121 C. 305.721.6871 F. (305) 271-2112

  • Director's Job Description


     Consistently executes plans that ensure Room 2 Bloom’s mission of serving families and children, are in alignment with company values.
     Actively leads teaching staff to effectively accomplish center targets, objectives, and goals.
     Models and imbeds Room 2 Bloom's mission and values into all operations,.
     Ensures orientation and training is received by teachers and/or others and equips employees with job-critical knowledge and education.
     Conducts financial analysis of center results, evaluates, assesses, determines course of action with Owners.
     Develops and maintains good working relationships with state licensing authorities, community contacts and funding agencies.
     Partners with Owners to create and implement plans and strategies that result in increased enrollment.
     Ensures compliance with all federal, state and local laws, as well as company policies and procedures.

    Customer Acquisition and Retention

    Implements sales and service strategies to ensure enrollment growth and retention of existing families. Follows-up to understand reasons for disenrollment. Ensures customer satisfaction through responding to parent issues. Trains staff how to respond appropriately to parent issues. Ensures phone inquiries and tours are handled professionally. Escalates issues to Owners appropriately. Maintains effective relationships with licensing officials, community reps and vendors. Holds frequent conversations with parents regarding level of satisfaction.
    Creates positive environment that demonstrates respect for all. Focuses on building center’s organizational capability by creating a recruitment plan, networking and retaining talent. Supports environment of continued development by identifying needs and matching resources. Creates professional development opportunities for all. Models continuous learning by staying abreast of industry best practices. Completes timely appraisals and provides specific feedback. Implements disciplinary actions where appropriate

    Quality Program Delivery

    Trains staff to implement curriculum in a consistent manner. Proactively recognizes and responds to parent concerns. Escalates issues to Owners as appropriate. Ensures physical conditions of facility meet company standards. Confirms staffing is in ratio. Partners with experts to raise quality of center’s program implementation. Works cooperatively with Owners to aggressively improve areas of concern.
    Financial Management
    Achieves financial results by effectively updating ProCare ledger cards and notes regarding payments. Follows up with parents as appropriate to receive payments timely. Flexes labor to revenue. Reconfigures classrooms to optimize efficient use of labor. Escalates payment concerns to Owners as appropriate.

    Operational Compliance

    Assures center provides a safe and healthy environment by complying with company health and safety policies, as well as state, federal and local requirements. Works with Owners to implement action plans when complaints or violations are noted. Ensures that all paperwork and record keeping is completed on time and maintained according to standards. This includes child files, staff files, state required information, etc. Ensures that physical building are clean, safe and meet all company and regulatory requirements.

     AA or AS Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field preferred
     National CDA preferred  DCF Director's Credentials – Must Have
     One or more year's experience managing an early learning center
     Budget and financial accountability preferred
     Excellent verbal/written communication skills, management skills, ability to multi-task and analytical/problem-solving skills
     Team Player
     Commitment to Professional Development
     Technologically Savvy - must be computer literate at a general business-level (word processing, spreadsheets, email, etc.

    Physical Demands/Work Environment:

    Specific physical demands of this job include, but, are not limited to the following:
     Ability to sustain a high level of energy.
     Ability to excel in an ambiguous and continuously changing, competitive environment.
     Ability to thrive under frequent pressure.
     Must be physically able to use a personal computer.
     Must be able to lift a minimum of 40 pounds.
     Both indoor and outdoor environment are typically found in a childcare facility. Depending upon activities and season, may be required to be outdoors for regular, prolonged activities.
     Centers are dynamic with a high level of activity. Typically a center would include large numbers of active children and are equipped with children’s “tools" including furniture, toys, and equipment, and facilities to provide for the care, feeding, education, transportation, and nurturing of children. Limited space is provided for adult administrative purposes, i.e., check-in area, small office equipment area.
  • Teacher Job Description

    In collaboration with the Director, responsible for developing and implementing an ongoing program of activities that promote the social, emotional, cognitive and physical development of each child enrolled in a group, in accordance with ELC, DCF, and Center Standards.

     Meet regularly with Assistant Teacher(s) and Aides to develop weekly plans and activities.
     Meet with Director to review curriculum plans and activities and evaluate program’s effectiveness.
     Responsible for implementing performance standards, policies and procedures, regulations and guidelines of in accordance with ELC, DCF, and Center standards, policies and procedures, regulations and guidelines in the day-to-day operation of an early childhood development center including developmentally appropriate practices for an early learning program, as appropriate
     Responsible for assisting with the implementation of developmental, behavioral, and sensory screenings within the scheduled mandated by regulations and performance standards.
     Maintain records on each child’s progress and development for the purpose of planning and compliance with ELC, DCF and R2B Standards.
     Responsible for recording and recordkeeping of information required to document the growth and development of children.
     Attend all staff meetings and in-service provided at the Center.
     Review with staff the progress of each child and develop written plans to promote each child’s growth and development.
     Work with Director in planning and participating in parent activities.
     Responsible for coordinating and working closely with parents
     Help maintain facility in a safe and satisfactory condition.
     Provide day-to-day supervision and support to teacher assistants, teacher aides, substitutes and volunteers, which include sharing daily program plans and discussing goals for children.
    Teacher Job Description
     Assist the Director in providing orientation and training for new staff, substitutes and volunteers.
     Work with classroom staff to plan and implement the daily program of activities based on principles of child development and in accordance with the program’s curriculum.
     Set up and maintain a well-organized, safe, and attractive classroom environment conducive to the optimal growth and development of children.
     Develop a positive relationship with each child and promote the development of self- esteem and self-discipline.
     Observe each child daily to assess skills, interests and needs and use this information to facilitate learning and growth.
     Establish a positive relationship with each child’s family and share information about the child’s day at the Center.
     Help parents to understand the curriculum and find ways to involve parents in the daily program.
     Conduct individual parent conferences at least twice a year to discuss each child’s growth and development.
     Keep abreast of current knowledge in the field of Early Childhood Education.

     Staff Credential with at least 2 years of teaching experience (National Staff Credential preferred). Preference: Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education with 2 years of teaching experience or Associate's Degree in Early Childhood Education with at least 3 years of experience.
     Ability to relate positively to young children, parents and staff.
     Prefer knowledge of Creative Curriculum.
     Demonstrate success in working as a member of a team.
     Effective and strong communication skills (orally and written)
     Demonstrate an ability to work successfully with community-based agencies and building partnerships.
     Demonstrated supervision skills
     Must be willing to work flexible hours in order to meet the needs of the program.

     Be able to lift 25-30 lbs.
     Be able to walk, squat/kneel, sit on floor, see, hear, speak with children to ensure children’s health and safety

     Criminal Background Check
     DCF Transcript with up-to-date training and in-service.

  • After School Job Opportunity for Future Educators


    Job Title:
    Part-time activity leaders

    Job Location:
    Ada Merritt K-8 Center
    660 SW 3rd street

    Number of Positions:

    Salary Range:
    $9.00 depending on credentials
    Who May be Considered
    This is a great opportunity for students’ pursuing a career in education.

    Job Description:
    The activity leaders will work in the Afterschool Program from 1:45 PM to 6:45 PM (Monday through Friday)
    Application deadline:
    Contact Information:
    Please contact/send your resume to: or

  • Part-Time Teacher Position for 2015-2016 School Year

    Job Title:
    Part-time Lead Teacher

    Job Location:
    The Growing Place Early Childhood Center

    Number of Positions:
    Salary Range:

    Who May be Considered
     The ideal candidate has a degree in early childhood education or a related field with at least two years of lead teaching experience
     Knowledge of High Scope, Creative Curriculum, Reggio Emilia a plus
     45 Hours of DCF training and First Aid/CPR
     The Growing Place is a Christian school- candidate has to be able to support our spiritual philosophy

    Job Description:
     The Lead Teacher is responsible for planning and implementing learning experiences that advance the spiritual, language, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development of children within a safe, nurturing, and healthy learning environment.
     The Lead Teacher is responsible for developing and implementing a developmentally appropriate preschool program for young children in accordance with the vision & mission of The Growing Place, Department of Children and Families, United Methodist Association of Preschools, Developmentally Appropriate Practice, and established curriculum criteria and standards.
     The Lead Teacher encourages the involvement of families in the program
     Part Time Position: 8:30-2:00 Monday- Friday.

    Application deadline:

    Contact Information:
    Kristine Wood
    Curriculum Coordinator
    FUMC The Growing Place

  • M-DCPS After School Care Activity Leader


    Job Location:
    Gloria Floyd Elementary

    Number of positions open:

    Salary Range:
    To Be Determined based on qualifications - CDA, 45-hours Childcare courses, also First Aid and CPR are a plus.

    Who May Be Considered:
    Elementary, Early Childhood, Special Ed. students.

    Job Description:
    Responsible for the supervision of school age students from dismissal time to 6:00 PM Monday – Friday. Responsibilities also include homework assistance, the planning of age appropriate indoor and outdoor activities, arts and craft projects etc.

    Application Deadline:
    Currently interviewing. Please contact Maria Lara, (305) 817-0014, ext. 2504

  • Lead Tutor


    Job Location:
    Centro Campesino Farmworkers Center, AmeriCorps Youth Pride

    Job Description:
    Reporting directly to the Program Coordinator the Lead Tutor is responsible for preparing 21st CCLC materials to be available for active 21st CCLC teachers, paraprofessionals and homework tutors while also providing tutoring services to actively participating 21st CCLC students. The Lead Tutor will assist the Program Coordinator in ensuring that homework and reading logs are maintained and with the collection of student data for the 21st CCLC program. The Centro Campesino Farmworker Center, Inc. (CCFC) AmeriCorps Youth Pride Program is a grant-funded afterschool and summer camp program designed to promote and enhance academic productivity for students attending Title 1 schools in the Florida City and Homestead, Florida communities, through mentoring, homework assistance, student led project based learning curriculums (PBL) and coach-led physical fitness and nutrition activities. The program is also dedicated to educating the parents and guardians of our program participants on the importance of academic awareness and the operation of the school systems through monthly parent workshops.

    Job Requirements:
    • High School Diploma or GED required, (A.A. Degree preferred)
    • Experience working with children
    • Working knowledge of MS Office and Excel
    • Good verbal and written communication skills
    • Highly organized and detail-oriented and an ability to work in a fast paced environment
    • Ability to lead and be a team player and employ a positive tone a great attitude and professional demeanor at all times
    • Ability to be fair, flexible and caring
    • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred

    Salary Range:
    $10.00-$12.00 per hour depending on education and experience

    Afterschool: Monday-Friday 2:00pm – 7:00pm
    Teacher Planning Days: 8:00am – 5:00pm
    Spring Break: Monday-Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm
    Summer Camp (6 weeks): Monday-Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm

    Application Deadline:


    Contact Information:

    To apply please send a resume and cover letter to:
    The cover letter must specifically address this position, and no resume submitted without a cover letter will be considered. No phone inquiries please. CCFC is an equal opportunity employer.  Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. Our facility meets all ADA requirements

    **Must satisfy CCFC pre-hire reference screening, national background check, drug screening. **

  • Program Assistant


    Job Location:
    Liberty City and Miami Gardens School Sites.

    Job Description:
    Assist Certified Teachers with student homework, activities, field events and organization of fundraising events.

    Job Requirements:
    • Ability to interact with young children particularly elementary age girls
    • Computer and social media skills and acknowledgement, professional appearance and communication skills
    • Interest in career in education and/or early childhood developments
    • High energy

    Salary Range:
    Negotiable based upon experience (above minimum wage).

    1:30 pm - 5:30 pm, Monday - Friday

    Application Deadline:
    Friday, May 1, 2015.

    Contact Information:
    Please note that the positions available are for immediate year round employment. Interested applicants should submit resume's to attention: Ms. Alli.

  • One on One Learning - Tutors Wanted


    Job Location:
    North Miami, Miami Shores, Little River, Homestead, Coral Gables, South Miami and Kendall

    Job Description:
    One on One Learning offers remedial instruction in all subject areas including: Reading, Mathematics, Writing, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies and Test preparation. Programs in these subjects are designed to help students in grades K-12. We are currently seeking tutors to help students in elementary and middle school level (K-8) in Reading and Math.

    Job Requirements:
    • Must be able to commit the entire school year
    • Have experience tutoring in one or more of these areas:
      • Elementary subjects/Middle School subjects (reading and math)
      • Special Education
      • Availability varies between Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM (schedule varies based on location and program)
    • Able and willing to work in the 1 or more of the areas mentioned above.
    • Have a dependable car, an excellent driving record and a valid driver's license
    • Genuinely love to work with children

    Salary Range:
    $15-$25 (depending on program)

    Hours vary/Flexible Hours

    Application Deadline:

  • LOVECHILD Development & Transition Partners, Corp.


    Part Time Work Opportunity:

    We are looking for reliable, punctual, motivated individuals that are available to work flexible hours with excellent communication skills and have a passion for kids and young teens. Candidate must be creative, able to assist with homework, tutoring and have reliable transportation.

    Must be 18 years or older and pass a background check.
    Great pay $10-$18 per hour.

    Join our team

    (954) 670-3422 | (305) 772-1677

  • YMCA of Greater Miami


    Position: SportsAssistant
    Reports to: Membership Program

    Position Overview

    The Sports Assistant is responsible for assisting the Membership Program Director of the Allapattah branch with the coordination, and the development of various Sports Programs and Sports Camp. in addition, this position is responsible for the following duties:

    Essential Duties

    • Team development to include registrants.
    • Recruit and train program coaches, referees and volunteers.
    • Coordinate referees which may also be require refereeing games as needed.
    • Coordinate Special Events related to the sports programs.
    • Order au program supplies, uniforms, and equipment.
    • Actively market and secure sponsors for Sports Programs.
    • Field preparation to include goal set up and placement, lining fields and trash removal.
    • Other duties as assigned by the Associate Executive Director.

    Qualifications, Skills, and Abilities required

    • Bachelor’s degree in Education, preferred.
    • Minimum of two years of experience working with Sports programs.
    • Knowledge of summer camps, youth sports, and general program administration.
    • State approved CPR/AED certification must be current, or obtained within 90 days of employment.
    • Bilingual, English and Spanish, a plus.
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.

    Contact Information

    David Osio
    Program Director
    Village of Allapattah Family Center and Preschool
    2370 NW 17 Avenue, Suite 100, Miami, FL 33142
    (P) 305 635 9622 (E)

  • YMCA of Greater Miami


    Position: Camp Counselor
    Reports to: Camp Director

    Position Overview

    Counselors are responsible for supervising the children that participate in the YMCA of Greater Miami’s daily camp activities. In addition, Counselors are responsible for implementing and overseeing the instruction of various academic and fitness curriculum components and will perform the following duties:

    Essential Duties

    • Take and maintain daily attendance records for a group of up to 12 children.
    • Plan activities for and supervise a group of 1 2 children.
    • Communicate with parents/guardians in a courteous and professional manner.
    • Implement various curriculums.
    • Uphold all YMCA policies and procedures including those related to safety and risk management and attend all mandatory YMCA and State trainings.
    • Other tasks assigned by the Camp Director or Regional Program Director.

    Qualifications, Skills, and Abilities required

    • Must be at least 18 years old.
    • Minimum of High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
    • Bilingual, (English and Spanish or English and Creole), a plus.
    • Must be able to assist children with homework in the English language.
    • Good communication skills, both verbal and written.
    • Must enjoy interacting and communicating with children and parents.

    Contact Information

    David Osio
    Program Director
    Village of Allapattah Family Center and Preschool
    2370 NW 17 Avenue, Suite 100, Miami, FL 33142
    (P) 305 635 9622 (E)

  • Childcare Provider Position Description

    Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami


    Position: Childcare provider at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami
    Reports to: Director of Religious Exploration 


    1. Pay is $10 per hour
    2. Pay is issued at the end of the month.
    3. Employees are considered for a raise after one year of service

    How to Apply
    The Application Form can be found at the bottom of this document. Please e-mail your responses to the Director of Religious Exploration, Beatrice Murray, at Please also include an attached resume, and cover letter in the body of your e-mail.

    General qualifications required

    1. All childcare providers shall be of good character.
    2. Childcare providers must be reliable, cheerful and have a friendly nature
    3. All childcare providers shall
    a. be physically, mentally, and emotionally healthy, or managed by physician
    b. have a basic understanding of infants, children and their needs.
    c. be adaptive to a variety of situations.
    d. be physically able to perform the tasks of childcare in a church setting.
    e. be comfortable speaking to adults
    4. Childcare provider must be able to pass a background check done by UUMIA.
    5. The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami hires without regard to race, creed, gender, national origin or sexual orientation.

    Educational qualifications required

    Preference may be given to childcare providers who have completed the equivalent of a high school diploma.


    Duties of childcare provider

    1. Provide physical, emotional, and intellectual support and stimulation to each child in your care, as appropriate for the circumstances.

    a. Actively engage with the children.

    2. Provide appropriate guidance to each child in your care.
    3. Develop a relationship of trust and continuity with the children and parents or guardians.
    4. Promote conditions that will enhance each child’s development of positive self images.
    5. Provide a friendly, welcoming and supportive presence to adults when they arrive and

    depart with children.

    a. Warmly welcome adults and children as they arrive making introductions as necessary
    b. Have adults of new children to fill out a visitor form.
    c. Discuss allergies or special needs as necessary

    6. Maintain a safe, clean, orderly and welcoming environment.

    a. Keep toys clean
    b. Sanitize toys before leaving work

    7. Seek assistance when needed. Report any incidents, injuries or concerns to the DRE immediately.

    a. If DRE is not available report incident via walky-talky to DRE or safety team member on duty, or by phone to DRE.
    b. If there is insufficient supervision childcare providers should seek assistance from DRE or Substitute DRE.
    8. Talk to the DRE or Substitute DRE about any problems, concerns or suggestions that arise.


    Performance expectations of a child care provider

    1. Be punctual. Notify the DRE in advance if you must be late or absent.
    2. Be reliable in your attendance. Notify the DRE 48 hours in advance if you must be absent or ASAP if sick. Leave voicemail or text message for DRE on her cell, (727)459-6265 anytime

    a. If a schedule conflict arises, notify the DRE as soon as you know about it. This is important so the DRE has enough time to schedule someone else for your shift.

    3. Be polite, friendly, and courteous to others, both children and adults.
    4. Do not engage in physical punishment/discipline of any child.
    5. Cooperate with other childcare providers and with parents.
    6. Record attendance for all childcare events.
    7. Abide by and apply the childcare procedures of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami at all times.
    8. Only people involved in providing or receiving childcare are permitted in the preschool/nursery.

    a. In consideration of space and safety, friends of childcare providers should not be in the room.

     Schedule Expectations

    1. Provide child care at church at least two Sundays a month.
    2. Provide child care for special events and meetings as requested.

     Sunday Morning Responsibilities

    1. Care of children in nursery/preschool room or outdoors from 30 minutes before the service to 30 minutes after the service on Sundays.
    3. Ensure the room is clean and orderly with used baby toys cleaned.

  • 3yrs of age Teaching Position 

    Job Description: 
    The contact person is Djuauna Brown, 305-694-3494 and interested applicants can fax their resume at 305-953-8327.

    Job Location: 

    Christine Curry Learning Center

  • Highly Qualified Elementary Teacher for January 2015 

    Job Description: 
    Teacher will be accountable for students' academic performance in all content and assessments. In addition, the teacher will have responsibilities outside of the classroom.

    The ideal candidate must be able to do the following: foster a loving and safe environment, possess a strong work ethic, implement innovative lesson plans, work well with all stakeholders, and ensure effective teaching.

    Job Location: 

    The New Life Charter Academy's

    Contact Information: 
    Shirley Brunache, Principal at
    Phone: 954-381-5199

  • Math Instructor for after-school learning center 

    We are hiring people who excel at math and love to help kids experience those “a-ha” moments.  A perfect opportunity for Education and STEM majors looking for real-world experience.

    Job Description: 
    Are you excellent at math?  Do you enjoy helping kids in grades 1-12?  Join us! Mathnasium is an after-school learning center that teaches kids math in a way that makes sense to them. 

    Sarlary Range: 
    Instructors start at $10 /hour and can go up based on experience and responsibilities.

    Job Hours:
    10 - 20 hours per week in the afternoons & Saturdays

    Job Location:
    Hiring at two locations:  Palmetto Bay (on US1 at 144th St) and Coral Gables (on US1 across from University of Miami)

    Application Deadline:
    Ongoing. Please send your resume and cover letter highlighting relevant experience (math skills/accomplishments, working with children grades 1-12) to: For more information about Mathnasium, check out: Gables

  • Vanguard Children's Academy, Preschool Morning and Afternoon Programs
    Positions available: 

    • Lead Teacher
    • Teacher Assistant
    • Teacher Assistant

    • Lead Teacher: A child development associate credential (C.D.A.) or higher
    • Teacher Assistant: 45 Hours Early Child Care Training Certificate

    Job Description: 
    • Lead Teacher: To lead 2 year old class. To implement age appropriate Curriculum through the use of The Creative Curriculum
    • Teacher Assistant: Support Lead Teacher and Supervision of children

    Sarlary Range: 

    Job Location:
    924 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Fl 33134
    Phone: 786 762-2244

    Application Deadline:
    December 19, 2014

  • Morningside K-8

    Third Teaching Grade Position. ESE Self-Contained. Please send resumes to:

    To apply, please contact:
    Sandra Cué - Assistant Principal

    Kathleen John-Louissaint - Principal

    Fore more information about our program please visit:

  • The Growing Place Early Childhood Center (Ministry of the First United Methodist Church) in Coral Gables

    Position available: 
    Assistant Teacher Preschool Program (Part time 8:45am - 1:45pm)

    Position Summary:
    The Assistant Teacher assists the Lead Teacher in implementing learning experiences that advance the spiritual, language, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development of children within a safe, nurturing, and healthy classroom environment. The Assistant Teacher encourages the involvement of families in the program and supports developmentally appropriate practice (DAP) in the classroom.

    Educational Qualifications:

    • A minimum of a high school diploma with CDA Credential
    • Associate in Early Childhood or Elementary Education preferred
    • Degree out of field with CDA Credential or course work in Early Childhood Education will be considered as well

  • Experience:
    • Preferred, but not required
    • Knowledge of HighScope Curriculum or Reggio Emilia preferred

    • 45 Hours DCF training
    • First Aid and CPR Training

    We are looking for motivated, creative individuals who enjoy working with young children.
    Please send resume to:
    Kristine Wood
    Curriculum Coordinator
    FUMC The Growing Place
  • SBC CDC (Second Baptist Church, Miami, FL)

    Position Available: After School Program Teacher
    • School Age (5th – 8th Grade)
    • $15.00 Hourly
    • Part Time
    • Christian Environment
    • Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 2:45pm – 6:00pm; Wed 1:45pm – 6:00pm

    Preferred: Certified or Retired School Teacher, K-12 Teacher Education College Student

  • Ability to relate positively with elementary aged students
  • Previous teaching or assistant teaching position with a public or private school system, after-school program, summer camp, or church educational program/ministry.
  • Comfortable using technology as a search tool.
  • Knowledge as a parent or in previous work experience of the social, emotional and creative needs of elementary students.
  • Must be able to lift up to 35 lbs. in connection with the handling of students for the facilitation of programs, child safety, and potential emergency situations.
  • Responsibilities:

  • Is responsible for the overall supervision and daily functions of the classroom.
  • Provides appropriate classroom supervision to students as they participate in indoor and outdoor activities and rotate through designated activity areas (ex: computer lab, math tutoring, reading tutoring, recreation, library, and homework help).
  • Supervises and executes correction and assistance with homework competition, including parent communications, review of schedules and homework planners, as well as online programs and reading requirements
  • Knowledgeable of 5th - 8th Grade Miami Dade County Public School Curriculum including but not limited to math, reading, language arts, science social studies
  • Appropriately integrates technology, available resources and teaching tools
  • Provides the students with verbal praises and acceptance while providing clear and consistent expectations for the students' behavior.
  • Accepts responsibility for maintenance and necessary housekeeping duties of the classroom, common use areas and playgrounds.
  • Assists and coordinates snacks and bathroom activities.
  • Maintains the SBC CDC professional attitude, work behavior, and overall professional personal appearance
  • Attends all required staff meetings, workshops and/or school functions as determined by the Director.
  • Observes all rules/regulations of SBC CDC and the local, state or national regulatory agencies

    Please send resume to:
    Sharon E. A. Coleman
    SBC CDC After School Care & Summer Camp
    11111 Pinkston Drive Miami, FL 33176
    Office phone: 305-232-0499 ext. 138
    Fax: 305-254-7804
  • Openings at Keys Gate Charter School Keys Gate is looking to fill the following positions:

    • 3rd Grade.
    • Intensive Reading (2).
    • Physical Science

    To apply, please contact:
    Nicholas Wolf
    7th Grade Comprehensive Science Teacher
    Keys Gate Charter High School
    2325 SE 28th Avenue
    Homestead, FL 33035
    Phone: 786-272-9600
    Fax: 786-272-9602
    Email Address

  • Servant Leader Intern/Childcare Worker/Driver

    Position Summary: Non-profit organization in Liberty City seeks a Servant Leader Intern (Childcare Worker) for its Freedom School - Afterschool Program. This is a part time position of 22.5 hours a week. The candidate will be responsible for picking scholars up from local schools and transporting them to the center. An established curriculum will be followed which will include homework assistance.

    Educational Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate (at minimum), already have the 45 hour Childcare Certification and a clean, current drivers' license with the ability to obtain a HACK (chauffeurs) license upon being hired. Full days will be required for teachers planning days and school recesses. Must be able pass a level If background screening, and a toxicology screening. Must be at least 25 years old with the ability to drive a 15 seat minibus.

    Please send resumes to Tina Paulk at

  • The Growing Place Early Childhood Center in Coral Gables - Assistant Teacher Pre-K Program /Part Time

    Position Summary: The Assistant Teacher assists the Lead Teacher in implementing learning experiences that advance the spiritual, language, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development of children within a safe, nurturing, and healthy classroom environment. The Assistant Teacher encourages the involvement of families in the program and supports developmentally appropriate practice (DAP) in the classroom.

    Educational Qualifications: Associate degree or higher in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, or a related field. A Bachelor degree out of field with an Early Childhood Credential will also be considered-DCF 45 hours, background screening, First Aid/CPR- Ability to speak, read, and write English fluently .

    Please email resume to: Corina Dekker at

  • University of Miami - Ramp-Up

    Earn $12.00 an hour Paid Training Provided For more information contact Dr. Mahotiere (786) 356-6274 or WHAT Seeking assessors to administer tests to 6th graders

    TAL, EPS & PSY students preferred.

    December 2014 and May 2015 WHERE Middle schools in Miami-Dade County.

  • Cardinal Scholars

    Cardinal Scholars is an in-home and online tutoring marketplace that gives exceptional tutors affiliated with top universities the chance to be matched with elementary, middle, and high school students in need of additional academic support. We now offer our services to the Miami area and seek tutors who meet the following criteria:
    • Are fantastic mentors and have a love of learning.
    • Are academically curious and intelligent.
    • Attend or have graduated from Miami Dade University as either an undergraduate, graduate, or professional student.

    By creating a profile you have the opportunity to be matched with a client if your services are requested! It doesn't take long to apply and create a profile and be part of our community.

    If requested by a client, the benefits of working with us include:

    • Freedom to set your own schedule (we expect you to be taking classes yourself!).
    • Competitive compensation ranging from $15 - $35 per hour.
    • Get to know great families from the community who will really appreciate your help.
    • Choose to tutor any time of the year in different locations, i.e. you can tutor in your home town during vacations and in your college town during the school year. You can update your tutoring "home base" at any time!

    Coming on board as a tutor is not a guarantee of tutoring work, but offers the opportunity to be considered for an assignment if we receive a tutoring request in your area for in person tutoring and/or around the country for online tutoring.

    We hope you become part of our education platform and join tutors from institutions such as Harvard, Berkeley, Stanford, and now Miami Dade University!

    Interested? Please go here to apply:

    To learn more about our company, visit:

  • Liberty Academy Daycare and Preschool, Inc

    Position: Lead Teacher, VPK Classroom

    Job Requirements:
    Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education

    Liberty Academy Daycare and Preschool, Inc
    7750 NW 12th Ave.
    Miami, FL 33150

    Contact: Sarah Brazier, Owner

  • Biscayne Elementary Community School

    Staff Qualifications (Early Head Start)
    Minimum Qualifications

    • Early Head Start Educator
    • Associate degree in Early Childhood
    • If degree is out-of-field, staff must have 12 semester credits of college level course work in Early Childhood Education with an emphasis in Infant and Toddlers
    • National CDA Infant Toddler Endorsement or equivalent (FCCPC or Childhood Specialization)
    • Early Head Start Assistant
    • National CDA Infant Toddler Endorsement or equivalent (FCCPC or Childhood Specialization)
    • Completion of the Department of Children and Families forty-five (45) hours which must include five (5) hours in Early Literacy and Language Development Child Care Courses

    Please contact Dr. Santana- Vega to apply:
    Dr. K. Santana-Vega
    Assistant Principal
    Biscayne Elementary Community School
    800 77 St.
    Miami Beach, FL 33141
    Office: (305) 868-7727

    Fax: (305) 864-5543


  • Focus Learning Academy

    Focus Learning Academy is looking for highly qualified tutors with a strong mathematical background. We need tutors for Algebra I & II, Geometry, Calculus. We also need tutors for Chemistry, ACT and SAT Reading and Math. The hours are flexible and will be discussed at the time of hire; the office hours are 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The salary ranges from 15.00 to 18.00 per hour. SAT and ACT $20.00 per hour with hours on Saturday mornings from 9:00 until 12:00 p.m.(special offering).

    Please contact us; leave a message and we will contact you immediately.
    Ruth Smith
    Focus Learning Academy, Inc.
    17023 West Dixie Hwy.
    Aventura, FL 33160
    Phone: (305)944-3206

  • A&A Children's Academy- Kindergarten Teacher

  • Class size:  7 students
    Location: 6725 SW 21st St, Miami, FL 33155
    Phone: (305) 266-5252
    Contact person: Aurora Gonzalez (owner/director)
    Email Resume to:

  • The Miami Children's Museum (ECI) is hiring Teachers and Assistant Teachers

  • Associate Degree and 18 credits on Early Childhood Education is required.

    Please email resume to Betty Aguiar-Perez,

  • TEACHERS (PreK-2 & VPK) (Homestead)

    Bilingual personnel A+, however must possess a strong emphasis in speaking and writing English properly. Fax Resume to 305-248-1948 or email your resume to Mrs.Suny Marti at

    Accredited Preschool in Homestead is seeking a certified teachers for PreK-2 and VPK class. Must possess a charming, nurturing and passion driven personality. Exp'd in Early Childhood, observations, Developmental Appropriate Practices. Multi-tasking skills and team player a must. English Req/Bilingual A+. PT position.

    * FCCPC (CDA)- working on it may apply. 
    * 45 DCF Hours
    * One (1) or more years experience working in early childhood. 
    * FBI/FDLE/Local Background Screening
    * CPR/First Aid Certified
    * Health physical and/or negative TB test.
    * Excellent Communication skills; oral and written
    * Committed to being involved in center activities
    * Lesson Plan experience, Newsletters etc. 
    * Must be able to maintain strict confidentiality relating to children, families, staff and center issues while performing duties as well as outside of the center. 

    * Responsible for Supervising the children at all times. 
    * Responsible for the care and use of materials and equipment to keep replacement of items to a minimum. 
    * Responsible for daily checklist for classroom and playgrounds. 
    * Responsible for portfolio and developmental assessments. 
    * Responsible for lesson plans, newsletters, daily logs, incident forms, and all other classroom forms.
    * Responsible for classroom inventory list. 
    * Responsible for maintaining all areas of the center clean and not excluding to clean classroom, bathrooms, playgrounds, etc. if needed. 
    * Responsible for practicing hand washing procedures with children and proper table cleaning procedure. 

    Must be able to handle all accidents, incidents and emergencies at any time in a calm manner. 

    * Teacher reports directly to the Owner and/or Center Director in charge of teaching staff. 
    * Teacher supervises children at all times. 
    * Teacher must attend monthly staff meeting and staff trainings.
    * Must complete 30 in-service hours annually.

    * Performs other duties as assigned by administration.
    * Hours may be changed to accommodate coverage of staff/child ratio. 
    * Should be educated on policies and procedures (DCF, Quality Counts, NAEYC, APPLE)
    * Should be a member of a professional organization. 
    * Excellent communication skills & Organization.
    * Creative and project approach A+.

  • Full-time preschool teacher at our school site, Academir Preschool, located at 11980 S.W. 8th Street.

    The following is a list of minimum requirements needed in order for any applicant to be considered:

    • Part I Child Care Facility 30 hour Training Requirement
    • Part II child Care Facility 10 hour Training Requirement
    • Speak English

  • We kindly request that all interested applicants contact Rolando Mir at (305) 479-1449 or apply in person at the address listed above.


  • Lead Teacher Toddler Program/Part Time

    Position Sumamry

    • The Lead Teacher is responsible for planning and implementing learning experiences that advance the spiritual, language, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development of children within a safe, nurturing, and healthy learning environment. The Lead Teacher is responsible for developing and implementing a developmentally appropriate preschool program for young children in accordance with the vision & mission of TGP, DCF, UMAP, Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP), and established curriculum criteria and standards. The Lead Teacher encourages the involvement of families in the program.
    • Educational Qualifications: Associate degree or higher in Early Childhood Education or a related field. A Bachelor degree out of field with an Early Childhood Credential-DCF 45 hours, background screening, First Aid/CPR- One to Three years of classroom experience- Ability to speak, read, and write English fluently

  • Please email resume to: Corina Dekker at
  • Assistant Teacher Toddler Program/Part Time

    Position Summary

    • The Assistant Teacher assists the Lead Teacher in implementing learning experiences that advance the spiritual, language, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development of children within a safe, nurturing, and healthy classroom environment. The Assistant Teacher encourages the involvement of families in the program and supports developmentally appropriate practice (DAP) in the classroom.

    Educational Qualifications: High School Diploma or High School Diploma with an Early Childhood Credential-DCF 45 hours, background screening, First Aid/CPR

    Please email resume to: Corina Dekker at

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