Employment opportunities

EC3 is currently hiring:
  • Support staff. These classroom support staff positions are 10-20 hours per week, and you would work in a variety of classrooms.
 
EC3 maintains high standards of performance for all its staff positions, whether full-time or part-time, classroom or office.
 
In general, all caregivers are expected to perform the following tasks:
  • Provide care, early childhood education, and support to young children in a co-teaching environment.
  • Deliver high-quality customer service to families of children in your care, as evidenced by daily written and verbal communications, regular parent-teacher conferences, and a positive, friendly, energetic disposition.
  • Demonstrate a passion for children, a respect for coworkers, and a knowledge of Michigan child care licensing requirements.

Requirements for all teaching candidates

  • Minimum of CDA or Associates Degree in early childhood education or a related field; Bachelors Degree preferred.
  • Minimum of three years experience working with young children in a center-based, educational setting.
  • Positive, friendly, cooperative disposition (references required).
  • Ability to pass an initial and intermittent background checks and receive clearance for working with young children.
  • Strong work ethic (punctual, responsible, collegial) and record of good work habits.
  • Commitment to life-long learning.

To be considered for employment at EC3, please send an e-mail to jobs@ec3kids.org and include all of the following:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • References

EC3 provides equal enrollment, employment, and service opportunities to all eligible persons without regard to race, color, gender, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, marital status, membership in any labor organization, political affiliation, or any other category protected by federal, state or local law.

Our child's teachers always make time to talk with us at drop-off and pick-up times. They ask about special things our child may have done that night or on the weekend. They have also used problems we have talked about (bath time, etc.) and read books about these issues to help our child.

Parent feedback from Fall 2012 survey
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