Employment Opportunity Details

Seminary Summary

Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary is a denominationally owned and operated religious, nonprofit, educational institution organized for the purpose of educating Christian leaders for church-related vocations. As a religious nonprofit employer, the Seminary is exempt from the religious nondiscrimination requirements of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This means the Seminary is not obligated to employ persons of faith in opposition to Christian doctrine and belief. The Seminary endeavors to recruit and hire only applicants who have made a personal commitment to Jesus Christ.

How to Apply

You may request an employment application from the Human Resources department (415-380-1424) or you may download the Employment Application.

Job Details

Title Pre-School Assistant Teacher - Substitute
Campus: Northern California
Mill Valley, CA
Department: Business Affairs
Reports To: Lead Teacher
FLSA Status: ne
Position Status: temp
Position Summary: The assistant teacher is a substitute position that works some part time hours and is on call. They are responsible for the cleanliness, safety and overall maintenance in the classroom. The assistant teacher is supervised by the lead teacher
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Responsibility to Vision:
? Promote fundraisers
? Attend all school functions outside of regular school hours
? Promote positive relationships with co-workers, supervisors, parents and students
? Promote positive and edifying conversations with and concerning all persons related to the school
? Support mission statement of the school
? Demonstrate Christian walk and prayer

Responsibility to Finance:
? Communicate to the lead teacher any purchasing needs

Responsibility to Policy:
? Enforce classroom/ school policies stated in the parent handbook and policy manual
? Follow all policies stated in the staff handbook
? Refer parent concerns and discipline concerns to the lead teacher

Responsibility to Director:
? Provide professional and personal goals the first of every month
? Provide on Bible lesson plan per year for observation and evaluation
? Attend the Association of Christian Schools International conference each fall semester
? Good stewardship of your time
? Keep the school safe, clean and beautiful
? Direct complaints, observations or outstanding problems to the Director

Responsibility to Lead Teacher:
? Punctuality
? Preparing morning and afternoon snack
? Spraying and wiping down chairs, tables and counter tops
? Feeding and cleaning animal cages
? Cleaning restroom at assigned times
? Performing tasks for assigned jobs at appropriate times
? Maintain classroom control when lead teacher is talking with parents
? Report any injuries or student concerns
? Give parent messages to lead teacher
? Maintain classroom safety on a daily basis (covered plugs, disinfectant out of reach, no heavy objects stored over students’ heads, teacher personal items stored out of reach, teacher classroom supplies stored out of reach)
? Support lead teacher in promoting the classroom environment the curricular direction of GGA

Responsibility to Parents:
? Support teacher/ parent communication
? Greet families at drop-off/ pick-up times
? Provide positive feedback
? Participate in all school events

Responsibility to Students:
? Plan and implement a Bible lesson daily
? Maintain a safe and healthy classroom environment
? Assist students in academic tasks
? Provide age appropriate discipline
? Problem solve
? Maintain stocked first aid kits and earthquake/ disaster plans


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education: Completed Bachelors Degree and at least 6 ECE credits; early childhood certification or ability to obtain certification.
Work Environment: Moderately noisy environment.

How to Apply

You may request an employment application from the Human Resources department (415-380-1374) or you may download the Employment Application.