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Childcare Career Opportunities

Kiddies Kollege Christian Center is always in search of dedicated, motivated, nurturing professionals who love challenges and are committed to inspiring and molding eager young minds in a Christian-based setting. 


Various staff positions are needed to operate our Child Care Center.  All staff must meet certain educational and experience qualifications, get health screenings, and undergo background checks for FBI and State criminal histories in addition to child abuse and neglect clearances.


Meeting educational and experience requirements may qualify a person for a particular position, but results of criminal history record checks and child abuse and neglect clearances will determine suitability for employment.  The Office of Child Care may prohibit KKCC from hiring an individual based on background check findings.

Candidates selected to fill a position will be required to:

  • Work with children ages 2 through 5 years of age.

  • Be able to work or assist in any classroom or with any age group of children, at any given time at the discretion of administration.  Changes will be made based on availability and needs of the Center.

  • Have a flexible schedule and be available to work during business hours 6:30 a.m. to 6:15 p.m. Your schedule or any changes will be based on the needs and availability of the Center.

  • Become a part of and continue to be part of the Maryland Child Care Credentialing Program on or before the first-year anniversary of your employment at KKCC.

Candidates selected to fill a position MUST:

  • Have a warm and friendly personality.

  • Be sensitive to the needs of children and be able to relate well with them.

  • Maintain a professional attitude with children, parents, co-workers, and management.

  • Be able to communicate professionally.  

  • Maintain great attendance, arrive to work on time and notify the school in the event of illness or emergency.

  • Maintain a neat, clean, and professional appearance.

  • Attend staff meetings and required in-service training.

  • Report problems with children or room management in writing to the Director immediately.

  • Be knowledgeable of and prepared to implement program emergency procedures if needed.

  • Follow all KKCC personnel policies and procedures.

  • Be aware of and comply with state regulations. 


Candidates selected to fill a position will be responsible for:

  • Properly supervising children at all times and during all activities to ensure the safety of each child in their care.

  • Planning and executing appropriate early childhood educational experiences with a variety of materials in developmental areas such as art, music, science, math, phonics, and literature.

  • Planning, implementing, and supervising activities that promote healthy emotional, social, intellectual, and physical development of each child.

  • Maintaining a clean, neat, and organized classroom that provides a positive environment for children to learn.

  • Maintaining all educational equipment and material.

  • Conducting parent conferences twice a year.

  • Maintaining records of each child’s progress, growth, and development.

  • Maintaining continuous communication with parents regarding each child’s developmental growth and behavior. 

  • Discussing and informing parents of any concerns, problems, or injuries to their child.

  • Fulfilling all other duties as assigned.

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Assistant Teacher Qualifications

  • 19 Years old or older.

  • Experience working with children is preferred.

  • Basic Health and Safety Training (within 90-day probationary period).

  • Covid-19 Training (withing 90-day probationary period).

  • Center Aid Orientation (within 90-day probationary period).

Teacher Qualifications

  • 19 Years old or older.

  • 90 Hour Child Care Certificate or Degree in Early Childhood Education. Certificate should include 45 Hours Preschool Curriculum and 45 Hours Child Growth Development.

  • 9 Hour Communication Course.

  • Current First Aid & CPR Certificate.

  • Medication Administration Training.

  • Emergency Preparedness Training.

  • Including All Children and the Americans with Disabilities ACT (ADA).

  • Developmental Screening Overview.

  • Breastfeeding Support.

  • Basic Health and Safety Training.

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent.

  • 1 year of experience working with children ages 2 through 5, with work verification.

  • COVID-19 Training.

  • Center Aid Orientation (if hired after 9/1/23)

  • Other Office of Child Care Required Trainings

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