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Gross Schechter Day School, based in Pepper Pike, Ohio (greater Cleveland), is a Jewish day school serving more than 250 students in Early Childhood through 8th grade. Our outstanding dual language curriculum fosters creativity, critical thinking and problem solving. Our students are consistently recognized for their excellence in regional and state competitions and are awarded scholarships for their achievement. Similarly, the efforts of our outstanding teachers are continuously recognized through awards recognizing excellence in education. Gross Schechter’s modern facilities enable us to provide students with a 21st century learning environment. Our welcoming approach builds a strong, positive community that brings families together for learning, fun, and friendship. Gross Schechter Day School is where academic excellence is achieved within an immersive, joyous, Jewish learning and living environment.

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Job Title: General Studies Elementary Teacher
Date Revised: July 2023

Overview of the Position:

The Elementary School General Studies Teacher is assigned to deliver a comprehensive education program in accordance with Ohio Learning Standards.  The position is responsible for creating a classroom environment that fosters, promotes and develops a flexible program and environment favorable to learning and personal growth in accordance with each student’s ability. 

Education Requirements: Hold a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or college and an appropriate Ohio Teaching License

Job Title: Infant Care Specialist
Date Revised: February 2023

Overview of the Position:

Gross Schechter Day School is seeking qualified Infant Care Specialists for our infant Care Center.  Infant Care Specialists will provide general care to infants from six weeks to 18 months.  This includes ensuring the health and safety of infants, changing and feeding.  Infant Care Specialists will entertain and educate infants by reading to, playing with and nurturing them.  Infant Care Specialists must also have the skills to effectively communicate with coworkers and parents on a daily basis.  Prior experience in child care, along with relevant certifications (i.e., CPR, first aid, etc.), is preferable. 

Teacher Responsibilities:

  • Maintain daily records and reports for infants
  • Communicate with parents or guardians regarding infants’ progress or concerns
  • Prepare various teaching materials in accordance to infants’ developmental needs
  • Introduce infants to activities and toys aimed at physical and cognitive development
  • Manage infants’ social, emotional and physical needs.
  • Manage positive interaction activities targeted at providing stimulus, growth and development
  • Rock and verbally comfort infants when they are agitated
  • Talk to infants in order to facilitate relationship building
  • Change diapers
  • Prepare meals according to instructions provided by parents
  • Feed infants on a predefined scheduled and guide them to feed themselves when necessary
  • Ensure all toys provided are clean and safe for infants to use
  • Perform emergency procedures such as First Aid and CPR in the event of an emergency