In a time of economic turmoil, one local business is hiring new employees in a hurry. The Children’s Workshop is a family owned childcare company founded in 1990. They are recruiting full time and part time employees in multiple locations to join their team of early childhood educators.
The Children’s Workshop is aggressively recruiting experienced, high quality early childhood professionals in all of their nineteen schools across Massachusetts and Rhode Island. They are actively seeking highly motivated and creative professionals that want to make a difference in the lives of children.
They provide professional development programs and support to assist employees looking to further a career in the early childhood education field. In addition, they have a benefits packages including comprehensive health, dental and vision insurance, a generous paid time off package, tuition assistance, child care discounts, 401K retirement savings account, life insurance and support.
“We are experiencing a time of growth in our industry. Working parents need quality care for their precious children.” Says Vice President of Corporate Development, Maggie Teller, “At The Children's Workshop, we not only encourage growth in the children that we care for, but in our teachers too. We treat early childhood educators as the professionals they are and give them the respect, support, and encouragement that they deserve.”
The Children’s Workshop encourages playtime during work hours because they believe in the value of learning through play. They have collaborated with local universities including Cambridge College, Fisher College, Walden University and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in order to help employees start, continue, complete or further their education.
Job seekers can view open positions and apply online at www.childrensworkshop.com/careers.
The Children’s Workshop of North Kingstown is located at 4094 Quaker Lane. The local phone number is (401) 294-2340. For more information about The Children’s Workshop, please visit www.childrensworkshop.com