Substitute Teacher (Infant-5 years of age) - SISW - MG

Job Description

The Mentor Graphics Child Development Center is looking for substitute teachers with flexible schedules to come play with us! Our ideal candidates are energetic, enthusiastic, self-motivated, authentic, passionate, playful, and most of all genuinely engaged by the work of the very youngest learners, infants through preschoolers.

Schedules are flexible and include on-call work and pre-scheduled work during our regular operating hours, Mon-Fri 7:30 AM -6 PM. Hourly rate starts at $14.00.

This is an ideal position for those pursuing degrees in education, those who are looking to enter the field of ECE.
As a substitute teacher you will receive on-site training and gain valuable experience in an innovative, high quality program working alongside our skilled teaching teams.

Responsibilities of this position include:
-Supporting the daily work of our school through curriculum that is responsive to children's interests.
-Participating in direct care-giving routines with children.
-Open and constructive conversations with communication with colleagues and parents.

Eligibility Requirements:
-Ability to enroll in the Oregon Child Care Division's Central Background Registry
-Food Handler's Card
-First Aid/CPR Certification (infant/pediatric/adult)

The Mentor Graphics Child Development Center is an employer-sponsored center at the company's worldwide headquarters in Wilsonville, approximately 20 miles from downtown Portland. Substitute teachers are hired through a contract agency and are not eligible for benefits.

Please explore our website to learn more about our program


Organization: Digital Industries

Company: Mentor Graphics Corporation

Experience Level: Early Professional

Job Type: Part-time

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