Join A Center Of Excellence & An Amazing Team

Be Part Of A Supportive Environment That Goes The Extra Mile For You

Join A Center Of Excellence & An Amazing Team

Be Part Of A Supportive Environment That Goes The Extra Mile For You

Preschool & Daycare Center Serving Houston, TX

Teachers Have Mentors That Lead Them To Success

Join a team of educators who want to see you win! All teachers have supportive mentors who guide them, show them the ropes, and teach them everything they need to excel. 

Teachers Have Mentors That Lead Them To Success
Join A Supportive, Caring Work Family

Join A Supportive & Caring Work Family

Be part of a family that laughs, teaches, and grows together with endless support you can always count on. A team-teaching environment encourages sharing and support; your input, ideas, and contributions are priceless! 

The Perfect Environment For Passionate Leaders

If you enjoy working with children and molding young minds in the 21st-century way of learning, this is the place for you! Passionate and energetic teachers are the perfect fit, and training is a joy when everyone has the same vision.

The Perfect Environment For Passionate Leaders
Competitive Pay That Is Worth Your While

Competitive Pay Helps You Reach Your Goals

Get paid for the experience, value, education, and commitment to childcare you add to the team with competitive pay rates. All employees receive a Chase checking & savings account for easy-peasy direct deposits.

Career Development That Empowers You To Soar

Paid professional development and continued training, learning, and support give you the tools to climb the ladder of career success. Rise to the top of your game by staying up-to-date on the latest research on early childhood development. 

Career Development That Empowers You To Soar

Required Training, Screening, & Certifications Include:

Paid Time Off Gives You Peace Of Mind

Paid time off and paid holidays allow you to recharge and catch up on quality time with loved ones without worrying about lost wages. Know that you have what you need even when you’re not present.

A Flexible Schedule That Fits Within Your Daily Life

It’s easy to balance the great work you do with children and all the things you need to take care of in your personal life—flexibility is always an option with your choice of part-time or full-time positions.

A Flexible Schedule That Will Fit Your Daily Life
Comprehensive Health Benefits That Ensure Your Well-Being

Full Health Benefits Ensure Your Wellbeing

Take advantage of a comprehensive health plan that ensures you stay at your best. Customize your health package to include medical, dental, vision, and even life insurance so you have the support you need when you need it most. 

You’re Important Too— So Let’s Celebrate You!

Enjoy the perfect balance of work and fun by celebrating exciting events like birthdays and anniversaries with your work family! Be part of a culture where you’re appreciated and rewarded for all your hard work.

A Culture With Fun Events And Birthdays

We're Hiring!

The Director is responsible for the daily operations of our center. They ensure a safe and educational environment for young children, manage teaching staff, develop curricula in coordination with teachers, communicate with parents, and uphold the center’s reputation.

Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Implement school and licensing policies, procedures, & systems
  • Check email daily
  • Log into Procare© daily & ensure everything is updated & correct
  • Implement requirements of contracts including but not limited to the Food program, TRS, etc.
  • Seek and acquire resources that enhance the program for children & families
  • Ensure all permits are up-to-date and renewed when needed
  • Periodically check that classroom checklists are completed daily
  • Meet with the Parent Engagement Specialist to ensure CRM is updated quarterly
  • Conduct infant & toddler observations
  • Hold monthly one-on-one staff evaluations
  • Ensure monthly & yearly fire drill/safety drills are done on time


  • Maintain First Aid/CPR
  • Already has, or is working to meet the Texas state requirements for a State license as a Center Director
  • Maintain 24 training hours yearly

The Assistant Director is responsible for supporting the overall day-to-day operations of the center and reports to the Director. The Assistant Director consistently follows through with all duties & miscellaneous duties as assigned in a competent & timely manner.

Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Check email daily
  • Review & coordinate Leave of Absence forms
  • Review lesson plans & help the Curriculum Specialist with corrections
  • Input lates & absences
  • Assumes major responsibility for staff schedule & labor budget
  • Coordinate staff meetings & training sessions, as well as maintain staff training hours
  • Ensure staff records are in compliance with licensing
  • Acts as the Human Resource Specialist which includes, but is not limited to, recruiting, screening, interviewing, onboarding, placing, conducting, & analyzing exit interviews for all employees
  • Daily audit of Pre-K classrooms to ensure the use of lesson plans, curriculum, & checklists
  • Ensure that payroll is correct & submitted on time
  • Create the agenda for teacher in-service days
  • Ensure that teachers are scheduling and performing Parent-Teacher conferences
  • Conduct student vision, hearing, & lice screenings yearly


  • Maintains CPR/First Aid
  • Already has, or is working to meet the Texas state requirements for a State license as a Center Director
  • Maintain 24 training hours

The Enrollment Specialist is responsible for assessing applications, handling documentation, collecting information, entering data, & providing high-quality client service. To be a successful Enrollment Specialist, you should be able to assess the eligibility of candidates for specific programs, make recommendations, & maintain meticulous records.

Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Schedule & conduct school tours
  • Collect all enrollment documents & ensure they are complete and accurate
  • Process enrollments & dis-enrollments 
  • Update the enrollment availability spreadsheet weekly
  • Ensure that student files contain all necessary documents at all times
  • Be the main point of contact for all applicants & parent/student prospects
  • Maintain knowledge of tuition prices & program updates  
  • Assist with billing & payment processing


  • Excellent customer service 
  • Strong organizational & time management skills
  • Ability to multitask & prioritize

The Parent Engagement Coordinator is responsible for parental engagement & involvement through CRM by ensuring all data is pre-loaded into the system on a quarterly basis.

Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Maintain communication with all new & previous leads
  • Input new phone leads into the system
  • Enter all events on the quarterly calendar  (birthdays, closures, parent meetings, etc.)
  • Compose & send emails/texts to parents as needed
  • Print & distribute FP attendance and any other attendance papers at the beginning of each month (This includes the kitchen)
  • Maintain a clean workspace


  • Excellent Customer service
  • Strong organizational & time management skills
  • Ability to multitask & prioritize

The cook plans, prepares, serves, and documents all meals & snacks for the center. Accurately follows the cycle menus in accordance with programs budget and state & federal nutritional program guidelines. Keeps an accurate inventory of food & supplies; order inventory as needed.

The cook oversees operations of the food program, including hygiene & sanitation, meal planning, & preparation.

Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Ensures adherence to FPA guidelines and all public health regulations regarding food storage & prep
  • Plans/maps food & supply purchases
  • Obtains & retains child nutrition labels
  • Develops 4-week menu with Directors approval
  • Attends FPA conferences, workshops, & trainings as needed
  • Uses proper hygiene protocols (handwashing, gloves, hair nets, etc.) when preparing and serving meals & snacks
  • Distributes meals & snacks to classrooms at the appropriate temperatures
  • Stores food at appropriate temperature
  • Faxes all meal production, receipts, & time distribution reports on a weekly/monthly basis
  • Maintains a safe & sanitary kitchen
  • Washes food preparation items using sanitizing methods determined by the health department
  • Keeps kitchen counters, cabinets, shelves, veggie/fruit rack, pantry, appliances, and all work areas clean & free from hazards & rodents
  • Relieve co-workers for restroom breaks, lunch breaks, etc.


  • No experience necessary—we provide training!
  • Willing to listen, learn, & apply best efforts
  • Maintains CPR/First aid

The Grounds Maintenance person cleans the buildings, equipment, & furnishings of the school. They ensure the common areas, offices, & classrooms stay clean. They also maintain clean  equipment and ensure all cleaning supplies are stocked at all times. They perform general repairs that do not require a specialized technician as well as routine maintenance on building systems.

Responsibilities & Duties:

  • General cleaning of the building—keeping it maintained & in good condition
  • Vacuum, sweep, & mop all floors
  • Cleaning & stocking restrooms
  • Clean up spills with appropriate equipment
  • Assist teachers with sanitizing toys & other classroom equipment
  • Perform minor repairs; Notify directors of major repairs
  • Collect & dispose of trash
  • Keep cleaning supplies in stock at all times
  • Complete tasks in a timely manner with minimal supervision


  • No experience needed—we provide training!
  • Ability to lift at least 25 pounds
  • Works well when supervisors are not present
  • Is able to maintain positive relationships with other staff & children

Ride along on the van/bus to help the driver ensure the safe & orderly transportation of students.

Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Conduct a walk through of van/bus to ensure there is no trash & that all seatbelts are in working order
  • Collect students from designated pick up area at each stop
  • Check & document each student’s temperature upon entry of the vehicle
  • Ensure each student sits in their assigned seat & straps on their seat belt
  • Conduct name-to-face checks (Ex: entry of vehicle, exit from vehicle, arrival in classroom, etc.)
  • Conduct a walk through of the van/bus to ensure nothing and no one was left behind


  • Pleasant/Friendly demeanor with an outgoing personality
  • Excellent communication, customer service, & problem solving skills
  • Maintain First Aid/CPR

The Curriculum Specialist helps with the day-to-day operations of the classroom by developing new curricula or improving existing curricula. They conduct research & make recommendations to the administration. They also work with teachers & administrators to evaluate existing curricula and assess the quality of instruction.

Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Use current curriculum to revise or create new classroom lesson plans 
  • Organize & set Parent Teacher conferences (in person or via zoom) with approval from Assistant director
  • Revise classroom schedules in collaboration with each classroom’s teacher
  • Update calendars posted around the center monthly (Ex. birthdays, holidays, upcoming training, etc)
  • Maintain knowledge of employee relations, such as, but not limited to, birthdays & anniversaries
  • Create & maintain a classroom management system that keeps track of supplies, equipment, checklists, name tags, etc.


  • Pleasant/friendly demeanor with an outgoing personality
  • Excellent communication, customer service, & problem solving skills
  • Strong computer skills

The Lead Teacher is responsible for implementing best practice child care & child supervision strategies; as well as for developing & implementing a stimulating program & curriculum that promotes the social, emotional, & physical development of each child enrolled in our program. The development of these activities within the program and/or curriculum must align with the New York State Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for English Language Arts & Mathematics.

Responsibilities & Duties

  • Assist in the supervision of children to maintain the overall health, safety, & wellbeing of each child in care
  • Discuss assigned duties with classroom teachers in order to coordinate instructional efforts
  • Maintain a well-organized, clean, sanitary, safe, & attractive classroom environment conducive to the optimal development of children. This includes cleaning surfaces, equipment, toys, & removing garbage
  • Serve & feed children approved or provided meals. Must be conscious of food allergies & restrictions
  • Change diapers, toilet train, and/or assist each child with going to the bathroom as needed
  • Maintain records on each child’s attendance, progress, & development for the purpose of planning & compliance with the ELG, PKFCC, OR CCSS
  • Participate in mandatory staff meetings, training, center activities, & staff development
  • Conduct appropriate developmental screenings & formal assessments for each child as assigned
  • Review each individual child’s developmental progress & create individual plans for improvement
  • Develop a positive relationship with each child and promote the development of self-esteem & self-discipline
  • Establish a positive professional relationship & open line of appropriate communication with each child’s family & share information about the child’s day at the center
  • Plan & implement the daily program based on principles of child development & in accordance with the class curriculum, standards/goals, & State regulations
  • Assist children individually or in small groups in order to help them master assignments & reinforce learning concepts 
  • Enforce & abide by all company policies, regulations, administration instructions, & rules governing students
  • Organize & label materials
  • Provide appropriate additional assistance and/or lesson differentiation to students with special needs
  • Update each child’s daily report using the center’s daily reporting system or logs
  • Complete incident reports to notify children’s families of incidents, injuries, or illnesses that occur at the center
  • Undergo ongoing training as assigned or approved by administration and/or the Center Director
  • Must be able to lift up to 25-30 pound children and objects
  • Must be able to walk, squat/kneel, sit on the floor, see, hear, & speak with children to ensure children’s health and safety
  • Train & supervise assistant teachers, floaters, volunteers, & others assisting in the classroom


  • Minimum 9+ college credits in Early Childhood, Child Development, or a related field with a plan of study required
  • Associates degree or higher in Early Childhood, Child Development, or a related field preferred
  • Minimum one year of child care experience preferred
  • Must demonstrate experience & interest in working with young children, parents, & with a team of educators
  • Must have effective, appropriate, & strong communication skills (oral and written)
  • Must be able to speak, read, & write fluently in English. Bilingual is a plus

Are you a passionate educator looking to make a lasting, positive impact on the lives of young students? Can you uphold all state educational standards while teaching with love & creativity to provide an extraordinary, progressive experience for your students? 

We’re looking for teachers to join our team of long-serving, dedicated professionals who spend their days sparking learning & creating joy! 

If you’re ready to move into a career that makes a difference, and you:

  • Consider yourself a natural, empathetic leader
  • Have an educational background in ECE, either with a degree or a degree in progress
  • Have experience working in a licensed child care/ early learning setting 
  • Are a strong verbal & written communicator with some tech-savvy
  • Can physically complete the tasks necessary to care for small children, and
  • Agree with & can deliver on our mission to provide exceptional care & learning

then please apply today! We can’t wait to meet you!

Are you a compassionate, motivated person who adores children & want to break into the field of early childhood education? Can you work as part of a team to uphold state educational standards while providing loving, supportive care to your students? 

We’re looking for people like you who want to begin or advance a career providing classroom support to teachers and brightening the lives of little learners.

If you’re ready to move into a career that makes a difference, and you:

  • Are friendly, dependable, & willing to work as an integral part of a classroom team
  • Have a high school diploma or equivalent & want to achieve a degree in ECE
  • Want ECE work experience & professional development opportunities 
  • Can communicate respectfully with students, colleagues, parents, & administrators
  • Are physically able to complete the tasks necessary to care for small children, and 
  • Agree with & can deliver on our mission to provide exceptional care and learning —

then please apply today! We can’t wait to meet you!

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