Employment

Full-Time Employment

We do not currently have full-time openings for Lead Teachers.

Student Positions

As part of the CDL’s Teaching mission, we are devoted to training and working with undergraduate students who are eager to apply their knowledge of child development to the field. The CDL gives preference to our returning undergraduate students. Ideally, students would first serve as a Volunteer, then participate in an Internship, and subsequently apply for open Assistant Teacher positions.

We will soon be hiring Interns and Teaching Assistants for Spring 2022, see below for more information.

INTERN – HDFS 601 & HDFS 501

Brief Position Summary: The primary responsibility of the Early Childhood Education (ECE) Intern is to support our Teaching mission and assist in the care of children in the CDL. This includes providing assistance in the supervision, management, and guidance of a classroom of children, as well as preparation for daily activities and routines.  The ECE Intern receives direct support from Lead Teachers and reports to the Assistant Director. This opportunity is for only for students enrolling in both the HDFS 601 Internship course and 1-credit HDFS 501 Theory to Practice course in Spring 2022. Spring 2022 CDL internship positions span from January 20th – May 17th.

Preferences: Preference will be given to students who have the ability to work every day (Monday through Friday), ability to work both morning and afternoon shifts, and ability to adjust shifts by 15-30 minutes.

Desired Shifts:
Morning
– 8:00-10:30am (Infant/Toddler/Preschool/4K)
– 8:30-11:00am (Infant/Toddler/Preschool/4K)
Afternoon
– 1:00-5:00pm (Infant)
– 1:15-5:15pm (Infant)
– 2:15-5:15pm (Toddler/Preschool/4K)
– 2:30-5:30pm (Toddler/Preschool/4K)

Requirements:
Onboarding & Policies
– Attend orientation in January
– Complete fingerprint background check (facilitated by CDL)
– Complete CPR & First Aid certification (hosted by CDL 1/5/21)
– Follow the CDL attendance policy
– Follow COVID policies from campus, PHMDC, and DCF
Courses
– Enroll in HDFS 601: Internship (3 credits) AND 
– Enroll in HDFS 501: Child Development Theory to Practice (1 credit)

Applications due October 29th (coming soon)

ASSISTANT TEACHER

Brief Position Summary: The primary responsibility of the Assistant Teacher is to support our Teaching mission and assist in the care of children in the CDL. This includes providing assistance in the supervision, management, and guidance of a classroom of children, as well as preparation for daily activities and routines.  The Assistant Teacher receives direct support from Lead Teachers and reports to the Assistant Director.

Preferences: Preference given to students with previous experience in early childhood settings, especially those who have previously completed the HDFS 601 Internship at the CDL. Preference will also be given to students who have the ability to work every day (Monday through Friday), ability to work both morning and afternoon shifts, and ability to adjust shifts by 15-30 minutes.

Desired Shifts:
Morning
– 8:00-10:30am (Infant/Toddler/Preschool/4K)
– 8:30-11:00am (Infant/Toddler/Preschool/4K)
Afternoon
– 1:00-5:00pm (Infant)
– 1:15-5:15pm (Infant)
– 2:15-5:15pm (Toddler/Preschool/4K)
– 2:30-5:30pm (Toddler/Preschool/4K)

Requirements:
Onboarding & Policies
– Attend orientation in January
– Complete fingerprint background check (facilitated by CDL)
– Complete CPR & First Aid certification (hosted by CDL 1/5/21)
– Follow the CDL attendance policy
– Follow COVID policies from campus, PHMDC, and DCF

Applications due October 29th (coming soon)

VOLUNTEER

Brief Position Summary: The primary responsibility of the Volunteer is to support our Teaching mission and assist in the care of children in the CDL. This includes providing assistance in the supervision, management, and guidance of a classroom of children, as well as preparation for daily activities and routines. Volunteers receive direct support from Lead Teachers and reports to the Assistant Director.

We currently do not have any volunteer openings due to COVID-19.