Part-Time Childcare Provider
Are you interested in making a difference in a child's life? As one of the Nonprofit Times' Top 50 Best Nonprofits To Work For, Providence House protects at-risk children and supports families through crisis, strengthening communities to end child abuse and neglect. If you are committed to helping others, value communication and collaboration, and are passionate about what we do, we'd love to have you join our team!
Working in our Crisis and Pediatric Crisis Nurseries, Childcare Providers are assigned up to 5 children, 0-12 years of age, each shift. Each Childcare Provider is primarily responsible for all aspects of the children's care, including providing developmentally-appropriate educational enrichment activities and bathing/toileting/hygiene needs. Care is provided in a trauma-informed way and there is a focus on positive behavior management. Each shift also works as a team to complete additional household duties as assigned.
Qualifications for Childcare Provider positions:
- 21 years of age or older; High school diploma or GED equivalent required
- One to two years of direct paid childcare experience at minimum
- Able to accommodate evening, weekend and holiday work schedules
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- Valid State of Ohio driver’s license
- CPR/First Aid certifications a plus
This is a part-time, non-exempt position.
Shift Hours: Monday - Thursday, 4:30pm - 9:30pm
The starting rate of pay is between $13 and $15 per hour commensurate with experience.
**Openings and specific requirements vary, so please complete the contact form below to learn more about open positions.
If you are interested in joining our team, please be sure to complete the attached application, and attach an updated resume and cover letter.
Providence House is committed to promoting a diverse environment and is proud to provide equal employment opportunities to all individuals regardless of their race, color, religion, creed, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. In addition, reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities may be made to perform the essential functions of the job.