This Hourly Hiring Pool represents current or potential hourly non-benefitted job openings in this employment category. There is no guarantee of employment from this hiring pool. Positions are not benefitted. Jobs are located in any of several campuses and centers throughout the PCC district. Hours and schedules vary.
“Tech Level II” - Temporary-Non-Benefitted
$14.75 – $19.12 per hour
the direction of Child Development Center management and the Mentor Teacher,
the Child Development Classroom Assistant/Floater assists in the implementation of
developmentally-appropriate curriculum and programs for children (ages six
weeks through six years old) in the Child Development Center classrooms.
Supports the Child and Family Studies, Early Childhood Education (ECE) program
faculty by supporting program students by modeling developmentally appropriate
practice, professionalism, positive communication, and ethical decision making
in alignment with NAEYC code of ethics.
class is distinguished from the Mentor Teacher or Assistant Teachers in that
the Child Development Classroom Assistant/Floater is not assigned to one specific classroom. Classroom
Floater moves between classrooms where needed to support classroom teaching
staff and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum and programs for
children developed by the teaching staff in each classroom.
- Supervise children,
ages six weeks through six years in the Child Development Center
into classrooms to provide breaks and planning time to individual
Classroom Teachers in implementing developmentally appropriate curriculum
and programs for children.
and provides guidance for the developmentally appropriate learning
activities under the direction of the classroom teaching staff. Activities
may be across developmental domains and include art, music and dramatic
play. They may be individual or group format.
- Assist in
maintaining a safe, healthy, orderly and nurturing classroom environment and intervene if necessary.
in setting up classroom materials and playground equipment. Helps monitor
equipment for safe operation. - Informs of any repairs needed.
- Assists in cleaning
up the classroom and playground after activities.
- Prepares and serves
snacks/lunches to children, following safety and sanitary regulations;
cleans up after meals.
with program students in the classroom by modeling appropriate behavior
with children and helping with projects.
in keeping accurate classroom records; attendance, schedules, accident
reports, child information sheets, etc. while in the classroom.
a friendly and professional manner with parents. Directs specific parent
questions to the Mentor Teacher.
to work all hours of program operations; may be needed to assist in
opening/closing a classroom.
requirements as outlined in Oregon Early Learning Division Certified
Childcare Rules, NAEYC and SPARK accreditation.
●High School diploma or equivalent, and
-Step 8 in Oregon Registry, or
-15 quarter credits and 6 months qualifying teaching experience in a certified childcare program, or
-At least one year of experience as a teacher in certified childcare, or
-Completion of 30 quarter credits in ECE or Child Development, or
-Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related area with early childhood education course work or CDA (Child Development Associate).
●First Aid/CPR certification, food handler’s card and Child Abuse & Neglect certifications required within 30 days of hire.
●Must have and maintain enrollment in the Oregon Early Learning Division Criminal Background Registry.
●Prior to the first day working with children, must complete OCC approved Health and Safety and Safe Sleep training.
●Must have good oral communication skills.
Knowledge of: Current principles, practices and methods of early childhood education; local,
state and federal laws, regulations, policies and practices governing child
care programs; general health and wellness of children; assessment and program
evaluation techniques; contemporary office practices, procedures and equipment;
recordkeeping techniques; first aid and CPR techniques and methods.
Implement age appropriate curriculum to foster growth and development;
administer effective child development center policies and procedures; provide
basic nutrition and hygiene services for infants and young children; communicate
effectively both orally and in written form; develop and maintain effective
Environment: Need for flexibility and
ability to adjust and adapt moving between various classrooms and a variety of
ages. Work pressure, disturbances of work flow and/or irregularities in work
schedule are expected and occur on an intermittent basis. Changes in the performance
environment require occasional upgrading of skills. Working conditions may be
somewhat disagreeable requiring occasional exposure to safety hazards, noise
and temperature. Some exposure to adverse weather during playground duty.
Requirements: Some learned physical
skills are required to appropriately lift and carry toddlers and small
children. Requires physical effort as part of regular work routine, including
frequent lifting of children, bending and squatting to children’s level, setting
up the classroom and playground equipment (climbers, bikes, wagons) and