Child Saving Institute offers sign-up bonus for teachers and contractors

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The need for teachers and replacements is high right now in many parts of the country, including metro Omaha. A local nonprofit hopes a hiring bonus and competitive salary will help draw more people to the front door. The Child Saving Institute serves hundreds of families across the metro, many children living in difficult circumstances. “They come with risky circumstances. Sometimes it’s the type of home they live in. Other times it’s access to resources in the community. So we do our best to serve all the families the same way,” said Kathy Hubbard, director of CSI Early Childhood Education. To accomplish their mission, they need teachers, teaching assistants and support staff. That’s why they held a job fair on Saturday, walk-in and with on-site interviews available. The positions cover early childhood education. “Teachers schedule time and create experiences for young children that help increase these areas of brain development, content areas like math, science, language, and literacy,” Hubbard said. You must be 19 or older to apply. In addition to pension and health benefits, you could get up to $1,500 in hiring bonuses. There may be up to 118 children at CSI headquarters, but due to the pandemic it hovers around 100. COVID-19 has also caused the need for teachers to skyrocket. There is a lot of turnover, something CSI tries to prevent. “We try to provide benefits and a positive work experience so that people stay employed with us for a long time. But it’s hard to find teachers right now, and that’s prevalent in public schools. as well as in private early childhood programs,” Hubbard said. For more job information, click here.

The need for teachers and replacements is high right now in many parts of the country, including metro Omaha.

A local nonprofit hopes a hiring bonus and competitive salary will help draw more people to the front door.

The Child Saving Institute serves hundreds of families across the metro, many children living in difficult circumstances.

“They come with risky circumstances. Sometimes it’s the type of home they live in. Other times it’s access to resources in the community. So we do our best to serve all the families the same way,” said Kathy Hubbard, director of CSI Early Childhood Education.

To accomplish their mission, they need teachers, teaching assistants and support staff. That’s why they held a job fair on Saturday, walk-in and with on-site interviews available. The positions cover early childhood education.

“Teachers schedule time and create experiences for young children that help increase these areas of brain development, content areas like math, science, language, and literacy,” Hubbard said.

You must be 19 or older to apply. In addition to pension and health benefits, you could get up to $1,500 in hiring bonuses. There may be up to 118 children at CSI headquarters, but due to the pandemic it is hovering around 100.

COVID-19 has also skyrocketed the need for teachers. There is a lot of turnover, something CSI tries to prevent.

“We try to provide benefits and a positive work experience so that people stay employed with us for a long time. But it’s hard to find teachers right now, and that’s prevalent in public schools. as well as in private early childhood programs,” Hubbard said.

For more job information, click here.

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