Employment Opportunities

The purpose of Kids On The Rock Daycare/Preschool is to provide the best care and learning environment for our students. We will minister to and for the spiritual, educational, emotional, and physical needs, as each job is important and essential to the growth and well-being of our students.

Each member is part of the whole staff, and all are dependent upon one another. Relationships are circular and what affects one, affects all. Although specific responsibilities may vary according to your primary job description and your list of individual responsibilities, all staff persons are charged with the total responsibility of working together in a united manner. The goal is to achieve harmony and mutuality throughout the school, with respect, tolerance, patience, honesty, trust, friendship, and maturity.

If you are interested in being considered for employment, please download the application. You may submit your application in person or you may email it to info@kidsontherockfl.com.

Full Time Teacher

The person selected for the position must be able to meet the requirements of the licensing agency. This person must be a sensitive and mature individual who is able to relate to both children and adults. A teacher has the primary responsibility for planning, organizing, and carrying out a developmental program for their group of children, within the guidelines set up by the school.

Teachers should strive to continually develop in the following areas of responsibilities:

  • Prepare lesson plans to meet developmental and instructional activities

  • Manage a classroom of 4 – 20 students while being attentive to age group ratios

  • Exercise open and respectful communication with families, co-workers, supervisors, and other school staff

  • Create and keep records on attendance, accidents, incidents, and other noteworthy events in accordance with licensing guidelines and program policies

  • Manage student behavior in accordance with outlined guidelines

  • Provide a safe, thriving, and respectful environment for all students in the classroom and on the school campus

  • Establish a warm, loving relationship with their class and be concerned about the child’s individual needs and aid in the development of positive self-concept.

  • Understanding the process of child development and relating that understanding through teaching.

  • Responsible for children while in the class.

  • Being alert to the total group, even when dealing with part of it.

  • Remaining controlled in a startling or difficult situation.

  • Guiding children in the way that they should go in training, such as manipulative, language, and creativity.

  • Guidance in nap time.

Qualifications:

  • Highly developed oral and written communication skills

  • Ability to build relationships effectively and professionally with families and students

  • Physical ability to handle frequent sitting, stooping, bending, pushing, pulling, and moving throughout the room

  • Proven ability to maintain a safe and studious classroom environment

  • Students thrive off consistency, it is important to be punctual and dependent

Part Time Morning Teacher

The person selected for the position must be able to meet the requirements of the licensing agency. This person must be a sensitive and mature individual who is able to relate to both children and adults. A teacher has the primary responsibility for planning, organizing, and carrying out a developmental program for their group of children, within the guidelines set up by the school.

Teachers should strive to continually develop in the following areas of responsibilities:

  • Manage a classroom of 4 – 20 students while being attentive to age group ratios

  • Exercise open and respectful communication with families, co-workers, supervisors, and other school staff

  • Create and keep records on attendance, accidents, incidents, and other noteworthy events in accordance with licensing guidelines and program policies

  • Manage student behavior in accordance with outlined guidelines

  • Provide a safe, thriving, and respectful environment for all students in the classroom and on the school campus

  • Establish a warm, loving relationship with their class and be concerned about the child’s individual needs and aid in the development of positive self-concept.

  • Understanding the process of child development and relating that understanding through teaching.

  • Responsible for children while in the class.

  • Being alert to the total group, even when dealing with part of it.

  • Remaining controlled in a startling or difficult situation.

  • Guiding children in the way that they should go in training, such as manipulative, language, and creativity.

Qualifications:

  • Highly developed oral and written communication skills

  • Ability to build relationships effectively and professionally with families and students

  • Physical ability to handle frequent sitting, stooping, bending, pushing, pulling, and moving throughout the room

  • Proven ability to maintain a safe and studious classroom environment

  • Students thrive off consistency, it is important to be punctual and dependent

Part Time Afternoon Teacher

The person selected for the position must be able to meet the requirements of the licensing agency. This person must be a sensitive and mature individual who is able to relate to both children and adults.A teacher has the primary responsibility for planning, organizing, and carrying out a developmental program for their group of children, within the guidelines set up by the school.

Teachers should strive to continually develop in the following areas of responsibilities:

  • Manage a classroom of 4 – 20 students while being attentive to age group ratios

  • Exercise open and respectful communication with families, co-workers, supervisors, and other school staff

  • Create and keep records on attendance, accidents, incidents, and other noteworthy events in accordance with licensing guidelines and program policies

  • Manage student behavior in accordance with outlined guidelines

  • Provide a safe, thriving, and respectful environment for all students in the classroom and on the school campus

  • Establish a warm, loving relationship with their class and be concerned about the child’s individual needs and aid in the development of positive self-concept.

  • Understanding the process of child development and relating that understanding through teaching.

  • Responsible for children while in the class.

  • Being alert to the total group, even when dealing with part of it.

  • Remaining controlled in a startling or difficult situation.

  • Guiding children in the way that they should go in training, such as manipulative, language, and creativity.

Qualifications:

  • Highly developed oral and written communication skills

  • Ability to build relationships effectively and professionally with families and students

  • Physical ability to handle frequent sitting, stooping, bending, pushing, pulling, and moving throughout the room

  • Proven ability to maintain a safe and studious classroom environment

  • Students thrive off consistency, it is important to be punctual and dependent

Substitute Teacher

The person selected for the position must be able to meet the requirements of the licensing agency. This person must be a sensitive and mature individual who is able to relate to both children and adults. A teacher has the primary responsibility for planning, organizing, and carrying out a developmental program for their group of children, within the guidelines set up by the school.

Teachers should strive to continually develop in the following areas of responsibilities:

  • Manage a classroom of 4 – 20 students while being attentive to age group ratios

  • Exercise open and respectful communication with families, co-workers, supervisors, and other school staff

  • Create and keep records on attendance, accidents, incidents, and other noteworthy events in accordance with licensing guidelines and program policies

  • Manage student behavior in accordance with outlined guidelines

  • Provide a safe, thriving, and respectful environment for all students in the classroom and on the school campus

  • Establish a warm, loving relationship with their class and be concerned about the child’s individual needs and aid in the development of positive self-concept.

  • Understanding the process of child development and relating that understanding through teaching.

  • Responsible for children while in the class.

  • Being alert to the total group, even when dealing with part of it.

  • Remaining controlled in a startling or difficult situation.

  • Guiding children in the way that they should go in training, such as manipulative, language, and creativity.

Qualifications:

  • Highly developed oral and written communication skills

  • Ability to build relationships effectively and professionally with families and students

  • Physical ability to handle frequent sitting, stooping, bending, pushing, pulling, and moving throughout the room

  • Proven ability to maintain a safe and studious classroom environment

  • Students thrive off consistency, it is important to be punctual and dependen