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Health Educator Orange County Head Start, Inc.

 Health Educator

 

As a Health Educator for our Early Head Start/Head Start program under the supervision of the Health Manager, input assessments; assess health histories, immunizations, physical and dental exams; develop individual health plans and related medical reports; assist with filing of health data, prepare health supply orders, document and maintain accident reports, health referrals and health classes (e.g., CPR, First Aid and Blood borne Pathogen); support staff at the school centers and on home visits; respond to and assist with health referrals as needed; follow-up with families and provide link to health services; prepare and facilitate staff trainings and parent workshops; communicate with local health and dental care providers.

 

Education requirements: Minimum of an Associate’s Degree in health or public health, medical assistant or related field. Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Knowledge of health terminology. Any other combination of training and/or experience that could likely provide the desired skills, knowledge or abilities may be considered.

 

 

 

Experience: Minimum of one year of experience working with children in health services, and/or health and safety. Have experience working with computers and data entry; detailed record keeping and excellent communication, computer/database & keyboarding skills. Working knowledge of local community resources related to medical and/or dental care; experience in child health services, desirable. Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Vietnamese required.

 

 

 

We offer a salary range of $17.75 to $20.00 per hour, depending on education, and excellent benefits in addition to the opportunity to serve families and children in Orange County.

 

 

 

Final filing date Friday, October 4, 2019 by 5:00 p.m.

 

 

 

Apply now to join our team! Submit an application, resume and transcripts to: 

 

Orange County Head Start Inc.

 

2501 S. Pullman Street, Suite 100

 

Santa Ana, CA 92705

 

 

 

For further information and additional career opportunities, please visit the careers section on our website at www.ochsinc.org or call our Human Resources Department at 714-241-8920.

 

Fax 949-596-8291

 

EOE

 

Orange County, CA 92705 2019-09-20 View
Teachers, Home Educators and Teacher Assistants Orange County Head Start, Inc.

 Teacher, Home Educator, and Teacher Assistant Positions Available

 For Head Start (Preschool) and Early Head Start (Infant and Toddlers)

 

  OCHS is seeking qualified staff to join our Head Start and Early Head Start teams in the following positions:

 

Head Start (3-5 year olds) Teacher or Home Educator – At least one year of teaching experience in an ECE setting required: 

 

* Center Based Teachers: Associate Degree Required, Bachelor Degree Preferred. Must also possess, or be able to obtain, a CA Child Development Teacher Permit or higher.Bilingual English/Spanish, English/Vietnamese preferred: $19.00 - $23.50 an hour.

 

* Home Educator Position Only: Minimum of a Child Development Teacher’s Permit (AA or BA degrees preferred). Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Vietnamese required: $19.00 an hour.

  Early Head Start Toddler (2-3 year olds) Teacher and Early Head Start (birth to 3 year olds) Teacher or Home Educator – At least one year of teaching experience in an ECE setting required:

 * Home Based Educators: Minimum of a Child Development Teacher’s Permit and 3 Infant/Toddler units required (AA or BA degrees preferred). Bilingual English/Spanish, English/Vietnamese required: $19.00 - $23.50 an hour.

   Head Start (3-5 year olds) Teacher Assistant:   

 * Center Based:  At minimum, must possess, or be able to obtain, a CA Child Development Associate Teacher Permit. Bilingual English/Spanish, English/Vietnamese preferred: $15.50 - $17.00 an hour.

 

  Early Head Start Toddler (2-3 year olds) Teacher Assistant and Early Head Start (birth to 3 year olds) Teacher Assistant:

 

* Center Based: At minimum, must possess, or be able to obtain, a CA Child Development Associate Teacher Permit. 3 Infant/Toddler units required. Bilingual English/Spanish, English/Vietnamese preferred: $17.00 an hour. 

 

  Note: Wages applicable until July 1, 2020.

 

 Apply Now to Join Our Team!  Submit an application, resume, proof of degree and credentials to:

 

Orange County Head Start, Inc.

 2501 S. Pullman Street, Suite 100

 Santa Ana, CA 92705

 Attn: Human Resources

  

For additional information, please visit www.ochsinc.org or call 714-241-8920 - Fax 949-596-8291

 

Orange County, CA 92705 2019-09-20 View
Center Director Orange County Head Start, Inc.

 

CENTER DIRECTOR 1 and 2 

 

As a Center Director, the candidate will be accountable for the organization and management of an entire center.  Key responsibilities include:  Supervise, organize, and plan staff, child and parent activities; Observe and monitor classrooms for compliance and prepare related paperwork and reports; Implement programs that will maintain compliance with federal and state regulations and Agency Policies; Train staff on developmentally appropriate practices and agency policies and procedures; Counsel staff and parents regarding difficult experiences; Act as conciliator for case conferencing to all families; Communicate with community, school districts, and other agencies; Coordinate parent meetings and parent trainings; Act as liaison between staff and parents; Maintain budget within accepted limits; track purchasing and all other spending.  Candidates for this position must be able to interface and work with other employees, parents and volunteers in a positive manner.

 

 Education requirements: The minimum requirements are a BA/BS in Early Childhood Education or related field and at least a Child Development Site Supervisor permit. Bilingual Spanish is preferred.

 

 

 

Experience: A minimum of four years teaching experience in an Early Childhood, preferably a Head Start Program and two years of experience supervising teaching staff. Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Vietnamese preferred.

 

 

 

We offer a salary range of $29.25 - $29.75 per hour, excellent benefits and the opportunity to serve the most vulnerable children and families in Orange County.  A stipend of $1.25 an hour will be given if the candidate is offered a Center Director 2 position (larger center and number of staff).

 

 

 

Final filing date: Friday, October 4, 2019, at 5:00 p.m.

 

 

 

Apply now to join our team! Submit an application, resume and transcripts to: 

 

Orange County Head Start Inc.

 

2501 S. Pullman Street, Suite 100

 

Santa Ana, CA 92705

 

 

 

For further information and additional career opportunities, please visit the careers section on our website at www.ochsinc.org or call our Human Resources Department at 714-241-8920.

 

Fax 949-596-8291.

 

EOE

 

Orange County, CA 92705 2019-09-20 View
Teacher II Mexican American Oportunity Foundation (MAOF)

POSITION TITLE:  Teacher II

DEPARTMENT:       MAOF Head Start/Early Head Start, California Child Care and State Pre-School Programs,                               Early Head Start Partnerships

FLSA STATUS:        Non-exempt, Full-Time

 

 

SUMMARY

A staff person who provides planned opportunities for children in activities designed to promote social, physical and cognitive growth and development.  Responsible to plan individual and group activities that are designed to promote each child’s individual strengths as a result of ongoing assessments and observations. Incorporates parent’s goals for their child into the daily activities.

 

 

I.  COMPONENT MISSION

 

 

      The objectives of the Education Services Component are to:

 

  • Provide children with a learning environment and developmentally appropriate opportunities that will foster each child’s social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth.
  • Integrate the aspects of the various Early Head Start component areas into the schedule of educational activities.
  • Encourage parents to provide continuity from center to home activities and to reinforce their role as the primary influence on their child’s education and development.
  • Assist parents in identifying educational activities for their children in the home.
  • Support parents to increase their knowledge, understanding and experiences of their child’s growth and development.

 

II.   GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND SPECIFIC DUTIES (not limited to)

 

Environmental

 

  • Develop plans to ensure that daily activities provide for the safetyofeach child when using indoor and outdoor facilities.
  • Conducts daily inspection of indoor and outdoor facilities using the agency daily check list; removing hazardous debris, unsafe equipment and materials and ensures that the classroom and center facility is free of garbage.
  • Provides continuous supervision of all children’s activities to ensure their safety.
  • Establishes safety rules in the daily routines of children that are understandable and predictable by children and adults.
  • Develops and posts an emergency exit plan and conducts monthly emergency exit drills.
  • Plans and implements classroom activities that encourage healthy habits appropriate to the age of the children in the classroom.
  • Conducts a daily health check for each child, recognizing and reporting illnesses of children to appropriate health personnel.
  • Selects and incorporates materials and equipment that are age appropriate and invite children to practice their emerging skills.
  • Maintains an age appropriate environment that is orderly and inviting to children
  • Includes children’s culture(s) in materials available in the classroom that are age appropriate
  • Assists children during meal and snack time demonstrating appropriate dental and personal hygiene.  Uses these opportunities to foster language development.

 

Developmental and Educational

 

  • Based on assessment and observation, plan and implement activities to meet the individual needs of the children including those children that have special needs.
  • Plan and implement a positive and comfortable routine within the classroom environment through realistic limits for the children, providing for active and quite opportunities and establishing consistent and appropriate transitions from one activity to another.
  • Develops and implements weekly lesson plan.
  • Maintains and documents ongoing observation, progress, and developmental progress of each child.
  • Implements the Infant/Family Services Plan for each child with special needs.
  • Works individually with children that need additional opportunities to foster their growth and development.
  • Provide materials, equipment, and opportunities within daily routines that foster the development of large and small motor skills for each child.
  • Ensure that daily routines provide opportunities for each child that address special needs, cultural backgrounds and linguistic groups.
  • Plan and implement activities that provide children with challenging opportunities that encourage both verbal and non verbal communication, curiosity, and problem solving skills ensuring the ability to communicate in, and further the child’s familiarity with their primary language.
  • In bilingual settings, communicates both verbally and in writing with both parents and children in their primary language when possible.
  • Provide opportunities for children to use and develop their creative abilities through exploration and experimentation.  These opportunities should include a variety of media through art, music and dramatic activities that encompass all aspects of the program.
  • Plan and implement opportunities that aid each child in the development of self-esteem, awareness and the ability to express his/her feelings, and to develop confidence as an individual and a member of a cultural/ethnic group.
  • Assist children in their development of independence and social skills through opportunities in which the child can assume responsibility both within the group and for himself/herself.
  • Establish productive relationships with parents to increase the center’s ability to assist parents in meeting their role as the primary influence on their child.
  • Provide opportunities for parents to use their skills and talents within the classroom.
  • Encourage participation in parent center meetings, assisting the parents in the organization and agenda of those meetings.
  • Conducts parent education meetings which include orientation, discussion of Individual Education Plans, child growth and development, curriculum and parenting ideas to strengthen parenting skills.
  • Conducts parent conferences and home visits.

 

Planning:

 

  • Plans and implements the agenda for home visits and parent conferences.
  • Plans and implements the daily classroom and outdoor routines and environment.
  • Provides input in the updating of the Education Services Plan.

 

Administration:

 

  • Provides oversight of classroom volunteers
  • Supervises custodial personnel.
  • Attends all required in-service trainings, orientations and workshops
  • Participates in regularly scheduled team teaching meetings.
  • Orders forms, program supplies, and equipment in accordance with the approved budget.
  • Responsible for all center food/vendor invoices.

 

Supervision:

 

This position receives direct supervision from the Child Development Supervisor.  It is expected that    the Teacher II has the ability to use appropriate judgment and has the skill and experience that would allow the employee to work with limited supervision.  Decision making is permitted in order to carry out assigned duties and responsibilities.  Performance evaluation and professional development is conducted by the site supervisor.

 

 

 

Internal Relationships:

 

  • EHS Program Manager
  • Teachers
  • Health, Nutrition, Social Services, Disabilities, Mental Health, Parent Involvement areas.
  • Family Service Associates
  • Custodians
  • Trainers
  • Consultants
  • Program Director

 

 

 

External Relationships:

 

  • Parents
  • Parent Policy Committee
  • Volunteers

 

 

 

III.    KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED

 

 

 

               Education: 

 

  1. Must have a minimum of 24 units in Early Childhood Education and/or Child Development.  A BA degree in Early Childhood Education and/or Child Development is highly desirable. 
  2. 6 infant/toddler units are highly preferred. If do not currently have, will be required to complete within 1 year of employment.
  3.  California Children’s Center Permit or a California Child Development Teacher Permit from the Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
  4. Minimum of two (2) years paid experience working with children 0-5. Experience working ith Infant/toddlers  is highly desirable.    

 

 

 

                Skills:

 

 

 

  1. Ability to communicate, both oral and written
  2. Bilingual (English-Spanish) required.
  3. Ability to speak, read and write English well enough to understand and be understood by others.
  4. Ability to include parental input into goals for a child’s development.
  5. Ability to relate to diverse groups of people including low-income families.
  6. Sensitive to the needs of others.
  7. Maintain confidentiality.
  8. Sincere commitment to providing services to children and the community.
  9. Ability to assess and respond quickly to varied situations.  

 

 

 

IV. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

 

As a condition of employment, must pass a pre-employment Health Screening, including passing a physical examination, verification of a T.B. clearance and Drug screening.  Health Screening and T.B. clearance must be issued within six (6) months of employment and must be renewed every four years.

 

 

 

V.  ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

 

 

 

  1. Must possess own vehicle, and possess a current and valid California Driver’s License and at minimum, general liability automobile insurance.
  2. Must possess LiveScan fingerprint clearance at all times during employment.  Revoked fingerprint clearance number will lead to immediate removal from the site and termination of employment.
  3. Mandatory pediatric first aid and CPR certificate, which employee is responsible to maintain, as a condition of employment for the duration of their employment in this position.
  4. Regular attendance, Monday thru Friday, according to the work schedule provided by the site supervisor.
  5. Must provide updated educational transcripts as required. 
  6. Must provide vaccination records for influenza, pertussis and measles at the time of employment, annual requirement thereafter (If applicable)

 

 

 

VI.   PHYSICAL DEMANDS

 

The physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential function of this job.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

 

 

While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear.  The employee is required to reach with hands and arms.  The employee is required to stand, sit and walk.  The employee may lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision and the ability to adjust focus.

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Teacher Aide Sierra Cascade Family Opp

TEACHER AIDE for Sierra Cascade Family Opportunities, in Susanville at the Leavitt Lake Center.  27.5 hrs/wk, 43 wks/yr. $12.51-15.20/hr, based upon qualifications.  Begins ASAP. Assists in operation of preschool classroom. Must be 18 and possess a high school diploma or GED and have a minimum of 12 Early Childhood Education units including; child growth and development; child, family and community; and program curriculum, and six months work experience in a licensed child care center. Applicant must be willing to continue education and demonstrate basic computer skills. Bilingual skills are desired but not required. Criminal background clearance required after offer of employment is made. Resume, transcripts and applications being accepted until 5pm on 10/4/19. Visit www.headstart4u.org or contact 283-1242 for application. Send to Pam Post, 65 N Union St, Susanville, CA, 96130. EOE

 

Susanville, CA 96130 2019-09-20 View
Teacher Assistant Mexican American Oportunity Foundation (MAOF)

POSITION TITLE:  Teacher Assistant

DEPARTMENT:       MAOF Head Start/Early Head Start, California Child Care and State Pre-School Programs,                               Early Head Start Partnerships

FLSA STATUS:        Non-exempt, Full-Time

SUMMARY 

A STAFF PERSON WHO ASSISTS IN THE TEACHING OF A HEADSTARTCENTER. INSTRUCTS CHILDREN IN ACTIVITIES DESIGNED TO PROMOTE THEIR SOCIAL, PHYSICAL, AND INTELLECTUAL GROWTH. ASSISTS IN THE PLANNING OF INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP ACTIVITIES WHICH STIMULATES LEARNING, ACCORDING TO THE AGES OF THE CHILDREN.  (THIS POSITION IS SITUATED IN THE EDUCATIONAL SERVICE COMPONENT OF HEAD START.

COMPONENT MISSION 

The objective of the Educational Services Component is to:

  1. Provide children with a learning environment and various experiences which will help them develop socially, intellectually, physically, and emotionally in a manner appropriate to their age and stage of development.
  2. Integrate the educational aspects of the various Head Start Service Areas in the daily schedule of activities.
  3. Encourage parents in the educational activities of the program and to enhance their role as the main influence of their child’s education and development.
  4. Assist parents in increasing their knowledge, understanding, skills and experience in child growth and development.
  5. Assists parents in identifying educational activities for their children in the home.

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND SPECIFIC DUTIES (but not limited to:) 

A.                Environmental

  1. Assists teacher in the implementation of safety rules and supervises the children’s activities in order to insure 2their safety.
  2. Conducts daily inspection of indoor and outdoor facilities. Removes hazardous debris, unsafe equipment and materials.
  3. Daily health check of the children and reports results to the teacher.
  4. Assists children during snack and meal time. Demonstrates appropriate dental and personal hygiene.
  5. Assists teacher in straightening up and maintaining an orderly learning environment.
  6. Assists in the preparation of children’s meals.
  7. Assists in kitchen responsibilities

 B.                 Developmental and Educational

 

  1. Discusses assigned teaching area with teacher to coordinate instructional efforts.
  2. Prepares and/or assists with preparation of weekly lesson plans.
  3. Plans, prepares, and develops various teaching aids.
  4. Helps develop the social learning and physical skills of the children.
  5. Demonstrates the proper use of educational materials and equipment.
  6. Teaches arts, crafts, songs and games to the children.
  7. Acts out stories with children.
  8. Helps plan and supervise field trips.
  9. Leads group activities that reinforce children’s concepts related to space, time, numbers, colors, etc.
  10. Assists in conducting individual and small and large group activities.
  11. Operates audio-visual equipment when needed.
  12. Works individually with children needing special attention.
  13. Supervises children during transition from one activity to another.
  14. Provides evaluative information to teacher on the progress and development status of each child.
  15. Assists in the implementation of the Individualized Educational Plan for each child.
  16. Explains to parents the goals and methods of the classroom program.
  17. Listens to parents and assists in helping parents solve issues
  18. Assists in conducting home visits/parent conferences..
  19. Attends Head Start Center committee meetings.
  20. Communicates verbally or in writing to parents in adults primary language.
  21. Supervises the classroom for brief periods when the teacher is on-site but away from the classroom.
  22. Assists in implementing the programs curriculum, philosophy, policies and regulations.

 

C.                Planning

 

Assists teacher in designing and planning daily classroom program and schedule.

 

  1. D.                Administrative

 

  1. Takes attendance and records absences.
  2. Participates in meetings of  teaching team.
  3. Attends orientations, in-service training, educational programs, conferences and workshops, as required.

 

RELATIONSHIPS 

  1. A.                Supervision

 

This position may receive indirect and/or intermittent direct supervision from the Child Development Supervisor. However, direct, daily, supervision is provided by the Teacher/Head Teacher in the Child Development Center.  Close supervision is not required over this position because of the demonstrated skill level and experience.  Employee should use  appropriate judgement in the performance qualities. Moderate decision making is permitted in order to carry out duties and responsibilities. Performance education are conducted by the Head Teacher in conjunction with the Child Development Supervisor.

 

  1. Internal Relationships

 

  1. Child Development Supervisor
  2. Teacher
  3. Assistant Teacher
  4. Health, Nutrition, Social Services, Disabilities, Mental Health and Parent Involvement Components.
  5. Trainer
  6. Bus and Van Drivers

 

C.                External Relationships

 

  1. Parents
  2. Volunteers
  3. HeadStartCenter Committee

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED

 

A.                Education

 

  1. High School Diploma or its equivalent.
  2. Twenty Four (24) Units in Early Childhood Development.
  3. Enrolled in a program leading to an AA or BA degree from an accredited college or university.
  4. A Child Development Associate permit.
  5. Minimum one (1) year experience in working with preschool children.

 

B.                 Skills

 

  1. Must be able to read, write and communicate.
  2. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.

 

C.                Other

 

  1. Must pass fingerprint clearance
  2. If using vehicle must have valid CA Driver’s License and current car insurance.

 

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

 

Must have verification of T.B. clearance at the time of employment issued within six (6) months prior to employment, to be renewed every year.

 

Must pass pre-employment Health Screening.

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Associate Director of Comprehensive Services Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF)

POSITION TITLE:  Associate Director of Comprehensive Services Prenatal to Five  

DEPARTMENT:       MAOF Head Start/Early Head Start, California Child Care and State Pre-School Programs,                               Early Head Start Partnerships

FLSA STATUS:        Exempt, Full-Time

 

SUMMARY

Responsible for the administration, implementation, and continuous quality assurance of the health, nutrition, early childhood education, parent/family and community engagement, mental health and disabilities services for the Early Head Start/Head Start and CDE Partnered programs (EHS/HS/CDE). As a strategic thinker and highly competent leader, the Associate Director of Comprehensive Services Prenatal to Five is responsible for the management and oversight of operational systems that result on effective, efficient, and timely delivery of quality and comprehensive services to children/pregnant mothers and families. This position works in collaboration with the Program Director, program consultants, program coordinators and community child care providers and, as needed, develops community partnerships that support the needs of the children and families served. The Associate Director of Comprehensive Services supervises the health and nutrition manager, the early childhood and education managers, and the mental health and disabilities manager. He/she must operate responsibly and coordinate all functions for the programmatic aspects of the comprehensive services and ensure the program is meeting all applicable requirements per Federal Head Start Performance Standards and any local, state and or agency policies and procedures. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

All duties and responsibilities performed as a function of this position must fall within compliance with current LACOE GIMs, the Head Start Program Performance Standards, the Head Start Act, the CDE funding terms and conditions and the California Licensing requirements and LACOE Grantee Information Memorandums

Leadership and Supervision

  • Provide vision and leadership in the daily operations for the staff assigned to health, nutrition, early childhood education, family services, mental health and disabilities services.
  • Hire, train, and supervise program staff. Ensure ongoing professional development opportunities are provided.
  • Coach and evaluate the performance of program staff. Provide the supports necessary to increase the competencies and knowledge of staff.

Program Continuous Quality Improvement

  • Efficiently and effectively manages the health, nutrition, early childhood, mental health,  disabilities and parent family and community engagement operational budget. Oversees compliance with the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) reports and requirements.
  • Ensures staff conducts monitoring activities in all areas of the comprehensive services.  Compiles and analyzes monitoring results by aggregating monitoring data, identifying trends, patterns, and developing effective and sustainable corrective actions with the comprehensive services team.
  • Oversees the ongoing monitoring for program performance in school readiness goals/outcomes and program goals/outcomes. In collaboration with the comprehensive services team, develops strategies that support continuous quality improvement and improve child/family outcomes.
  • Ensure compliance with the Child Care Licensing Regulations. Responsible for overseeing and ensuring  the licensing process is completed in accordance with licensing requirements.  
  • Conducts quarterly sampling monitoring activities, including quarterly visits for the assigned service areas.
  • Coordinates ongoing monitoring activities with the Grantee. Develops quality improvement plans when/as necessary to correct findings and to ensure continuous program quality improvement. 

Systems Development, Implementation, and Evaluation

  • Develops EHS/HS internal structures, systems, policies and procedures for the service areas and assigned to the position in collaboration the comprehensive services team and coordination with the ERSEA, Parent Involvement, and Facilities staff and the Program Director. 
  • Ensures the coordinated approaches among components/systems, across and within the organization that support quality, timely services to children, pregnant mothers and their families.
  • Co-Leads collaborative efforts with the Program Director, staff and Governing Bodies in the implementation of an annual Planning Session, program self-assessment and community assessment.
  • Ensures implementation of comprehensive services systems to maintain consistency and high quality of HS and EHS services to children and families.
  • Provides effective, strength and competency based supervision to service area coordinators. Implements reflective practices and supports the staff’s career development
  • Develops the prenatal to five training plan. Oversees training occurs throughout the year. Aggregates and analyzes training evaluation data.
  • Provide a system of professional development that is responsive to the results of both the assessment of knowledge and skills of staff, the results of monitoring and coaching, and encourages the growth and development of staff and the program.
  • Prepare annual Program Information Report (PIR) as it relates to the assigned service areas. Submits the PIR to the Program Director by the established timelines.

Record keeping and reporting

  • Prepares service reports on a monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual basis and/or as requested by the Program Director and/or the Grantee
  • Ensures record keeping requirements for services are met in accordance with the LACOE GIM. 

Public Relations

  • Establishes MOUs with public school districts, systems of higher education, and other community health and social services agencies and partners.
  • Attends interagency organizational and planning meetings as appropriate and/or assigned.
  • Initiates and develops interagency agreements and contracts with local education agencies, agencies responsible for IDEA and 504, local and state, health, nutrition, and social services agencies, and institutes of higher education.
  • Participates in professional development activities and organized community events.
  • Designs and delivers formal presentations.

Facility Development, Budgets, and Grants

  • Participate in local, state, and federal collaborations and funding opportunities for renovation and/or construction of facilities for the future expansion of services for children and families.
  • Responsible for completing licensing applications, preparing actions plans to address any licensing findings and ensuring
  • Develops and monitors service area budgets. Ensures services are appropriately supported with and by the necessary fiscal resources. Oversees the purchase by service areas to ensure direct service staff have the necessary materials to provide quality services and maintain quality, safe and compliant environments.
  • Completes and/or oversees the completion of purchase orders in accordance with MAOF’s purchasing procedures.
  • Assist the Program Director in the development and management of the EHS/HS program budget and expansion applications. Research and develop potential local, state, and federal grants.
  • Assist the Program Director in the preparation and submittal of the EHS/HS Continuation funding application.  

Position Specific Duties and Responsibilities

  • Prepare reports for the governing bodies on the program's progress in meeting Head Start Performance Standards.
  • Prepare reports for the governing bodies on the program's achievements in program, school readiness and fiscal outcomes.
  • Manage adherence to the program's planning calendar to ensure the program is in compliance with yearly requirements for ongoing monitoring, self-assessment, program plans, community assessment, and reporting requirements.
  • Plan and evaluate all program components with input from staff, parents, and community partners, and develop and monitor the implementation of corrective actions.
  • Complete other related activities and duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum of six years of experience in management positions in Head Start, Early Head Start, State Preschool
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent in public administration, , public health, human services, early childhood education, social work, business or related field
  • Experience program administration, including program planning, operations and evaluation, and the use of management information systems.
  • Leadership ability with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to work independently and maintain professional boundaries and confidentiality.
  • Strong leadership, organizational, and time management skills with the ability to meet tight deadlines.
  • Strategic thinker, excellent problem solving and communication skills.
  • Must have Valid Driver’s License, Personal Vehicle and Liability Insurance required. 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s Degree in public administration, , public health, human services, early childhood education, social work, business or related field  and a minimum of five years professional leadership/directorship and supervisory experience preferably in an educational non-profit.
  • Experience in budget administration, including balancing regulatory requirements with budget constraints and growing community needs.
  • Strong knowledge of theories and practices of Early Childhood Education/Development and Family/Social Services with focus on Infant/Toddler development.
  • Experience in design and delivery of training.
  • Knowledge of Head Start Performance Standards preferred.
  • Bi-lingual in English/Spanish preferred.
  • Advance working knowledge of MS Office Suite.

 

PHYSICAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Ability to see at normal distance, hear normal conversations and sounds and use hands and fingers to fill out required forms. Ability to lift infants and toddlers weighing up to forty (40) pounds, twenty (20) pounds overhead and forty (40) pounds from waist to shoulder; occasional lifting of fifty (50) pounds is required and must be able to push/pull up to fifty pounds horizontally. Ability to sit on the floor, bend at the waist, kneel and/or stoop 75% of the time. 

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions as long as the staff disability does not create an undue risk of injury to any enrolled children in the classroom.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Los Angeles County , CA 90255 2019-09-20 View
Mental Health and Disabilities Manager Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF)

POSITION TITLE:   Mental Health and Disabilities Manager   

DEPARTMENT:        MAOF Head Start/Early Head Start, California Child Care and State Pre-School Programs    

                               Early Head Start Partnership

FLSA STATUS:         Exempt, Full-Time

 SUMMARY

The Mental Health and Disabilities Manager will work with the early childhood education staff to develop, implement and oversee service area personnel that provide support, guidance, training and monitor referral process from Child Find activities. Additionally, this position will be required to work on site conducting observations and assessments, provide social-emotional trainings and support to program staff on effective behavior management skills for children 0 to five years of age. The Mental Health and Disabilities Manager is also responsible for identifying trends and patterns, developing program action plans and participating in program planning and development of program objectives and recommending innovative strategies that support the best possible outcomes for children and their families. The Mental Health and Disabilities Manager reports directly to the Associate Director of Comprehensive Services, Prenatal to 5.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Oversee the timely delivery of quality services in the mental health and disabilities area. The Mental Health and Disabilities Manager directly supervises and guides the work of the Mental Health Coordinator, the Disabilities Coordinator and the contracted consultants for these service areas.
  2. Ensure training is provided by the Mental Health Coordinator on an annual basis to parents on Positive Behavior Management techniques.
  3. Ensure observations are conducted for classroom, family child care and socializations groups by the mental health and disabilities coordinators/consultants.
  4. Conduct functional analyses and assessments. Develop individual behavior modification plans for identified children in collaboration with other professionals and parents
  5. Analyze data regularly and ensure child plans are developed to support the successful participation of the children in the different program options.
  6. Effectively collaborate and communicate with staff to implement positive intervention plans and evaluate the effectiveness of the plan.
  7. Model appropriate behavioral interventions for program staff as needed.
  8. Ensure the mental health and disabilities participation in child-related meetings pertaining (IEP, IFSP, MTSS, MDTs), attend as appropriate.
  9. Facilitate social/emotional educational strategies, trainings and workshops in early childhood settings
  10. Provides input in the implementation of the program’s curriculum to ensure the inclusion of age and development appropriate social emotional activities in the lesson plans.
  11. Conducts home visits based on individual need. Completes progress notes.
  12. Oversee the prompt identification, response and ongoing support for children with social emotional needs/concerns.
  13. Builds and maintains positive relationships with families, staff, children and other mental health staff/consultants.
  14. Oversees the inclusion of social-emotional/behavior plans in the lesson plans. Ensures supports are provided to children with potential or diagnosed developmental concerns and the staff assigned to such children and the children’s families.
  15. Responsible for the updating, revising and proposing innovative approaches within the policies and procedures for the mental health and disabilities services.
  16. Establishes and maintains the MOUs with Local Education Agencies (LEAs) and Regional Centers.
  17. Participate in Child Find activities within community partnerships.
  18. Ensures collaborative relationships with other service areas to establish cohesiveness within systems and services for children and families.
  19. Supports and provide insight to staff regarding an array of developmental delays and disabilities to develop strategies and modifications needed for children according to their individual needs due to the disability.
  20. Trains staff on positive parental responses to encourage positive interactions between parent and child.
  21. Generate conceptually and grammatically well-written reports for families and funding agencies.
  22.  Adhere to BACB, HIPAA and other regulatory standards governing professional practice.

Job Skills/Credentials/Experience:

  1. Master’s      Degree in behavioral sciences, psychology, or social work or related      field; with current licensure as an MFT, LCSW, or, Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®) or, School Psychologist with current      credential to practice in the State of California.

  2. Strong ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) and clinical skill
  3. Experience working with individuals with disabilities with an emphasis of working with children 0 to 5 years of age.
  4. Two years Early Childhood educational experiences. Experience with infants and toddlers and preschoolers preferred.
  5. Experience working as a team member of a Multi-disciplinary team providing support and services to children with disabilities. And/or challenging behaviors
  6. Knowledge in all areas of child development which encompass all the developmental domains. 
  7. Reliable transportation. Current vehicle documentation (updated car insurance and car registration)
  8. Self-disciplined: Able to schedule      and attend appointments and team meetings with consistency, reliability      and punctuality
  9. Excellent written and spoken communication
  10. Excellent time management skills
  11. Excellent interpersonal skills
  12. Excellent team player attitude and customer service orientation
  13. Bilingual skills valued (Spanish preferred)

 

PHYSICAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Ability to see at normal distance, hear normal conversations and sounds and use hands and fingers to fill out required forms. Ability to lift infants and toddlers weighing up to forty (40) pounds, twenty (20) pounds overhead and forty (40) pounds from waist to shoulder; occasional lifting of fifty (50) pounds is required and must be able to push/pull up to fifty pounds horizontally. Ability to sit on the floor, bend at the waist, kneel and/or stoop 75% of the time.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions as long as the staff disability does not create an undue risk of injury to any enrolled children in the classroom. 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

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Family Community Engagement Coordinator Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF)

POSITION TITLE:  Family Community Engagement Coordinator

 

DEPARTMENT:       MAOF Head Start/Early Head Start, California Child Care and State Pre-School Programs,                               Early Head Start Partnerships

 

FLSA STATUS:        Exempt, Full-Time

I.          COMPONENT MISSION

 

The objectives of the delegate agency Family Services Area are to: 

  1. Establish and maintain an outreach and recruitment process, which systematically insures enrollment of eligible children.
  2. Provide enrollment of eligible children regardless of race, sex, creed, color, National origin, or handicapping condition.
  3. Achieve parent participation in the center and home program and related activities.
  4. Assist the family in its efforts to improve the condition and quality or family life.
  5. Make parents aware of community services and resources and facilitate their use.

 

II.        FUNCTION

Family Services planning, intra-agency policy formulation, and coordination; recruitment of children, personnel supervision, staff development and evaluation; interagency liaison, mobilization of community resources; client advocacy; individual and family counseling.

 

III.       GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND SPECIFIC DUTIES

Planning

Supervises the preparation and updating of the annual family services area plan in cooperation with staff and parents. The plan should be based upon a contemporary assessment of community and family needs and should contain all elements required in Section 1304. 4-2 of the Head Start Performance Standards.

Organization

  • Interviews and recommends hiring of Family Service Associates staff in accordance with delegate agency policies and procedures.
  • Assesses Family Services Associates personnel, assigns recruitment duties and family caseloads, and related duties.
  • Establishes formal and effective lines of communication between all Family Services Associates staff persons in order to facilitate coordination and efficient flow of communication
  • Delegates to each Family Service Associates staff person the authority necessary for the execution of their responsibilities and ensures that clarification of responsibility and authority is kept up-to-date.

 Program Direction and Coordination

  • Coordinates activities of and supervises family services area professional and non-professionals, and volunteers. This includes establishing work schedules, area assignments, information feedback and reporting procedures.
  • Directs activities of staff in providing and/or referring to appropriate counseling services families with problems of an emergent or crisis nature.
  • Acts as a resource to assist Family Service Associates staff members through individual and group conferences in analyzing case problems and in improving their diagnostic and helping skills.
  • Coordinates family services area activities with other component specialists such as Child Development Supervisors, Nurses, Mental Health Consultants, Teachers and Parent Involvement Coordinator.
  • Directs the delegate agency’s staff in the recruitment, screening and enrollment of eligible children in the program.
  • Directs and coordinates the development and annual updating of a written inventory of community social services that are potentially offer able to families of Head Start children.
  • Establishes an annual schedule for home visits to Head Start families, and makes appropriate home visit assignments to Family Service Associates personnel.
  • Designs and maintains a formal system of follow-up of family referrals to community service agencies to assure the satisfactory provision of such services to the Head Start families.
  • The delegate agency's official liaison establishes and maintains formal communication with public and private social service agencies.
  • Convenes and chairs the delegate agency's Social Service Advisory Committee composed of Head Start staff, staff from other community agencies and Head Start parents.
  • Attends Parent Policy committee meeting.
  • Prepares monthly family services reports for delegate agency and Grantee management.
  • Establishes and maintains standards for the use of social work forms and reporting.

Evaluation, Employee Development, and Training

 

  • Conducts periodic personnel evaluations as required by delegate agency personnel policies and procedures.
  • Reviews and evaluates social services component activities to insure conformance to Head Start Performance Standards.
  • Provides career development counseling to Family Service Associates and encourages and suggests in service training opportunities related to increasing job productivity and career advancement.
  • Participates in the conduct of training needs assessment for social services staff.
  • Assists in the design, development and delivery of in-service training programs and orientations for the family services staff.
  • Selects appropriate literature in the field of social work and makes it available for use by the delegate agency staff.
  • Attends in-service training and conferences for Directors of Family Services, as required by delegate agency or Grantee management.

 

IV.       RELATIONSHIPS           

A.        Receives light supervision and performance evaluation by the Project Director or designee. Exercises substantial professional judgment and autonomy in decision-making with respect to the allocation of resources to pursue social services objective.

 

V.        KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED

Education

 

  • An earned Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized college or university in a field of social science or related field.
  • Family Development Credential preferred or must be obtain within one (1) year of hire.

 

Experience

 

  • Four years experience as a social worker in Head Start or other social service agency; Minimum of  two (2) years experience in a supervisory capacity.

 

VI        HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

Must meet State health requirements including obtaining a physical examination at the time of employment; and give proof of T.B. clearance prior to employment (dated within six months before employment) to be renewed every year.

 

VII      SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Must have the use of an automobile and must possess a valid California driver’s license and adequate automobile insurance coverage, or have available private transportation.

 

 

PHYSICAL RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Ability to see at normal distance, hear normal conversations and sounds and use hands and fingers to fill out required forms. Ability to lift infants and toddlers weighing up to forty (40) pounds, twenty (20) pounds overhead and forty (40) pounds from waist to shoulder; occasional lifting of fifty (50) pounds is required and must be able to push/pull up to fifty pounds horizontally. Ability to sit on the floor, bend at the waist, kneel and/or stoop 75% of the time.

 

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions as long as the staff disability does not create an undue risk of injury to any enrolled children in the classroom.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

 

The work environment characteristics are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

 

 

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Teacher I Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF)

POSITION TITLE:   Teacher I

DEPARTMENT:       MAOF Head Start/Early Head Start, California Child Care and State Pre-School Programs,                               or Early Head Start Partnerships

 FLSA STATUS:       Non-exempt, Full-Time

SUMMARY:

A staff person who provides planned opportunities for children in activities designed to promote social, physical and cognitive growth and development.  Responsible to plan individual and group activities that are designed to promote each child’s individual strengths as a result of ongoing assessments and observations. Incorporates parent’s goals for their child into the daily activities.

I.  COMPONENT MISSION

      The objectives of the Education Services Component are to:

  • Provide children with a learning environment and developmentally appropriate opportunities that will foster each child’s social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth.
  • Integrate the aspects of the various Early Head Start component areas into the schedule of educational activities.
  • Encourage parents to provide continuity from center to home activities and to reinforce their role as the primary influence on their child’s education and development.
  • Assist parents in identifying educational activities for their children in the home.
  • Support parents to increase their knowledge, understanding and experiences of their child’s growth and development.

II.   GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND SPECIFIC DUTIES (not limited to)

Environmental

  • Develop plans to ensure that daily activities provide for the safetyofeach child when using indoor and outdoor facilities.
  • Conducts daily inspection of indoor and outdoor facilities using the agency daily check list; removing hazardous debris, unsafe equipment and materials and ensures that the classroom and center facility is free of garbage.
  • Provides continuous supervision of all children’s activities to ensure their safety.
  • Establishes safety rules in the daily routines of children that are understandable and predictable by children and adults.
  • Develops and posts an emergency exit plan and conducts monthly emergency exit drills.
  • Plans and implements classroom activities that encourage healthy habits appropriate to the age of the children in the classroom.
  • Conducts a daily health check for each child, recognizing and reporting illnesses of children to appropriate health personnel.
  • Selects and incorporates materials and equipment that are age appropriate and invite children to practice their emerging skills.
  • Maintains an age appropriate environment that is orderly and inviting to children
  • Includes children’s culture(s) in materials available in the classroom that are age appropriate
  • Assists children during meal and snack time demonstrating appropriate dental and personal hygiene.  Uses these opportunities to foster language development.

Developmental and Educational

  • Based on assessment and observation, plan and implement activities to meet the individual needs of the children including those children that have special needs.
  • Plan and implement a positive and comfortable routine within the classroom environment through realistic limits for the children, providing for active and quite opportunities and establishing consistent and appropriate transitions from one activity to another.
  • Develops and implements weekly lesson plan.
  • Maintains and documents ongoing observation, progress, and developmental progress of each child.
  • Implements the Infant/Family Services Plan for each child with special needs.
  • Works individually with children that need additional opportunities to foster their growth and development.
  • Provide materials, equipment, and opportunities within daily routines that foster the development of large and small motor skills for each child.
  • Ensure that daily routines provide opportunities for each child that address special needs, cultural backgrounds and linguistic groups.
  • Plan and implement activities that provide children with challenging opportunities that encourage both verbal and non verbal communication, curiosity, and problem solving skills ensuring the ability to communicate in, and further the child’s familiarity with their primary language.
  • In bilingual settings, communicates both verbally and in writing with both parents and children in their primary language when possible.
  • Provide opportunities for children to use and develop their creative abilities through exploration and experimentation.  These opportunities should include a variety of media through art, music and dramatic activities that encompass all aspects of the program.
  • Plan and implement opportunities that aid each child in the development of self-esteem, awareness and the ability to express his/her feelings, and to develop confidence as an individual and a member of a cultural/ethnic group.
  • Assist children in their development of independence and social skills through opportunities in which the child can assume responsibility both within the group and for himself/herself.
  • Establish productive relationships with parents to increase the center’s ability to assist parents in meeting their role as the primary influence on their child.
  • Provide opportunities for parents to use their skills and talents within the classroom.
  • Encourage participation in parent center meetings, assisting the parents in the organization and agenda of those meetings.
  • Conducts parent education meetings which include orientation, discussion of Individual Education Plans, child growth and development, curriculum and parenting ideas to strengthen parenting skills.
  • Conducts parent conferences and home visits.

Planning:

  • Plans and implements the agenda for home visits and parent conferences.
  • Plans and implements the daily classroom and outdoor routines and environment.
  • Provides input in the updating of the Education Services Plan.

Administration:

  • Provides oversight of classroom volunteers
  • Supervises custodial personnel.
  • Attends all required in-service trainings, orientations and workshops
  • Participates in regularly scheduled team teaching meetings.
  • Orders forms, program supplies, and equipment in accordance with the approved budget.
  • Responsible for all center food/vendor invoices.

Supervision:

This position receives direct supervision from the Child Development Supervisor.  It is expected that    the Teacher I has the ability to use appropriate judgment and has the skill and experience that would allow the employee to work with limited supervision.  Decision making is permitted in order to carry out assigned duties and responsibilities.  Performance evaluation and professional development is conducted by the site supervisor.

Internal Relationships:

  • EHS Program Manager
  • Teachers
  • Health, Nutrition, Social Services, Disabilities, Mental Health, Parent Involvement areas.
  • Family Service Associates
  • Custodians
  • Trainers
  • Consultants
  • Program Director

 

External Relationships:

  • Parents
  • Parent Policy Committee
  • Volunteers 

III.    KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED

Education:

 

  1. Must have a minimum of an AA degree in Early Childhood Education and/or Child Development and currently attending courses towards a BA degree. Will be placed on a professional staff development plan until completion of BA. BA degree preferred.
  2. 6 infant/toddler units are highly preferred. If do not currently have, will be required to complete within 1 year of employment.
  3. California Children’s Center Permit or a California Child Development Teacher Permit from the Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
  4. Minimum of two (2) years paid experience working with children 0-5. Experience working with Infant/toddlers  is highly desirable.    

Skills: 

  1. Ability to communicate, both oral and written
  2. Bilingual (English-Spanish) required.
  3. Ability to speak, read and write English well enough to understand and be understood by others.
  4. Ability to include parental input into goals for a child’s development.
  5. Ability to relate to diverse groups of people including low-income families.
  6. Sensitive to the needs of others.
  7. Maintain confidentiality.
  8. Sincere commitment to providing services to children and the community.
  9. Ability to assess and respond quickly to varied situations.  

IV. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

As a condition of employment, must pass a pre-employment Health Screening, including passing a physical examination, verification of a T.B. clearance and Drug screening.  Health Screening and T.B. clearance must be issued within six (6) months of employment and must be renewed every four years. 

V.  ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 

  1. Must possess own vehicle, and possess a current and valid California Driver’s License and at minimum, general liability automobile insurance.
  2. Must possess LiveScan fingerprint clearance at all times during employment.  Revoked fingerprint clearance number will lead to immediate removal from the site and termination of employment.
  3. Mandatory pediatric first aid and CPR certificate, which employee is responsible to maintain, as a condition of employment for the duration of their employment in this position.
  4. Regular attendance, Monday thru Friday, according to the work schedule provided by the site supervisor.
  5. Must provide updated educational transcripts as required. 
  6. Must provide vaccination records for influenza, pertussis and measles at the time of employment. Influenza vaccine required annually thereafter.

VI.   PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential function of this job.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear.  The employee is required to reach with hands and arms.  The employee is required to stand, sit and walk.  The employee may lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision and the ability to adjust focus.

 VII.   WORK ENVIRONMENT

 

The work environment characteristics are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

 

Los Angeles County , CA 90255 2019-09-20 View
Purchasing Technician I Orange County Head Start, Inc.

Purchasing Technician I

 Essential Job Duties: Research and perform cost and value analysis of quotes, bids, etc. Process purchase requisitions and POs, vendor invoices, sales tax, verify pricing & terms meet conditions of agreement. File and maintain department records, such as: bids, COI, POs, packing lists, delivery receipts, etc. Order tracking; investigate problems/errors; expedite delayed/ misplaced shipments; resolve complaints. Investigate and respond to staff regarding PO questions, purchasing procedures, and documents. Maintain core product catalog with updates and changes to product detail and pricing in APS system. Maintain and replenish administration office central supplies. Prepare travel and conference reservations. Perform similar and incidental duties as required. Be organized and complete work in accordance with deadlines. Operate computer terminal, spreadsheet, database and word processing software; operate office equipment.

 

 Requirements:  High School Diploma.Two or more years of purchasing support experience with good mathematical and logistical problem solving ability; fast-paced deadline driven environment; high aptitude for excellent customer service;  knowledge of purchasing procedures; materials, equipment, supplies and record keeping systems. Basic math skills including the ability to perform and understand basic percentages. Good oral and written communication skills.

 

 

 

We offer a salary range of $17.50 to $19.00 per hour and excellent benefits in addition to the opportunity to serve families and children in Orange County.

 

 

 

Final filing date Friday, October 4, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.

 

 

 

Apply now to join our team!

 

 

 

Submit an application, resume and transcripts to: 

 

Orange County Head Start Inc.

 

2501 S. Pullman Street, Suite 100

 

Santa Ana, CA 92705

 

 

 

For further information and additional career opportunities, please visit the careers section on our website at www.ochsinc.org or call our Human Resources Department at 714-241-8920.

 

Fax 949-596-8291

 

EOE

 

Orange County, CA 92705 2019-09-20 View
Program Services Assistant III (30) Colusa County Office of Education

Colusa County Office of Education is recruiting for a Program Services Assistant III who can performs a variety of family support, case management, and clerical and receptionist duties.

 

CURRENT ASSIGNMENT LOCATION:

Children’s Services Main Office 

 

SALARY:

$14.16 - $16.40 per hour

 

HOURS/DAYS:

7.5 hours per day, 261 days per year

 

BENEFITS:

Partially paid medical, dental and vision benefits; paid vacation and sick leave; CalPERS retirement

 

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • Program Services Assistant II: High School graduate or GED and one year clerical experience
  • Program Services Assistant III: As above and 6 General Education College Units

 

LICENSES & REQUIREMENTS:

 

The successful candidate will be required to provide DOJ and FBI fingerprint clearance, TB test clearance, a valid California driver’s license, and immunizations as described on complete job description following acceptance of job offer.

 

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

  • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 4, 2019 by 4:30 p.m.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Interested candidates must apply online at www.ccoe.net

 

REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS

A complete application packet will include:

  • Resume
  • Letter of Interest
  • Unofficial transcripts verifying units

 

All employment applications and supplemental documents must be submitted through EdJoin.  Incomplete application packets will not be considered.

 

 

Colusa County Office of Education (CCOE) participates in E-Verify. To view the Notice of E-Verify Participation and the Right to Work posters, please visit the Employment Opportunities section of the CCOE website.

 

Colusa, CA 95932 2019-09-19 View
Program Services Assistant III (31) Colusa County Office of Education

Colusa County Office of Education is recruiting for a Program Services Assistant III who can performs a variety of family support, case management, and clerical and receptionist duties.

 

CURRENT ASSIGNMENT LOCATION:

Children’s Services Main Office 

 

SALARY:

$14.16 - $16.40 per hour

 

HOURS/DAYS:

7.5 hours per day, 261 days per year

 

BENEFITS:

Partially paid medical, dental and vision benefits; paid vacation and sick leave; CalPERS retirement

 

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • Program Services Assistant II: High School graduate or GED and one year clerical experience
  • Program Services Assistant III: As above and 6 General Education College Units

 

LICENSES & REQUIREMENTS:

 

The successful candidate will be required to provide DOJ and FBI fingerprint clearance, TB test clearance, a valid California driver’s license, and immunizations as described on complete job description following acceptance of job offer.

 

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

  • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 4, 2019 by 4:30 p.m.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Interested candidates must apply online at www.ccoe.net

 

REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS

A complete application packet will include:

  • Resume
  • Letter of Interest
  • Unofficial transcripts verifying units

 

All employment applications and supplemental documents must be submitted through EdJoin.  Incomplete application packets will not be considered.

 

 

Colusa County Office of Education (CCOE) participates in E-Verify.  To view the Notice of E-Verify Participation and the Right to Work posters, please visit the Employment Opportunities section of the CCOE website.

 

Colusa, CA 95932 2019-09-19 View
Chief Operating Officer Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo

Position Summary:
The chief operating officer position is responsible for directing all of the administrative functions of the agency in accordance with industry standards, where applicable, regulatory agencies, as appropriate and company objectives and policies. Provides leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that the agency has proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems in place to effectively grow the agency to ensure financial strength and efficiency. The chief operating office accomplishes this through a respectful, constructive and energetic style, guided by objectives of the company and supports CAPSLO’s mission and vision.
Essential Duties:
Management Responsibilities:
1. Oversees the Chief Financial Officer and to ensure efficient agency fiscal management systems that provide program support on a level with current needs and future growth projections in areas such as budgeting, accounting, risk management, purchasing and payroll. Ensures compliance with funding sources, state and federal laws, fiscal controls, audits and fiscal policies.
2. Oversees IT Director in the design, development, implementation and maintenance of communication systems, such as computer hardware, computer software, area-wide network, high-speed internet, automated tracking systems, centralized database management, phones, voice mail, e-mail, web site, teleconferencing equipment and other systems to assist in the smooth and efficient flow of information. Ensures programs receive technical support and are trained on communications systems.
3. Oversees the Facilities Director to ensure adequate program support in the area of facilities and project management, including major construction projects, related applications and permits, assistance with property purchases and leases, capital improvement, facility maintenance, playground safety inspections, program records retention system, and overall facility and security management systems agency- wide.
4. Ensures that the responsibilities, authorities and accountability of all direct subordinates are defined and understood.
Legal Responsibilities:

1. Oversees the coordination, communication and interactions of Agency individuals with any legal issues and legal services associated with Agency operations.
Responsibilities and Duties:

1. Demonstrated experience in financial planning and analysis with previous experience overseeing the finance, facilities, and information technology.
2. Skilled in organizational development, personnel management, budget and resource development, and strategic planning.
3. Creates the central administration structure and processes necessary to manage and support the organization’s current activities and projected growth.
4. Develops and establishes operating policies, systems, and controls consistent with the agency goals and objectives.
5. Develop credibility for the administration group by providing timely and accurate analyses of budget, project proposals and business trends in the multiple agency programs in order to assist the CEO and the Board of Directors and other senior managers in performing their responsibilities.
6. Evaluates the results of central administration operations regularly and systematically and reports results to the Chief Executive Officer.
7. Ensures that all agency activities and operations are carried out in compliance with funding sources, local, state and federal regulations and laws governing agency business.
8. Oversees grant and contract administration systems by providing program support for current and future needs in the area of planning, negotiations, and administration of contractual performance. Ensures compliance with grant conditions, rules, regulations, and pertinent laws. Assists in stablishing evaluation procedures for determining impact, funding justification, and changes in existing programs.

9. Advise, negotiate, manage and administer all contracts into which the agency may enter. Counsel with the CFO on financial matters associated with the financial viability of entering into such contracts.
10. Attends monthly management meetings and Board of Director meeting.
11. May act as the CEO in her/his absence. May represent the agency in the community in place of the CEO, as needed.
12. Other responsibilities and projects as assigned.
Minimum Educational and Experience Requirements:

1. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or closely related field.

2. Seven (7) to ten (10) years of senior management level experience in review management of Agency Administrative related functions as described herein, including at least five (5) years of supervising management level staff.

3. Proficiency with multiple financial software packages. Proficiency in GAAP accounting and policy and experience in government regulatory requirements and filings.

4. Must have knowledge of auditing standards; budgeting best practices; and governmental or fund accounting, as well as those required by various funding terms and conditions of our contracts.

5. Must have knowledge of federal, state and local funding source regulations and reporting requirements. Familiarity with and its related government requirements and/or knowledge of applicable codes and regulations, especially those pertaining to the State Department of Education and Health and Human Services.

Preferred qualifications:
1. Master’s degree in Business Administration or related field.

2. Valid license to practice as a Certified Public Accountant in California preferred.
3. Financial accounting experience in a non-profit organization, community action agency or governmental entity, including familiarity with governmental accounting principles and procedures. Risk management experience including oversight of contracts, leases and grants.
4. Experience with state or federally funded child development programs and a focus in nonprofit accounting, including familiarity with and understanding of compliance with OMB Circular A-133 and A-122, especially CFR part 74, relocated to 2 CFR, Part 230.
Competencies:

1. Communication Skills
  • Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Invites others to participate in the decision making process
  • Solicits and evaluates feedback
  • Communicates changes effectively
  • Builds commitment and supports those affected by change
2. Problem Solving
  • Must be able to generate creative solutions
  • Ability to translate concepts and information into tangible systems and policies
  • Demonstrated ability to develop project plans, and completes projects on time and budget

3. Management Skills
  • Ability to develop and implement systems, procedures and policies
  • Delegates work assignments effectively
  • Acts as a role model and provides leadership
  • Involves staff and management in planning, decision making, facilitating and process
  • Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness in work
  • Motivates staff to look for ways to improve and promote work quality
  • Gives appropriate recognition to staff

4. Business
  • Conserves agency resources
  • Possesses working knowledge of finance, information technology, facilities, purchasing laws, regulations and standard business practices
  • Develops strategies to achieve agency goals
  • Identifies external threats and opportunities

5. Diversity
  • Has ability to relate well to all people of the community regardless of color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic level.
 • Has ability to build a diverse workforce
 • Demonstrates knowledge of EEO policy
 • Educates others on the value of diversity

6. Ethics
  • Treats people with respect
  • Keeps commitments
  • Demonstrates strong work ethic and integrity
  • Upholds and supports agency goals and values
  • Follows policies and procedures

7. Planning/Organizing

  • Knowledge of the goals and objectives of community programs, including program coordination and administration
 • Knowledge of related federal and state legislation and regulations
 • Working knowledge of the principles and practices of governmental administration
 • Working knowledge of problems of economically disadvantaged, minority, female and disabled persons
 • Working knowledge of evaluation techniques, contract negotiation techniques, basic statistics, budget planning and development, monitoring and fiscal aspects of program management
 • Knowledge of federal program accounting/reporting procedures and block grant funding
 • Knowledge of auditing processes and procedures, spreadsheet application, and employment and training information technology systems
 • Ability to plan, organize, manage and administer programs, activities, and functions
 • Ability to administer a performance and fiscal monitoring program of contractors and sub-grantees
 • Ability to deal effectively with a variety of government and community officials

8. Other
  • Ability to travel out-of-county and out-of-state
  • Ability to work in a changing, evolving teamwork-oriented environment
  • Excellent planning, organizing and leadership/supervisory skills
  • Ability to work with policy makers (Board of Commissioners), managers, and staff
  • Ability to interact at all levels and across diverse cultures
  • Ability to analyze complex business and financial data and develop innovative recommendations and solutions
  • Extensive computer knowledge (word processing, spreadsheet, database management, internet, e-mail, calendar, etc.)
  • Employment is contingent upon meeting all job requirements and background requirements: criminal history check, education verification, acknowledgement of child abuse reporting responsibility, criminal record statement, etc. Employment is contingent upon receiving a clearance from appropriate authorities.

 • Must be able to relate well to all people of the community regardless of color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic level.
 • Must use reasonable precautions in the performance of one’s duties and adhere to all applicable safety rules and practices; and act in such a manner as to ensure at all times maximum safety to one’s self, fellow employees, clients and children.
Physical and Environmental Requirements:   

Position requires intermittent sitting, standing, walking, twisting, and bending. Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds. Simple grasping and hand manipulation required as well as reaching above and below shoulder level. Requires working indoors in a temperature-controlled environment with some exposure to copier and printer chemicals/fumes. Must be able to withstand exposure to noise in a daycare environment.
Reasonable Accommodations:

I have read and understood the Essential Functions of this position, including the Responsibilities and Duties. 

I also acknowledge that the Responsibilities and Duties for this position may change in the  future with or without prior notice.

I further understand that I can request a reasonable accommodation, should one be necessary for me to carry out the Essential Functions of this position. 

I can perform these with or without reasonable accommodation. 

San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 2019-09-18 View
INFANT TODDLER LEAD TEACHER Sacramento Employment and Training Agency

NOTE: Applicants who are on an existing Eligible List DO NOT need to apply again. You will be contacted regarding an Interview.

We are looking for an Infant Toddler Lead Teacher to provide a successful, safe and supervised educational setting for toddlers while they are in the Head Start environment. Provide support to parents in their role as primary caretakers and educators of their children and encourage their involvement in all aspects of the program.

Position Summary: The Infant Toddler Lead Teacher is responsible for the care, supervision and management of infants and toddlers (ages birth to 36 months old) in accordance with the goals and curriculum plan of the SETA Head Start/Early Head Start program. The principal duties of the Infant Toddler Lead Teacher include: conduct focused observations of children, develop action plans, carry out and evaluate the effectiveness of child development activities, ensure the safety and well-being of the children, maintain regular communication with parents, and contribute to the effective operation of the overall early care and education of young children. The Infant Toddler Lead Teacher reports to the Site Supervisor in a center-based program and an Education Coordinator (Supervisory) in the home based program.

Starting Salary: $19.55 per hour

Benefits:
Medical Benefits (6 plans to choose from)
Dental Benefits
Life Insurance
Vision Insurance
Educational Reimbursement: up to $1500 annually
Access to the Public Employee Student Loan Forgiveness Program
Paid Jury Duty
Pension (mandatory contribution required)
Retirement Health Savings Accounts and 457 plans
Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation
Paid Sick Leave
Regional Transit Monthly Pass Reimbursement

Minimum Qualifications: 

EDUCATION: Possession of a current Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher as issued by the State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, including a minimum three (3) units infant/toddler development coursework. OR
I. An Associate, Bachelor’s or advanced degree in early childhood education and three (3) units of infant/toddler development coursework; OR
II. An Associate degree in a field related to early childhood education and possession of an Associate Teacher Permit or higher as verified by the State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, plus three (3) units of infant/toddler development coursework; OR
III. A Bachelor’s or advanced degree in any field and possession of a Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher as verified by the State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, plus three (3) units of infant/toddler development coursework. AND

EXPERIENCE: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain these knowledge and abilities would be:
a. At least one (1) year of successful work experience in an infant/toddler program or in a Head Start program, Early Head Start program, and/or home visiting program.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a current First Aid Certificate and CPR Training Certificate (may be obtained within three (3) months of employment). Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Class C Driver’s License is required. A good driving record of at least three (3) years duration, as evidenced by freedom from multiple or serious traffic violations or accidents, is required. Readily available transportation and minimum insurance as required by law.

Who May Apply: This is an OPEN examination. Open to the public, current employees, and employees eligible for transfer or voluntary demotion.
How To Apply: A completed SETA application must be submitted by the deadline date using the online application which can be found at https://laserfiche.seta.net/Forms/app. Copies of all degrees, permits, and credentials must be attached to the application.

Upon job offer individuals will be required to complete a pre-employment health screening, TB test, background check,
motor vehicle record check (Home Based), and provide copies of immunization records for MMR, TDAP and flu (or flu waiver).

Posting Date: Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Final Filing Date: Friday, September 27, 2019 by 5 p.m.

SETA will not accept applications electronically submitted after the 5 p.m. deadline.
SETA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

Sacramento, CA 95815 2019-09-17 View
HEAD START TEACHER Sacramento Employment and Training Agency

We are looking for a Head Start Teacher to provide a variety of educational activities at a program site for the Head Start Program operated by the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency. Responsibilities include educational activity planning, teaching, and promotion of parent involvement in site activities.

Position Summary: Under general supervision the Head Start Teacher plans and conducts classroom activities which provide individual developmental; experiences for Head Start children; performs classroom teaching duties; is responsible for the health, safety, and personal welfare of assigned children, provides direction for Head Start Associate Teachers, substitutes and pare volunteers, to conduct home visits and promote parent involvement in Head Start programs; and to do related work as required.

Starting Salary: $19.55/Hour with an Associate’s Degree or $20.05/Hour with a Bachelor’s Degree or higher in ECE or a Bachelor’s degree or higher in another field plus a permit at the Teacher level or higher.

Minimum Qualifications:
EDUCATION: Possession of an Associate’s degree or higher in early childhood education; or an Associate’s degree in a field related to ECE and possession of a Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher as issued by the State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing; or a Bachelor’s Degree or higher in any applicable field and possession of a Child Development Teacher Permit or higher as issued by the State of CA is required AND MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH APPLICATION.


EXPERIENCE: A minimum of one (1) year of successful work experience as a Head Start Associate Teacher or one year of successful work experience in teaching young children in a comparable program.

Special Requirements:  Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Class C Driver’s License is required.

How To Apply: A completed SETA application must be submitted using the online application which can be found at https://laserfiche.seta.net/Forms/app. Copies of all degrees, permits, and credentials must be attached to the application.

Upon job offer individuals will be required to complete a pre-employment health screening, TB test, and background check, and provide copies of immunization records for MMR, TDAP and flu (or flu waiver).

Posting Date: Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Final Filing Date: Friday, September 27, 2019 by 5 p.m., PST.

Applications will not be accepted after the 5 p.m. deadline. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

SETA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Benefits:
Medical Benefits (6 plans to choose from)
Dental Benefits
Life Insurance
Vision Insurance
Educational Reimbursement: up to $1500 annually
Access to the Public Employee Student Loan Forgiveness Program
Paid Jury Duty
Pension (mandatory contribution required)
Retirement Health Savings Accounts and 457 plans
Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation
Paid Sick Leave
Regional Transit Monthly Pass Reimbursement

Sacramento, CA 95815 2019-09-17 View
Site Supervisor Sacramento Employment and Training Agency

We are looking for a Site Supervisor to provide a variety of assistance with the outreach, social service, and health components of the Child Development Program operated by the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency.

Position Summary:  Primary responsibilities include supervising and overseeing a child care site that may include infant/toddler child care and/or preschool and/or school age care.  Coordinates educational activities, enrollment and community outreach activities; provides work direction for site staff and parent volunteers; conducts staff and parent meetings; health screenings, maintenance of health records; and assists families with the use of community resources.

Minimum Qualifications:

EDUCATION:

  1. An Associate, Bachelor’s or advanced degree in early childhood education; OR
  2. An Associate degree in a field related to early childhood education and possession of a Child Development Teacher Permit or higher as verified by the State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing; OR
  3. A Bachelor’s or advanced degree in any field and possession of a Child Development Teacher Permit or higher as verified by the State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.  AND

Possession of or eligibility for a Child Development Site Supervisor Permit as verified by the State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.  At least (3) semester units above must be related to the care of infants.

AND

EXPERIENCE:  At least three (3) years of successful teaching experience as a teacher in a day care program; or one (1) year of successful supervisory experience in a similar program assisting the early childhood development of young children, experience working in infant/toddler care is preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Class C California Driver’s License is required.  A good driving record of at least three (3) years duration, as evidenced by freedom from multiple or serious traffic violations or accidents, is required.  Failure to obtain a Class C Driver’s License will be evaluated on a case by case basis.

Who May Apply:  This is an OPEN examination.  Open to the public, current employees, and employees eligible for transfer or voluntary demotion.

 How To Apply:  A completed SETA application must be submitted by the deadline date using the online application which can be found at https://laserfiche.seta.net/Forms/app.   Copies of all degrees, permits, and credentials must be attached to the application.

Upon job offer individuals will be required to complete a pre-employment health screening, TB test, and background check, and provide copies of immunization records for MMR, TDAP and flu (or flu waiver).

Posting Date:  Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Final Filing Date:  Friday, September 27, 2019 by 5 p.m., PST.

SETA will not accept applications electronically submitted after the 5 p.m. deadline. 

SETA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

Benefits:

Medical Benefits (6 plans to choose from)

Dental Benefits

Life Insurance

Vision Insurance

Educational Reimbursement: up to $1500 annually

Access to the Public Employee Student Loan Forgiveness Program

Paid Jury Duty

Pension (mandatory contribution required)

Retirement Health Savings Accounts and 457 plans

Paid Holidays

Paid Vacation

Paid Sick Leave

Regional Transit Monthly Pass Reimbursement

 

Sacramento, CA 95815 2019-09-17 View
Aide HS PS Head Start - North Coast Opportunities

EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION REQUIRED TO APPLY

Head Start Child Development Program of North Coast Opportunities

Apply Soon (Open Until Filled) 

Recruiting for Mendocino County:

Aide HS PS  – (Bilingual Preferred)  29 hours per week. 9 months/year.

Salary: $ 12.21 - $ 14.04/hr DOQ. EOE

Assists and supports teaching staff to improve services to Head Start Child Development (HSCDP) families.  Performs all job duties utilizing dual language ability as necessary to provide optimum support and services for clients and HSCDP staff.

For full job description details & required employment application form go to www.ncoinc.org/about-us/jobs  or 707-467-3200

Mendocino County, CA 95482 2019-09-17 View
Mental Health & Disabilities Manager MAAC

Under general direction, the incumbent monitors sites and plans, coordinates, directs, oversees, and manages for successful implementation of the Disabilities and Mental Health portions of the Performance Standards, in accordance with the policies, procedures and philosophy of the MAAC Child Development Program and in compliance with the Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards and state, federal and local regulations.  The Mental Health/Disabilities Manager is responsible for ensuring that program services are provided to children with socio-emotional/developmental needs, their families, and the teachers/providers who support them.  The Mental Health/Disabilities Manager provides supervision of assigned staff, as well as coordination of mental/behavioral health consultants/interns. The incumbent will also ensure compliance with all policies, procedures and guidelines as outlined by MAAC and governing regulations and performs related duties as assigned.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

This single position classification has administrative, financial and management accountability for the services to children with Disabilities and Mental Health components of MAAC’s Child Development Program.  The incumbent will provide leadership and exceptional support services, and implement, coordinate and evaluate services and methods for both staff and families in providing an overall effective infant-family and early childhood mental health, eco-systemic, strengths-based developmental approach in the program. The incumbent works within an interdisciplinary team setting with other Child Development Program staff using transdisciplinary care and case coordination protocols that integrate service areas to address identified concerns for children. The incumbent is responsible for developing and implementing short-and long-range plans and strategies for meeting MAAC and the department’s goals and objectives.  Duties are carried out with considerable independence within a framework of established policies, procedures, and guidelines.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/CERTIFICATION

  • Master’s Degree in Counseling, Marriage Family Therapy, Social Work, Psychology or a closely related field, with experience in early childhood mental health. Two (2) years of post-graduate experience required to supervise graduate level interns, highly preferred.
  • Current California LMFT, LCSW OR LPCC License highly desirable.
  • Five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience performing work in program development, community relations and organization that includes a minimum of three (3) years of successful management and supervisory experience and experience working with preschool children and families from low income and culturally diverse backgrounds; clinical and reflective supervision experience is highly desirable.
  • Endorsement by the California Center for Early Childhood Mental Health as an Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health Advanced Transdisciplinary Mental Health Practitioner, Mental Health Specialist, or Reflective Practice Facilitator is highly desirable.
  • Experience working with State and Federal regulated Child Development Programs is highly desirable.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point, and databases such as Child Plus.
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) speaking, reading, and writing highly desirable.

Review the full job description and apply online.

San Marcos, CA 92069 2019-09-13 View
Teacher Aide Sierra Cascade Family Opp

TEACHER AIDE for Sierra Cascade Family Opportunities, in Portola.  30  hrs/wk, 43 wks/yr, including benefits.  $12.51-15.20/hr. Selected candidate will assist in operation of a preschool classroom.  Must be 18 and possess a high school diploma or GED; 12 units Early Childhood Education preferred, including; child growth and development; child, family and community; and program curriculum, and six months work experience in a licensed child care center, bilingual skills desirable. Criminal background clearance required after offer of employment is made.  Resume, transcripts and application must be received by 9/27/19, contact 283-1242 for application or visit www.headstart4u.org.  Send to Gina Wood, 424 N Mill Creek Rd, Quincy, CA  95971  EOE

 

 

Portola, CA 96122 2019-09-13 View
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