Nike Floating Associate Teacher in Beaverton, Oregon
Become a Part of the NIKE, Inc. Team
NIKE, Inc. does more than outfit the world's best athletes. It is a place to explore potential, obliterate boundaries and push out the edges of what can be. The company looks for people who can grow, think, dream and create. Its culture thrives by embracing diversity and rewarding imagination. The brand seeks achievers, leaders and visionaries. At Nike, it’s about each person bringing skills and passion to a challenging and constantly evolving game.
The Nike Child Development team engages with hundreds of Nike employees’ children every workday at childcare centers at the Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton, Ore. The teams provide the children — infants to age 5 — with a creative learning environment and experiences that only Nike can deliver. Easy access to Nike’s facilities offers opportunities for a wide array of physical activities and on-campus events including farmer’s markets, athlete visits and seasonal celebrations. Child Development Center employees’ expertise in early education, child psychology, nutrition and other areas help give each child a running start.
As a Floating Associate Teacher, you'll assist with program implementation, interact with children, participate in classroom activities and provide continual supervision of children birth-five. You'll assist in implementing lesson plans and developmentally appropriate programming by following instructions outlined by the Teacher in order to meet established curriculum goals for your assigned classroom. You'll interact with children, initiate and encourage participation and provide them with emotional and physical support. You'll also be expected to maintain effective communication within the classroom including sharing information with the Teacher, Parents and staff. In addition, you'll also assure the safe care of children at all times including providing continual supervision of all children so that no child is ever unattended.
To ensure that we continue to hire competent, ethical and trustworthy individuals, all candidates must successfully complete a thorough background investigation prior to receiving any offer of employment from Nike.
Requirements for the position include:
Ability to sit, bend and lift up to 50lbs
Ability to move quickly around aclassroom or playground
Ability to physically move, lift orcontrol children in unsafe or emergency situations
Ability to read, speak, write andunderstand verbal and written English
Ability to maintain educational/traininghours as outlined by state licensing agency and attend in-service trainingas scheduled twice per year
Ability to successfully complete acriminal history background check
Current enrollment in the Oregon ChildCare Division Central Background Registry
Full time availability Monday-Friday between 7:00am- 6:00pm from the hire date
Familiarity with NAEYC Accreditationstandards and Oregon Child Care Division Regulations is preferred
You must upload your post-secondary educational transcript(s) with this application
Minimum education requirements: Completed 12 semester/ 18 quarter credits in ECE, Child Development, Elementary Ed, Child & Family Studies or SPED. and 6 months teaching experience Or Current enrollment in an academic program of study in one of the above disciplines.
NIKE, Inc. is a growth company that looks for team members to grow with it. Nike offers a generous total rewards package, casual work environment, a diverse and inclusive culture, and an electric atmosphere for professional development. No matter the location, or the role, every Nike employee shares one galvanizing mission: To bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete* in the world.
NIKE, Inc. is committed to employing a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, or disability.
Job ID: SRC030817-FLAT
Location: United States-Oregon-Beaverton
Job Category: Corporate Services, Child Development