Generocity Settlement School of Music | Principal Teacher of the Kaleidoscope PreK Enrichment Program – Full-time
Posted on November 16, 2021
Qualifications: BA. Early childhood education. Two years of experience as a teacher in a preschool program.
Responsibilities of the school principal:
- Provides all documents necessary for obtaining a program license under the regulations of the Ministry of Public Assistance and Education of the Palestinian Authority.
- Knowledge of and adherence to all Settlement Music School staff codes of practice, Head Start, CACFP, Keystone Stars, Philadelphia School District and NAEYC accreditation criteria.
- Works in conjunction with all Settlement Music School staff, early years program staff and all other support service providers. Regular and frequent communication with the Kaleidoscope social worker of all information on the health, welfare, education and family issues of the children.
- Supervises assistant teachers, parents, visitors and volunteers.
- Orientation and training of new staff, substitutes and future teachers.
- Curriculum planning and implementation in accordance with NAEYC Guidelines for Developmentally Appropriate Practice, PA Early Learning Standards, Keystone Stars Criteria, Head Start Performance Standards, and Curriculum / Creative Curriculum of Kaleidoscope Preschool Arts Enrichment Program. Provide and publish monthly lesson plans and reflections for the school year. Daily communication and revision of lesson plans with Kaleidoscope artist-teachers. Full participation in art classes and assistance in art education. Adheres to appropriate supervisory policies. Preparation and realization of all stages of the process of individual assessment of the child.
- Fully participates in special events, staff meetings, research projects, conference presentations or other mandatory duties.
- Facilitates and encourages positive daily communication from parents and their involvement in the Kaleidoscope program.
- Sets up and maintains the classroom, orders supplies and inventory. Make sure all postings are clear and presentable and keep the classroom neat and tidy.
- Oversees and maintains daily, weekly and monthly record keeping.
- Participation and contribution to the planning, evaluation and professional development of the program. Seeks continuous personal professional development and supports the professional development of colleagues.
- Performs all duties assigned by the Early Years Director necessary to support the growth and improvement of all programs included in the School’s Early Years Music Settlement initiatives.
- Maintains a professional demeanor with colleagues, administration, children and parents at all times.
COVID-19 and workplace policy:
As of September 21, 2021, Settlement Music School requires all on-site employees to present proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Medical and religious exemptions are reviewed on an individual basis.
Settlement Music School is an Equal Opportunity Employer that encourages applicants from all backgrounds to apply for this position.
Founded in 1908, the Settlement Music School, a nonprofit organization, is one of the largest community art schools in the United States serving children and adults of all ages throughout the Philadelphia area and in line. Settlement provides over $ 2.6 million annually in financial aid and scholarships to 60% of its students. Settlement’s reach is broad and continues the principles of its founders, to provide accessible and creative arts education for all.
Apply for this job
Please submit your cover letter and resume by email only to: Tarrell Davis, Executive Director of Early Years Programming.