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Teacher Assistant Job Opening at TEAM Inc

Location: Lower Naugatuck Valley area

Type:
Full-time
Experience:
Entry level
Functions:
Education
Industries:
Civic & Social Organization
Posted:
September 15, 2010
Compensation:
$11 hour plus benefits

Job Description

Assist teachers with curriculum planning and implementation, classroom management, in a preschool nonprofit setting.

Skills

Warm nurturing personality, Child Development Associate credential plus 3 credits in early childhood education.

Company Description

TEAM is a regional nonprofit agency committed to improving the self-sufficiency of economically and socially vulnerable families and residents of the lower Naugatuck-Housatonic Valley region.

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