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Employment opportunities at St. Ann Center

St. Ann Center offers a fast-paced and exciting work environment where you will touch the lives of others on a daily basis and receive immeasurable rewards in return.

St. Ann Center specializes in adult and child day services in a safe, home-like intergenerational setting, where compassion, care and dignity are key. Open weekdays, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., it provides caregivers a friendly, comfortable place to bring their loved one and invaluable peace of mind. Adult day services are also available at the Stein Campus in the Respite Care Center on weekends from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Apply for positions at our Stein Campus, 2801 East Morgan Ave., and our Bucyrus Campus, 2450 West North Ave., at each respective location or send us a message through our contact form>


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Current job openings

 

CHILDCARE LEAD TEACHER
Location: Stein Campus – 2801 East Morgan Ave. & Bucyrus Campus – 2450 West North Ave.
Position Type: Full-time 40 hrs./week
Reports to the Director of Childcare Services

Job Description:

Essential Qualifications and Duties

  • To be able to lift and hold young children, in particular infants and toddlers (up to approximately 25 pounds).
  • To provide a model of excellence and leadership as an educator with the Center and in the early childhood field.
  • To be prompt, conscientious and responsible regarding working hours and absences from the Center.
  • To be able to adjust programming according to children’s individual needs and the daily needs that arise due to staffing issues.
  • To be creative and flexible.

Qualifications

  • Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education / Elementary Education AND 80 working days as a full-time assistant child care teacher or 120 working days as a half-time assistant child care teacher.
  • Maintains in-service and continuing education requirements as mandated by State Licensing Regulations including: CPR, shaken baby syndrome, child abuse and neglect, and SIDS.
  • Have knowledge of principles and techniques of early childhood education and the ability to communicate and implement that knowledge in this complex and unique setting.
  • Experience with supervising and training staff members preferred.
  • Have the creativity and flexibility necessary for understanding children, parents, seniors, volunteers, and staff within the room and St. Ann Center as a whole.

Duties

  • To be sensitive to children’s daily and changing needs, as well as being able to remain calm and relaxed in a stressful situation.
  1. Take care of responsibilities such as napping, feeding, diapering, toileting, as needed.
  2. Deal with children with warmth and affection.
  3. Respect children as individuals, be sensitive and respond to their individual needs and have age-appropriate expectations.
  4. Be aware of the health of children and report any abnormalities.
  5. Acquire a thorough knowledge of what to do in an emergency situation.
  • To work with children in the classroom, both individually and in groups, using developmentally appropriate practices, programs, and curricula.
  1. Work with the children on a daily basis (to be counted in the staff-to-child ratio at least 75% of the time.
  2. Give full attention to all children and activities within the classroom.
  3. Develop/and or adapt overall curriculum, incorporating the centers educational philosophy and developmentally appropriate practices with the understanding that “play” is a major component in how young children learn.
  4. Develop lesson plans/newsletters monthly to organize daily program plans, curriculum and materials.
  5. Plan daily classroom schedule and child and classroom record-keeping to meet individual and group needs of children within the classroom.
  • To create a classroom environment which enables staff, children, seniors and volunteers to work within the developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • To model developmentally appropriate practices for other staff members.
  1. Conduct a room orientation with new staff members that introduces them to the classroom schedule, safety procedures, handling of accident/illness reports, individual children and their needs and other systems utilized within the classroom. Clearly define your expectations.
  2. Direct and supervise assistant teachers during day-to-day operations.
  3. Handling of day-to-day staffing issues that arise, including coordination of staff breaks, assisting in other classrooms or sending staff members to assist in other classrooms as needed and engaging in problem solving with staff members when personal or job related issues begin to affect the care of the children.
  4. Delegation of duties to ensure the smooth operation of the classroom.
  5. Inform director of staff issues and needs, if unable to resolve within the classroom.
  6. Challenge staff members to question their own decisions and actions.
  7. Assist in clarifying and defining performance problems.
  8. Encourage staff members’ independent decision-making.
  • To communicate, orally and in writing, to all involved, the needs of children, their families and the relationship between these needs and the services the Center provides.
  1. Day-to-day communication with parents, including interpretation, and follow through of Center philosophy and policies.
  2. Conduct a conference with family members at least once a year and at other times, as needed, to discuss children’s progress, accomplishments, and difficulties at home and at the program.
  3. Communicate Center philosophy and program services to others as needed.
  4. Complete all forms, logs and reports as required.
  5. Attend and participate in all scheduled staff meetings.
  • To work with Center Director to ensure appropriate and smooth scheduling procedures as they pertain to the unique needs of the age group.
  • Participate, as needed, on Center committees and task groups. Represent St. Ann Center by involvement with community committees, agencies, and professional conferences.  Maintain involvement in national, state and local early childhood professional organizations (i.e. The Registry).
  • Assist the Center Director in supervising support staff in their classrooms and trains, directs and recommends evaluation of their daily performance.
  • To work with seniors and volunteers in the classroom and demonstrate activities planned with the children so that their contribution is maximized.
  • To perform any duty as deemed necessary by the Center Director.

Follows all policies and procedures of St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care.


CHILDCARE TEACHER/ASSISTANT TEACHER 
Location: Stein Campus – 2801 East Morgan Ave. & Bucyrus Campus – 2450 West North Ave.
Position Type: Full-time and Part-time
Reports to the classroom Lead Teacher, Assistant Director and Center Director

Job Description:

St. Ann Center values the intrinsic worth of every person, and has as a goal that every person will achieve his/her maximum potential.  The Assistant Teacher helps St. Ann achieve this goal by understanding and communicating the needs of children and their families by assuring the daily care that meets each child’s spiritual, developmental, nutritional, and personal needs. Appropriate daily care of children occurs through communication with parents, and working effectively with the classroom Lead Teacher, other room staff, seniors and volunteers.

Essential Qualifications and Duties

  • To be able to lift and hold young children, in particular infants and toddlers (up to approximately 25 pounds).
  • To provide a model of excellence and leadership as an educator with the Center and in the early childhood field.
  • To be able to adjust for children’s individual needs the daily needs that arise due to staffing issues.
  • To be creative and flexible.
  • Any other specified duties as requested by the Center Director

Qualifications

  • Have completed or be enrolled in a 44 hour, state-approved training course for Assistant Child Care Workers OR have satisfactorily completed one non-credit department approved course in early childhood education or completes that training within 6 months after assuming position OR satisfactorily completed one course for credit in early childhood education or its equivalent at an institution for higher education, or is enrolled in that course within 6 months of assuming position.
  • Experience with children preferred.
  • Completion of 10 hour approved Infant/Toddler course within 6 months of assuming a position with an Infant/Toddler classroom.
  • Maintains in-service and continuing education requirements as mandated by State Licensing Regulations.

Duties

  • To be sensitive to children’s daily and changing needs, as well as being able to remain calm and relaxed in a stressful situation.
  1. Take care of responsibilities such as, napping, feeding, diapering, toileting, as needed.
  2. Deal with children with warmth and affection.
  3. Respect children as individuals, be sensitive and respond to their individual needs and have age-appropriate expectations.
  4. Be aware of the health of the children and report to Lead Teacher any abnormalities.
  5. Acquire a thorough knowledge of what to do in an emergency situation.
  • To work with the children in the classroom, both individually and in groups, using developmentally appropriate practices, programs, and curricula.
  1. Be knowledgeable and carry through with the Center’s philosophy of developmentally appropriate child care.
  2. Give full attention to all children and activities with the classroom.
  3. Assist in providing developmentally appropriate play experiences for children and understand the “value of play” as a major way in which children learn.
  • To communicate, orally and in written form, to all involved, including other staff members, Lead Teacher, Center Director, therapists etc., the needs of children and their families.
  1. Day-to-day communication with parents, including interpretation and follow through of Center philosophy and policies.
  2. Cooperate with other staff members as a team and engaging in problem solving techniques when personal or job related issues begin to affect the care of the children.
  3. Be responsible for connecting with Lead Teacher, reading daily memos and notes, and other staff communications in a timely fashion.
  4. Complete all forms, logs and reports as required.
  • To work with seniors and volunteers in the classroom in the execution of activities planned with the children so that their contribution is maximized.

ACTIVITY AIDE/PCA
Supervisor: Senior Vice President
Location: Shepherd House (Alzheimer’s Dementia Care Unite) Stein Campus-2801 East Morgan Ave

Essential Qualifications

CNA preferred, experiences in developing activities for older adults; CPR certified

Essential Functions

  1. Assist activity coordinator in planning and implementing activities for clients at Shepherd House.
  2. Assist in planning and directing outings, sightseeing van outings and IG activities for clients at Shepherd House.
  3. Attend weekly staff meetings and quarterly all-staff meetings.
  4. Advise activity coordinator of need for activity supplies.
  5. Assist activity coordinator in preparing activity calendar and newsletter articles.
  6. Assist clients with personal cares and baths, as needed.

Marginal Functions

  1. Assist in transporting clients as needed.
  2. Assist with dinner duty as necessary.
  3. Provide for other duties requested by the Senior Vice President.

Follows all policies and procedures of St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care


REGISTERED NURSE, DAY PROGRAM

Supervisor: Vice President, Adult Services
Location: Bucyrus Campus, 2450 W. North Avenue
Essential Functions:

  1. Assess clients in the pre-admission process.
  2. Obtain necessary records for admission and maintain an updated base of information for enrolled clients in each active file.
  3. 3Collaborate in establishing a plan of care for each client.
  4. Attend weekly client staffing sessions and assist in reviewing and revising the plan of care.
  5. Assess client needs as they arise related to episodes of illness, injury, change in living conditions, or change in medications and collaborate with others in meeting those needs.
  6. Maintain current status of medication – administration system used in the adult day center.
  7. Assist with and supervise the administration of medications in the adult day center.
  8. Respond to health-related emergencies in the Weinberg Building and as needed in other parts of the St. Ann Center Campus.
  9. Assist the Child-Day Care staff as needed with health-related concerns.
  10. Maintain current CPR/BLS for Health Care Provider’s Certification.
  11. Attend required meetings and programs as requested as an employee of St. Ann Center.

LIFEGUARD/SWIM INSTRUCTOR
Position Type: Part-time
Location: Stein Campus-2801 E. Morgan Ave.
Responsibilities  (Include but not limited to):

  1. Follow and enforce pool policies
  2. Alert supervisor of any unsafe conditions immediately
  3. Test water in pool and spa several times a day
  4. Add chemicals as needed or instructed
  5. Keep pool deck clean and free of debris. Remove any Band-Aids stuck on the deck
  6. Check all shower stalls daily and fill soap/shampoo dispensers as needed
  7. Maintain flexible hours as needed
  8. Do not leave pool unattended at any time when patrons are in the pool or spa
  9. Assist with phones, patron questions or market pool

Qualifications:

Obtain and keep American Red Cross lifeguard training/certification


We are always accepting resumes.

Please continue to check this page for future job opportunities, or visit either of our campuses if you are interested in working at St. Ann Center.