April 15, 2021

Child Care Jobs: April 15 – April 21, 2021

Are you looking to enter the early learning field? You are in luck! Child care programs in the Greater Pittsburgh Area are hiring. To view this week’s featured job descriptions, see the list below.



Featured Jobs


Assistant Teachers

Kids At Heart Learning Center is looking to expand and is looking to fill positions in multiple rooms (Infant, Toddler, and Introductory Preschool). Candidates should possess a passion for working with children. Interested professionals can contact or 412.896.5882 to apply.

Therapeutic Child Care Staff

Part-Time Evening/Weekend

Jeremiah’s Place, Pittsburgh’s only crisis nursery, is seeking therapeutic child care staff to work evenings and weekends. These shifts are part-time and would either be 5:00 – 9:oo p.m. or 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. To apply, email your resume to Breawna Bradford at

Assistant Group Supervisor/Aide

Munchkin University Child Care Center is looking for enthusiastic, nurturing individuals to join their Munchkin family working with toddlers and preschool-aged children. They are hiring both part- and full-time positions. They provide all training needed so new members to the Early Childhood Education field are welcome! To apply, email

Early Childhood Educator

At Shady Lane School, Early Childhood Educators work in a high-quality environment to provide education and support to a diverse group of students. Shady Lane is looking for someone who is passionate about early learning, the arts, play, and social-emotional learning to join their dynamic team of professionals.

To apply, send an email to Jodi Davenport, School Director at with your resume. Interested professionals can also apply via their job posting on Indeed.

Early Education Teacher

The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center is seeking a full-time Early Childhood Teacher for Child’s Way, a child care center for medically fragile children. The teacher will be responsible for developing and implementing an ongoing program of activities that promote the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development of each child enrolled in accordance with DHS, Head Start, and Keystone Stars Standards.

Teachers will work cooperatively with nurses, therapists, and Early Intervention professionals to provide a safe, healthy, and developmentally appropriate learning experience. To apply, visit their Job Openings page.

Early Childhood Teacher

Providence Connections, Inc. is looking to hire an Early Childhood Teacher. This professional will be responsible for providing a nurturing, consistent, developmentally appropriate environment that meets the cognitive, emotional, social, and physical needs of young children. The teacher will develop and maintain parent relationships and collaborate effectively with other Providence staff.

Comprehensive benefits package included. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to or call Leslie White at 412.766.6730, ext.207.



Submit a Job Description

Each week, Trying Together publishes a news post that features employer-submitted job positions from early learning programs across Pennsylvania. Trying Together shares these posts online through our website, social media channels, and newsletter. To make it into next week’s post, please submit the Child Care Provider Job Post Submission Form no later than Tuesday, April 20.

This form is intended for positions in the early childhood field. Job descriptions not related to the early childhood field will not be included. All job descriptions submitted after April 20 will be published in the next week’s news post. Please note that publication dates may vary due to state and federal holidays. For questions, contact Lainey Yockey at



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Image: Five young children play together on a tire swing at a local child care program.