Employment Opportunities

Custodian – Requirements are: 1 year experience in building maintenance. Knowledge of maintenance equipment.

Child Care Teacher, Gold Room (11:00 – 5:30) – Requirements are: 2-year/4-year degree in Early Childhood Education, CDA or a related field is required. Thorough knowledge of child development and developmental disabilities in children.

Child Care Teacher, Orange Room – Requirements are: 2-year/4-year degree in Early Childhood Education, CDA or a related field is required. Thorough knowledge of child development and developmental disabilities in children.

Child Care Teacher, Special Care Nursery – Requirements are: 2-year/4-year degree in Early Childhood Education, CDA or a related field is required. Thorough knowledge of child development and developmental disabilities in children. C.N.A. experience highly preferred.

Floating Caregiver – Requirements are: 2-year/4-year degree in Early Childhood Education, CDA or a related field is required. Thorough knowledge of child development and developmental disabilities in children.

Bilingual Clinic Assistant (16-20 hrs per week) – Requirements are: Bilingual/Bicultural in Spanish.

Special Education Teacher (Part Time) – Requirements are: Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Special Education, Child Development or related field. DPI 808/809 license preferred.

Kohl’s Building Blocks Street Team Staff – Requirements are: HS Diploma or GED, strong public speaking skills, ability to work 10 -20 hours per week during Summerfest and State Fair.

Kohl’s Building Blocks Street Team Lead – Requirements are: HS Diploma or GED, strong public speaking skills, ability to work 5 -25 hours per week during the summer months and on –call year round.

 

To apply, please submit a resume to:
Penfield Children’s Center
833 N. 26th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Fax: 414-344-7739

Email:  hr@penfieldchildren.org

Or complete an application on site.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer operating under an Affirmative Action Plan.

Our Mission Statement

Penfield Children's Center creates a positive start in life for infants and children, many of whom have developmental delays or disabilities, by providing early education, health services and family programming.

Penfield Facts

Penfield Children’s Center is named in honor of Dr. Wilder Penfield (1891-1976), a world-renowned neurosurgeon who strongly advocated early intervention for children with developmental delays and disabilities.