Job Title Agency Job Description Job Location Posted on Actions
Center Supervisor I, II Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County, Inc.

Position Summary: 

Manages the day-to-day operation of the center, including: supervision, monitoring and evaluation of Instructional Staff. The Center Supervisor ensures the curriculum planning, record keeping, family and community partnerships in accordance with Performance Standards and State regulations. The Center Supervisor is responsible for educational supplies and material orders within the budget and the implementation of the Head Start Performance Standards.Supports CAPSLO’s mission by ensuring the operation of the center is run effectively to support as many children and families as possible within the community it operates.

Essential Functions:

1.Ensures daily that the overall program quality offered at the Center Level adheres to all State laws and licensing regulations, the Federal Head Start Performance Standards, CAPSLO Personnel Policies and Procedures and instructions from the Area Managers, MSHS Deputy Director and CYFS Division Director.

2.Guides, monitors and ensures that the Service Plans are implemented. Monitors compliance with Head Start Performance Standards.

3.Identifies training needs of Center Instructional Staff and provides training, support, evaluation and direction required for program effectiveness and professional development.

4.Participates in planning, development and implementation of training with Area Managers, Consultants and Coordinators and Program Specialists.

5.Documents and tracks appropriate form(s) to ensure all the program requirements are met in the mandated time frame as per the Head Start Performance Standards. Ensures that all center staff documents are tracked as required.

6.Keeps up-to-date on the CYFS Policies and Procedures and reference the policies and procedures for training purposes and to guide the day-to-day operation of the Program.

7.Plans and conducts Staff Meeting minimum of once a month. Provides Area Manager with planned agenda and with minutes after each meeting. The Staff Meetings will include training, center issues and planning.

8.Ensures that the center environment (indoors and outdoors) is developmentally appropriate, safe, and offers children a wide variety of experiences.

9.Reviews Lesson Plans to insure input from families, staff, children, consultants and the Coordinators and Specialists.

10.Monitors the required screening and ongoing assessment of children according to policies and procedures and as required by the Head Start Performance Standards.

11.Ensures that the program’s Transition Plan for children and families is implemented.

12.Implements the Federal Performance Standards for Children with Disabilities in the Head Start Program with assistance and input from the Area Manager.

13.Implements, as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, each child’s Individual Education Plan (IEP)/Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) and participates in case conferencing, as needed.

 

Responsibilities and Duties:

1.Participates in the daily housekeeping duties at the Center Level including vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, dusting, etc., which involves twisting, lifting, bending, carrying, pulling, pushing, reaching, etc.

2.Ensures that the Cleaning Procedures are followed and the proper sanitation products are implemented.

3.Orders consumable supplies including paper, glue, paint, brushes, etc. to be used with children in the classroom, and instructional materials and equipment within the budget amount allocated for such purchases. Tracks orders and keeps purchases within the allocated amount. Provides Area Manager with documentation of purchases. Must have approval from immediate supervisor.

4.Is familiar with the curriculum and ensures it is used to fidelity.

5.Attends monthly Parent Committee Meetings, which includes Monthly Education
Sharing.

6.Provides Area Managers with the planned parent education topics and speakers.

7.Participates in community collaborations including the local school districts, Healthy Start, Even Start, Local Planning Councils, Transitional Kindergarten meetings/events, etc.

8.Participates in enrollment and recruitment activities.

9.Keeps the Area Manager informed of any problems or concerns related to the operation of the center.

10.Conducts on-going monitoring to ensure comprehensive, quality services to all families.

11.Monitors mealtimes for Child and Adult Care Food Program at least once per year.

12.Shares responsibility for overall quality of educational experiences for all children.

13.Collects and submits In-Kind for the Center.

14.Substitutes in a classroom, as needed, when substitutes are not available.

15.Must be dedicated to the goals and philosophy of the program.

16.Must uphold program Standards of Conduct at all times.

17.Must maintain confidentiality at all times.

18.Acts as a member of the MSHS team.

19.Must use reasonable precaution in the performance of one’s duties and adhere to all
applicable safety rules and practices; and act in such a manner as to assure at all times, maximum safety to one’s self, fellow employees and children.

20.Complete all duties as assigned.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge

1.Must have knowledge of and the ability to comply with applicable laws and regulations.

2.Must be willing to increase knowledge of child development and early childhood 
education, as well as techniques of working with children with special needs and 
their families.

Skills

1.Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills.

2.Must have strong written and verbal communication skills, and be able to 
communicate effectively with clients and program staff.

3.Must have strong computer skills with experience working with MS Office programs 
(Word, Excel), database programs and general Internet use.

4.Must demonstrate sound judgment, supervisory and administrative skills.

5.Skilled in the development and implementation of educational lesson planning for groups and individuals, some of whom are individuals with disabilities.

Abilities

1.Must be able to maintain good working relationships with other program staff.

2.Must be able to serve as a role model and mentor.

3.Must be self-motivated and able to work with a minimum of supervision.

4.Must be able to direct the work of others, when applicable.

5.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.

6.Must understand, uphold, and continue working toward accomplishing the mission, strategic goals and performance measures of the agency.

7.Must be able to supervise a group of children.

8.Must be able to organize and maintain accurate record keeping and reporting.

9.Must be able to recognize emergencies and areas where action is necessary.

 

Supervisory Responsibility:

Provides direct supervision of Teachers, Instructional Aides, Disabilities Instructional Assistants, Bus Drivers, Family Services Advocates, Food Service Personnel, Substitutes, Volunteers and Trainees assigned to the Center.

Work Environment:

Requires working indoors in temperature-controlled environment with some exposure to copier and printer chemicals/fumes. Must be able to withstand exposure to noise in a daycare environment.

Physical Demands:

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.

Physical

1.Must be able to stand, walk or sit for long periods of time.

2.Must be able to lift and carry up to 40 pounds, and have unrestricted use of the upper and lower body.

3.Must be able to bend, squat, reach, kneel, and climb stairs.

4.Must be able to move from a sitting to standing position quickly, safely, and without difficulty.

5.Must be able to chase a fleeing child.

6.Must be able to join the children’s active play including jumping and running indoors and outdoors.

7.Must be able to assist children with diapering, toileting, and change of clothing 
requiring lifting, bending, and squatting.

 

Vision, Hearing and Speech

1.Corrected or uncorrected hearing and vision within normal ranges.

2.A clear speaking voice and other abilities necessary to ensure child safety in the classroom, other group areas and when in the community.

 

Travel:

Must have dependable, insured transportation and valid California Driver’s License 
(mileage to be reimbursed) and acceptable driving record. A DMV printout and 
proof of insurance will be required.


Required Education and Experience:

Center Supervisor – Level I

●AA/AS In Early Childhood Education (EC) or Child Development (CD)

 OR

●AA/AS in related field with 24 units in EC or CD (*1)

PLUS

●1 year supervisory experience (*2)

●Current Site Supervisor Permit or higher (*3)

●Three I/T College Units

 

Center Supervisor – Level II

●BA/BS in Early Childhood Education (EC) or Child Development (CD)

OR

●BA/BS in a related field with 12 units in EC or CD (*1)

PLUS

●1 year supervisory experience (*2)

●Current Site Supervisor Permit or higher (*3)

●Three I/T College Units

1)*Units in ECE/CD include coursework in early childhood education/child development and at least one course in each of the following core areas 1) child/human growth and development 2) child, family and community, or child and family relations; 3) programs/curriculum. Must have received passing grade of “C” or better or credit.

2)*Experience must be in a licensed day care center, comparable home daycare or group child care program for children ages 0 - 5 under the supervision of a person who would qualify as a Center Supervisor. College internships and labs served in a licensed day care center will count as experience.

3)*Must hold appropriate Site Supervisor Permit or higher or qualify for the permit an appropriate prior to beginning employment and apply within 60 days of commencing employment. State Child Development program requires permit be held prior to beginning employment (Temporary County Certificates also acceptable).

 

Preferred Education and Experience:

 CLASS reliable and maintains reliability annually.

 

License & Certifications:

1.Must renew and maintain a valid Site Supervisor Permit or higher at all 
times.

2.Must provide certificates of completion of approved pediatric first aid and pediatric
CPR training within 30 days of hire. Employee is responsible for renewing and
maintaining a valid CPR/first aid certification at all times.

 

Additional Eligibility Qualifications:

1.Must be at least 18 years of age by date of hire.

2.Must submit proof of current vaccination status for measles, pertussis, and influenza (or a current, signed influenza declination form) in compliance with SB 792.

3.Must complete a health screening physical completed within 12 months prior to employment or 7 days following the date of hire, and a current TB skin test/Chest X-Ray.

4.Employment is contingent upon meeting all job requirements and background requirements: criminal history check (Inclusive of DOJ, FBI and Child Abuse), acknowledgement of child abuse reporting responsibility, criminal record statement (Form LIC508), etc. A criminal history clearance is required within seven days of completing the Live Scan.

5.Upon hire agency staff will check the Megan’s Law (or the current sexual predator website) to ensure each staff being hired is clear for employment. Program administrative staff will check the website annually to ensure all program staff are cleared to work.

6.Must meet the Head Start Performance Standards and State requirements.

7.Employment in Head Start, Early Head Start and Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Programs is contingent upon approval of the Policy Council.

8.Must complete 16 hours of training on preventative health practices, as required by
Health and Safety Code within 30 days of hire.

9.Must complete Safety Training (Performance Standards; 1302.47) within three
months of hire.

 

Other Duties: 

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

 

Reasonable Accommodations:

I have read and understand 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.

 

 

EOE/ V/ ADA/ Drug Free Workplace/ Asset Infused Organization

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, religion, national origin, veteran status, or on the basis of disability.

 

San Diego, CA 92064 2021-04-16 View
Fiscal Coordinator MAAC

Under supervision, performs budget analysis and requisition coding for the Child Development Program.  Assists with fiscal operations for the program.  Performs technical and moderately complex accounting work for assigned local, state and federally funded programs, including setting up and reconciling general ledger accounts; verifies fund availability; verifies charges are made to appropriate program accounts; independently identifies discrepancies and collaborates with program managers to resolve problems.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/CERTIFICATION

  • BA/BS degree from an accredited college/university with a major in accounting, financial, business administration, or a related field is highly desirable.
  • Three (3) years of financial and/or budgeting experience involving the analysis of budget data; OR equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
  • Demonstrated experience with Microsoft applications and accounting software systems (i.e. Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Abila etc.), and advanced functions of spreadsheets; along with other standard financial and business software; operate 10 key by touch.
  • One (1) year experience in the non-profit sector is highly desirable.

Review the full job description and apply online at our website.

FT/Benefits Pkg/52 Weeks

Vista, CA 92084 2021-04-13 View
Program Assistant Foundation for Early Childhood Education, Inc.

SUMMARY OF DUTIES

Under moderate supervision, provide program formation to participant families related to a range of educational, health, disability and mental health services; assist with providing program support to staff, which includes using ChildPlus, PIR, and other program data, to develop reports from data analysis to information program of status. Service areas may include and range from education, family services, CACFP, ERSEA, or other service areas.

Job Duties will be related to a various service areas and by providing program support to staff, and Early Head Start/Head Start/State Preschool delegate agency personnel as assigned. 

 

Job Duties

  • Assigned to front desk at times, to answer phone calls from public and collect information to begin enrollment, or refer to appropriate agency for their home address
  • Assist with arranging materials used for in-service trainings throughout the Agency and service areas
  • Clerical and data entry duties, as assigned to departments which includes record keeping in files, ChildPlus, and creating reports
  • Develops, disseminations, and monitors information related to students and parents that pertains to the appropriate department  
  • Prepare tables and summaries of reports that maintain comprehensive records related to program participations, activities, and statistics while; monitoring forms, documents, and records
  • Provide information to management related to the service areas/departments as assigned

 

III.      QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS

 

Education: Graduation from High School or equivalent, preferably supplemented by some related college-level coursework

 

Experience: One year providing administrative and program support and working with state or federally funded educational and social services programs involving parents and children, such as Head Start assistant programs or other organizations that service low-income families

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Ability to generate and create various reports
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish is a plus
  • Competence to communicate with staff and families effectively and appropriately
  • Data entry and ability to handle multiple tasks/projects simultaneously
  • Knowledge in Child Plus is a plus
  • Knowledge and experience using Virtual Platforms (Zoom, Google Meet, GoToMeetings to setup and conduct meetings to actively participate and support program
  • Proficiency with computer applications such as Microsoft Office Suite, Windows, and the Internet

 

Licenses/Permits/Certifications:

  • Automobile, Insurance and Valid Driver’s License

 

IV.      SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Prior to hire, the following must be assured:

 

Eligibility to Work: All potential employees will be asked to present supporting documents establishing proof of identity and employment eligibility upon completing the I-9 form.

 

Medical Examination: Must submit a medical examination demonstrating capability to perform type of work required; must submit a tuberculin skin test or chest x-ray. Proof of Immunizations: Influenza, Pertussis TDAP (Whooping Cough), and Measles (MMR)

 

Fingerprint Clearances: All potential employees will be subject to obtain fingerprint clearances from the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and Child Abuse Index (CACI), prior to starting work.

 

Other Special Requirement: Must have the use of an automobile with adequate insurance coverage and a valid California driver’s license, or have available transportation.

                                           

Failure to meet medical standards and/or criminal record clearance may result in withdrawal of job appointment.

 

V.          PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must 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. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to site; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear.

 

The employee is frequently required to reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk. The employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, color vision and ability to adjust focus.

 

 

VI.   APPLICATION PROCEDURES

 

Applicants must complete a Foundation for Early Childhood Education employment application. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of application materials. Interested individuals may download an employment application online at Employment Opportunities – Foundation for Early Childhood Education, Inc. (foundationheadstart.org)

 

Interested candidates must forward the following documentations and application packet via email at applications@foundationheadstart.org or via mail at 3450 East Sierra Madre Pasadena, California 91107 (Attention HR)

 

  1. Employment Application – with original signature 
  2. Cover letter
  3. Resume
  4. Copy(ies) of Degrees
  5. Copy(ies) of Transcripts
  6. Letters of Recommendation
  7. And any other pertinent documentation as deemed necessary

 

Please Note: Application and all required documents can be mailed, or submitted to applications@foundationheadstart.org by the due date listed in this job posting

 

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Pasadena , CA 91107 2021-04-12 View
Teacher Aide Sierra Cascade Family Opportunities

TEACHER AIDE for Sierra Cascade Family Opportunities, in Susanville.  40 hrs/wk, 52 wks/yr, $14.00-16.74/hr, including benefits. Selected candidate will assist in operation of a preschool classroom.  Must be 18 and possess a high school diploma or GED. Applicant must be willing to take 12 units in Early Childhood Education within the first year of employment or hold/qualify for a Child Development Associate Teacher Permit.  Criminal background clearance required after offer of employment is made.  Resume & transcripts must be received by 5:00pm, 4/23/2021.  Send to Gina Wood, 424 N Mill Creek Rd, Quincy, CA  95971.  EOE

Susanville, CA 96130 2021-04-09 View
Home-Based Coordinator The Unity Council

Title:                           Home-Based Coordinator   

Reports To:                Home-based Regional Supervisor

Department:              Children & Family Services

Location:                    Oakland, CA

Schedule:                    Monday through Friday

Travel:                        Local travel may be required

Salary:                         $27.88-$30.29

Employee Status:      Regular, Full-time, Non-Exempt

Union:                         N/A

Supervises:                 Home Visitors

Benefits:

Two weeks of paid vacation a year, sick time, 13 holidays, up to five floating holidays based on employee status, medical and dental benefits on the first of the month following 30 days of employment, life insurance policy at no cost to employee (with the option of increasing policy amount), flexible spending account for medical and dependent care costs, commuter benefits, 403(b) with employer match, and other benefits. We foster a joyful workplace and offer opportunities for professional development and growth.

 

Agency Summary

The Unity Council is a non-profit Social Equity Development Corporation with a 50-year history in the Fruitvale neighborhood of Oakland. Our mission is to promote social equity and improve quality of life by building vibrant communities where everyone can work, learn, and thrive.

 

Our programs aim to provide the community with the tools, knowledge, and resources to transform their lives and ultimately achieve their long-term educational, career, and financial goals. These holistic programs and services reach more than 8,000 individuals and families annually in five languages. Programs include: early childhood education, youth mentorship and leadership development, employment services, career readiness training, housing and financial stability, senior citizen services, affordable housing and neighborhood development, and arts and cultural events. Our work expands beyond the Fruitvale district and now reaches across Oakland and into Concord. The Unity Council employs a diverse workforce of more than 250 people who reflect the linguistic, cultural, and ethnic identity of the communities we serve.

 

Program Summary

The Children and Family Services programs include Head Start, Early Head Start, State Pre-Kindergarten, Home Based Services, and Developmental Play Groups. Over 900 children birth through kindergarten entry and 32 expectant parents and their families receive child development and comprehensive family services through the Unity Council. The programs are diverse, multilingual, developmentally appropriate, culturally responsive, and individualized for each child and family services are provided in four centers and two home based programs throughout Oakland and Monument Corridor neighborhood in Concord, CA.

 

Position Summary

The Early Head Start (EHS) Home Based Coordinator will oversee the education and social services component of the program. Supervise home visitors, and provide child development activities during socializations. The Home Based Coordinator will be responsible for monitoring all aspects of the Home Based Performance Standards (1302.22), areas for infants and toddlers (1302.30), children with disabilities, screening and assessments, and Partners for a Healthy Baby Curriculum Fidelity practices. The coordinator will also implement the Head Start Learning Outcomes Framework and oversee the social services aspects of the program.

 

The Early Head Start Home Base Coordinator is responsible for implementing the social service work plan by providing ongoing comprehensive support and case management services to families that promote family wellbeing, self-sufficiency, and social competency.  This position is responsible for collaborating with community resources to assist with developing and maintaining family partnerships. The work is performed under the general supervision of the Child & Family Services Manager(s) and within guidelines established in the performance Standards.

 

Responsibilities

The duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

 

  • Supervise and train a team of Home Visitors;
  • Schedule and conduct individual supervision;
  • Monitor home visit report in ChildPlus and contact families when appropriate;
  • Oversee and review the case management work to ensure the Home Visitors support each family in developing a Family Partnership Agreement so the family is able to understand and use goal development as a valuable life skill.
  • Ensure the Home Visitors engage families as full partners in assessing their needs and strengths, and prioritizing their needs and interests according to their own values; ensure there is an appropriate fit between families’ needs and interests and program services.
  • In coordination with the Home Visitors, ensure that vacancies are filled before 30 days, eligibility is properly determined, enrollment includes 10% children with special needs;
  • Ensure families have regular home visits with families to build on competence in the areas of: understanding attachment and child development, self and family advocacy, developmental transitions, and parents as a child’s first teacher, life management skills and family wellness.
  • Ensure the home visitors make and consistently follow up on referrals related to: Family Partnership Agreement goals, strengths/needs assessment items, children with special needs, family health, job and education services and other services related to wellness and family sustainability.
  • Promote a unified approach to sharing child information with families by engaging in joint planning with teachers and other specialists to prepare for home visits and other family interactions.
  • Oversee the education component of the home based program; this includes adherence of home visitors to curriculum, conducting HOVRS assessment;
  • Provide leadership and trainings of program content;
  • Monitor all DRDPs in Learning Genie and support home visitors with questions on DRDP;
  • Recruit income and age eligible children continuously, recruitment is active/ongoing and that funded enrollment is achieved and maintained.
  • Train and support staff in the Family Needs Assessments process inclusive of appropriate follow-up;
    • Attend two home visits per year with each home visitor and conduct the HOVRS;
    • Coordinate and track the provision of Mental Health Services;
    • Maintain and distribute caseloads in absence of home visitor;
    • Collect all ASQs from home visitors and ensure home visitors are completing and data entering them in ASQ online;
    • Facilitate socialization planning and parent workshops or trainings;
    • Coordinates and role models teamwork of all professionals to guarantee interdisciplinary teamwork to best serve each child and their family;
    • Assure compliance with all issues of the Performance Standards for Special Education;
    • Oversee all other areas of the home based program for education and social services;
    • Attend regular management meetings and assist with preparation of end-of-month reports;
    • Perform additional duties as assigned by management.

 

Qualifications

  • AA or BA. in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Sociology, Psychology or related field, or a BA/AA with 12 units of Early Childhood Education 
  • 2-3 years experience working with low income families or in child development programs;
  • Experience and knowledge of Early Childhood Programming,
  • Good writing ability and experience in program-related materials,
  • Caring, compassionate approach to working with children and families,
  • Familiarity with administrative procedures, 
  • Ability to work harmoniously in a diverse team,
  • Knowledge of work place safety rules regarding lifting, general safety, and utilizing preventative health measures to prevent the spread of disease.
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) REQUIRED
  • Communicating with families of diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds in a positive and respectful manner
  • Coordinating and integrating a variety of services for families in compliance with program standards
  • Working collaboratively with a wide range of co-workers and partners

 

Physical Requirements

Must be able climb stairs, reach, bend, lift 20-30 pounds, crawl, kneel, stoop, twist, grasp with hands and fingers materials, use arms and legs, able to walk, climb ladders if applicable.

 

Pre-Employment Requirements

Physical exam, TB test, background/fingerprint clearance, measles, pertussis immunizations

 

This description is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities or requirements for the position. This position may change or assume additional duties at any time.

 

Please email your cover letter and resume to jobs@unitycouncil.org. Use "Title of Position" in the subject line.

 

The Unity Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Women, minorities, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

Oakland, CA 94601 2021-04-09 View
HEAD START COOK Sacramento Employment and Training Agency

We are looking for Head Start Cooks. This is a specialized classification for positions that perform food preparation, delivery, and service assignments in the Head Start Program operated by the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency.  Duties include food preparation, food delivery, sanitation, and record-keeping assignment.

Position Summary:  Under general direction, this position includes food preparation, pick-up and delivery of food to various Head Start sites, assist with menu planning, maintain food preparation and service facilities in a clean and orderly condition, and perform related work as required.

Salary:  Tier II: $15.38 p/hour and Tier III: $15.76 p/hour

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

TIER II COOK

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

The following duties are normal for this position.  These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive.  Other related duties may be assigned.

  • Assists with ordering, inventory, and storage of food and supplies;
  • Prepares food for meals and snacks;
  • Maintains food service and preparation facilities in a clean and sanitary condition;
  • Assists with record keeping assignments;
  • Picks up and delivers food to various Head Start sites.

Training and Experience:  Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain this knowledge and ability would be:

  • At least one (1) year of working experience (paid or volunteer) as a cook or experience working at SETA as a Temporary/On-Call Cook/Driver.
  • A current California Food Handlers Card, or ability to obtain one within 30 days of employment.

 

TIER III ADVANCED COOK-IN ADDITION TO ABOVE

 

Training and Experience:  Must meet the training and experience requirements of Tier II. Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain this knowledge and ability would be:

 

  • A current ServSafe Certification;
  • A minimum of one year of experience working as a cook.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of 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.  Additionally, must be at least the age of twenty–one (21) for insurance purposes.  Obtain any legally required food handling certifications.

HOW TO APPLY:  This is an OPEN examination. Open to the public, current employees, and employees eligible for transfer or voluntary demotion. A completed SETA application must be submitted using the online application, which can be found at https://laserfiche.seta.net/Forms/app

*Due to COVID-19, this position's recruitment may be virtual; specifically, exams and interviews will utilize electronic mediums such as video conferencing. 

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

POSTING DATE: Continuous Filing.

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

SETA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

Sacramento, CA 95815 2021-04-09 View
Personnel Analyst Sacramento Employment and Training Agency

We are looking for a Personnel Analyst to provide direct services to employees as well as the public and perform advanced personnel functions in the Human Resources Department.

Position Summary: This position performs technical and professional work in a variety of personnel programs areas, including, but not limited to, recruitment and selection, staff training, classification analysis, salary administration, and workers’ compensation and safety.  Incumbents may assist Senior Personnel Analysts on more complex personnel functions.  Incumbents may receive technical or functional direction and training from the Senior Personnel Analyst.

Minimum Qualifications:

Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain these knowledge and abilities would be:

       I.      Advanced education with major course work in public administration, business administration, personnel management, or related courses; and one-year experience that reflects extensive knowledge, skills, and abilities required for the position.  OR

      II.     Three years of experience that reflects extensive knowledge, skills, and abilities required for the position.

HOW TO APPLY:  A completed SETA application or transfer from must be submitted by the deadline date using the online application which can be found at https://laserfiche.seta.net/Forms/app.

WHO MAY APPLY: This is an OPEN examination. Open to the public and all current employees and employees eligible for transfer or voluntary demotion. 

*Due to COVID-19, the recruitment for this position may be a virtual recruitment, meaning exams, and interviews will utilize electronic mediums such as video conferencing, and/or online exam.

Upon job offer individuals will be required to complete a pre-employment health screening, TB test, and background check.

POSTING DATE:  Friday, April 9, 2021

FINAL FILING DATE:  Thursday, April 22, 2021 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 2021-04-09 View
Infant/Toddler Teacher The Unity Council

 

Title:                            Teacher II                                

 

Reports To:                  Site Director                

 

Department:                 Children & Family Services                  

 

Location:                      Oakland, CA or Concord, CA               

 

Schedule:                     Monday through Friday                      

 

Travel:                          Local, including fieldtrips, occasional home visits and required training sessions       

 

Salary:                          $17.97-$21.68

 

Employee Status:         Regular, Full-time, Non-Exempt          

 

Union:                          SEIU 1021                   

 

Supervises:                   N/A                 

 

Benefits:

 

Two weeks of paid vacation a year, sick time, 13 holidays, up to five floating holidays based on employee status, medical and dental benefits on the first of the month following 30 days of employment, life insurance policy at no cost to employee (with the option of increasing policy amount), flexible spending account for medical and dependent care costs, commuter benefits, 403(b) with employer match, and other benefits. We foster a joyful workplace and offer opportunities for professional development and growth.

 

 

 

Agency Summary

 

The Unity Council is a non-profit Social Equity Development Corporation with a 50-year history in the Fruitvale neighborhood of Oakland. Our mission is to promote social equity and improve quality of life by building vibrant communities where everyone can work, learn, and thrive.

 

 

 

Our programs aim to provide the community with the tools, knowledge, and resources to transform their lives and ultimately achieve their long-term educational, career, and financial goals. These holistic programs and services reach more than 8,000 individuals and families annually in five languages. Programs include: early childhood education, youth mentorship and leadership development, employment services, career readiness training, housing and financial stability, senior citizen services, affordable housing and neighborhood development, and arts and cultural events. Our work expands beyond the Fruitvale district and now reaches across Oakland and into Concord. The Unity Council employs a diverse workforce of more than 250 people who reflect the linguistic, cultural, and ethnic identity of the communities we serve.

 

 

 

Program Summary

 

The Children and Family Services programs include Head Start, Early Head Start, State Pre-Kindergarten, Home Based Services, and Developmental Play Groups. Over 900 children birth through kindergarten entry and 32 expectant parents and their families receive child development and comprehensive family services through the Unity Council. The programs are diverse, multilingual, developmentally appropriate, culturally responsive, and individualized for each child and family services are provided in four centers and two home based programs throughout Oakland and Monument Corridor neighborhood in Concord, CA.

 

 

 

Position Summary

 

Under the guidance of the Site Director, the Teacher II position provides quality primary care giving for infants or toddlers in a safe and supervised early care and education setting. Promotes the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of Early Head Start children enrolled in the program.

 

 

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Teaching which includes, curriculum development and daily lesson planning
  • Communicating with parents
  • Participating in parent activities
  • Attendance at regular staff meetings
  • Implementation of daily activities such as child-centered learning, planning indoor/outdoor activities, language extension
  • Ongoing assessment of children in assigned group
  • Supervision of an Aide (Assistant/Associate Teacher)
  • Perform additional duties as assigned by supervising Teacher III, Site Director and Management

 

 

 

Qualifications

 

  • AA Degree preferred, or a minimum of 24 units in Early Childhood Education from a regionally accredited institution and must be willing to earn 3 units per semester towards AA degree
  • 6 units in Infant Care
  • Children’s Development Permit
  • Minimum 2-3 years teaching experience working in a preschool setting
  • Ability to create and implement daily curriculum plans
  • Ability to work well harmoniously in a multi-cultural team
  • Ability to promote feeling of security and trust in infants and toddlers by being warm, supportive, and comforting
  • Caring, compassionate approach to working with children and families as well as maintaining an open, friendly and cooperative relationship with each child’s family
  • Bilingual Spanish/English or Asian Language/English preferred
  • Awareness of safe lifting techniques for lifting children, supplies and furnishings and commitment to using preventive health measures in the classroom to prevent the spread of disease

 

 

 

Physical Requirements

 

Must be able climb stairs, reach, bend, lift 20-30 pounds, crawl, kneel, stoop, twist, grasp with hands and fingers materials, use arms and legs, able to walk, climb ladders if applicable.

 

 

 

Pre-Employment Requirements

 

Physical exam, TB test, background/fingerprint clearance, measles, pertussis immunizations.

 

 

 

 

 

This description is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities or requirements for the position. This position may change or assume additional duties at any time.

 

 

 

 

 

Please email your cover letter and resume to jobs@unitycouncil.org. Use "Title of Position" in the subject line.

 

 

 

The Unity Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

 

Women, minorities, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

 

 

 

 

Oakland, CA 94601 2021-04-09 View
Cook California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.

Reports to: Site Supervisor/Coordinator

Supervises: Kitchen Volunteers

Salary Grade: CHSS 4/5

FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt

Location: Point Arena, CA

Position Summary:

Under the supervision and direction of the Site Supervisor/Coordinator, with oversight by the Health and Disabilities Coordinator, the Cook will provide support in the nutrition component of Head Start by cooking, cleaning, ordering supplies, and shopping for preparation of site meals. The Cook will complete and submit all required invoices, receipts, and reports related to nutrition and meal service. Incumbent follows detailed instructions and procedures in accomplishing assignments.

 

Essential Functions:

 1. Prepare breakfast and lunch for at least 20-50 children (3 to 5 years of age). 

 2. Provide bi-weekly nutrition education in classroom. 

 3. Submit groceries and kitchen supplies orders to the designated vendors.

  4. Maintain inventory of supplies.

  5. Complete menus, shopping lists, food budget daily meals and other forms/documents necessary for accounting requirements.

  6. Adhere to sanitation and safety requirements of the nutrition component.

  7. Attend training conferences/meetings with site staff and parents to keep abreast of current requirements.

  8. Encourage parental involvement into the nutrition program.

  9. Provide for safety of children.

  10. Implement cultural foods into menu planning.

  11. Prepare food and supplies for field trips. Attend all field trips to facilitate food distribution and assist staff.

  12. Maintenance of kitchen facilities/program.

  13. Perform other related duties as assigned by the Site Supervisor/Coordinator and/or Health and Disabilities Coordinator in conducting the day-to-day site activities and operations.

  14. Regular and predictable attendance.

  15. Assist in cleaning the classrooms when needed.

  16. Assist in supervising children during playtime when needed. 

 17. Other duties as assigned. 

Additional Responsibilities: 

 1. Maintain a valid, unrestricted California Driver’s license and ability to be insurable under CRIHB’s automobile insurance. If employee has a valid license from another state, he/she must obtain a CA license within 2 months of hiring date. 

 2. Position requires occasional overnight travel within CRIHB’s service area. 

 3. Requires ability to drive up to 7 hours a day. 

Qualifications: 

 1. High School Diploma or GED. 

 2. Any combination of training and/or experience which demonstrates a potential to perform the duties of the position, including experience in cooking for large groups of people and training in nutrition. 

 3. Able to demonstrate sound and mature judgment. 

 4. Knowledge of the Food Program Requirements. 

 5. Knowledge of early childhood nutritional needs. 

 6. Ability to judge food quality. 

 7. Knowledge of quantity buying and cooking. 

 8. Knowledge of different types/uses of kitchen utensils and equipment.

 9. Able to read and write clearly. 

 10. Knowledge of basic mathematics. 

 11. Ability and knowledge to work with 3-5-year-old children and meet Head Start Standards of Conduct and Confidentiality.

 12. Must have a Food Handlers Certification. 

 13. CRIHB Tribal Head Start requirements include current physical exam, tuberculosis test clearance, and criminal background fingerprint clearance. 

 

This position requires an awareness and keen appreciation of American Indian traditions, customs and socioeconomic needs and the ability at all times to meet and deal effectively in contacts with Indian organizations which requires tact, courtesy, discretion, resourcefulness, and good judgment in handling functions of a sensitive nature. Preference in hiring is given to qualified American Indians in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Sections 472 and 473). Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit Indian verification, certified by Tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.

 

 

Point Arena, CA 95468 2021-04-08 View
Teacher Aide California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.

Reports to: Teacher

Supervises: None

Salary Grade: CCHS 3 ($15.89)

FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt

Location: Point Arena, CA

Position Summary:

Under the general supervision of the Teacher, the Aide assists the classroom staff in the implementation of individualized goals and objectives set forth in the partnership with the Parent/Guardian and the Teaching staff for children identified in need of additional guidance within the classroom environment. The Aide will participate in regular communication with staff concerning children and ongoing communication with parents/guardians. The Aide will support classroom and playground supervision to ensure the safety of every child. The Aide will be a floater between the classrooms as assigned or needed.

Essential Functions:

1. Observes and records specific behavioral data as well as targeted goals and objectives as directed by the Teacher.

2. Routinely communicates observations and progress with program staff.

3. Adapts planned activities, materials, and equipment to facilitate participation by special needs children.

4. Helps promote communication, play, and socialization with classmates.

5. Performs required care-giving activities for children as necessary (i.e. feeding, toileting, dressing).

6. Implements behavior management techniques and monitors progress and effectiveness as directed by the Teacher.

7. Assists staff in implementing curriculum and individualized goals for the special needs children to promote growth and learning in all developmental areas.

8. Encourage parental involvement into the program and maintain ongoing communication with parents/guardians in a professional and respectful manner, with

9. Additional classroom duties as assigned by Teacher in conducting day-to-day site activities.

10. Other duties as assigned.

Additional Responsibilities:

1. Maintain a valid, unrestricted California Driver’s license and ability to be insurable under CRIHB’s automobile insurance. If employee has a valid license from another state, he/she must obtain a CA license within 2 months of hiring date.

2. Position requires occasional overnight travel within CRIHB’s service area.

3. Requires ability to drive up to 7 hours a day.

Qualifications:

1. One (1) year experience working with children ages 3-5.

2. Six (6) units in early childhood Education or Child Development preferred.

3. Desire to increase knowledge of normal child growth/development, parent-child relationships, and children with special needs.

4. Able to demonstrate sound and mature judgment.

5. Ability and knowledge to work with 3-5 year-old children and meet Head Start Standards of Conduct and Confidentiality.

6. Write logically, clearly, concisely, and effectively with good grammar.

7. Skills in working with a diverse group of parents/guardians.

8. Self-motivated, ability to work independently and with a team.

9. Current physical exam, negative tuberculosis test, Hep B series I, II, and III as required, CPR, First Aid certification, and criminal background fingerprint clearance, Megan’s Law and Trust line.

This position requires an awareness and keen appreciation of American Indian traditions, customs and socioeconomic needs and the ability at all times to meet and deal effectively in contacts with American Indian organizations which requires tact, courtesy, discretion, resourcefulness, and good judgment in handling functions of a sensitive nature.

Preference in hiring is given to qualified American Indians in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Sections 472 and 473). Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit Indian verification, certified by Tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.

Crescent City, CA 95531 2021-04-08 View
Bus Driver California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.

Reports to: Site Supervisor/Site Coordinator

Supervises: None

Salary Grade: CHSS 6/7

FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt

Located in Crescent City, CA

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the general supervision of the Site Supervisor/Coordinator, Bus Driver will provide support through classroom and playground supervision, and will pick up and deliver Head Start children to and from the Head Start program. The Bus Driver will also assist in providing a safe and sanitary environment for children, and work directly with the parents in planning and meeting the children’s needs. Incumbent follows safety rules and laws as well as establish internal procedures in accomplishing assignments.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Attend training conferences/meetings with site staff to keep abreast of current requirements.
  • Ensure that all passengers wear seat belts or are placed in appropriate (age or weight) car seats and belted in.
  • Ensure that any behavioral issues do not compromise the safety of any child on the bus.
  • Perform daily sign on & sign off sheets, accounting by name all children getting on and off the bus.
  • Ensure that each child is delivered to the care of a responsible adult upon leaving bus (on the authorized list).
  • Ensure that no child is ever left unattended while on the bus, following all procedures put in place to prevent a child being left behind.
  • Visually observe the health of each child on the bus.
  • Coordinate the paperwork flow between homes and Head Start sites.
  • Continuous collaboration with site staff, families and transportation manager to design efficient bus routes and mail/message deliveries.
  • Follow approved route to pick and deliver children.
  • Provides training to children and parents on bus safety, pedestrian safety, and transportation safety 3 times a year.
  • Warm up and inspect bus daily (i.e., check brakes, tires, mirrors, seats, emergency doors heaters, defrosters, lights, flashers, and emergency equipment).
  • Responsible for safe pickup and delivery of Head Start children to and from the Head Start program.
  • Schedule California Highway Patrol yearly inspections of the bus.
  • Attend yearly bus transportation trainings and workshops.
  • Monitor and supervise the children’s conduct while on the bus.
  • Assist with field trip transportation and supervision of children.
  • Help children board and exit the bus.
  • Clean interior and exterior of bus.
  • Report maintenance issues to Director for approval of services requested.
  • Contact families directly when bus service will be interrupted.
  • Maintain records and arrange for required tune-ups, preventive maintenance, and necessary repairs.
  • Fueling up the bus on a regular basis.
  • Additional classroom duties as assigned by teacher in conducting the day-to-day site activities.
  • Work with local school district for bus maintenance.
  • Pick up supplies as needed.
  • Assist with teaching assistant and playground duties as needed, and assist with classroom clean up.
  • Other duties as assigned.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Maintain a valid, unrestricted California Driver’s license and ability to be insurable under CRIHB’s automobile insurance. If employee has a valid license from another state, he/she must obtain a CA license within 2 months of hiring date.
  • Position requires occasional over night travel within CRIHB’s service area.
  • Requires ability to drive up to 7 hours a day.
  • CPR/First Aid Certification.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Working knowledge of the behaviors and developmental stages of pre-school children, typically gained by working one year or more in a school or preschool setting.
  • Knowledge of safety practices as they relate to pre-school children.
  • Good written and oral communications skills and basic math skills.
  • Ability to maintain schedules while meeting individual needs of children and families.
  • Valid Commercial Driver’s License and driving record free of any moving violations within the last three years.
  • School Bus Driver’s License desirable at time of hire, required for continued employment.
  • Pediatric CPR/First Aid certified at time of hire or achieve certification within 30 day from date of hire.
  • Employment conditional upon results of the following:  Fingerprint background check, DMV check, Drug Screen, Bus Driver Physical Examination and Physical Capacity Examination.
  • Physical capability, strength and coordination adequate to drive a 20 and up passenger bus.
  • Ability to visually assess the health and behaviors of children.
  • Intermediate level decisions needed to adhere to safety and scheduling considerations.
  • Occasional lifting of up to 50lbs, typically placing children into seats and ability to carry or drag a child in an emergency situation out of the bus to a safe area.
  • Frequent bending at neck, frequent bending at waist and knees and occasional squatting.
  • Occasional climbing to enter and exit bus.
  • Daily sitting, about 85% of driving time

This position requires an awareness and keen appreciation of American Indian traditions, customs and socioeconomic needs and the ability at all times to meet and deal effectively in contacts with Indian organizations which requires tact, courtesy, discretion, resourcefulness, and good judgment in handling functions of a sensitive nature.

Preference in hiring is given to qualified American Indians in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Sections 472 and 473). Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit Indian verification, certified by Tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.

Crescent City, CA 95531 2021-04-08 View
Cook California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.

Reports to: Site Supervisor/Coordinator

Supervises: Kitchen Volunteers

Salary Grade: CHSS 4/5

FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt

Location: Point Arena, CA

Position Summary:

Under the supervision and direction of the Site Supervisor/Coordinator, with oversight by the Health and Disabilities Coordinator, the Cook will provide support in the nutrition component of Head Start by cooking, cleaning, ordering supplies, and shopping for preparation of site meals. The Cook will complete and submit all required invoices, receipts, and reports related to nutrition and meal service. Incumbent follows detailed instructions and procedures in accomplishing assignments.

 

Essential Functions:

 1. Prepare breakfast and lunch for at least 20-50 children (3 to 5 years of age). 

 2. Provide bi-weekly nutrition education in classroom. 

 3. Submit groceries and kitchen supplies orders to the designated vendors.

  4. Maintain inventory of supplies.

  5. Complete menus, shopping lists, food budget daily meals and other forms/documents necessary for accounting requirements.

  6. Adhere to sanitation and safety requirements of the nutrition component.

  7. Attend training conferences/meetings with site staff and parents to keep abreast of current requirements.

  8. Encourage parental involvement into the nutrition program.

  9. Provide for safety of children.

  10. Implement cultural foods into menu planning.

  11. Prepare food and supplies for field trips. Attend all field trips to facilitate food distribution and assist staff.

  12. Maintenance of kitchen facilities/program.

  13. Perform other related duties as assigned by the Site Supervisor/Coordinator and/or Health and Disabilities Coordinator in conducting the day-to-day site activities and operations.

  14. Regular and predictable attendance.

  15. Assist in cleaning the classrooms when needed.

  16. Assist in supervising children during playtime when needed. 

 17. Other duties as assigned. 

Additional Responsibilities: 

 1. Maintain a valid, unrestricted California Driver’s license and ability to be insurable under CRIHB’s automobile insurance. If employee has a valid license from another state, he/she must obtain a CA license within 2 months of hiring date. 

 2. Position requires occasional overnight travel within CRIHB’s service area. 

 3. Requires ability to drive up to 7 hours a day. 

Qualifications: 

 1. High School Diploma or GED. 

 2. Any combination of training and/or experience which demonstrates a potential to perform the duties of the position, including experience in cooking for large groups of people and training in nutrition. 

 3. Able to demonstrate sound and mature judgment. 

 4. Knowledge of the Food Program Requirements. 

 5. Knowledge of early childhood nutritional needs. 

 6. Ability to judge food quality. 

 7. Knowledge of quantity buying and cooking. 

 8. Knowledge of different types/uses of kitchen utensils and equipment.

 9. Able to read and write clearly. 

 10. Knowledge of basic mathematics. 

 11. Ability and knowledge to work with 3-5-year-old children and meet Head Start Standards of Conduct and Confidentiality.

 12. Must have a Food Handlers Certification. 

 13. CRIHB Tribal Head Start requirements include current physical exam, tuberculosis test clearance, and criminal background fingerprint clearance. 

 

This position requires an awareness and keen appreciation of American Indian traditions, customs and socioeconomic needs and the ability at all times to meet and deal effectively in contacts with Indian organizations which requires tact, courtesy, discretion, resourcefulness, and good judgment in handling functions of a sensitive nature. Preference in hiring is given to qualified American Indians in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Sections 472 and 473). Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit Indian verification, certified by Tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.

 

 

Point Arena, CA 95468 2021-04-08 View
Teacher Assistant California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.

Reports to: Lead Teacher

Supervises: none

Salary Grade: CHSS 4/5

FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt

Position Summary:

Under the general supervision of the Teacher, the Teacher Assistant will provide support through classroom and playground supervision of children, preparation of materials for learning activities, participation and guidance in children’s learning activities, assistance in providing a safe and sanitary environment for children, regular communication with parents/guardians and maintenance of children and family records. Incumbent follows detailed instructions and procedures in accomplishing assignments.

Essential Functions:

  • Assist in planning and preparation of age-appropriate activities for preschool children.
  • Assist in daily health checks of children.
  • Assist in implementation of daily curriculum.
  • Assist in routine cleaning of classroom areas as needed.
  • Obtain supplies and arrange space for a variety of activities according to lesson plan.
  • Assist in classroom, field trips, lunch and playground supervision of children, to include assisting during fire and earthquake drills.
  • Provide for safety of children and performing required care-giving activities.
  • Keep records of participant attendance and complete in-kind paperwork daily.
  • Assist in upkeep of classroom materials and rotation of materials.
  • Encourage parental involvement into the program and maintain ongoing communication with parents in a professional and respectful manner, with confidentiality in mind.
  • Assist in discussing child’s developmental progress with parents during daily conversations and during home visits and parents conferences, as requested.
  • Attend training conferences/meetings with site staff and parents to keep abreast of current requirements.
  • Additional classroom duties as assigned by Teacher in conducting day-to-day site activities.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Maintain a valid, unrestricted California Driver’s license and ability to be insurable under CRIHB’s automobile insurance. If employee has a valid license from another state, he/she must obtain a CA license within 2 months of hiring date.
  • Position requires occasional over night travel within CRIHB’s service area.
  • Requires ability to drive up to 7 hours a day.

Qualifications:

  • One (1) year experience working with children ages 3-5.
  • Six (6) units in Early Childhood Education or Child Development preferred; OR
  • Must obtain at least 3 units in Early Childhood Education or Child Development for the semester immediately following initial employment and continue in the educational program each subsequent semester until six (6) ECE/CD units has been obtained.
  • Able to demonstrate sound and mature judgment.

This position requires an awareness and keen appreciation of American Indian traditions, customs and socioeconomic needs and the ability at all times to meet and deal effectively in contacts with Indian organizations which requires tact, courtesy, discretion, resourcefulness, and good judgment in handling functions of a sensitive nature.

Preference in hiring is given to qualified American Indians in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Sections 472 and 473). Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit Indian verification, certified by Tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.

Point Arena, CA 95468 2021-04-08 View
Teacher Aide California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.

Reports to: Teacher

Supervises: None

Salary Grade: CCHS 3 ($15.89)

FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt

Location: Point Arena, CA

Position Summary:

Under the general supervision of the Teacher, the Aide assists the classroom staff in the implementation of individualized goals and objectives set forth in the partnership with the Parent/Guardian and the Teaching staff for children identified in need of additional guidance within the classroom environment. The Aide will participate in regular communication with staff concerning children and ongoing communication with parents/guardians. The Aide will support classroom and playground supervision to ensure the safety of every child. The Aide will be a floater between the classrooms as assigned or needed.

Essential Functions:

1. Observes and records specific behavioral data as well as targeted goals and objectives as directed by the Teacher.

2. Routinely communicates observations and progress with program staff.

3. Adapts planned activities, materials, and equipment to facilitate participation by special needs children.

4. Helps promote communication, play, and socialization with classmates.

5. Performs required care-giving activities for children as necessary (i.e. feeding, toileting, dressing).

6. Implements behavior management techniques and monitors progress and effectiveness as directed by the Teacher.

7. Assists staff in implementing curriculum and individualized goals for the special needs children to promote growth and learning in all developmental areas.

8. Encourage parental involvement into the program and maintain ongoing communication with parents/guardians in a professional and respectful manner, with

9. Additional classroom duties as assigned by Teacher in conducting day-to-day site activities.

10. Other duties as assigned.

Additional Responsibilities:

1. Maintain a valid, unrestricted California Driver’s license and ability to be insurable under CRIHB’s automobile insurance. If employee has a valid license from another state, he/she must obtain a CA license within 2 months of hiring date.

2. Position requires occasional overnight travel within CRIHB’s service area.

3. Requires ability to drive up to 7 hours a day.

Qualifications:

1. One (1) year experience working with children ages 3-5.

2. Six (6) units in early childhood Education or Child Development preferred.

3. Desire to increase knowledge of normal child growth/development, parent-child relationships, and children with special needs.

4. Able to demonstrate sound and mature judgment.

5. Ability and knowledge to work with 3-5 year-old children and meet Head Start Standards of Conduct and Confidentiality.

6. Write logically, clearly, concisely, and effectively with good grammar.

7. Skills in working with a diverse group of parents/guardians.

8. Self-motivated, ability to work independently and with a team.

9. Current physical exam, negative tuberculosis test, Hep B series I, II, and III as required, CPR, First Aid certification, and criminal background fingerprint clearance, Megan’s Law and Trust line.

This position requires an awareness and keen appreciation of American Indian traditions, customs and socioeconomic needs and the ability at all times to meet and deal effectively in contacts with American Indian organizations which requires tact, courtesy, discretion, resourcefulness, and good judgment in handling functions of a sensitive nature.

Preference in hiring is given to qualified American Indians in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Sections 472 and 473). Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit Indian verification, certified by Tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.

Point Arena, CA 95468 2021-04-08 View
Bus Monitor California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.

Reports to: Site Supervisor/Coordinator and Bus Driver

Supervises: None

Salary Grade: CHSS 1

FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt

Position Summary:

Under the general supervision of the Bus Driver, the Bus Monitor position will emphasize school bus safety. The Bus Monitor is responsible with helping seat children and supervises behavior on the bus. The Bus Monitor will assist in providing safe and punctual transportation to and from classroom site. Observe and monitor behavior of children, interact with parents and staff to promote the well-being of children. This is not a permanent position and will be advertised yearly.

Essential Functions:

  • To instruct children and parents on school bus safety and rules.
  • Assist the Bus Driver with the seating of the children and to have seat belts buckled.
  • Monitor the children’s conduct while on the bus.
  • Assist with field trip supervision of the children.
  • Provide positive structure and safety on the school bus for all students.
  • Must be available to attend training workshops on behavior problems and positive discipline techniques.
  • Must maintain confidential information and use practices that protect confidentiality regarding the Head Start children and program matters.
  • Must be willing and available to attend and participate in pre-service and in-service activities.
  • Regular and predictable attendance.
  • Assist children in boarding and exiting the bus.
  • Assist driver in completion of daily sign on & off sheets, accounting by name all children getting on and off the bus.
  • Ensure that all children are secured in weight/height appropriate seatbelts or restraints and that while seated all adults use available seatbelts.
  • Visually observe the health of each child on the bus.
  • Ensure that any behavioral issues do not compromise the safety of any child on the bus or the ability of the bus driver to safely operate the vehicle.
  • Use age appropriate communication skills with children on bus.
  • Collaborate with the bus driver to ensure that each child is delivered to the care of a responsible adult (authorized list) upon leaving bus.
  • Ensure that the responsible adult (authorized list) signs for the child upon leaving the bus.
  • Ensure that no child is ever left unattended while on the bus, following all procedures put in place to prevent a child being left behind.
  • Assist the bus driver with any emergency situations following all rules and regulations as they pertain to school bus safety and child health.
  • Fill out accident/incident reports as appropriate.
  • Assist driver with keeping inside of vehicle picked up.
  • Responsible to do walkthrough of bus (looking for children and or items left behind) prior to being dropped off
  • Assist driver with evacuation drills.
  • Assist with paperwork flow between homes and sites.
  • Maintain positive communications with parents, drivers and site staff, relaying information to appropriate parties as needed.
  • Duties as assigned.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Maintain a valid, unrestricted California Driver’s license and ability to be insurable under CRIHB’s automobile insurance. If employee has a valid license from another state, he/she must obtain a CA license within 2 months of hiring date.
  • Position requires occasional over night travel within CRIHB’s service area.
  • Requires ability to drive up to 7 hours a day.

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Experience (typically one year) working with groups of pre-schoolers (ages 3-5); knowledge of age appropriate behaviors and safety practices a plus.
  • Knowledge of safety practices as they relate to pre-school children.
  • Good oral and written communication skills.
  • Current physical exam, tuberculosis test clearance, and criminal background fingerprint clearance.
  • Current CPR/First Aid Certification

This position requires an awareness and keen appreciation of American Indian traditions, customs and socioeconomic needs and the ability at all times to meet and deal effectively in contacts with Indian organizations which requires tact, courtesy, discretion, resourcefulness, and good judgment in handling functions of a sensitive nature.

Preference in hiring is given to qualified American Indians in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Sections 472 and 473). Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit Indian verification, certified by Tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.

Point Arena, CA 95468 2021-04-08 View
Bus Monitor California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.

Reports to: Site Supervisor/Coordinator and Bus Driver

Supervises: None

Salary Grade: CHSS 1

FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt

Position Summary:

Under the general supervision of the Bus Driver, the Bus Monitor position will emphasize school bus safety. The Bus Monitor is responsible with helping seat children and supervises behavior on the bus. The Bus Monitor will assist in providing safe and punctual transportation to and from classroom site. Observe and monitor behavior of children, interact with parents and staff to promote the well-being of children. This is not a permanent position and will be advertised yearly.

Essential Functions:

  • To instruct children and parents on school bus safety and rules.
  • Assist the Bus Driver with the seating of the children and to have seat belts buckled.
  • Monitor the children’s conduct while on the bus.
  • Assist with field trip supervision of the children.
  • Provide positive structure and safety on the school bus for all students.
  • Must be available to attend training workshops on behavior problems and positive discipline techniques.
  • Must maintain confidential information and use practices that protect confidentiality regarding the Head Start children and program matters.
  • Must be willing and available to attend and participate in pre-service and in-service activities.
  • Regular and predictable attendance.
  • Assist children in boarding and exiting the bus.
  • Assist driver in completion of daily sign on & off sheets, accounting by name all children getting on and off the bus.
  • Ensure that all children are secured in weight/height appropriate seatbelts or restraints and that while seated all adults use available seatbelts.
  • Visually observe the health of each child on the bus.
  • Ensure that any behavioral issues do not compromise the safety of any child on the bus or the ability of the bus driver to safely operate the vehicle.
  • Use age appropriate communication skills with children on bus.
  • Collaborate with the bus driver to ensure that each child is delivered to the care of a responsible adult (authorized list) upon leaving bus.
  • Ensure that the responsible adult (authorized list) signs for the child upon leaving the bus.
  • Ensure that no child is ever left unattended while on the bus, following all procedures put in place to prevent a child being left behind.
  • Assist the bus driver with any emergency situations following all rules and regulations as they pertain to school bus safety and child health.
  • Fill out accident/incident reports as appropriate.
  • Assist driver with keeping inside of vehicle picked up.
  • Responsible to do walkthrough of bus (looking for children and or items left behind) prior to being dropped off
  • Assist driver with evacuation drills.
  • Assist with paperwork flow between homes and sites.
  • Maintain positive communications with parents, drivers and site staff, relaying information to appropriate parties as needed.
  • Duties as assigned.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Maintain a valid, unrestricted California Driver’s license and ability to be insurable under CRIHB’s automobile insurance. If employee has a valid license from another state, he/she must obtain a CA license within 2 months of hiring date.
  • Position requires occasional over night travel within CRIHB’s service area.
  • Requires ability to drive up to 7 hours a day.

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Experience (typically one year) working with groups of pre-schoolers (ages 3-5); knowledge of age appropriate behaviors and safety practices a plus.
  • Knowledge of safety practices as they relate to pre-school children.
  • Good oral and written communication skills.
  • Current physical exam, tuberculosis test clearance, and criminal background fingerprint clearance.
  • Current CPR/First Aid Certification

This position requires an awareness and keen appreciation of American Indian traditions, customs and socioeconomic needs and the ability at all times to meet and deal effectively in contacts with Indian organizations which requires tact, courtesy, discretion, resourcefulness, and good judgment in handling functions of a sensitive nature.

Preference in hiring is given to qualified American Indians in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Sections 472 and 473). Applicants claiming Indian Preference must submit Indian verification, certified by Tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.

Crescent City, CA 95531 2021-04-08 View
INFANT TODDLER LEAD TEACHER (HOME AND CENTER BASED) 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: $20.55 per hour; $21.06 per hour with degree

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.

 

*Due to COVID-19, the recruitment for this position may be a virtual recruitment, meaning exams, and interviews will utilize electronic mediums such as video conferencing, and/or online exam.

 

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:  Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Final Filing Date: Tuesday, April 20, 2021 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 2021-04-07 View
ASSOCIATE TEACHER (TIER I, III, AND IV) AND ASSOCIATE TEACHER/INFANT TODDLER SACRAMENTO EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING AGENCY

We are looking to fill multiple Associate Teacher AND Associate Teacher/Infant Toddler positions.  These are specialized classifications for positions assigned to provide a variety of educational activities at a program sites for children from birth to 6 years of age 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:

ASSOCIATE TEACHER TIERS I, III, AND IV: Under general supervision, an Associate Teacher conducts school readiness and educational activities for children 18 months to 6 years old in a Head Start and/or California Department of Education child development program; to supervise and assist children with learning activities; to assist teachers with daily classroom activities; to work with parents; to provide direction to parent volunteers; and to do related work as required. 

Salary:  Tier I: $15 p/hour; Tier III: $16.50 p/ hour;  Tier IV: $18.15 per hour

ASSOCIATE TEACHER/INFANT TODDLER:  Under general supervision, to conduct activities for children birth to 3 years old in an Early Head Start Infant Toddler program; supervise and assist children with learning activities; work with parents; provide direction to parent volunteers and substitutes; and perform related work as required.

Salary: Starting at $16.50 per hour

Minimum Qualifications:

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR ASSOCIATE TEACHERS BY TIER 

TIER I: EDUCATION:  A minimum of six (6) college units in Early Childhood Education (ECE) and obtain a Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher as issued by the State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing with 24 months of hire date. 

EXPERIENCE:  Successful completion of the permit will qualify a Tier I/Substitute as a Tier III/Permitted Associate Teacher.  The time in the position will be dictated by the Individual Staff Development Plan (ISDP) as approved by the employee and the Supervisor.               

TIER III: EDUCATION:  Possession of a current Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher as issued by the State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, or, possession of a CDA, or possession of an Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or similarly applicable field of study.

EXPERIENCE:  A minimum of one (1) year of successful work experience as a teacher or a teacher assistant in a child development program in an educational or recreational setting.

TIER IV: Degreed

Must meet the training and experience requirements of Tier III and possession of an Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or similarly applicable field of study.  If degree is not in ECE or similarly applicable field of study, a CDA or permit at the Associate Teacher level or higher is required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR ASSOCIATE TEACHER/INFANT 

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 of six (6) units infant/toddler development coursework.  OR

An Associate, Bachelor’s or advanced degree in early childhood education and three (3) units of infant/toddler development coursework.  OR

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 six (6) units of infant/toddler development coursework.  OR

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 six (6) units of infant/toddler development coursework.

Experience:

At least one (1) year of successful work experience as a Teacher Assistant.

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.

WHO MAY APPLY: This is an OPEN examination. Open to the public and all current employees and employees eligible for transfer or voluntary demotion. 

*Due to COVID-19, the recruitment for this position may be a virtual recruitment, meaning exams, and interviews will utilize electronic mediums such as video conferencing, and/or online exam.

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). 

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

POSTING DATE:  Continuous Filing.  Applications will be reviewed and candidates screened on an ongoing basis. 

 

 

SACRAMENTO, CA 95815 2021-04-07 View
Associate Teacher I-II HS IT North Coast Opportunities Inc/HSCDP Program

Associate Teacher I-II HS IT (Bilingual Preferred, but not required) 40 hours per week.

Apply Soon – Open until filled

For full job description details & required employment application form go to

https://www.ncoinc.org/about-us/jobs/ or call (707)467-3200 ext 302 or ext 331.

GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Assists Lead Teacher in planning and implementing the Head Start (HS) curriculum. Responsible for education and care of assigned children and communication with their families.

Associate Teacher I 

  1. Must have completed a minimum of 15 Early Childhood Education/Child Development (ECE/CDV) units, including 12 core and 6* Infant/Toddler (I/T) units. (Core courses include child/human growth & development; child/family/community or child and family relations; and programs/curriculum) 

  1. Must hold and maintain current a California Department of Education Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher or hold and maintain current a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential. 

  1. A minimum of six months early childhood classroom experience required. I/T classroom experience preferred. 

Associate Teacher II 

  1. Must have completed 24 ECE/CDV units, including 12 core and 6I/T units. 

  1. Must hold and maintain current a California Department of Education Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher or hold and maintain current a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential. 

  1. A minimum of six months early childhood classroom experience required. Infant/Toddler classroom experience preferred. 

*Up to 3 of the required IT units may be deferred for no more than 24 months from the date of hire when employee signs a training plan agreement that includes completion of the missing un

 

Willits, AL 95490 2021-04-06 View
Head Start Coordinator-Health Neighborhood House Association

Location: 
NHA, 5660 Copley Drive, San Diego, CA 92111

Under the supervision of the Senior Associate Vice President-CSQI, develops policies and procedures which align with program compliance with federal and state regulations and performance standards; interfaces with community health providers to advocate for access and comprehensive services; provides training and technical assistance on health services and standards for Early Head Start/Head Start program; provides consultation for children with special medical needs and develops Individualized Health Plans; assists with program performance monitoring and evaluation; serves as staff liaison to the Health Services Advisory Committee; and performs related work as required.

The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this position.

  • Provides consultation for children with special medical needs and develops Individualized Health Plans;

  • Supervises the work of designated staff;

  • Serves as a team member on a multidisciplinary team;

  • Organizes and staffs the Health Services Advisory Committee;

  • Develops standard operating policies and procedures for the health program;

  • Develops training in health issues of young children, preventive health methods, and availability of community services;

  • Conducts training workshops for program staff and parents;

  • Ensures the implementation of regulations regarding health examinations and screenings;

  • Provides assistance with follow-up for identified health issues;

  • Ensures proper maintenance of health records;

  • Coordinates health programs with community providers;

  • Monitors grantee-operated programs, subcontractors and delegate agencies for compliance with health standards;

  • Conducts data analysis and develops data-based program recommendations.

 

Knowledge of:

Understanding of principles and practices of administration, management, supervision, adult learning and training;
Child health and development for children ages 0-5 years and prenatal health and development (for SPW);
Support of Health and Safety Practices and Monitoring;
Public Health principles and practices; Maternal health; Disabilities and developmental issues; Characteristics of communicable disease control;
Support Nutrition Coordinator;
Challenges and needs of low income families; and Various community socioeconomics and sociocultural populations of service areas.

Ability to:
Work collaboratively with the local public health community to develop and implement health policies and procedures that maintain best practices and ensure effective service delivery to children and families;
Ensure program compliance with federal and state regulations and performance standards;
Provide consultation to individual families and develop Individualized Health Plans;
Plan, organize, supervise and evaluate the work of others;
Provide training for parents and Early Head Start/Head Start staff in the area of public health;
Promote parent engagement with Early Head Start/Head Start health programs;
Work effectively with low income families and show sensitivity to service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics;
Work with parents, Policy Council or committee representatives and other community agencies;
Present an outstanding professional demeanor while on the job and in the community;
Speak and write clearly and professionally in English and effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, community members and regulatory agency, community groups, families, staff and the general public;
Maintain records, prepare reports, and navigate electronic data tracking system to analyze data and perform data entry of service delivery;
Deal tactfully and courteously with persons seeking information and expressing concerns about program policies and functions;
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships;
Communicate effectively with staff, managers, clients/participants, and diverse clientele outside of the department and organization; 
Skillfully establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of management, employees, and others encountered in the course of work;
Be well organized and is able to plan, prepare, and execute accordingly;
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; 
Demonstrate experience working with culturally and ethnically diverse, low income or no income clients and unique populations.

 

Qualifications

 

Possession of a valid license or credential as a Registered Nurse or Public Health Nurse issued by the State of California or a master's degree in Public Health and/or closely related field; minimum of five years of increasingly responsible and related work experience in community health, coordinating community and public health services, preferably dealing with the health issues of young children, pregnant women and their families; minimum of two years supervisory experience.


Licenses, Certifications & Special Requirements:
A good driving record of at least two (2) years duration, as evidenced by freedom from multiple or serious traffic violations or accidents is required; certification in Pediatric First Aide/ CPR must be met within 90 days of employment. Must meet and maintain state law and county licensing requirements regarding employment in a childcare center (fingerprints, TB, physical, and immunizations).

 

 

 

San Diego, CA 92111 2021-04-06 View
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