San Jose Day Nursery is a well-established early care and education center dedicated to providing high quality programs for children between the ages of six weeks to five years. The Nursery promotes the cognitive, social, and emotional skills in children, which lays the foundation for the success both in kindergarten and in life. We believe that all children deserve access to high quality, caring, educational programs that stimulate growth and contribute to satisfying and productive lives that allow them to thrive.
We have the following Full Time (40 hours per week) position available:
Our teaching staff are responsible for:
Qualifications & Experience:
Education: Needs to be reflected on resume to be considered for an interview.
Permit Requirements: At least 12 ECE semester units (or equivalent quarter units) including the following core classes:
Prior to starting all new hires will be required to submit the following:
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 paid hours per day 9 am to 6 pm.
Please do not apply for these positions if you do not have the above qualifications and skills or if you are unable to work the scheduled shift advertised.
If you are qualified, please submit resume as an email attachment.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $19.00 to $22.00 /hour
Located in downtown San Jose since 1916, the San Jose Day Nursery is committed to providing a fundamental learning curriculum and excellent childcare services for the young children of the community.
Founded in 1916 and located at our present site since 1936, the Nursery is committed to meeting the dynamic needs, expectations, and hopes of parents who are looking for high quality Early Care and Education. In a complex community environment, the Nursery seeks a staff and Board who possess a diversity of skills and heritages, empathy and relativity in family relations, and leadership in the conduct of programs and agency management.
The Nursery enjoys exceptional staff stability – an important contributor to program quality, effective communication, and the establishment of trusting relationships. All teaching staff are specifically trained in child development. The essential combination of specialized education and experience serves as the source of the expertise necessary to cope with the intricate issues of our children and families. In addition to this extensive training a variety of staff members are multilingual. Fluency in Mandarin, Chinese, Vietnamese, Tagalog, and Spanish facilitate initial child and adult adjustment and foster continuing communications and understanding.