The Preschool Teacher is responsible for implementation of the program set forth by Kimber Hills
Preschool, a ministry of Fremont Community Church, functioning under the direction of the Preschool Director
and KHA Administration.
- Follow policies established by the Preschool Director, the School Administration, Elder Board and the State Department of
- Maintain a cooperative attitude, accepting the educational philosophy of Kimber Hills Preschool.
- Attend all meetings of the Preschool staff as required by the Preschool Director including; parent-teacher meetings, devotions, conferences, work-days and in-service seminars.
- Attend and participate in scheduled activities/events.
- Read professional materials and attend at least one class, workshop or seminar per year to maintain an understanding of
- Preschool procedures, students, curriculum and legal requirements.
- Attend education courses / classes to qualify for state licensing requirements.
- Record significant incidents or experiences observed with the children and report them to the Preschool Director, parents
- or other authorities as necessary.
- Assist the Preschool Director with the organization of materials and supplies, inventory equipment and supplies and keep
- equipment in good repair.
- Fulfill other duties as requested by the Preschool Director.
- CHILDREN’S PROGRAM RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Demonstrate punctuality, reliability, and initiative in the performance of responsibilities.
- Be familiar with the school and program.
- Cooperate with other Preschool Teachers to keep a happy, wholesome and loving harmonious atmosphere.
- Give full attention to each area and be responsible for the safety and physical well being of the children, never leaving them unsupervised.
- Assume a personal responsibility for the Christian nurture of each child under your care.
- Relate easily and impartially to all children, working toward development of each child’s self-concept and individual
- Help sustain a warm, positive, Christian atmosphere and learning environment.
- Take children to the restroom and change their clothes when necessary.
- Guide children to wash their hands and face during the day, especially after art activities, before lunch, after toileting, and
- before parents arrive daily.
- Assist with the serving of the daily snack and sit at the lunch table with the assigned group of children to assist them as
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES:
- Have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and attend a bible believing fellowship;
- Enjoy working with children and be able to take a supportive role with the director;
- Strong written and verbal communication skills;
- Demonstrate initiative and follow through;
- Ability to maintain confidentially;
- Ability to take responsibility and directives while being dependable and flexible;
- Ability to handle the responsibilities and routine stress often associated with supervising young children.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION, CERTIFICATIONS:
- 18 years of age.
- All license forms & documentation, including but not limited to:
- Child Abuse Index Check
- Minimum of 6 semester units and continuing education enrollment in Early Childhood Education courses and/or minimum of 12 semester units in the areas of:
- Child Development
The Preschool Teacher must be able to regularly perform physical activities such as, but not limited to:
1. Visual acuity and manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office equipment
2. Lift and/or move 20 lbs. from the floor to a waist-high table when necessary
3. Stand and walk short distances frequently on a daily basis
4. Regularly sit, bend, twist, push and pull
5. Crouch to a child’s height, maintain eye contact at the child’s level, sit on the floor and stand tall enough to reach children
on the highest piece of equipment