Job Description

Child Care Workers assist seniors in preschool programs planned for care of children and for inspiration of their social, emotional, educational, and physical development. They provide direction and leadership of everyday activities, field trips and classroom activities.

The following resume sample for a child care worker position is suitable for experienced as well as non-experienced candidates. If you have no prior experience, you may add volunteer or internship experience in the employment history section.

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Child Care Worker Resume Example


Sara Anderson

32 Example Street, Scottsburg, IN 65999
(000) 999-9999, sara @ email . com

Child Care Worker

PROFILE: Dedicated and reliable child care professional with 5+ years’ successful track record of nourishing and developing children of ages 1 to 8. Demonstrated ability to provide a diverse range of child care services at clients’ place. Strong desire to work together with children in order to facilitate their learning and make them successful in their lives.


• CPR and First Aid Certified
• High level of tolerance and deep understanding of child care techniques
• Very friendly and supportive attitude
• Current drivers license with a reliable and insured car


• Effectively handled intervening on behavioral problems of children
• Confronted negative behavior appropriately
• Attained best Employee of the year Award – 2010
• Received appreciation letter from host family


New Hope Services, Inc. Scottsburg, IN | May 2010 – Present
Child Care Worker

• Manage children’s in indoor and outdoor activities
• Observe every child’s daily health and follow health requirements about infectious diseases
• Plan and develop lessons and agenda of activities
• Encourage children to initiate their own activities
• Play together with children
• Prepare reports for employer

St. John’s Child Care Agency, Scottsburg IN | June 2009 – May 2010
Early Childhood Assistant

• Bathed, diapered and fed infants and kids
• Prepared meals and snacks for children
• Conducted and checked action programs designed for young children
• Arranged changeover periods for example lunch and rest for children
• Prepared craft materials and help children to use them
• Directed children in development of appropriate eating, dressing and bathroom habits
• Watched over children and reported observations to supervisor
• Discussed development and problems of children at personnel meetings


City University, Scottsburg, IN – 2008
B.S in Psychology


• Good communication and Interpersonal skills
• Willing to perform light housekeeping duties
• Excellent problem solving skills
• Proven ability to work efficiently without supervision

Strong references available