Teacher- PGA Tour (Traveling/Location Flexible)
Bright Horizons Family Solutions
Provide a safe and nurturing environment that encourages children’s social, emotional, physical, and intellectual development. Plan and implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum according to guidelines established by Bright Horizons. Demonstrate a mastery of teaching and maintain in-depth and up-to-date knowledge of early childhood. Assure compliance with health and safety practices and company policies for their primary group of children. Incorporate Bright Horizons ’mission, culture, goals, values (HEART Principles), philosophies and policies into day to day work to create and maintain an inclusive environment and positive relationships with children, families, colleagues, and supervisors. Celebrate and value all children and adults by welcoming and honoring their unique abilities and backgrounds. Fulfill mandated reporter requirements as defined by the appropriate state agency including immediately reporting any suspected cases of abuse and neglect to the agency, informing the supervisor. Demonstrate sound judgment in unusual or crisis situations. Spend more than 50% of the time in the classroom, teaching children and ensuring that Bright Horizons curriculum for learning is implemented in the classroom. A one year minimum commitment is required. Significant travel, both domestic and international up to 100% of the time required.
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