Caring Connection Children's Center is ramping up for a full infant room and needs someone with confidence and excitement to add to our West Sacramento Campus team.
Want more control over your curriculum and environment?
Full Time Needed: Monday - Friday
Qualified teacher Requirements:
12 core units of ECE, preferably including 3 units of infant or toddler care;
(preschool teaching experience a plus), bonus points for fingerprints filed and ready to go!
To be considered for interview, please send an email with a casual note explaining who you are and what's special about you. We want to get to know you.
-AFLAC supplemental insurance,
-paid sick leave,
-continuing education support,
-paid regular staff meetings,
-free meals/coffee/water onsite,
-great energy and
Send that email with an introduction, in the body of the email to Julie.
Not Qualified, but INTERESTED?
You may apply for our Enlightened Internship Program. Respond to us and details will be given.
Our philosophy of discipline is truly behavioral education. That is why it is different and so very successful.
We now call it “Enlightened Discipline” and Owner Julie Jenkins has published a book by the same name to share with ECE professionals and parents. At Caring Connection, we teach children to use their own mind to make decisions and to learn the laws of the planet. Natural laws such as gravity are recognized and applied to children’s behavior. Teachers of course have a huge role in teaching, reminding and helping children respond appropriately.
Natural and logical consequences are the anchor that we live by supported by our teaching “Safe, Kind and Clean”. These very core values teach children the basics in human skills. These values apply to all behavior from childhood through adulthood. Our teachers work with children to remind them to act in Safe, Kind and Clean ways throughout their day.
We do not use words like bad or naughty, mean or nice. We keep it to safe, kind and clean. When children act outside of these core values, our staff will remind them or assist them in correcting their behavior that has not been safe, kind or clean. Their correction is specifically related to what action they caused. If they spilled, they wipe it up. If they break something, they try to mend it or are aware and responsible to throw it away. If they hurt someone, they are taught how they can assist in that person’s care: hugs, Kleenex, an icepack on an injury are some common treatments of children by children.