Floater Teacher

Position Summary

Our FACES SF Teachers are passionate about early childhood education, kids in general and work in a supportive and collegiate environment where you can make a difference. These positions are non-exempt and will report directly to the Site Supervisor. Current openings include floater teachers. 

Job Expectations:

  • Establish and maintain a safe, healthy and rich learning environment per FACES SF standards
  • Support children’s growth in key developmental areas (social-emotional, language and literacy, cognitive, and physical) 
  • Use age-appropriate positive guidance techniques and model behavior for children
  • Build positive teacher/child interactions and peer relationships in the classroom  
  • Maintain Community Care Licensing (CCL) standards; monitor teacher/child ratio
  • Collaborate with the teaching team to implement lessons and activities appropriate to children’s developmental expectations
  • Follow all health and safety procedures, including closely supervising children and conducting health checks  
  • Complete weekly developmental observations and DRDP assessments for assigned children
  • Create and maintain positive family relationships
  • Communicate with parents/caregivers daily around their child’s day and milestones
  • Support lead teacher to prepare for teacher conferences with parents/caregivers
  • Follow all policies, procedures, and expectations set in Teacher Handbook
  • Attend staff meetings and professional development/trainings  
  • Align classroom practices to FACES SF values


  • Maintain California Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or Higher 
  • 0-5 years of experience with children 0-5 years old
  • Ability to travel to FACES different campuses 
  • Demonstrate commitment to working with families from marginalized communities
  • Use effective and compassionate communication
  • Work cooperatively as part of an interdisciplinary team 
  • Meet required state, federal, local, and CDC standards (including but not limited to fingerprint clearance, negative TB test, First Aid, CPR)
  •  Lift up to 50lbs
  • Ability to meet required state, federal, local, and CDC standards (including but not limited to fingerprint clearance, negative TB test, First Aid, CPR)
  • A deep commitment to aligning all program practices to FACES SF values, especially around equity, inclusion, and belonging for all our stakeholders within the evaluation process
  • Strong passion for and a a desire to humbly reflect and grow in pursuit of our mission
  • A sense of humor – we believe joy and justice go hand in hand!

What We Offer

  • Hourly rate starting at $28 – $32.80 based on units, education and/or years of experience in Early Childhood Education
  • Three weeks of vacation, ten sick days, ten paid holidays, and a paid winter closure between 
  • A retirement plan with employer match up to 7% of your salary
  • 100% employer covered health care for employee, and 25% coverage for dependents
  • A chance to positively impact the lives of young children and their families
  • A fun, dynamic and collaborative working environment
  • Being part of a movement to achieve educational and economic justice

To apply: Please send your resume and brief note re: your interest in this role to jobs@facessf.org

FACES SF is a welcoming workplace for all. We embrace diversity in every form- race and culture, gender identity, sexuality, country of origin, religion, and/or ability. Candidates with diverse backgrounds and lived experiences are strongly encouraged to apply.  

FACES SF is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.