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North Suffolk Mental Health Association

Location: BostonMA 02118 Document ID: AC443-5KCB Posted on: 2019-04-3004/30/2019 Job Type: Full-time

Job Schedule:Full-time

Teacher's Assistant\/Admin. Filer - Spanish Bilingual

Join a multi-disciplinary team providing safe and developmentally stimulating activities in therapeutic early childhood classrooms, with children aged birth to three, using a family-centered approach. Assist in development of early childhood group curriculum and carry-over of individualized developmental child and outcomes for Early Intervention enrolled children and their families/caregivers. Assist with medical records and filing documentation. Spanish bilingual required.

Responsibilities include:
  • Assist in the development of developmentally appropriate activities and working with parent/caregivers in the groups.
  • Assist in the facilitation of developmentally appropriate activities
  • Assist in the set up and clean-up of activities.
  • Assist in diapering and toileting.
  • Direct interaction with children and parents and facilitation of activities when family members are present.
  • Maintain and update EEC Professional Qualifications Registry and meet all training requirements
  • Maintain all required EEC, DOE, DPH and program documentation. Responsible for integrity of case files and filing of documents.
  • Carry out directions of the classroom Lead Teacher necessary for smooth operation of classroom.
  • Assist in maintaining toys and equipment in the classroom in conjunction with EEC and DPH standards.
  • Responsible for organizing and filing of progress notes and documentation daily
  • Assist in maintaining compliance with medical records and funder requirements
  • Assist with putting children on and off the transportation vans daily and bringing children safely in and out of classrooms.
  • Assist in development of classroom curriculum


Education: High School or GED required. Associates Degree in Early Childhood, CDA preferred. EEC Infant/Toddler Lead Teacher certification preferred.

Experience: Experience within early childhood required.

Skills: Knowledge of early childhood development and classroom. Knowledge or training in early childhood disabilities. Spanish bilingual required.
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