Job Title Agency Job Description Job Location Posted on Actions
Program Aide MAAC

This position works as an integral member of a team to assist in activities in the areas of the classroom, kitchen and bus services on an as needed basis. The position contains elements of the job descriptions of positions titled teacher assistant, classroom aide, bus aide, custodial aide and kitchen aide as well as requires the incumbent to perform some light cleaning duties. This classification typically works with developing children and/or children with special needs. The position may be assigned to various classrooms/centers/bus routes as deemed necessary for program operations. This position may receive content area technical support and training from the Center Director, Teacher, Bus Driver, Cook and /or Program Managers.

DEFINITION – Program Aide In Training_________________________________________________________

This position has been designed to enable individuals the opportunity to obtain hands-on experience, and an opportunity as an employee to participate, while working, in college level classes to enable them to meet MAAC’s education/experience requirements for the classification of Program Aide.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/CERTIFICATION

 

Program Aide

  • High School diploma or GED
  • Minimum of six (6) units in Child Development or Early Childhood Development.
  • Six (6) months of experience in a preschool classroom setting
  • Individuals hired and assigned to primarily work at a center assisting with food service will not be required to have units in child development or early childhood development
  • Valid CPR, First Aid, and Food Handlers certifications must be obtained within first two months (2) of employment and maintained throughout employment (paid, designated training available through MAAC). In the event employees do not attend the scheduled training, they must obtain the cards through outside resources and costs will not be reimbursed. The certifications must be obtained and maintained within prescribed timelines.
  • Bilingual (English / Spanish) speaking, reading, and writing preferred.

Program Aide In Training

  • High School diploma or GED
  • Minimum of three (3) units in Child Development or Early Childhood Development – must complete an additional three (3) units of child development courses within twelve (12) months of date of hire.   
  • Valid CPR, First Aid, and Food Handlers certifications must be obtained within first two months (2) of employment and maintained throughout employment (paid, designated training available through MAAC). 

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

San Marcos, CA 92069 2019-11-01 View
Human Resources & Safety Specialist Placer Community Action Council, Inc. - KidZCommunity

Mission Statement:

 

Our mission is to empower children and their families to maximize their full potential through opportunities for growth and change.

 

Professional Ethics:

 

At KidZCommunity, we subscribe to the Standards of Ethical Behavior as outlined in the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct.  All employees are expected to become familiar with the code and use it as a model for ethical and professional behavior.

           

Summary:

 

The Human Resources & Safety Specialist oversees the agency’s recruiting, staffing, onboarding, education, certification, safety, and worker’s compensation policies and procedures.  The HR Specialist oversees the company's recruiting programs, policies, and procedures to develop and utilize various sources of potential applicants to fulfill staffing needs. Supervises Reception.

 

Reporting Requirements:

 

The Human Resources & Safety Specialist reports to the Human Resources Director.

 

Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Status and Classification:

 

This is a full-time, full-year, exempt position.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Recruiting / On Boarding:

  • Research external and internal effective recruitment resources (ex. career fairs, social media, job boards, colleges, etc.). Build partnerships.
  • Develop knowledge and expertise in the education and certification requirements to specialize in hiring and staffing requirements (teachers, home visitors, family advocates,)
  • Organize and execute new employee onboarding.
  • Preparing, scheduling and delivering an overview for new staff or on-going as needed.
  • Creating and Updating New Staff / On-going Training Templates / Plans (Working with the Unit Managers).
  • Tracking and Updating Changes in Office 365 SharePoint / Planner.
  • Working with supervisors and managers to meet timelines for completion of training plans and maintain in HR.


 

Legal Compliance and Research:

  • Manages, tracks and administers state and federal leaves of absences for all staff and coordination of benefits with EDD.
  • Provide support for staff to file claims with EDD for paid family leave, disability and paid family benefits. Build partnership with EDD.
  • Consults with employees regarding their rights to specified state and federal leave of absences (FMLA, CFRA, ADAAA, PDL, etc.).
  • Consults with Human Resources Director regarding compliance and risk management regarding leave of absences to adhere to state, federal and local regulations.
  • Develop and maintain affirmative action programs, file EEO-1 report annually, and maintain other records, reports, and logs to conform to EEO regulations.
  • Manage and ensure the education, training and certification requirements for all staff meet the HS Performance Standards and Title 22 Licensing regulations.
  • Track and monitor completed college courses, training and certifications in OnePoint HCM. Prepare and submit Child Development Teaching Permits to Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
  • Ensures the compilation of annual Program Information Report (PIR) data and delivery as required.

 

Safety:

  • Facilitates the Safety Advisory and Emergency Preparedness Joint Sub-Committee.
  • Manages Workers’ Compensation claims and all associated communications. 
  • Ensures the compliance and maintenance of the Cal/OSHA Form 300 and Cal/OSHA Form 300 Appendix A for all centers and ensures postings as required.
  • Oversees the creation, delivery and implementation of employee safety incentive plan.  Monitors and reports plan effectiveness to Key Management and Human Resources Committee.
  • Conducts in-depth investigations and report findings and make recommendations to the Human Resources Director and Executive Director.
  • Provides on-going training as needed for IIPP, HIP, Safety Incentive, Hazard Communication and Emergency Preparedness Plans.
  • Designs improvement plans to reduce risk and liability claims.
  • Ensures the communication of timely, relevant safety information to staff.  Provide support and resources to staff.  Assist with quick and effective recovery programs that will allow staff to return to work in good health and safety.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Administrative:

  • Manage reception team, including scheduling, training and supervison


 

Knowledge:

 

  • Familiar with State of California Department of Social Services and Child Protective Services.
  • Human Resources management and federal and state employment laws that affect the employment relationship.
  • Performance Standards and other agency policies governing operations related to job duties, work performance and personal conduct.
  • Operation of common business software MS Office 365 (Word, Excel and Outlook) and HRIS System (ex. OnePoint HCM).

 

Language Ability:

 

  • Correct English including vocabulary, grammatical usage, spelling and punctuation.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.

 

Mathematical Ability:

 

  • Basic mathematical skills.
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in most common used units of measures, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.  Ability to compute rate, ration and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.

 

Other Abilities:

 

  • Generate reports from an HRIS System (ex. OnePoint HCM) and import into MS Excel, MS Word or Adobe Acrobat PDF.
  • Perform Human Resources essential duties with limited supervision.
  • Support Human Resources Unit on a daily basis.  
  • Strong communication skills and a professional demeanor.   
  • Must be able to work in a rapidly changing environment.
  • Good analytical skills
  • Positive problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Interpersonal and organizational skills are required.
  • Must be dependable and maintain excellent attendance and punctuality.

 

Experience:

 

Minimum three (3) years of human resources experience, expansive knowledge of labor law and human resources processes including staffing and staff development.

 


 

Education and Permit:

 

Minimum of an AA with emphasis on business related courses or a combination of experience and training that provides the required skills and abilities to perform the essential duties.  Must possess HRCI PHR or SPHR Certification or attain it within first year of hire.

 

Continuing Education:

 

Training as required

 

Physical Requirements and Work Conditions:

 

  • Physical Activity:  On a continuous basis, sit at a desk for long periods of time.  Intermittently, twist and reach office equipment; write or use keyboard to communicate through written means.  Lift up to 25 lbs.
  • Use of Senses:  Must show good listening skills and have the ability to successfully hear conversations, both live and on the telephone.  Good vision corrected if necessary.
  • Environmental Conditions:  The duties of this position are usually performed in a hazard-free indoor environment and occasionally outdoors in weather conditions.  The noise level is moderate.
  • Atmospheric Conditions:  No fumes, odors, dusts, smoke, gasses or poor ventilation.

 

Other Requirements:

 

  1. Department of Justice Fingerprint and child abuse index clearance.
  2. Post-offer physical examination; TB clearance; proof of immunization or immunity to pertussis and measles; and annual flu vaccination or signed declination.
  3. Valid Class C driver’s license, readily available and reliable transportation and minimum vehicle insurance as required by state law.
  4. Current Pediatric First Aid Certificate; current Infant/Child CPR Certificate.

 

Miscellaneous:

 

  • Optional participation in a minimum of two (2) civic events annually.

 

 

 

 

 

Auburn, CA 95603 2019-10-31 View
Preschool Center Manager Wu Yee Children Services

Summary of Position:

Working with the Center team, the Infant Toddler Associate Teacher creates a safe and nurturing environment that reflects the cultural values and diversity of the families served. Promotes the development and well-being of all children by providing consistent and responsive care.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Plans and implements developmentally appropriate curriculums for children ages 0-3 in collaboration with Center staff.
  • Ensures visual supervision of children at all times and maintains required teacher – child ratio in accordance with Early Head Start performance standards and CA Department of Education regulations.
  • Maintains a safe environment by monitoring daily activities, identifying challenges and needs for special family support and services.
  • Accurately and promptly completes required formal observations, ongoing screening, and assessment reports of children
  • Coordinates program requirements with staff, and maintains timely and accurate documentation of family/child records.
  • Communicates and records children’s developmental strengths, progress or needs to staff and families, accurately and timely. 
  • Conducts parent teacher conferences, home visits, case conferences, multi-disciplinary meetings and directs resource referrals.
  • Follows established health and safety procedures in the classroom, playground, restroom and kitchen areas. 
  • Models and teaches children appropriate social skills, health and hygiene practices, including tooth brushing, toilet training, hand washing, etc.
  • Encourages and promotes families’ participation in center activities, field trips, special events, and the Family Committee and Policy Council.
  • As required assumes Lead Teacher responsibilities and when necessary adjusts work schedule and work location to meet program needs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience/Skills Required:

  • Bilingual in English/Chinese or English/ Spanish preferred
  • One year+ experience working with children and family services
  • Experience working with diverse populations and low income families
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Knowledge of early childhood education and intervention
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds

Education:

  • Must have valid California Child Development Associate Teacher permit
  • Must have completed 3 Infant/Toddler units
  • AA degree with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education is a plus
San Francisco, CA 94133 2019-10-29 View
Resource and Referral Program Manager Wu Yee Children Services

Summary of Position:  

Lead, plan and implement the Resource and Referral program and ensure contract compliance with funders. Supervise program team in delivering quality client support and exceptional customer service. 

 

Primary Responsibilities Include:  

  • Manage day to day operations and site administration of all Resource and Referral programs and activities. 
  • Prepare and monitor annual program budget. 
  • Lead parent advocacy efforts. 
  • Collaborate with external partners to develop funding proposals, work plans and contract implementation. 
  • Create outreach plans to recruit participants. 
  • Develop internal and external partnerships to create and expand family and provider resources. 
  • Responsible for the integrity of the Resource and Referral database. 
  • Coordinate training efforts to meet contract obligations. 
  • Manages Community Care licensing relationship and regulations. 
  • Evaluate data to identify trends, determine needs and program efficacy. 
  • Partner with community agencies to provide workshops, events, and presentations to increase awareness of Wu Yee programs. 
  • Other duties as assigned.  

Knowledge/Experience/Skills Required:  

  • 5 years of paid experience working in childcare and family services for low income and diverse communities. 
  • 2 years of supervisory experience. 
  • Strong knowledge of San Francisco community resources. 
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. 
  • Must be able to work weekends and evenings as needed. 
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.   

Education Required:  

  • BA in Social Services or related field   
San Francisco, CA 94133 2019-10-29 View
Resource & Referral Specialist/ Data Analyst Wu Yee Children Services

Summary of Position: 

Create, communicate and report comprehensive data analysis used to identify affordable quality childcare programmatic trends. Maintain and develop database systems ensuring family and provider information is entered accurately and timely. Deliver technical support and training to staff, community, and family child care providers. 

 

Primary Responsibilities Include: 

· Serve as main point of contact for database vendor(s) technical support. 

· Ensure family and provider data is entered accurately and timely into database. 

· Install and upgrade database server and application tools. 

· Analyze, communicate and present program data to identify programmatic needs, barriers and trends. 

· Conduct database user trainings. 

· Utilize multiple database systems to recruit participants for R&R programs, build community relationships, develop outreach plans and conduct events. 

· Maintain and update provider referral files and records. 

· Create, gather and maintain informational resources for parents and providers. 

· Attend and coordinate offsite services with community partners including the Human Services Agency. 

· Provide written and verbal translations 

· Other duties as assigned 

 

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: 

· Bilingual in Chinese/English is required 

· Three years of database design and database management work experience 

· One year of data analysis work experience 

· Familiar with a main data manipulation languages (DML) and principles of database design 

· Must have experience working with diverse, low-income communities including monolingual speakers 

· Ability to work evenings and weekends and willingness to travel to all areas of San Francisco 

· Prior experience working in child development or human services field a plus 

· Must have strong organizational and research capability 

· Must have excellent training, presentation and verbal/written communication skills 

· Must be proficient in all Microsoft Office programs, strong Excel and statistical analysis 

· Must be a team player with ability to work independently 

· Knowledge of Child Care Licensing regulations and Early Childhood Education units a plus 

· One years’ experience working in child development or human services field a plus 

· Ability to bend and lift 50 pounds 

 

Education Required: 

Bachelor's degree in Data Science, Mathematics, Economics, Social Work  

San Francisco, CA 94133 2019-10-29 View
PSD Health Education Specialist - Contract San Bernardino County
PSD Health Education Specialist - Contract description image
 
The Preschool Services Department (PSD) is recruiting for Health Education Specialists who participate in all phases of PSD health programs which includes the planning and evaluation of health service functions and collecting and analyzing health data for children up to age five enrolled in PSD preschool programs. 

This is a Contract position for a 12-month assignment.
 
For more detailed information, refer to the PSD Health Education Specialist job description.
 
BENEFITS AND RETIREMENT
 
Click here to view the Preschool Services Department Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).  Refer to the PSD 12 Month Contract Benefits Summary (Download PDF reader) for more information on the benefits package this employment opportunity has to offer.
 
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
 
Background Investigation:  Selected applicants must pass a background investigation and verification of employment history. 

Pre-employment Physical:  Selected applicants must pass a pre-employment physical including a tuberculosis test and required immunizations (SB792).

Travel: Travel throughout the County is required. Employees are required to make provision for transportation and may be required to use personal vehicles.  At the time of hire, a valid California Class C driver license and proof of automobile liability insurance must be produced for the individual providing the transportation.

 

Minimum Requirements

Candidates must meet one of the following two options: 

OPTION 1
Education:
A Bachelor's degree in health science, health care administration, school health, nutrition, nursing or other health related field.

 - AND - 

Experience: 
One (1) year of (full-time equivalent) experience in a public health department, health service provider, or social services organization which involved collaborating with health professionals in providing service.

-OR-

OPTION 2
License:
Possession of a valid Licensed Vocational Nurse license issued by the State of California.

-AND-

Experience:

Two (2) years of (full-time equivalent) experience working in a social services organization with children ages 0-5 which involved collaborating with health professionals in providing services. 
 
REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION:  If qualifying under Option 1, a copy of legible transcripts (unofficial are acceptable) and copy of degree MUST be attached to your application or submitted by the filing deadline or if qualifying under Option 2, a copy of  valid Licensed Vocational Nurse license issued by the State of California MUST be attached to your application or submitted by the filing deadline  to: County of San Bernardino Human Resources-Employment Division, Attn: PSD Health Education Specialist-Contract, 157 W. Fifth Street, San Bernardino, CA 92415-0440, via fax to (909) 383-2394, or email to employment@hr.sbcounty.gov, Subject: PSD Health Education Specialist-Contract. Failure to provide the requested documents by the filing deadline may result in disqualification of the application.
 
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.
 

Apply At
www.sbcounty.gov/jobs
(909) 387-8304 - EEO/ADA

San Bernardino, CA 92415 2019-10-29 View
Infant Toddler Lead Teacher Wu Yee Children Services

Full Time – Non-Exempt/ Hourly

PLUS medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 403b retirement plan benefits.

Multiple position available throughout San Francisco!

Summary of Position:

Working with the Center Team, creates a safe and nurturing environment that reflects the cultural values and diversity of the families served. Promotes the development and well-being of all children by providing consistent and responsive care.  The Infant Toddler Lead Teacher develops and implements lesson plans, activities, best practices in classrooms and promotes family engagement. 

 

Primary Responsibilities Include:

  • Designs and adopts curriculums which expand developmental competencies based on child assessment data and school readiness goals.
  • Ensures visual supervision of children at all times and maintains required teacher – child ratio in accordance with Early Head Start performance standards and CA Department of Education regulations.
  • Maintains a safe and inclusive environment by monitoring daily activities, identifying challenges and needs for special family support and services.
  • Completes timely and accurate documentation of family/child records and portfolios.
  • Communicates children’s developmental strengths, progress or needs to staff and families.
  • Conducts parent teacher conferences, home visits, case conferences, multi-disciplinary meetings and directs resource referrals.
  • Follows established health and safety procedures in the classroom, playground, restroom and kitchen areas. 
  • Models and teaches children appropriate social skills, health and hygiene practices, including tooth brushing, toilet training, hand washing, etc.
  • Encourages and promotes families’ participation in center activities, field trips, special events, and the Family Committee and Policy Council.
  • When necessary adjusts work schedule and work location to meet program needs.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Conducts and oversees formal classrooms observations and assessments; creates action plans for program improvements.
  • Collaborates with the Center Manager on professional development plans for teaching staff.
  • Ensures IFSP/IEP goals are supported through integration in lesson plans and classroom routines.
  • Knowledge of the Program for Toddler Caregiving and Creative Curriculum for Toddlers, and Twos.

 

Experience/Skills Required:

  • Two years of teaching experience with young children
  • Experience working with diverse populations and low-income families
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Knowledge of early childhood education and intervention
  • Bilingual in either English/Chinese or English/ Spanish is a plus
  • Experience implementing developmental and age-appropriate curriculum
  • Occasional lifting up to 50 pounds

 

Education Required:

  • Must have a valid California Child Development Teacher permit
  • Must have an AA Degree with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education OR AA in relevant field required and 24 ECE units
  • Must have completed 6 Infant/Toddler Units
San Francisco, CA 94133 2019-10-29 View
Preschool Lead Teacher Wu Yee Children Services

 

Full Time- Non-Exempt/Hourly

PLUS medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 403b retirement plan benefits

Multiple positions available throughout San Francisco!

 

Summary of Position:

Working with the Center Team, creates a safe and nurturing environment that reflects the cultural values and diversity of the families served. Promotes the development and well-being of all children by providing consistent and responsive care.  The Preschool Lead Teacher develops and implements lesson plans, activities, best practices in classrooms and promotes family engagement. 

 

Primary Responsibilities Include:

  • Designs and adopts curriculums which expand developmental competencies, including dual language instruction based on child assessment data and school readiness goals.
  • Ensures visual supervision of children at all times and maintains required teacher – child ratio in accordance with Head Start performance standards and CA Department of Education regulations.
  • Maintains a safe and inclusive environment by monitoring daily activities, identifying challenges and needs for special family support and services.
  • Completes timely and accurate documentation of family/child records and portfolios.
  • Communicates children’s developmental strengths, progress or needs to staff and families.
  • Conducts and oversees formal classrooms observations and assessments; creates action plans for program improvements.
  • Collaborates with the Center Manager on professional development plans for teaching staff.
  • Ensures IFSP/IEP goals are supported through integration in lesson plans and classroom routines.
  • Conducts parent teacher conferences, home visits, case conferences, multi-disciplinary meetings and directs resource referrals.
  • Follows established health and safety procedures in the classroom, playground, restroom and kitchen areas. 
  • Models and teaches children appropriate social skills, health and hygiene practices, including tooth brushing, toilet training, hand washing, etc.
  • Encourages and promotes families’ participation in center activities, field trips, special events, and the Family Committee and Policy Council.
  • When necessary adjusts work schedule and work location to meet program needs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Experience/Skills Required:

  • Two years teaching experience with young children
  • Experience working with diverse populations and low income families
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Knowledge of early childhood education and intervention
  • Experience implementing developmental and age appropriate curriculum
  • Occasional lifting up to 50 pounds
  • Bilingual in English/Chinese is a plus
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish is a plus

 

Education Required:

  • Must have a valid California Child Development Teacher permit
  • Must have an AA Degree with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education OR AA in relevant field and 24 ECE units
  • In order to maintain position, must earn BA degree with emphasis in Early Childhood Education or related field within five years, in order to maintain position
San Francisco, CA 94133 2019-10-29 View
Preschool Associate Teacher Wu Yee Children Services

 

Full Time- Non-Exempt/Hourly

PLUS medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 403b retirement plan benefits.

Multiple positions available throughout San Francisco!

 

Summary of Position:

Working with the Center team, the Preschool Associate Teacher creates a safe and nurturing environment that reflects the cultural values and diversity of the families served. Promotes the development and well-being of all children by providing consistent and responsive care.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Plans and implements developmentally appropriate curriculum's for children ages 0-3 in collaboration with Center staff.
  • Ensures visual supervision of children at all times and maintains required teacher – child ratio in accordance with Early Head Start performance standards and CA Department of Education regulations.
  • Maintains a safe environment by monitoring daily activities, identifying challenges and needs for special family support and services.
  • Accurately and promptly completes required formal observations, ongoing screening, and assessment reports of children
  • Coordinates program requirements with staff, and maintains timely and accurate documentation of family/child records.
  • Communicates and records children’s developmental strengths, progress or needs to staff and families, accurately and timely. 
  • Conducts parent teacher conferences, home visits, case conferences, multi-disciplinary meetings and directs resource referrals.
  • Follows established health and safety procedures in the classroom, playground, restroom and kitchen areas. 
  • Models and teaches children appropriate social skills, health and hygiene practices, including tooth brushing, toilet training, hand washing, etc.
  • Encourages and promotes families’ participation in center activities, field trips, special events, and the Family Committee and Policy Council.
  • As required assumes Lead Teacher responsibilities and when necessary adjusts work schedule and work location to meet program needs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Knowledge/Experience/Skills Required:

  • Bilingual in English/Chinese or English/Spanish preferred
  • One year+ experience working with children and family services
  • Experience working with diverse populations and low income families
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Knowledge of early childhood education and intervention
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds

 

Education: 

  • Must have valid California Child Development Associate Teacher permit
San Francisco, CA 94133 2019-10-29 View
Infant/ Toddler Associate Teacher Wu Yee Children Services

Full Time - Non-Exempt/ Hourly

PLUS medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 403b retirement plan benefits

Multiple position available throughout San Francisco!

Summary of Position:

Working with the Center team, the Infant Toddler Associate Teacher creates a safe and nurturing environment that reflects the cultural values and diversity of the families served. Promotes the development and well-being of all children by providing consistent and responsive care.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Plans and implements developmentally appropriate curriculums for children ages 0-3 in collaboration with Center staff.
  • Ensures visual supervision of children at all times and maintains required teacher – child ratio in accordance with Early Head Start performance standards and CA Department of Education regulations.
  • Maintains a safe environment by monitoring daily activities, identifying challenges and needs for special family support and services.
  • Accurately and promptly completes required formal observations, ongoing screening, and assessment reports of children
  • Coordinates program requirements with staff, and maintains timely and accurate documentation of family/child records.
  • Communicates and records children’s developmental strengths, progress or needs to staff and families, accurately and timely. 
  • Conducts parent teacher conferences, home visits, case conferences, multi-disciplinary meetings and directs resource referrals.
  • Follows established health and safety procedures in the classroom, playground, restroom and kitchen areas. 
  • Models and teaches children appropriate social skills, health and hygiene practices, including tooth brushing, toilet training, hand washing, etc.
  • Encourages and promotes families’ participation in center activities, field trips, special events, and the Family Committee and Policy Council.
  • As required assumes Lead Teacher responsibilities and when necessary adjusts work schedule and work location to meet program needs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Experience/Skills Required:

  • Bilingual in English/Chinese or English/ Spanish preferred
  • One year+ experience working with children and family services
  • Experience working with diverse populations and low income families
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Knowledge of early childhood education and intervention
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds

 

Education:

  • Must have valid California Child Development Associate Teacher permit
  • Must have completed 3 Infant/Toddler units
San Francisco, CA 94133 2019-10-29 View
Early Head Start Home Base Teacher - Contract San Bernardino County

The Preschool Services Department (PSD) is recruiting for Early Head Start Home Base Teachers who provide teaching instruction to children aged 0 to 3 years old, family engagement, and parent education opportunities within the family's home and at a Head Start site. Teachers develop and provide individual education, nutritional and health/safety activities during home visits and socializations; conduct developmental and social emotional assessments; and attend staff and parent committee meetings. 

These are 12 month contract positions. 

Minimum Requirements:
 
Child Development Permit:  Possess a valid CA Child Development Associate Teacher Permit (or higher level permit) issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). For information on permit requirements, go to http://www.ctc.ca.gov/.
 
Required Documentation:  A copy of the required valid CA Child Development Associate Teacher Permit (or higher level permit) must be attached to your application or submitted to: County of San Bernardino Human Resources-Employment Division, 157 W. Fifth Street, San Bernardino, CA 92415-0440, Attn: PSD Early Head Start Home Base Teacher-Contract, via fax to (909) 383-2394, or email to employment@hr.sbcounty.gov, Subject: Early Head Start Home Base Teacher. Failure to provide the requested documents at the time of application submittal may result in disqualification of the application.
San Bernardino, CA 92415 2019-10-29 View
Head Start/State Preschool Teacher - Contract San Bernardino County


The Preschool Services Department (PSD) is recruiting for Head Start/State Preschool Teachers who provide teaching instruction and supervision to pre-school age children at a Head Start site or home-based program.  Teachers may develop and provide educational, nutritional, and health/safety activities; conduct home visits; attend staff and parent committee meetings, and supervise teacher aides.

These are contract positions to work approximately 9 to 12 months per year.

Applicants must meet one of the following options:
 
OPTION 1:
Education:  A completed/awarded Associate's degree (or higher) from an accredited university or college in Early Childhood Education/Child Development, Education, Home Economics, Music, Art, Library Science, Physical Education & Recreation, Psychology, Family Studies, or other Early Childhood Education/Development related fields.
 
- AND -

Child Development Permit: 
Possess a valid CA Child Development Teacher Permit (or higher level permit) issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). For information on permit requirements, go to http://www.ctc.ca.gov/. Applicants who possess a Children's Center Permit may also qualify under this option.

 
- OR -

OPTION 2:
Single/Multiple Subject Teaching Credential: Must possess a valid CA Single or Multiple Subject Teaching Credential (which includes preschool) issued by the CTC. Applicants qualifying under this option requirement must show completion of 9 semester (15 quarter) units of Early Childhood Education/Child Development coursework which includes a Family, Child & Community course.

--OR--


OPTION 3:
Current Employees of the San Bernardino County Preschool Services Department:  ONLY current PSD employees may qualify under this option if they meet all of the following:  A) Possess a valid CA Child Development Associate Teacher permit issued by the CTC, B) Are currently attending school to obtain an Associate's degree in one of the fields listed above for Education in Option 1 (proof of enrollment required), and C) Obtain an approved waiver from the PSD Administrative Office.



REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION:
Option 1: A copy of the required valid CA Child Development Teacher Permit (or higher level permit) and a legible copy of transcripts (unofficial are accepted) AND a copy of the degree.
Option 2: A copy of the required valid CA Single/Multiple Subject Credential and legible copy of transcripts (unofficial are accepted) indicating required ECE/CD coursework.
Option 3: A copy of the required valid CA Child Associate Teacher Permit and a legible copy of transcripts (unofficial are accepted) with proof of current enrollment. Your name must currently be included on the approved waiver list.

Required documentation must be attached to your application or submitted to: County of San Bernardino Human Resources-Employment Division, 157 W. Fifth Street, San Bernardino, CA 92415-0440, Attn: Head Start/State Preschool Teacher-Contract, via fax to (909) 383-2394, or email to employment@hr.sbcounty.gov, Subject: Head Start/State Preschool Teacher. Failure to provide the requested documents at the time of application submittal may result in disqualification of the application.
San Bernardino, CA 92415 2019-10-29 View
PSD Teacher Aide II - Contract San Bernardino County
The Preschool Services Department (PSD) is recruiting for Teacher Aides II who review lesson plans with teachers; assist with learning experiences; attend team meetings to learn new procedures; observe and report on the progress of children; document disabilities; report suspected child abuse; communicate with staff, parents, and children; serve food; and assist children with activities such as dressing and toileting.
 
These are contract positions to work approximately 9 to 12 months per year.
 
Applicants must meet one of the following options:
 
Option 1:  Possess a valid CA Child Development Associate Teacher Permit (or higher level permit) issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). For information on permit requirements, go to www.ctc.ca.gov.
 
-OR-
 
Option 2:  Possess a completed/awarded Associate's degree (or higher) from an accredited university or college which must include six (6) semester (9 quarter) core units of completed college coursework in Early Childhood Education (ECE) or Child Development (CD).
 
REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION: 
Option 1: A copy of the required valid CA Child Development Associate Teacher Permit (or higher level permit).
Option 2: A legible copy of transcripts (unofficial are accepted) AND a copy of the degree.

Required documentation must be attached to your application or submitted to: County of San Bernardino Human Resources-Employment Division, 157 W. Fifth Street, San Bernardino, CA 92415-0440, Attn: PSD Teacher Aide II-Contract, via fax to (909) 383-2394, or email to employment@hr.sbcounty.gov, Subject.: PSD Teacher Aide II-Contract. Failure to provide the requested documents at the time of application submittal will result in disqualification of the application.
San Bernardino, CA 92415 2019-10-29 View
Resource Teacher Wu Yee Children Services

Full Time- Non-Exempt/Hourly

PLUS medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 403b retirement plan benefits

Multiple positions available throughout San Francisco!

Summary of Position:

Working with the Center team, the Resource Teacher creates a safe and nurturing environment that reflects the cultural values and diversity of the families served. Promotes the development and well-being of all children by providing consistent and responsive care.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Supports the implementation and planning of developmentally appropriate curriculums for children (0-5) in collaboration with Center staff.
  • Ensures visual supervision of children at all times and maintains required teacher – child ratio in accordance with Early Head Start/Head Start performance standards and CA Department of Education regulations.
  • Maintains a safe environment by monitoring daily activities, identifying challenges and needs for special family support and services.
  • Accurately and promptly completes required formal observations, ongoing screening, and assessment reports of children
  • Coordinates program requirements with staff, and maintains timely and accurate documentation of family/child records.
  • Communicates and records children’s developmental strengths, progress or needs to staff and families, accurately and timely. 
  • Follows established health and safety procedures in the classroom, playground, restroom and kitchen areas. 
  • Models and teaches children appropriate social skills, health and hygiene practices, including tooth brushing, toilet training, hand washing, etc.
  • Encourages and promotes families’ participation in center activities, field trips, special events, and the Family Committee and Policy Council.
  • As required and when necessary adjusts work schedule and work site location to meet program needs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Knowledge/Experience/Skills Required:

  • One year+ experience working with children and family services
  • Minimum six months of teaching experience
  • Experience working with diverse populations and low income families
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Knowledge of early childhood education and intervention
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds

 

Education:

  • Must have valid California Child Development Associate Teacher permit
San Francisco, CA 94133 2019-10-29 View
Site Supervisor Child Development Resources

Under the direct supervision of the early childhood assistant manager, the site supervisor shall be responsible to:

 

  1. Implement at center level, the service area plans consistent with Performance Standards, legislation and regulations, and requirements of the funding source.
  2. Provide direct supervision, guidance, leadership, coaching, technical assistance, and conduct timely performance reviews of teachers, center aides, cooks and assistant cooks. Indirectly provide guidance and technical assistance as needed to other center staff. (i.e. assistant teachers, classroom aides).
  3. Engage in the promotion of staff development and continuous learning through training, observation, reflective supervision, and coaching.
  4. Conduct regular center staff meetings for group planning, and problem solving. Ensure preparation of agenda and transcribing of meeting minutes.
  5. Coordinates schedules of center staff to ensure required classroom coverage is maintained. Substitute in the classroom, when necessary.
  6. Plan, organize and oversee implementation of a curriculum that is developmentally, culturally and linguistically appropriate.
  7. In collaboration with center staff; coordinate the ordered arrangement, appearance, decor, and learning environment of the classroom and center. Including housekeeping, planning, and preparation of classroom.
  8. Coordinate monthly case management meetings with center staff.
  9. Prepare and submit all required reports by designated timelines.  For example, petty cash/PAF and end of month reports.
  10. Maintain records required by community care licensing.
  11. Monitor, implement and ensure adherence to program confidentiality policy.
  12. Review and analyze reports and records related to the operation and delivery of educational services.
  13. In conjunction with center staff, coordinate orientation of parents to program philosophy, policies and procedures. 
  14. In coordination with family service staff, ensure Parent Committee is actively involved in center activities.
  15. Plan and implement methods of establishing a positive liaison with parents, program staff and the community-at-large in collaboration with center staff.
  16. Ensure the active participation and involvement of parents in the educational program planning process.
  17. Attend all required meetings, training, pre-services, and in-services as required.
  18. Conduct routine inspections of center facilities for health, safety, fire and occupancy compliance.
  19. Facilitate conflict resolution and complaint procedure. Maintain appropriate documentation and keep early childhood assistant manager apprised of status.
  20. Transport children in own vehicle when necessary.
  21. When assisting with class coverage, contribute to a healthy and successful nutrition program by eating center prepared meals with the children.
  22. Other duties as assigned.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS

 

Required Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree with coursework equivalent to a major relating to early childhood education (ECE).
  • Possession of a current state-awarded child development site supervisor permit. (Must be renewed prior to expiration and maintained active as a condition of employment.) 
  • Minimum of four (4) years’ recent paid successful preschool teaching experience with at least two (2) years of staff supervision.

 

Preferred Criteria: Bilingual (English/Spanish) skills. Bachelor’s or master’s degree in Child Development, ECE or *related field.

 

*Related fields are defined as: Liberal arts, general education, psychology, sociology, home economics, nutrition, special education, or health education, and with coursework equivalent to a major in early childhood education. Required courses include child/human growth & development, child/family & community, programs/curriculum, and three units supervised field experience.

 

Knowledge and Abilities: Ability to read, write and speak the English language fluently. Ability to write clearly, concisely, and descriptively. Knowledge of Windows environment and applications such as Word and Excel. Knowledge of adult learning strategies, early childhood development and developmentally appropriate curriculum, materials, learning environments, and teaching strategies. Ability to implement a developmental and culturally appropriate early childhood program. Ability to provide leadership and stability to center staff for program continuity. Ability to exercise sound judgment and initiative. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with staff, clients and other professionals. Sensitive to multicultural beliefs and practices and ability to relate to children/parents/community. Sensitive to the needs of low-income families. Ability to work with high-risk families and provide for necessary support. Ability to maintain the strictest confidentiality.

 

Physical Abilities Required: Ability to see at normal distance and hear normal conversations and sounds. Physical ability to bend, squat, sit on floor, skip, run, and climb stairs, as part of daily center activities. Use hands and fingers to fill out required forms on regular and NCR paper. Ability to safely lift or assist children weighing up to 40 pounds in emergency situations only. Ability to safely drive own or company vehicle.

 

License or Other Requirements: Must have access to a dependable auto with appropriate insurance coverage and equipped with seat belts and possess a valid California driver’s license. Must hold or obtain Infant First Aid and CPR certificate and update as required. Must submit to a job-pertinent agency-paid pre-employment physical examination, negative tuberculosis test and criminal record background check. Employment is conditional pending satisfactory results of all required tests and background checks. Periodic physical examinations and TB clearances will be required if hired.

 

Other: A salary increase or pay decrease may be instituted should a site supervisor be transferred from a center with less than 40 children to a center with 40 or more children and vice versa.

Oxnard, CA 93036 2019-10-28 View
Resource Clerk MAAC

Under direct supervision, will perform clerical duties to support the implementation of the Head Start Performance Standards as assigned.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

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 class.

  • Perform high level word processing duties
  • Maintain filing system for correspondence, forms, reports, records, etc.
  • Perform data entry to include in-kind, attendance, meal counts, etc. as assigned
  • Maintain accurate records and reports
  • Type and translate letters, reports, forms from rough draft, copy and distribute as necessary
  • Maintain inventory of materials and equipment for assigned service areas and sites
  • Fill supply orders for sites and areas assigned
  • Operate a variety of office equipment, such as computers, electric typewriters, calculators, fax machines, copiers
  • Attend some evening, weekend meeting, conferences, trainings
  • Attend mandated training programs, conferences, meetings, to include annual Child Abuse Identification and Reporting training
  • Assist clerical support staff as needed
  • Performs other related duties as assigned

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/CERTIFICATION

  • High School diploma or GED  
  • Two (2) years of experience/education or combination in clerical/office fields
  • Twelve (12) months hands-on work experience and/or accredited training/education
  • Bilingual (English / Spanish) speaking, reading, and writing required
Escondido, CA 92025 2019-10-28 View
Center Director or Center Director In Training MAAC

DEFINITION – Center Director

Under direction, plans, develops, implements and supervises program operations for an assigned Head Start or Early Head Start (EHS) center(s); monitors and ensures center operations are in conformance with MAAC policies and procedures, licensing regulations, Health and Safety Standards and service area plans.  Participates in implementation of age appropriate curriculum and ongoing monitoring of children’s cognitive and physical development. Monitors and ensures recruitment and enrollment activities, family development plans and parent participation and overall parent satisfaction.  Coordinates and participates in activities of parent committees; compiles and submits site reports; and performs related duties as assigned.

DEFINITION – Center Director In Training

This position has been designed to enable individuals, qualified pursuant to Title 22 regulations, the opportunity to obtain hands-on experience to enable them to meet MAAC’s experience requirements for the classification of Center Director. Incumbents in this classification are limited to a maximum of a two (2) year term (appointments may be made for a shorter period of time); at the conclusion of which the incumbent may be considered for a position as a Center Director. The incumbent, under direction, plans, develops, implements and supervises program operations for an assigned Head Start or Early Head Start (EHS) center(s); monitors and ensures center operations are in conformance with MAAC policies and procedures, licensing regulations, Health and Safety Standards and service area plans.  Participates in implementation of age appropriate curriculum and ongoing monitoring of children’s cognitive and physical development. Monitors and ensures recruitment and enrollment activities, family development plans and parent participation and overall parent satisfaction.  Coordinates and participates in activities of parent committees; compiles and submits site reports; and performs related duties as assigned.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

Child Development Program Center Directors are responsible for planning, implementing and providing day-to-day supervision of the educational programs and operations of an assigned Head Start/EHS center, typically with two or more classrooms/program options. Incumbents are accountable for providing children with a safe, nurturing, engaging and secure learning environment that gives them the awareness, skills and confidence to succeed in their present environment and in later school life. Incumbents are also responsible for ensuring delivery of Head Start and community support services to families and for compliance with all applicable policies, procedures, service area plans and state licensing requirements, including those applicable to health, safety and fire regulations. Center Directors are also accountable for the timely completion of all center reporting and the preparation and maintenance of up-to-date children’s files. Duties and responsibilities are carried out with considerable independence within the framework of established policies, procedures and guide­lines.

Education/Experience/Certification

Center Director

A typical way of demonstrating the knowledge, skills and abilities outlined above is graduation from a four-year college or university with a BA/BS with a major in early childhood education, child development or a closely related field which includes 15 semester units in child development [12 CORE units],  3 units in administration or staff relations and six (6) units of Infant/Toddler; and at least four (4) years of progressively responsible teaching experience in a Head Start or child development program, at least one (1) of which was in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

 

A child care Center Director shall complete 15 hours of health and safety training if necessary pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 1596.866 of Title 22 which provides: (a) In addition to any other required training, at least one director or teacher at each day care center…shall have at least 15 hours of training on preventive health practices and 1 hour of training in nutrition.

 

  • BA/BS in Child Development or a related field including six (6) units of Infant/Toddler
  • A valid State of California Child Development Permit at the Site Supervisor or Program Director permit is required.

 

Center Director In Training

A typical way of demonstrating the knowledge, skills and abilities outlined above is graduation from a four-year college or university with a BA/BS with a major in early childhood education, child development or a closely related field which includes 15 semester units in child development [12 CORE units],  3 units in administration or staff relations and six (6) units of Infant/Toddler (hiring with three (3) units is allowable provided the incumbent obtains the additional three (3) units of Infant/Toddler within a six (6) month period of time); and at least two (2) years of progressively responsible teaching experience in a Head Start or child development program, at least one (1) year of which was in a coaching, lead or supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. A valid State of California Child Development Permit at the Site Supervisor level is required.

 

A Center Director in Training shall complete 15 hours of health and safety training if necessary pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 1596.866 of Title 22 which provides: (a) In addition to any other required training, at least one director or teacher at each day care center…shall have at least 15 hours of training on preventive health practices, and 1 hour of training in nutrition.

 

  • BA/BS in Child Development or a related field including six (6) units of Infant/Toddler
  • A valid State of California Child Development Permit at the Site Supervisor or Program Director permit is required.
Oceanside, CA 92056 2019-10-28 View
Family Service Advocate MAAC

Under supervision, the Family Service Advocate (FSA) will develop and maintain relationships with families and ensure that they receive comprehensive services through their participation in the program.  Comprehensive services include, but are not limited to, health and social services, disabilities, early childhood education and care services, and a range of parent development training opportunities at the site.  Service to families is a collaborative effort among all center staff.  The incumbent is also responsible for conducting community outreach efforts to identify and develop relationships with community-based organizations that provide other needed services to families.  Incumbents will also be required to comply with all Head Start, MAAC and other programmatic requirements. Incumbents may be assigned to an alternative work site based on the needs of the program and will be monitored by and receive training and technical assistance from the Health, Social Service and other Managers.

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

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/CERTIFICATION

  • Associate of Arts Degree AND twelve (12) college semester units in Social and/or Health Education AND two (2) years of Head Start or related family support resource program experience that demonstrates working with adults in a social/health setting; experience working with children and families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
  • A Family Development Credential (FDC) is required within eighteen (18) months of hire/placement in this classification.
  • Bilingual (English / Spanish) speaking, reading, and writing required
  • Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Outlook including email, word processing, spreadsheet, database (such as ChildPlus) and other standard business software
  • Must have and maintain a valid California Driver’s License, daily use of a personal, insured vehicle, and have and maintain a motor vehicle driving record acceptable to MAAC’s insurance carrier. 
Fallbrook, CA 92028 2019-10-28 View
Program Assistant Front Office, Bilingual Required North Coast Opportunities

Head Start Child Development Program

Recruiting for Ukiah

 

Program Assistant I-II Front Office

$ 14.90-$18.00/hr DOQ. Bilingual Required.

Open Until Filled EOE

 

For full job description details & req app go to www.ncoinc.org/about-us/jobs or call 707-467-3200 x 302 or 331.

Ukiah, CA 95482 2019-10-25 View
Interim Early Head Start Education, Nutrition Manager and Center Director Through the Looking Glass

 

Job Announcement

Through the Looking Glass (TLG) is looking for an Interim Early Head Start Education, Nutrition Manager and Center Director for its small Early Head Start Program in Alameda County. TLG is a Berkeley based and internationally recognized program serving children and families with disabilities. This is an opportunity to help further develop a unique program for serving parents, children and families with and without disabilities in Early Head Start.

Title:

Interim Early Head Start Education, Nutrition Manager and Center Director

Program:

TLG Early Head Start Program

Reports To:

Executive Director /Early Head Start Director

Benefits:

TLG offers a comprehensive benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, FSA with Dependent Care, Commuter & Parking Benefits, Long-term disability, Life insurance, Paid time off and Paid holidays.

 

WORK SCHEDULE: Full-time, Monday-Friday. Occasional evening or weekend meetings, out of area conferences for training. Travel, including possible overnight stays, associated with training.

 

JOB SUMMARY

Manage the provision of high-quality education and nutrition services and direct the Early Head Start Center for 22 children. Collaborate with community partners and other TLG EHS staff, including a nutrition consultant.  Ensure compliance with the Head Start Performance Standards, the Head Start Act and other applicable regulations including the Child and Adult Care Food Program. Refine and maintain comprehensive recordkeeping and reporting systems.

 

TRAINING OPPORTUNITY

The EHS program offers frequent training opportunities.  TLG has trained more than 225,000 professionals in the U.S. and internationally regarding children and families with disabilities, child development, infant/parent relationships, etc.; many of its staff provide training or consultation.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree required. Social Work, Psychology, Child Development or Education related field, preferred.
  • Advanced training, continuing education, and at least four years of experience in early childhood education, including infants and toddlers.
  • Management experience in Early Head Start or Head Start
  • Minimum of two years of recordkeeping and organizational experience, preferably in a collaborative and culturally diverse work environment.
  • Minimum of two years of experience in supervision or management, planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating programs or projects.
  • Child Development Site Supervisor or Program Director Permit required.

 

 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Computer training and/or documented proficiency with popular word processing, spreadsheet and database software; experience with and/or training in Microsoft Office products particularly Word, Excel and Access is preferred.
  • Valid driver's license
  • Current Criminal, Child Abuse and FBI clearances.
  • Physical ability to perform essential job functions.
  • Physical examination upon employment and within every fifteen (15) months thereafter.
  • Tuberculosis test upon employment and within every twenty-five (25) months thereafter.
  • Job-related training, as assigned.

 

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES

 Education

  • In collaboration with the Center Site Supervisor/Head Teacher, ensure compliance with Community Care Licensing Standards.
  • Monitor and ensure compliance with Head Start Performance Standards and CACFP regulations.
  • Collaborate with the Center Site Supervisor/Head Teacher to ensure curriculum fidelity and alignment with the Early Learning Outcomes Framework, obtaining input from parents.
  • In collaboration with the Disabilities Manager, coordinate disabilities services and monitor classroom accommodations specified in infant and toddler Individualized Family Service Plans.
  • Observe in classrooms and provide supervision and evaluation of teachers
  • Analyze developmental progress of children, aggregating data from teachers using DRDP Tech, and producing periodic School Readiness Reports which identify progress on goals and priorities for teacher training
  • Assist individual teachers in identifying their training needs and improving their knowledge and abilities.
  • Assist in recruiting and orienting volunteers and new teaching staff, providing them with orientation and guidance.
  • Complete and submit required reports to the EHS Director, Board of Directors, and Policy Council in a timely and accurate fashion.
  • Ensure coaching is scheduled regularly in the classroom for teacher support.

 Nutrition/Food Program

  • In collaboration with the Nutrition Consultant, monitor all Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and food service activities to ensure compliance with CACFP and Head Start regulations; establish and maintain required data and monitoring reports.
  • Act as Civil Rights Coordinator for the CACFP
  • Monitor and evaluate the work of contracted Nutrition Consultant.
  • Coordinate nutrition services.

 Program Operations

  • Engage in planning with other members of the EHS management team to ensure best practices and continued quality improvement.
  • Assist with the annual program Self-Assessment and any federal onsite review process, focused on, but not limited to, education and nutrition services; report on strengths, recommendations, required improvements; implement improvements and recommendations; incorporate into program planning process.
  • As needed, revise and/or recommend EHS, education and nutrition services policies and procedures to ensure compliance with Head Start Performance Standards, the Head Start Act, and other relevant regulations; oversee the implementation of approved policies and procedures.
  • Represent EHS on interagency community groups as needed.
  • Report suspected child abuse or neglect; explain to families the program's legal mandate to report suspected child abuse and neglect.
  • Assist in the design and implementation of efficient communications, documentation and data management systems.
  • Support all research activities; implement program improvement strategies as indicated.
  • Attend all required training and professional growth opportunities offered by the program and maintain professional licensure and certification as required.
  • Perform all other tasks, as assigned.

 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES

Knowledge of the following:

  • Head Start Performance Standards, the Head Start Act, Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework, and other applicable regulations and laws.
  • Relevant California regulations and their application, including mandated reporting, food service, sanitation, and nutrition regulations and their application, especially the Child and Adult Care Food Program.
  • The Microsoft Office Suite, including, but not limited to, Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, and Publisher components.
  • Knowledge of Child Plus and DRDP On-Line preferred

Skill in the following:

  • Building and working within complex management and services delivery systems collaboratively with other members of the EHS team.
  • Excellent oral communication skills with individuals, families and groups.
  • Excellent writing skills for use in production of reports, work plans, and other documents, as well as use in communicating with a variety of individuals and groups.
  • Using a keyboard and personal computer.
  • Building and maintaining positive and respectful relationships.
  • Utilizing a database, including aggregating and analyzing assessment data to determine child outcomes and develop school readiness goals and periodic reports.

 Ability to do the following:

  • Establish and maintain effective, collaborative partnerships with staff, parents, grantee staff, and community agencies.
  • Take a developmental approach to motivate and empower adults.
  • Collect, organize, analyze and process information quickly and efficiently.
  • Be creative, resourceful, constructive and flexible.
  • Demonstrate respect for individuals and groups with varied cultural, racial, ethnic, disability, religious, and linguistic identities or backgrounds.
  • Project a positive image of the program and the agency.
  • Identify and meet goals, objectives, outcomes and timelines within broad parameters and work independently of direct supervision.
  • Maintain confidentiality and a professional demeanor at all times.

Through the Looking Glass is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Visit our website for more information about TLG: www.lookingglass.org

To apply please fax or email resumes, with cover letters, to Through the Looking Glass

Contact: Megan Kirshbaum, Ph.D., Re: Education Manager Position. Email: hr@lookingglass.org

Keywords: Early Head Start; Early Childhood Education; Early Head Start Education, Nutrition Manager and Center Director

Berkeley, CA 94703 2019-10-25 View
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