Kindergarten Teacher Job Description

Kindergarten Teacher Job Description

July 23rd, 2019

Kindergarten Teachers plan and deliver lessons that stimulate the cognitive, social, and emotional functioning of children between the ages of 5 and 7 years. Kindergarten Teachers either work for state or private educational institutions.

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Kindergarten Teacher Job Description Template

We are looking for an energetic Kindergarten Teacher to prepare our students for entry into first grade. The Kindergarten Teacher's responsibilities include designing and conducting lessons that advance students' social and educational abilities. You should also be able to mediate disputes between students.

To ensure success as a Preschool Teacher, you should be flexible and supportive as students learn to navigate the world around them. Ultimately, a top-notch Preschool Teacher will establish meaningful relationships with each student's family to better understand their needs.

Kindergarten Teacher Responsibilities:

  • Preparing and presenting lessons that facilitate students' cognitive, social, and emotional development.
  • Ensuring that you have sufficient classroom supplies at all times.
  • Creating a learning environment that is safe and nurturing.
  • Supervising children during lessons, meal time, and on the playground.
  • Assisting students to resolve conflict with others.
  • Monitoring and notifying caregivers of students' progress.
  • Notifying the Department Head and caregivers of accidents or other noteworthy incidents that occur while students are under your supervision.
  • Attending meetings with staff and caregivers, as required.
  • Accompanying students on field trips, as needed.

Kindergarten Teacher Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in Education, preferably with a focus on Early Childhood Development.
  • Clear criminal record.
  • Proven experience working with young children, ideally in a similar role.
  • Physically fit and able to stand for long periods.
  • Ability to lift up to 70 pounds independently.
  • Valid driver's license with own transport is advantageous.
  • Basic first aid training is preferable.
  • Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills.
  • Energetic, nurturing, and flexible disposition.
  • Ability to work during evenings and on weekends, as needed.

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