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Teachers' Aide

Southwestern Community Services

A community action agency serving Cheshire and Sullivan Counties since 1965

The Teachers' Aide is responsiblefor working collaboratively with the teacher in creating a supportive and enriching learning environment for preschool children.


1. At least nine credits in Early Childhood Education with a 3 credit course in child growth and development (A degree in ECE preferred)

2. Classroom experience with pre-school children (Head Start experience preferred)

3. Certification in child first aid and CPR (program will provide upon hire)

4. Ability to manage time and work flexible hours

5. Creativity, flexibility, and a positive attitude working with children and families

6. An understanding of how to work with low income families

7. Willingness to pursue professional development opportunities

8. Ability to work collaboratively with others who support the child/children

9. Ability to lift 35 pounds


Under the supervision of the teacher, the Teachers' Aide will model the appropriate interventions and interactions with children, work collaboratively with all other SCS staff, and participate in all required meetings and trainings. The Teachers' Aide will assist in the implementation of an individualized approach when supervising and guiding behaviors of children using the CSEFEL Framework and Strategies. The Teachers' Aide shares in the responsibility for the overall care of the classroom and its contents. The Teachers' Aide will be familiar with the Performance Standards, NAEYC requirements, and updating the classroom portfolio.

How to Apply:

Send resume with cover letter  to:

Shelly Kernozicky, Education Manager

63 Community Way

Keene, NH 03431

or email

SCS is an equal opportunity employer and a proud partner of the Monadnock United Way.

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Date Added: November 22, 2017

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