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Childcare Professional Certified
  • Division: Hillcrest Division
  • Job Class: Other
  • Status: Full - Time Regular
  • Shift: Evening
  • Hours / Days of Work: 12:00 - 8:00pm
  • Additional Information:
  • Location: Oklahoma Division Office
  • Department: Daycare
  • Minimum Education Required: HS/GED  Specialized training/certification may be required
  • Minimum Experience Required: 1 - 3 Years
  • EN-US_City TULSA
  • EN-US_StateProvince OK


Position Description:

Hillcrest Medical Center Child Development Center is seeking a Certified Childcare Professional, who is energetic, organized, typically happy and smiling, caring, able to multi-task and uses good judgment.  The hours are usually 11:00am - 8:00pm. Reporting to the Child Development Center Director, the Certified Childcare Professional will be dedicated to providing outstanding care for primarily infants (30 days to 1 year age group) of HMC employees.   

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain an open, friendly and cooperative relationship with each child and each child's family
  • Provide a learning environment for the children that is warm, supporting and comforting
  • Promote feelings of security and trust with the children and parents
  • Ensure children have adequate supplies from home, such as diapers
  • Feed and diaper children according to schedule
  • Plan and implement infant curriculum
  • Complete daily charts and reports
  • Maintain a positive and collaborative attitude
  • Conduct daily safety inspection of the classroom and outdoor learning environment
  • Engage in required health and safety procedures to reduce the spread of germs and ensure the safety ot the children
  • Cooperate successfully as a team

Position Requirements:

Requirements:

  • High school or GED, and obtained the qualifications at Level III or higher of the DHS Professional Development Ladder
  •  3 years professional childcare experience, infants preferred
  • CDA (Child Development Associate Credential) or CCP (Certified Childcare Professional)
  • Excellent verbal communication and organizational skills
  • Ability to multi-task and provide care for up to four infants at a time
  • Possess the skills to perform the position responsibilities
  • Meet the background investigation requirements per Oklahoma State Licensing Standards
  • Work with children without physical, psychological or emotional punishment, mistreatment, or abuse
  • Individualize the care and learning opportunities to meet each child's needs based upon the child's age and abilities, including reviewing the information provided by the parent while respecting confidentiality
  • Oklahoma Professional Development Ladder: Maintain a current OPDL certificate per State Licensing Standards
  • Local candidates preferred; no relocation assistance available for this position

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.