Childcare Worker

Childcare Worker
(Temporary/Part-Time Position)

Childcare Worker Description of Duties & Qualifications:

The Mansfield Mission Center is looking for experienced, caring, and compassionate child care workers to assist in caring for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years of age.  This is a temporary, part-time position for our GED class that will last for 10 weeks beginning January 15 and ending March 28, 2019. The work times will be Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6pm-9pm. The pay for this position is $10.00 an hour.

Duties will include:

Monitor infants and toddlers (0-2 years) to make sure they are kept clean and safe.  Take care of feeding and diaper change needs for infants and toddlers as needed during three-hour period.  Monitor activities of toddlers within classroom.  

Monitor children 3-12 years of age within a classroom setting and during any potential outside activities.  Responsible for making sure each child is accompanied to restroom area and returned safely to classroom.  Must monitor behavior of children inside classroom to ensure safety of each child.  Supervise any games and/or activities and provide structure within the classroom.  

The candidate could be assigned to work with 0-2 year olds only, 3-12 year olds only, or could potentially work with both groups.  Individuals would work under the direction of the Mansfield Mission Center’s Director of Programs.

Qualifications include:

  • 1 plus years of childcare experience

  • Ability to pass a background check is required

  • A caring and compassionate attitude is a must

  • CPR and First Aid certifications a plus

We will be serving a meal before each class from 5:30pm-6:00pm which childcare workers would also receive for free.  The location of the class is in Mansfield, Texas.  There will be no more than 10 children per classroom and there will be two workers per classroom.

For more information or to apply: please submit your resume to Charlene Hurst, Director of Programs at charleneh@mansfieldmission.org.

Samantha Sutherland