Aspen Center for Child Development

Non-profit ECE in a Reggio Inspired setting


•              Collaborate with co-teacher on a daily basis to bring authentic learning experiences to children

•              Be a peer model for best practice in early childhood education
•              Partner with children and guide their learning experiences

•              Plan, document, and make learning visible

•              Build relationships with families to foster a strong home-school partnership

•              Collect objective observations to use with the Teaching Strategies Gold software for authentic                        assessment of children’s learning

•              Facilitate parent teacher dialogues twice a year

•              Keep appropriate records related to children

•              Adhere to the COVID policies implemented by Aspen Center and recommended by the CDC,                         CDPHE, and Boulder County Public  Health

This is a full time, fully benefitted position.

$19.00-22.00 BOE

Health, life, dental, vision

Paid Holidays

Paid Vacation

Sick days

Tuition discount for child care

1 hour lunch break

Access to resources provided by the OUR Center

At least 1 hour protected planning and 1 hour documentation time, weekly

Myriad of professional development opportunities

Collaborative work culture

Opportunities to mentor interns and practicum students

Minimum Education Requirements and Qualifications:

•            High School Diploma

  •   PDIS Credential Level III or above

•              Group leader qualified (required)

•              Classroom teaching experience in a constructivist learning environment

•              General knowledge of the State of Colorado Child Care Licensing rules and regulations and                           county health department guidelines.

•              CPR/First Aid Certification (preferred)

Desired Qualifications:

•              Degree in Early Childhood Education, Education, Human Development, or related field

You’re Good Fit for A Teaching Position at the Aspen Center if You:

•              Have a passion for early childhood education and advocating for children, families, and teachers

•              Have experience working in a Reggio Emilia inspired context

•              See yourself as a lifelong learner

•              Have a desire to be a part of cultivating change

•              Are well organized, able to multi-task, work with flexibility, and embrace ambiguity


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