Job Title Agency Job Description Job Location Posted on Actions
PSD Teacher III - 12 month (Contract) San Bernardino County - Preschool Services Department

The Preschool Services Department (PSD) is recruiting for PSD Teachers III who monitor program compliance using various tools, including a case management system, to assist in maintaining agency records and ensuring compliance with classroom ratios; and tracking, reporting, and providing follow-up on behavioral referrals. Teachers III also develop and facilitate workshops and training for staff and parents and identify the needs of enrolled children and their families or those seeking to participate in the Head Start program. They provide and develop curriculum/lesson plans and home-to-school activities for children at a Head Start/State preschool site. This position may also serve as an education specialist (mentor/coach), who work with teaching staff on strategies for working with children, including those with special needs. Other assignments may include supervision of a small preschool site and providing temporary coverage in a classroom or home-based setting.

The eligible list established from this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies as they occur throughout the County. 

 

For more detailed information, refer to the PSD Teacher III job description.

 

These are contract positions to work approximately 12 months per year. 
 

EXCELLENT BENEFITS  AND RETIREMENT PACKAGE! 

Click here to view the Preschool Services Department Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).  Refer to the PSD 12 Month Contract Benefits Summary for more information on the benefits package this employment opportunity has to offer.
 

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

1) Must be able to lift and carry a small child (up to 50 lbs) as needed/in the event of an emergency.  Other physical demands include: sitting, walking, standing, bending, squatting, climbing, kneeling, crawling, twisting, grasping, fine manipulation, pushing/pulling, reaching, stooping, using smell and touch, working outside and vision and hearing.
2) Must pass a pre-employment physical including a tuberculosis test and required immunizations (SB792).
3) Must obtain a valid San Bernardino County Food Handler's card and qualifying First Aid/CPR cards within two (2) weeks of hire and maintain throughout employment.
4) Travel throughout the County may be required. A valid California Class C driver license and proof of automobile liability insurance may be required at the time of hire for the person providing the transportation.
5) Employees may be assigned to work at any Head Start service area. Employee preference of geographic location will be taken into consideration, whenever possible, depending upon staffing needs.
 

BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION

Job offers are contingent upon passing a background investigation which includes a fingerprint check and search of the Child Abuse Index before appointment. If an individual has been convicted of a crime other than a minor traffic violation, the individual cannot work or be present in any community care facility unless they request and subsequently obtain a criminal record exemption from the Community Care Licensing Division, Caregiver Background Check Bureau (CBCB). With the exception of minor traffic violations, all convictions, including misdemeanors, felonies and convictions occurring a long time ago, require an exemption.  CBCB also examines arrest records to determine if there is a possible danger to clients. Crimes against children and convictions of a violent nature, such as sex offenses, murder, manslaughter, arson and robbery are crimes for which an exemption cannot be issued.  (Health & Safety Code section 1596.871)

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Education: A completed/awarded Bachelor's degree in early childhood education, child development, human services, or other closely related field. (Transcripts and degree must be attached.)

Permit: Possess a valid/active CA Child Development Site Supervisor Permit (or higher level permit) issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). For information on permit requirements, click here(Permit must be attached.)
 
Computer Experience: Must be computer literate and possess at least six (6) months of experience utilizing Microsoft Office applications on a regular basis(This experience must be clearly described on the Application/Supplemental Questionnaire.)

Note: Qualifying degrees or coursework must be completed at a college or university accredited by any accrediting association recognized by the United States Department of Education. Degrees or coursework completed outside the U.S. must be accompanied with an evaluation report from a reputable credential evaluation service showing equivalency to degrees or coursework completed at a college or university accredited by any accrediting association recognized by the United States Department of Education.
 
REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION: A copy of permit, legible transcripts (unofficial are acceptable), AND degree must be attached to your application or submitted via fax to (909) 387-5819 or email to employment@hr.sbcounty.gov Subject: PSD Teacher III. Failure to provide the requested documents by the filing deadline may result in disqualification of the application.

 

Throughout San Bernardino County, California, CA 92415 2021-06-11 View
Home Visitor (Head Start) Sacramento Employment and Training Agency

We are looking for a Home Visitor to provide support to children and their families through home based program services.

Position Summary: Under general supervision, the Home Visitor is responsible for the planning, preparation and execution of individualized home based programs for a specified number of children and their families.

Minimum Qualifications:

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:

            I.     At least one (1) year of successful work experience in a preschool classroom, preferably in a Head Start program and/or a social services background;

AND

Education:

            I.     Twelve (12) units in Early Childhood Education (ECE); 

OR

           II.     Six (6) units in ECE completed and enrolled for at least three (3) units per semester until twelve (12) units have been completed.

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

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, motor vehicle record check (MVR), and background check, and provide copies of immunization records for MMR, TDAP and flu (or flu waiver).

POSTING DATE:  Friday, June 11, 2021

FINAL FILING DATE:  Thursday, June 24, 2021 by 5 p.m.

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 2021-06-11 View
FAMILY SERVICES WORKER -- RANGE 2 Sacramento Employment and Training Agency

We are looking for a Family Services Worker – Range II to provide support at a Head Start site. 

Position Summary: Under general supervision, the FSW class is responsible to maintain full enrollment at the site level and to ensure enrollments follow applicable selection criteria and enrollment procedures put in place by the Head Start and State funded programs operated by the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency. In addition, the FSW class is responsible to provide services to families.

Starting Salary: $17.36/hour

Minimum Qualifications:
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:
I. Previous experience in working with community groups on a paid or volunteer basis is highly desirable. Some selection preference may be given to current or past Head Start parents;

AND
II. At least one (1) year similar work experience in the following: Responsible for carrying a caseload of 40-60 Head Start/EHS families. Responsible for data entering all fields for health events in child tracking/reporting system; maintaining state required documentation including enrollment applications, work/school verification, and completing and updating Notices of Action (NOA’s) on a routine basis; serve as an Agency representative for recruitment fairs and events that take place within the community; workshop facilitation; knowledge of funding terms and conditions for State funded programs;

AND
III. An Associate’s Degree in social work, human services, family services, counseling or a related field.
OR
A Family Development Credential.
OR
The ability to earn one of the above within 18 months of hire.

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

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

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

 

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

 

Posting Date: Thursday, June 10, 2021

Final Filing Date:  Wednesday, June 23, 2021 by 5 p.m.

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

SETA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Sacramento, CA 95815 2021-06-10 View
Family Services Worker -- Range III Sacramento Employment and Training Agency

We are looking for a Family Services Worker – Range III to provide support at a Head Start site.

Position Summary: Under general supervision, the FSW class is responsible to maintain full enrollment at the site level and to ensure enrollments follow applicable selection criteria and enrollment procedures put in place by the Head Start and State funded programs operated by the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency.  In addition, the FSW class is responsible to provide services to families.

Minimum Qualifications:

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:

       I.     At least two (2) years’ experience in carrying a caseload of up to 80 Head Start/EHS families.  Ability to coordinate projects, services and activities and follow them through to conclusion; data enter enrollment applications into child tracking software databases accurately and within timelines dictated by the manager or the designee; representing Head Start in the coordination of services with a variety of community partners; providing training and technical assistance to staff including developing mentor relationships, training plans with staff and developing follow up plans and a way to monitor those plans; monitoring files using a predetermined tool, indicate areas of noncompliance, develop plans of correction, and complete with accuracy, plans of correction. 

AND

      II.     An Associate’s Degree in social work, human services, family services, counseling or a related field.

OR

A Family Development Credential.

OR

The ability to earn one of the above within 18 months of hire.

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

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

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

Salary: $18.30/hour or $18.76 with degree or Family Development Credential

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

Posting Date:  Thursday, June 10, 2021

Final Filing Date: Wednesday, June 23, 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 2021-06-10 View
STAFF SUPPORT OFFICER Sacramento Employment and Training Agency

SETA is looking for a talented, high-level administrative professional who must have strong written and verbal communication skills and the ability to multi-task, organize, manage time, and prioritize workflow in support of Agency functions.

Position Summary:   As a vital staff member, the Staff Support Officer is responsible to a Deputy Director or Department Chief or designee.  Under general direction, this position supervises and coordinates a variety of office and program administrative assistance assignments.  This individual will plan and organize work procedures in assigned areas and monitor results, performs the most difficult office support, administrative detail and secretarial assignments, answers public and staff contacts and concerns, and performs related work as required.  Below is a list of some of the responsibilities: 

  1. Plans, organizes, supervises, and coordinates various office functions;
  2. Trains, supervises, and provides guidance to other office staff;
  3. Evaluates the work of the office staff, makes recommendations on the modification of office procedures and policies;
  4. Compiles technical information and prepares program and/or financial reports;
  5. Types letters, documents, reports, budget, leases, and a variety of other information; originates and maintains a variety of files and records;
  6. Receives and processes forms and reports; orders, stores, and issues office supplies and other program materials and services;
  7. Performs a variety of administrative duties;
  8. Retrieves and compiles requested information;
  9. Coordinates changes to Agency telephone equipment;
  10. Coordinates moves, prepares correspondence;
  11. Receives office visitors and telephone calls, providing a variety of information about program functions and activities;
  12. Responds to complaints;
  13. Operates office equipment.

Minimum Qualifications: 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 abilities would be:

  1. Increasingly responsible office assistance and administrative assistance work experience and/or education or training, preferably including a lead or supervisory role comparable to a Typist Clerk III with the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency or a similar occupation/classification

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.

POSTING DATE: Thursday, June 10, 2021

FINAL FILING DATE:  Wednesday, June 23, 2021 by 5 p.m. PST

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

SETA will not accept applications electronically submitted after the 5 p.m. deadline. Copies of all degrees, permits, and credentials must be attached to the application.

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

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

Benefits:

Medical Benefits (6 plans to choose from)

Dental Benefits

Life Insurance

Vision Insurance

Health Savings Account (HSA)

Tuition Reimbursement: up to $1500 annually

Access to the Public Employee Student Loan Forgiveness Program

Paid Jury Duty

Pension (mandatory contribution required)

Retirement Health Savings Account and 401A plan

Paid Holidays

Paid Vacation

Paid Sick Leave

Paid Personal Leave

Regional Transit Monthly Pass Reimbursement

 

Sacramento, CA 95815 2021-06-10 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, 6/25/2021.  Send to Gina Wood, 424 N Mill Creek Rd, Quincy, CA  95971.  EOE

Susanville, CA 96130 2021-06-09 View
Call for Bids/Proposals - Behavior Intervention Consultant Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc.

Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc. operates a Head Start and Early Head Start program, serving children 0-5 years of age. We are currently accepting bids for a Behavior Consultant to support the disabilities and mental health services offered to children and families. Services would be provided from July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022. Part-time weekly hours to be negotiated.

 

Direct Service to be Provided

Behavior Intervention consultant(s) to work with Plaza Head Start administrative and teaching staff to implement a system of behavior modification practice that is: 

  • Child focus and family centered
  • Culturally responsive
  • Community based
  • Comprehensive, coordinated and integrated
  • Committed to continuous improvement of the child’s development
  • Promoting healthy child development
  • Improving the quality of life for Head Start families
  • Promoting a healthy workplace for Head Start staff 

 

Behavior Intervention Services for Head Start/Early Head Start Children and Families

Behavior Intervention Consultant(s) activities will include 1) building collaborative relationships among parents, staff and children 2) enhancing awareness and understanding of social-emotional wellness 3) demonstrating methods to work with children exhibiting challenging behaviors 4) soliciting information from parents regarding their observations and concerns, 5) providing anticipatory guidance regarding children's development.

When necessary and appropriate, families may be referred to Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services for comprehensive assessment services, which can include comprehensive developmental evaluations in addition to a complete mental health assessment of family concerns, relationships and resources and the environmental stressors contributing to family and child difficulties.

Must have knowledge of relationship-based practices, analyzing behaviors, supporting sensory-based challenges in the classroom and providing community-based resources. also skilled in problem-solving issues around inclusion and challenging behavior,

Behavior Intervention Service for Staff

Behavior Intervention Consultant(s) will 1) meet with staff/Mental Health Interns as necessary regarding children identified with mental health/behavior challenges for possible referral to community agencies and/or for additional evaluations 2) observe the child in the classroom, interview the parents and teaching staff to make an overall assessment prior to making a community referral.

 Behavior Intervention Consultant(s) will provide staff development, training and technical

assistance for Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services. These services must be provided by qualified and experienced staff, and will include:                              

  1. Individual, classroom, and group staff development activates that enhance
    skills in 1) providing high quality early care and education services 2)
    complying with the Head Start performance standards and clinical best
    practices.
  2. Training and mentoring activities that support staff growth in the areas of:
    1) challenging behaviors in young children 2) child development 3) stages of parenting, 4) attachment, 5) normal vs. abnormal behavior, and 6) collaboration and teamwork.
  3. Consultation and individualized coaching to support implementation of
    early care and education best practices within classroom settings.
  4. Assisting staff in center and home based programs by promoting pro-social skills. This will be accomplished through 1) modeling proactive behavior management strategies. 2)  Written reports provided to the teaching staff & managers with ideas, techniques, & activities to promote healthy behaviors in the classrooms.  3) Building the capacity of the programs and teachers to respond effectively to children with special needs and challenging behaviors.

 

Coordinate directly with Head Start Mental Health and Disabilities staff

Behavior Consultant(s) will maintain ongoing communication with all Content Area Managers/Coordinators to create a program environment that encourages parental interest and involvement in all aspects of mental health activities. Opportunities will be
provided for parents and program staff to identify and discuss issues related to child’s
behavior through individual meetings with staff, parent center meetings, parent
discussion groups and trainings, and parent input in planning and implementing appropriate interventions strategies for their children. Confidentiality must be maintained and respected at all times.

Behavior Intervention consultant(s) will work with the Disabilities and Mental Health Managers to design and implement program practices, which are responsive to behavioral and mental health concerns of each child and family. As part of this effort, the Behavior Intervention Consultant(s) will provide group and individual education and training on identified behavior challenge issues.

Work with Multidisciplinary team

Behavior Intervention Consultant(s) will provide observation, assessment intervention to
children. Services may include: 

  • Observation, teacher interview, preliminary guidance
  • Interview with parent
  • Multidisciplinary meeting
  • Feedback to parent and teachers with strategies to handle challenging behaviors
  • Case follow-up 

Ensure timely completion of activities and reports in compliance with LACOE and Plaza’s Disabilities and Mental Health policies and procedures.                                                                                 

Ongoing services will be provided by qualified and experienced staff that will:                                                                                                           

  • review and maintain tracking logs on services,
  • observe/screen and review files for children who have been referred,
  • participate in case conferences and multidisciplinary meetings; and
  • arrange for transition IEPs/IFSPs as necessary, 

Submit a professional invoice that will summarize the work done by date, description of services, number of hours, location of services, and amount by the end of each month.

City of Industry, CA 91746 2021-06-09 View
Resource Teacher Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc.

SUMMARY OF DUTIES

The Resource Teacher receives general supervision from the Site Supervisor. Assists classroom teaching staff in providing a safe, high quality-responsive, nurturing care to infant and toddlers that is respectful of the child’s development. Provides assistance with implementing individualized learning experiences and evidence-based best practices to support children’s growth in educational, social, emotional, physical and cognitive competencies that support school readiness goals. Assist in completing basic records and shares information with teachers regarding children’s progress. Establishes and maintains positive and productive partnerships with families based on mutual trust and respect. Complies with Head Start Performance Standards, Community Care Licensing, State and Agency’s policies and procedures.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

A.  Education

Associate’s degree in early childhood education, child development, Psychology, Social Science, or related field; must possess a California Child Development Center Permit or Child Development Teacher Permit. In addition, Resource Teachers must have six 6 semester units in early childhood development with a focus on infant and toddler development. If at the time of employment, candidate only has three (3) of the six (6) infant and toddler units, the remaining three (3) units are to be completed within the first year of employment as it will be indicated in an educational plan upon employment.

B.  Experience

Two (2) years of experience as paid staff/volunteer in a classroom setting serving children under 5 years old is required.

 C.  Physical Demands

The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met, or are encountered, by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to sit and climb or balance. The employee may frequently lift and/or move a minimum of 25 pounds up to 45 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

D.  Medical Examination

Prior to first day of employment, employees must submit an initial health screening, tuberculin (TB) skin test or chest x-ray clearance, immunization records for measles, pertussis (whooping cough) and  influenza. 

E.  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 the Child Abuse Index, Megan’s Law and System for Award Management prior to starting work. 

F.  Other Special Requirement

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

 *Failure to meet medical standards and/or criminal record clearance may result in withdrawal of contingent offer of employment. 

 

BENEFIT PLANS

Plaza offers eligible employees the opportunity to select plans and programs that meet individual and family needs through our comprehensive benefit plans listed below: 

Health Care: Medical (Kaiser only), Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, and Flexible Spending Account

Financial: 401(k) Plan and Direct Deposit

Paid Time Off: Vacation, Holidays, Sick Leave, Personal Leave, Jury Duty

Work/Life Solutions: Life Assistant Program

 

TEMPORARY APPLICATION PROCESS

Agency’s website is currently under construction and as such, Plaza’s online employment application is not accessible. Therefore, interested applicants must forward the required documentation listed below to Careers@pdlr.org:

1)     Cover Letter; 2) Resume; and 3) Transcripts reflecting degree major and conferred date.

If applicant meets minimum requirements for the position, an employment application will be sent to the email address listed on the resume received.

 *Only complete application packets will be considered for the screening and selection process.

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

In addition to fully meeting its obligations for nondiscrimination under federal and state law, Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services is committed to creating a community in which a diverse population can learn, live, and work in an atmosphere of tolerance, civility, and respect for the rights and sensibilities of each individual, without regard to economic status, ethnic background, veteran status, political views, or other personal characteristics or beliefs.

City of Industry, CA 91746 2021-06-09 View
Site Supervisor/Center Director Alameda Family Services

Job Summary: 

Under the supervision of the Child Development Services (CDS) Manager, Site Supervisor and Center Directors are responsible overseeing the daily operations of a high-quality classroom and child development program.  Site Supervisor/Center Directors will ensure active Parent, Family and Community Engagement (PFCE) and coordinate on-site services provided by specialist, consultants, health care provides, early child care professionals and coaches.  In smaller centers, with a staff of no more than ten staff members, Site Supervisors may also be required to provide child development services in a classroom setting.   Center Directors will be employed to oversee larger and/or multiple smaller sites. Site Supervisor/Center Directors will supervise and provide direction to teachers and other site-based direct services staff that supports a coordinated approach to service delivery that ensures the health and safety of staff, children and families in accordance with the Head Start Program Performance Standards (HSPPS), State of California Department of Education (CDE), Community Care Licensing (CCL), Child-Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), HIPPA and other related regulations. 

 

General Responsibilities

  1. Oversee the daily functions of childcare center(s) and provide direction and supervision of staff that supports high-quality child development services and ensures healthy and safe learning environments. 
  2. Supervise and provide direction to Teachers, Assistant Teachers, Teacher Aides, Interns, and coordinate on-site services provided by Early Childcare Specialists, Family Childcare Advocates, and Family Advocates.
  3. Implement ongoing monitoring practices that support positive teacher-child interactions across all domains of early child development and ensure curriculum fidelity.
  4. Ensure that classroom and child development activities are in keeping with the program’s curriculum and philosophy (Creative Curriculum, Anti-Bias Curriculum and Developmentally Appropriate Practices,) and reflect and respect the individual development and diversity of the program’s children, families and staff. 
  1. Ensure that classrooms are safe, nurturing, welcoming for all children and parents in the program, including children with disabilities and special needs.
  2. Utilize, monitor and support active supervision strategies to ensure that no child in our care is left unsupervised and maintain safe classrooms and playgrounds in compliance with federal, state and local health and safety regulations.
  3. Ensure high-quality food services and accurate recording and reporting of children’s participation in meals.
  4. Ensure timely completion of required paperwork, including curriculum development; screenings, assessments and referrals; goals and progress notes; children’s files; database and tracking reports; home visits and parent meetings and conferences; in-kind documentation; time sheets and equipment and supply inventories.
  5. Conduct classroom observations, facilitate referrals and assist in coordinating support services provided by interns, consultants, and specialists working with the agency, program and/or individual child.
  6. Support on-site Parent, Family and Community Engagement including hosting Parent Committee meetings and working with the PFCE Coordinator and Policy Council Representatives.
  7. Monitor and ensure completion of all required paperwork in a timely manner, including lesson plans, initial screenings, notes, ongoing assessments, referrals, individualized education plans, and school readiness goals.
  8. Work with, contribute to, and serve as a member of a multi-disciplinary team by encouraging and facilitating problem solving strategies; accepting supervision, and working closely with direct service staff, program management, agency administration, community partners, parents, coaches & consultants to ensure high-quality services and implementation of best practices
  9. Assist in ensuring compliance with emergency health and safety policies, procedures and protocols (including but not limited to COVID-19 response services).

 

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

  • Minimum of five years of experience working in a childcare setting required.
  • Head Start/Early Head Start or experience in early childcare setting preferred.
  • California Department of Education (CDE)
  • AA Degree in Early Childhood/Human Development or related filed required.
  • Site Supervisor or Program Director Child Development Permit required.
  • Experience conducting Early Childhood initial screenings and ongoing assessments required.
  • Experience using ECERS, ITERS, and/or PITC rating tools required.
  • Experience using the Desired Results Developmental Profile (DRDP) required.
  • Knowledge of CLASS required, certification preferred.
  • Knowledge and use of ChildPlus and Learning Genie data systems preferred.
  • Ability and desire to work as part of a team in a culturally diverse environment.
  • Positive, professional and courteous work demeanor.
  • Second language skills are desirable.
  • Must be at least 18 years of age.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Compensation & Benefits

Classification:

Non-Exempt : Hourly

Hours:

40 Weekly including a paid ½ hour lunch

Paid Holidays:

Up to 11+ Days/Year depending on schedule and FTE

Vacation Accrual Rate:      

9.23% (Approximately 24 days per year for full-time position.)

Sick Leave Accrual Rate:  

4.62% (Approximately 12 days per year for full-time position.)

Health Benefits:

Medical & Dental Insurance Coverage

Professional Development:

Training & Professional Growth & Development opportunities.

Optional Savings Plans:

Section 125 and 401k Retirement

Starting Range:

$22.03 - $26.45 (Depending on position, degree and years of experience)

 

 

Equal Opportunity Employment

Alameda Family Services does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.

 

Alameda, CA 94501 2021-06-08 View
Infant/Toddler Teacher Alameda Family Services

JOB DUTIES

Classroom Teacher

  1. As a co-teacher, the Preschool Teacher will ensure the safety of children and provide developmentally activities that are in keeping with the program’s curriculum and philosophy (Creative Curriculum, Anti-Bias Curriculum and Developmentally Appropriate Practices, PITC and CSEFEL) in alignment with the established Child Outcomes Framework.
  2. Respect each child’s individual development and the diversity of children, families and staff.
  3. Act in equal partnership with co-teacher(s) in planning and conducting child development activities, supervising meal service, and in assisting children especially during transitions.
  4. Ensure children’s health and safety and provide constant monitoring and attentive supervision.

 

  1. Provide support to children including but not limited to providing individualized care, managing challenging behaviors, toileting, diapering, nap coverage and administration of first aide as appropriate to training.
  2. Complete all required paperwork in a timely manner, including lesson plans, observations,  initial screenings, ongoing assessments, referrals, individualized education plans, and individual school readiness goals.
  3. Create child portfolios by recording observations, collecting samples and entering supporting documents and case notes in established data systems such as but not limited to ChildPlus, DRDP Tech, Learning Genie, etc.
  4. Contact parent when a child’s behavior is unsafe to self or others.  Notify Site Supervisor of call and action steps implemented.
  5. Work with local agencies to coordinate appropriate services to children, including children with disabilities and special needs.
  6. Conduct and record monthly emergency and evacuation drills
  7. Conduct Home Visits and Parent Teacher Conferences.

 

Parent Engagement

  1. Welcome parents and children to the site and work in partnership to support child transitions.
  2. Explain and clarify regulations, policies, procedures, and promote established goals and objectives.
  3. Promote the importance of consistent attendance and support parents in developing attendance goals and improvement plans.
  4. Share information regarding child outcomes and progress made in achieving developmental milestones and benchmarks with parent(s) during home visits and parent-teacher conferences.
  5. Actively engage parents in their child’s school readiness by sharing information about the child’s progress, answering questions and working with parents in resolving issues in a positive manner.
  6. Involve parents, as appropriate, in all aspects of developing, implementing and evaluating the classroom and child development activities.
  7. Assist parents and community volunteers in completing documentation of in-kind contributions.

 

Program and Agency

  1. Support and promote the agency and program mission and philosophy within the agency,   program and community, including following the agency and program lines of communication
  2. Comply with Community Care Licensing, Child Adult Care Food Program, State of California Department of Education regulations and Head Start Program Performance.
  3. Explain and clarify regulations, policies, procedures, and promote established goals and objectives.
  4. Discuss concerns, answer questions, and work to resolve conflicts in a positive manner to the benefit of the children, parents, staff, program and agency
  5. Actively participate in program-wide activities, meeting, events, trainings, and other professional growth and development opportunities.
  6. Work with, contribute to, and serve as a member of a multi-disciplinary team by encouraging and facilitating problem solving strategies; accepting supervision, and working closely with direct service staff, program management, agency administration, community partners, coaches & consultants to ensure high-quality services and implementation of best practices.
  7. Complete and submit time sheets, mileage reimbursement forms and requests for materials, equipment and supplies in a timely manner.
  8. Be flexible, organized and demonstrate strong time-management skills.
  9. Follow established confidentiality policies, procedures and mandated reporting protocols.
  10. Seek support as needed and accept guidance from coworkers, program management, program specialists, consultants and coaches.

 

Ongoing Monitoring

  1. Conduct daily health checks to ensure that children are well and inspect classrooms, entryways and outdoor space to ensure the health and safety of children enrolled.
  2. Review Daily Roster and Meal Counts at point of service to ensure accuracy and documentation of the actual number of children in attendance throughout the day.
  3. Review Medication Authorizations, prescription medications prior to use and monthly to ensure compliance with program policies and adherence to authorized procedures, use and expiration.
  4. Review Meal Modifications and ensure compliance during meal service.
  5. Assist in monitoring the quality of child development services being provided to the children and families in our care.
  6. Review child portfolios, screening, and assessments to ensure accurate record keeping, documentation, quality of service and compliance with Head Start Program Performance Standards (HSPPS) and other related requirements and/or regulations.
  7. Conduct and record monthly emergency and evacuation drills.
  8. Ensure implementation and assess the effectiveness of the Ongoing Monitoring System.
  9. Participate in the Annual Self-Assessment and Community Assessment.

 

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • CDE-Associate Teacher Permit required.
  • AA/BA Degree in related field preferred.
  • Experience in early child care setting or social service setting required, Head Start experience preferred
  • Computer literacy required - ChildPlus.Net and Learning Genie experience preferred.
  • Positive, professional and courteous work demeanor
  • Ability and desire to work as part of a team in a culturally diverse environment
  • Second language skills are desirable

 

PHYSICAL JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Lifting of books and other documents weighing up to 20 pounds may be encountered in performing essential functions.
  • The ability to hold, carry and/or assist children weighing up to 50 pounds is often required.
  • Ability to understand and comply with Community Care Licensing regulations and Head Start Performance Standards.
  • Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of this position.
  • Position requires occasional evenings and weekends.
  • Must be at least 18 years of age.

 

CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT

  • Community Care Licensing and Head Start Performance Standards require a background check and clearance from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Department of Justice (DOJ) background prior to employment.
  • A Health Screening Report completed by a physician, which includes your Immunization Record, Flu Vaccinations and current TB Test Results.

 

HAZARDS

  • Exposure to bodily fluids and infectious diseases.
  • Comply with emergency health and safety policies, procedures and protocols including but not limited to COVID-19 response services.

 

 

 

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

Alameda Family Services offers a very generous benefits program.  Based upon a 40 hour work week you will receive a paid ½ hour lunch break, Medical/Dental/Group Term Life Coverage, 11 paid holidays per year, approximately 24 days of vacation (accrual calculation .0923 x hours worked ) and 12 days of sick time (.0462 x hours worked).

 

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT

Alameda Family Services does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.

 

Alameda, CA 94501 2021-06-08 View
Preschool Teacher Alameda Family Services

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

Under the supervision of the Center Director, Site Supervisor, and/or Assistant Site Supervisor the Infant/Toddler Teacher is responsible for providing a safe environment for children to thrive.  The teacher is responsible for working with a co-teacher in creating a safe and supportive learning environment for eight children, 6-36 months of age, at one of our childcare centers located in Alameda. 

 

JOB DUTIES

Classroom Teacher

  1. As a co-teacher, the Infant/Toddler Teacher will ensure the safety of children and provide developmentally appropriate activities that are in keeping with the program’s curriculum and philosophy (Creative Curriculum, Anti-Bias Curriculum and Developmentally Appropriate Practices, PITC and CSEFEL) in alignment with the established Child Outcomes Framework.
  2. Respect each child’s individual development and the diversity of children, families and staff.
  3. Act in equal partnership with co-teacher(s) in planning and conducting child development activities, supervising meal service, and in assisting children especially during transitions.
  4. Provide support to children including but not limited to providing individualized care, managing challenging behaviors, toileting, diapering, nap coverage and administration of first aide as appropriate to training.
  5. Ensure children’s health and safety and provide constant monitoring and active supervision.
  6. Complete all required paperwork in a timely manner, including lesson plans, observations,  initial screenings, ongoing assessments, referrals, individualized education plans, and individual school readiness goals.
  7. Create child portfolios by recording observations, collecting samples and entering supporting documents and case notes in established data systems such as but not limited to ChildPlus, DRDP Tech, Learning Genie, etc.
  8. Contact parent’s when a child’s behavior is unsafe to self or others.  Notify Center Director and/or acting Site Supervisor of call and action steps implemented.
  9. Comply with responsibilities as a mandated reporter.
  10. Work with local agencies to coordinate appropriate services to children, including children with disabilities and special needs.
  11. Conduct and record monthly emergency and evacuation drills.
  12. Conduct Home Visits and Parent Teacher Conferences.

 

Parent Engagement

  1. Welcome parents and children to the site and work in partnership to support child transitions.
  2. Explain and clarify regulations, policies, procedures, and promote established goals and objectives.
  3. Promote the importance of consistent attendance and support parents in developing attendance goals and improvement plans.
  4. Share information regarding child outcomes and progress made in achieving developmental milestones and benchmarks with parent(s) during home visits and parent-teacher conferences.
  5. Actively engage parents in their child’s school readiness by sharing information about the child’s progress, answering questions and working with parents in resolving issues in a positive manner.
  6. Involve parents, as appropriate, in all aspects of developing, implementing and evaluating the classroom and child development activities.
  7. Assist parents and community volunteers in completing documentation of in-kind contributions.

 

Program and Agency

  1. Support and promote the agency and program mission and philosophy within the agency,   program and community, including following the agency and program lines of communication
  2. Comply with Community Care Licensing, Child Adult Care Food Program, State of California Department of Education regulations and Head Start Program Performance.
  3. Explain and clarify regulations, policies, procedures, and promote established goals and objectives.
  4. Discuss concerns, answer questions, and work to resolve conflicts in a positive manner to the benefit of the children, parents, staff, program and agency
  5. Actively participate in program-wide activities, meeting, events, trainings, and other professional growth and development opportunities.
  6. Work with, contribute to, and serve as a member of a multi-disciplinary team by encouraging and facilitating problem solving strategies; accepting supervision, and working closely with direct service staff, program management, agency administration, community partners, coaches & consultants to ensure high-quality services and implementation of best practices.
  7. Complete and submit time sheets, mileage reimbursement forms and requests for materials, equipment and supplies in a timely manner.
  8. Be flexible, organized and demonstrate strong time-management skills.
  9. Follow established confidentiality policies, procedures and mandated reporting protocols.
  10. Seek support as needed and accept guidance from coworkers, program management, program specialists, consultants and coaches.

 

 

Ongoing Monitoring

  1. Conduct daily health checks to ensure that children are well and inspect classrooms, entryways and outdoor space to ensure the health and safety of children enrolled in the Head Start/Early Head Start Program.
  2. Review Daily Roster and Meal Counts at point of service to ensure accuracy and documentation of the actual number of children in attendance throughout the day.
  3. Review Medication Authorizations, prescription medications prior to use and monthly to ensure compliance with program policies and procedures and adherence to authorized use and expiration.
  4. Review Meal Modifications and ensure compliance during meal service.
  5. Assist in monitoring the quality of child development services being provided to the children and families in our care.
  6. Review child portfolios, screening, and assessments to ensure accurate record keeping, documentation, quality of service and compliance with Head Start Program Performance Standards (HSPPS) and other related requirements and/or regulations.
  7. Conduct and record monthly emergency and evacuation drills.
  8. Ensure implementation and assess the effectiveness of the Ongoing Monitoring System.
  9. Participate in the Annual Self-Assessment and Community Assessment.

 

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • CDE Associate Teacher Permit and 3 infant/toddler units required.
  • AA/BA Degree in Early Childhood Development or related field preferred.
  • Experience in early child care setting or social service setting
  • Computer literacy with ChildPlus.Net and Learning Genie experience preferred
  • Positive, professional and courteous work demeanor
  • Ability and desire to work as part of a team in a culturally diverse environment
  • Second language skills are desirable

 

PHYSICAL JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Lifting of books and other documents weighing up to 20 pounds may be encountered in performing essential functions.
  • The ability to hold, carry and/or assist children weighing up to 50 pounds is often required.
  • Ability to understand and comply with Community Care Licensing regulations and Head Start Performance Standards.
  • Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of this position.
  • Position requires occasional evenings and weekends.
  • Must be at least 18 years of age.

 

CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT

  • Community Care Licensing and Head Start Performance Standards require a background check and clearance from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Department of Justice (DOJ) background prior to employment.
  • A Health Screening Report completed by a physician, which includes your Immunization Record, Flu Vaccinations and current TB Test Results.

 

 

 

 

 

HAZARDS

  • Exposure to bodily fluids and infectious diseases.
  • Comply with emergency health and safety policies, procedures and protocols including but not limited to COVID-19 response services.

 

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

Alameda Family Services offers a very generous benefits program.  Based upon a 40 hour work week you will receive a paid ½ hour lunch break, Medical/Dental/Group Term Life Coverage, 11 paid holidays per year, approximately 24 days of vacation (accrual calculation .0923 x hours worked ) and 12 days of sick time (.0462 x hours worked).

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT

Alameda Family Services does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.

 

 

Alameda, CA 94501 2021-06-08 View
TEACHER/FAMILY SUPPORT SPECIALIST NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE ASSOCIATION

Basic Job Assignment:


Site Location:

Area 4: 841 S0uth 41 Street, San Diego, CA 92113

Under the direction of a Family Service Supervisor, performs a wide variety of paraprofessional and professional-level duties in support of the Head Start Program by establishing and maintaining positive relationships with children's families to encourage participation in and ensure their awareness and use of the program's diverse activities; serves as an advocate for program children and their families. Adheres to the core values of the Agency; NAEYC Code of Conduct for Early Childhood Practitioners and Professional Practice; Head Start Performance Standards; and required Head Start Competencies.

 

Employment Requirements:
Knowledge of:

  • Modern theories, methods and practices of early childhood education and child development; modern theories, methods and practices of social services, emotional and/or physical health needs of low-income children with culturally diverse backgrounds;
  • Federal, state and local laws and regulations applicable to the Head Start program and the assigned areas of responsibility and expertise;
  • Head Start Program Performance Standards; goals, objectives, policies and procedures of the NHA Head Start Program;
  • Modern theories, principles and practices of supervision, including training and staff development; recordkeeping and filing practices and procedures; and Basic counseling theories and practices.

 

Ability to:

  • Organize, set priorities and exercise sound, independent judgment within areas of assigned responsibility;
  • Interpret, apply, explain and reach sound decisions in accordance with program regulations, policies and procedures;
  • Instruct and train individuals in a group setting and one-on-on; communicate effectively orally and in writing;
  • Prepare clear, concise and accurate reports, correspondence and other written materials;
  • Exercise tact, objectivity, sensitivity, strategy and judgment in dealing with volunteers, parents and staff; and organize and maintain specialized documentation.


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS, LICENSES & CERTIFICATES:

Certification in Pediatric First Aid and CPR must be met within 90 days of employment. A valid California driver license. Must meet and maintain State law and County licensing requirements regarding employment in a childcare center (Fingerprints, TB, Physical, Immunizations).

 

Qualifications:
A typical way of obtaining the knowledge, skills and abilities outlined above is graduation from a two-year college with an Associate’s Degree in Child Development/Social Work or related field; or “Basic Family Services Assistant Credential/Certificate” awarded by an accredited college and one (1) year of progressively responsible experience providing direct services to low income children and families of diverse cultural backgrounds; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Must possess at least six (6) units of CD/ECE.

 

Example of Major Functions:
The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the 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.

  • Plans, coordinates and participates in the recruitment of eligible children into the Head Start program;
  • Acts as community liaison and promotes community relations; participates in parent recruitment activities;
  • Distributes information and literature to parents regarding program services, including health, dental, nutrition, social services, and other services;
  • Establishes and maintains supportive relationships with Head Start families;
  • Conducts home visits, participate in parent teacher conference to share outcomes of screenings, assessments and any identified need to refer families to the appropriate Head Start staff and/or outside agencies;
  • Ensure the safety of children through continuous supervision during breaks, transitions and emergencies;
  • Develop Individual Family Partnership Agreements and assists families in the preparation of Family Plans through interview to identify needs and referrals;
  • Develops and implements follow up plans to support family outcomes;
  • Documents activities and performs various other administrative duties;
  • Maintains complete and current files and records pertaining to activities; will enter data into our electronic system to prepare regular and special status reports;
  • Screen and assess each child using appropriate screening/assessment tools;
  • Identify and refer based on scores/outcomes;
  • Participate in all job related trainings and professional development;
  • Participates in the preparation of assigned center's Program Information Report; Coordinates and attends Center Committee and Staff meetings;
  • Completes incomplete screenings on the medical/health history records of children;
  • Works closely with center staff to identify children's needs and to ensure delivery of appropriate services;
  • Acts as liaison with local community organizations to provide resources to children and their families; ensures center compliance with health, social services and parent engagement requirements of the Head Start Program's Performance Standards;
  • Serves as an advocate for the program's children and their families;
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.

 

ABOUT NHA

The Neighborhood House Association is a non- profit organization. Head Start positions are funded in whole or in part by money provided through the State and Federal Government. Additionally, some Social Service Program positions may be funded in whole or in part through grant funds. Because positions and salaries may be funded through grants, and State and Federal funds ongoing employment will be contingent upon the continued receipt of these funds.

BENEFITS:

Eligible employees receive the following benefits:

  • Vacation
  • Sick leave;
  • 13 paid holidays;
  • Two (2) personal days;
  • Four (4) days annual bereavement leave;
    • 401K Retirement Plan;
    • Medical;
    • Dental;
    • Flexible Spending Account (FSA);
    • Life & Disability insurance;
    • Supplemental Life & Voluntary Products;
    • Social Security;

*Medical and dental benefits are provided to regular employees who work a minimum of 30 hours per week.

INTRODUCTORY PERIOD:

All regular appointees serve 6 months introductory period.

CITIZENSHIP/IMMIGRATION STATUS:

In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Neighborhood House Association hires only U.S. citizens and others lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.

This Job Announcement is not an offer of employment. The provisions of this job announcement do not constitute an express or implied contract. Any of the provisions contained in this job announcement may be modified or revoked without notice. Any person who is hired may voluntarily leave their employment upon giving proper notice and may be terminated by the Agency at any time and for any reason.  Any oral or written statements to the contrary are hereby expressly disavowed and should not be relied upon by any prospective or existing employee.

Please note that offers of employment are only valid if they are made by the Human Resources Department.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

San Diego, CA 92113 2021-06-04 View
TEACHER II & III (HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START) NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE ASSOCIATION

Basic Job Assignment:

 

Site Locations:

Area 1
Karen D. Love: 2230 East Jewett, San Diego, CA 92111

Area 3
Altadena: 3770 Altadena Ave. San Diego, CA 92105
Home Ave: 4111 Home Avenue, San Diego, CA 92105

Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor and/or Assistant Site Supervisor the teacher leads a classroom of toddler children. Adheres to the core values of the Agency; NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct for Early Childhood Practitioners and Professional Practice; Head Start Performance Standards; and required Head Start competencies.

 

Employment Requirements:
The ideal candidate is a self-motivated, independent worker who possesses a solid understanding of appropriate child development theories and practices; the ability to communicate effectively with staff, managers, clients/ participants, and individuals of varying levels outside of the organization; establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of Association management, employees, parents, and others encountered in the course of work; create and maintain a safe learning environment for children and others; To work effectively with parents, families, and childcare providers and be sensitive to the needs of culturally and ethnically diverse groups; effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public; is well organized and is able to plan and prepare in a thorough fashion; has excellent written communication skills; and has demonstrated experience working with culturally and ethnically diverse, low income or no income clients and unique populations.

Qualifications:

  • A minimum of an Associate degree from an accredited college or university; AND
  • Early Child Development Teacher Permit or higher; AND
  • Completed a course of 3 units of infants in toddlers (a grade C or better); AND
  • At least (1) one-year experience in a licensed Child Development infant/toddler setting; AND
  • Current Certification in pediatric first aid and CPR or the ability to obtain within 90 days of employment;
  • Must meet and maintain state law and county licensing requirements regarding employment in a child care center (fingerprints, TB, physical) as well as provide proof of immunity to measles and pertussis, and must obtain an influenza vaccination, or provide a medical exemption.

Example of Major Functions:

  • Develops and implements weekly lesson plans for Toddler children;
  • Interacts and socializes with children;
  • Provides a safe, nurturing, and pleasing environment for the children;
  • Screens and assesses each child using appropriate screening/ assessment tools;
  • Develops individualized educational plans for each child based on developmental assessments;
  • Identifies and refers children with special needs;
  • Ensures that child care routines are carried out in manner that is prompt, hygienic and consistent with good child development principles including routines related to bathroom use, diapering change, hand washing, tooth brushing, eating and transitioning between activities;
  • Completes daily health check; ensures the safety of the children through continuous supervision,
  • Effective arrangement of space, proper maintenance of equipment, regular practice of fire drills and other emergency procedures; operates the classroom in compliance with all child care licensing standards;
  • Completes daily anecdotal notes, observations, work samples and gathers information to create a portfolio for each child.
  • Conducts home visits, parent teacher conferences, and inputs on PROMIS system and progress notes on child’s file.
  • Integrates activities that are developmentally appropriate for toddler children and that reflect the NHA Child Development Program, Early Head Start curriculum and philosophy, and comply with the Performance Standards and Title 5 Education Code;
  • Supervises outdoor play environment and parent engagement events;
  • Provides emotional support and encourages high self-esteem in the children and parents;
  • Maintains written documentation on each child;
  • In compliance with requirements for confidentiality; prepares monthly reports on attendance, excused absences, daily sign in/out sheets, in-kind, CACFP meal count; participates in cross-component tasks; works with community resources to identify child/family needs and refers to proper resources for assistance; supervises and participates in the evaluation of Associate Teachers, parents, volunteers and other classroom aides;
  • Must have computer skills;
  • Communicate effectively both oral and written;
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

ABOUT NHA

The Neighborhood House Association is a non- profit organization. Head Start positions are funded in whole or in part by money provided through the State and Federal Government. Additionally, some Social Service Program positions may be funded in whole or in part through grant funds. Because positions and salaries may be funded through grants, and State and Federal funds ongoing employment will be contingent upon the continued receipt of these funds.

BENEFITS:

Eligible employees receive the following benefits:

  • Vacation
  • Sick leave;
  • 13 paid holidays;
  • Two (2) personal days;
  • Four (4) days annual bereavement leave;
    • 401K Retirement Plan;
    • Medical;
    • Dental;
    • Flexible Spending Account (FSA);
    • Life & Disability insurance;
    • Supplemental Life & Voluntary Products;
    • Social Security;

*Medical and dental benefits are provided to regular employees who work a minimum of 30 hours per week.

INTRODUCTORY PERIOD:

All regular appointees serve 6 months introductory period.

CITIZENSHIP/IMMIGRATION STATUS:

In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Neighborhood House Association hires only U.S. citizens and others lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.

This Job Announcement is not an offer of employment. The provisions of this job announcement do not constitute an express or implied contract. Any of the provisions contained in this job announcement may be modified or revoked without notice. Any person who is hired may voluntarily leave their employment upon giving proper notice and may be terminated by the Agency at any time and for any reason.  Any oral or written statements to the contrary are hereby expressly disavowed and should not be relied upon by any prospective or existing employee.

Please note that offers of employment are only valid if they are made by the Human Resources Department.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

San Diego, CA 92111/9210 2021-06-04 View
ASSOCIATE TEACHER (HEAD START) NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE ASSOCIATION

Basic Job Assignment:

 

Site Locations:

Area 1
K Love: 2230 East Jewett, San Diego, CA 92111
Balboa Lutheran: 7250 Eckstrom Avenue, San Diego, CA 92111
City College: 1601 B Street, San Diego, CA 92101
STEM: 808 W Cedar Street, San Diego, CA 92101

Area 2
First Step: 804 San Pasqual St. San Diego, CA 92113

Area 3
Home Avenue: 4111 Home Ave. Suite F San Diego, CA 92105

Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor, and when appropriate, under the guidance of a master teacher and/or teacher, assists in the instruction of preschool children. Adheres to the core values of the Agency; NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct for Early Childhood Practitioners and Professional Practice; Head Start Performance Standards; and required Head Start competencies.
The Head Start Associate Teacher works primarily with children ages 3-5 years.


Employment Requirements:
The ideal candidate is a self-motivated, independent worker who possesses a solid understanding of appropriate child development theories and practices; has the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing with staff, managers, clients/ participants, and individuals of varying levels outside of the organization; has the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of Association management, employees, parents, and others encountered in the course of work; has the demonstrated ability and skills to create and maintain a safe learning environment for children and others; is willing to work effectively with parents, families, and childcare providers and be sensitive to the needs of culturally and ethnically diverse groups; has the demonstrated skills and ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public; is well organized and is able to plan and prepare in a thorough fashion; and has demonstrated experience working with culturally and ethnically diverse, low income or no income clients and unique populations.


Qualifications:

  • A minimum of twelve (12) units of Early Childhood Education/Child Development is required and an unofficial copy of transcripts must be attached to the employment application; AND
  • Associate Teacher Permit required and a copy of the permit must be attached to the employment application; AND
  • A minimum of at least six (6) months experience in a licensed preschool facility;
  • Current Certification in CPR/ Pediatric First Aid or the ability to obtain within the first 90 days of employment required;
  • Must meet and maintain state law and county licensing requirements regarding employment in a child care center including fingerprints, TB, and physical examination as well as provide proof of immunity to measles and pertussis, and must obtain an influenza vaccination, or provide a medical exemption;
  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education/ Child Development preferred;

Example of Major Functions:

  • Assist in developing weekly lesson plans which integrate activities that are developmentally appropriate for infants and toddler children, reflect an integrated Early Head Start curriculum and philosophy, and comply with the Performance Standards;
  • Recruits families for the Program as required by Performance Standards;
  • Assist in developing and maintaining a safe and pleasing environment for the children which facilitates their ability to grow physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually;
  • Assist in screening each child using appropriate assessment tools, and apply the requisite knowledge and skills in translating those assessments into appropriate lesson plans to meet the needs of each child;
  • Assist in developing Individual Education Plans for children with special needs;
  • Assist in preparing monthly reports on attendance, excused absences, daily sign in/out sheets, in-kind, CACFP meal count, fluoride tracking, health and safety checklist, etc.
  • Complete forms such as writing anecdotal notes/observations, Home Visit, Parent/Teacher Conference, Classroom Meeting, training reports and agendas, Ouch Reports, Parent Engagement Permission Slips, and milestones.
  • Assist in ensuring that daily hygiene needs are met by modeling such routines as tooth brushing, hand washing, use of the bathroom, and meal times;
  • Assist in ensuring the safety of the classroom as well as the outdoor playground;
  • Provide emotional support and encourage high self-esteem in the children;
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

 

ABOUT NHA

The Neighborhood House Association is a non- profit organization. Head Start positions are funded in whole or in part by money provided through the State and Federal Government. Additionally, some Social Service Program positions may be funded in whole or in part through grant funds. Because positions and salaries may be funded through grants, and State and Federal funds ongoing employment will be contingent upon the continued receipt of these funds.

BENEFITS:

Eligible employees receive the following benefits:

  • Vacation
  • Sick leave;
  • 13 paid holidays;
  • Two (2) personal days;
  • Four (4) days annual bereavement leave;
    • 401K Retirement Plan;
    • Medical;
    • Dental;
    • Flexible Spending Account (FSA);
    • Life & Disability insurance;
    • Supplemental Life & Voluntary Products;
    • Social Security;

*Medical and dental benefits are provided to regular employees who work a minimum of 30 hours per week.

INTRODUCTORY PERIOD:

All regular appointees serve 6 months introductory period.

CITIZENSHIP/IMMIGRATION STATUS:

In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Neighborhood House Association hires only U.S. citizens and others lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.

This Job Announcement is not an offer of employment. The provisions of this job announcement do not constitute an express or implied contract. Any of the provisions contained in this job announcement may be modified or revoked without notice. Any person who is hired may voluntarily leave their employment upon giving proper notice and may be terminated by the Agency at any time and for any reason.  Any oral or written statements to the contrary are hereby expressly disavowed and should not be relied upon by any prospective or existing employee.

Please note that offers of employment are only valid if they are made by the Human Resources Department.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

 

San Diego , CA 92111/9210 2021-06-04 View
ASSOCIATE TEACHER (HEAD START) NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE ASSOCIATION

This position is being hired for various locations including Floater Associate Teachers that will be required to travel to multiple locations depending on the need.

  • Basic Job Assignment:

    Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor, and when appropriate, under the guidance of a master teacher and/or teacher, assists in the instruction of preschool children.  Adheres to the core values of the Agency; NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct for Early Childhood Practitioners and Professional Practice; Head Start Performance Standards; and required Head Start competencies.

     

    Employment Requirements:

    The ideal candidate is a self-motivated, independent worker who possesses a solid understanding of appropriate child development theories and practices; has the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing with staff, managers, clients/ participants, and individuals of varying levels outside of the organization; has the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of Association management, employees, parents, and others encountered in the course of work; has the demonstrated ability and skills to create and maintain a safe learning environment for children and others; is willing to work effectively with parents, families, and childcare providers and be sensitive to the needs of culturally and ethnically diverse groups; has the demonstrated skills and ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public; is well organized and is able to plan and prepare in a thorough fashion; and has demonstrated experience working with culturally and ethnically diverse, low income or no income clients and unique populations.

     

    Qualifications:

    • A minimum of twelve (12) units of Early Childhood Education/Child Development is required and an unofficial copy of transcripts must be attached to the employment application; AND
    • Associate Teacher Permit required and  a copy of the permit must be attached to the employment application; AND   
      • A minimum of at least six (6) months experience in a licensed preschool facility;
      • CurrentCertification in CPR/ Pediatric First Aid or the ability to obtain within the first 90 days of employment required;
      • Must meet and maintain state law and county licensing requirements regarding employment in a child care centerincluding fingerprints, TB, and physical examination as well as provide proof of immunity to measles and pertussis, and must obtain an influenza vaccination, or provide a medical exemption;
      • Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education/ Child Development preferred;

     

    Example of Major Functions:

    • Assist in developing weekly lesson plans which integrate activities that are developmentally appropriate for infants and toddler children, reflect an integrated Early Head Start curriculum and philosophy, and comply with the Performance Standards;
    • Recruits families for the Program as required by Performance Standards;
    • Assist in developing and maintaining a safe and pleasing environment for the children which facilitates their ability to grow physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually;
    • Assist in screening each child using appropriate assessment tools, and apply the requisite knowledge and skills in translating those assessments into appropriate lesson plans to meet the needs of each child;
    • Assist in developing Individual Education Plans for children with special needs;
    • Assist in preparing monthly reports on attendance, excused absences, daily sign in/out sheets, in-kind, CACFP meal count, fluoride tracking, health and safety checklist, etc.
    • Complete forms such as writing anecdotal notes/observations, Home Visit, Parent/Teacher Conference, Classroom Meeting, training reports and agendas, Ouch Reports, Parent Engagement Permission Slips, and milestones.
    • Assist in ensuring that daily hygiene needs are met by modeling such routines as tooth brushing, hand washing, use of the bathroom, and meal times;
    • Assist in ensuring the safety of the classroom as well as the outdoor playground;
    • Provide emotional support and encourage high self-esteem in the children;

 

APPLICATION SUBMITTAL INSTRUCTIONS:

Applications may be obtained at 5660 Copley Drive, San Diego, 92111; 841 S. 41st Street, San Diego 92113; or on the Agency website at www.neighborhoodhouse.org. Applications may be mailed or delivered to the Human Resources Department at 5660 Copley Drive, San Diego, CA 92111 or scanned/emailed to: recruiting@neighborhoodhouse.org.

Applications must be fully completed (per instructions), signed, and dated when submitted. Any applicable supplemental application questions and/ or certifications must be attached to the application at the time the application is submitted. All statements on the application will be subject to verification and investigation prior to employment. In order for your education or certification(s) to be considered, you must attach a copy of your official degree transcripts or diploma or foreign equivalency report and/ or certification to your application. Please only submit the documents required.

NOTE: Only those candidates being considered will be contacted for an interview and reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with qualified disabilities to perform the essential functions of job on a case by case basis.

 

ABOUT NHA

The Neighborhood House Association is a non-profit organization. Head Start positions are funded in whole or in part by money provided through the State and Federal Government. Additionally, some Social Service Program positions may be funded in whole or in part through grant funds. Because positions and salaries may be funded through grants, and State and Federal funds ongoing employment will be contingent upon the continued receipt of these funds.

BENEFITS:

Eligible employees receive the following benefits: Vacation;

 Sick leave;

  • 13 paid holidays;
  • Two (2) personal days;
  • Four (4) days annual bereavement leave;
  • 401K Retirement Plan;
  • Medical;
  • Dental;
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA);
  • Life & Disability insurance;
  • Supplemental Life & Voluntary Products;
  • Social Security;

*Medical and dental benefits are provided to regular employees who work a minimum of 30 hours per week.

INTRODUCTORY PERIOD:

All regular appointees serve 6 months introductory period.

CITIZENSHIP/IMMIGRATION STATUS:

In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Neighborhood House Association hires only U.S. citizens and others lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.

This Job Announcement is not an offer of employment. The provisions of this job announcement do not constitute an express or implied contract. Any of the provisions contained in this job announcement may be modified or revoked without notice. Any person who is hired may voluntarily leave their employment upon giving proper notice, and may be terminated by the Agency at any time and for any reason. Any oral or written statements to the contrary are hereby expressly disavowed and should not be relied upon by any prospective or existing employee.

 

Please note that offers of employment are only valid if they are made by the Human Resources Department

San Diego (Various Sites), CA 92113 2021-06-04 View
ASSOCIATE TEACHER (HEAD START) NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE ASSOCIATION

This position is being hired for various locations including Floater Associate Teachers that will be required to travel to multiple locations depending on the need.

  • Basic Job Assignment:

    Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor, and when appropriate, under the guidance of a master teacher and/or teacher, assists in the instruction of preschool children.  Adheres to the core values of the Agency; NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct for Early Childhood Practitioners and Professional Practice; Head Start Performance Standards; and required Head Start competencies.

     

    Employment Requirements:

    The ideal candidate is a self-motivated, independent worker who possesses a solid understanding of appropriate child development theories and practices; has the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing with staff, managers, clients/ participants, and individuals of varying levels outside of the organization; has the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of Association management, employees, parents, and others encountered in the course of work; has the demonstrated ability and skills to create and maintain a safe learning environment for children and others; is willing to work effectively with parents, families, and childcare providers and be sensitive to the needs of culturally and ethnically diverse groups; has the demonstrated skills and ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public; is well organized and is able to plan and prepare in a thorough fashion; and has demonstrated experience working with culturally and ethnically diverse, low income or no income clients and unique populations.

     

    Qualifications:

    • A minimum of twelve (12) units of Early Childhood Education/Child Development is required and an unofficial copy of transcripts must be attached to the employment application; AND
    • Associate Teacher Permit required and  a copy of the permit must be attached to the employment application; AND   
      • A minimum of at least six (6) months experience in a licensed preschool facility;
      • CurrentCertification in CPR/ Pediatric First Aid or the ability to obtain within the first 90 days of employment required;
      • Must meet and maintain state law and county licensing requirements regarding employment in a child care centerincluding fingerprints, TB, and physical examination as well as provide proof of immunity to measles and pertussis, and must obtain an influenza vaccination, or provide a medical exemption;
      • Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education/ Child Development preferred;

     

    Example of Major Functions:

    • Assist in developing weekly lesson plans which integrate activities that are developmentally appropriate for infants and toddler children, reflect an integrated Early Head Start curriculum and philosophy, and comply with the Performance Standards;
    • Recruits families for the Program as required by Performance Standards;
    • Assist in developing and maintaining a safe and pleasing environment for the children which facilitates their ability to grow physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually;
    • Assist in screening each child using appropriate assessment tools, and apply the requisite knowledge and skills in translating those assessments into appropriate lesson plans to meet the needs of each child;
    • Assist in developing Individual Education Plans for children with special needs;
    • Assist in preparing monthly reports on attendance, excused absences, daily sign in/out sheets, in-kind, CACFP meal count, fluoride tracking, health and safety checklist, etc.
    • Complete forms such as writing anecdotal notes/observations, Home Visit, Parent/Teacher Conference, Classroom Meeting, training reports and agendas, Ouch Reports, Parent Engagement Permission Slips, and milestones.
    • Assist in ensuring that daily hygiene needs are met by modeling such routines as tooth brushing, hand washing, use of the bathroom, and meal times;
    • Assist in ensuring the safety of the classroom as well as the outdoor playground;
    • Provide emotional support and encourage high self-esteem in the children;

 

APPLICATION SUBMITTAL INSTRUCTIONS:

Applications may be obtained at 5660 Copley Drive, San Diego, 92111; 841 S. 41st Street, San Diego 92113; or on the Agency website at www.neighborhoodhouse.org. Applications may be mailed or delivered to the Human Resources Department at 5660 Copley Drive, San Diego, CA 92111 or scanned/emailed to: recruiting@neighborhoodhouse.org.

Applications must be fully completed (per instructions), signed, and dated when submitted. Any applicable supplemental application questions and/ or certifications must be attached to the application at the time the application is submitted. All statements on the application will be subject to verification and investigation prior to employment. In order for your education or certification(s) to be considered, you must attach a copy of your official degree transcripts or diploma or foreign equivalency report and/ or certification to your application. Please only submit the documents required.

NOTE: Only those candidates being considered will be contacted for an interview and reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with qualified disabilities to perform the essential functions of job on a case by case basis.

 

ABOUT NHA

The Neighborhood House Association is a non-profit organization. Head Start positions are funded in whole or in part by money provided through the State and Federal Government. Additionally, some Social Service Program positions may be funded in whole or in part through grant funds. Because positions and salaries may be funded through grants, and State and Federal funds ongoing employment will be contingent upon the continued receipt of these funds.

BENEFITS:

Eligible employees receive the following benefits: Vacation;

 Sick leave;

  • 13 paid holidays;
  • Two (2) personal days;
  • Four (4) days annual bereavement leave;
  • 401K Retirement Plan;
  • Medical;
  • Dental;
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA);
  • Life & Disability insurance;
  • Supplemental Life & Voluntary Products;
  • Social Security;

*Medical and dental benefits are provided to regular employees who work a minimum of 30 hours per week.

INTRODUCTORY PERIOD:

All regular appointees serve 6 months introductory period.

CITIZENSHIP/IMMIGRATION STATUS:

In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Neighborhood House Association hires only U.S. citizens and others lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.

This Job Announcement is not an offer of employment. The provisions of this job announcement do not constitute an express or implied contract. Any of the provisions contained in this job announcement may be modified or revoked without notice. Any person who is hired may voluntarily leave their employment upon giving proper notice, and may be terminated by the Agency at any time and for any reason. Any oral or written statements to the contrary are hereby expressly disavowed and should not be relied upon by any prospective or existing employee.

 

Please note that offers of employment are only valid if they are made by the Human Resources Department

San Diego (Various Sites), CA 92113 2021-06-04 View
TEACHER ASSISTANT TRAINEE (EARLY HEAD START & HEAD START) NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE ASSOCIATION

 

**This position is 42 Weeks for Head Start and 43 Weeks for Early Head Start. **


**It is for 5 hours per day, Monday through Friday.**


Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor (or designated teaching staff) aids in the instruction of children.

Employment Requirements:

Knowledge of: • Computers and related software programs. Must be computer literate.
Ability to: • Assist in creating and maintaining a safe learning environment for children and others; • Work effectively with children, parents, family, and community; • Have regular, consistent attendance; • Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills; • be sensitive to the needs of culturally and ethnically diverse groups; • Speak a second language desirable.

Qualifications:

High School Diploma, G.E.D. equivalency or High School Proficiency Certificate required. Child Development or Early Childhood Education units from an accredited college/university or ROP Training in a Child Development Program preferred.

Licenses, Certifications & Special Requirements:

Certification in pediatric first aid and 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, immunizations). 

1) All persons hired in this position will be required to take (on their own) and successfully complete (with at least a “C”) a minimum of six (6) units of Child Development (CD) or Early Childhood Education (ECE) at an accredited college or university within 12 months of employment.

2) Will assist in breaks and planning time for teacher and associate teacher, as needed.  This position may not be left alone supervising children unless person has at least 12 units of child development (CD) or early childhood education (ECE) at an accredited college or university.

Example of Major Functions:

The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the 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.

  • Assists in the instruction of the pre-school aged children;
  • Assist in implementing weekly lesson plans, which integrate activities that are developmentally appropriate for preschool children; that reflect Head Start curriculum and philosophy, and comply with the Performance Standards;
  • Aid  in developing and maintaining a safe and pleasing environment for the children which facilitates their ability to grow physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually;
  • Assists in administering the screening of each child using appropriate assessment tools but not the translating/interpreting of those assessments:
  • Assists in ensuring that daily hygiene needs are met by modeling such routines as tooth brushing, hand washing, use of the bathroom, and meal times;
  • Assists in ensuring the safety of the classroom as well as the outdoor playground;
  • Assist in providing emotional support and encourages high self-esteem in the children;
  • Participates in required training;
  • Administers first aid when needed;
  • Participates in center level case management meetings as needed;
  • Observes the development of IEP’s for children with special needs;
  • Assist with the preparation of monthly reports on attendance, excused absences, daily sign in/put sheets, in-kind and CCFP meal count;
  • May help with conducting home visits and parent/teacher conferences;
  • Participates in cross-component tasks; works with community resources to identify child/family needs and refer to proper resources for assistance;
  • Helps in the supervision of outdoor play environment and field trips;
  • Perform other duties as assigned. 

 

 

San Diego, CA 92114 2021-06-04 View
ASSOCIATE TEACHER (HEAD START) NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE ASSOCIATION

This position is being hired for various locations including Floater Associate Teachers that will be required to travel to multiple locations depending on the need.

  • Basic Job Assignment:

    Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor, and when appropriate, under the guidance of a master teacher and/or teacher, assists in the instruction of preschool children.  Adheres to the core values of the Agency; NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct for Early Childhood Practitioners and Professional Practice; Head Start Performance Standards; and required Head Start competencies.

     

    Employment Requirements:

    The ideal candidate is a self-motivated, independent worker who possesses a solid understanding of appropriate child development theories and practices; has the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing with staff, managers, clients/ participants, and individuals of varying levels outside of the organization; has the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of Association management, employees, parents, and others encountered in the course of work; has the demonstrated ability and skills to create and maintain a safe learning environment for children and others; is willing to work effectively with parents, families, and childcare providers and be sensitive to the needs of culturally and ethnically diverse groups; has the demonstrated skills and ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public; is well organized and is able to plan and prepare in a thorough fashion; and has demonstrated experience working with culturally and ethnically diverse, low income or no income clients and unique populations.

     

    Qualifications:

    • A minimum of twelve (12) units of Early Childhood Education/Child Development is required and an unofficial copy of transcripts must be attached to the employment application; AND
    • Associate Teacher Permit required and  a copy of the permit must be attached to the employment application; AND   
      • A minimum of at least six (6) months experience in a licensed preschool facility;
      • CurrentCertification in CPR/ Pediatric First Aid or the ability to obtain within the first 90 days of employment required;
      • Must meet and maintain state law and county licensing requirements regarding employment in a child care centerincluding fingerprints, TB, and physical examination as well as provide proof of immunity to measles and pertussis, and must obtain an influenza vaccination, or provide a medical exemption;
      • Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education/ Child Development preferred;

     

    Example of Major Functions:

    • Assist in developing weekly lesson plans which integrate activities that are developmentally appropriate for infants and toddler children, reflect an integrated Early Head Start curriculum and philosophy, and comply with the Performance Standards;
    • Recruits families for the Program as required by Performance Standards;
    • Assist in developing and maintaining a safe and pleasing environment for the children which facilitates their ability to grow physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually;
    • Assist in screening each child using appropriate assessment tools, and apply the requisite knowledge and skills in translating those assessments into appropriate lesson plans to meet the needs of each child;
    • Assist in developing Individual Education Plans for children with special needs;
    • Assist in preparing monthly reports on attendance, excused absences, daily sign in/out sheets, in-kind, CACFP meal count, fluoride tracking, health and safety checklist, etc.
    • Complete forms such as writing anecdotal notes/observations, Home Visit, Parent/Teacher Conference, Classroom Meeting, training reports and agendas, Ouch Reports, Parent Engagement Permission Slips, and milestones.
    • Assist in ensuring that daily hygiene needs are met by modeling such routines as tooth brushing, hand washing, use of the bathroom, and meal times;
    • Assist in ensuring the safety of the classroom as well as the outdoor playground;
    • Provide emotional support and encourage high self-esteem in the children;

 

APPLICATION SUBMITTAL INSTRUCTIONS:

Applications may be obtained at 5660 Copley Drive, San Diego, 92111; 841 S. 41st Street, San Diego 92113; or on the Agency website at www.neighborhoodhouse.org. Applications may be mailed or delivered to the Human Resources Department at 5660 Copley Drive, San Diego, CA 92111 or scanned/emailed to: recruiting@neighborhoodhouse.org.

Applications must be fully completed (per instructions), signed, and dated when submitted. Any applicable supplemental application questions and/ or certifications must be attached to the application at the time the application is submitted. All statements on the application will be subject to verification and investigation prior to employment. In order for your education or certification(s) to be considered, you must attach a copy of your official degree transcripts or diploma or foreign equivalency report and/ or certification to your application. Please only submit the documents required.

NOTE: Only those candidates being considered will be contacted for an interview and reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with qualified disabilities to perform the essential functions of job on a case by case basis.

 

ABOUT NHA

The Neighborhood House Association is a non-profit organization. Head Start positions are funded in whole or in part by money provided through the State and Federal Government. Additionally, some Social Service Program positions may be funded in whole or in part through grant funds. Because positions and salaries may be funded through grants, and State and Federal funds ongoing employment will be contingent upon the continued receipt of these funds.

BENEFITS:

Eligible employees receive the following benefits: Vacation;

 Sick leave;

  • 13 paid holidays;
  • Two (2) personal days;
  • Four (4) days annual bereavement leave;
  • 401K Retirement Plan;
  • Medical;
  • Dental;
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA);
  • Life & Disability insurance;
  • Supplemental Life & Voluntary Products;
  • Social Security;

*Medical and dental benefits are provided to regular employees who work a minimum of 30 hours per week.

INTRODUCTORY PERIOD:

All regular appointees serve 6 months introductory period.

CITIZENSHIP/IMMIGRATION STATUS:

In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Neighborhood House Association hires only U.S. citizens and others lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.

This Job Announcement is not an offer of employment. The provisions of this job announcement do not constitute an express or implied contract. Any of the provisions contained in this job announcement may be modified or revoked without notice. Any person who is hired may voluntarily leave their employment upon giving proper notice, and may be terminated by the Agency at any time and for any reason. Any oral or written statements to the contrary are hereby expressly disavowed and should not be relied upon by any prospective or existing employee.

 

Please note that offers of employment are only valid if they are made by the Human Resources Department

San Diego (Various Sites), CA 92113 2021-06-04 View
TEACHER ASSISTANT TRAINEE (EARLY HEAD START & HEAD START) Neighborhood House Association
Basic Job Assignment:

**This position is 42 Weeks for Head Start and 43 Weeks for Early Head Start.**
**It is for 5 hours per day, Monday through Friday.**


Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor (or designated teaching staff) aids in the instruction of children.

Employment Requirements:
Knowledge of: • Computers and related software programs. Must be computer literate.
Ability to: • Assist in creating and maintaining a safe learning environment for children and others; • Work effectively with children, parents, family, and community; • Have regular, consistent attendance; • Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills; • Be sensitive to the needs of culturally and ethnically diverse groups; • Speak a second language desirable.
Qualifications:

High School Diploma, G.E.D. equivalency or High School Proficiency Certificate required. Child Development or Early Childhood Education units from an accredited college/university or ROP Training in a Child Development Program preferred.

Licenses, Certifications & Special Requirements:

Certification in pediatric first aid and 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, immunizations). 

1) All persons hired in this position will be required to take (on their own) and successfully complete (with at least a “C”) a minimum of six (6) units of Child Development (CD) or Early Childhood Education (ECE) at an accredited college or university within 12 months of employment.

2) Will assist in breaks and planning time for teacher and associate teacher, as needed.  This position may not be left alone supervising children unless person has at least 12 units of child development (CD) or early childhood education (ECE) at an accredited college or university.

Example of Major Functions:

The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the 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.

  • Assists in the instruction of the pre-school aged children;

  • Assist in implementing weekly lesson plans, which integrate activities that are developmentally appropriate for preschool children; that reflect Head Start curriculum and philosophy, and comply with the Performance Standards;

  • Aid  in developing and maintaining a safe and pleasing environment for the children which facilitates their ability to grow physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually;

  • Assists in administering the screening of each child using appropriate assessment tools but not the translating/interpreting of those assessments:

  • Assists in ensuring that daily hygiene needs are met by modeling such routines as tooth brushing, hand washing, use of the bathroom, and meal times;

  • Assists in ensuring the safety of the classroom as well as the outdoor playground;

  • Assist in providing emotional support and encourages high self-esteem in the children;

  • Participates in required training;

  • Administers first aid when needed;

  • Participates in center level case management meetings as needed;

  • Observes the development of IEP’s for children with special needs;

  • Assist with the preparation of monthly reports on attendance, excused absences, daily sign in/put sheets, in-kind and CCFP meal count;

  • May help with conducting home visits and parent/teacher conferences;

  • Participates in cross-component tasks; works with community resources to identify child/family needs and refer to proper resources for assistance;

  • Helps in the supervision of outdoor play environment and field trips;

  • Perform other duties as assigned. 

San Diego, CA 92114 2021-06-04 View
TEACHER ASSISTANT TRAINEE (EARLY HEAD START & HEAD START) Neighborhood House Association

Site locations:
Area 2
**Work hours 5 hours per day, Monday through Friday.**

Webster: 2930 Marcy Ave San Diego, CA 92113

First Step :804 San Pasqual St. San Diego, CA 92113
Euclid: 210 S. Euclid San Diego, CA 92114

**Work hours 8 hours per day, Monday through Friday.**
BYF 841 S. 41st San Diego, CA 92113


Area 3
Home Avenue: 4111 Home Ave, San Diego, CA 92105

**This position is 42 Weeks for Head Start and 43 Weeks for Early Head Start.**

**It is for 5 hours per day, Monday through Friday.**

Under the supervision of the Site Supervisor (or designated teaching staff) aids in the instruction of children.


Employment Requirements:

Knowledge of:
• Computers and related software programs. Must be computer literate.

Ability to:
• Assist in creating and maintaining a safe learning environment for children and others;
• Work effectively with children, parents, family, and community;
• Have regular, consistent attendance;
• Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills;
• Be sensitive to the needs of culturally and ethnically diverse groups;
• Speak a second language desirable.


Qualifications:

High School Diploma, G.E.D. equivalency or High School Proficiency Certificate required. Child Development or Early Childhood Education units from an accredited college/university or ROP Training in a Child Development Program preferred.

Licenses, Certifications & Special Requirements:

Certification in pediatric first aid and 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, immunizations). 

1) All persons hired in this position will be required to take (on their own) and successfully complete (with at least a “C”) a minimum of six (6) units of Child Development (CD) or Early Childhood Education (ECE) at an accredited college or university within 12 months of employment.

2) Will assist in breaks and planning time for teacher and associate teacher, as needed.  This position may not be left alone supervising children unless person has at least 12 units of child development (CD) or early childhood education (ECE) at an accredited college or university.


Example of Major Functions:

The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the 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.

  • Assists in the instruction of the pre-school aged children;
  • Assist in implementing weekly lesson plans, which integrate activities that are developmentally appropriate for preschool children; that reflect Head Start curriculum and philosophy, and comply with the Performance Standards;
  • Aid  in developing and maintaining a safe and pleasing environment for the children which facilitates their ability to grow physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually;
  • Assists in administering the screening of each child using appropriate assessment tools but not the translating/interpreting of those assessments:
  • Assists in ensuring that daily hygiene needs are met by modeling such routines as tooth brushing, hand washing, use of the bathroom, and meal times;
  • Assists in ensuring the safety of the classroom as well as the outdoor playground;
  • Assist in providing emotional support and encourages high self-esteem in the children;
  • Participates in required training;
  • Administers first aid when needed;
  • Participates in center level case management meetings as needed;
  • Observes the development of IEP’s for children with special needs;
  • Assist with the preparation of monthly reports on attendance, excused absences, daily sign in/put sheets, in-kind and CCFP meal count;
  • May help with conducting home visits and parent/teacher conferences;
  • Participates in cross-component tasks; works with community resources to identify child/family needs and refer to proper resources for assistance;
  • Helps in the supervision of outdoor play environment and field trips;
  • Perform other duties as assigned. 

 

 

San Diego, CA 92114 2021-06-04 View
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