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OrganizationThe Child Care and Learning Center
TypeFull Time
Application DeadlineSeptember 30, 2021
College Degree Required?No
Salary Range$15 - $17.50 per hour depending on education
Phone(540) 675-3237


The Child Care and Learning Center in Washington, Virginia is hiring! CCLC is looking for child care staff with a passion for working with infants and young children. Applicants must have at least one year of licensed child care experience, a high school diploma or equivalent, and availability to work a flexible schedule. Preferred qualifications are a CDA or degree in Early Childhood Education. CCLC offers a competitive salary and benefits. Interested? Please submit a resume with your address and phone number.

Job Duties

CCLC requires all teaching staff to work a flexible schedule and to share responsibility for diapering, feeding, and supervision of children.  Additional job duties include:

  • working with a range of child ages based on CCLC needs
  • working outdoors with children up to 4 hours per day
  • working under the direction of a lead teacher

Skills Required

This position requires a dependable employee with a calm demeanor and good interpersonal and time-management skills.  The ideal candidate would additionally have excellent knowledge of child development and positive discipline.

Virginia licensing additionally requires all new staff to complete 13 hours of preservice training, CPR and first aid training, criminal background checks, and a TB screen prior to starting employment.

As of July 1, 2021, CCLC requires all new staff to receive the COVID-19 vaccination and flu shot prior to beginning work.  Staff working in the infant room must also show proof of a current TDAP vaccine.


Additional Info

CCLC is a private 501c3 nonprofit child care center operating in Washington, Virginia (Rappahannock County).  The child care center has been in continuous operation since 1976 and serves 125 children between the ages of 3 weeks to 12 years of age.

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