We are always looking for quality professionals interested in joining the Wild Plum Center family. Even if there are no job openings listed here, please feel free to download the application located at the bottom of the page and submit it to us. We will keep all applications on file and will review them when openings do become available.

Wild Plum Center is now hiring:
Infant Toddler/Early Head Start Teacher Assistant:

Position Summary and Definition:

Assist the Teacher in providing a developmentally appropriate early childhood education program that will foster expressive language, cognitive, social emotional and physical skills.  The Teacher Assistant will support the teacher in implementing Frog Street Curriculum, Dual Language, assessments and measuring of the child’s progress.  The Teacher Assistant will support the Teacher to ensure that all of the Head Start performance standards are met.

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Head Start Teacher:

Position Summary and Definition:

Provide a developmentally appropriate early childhood education program that will foster expressive language, cognitive, social emotional and physical skills.  The teacher will assure a consistent, quality program through activities that encourage maximum growth in the student using knowledge of the student’s stage of development and learning style.  The teacher will implement Creative Curriculum, STEAM activities, and a Dual Language plan as well as complete an initial screening followed by assessments of the child’s progress.  The Teacher ensures compliance with laws, rules, regulations, and performance standards in applicable content areas.  

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Infant Toddler/Early Head Start Co-Teacher:

Position Summary and Definition:

Provide a developmentally appropriate early childhood education program for children infant – 3 years old, that will foster expressive language, cognitive, social emotional and physical skills.  The teacher will assure a consistent, quality program through activities that encourage maximum growth in the student using knowledge of the student’s stage of development and learning style.  The teacher will implement Frog Street Lessons, a Dual Language Plan, as well as complete an initial screening followed by assessments of the child’s progress.  The Teacher ensures compliance with laws, rules, regulations, and performance standards in applicable content areas.      

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COOK:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

The following statements are illustrative of the essential functions of the job and do not include other nonessential or peripheral duties that may be required.  The Wild Plum Center retains the right to modify or change the duties or essential and additional functions of the job at any time.

  • Support the Cook as directed
  • Assist in providing daily nutritional meals according to USDA standards
  • Assist in planning the program’s yearly menu
  • Maintain a clean and sanitary facility
  • Provide food services for meetings as needed
  • Attend workshops, in-service training and staff meetings
  • Follow the program’s chain of command in dealing with program problems and concerns

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Education and Experience:  Any combination of education and experience accepted.  Previous experience with quantity cooking and providing quality meals preferred.  Must be familiar with child nutritional needs and have basic math skills.

Special Qualifications:  Must have verbal and written and record-keeping skills.  Must be flexible and organized and be willing to work as a member of a team.  Must be able to read English and calculate recipe measurements.  Proof of health examination, TB test and required background checks must be completed.  Must have a valid driver’s license and the use of a reliable vehicle.  

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Wild Plum Center follows the St Vrain Valley School District calendar, which makes for plenty of paid time off.

If interested please submit your resume to www.info@wildplumcenter.org , or fill out the online application.

Those interested may fill out and submit the application attached below OR submit a cover letter and resume. You may submit your materials in the following ways:

Email: info@wildplumcenter.org 

(be sure to attach the cover letter and resume to the email as a Word doc, PDF, etc.)

Fax: 720-684-5110

Mail: Wild Plum Center/Attn: Hiring, 82 21st Ave., Ste B; Longmont, CO 80501

 

Thank you!

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