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  • Employee Handbook By: Tracy Frazier
  • Job Descriptions
    • * Professional interest in early childhood education
    • * Motivated to plan and develop age-appropriate activities and curriculum.
    • * Ability to relate sensitivity to children.
    • * Love for children and a desire to work in a group setting.
    • * Ability to relate to and work well with director, center supervisor and others that may be assigned to work with you. As well as parents.
    • * Ability to maintain an orderly environment and keep room organized and clean.
    • * Ability to gain the needed education for the position.
  • Holiday Pay
    • Employees are paid for all listed holidays after their 90-day probationary period is successfully completed and a satisfactory evaluation has been done by the director:
    • New Year’s Day: 1 day
    • Easter: 2 days
    • Memorial Day: 1 day
    • July 4 th : 1 day
    • Labor Day: 1 day
    • Thanksgiving: 2 days
    • Christmas: 3 days
    • Please Note: Any time off needed during holiday times are asked to be requested as far in advance as possible.
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  • Dress Code
    • Good grooming and cleanliness are expected each and every day! Appearance should be neat and clean, no dirty clothes, etc. Comfortable shoes and pants should allow you to get up and down with ease while playing and caring for the children.
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  • Phone Calls
    • Personal Phone Calls
    • Please keep in mind that this is a place of business and personal calls need to be limited to a minimum. Please limit all personal calls to emergency calls or calls that need immediate attention and quick response.
    • Cell Phones
    • Please leave your cell phone in your car or at home while you are working at the centre. Cell phones are not permitted inside the center.