The Early Head Start Teacher (including Substitutes and Floaters) delivers the infant and toddler classroom curriculum, for a single-session classroom, in accordance with Head Start Program Performance Standards, Licensing Minimum Standards, and will use agency standards to ensure that services provided are in alignment with the Social Determinants of Health through a trauma informed care lens as defined by the agency. Maintains supervision of infant and toddler children and child/staff ratios at all times. Responsible for the care, well being, safety, and education of infants and toddlers. The Early Head Start Teacher creates and manages an attractive, warm and nurturing learning environment for infants and toddlers, incorporating appropriate early intervention, learning, and care activities which meet the needs of the group as well as those of individual children and families. The Early Head Start Teacher builds a positive relationship with children which focuses on positive communication, appropriate physical proximity, respect, positive discipline and guidance. Implement the curriculum and assess the needs of each individual child, as well as assist each family in following the goals that they have set for their child or themselves. The Teacher, Early Head Start Substitute and Floater will be required to assist in various Head Start classrooms and/or centers as assigned, and moves from classroom to classroom or center to center as needed and directed.