Home Childcare Providers develop and supervise schedules, syllabus and homework program for children. They are responsible for safety and security of the children at home. They must have outstanding communication skills with a verifiable good character, and able to work effectively with parents and other family members. Applicants for this position requires a license from state or province.
Alternate Job Titles
Parents Helper • Preschool Teacher • Baby-Care Worker • Day-Care Aide
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Home Childcare Provider Resume Example
698 6th Street, Calgary, AB V9p 9E3
(009) 901-2541, [Email]
HOME CHILDCARE PROVIDER
A talented and experienced childcare professional offering:
• 9 years of extensive experience as a child care worker and day care attendant.
• Creative and cheerful personality with strong attention to detail.
• Very caring, reliable and methodical approach.
• Ability to do work both in morning and evening shifts.
• Outstanding communication, organizational and writing skills.
Child Care Worker | HAPPY HOMES, Edmonton AB | May 2008 – Present
• Arrange and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for children.
• Change diapers of infants and toddlers following appropriate health guidelines.
• Arrange and serve meals and drinks to kids.
• Correct children behavior when needed.
• Read to children and instruct them with simple painting, drawing, games, hand work, and songs.
• Teach children to be sympathetic to others.
• Encourage children to take care of toys, books, and clothing.
• Ensure children are secure from any potential hazards.
Private Home Childcare Provider | Jan 2006 – May 2008
• Watched children with particular medical needs and call for medical help when needed.
• Monitored children at baths or pools.
• Checked homework and assisted children in weak areas.
• Washed and disinfected toys and playing equipment.
• Kept records of child’s development and talked about child’s needs with guardians.
• Ensured supplies are prepared for scheduled activities.
• Taught children concerning good health and individual habits, for example eating, resting, and toileting.
• Oversaw rest periods and ensured children took proper rest.
Diploma: City School, Calgary, AB – 2005
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