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New England Heart & Vascular Institute
Coordinates with the lead and Associate teachers to provide a stimulating, safe, and developmentally appropriate educational environment where children have the opportunity to develop cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills.
Must meet the qualifications of an assistant teacher as outlined by the State of NH requirements. Including but not limited to:
(1) Be at least 16 years of age; and
(2) Work with children only under the direct supervision and observation of a staff person who meets at least the minimum qualifications of an associate teacher. (p) Notwithstanding (o)(2) above, assistant teachers shall only be alone with a child or group of children if the following conditions are met: (1) The center director has approved the specific assistant teacher to do this, with approval documented in the employee’s file; (2) The employee has been deemed eligible to work pursuant to RSA 170-E:7, III; (3) The employee has at least 3 months of experience at the program; (4) The employee has completed the required trainings pursuant to He-C 4002.30(a); and (5) The specific activities that the assistant teacher may be alone with children include: a. Walking children: 1. To or from a bathroom; 2. To or from receiving first aid treatment; 3. To or from a bus stop; and 4. From one classroom or area to another within the licensed premises; b. Supervising an ill child while waiting for pick-up by a parent; c. Supervising a group of children for up to 5 minutes when other child care personnel leave the classroom to do a task that cannot be completed by the assistant teacher; or d. Supervising any children that may otherwise be without direct staff supervision pursuant to He-C 4002.19.