Job Title Agency Job Description Job Location Posted on Actions
Substitute Associate Teacher Options for Learning

Work with 3 & 4 year old children in a half-day/school year Head Start program using High/Scope Curriculum. Head Start offers comprehensive early childhood education, health, nutrition services to foster stable family relationships, enhance children's physical and emotional well-being, and develop strong cognitive skills. Extensive parent participation and support services are also provided.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Child Development Associate Teacher Permit, or AA or BA degree in early childhood education
  • Six months experience working with children.
  • Ability to correctly and effectively communicate in written and oral English.
San Gabriel Valley Area, CA 91724 2018-12-31 View
Infant/Toddler Care Teacher Options for Learning

Work with infants and toddlers in a full-day/full-year Early Head Start program using High/Scope Curriculum in small groups, following a continuum of care.

Join our Early Head Start team of Care Teachers and help:

  • Promote healthy prenatal outcomes for pregnant women. 
  • Enhance the development of very young children birth to age 3. 
  • Promote healthy family functioning. 
  • Enhance children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Child Development Associate Teacher Permit (http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/CREDS/child-dev-permits.html)
  • Minimum three semester units related to Infant and Toddler development with a passing grade of “C” or better
  • Eighteen months work experience in a licensed infant/toddler or preschool center
  • Current certification in Pediatric CPR, Pediatric First Aid and Preventive Health.
Covina, CA 91724 2018-12-31 View
Substitute Teacher Options for Learning

Work with 3 & 4 year old children in a half-day/school year Head Start program using High/Scope Curriculum.  Head Start offers comprehensive early childhood education, health, nutrition services to foster stable family relationships, enhance children's physical and emotional well-being, and develop strong cognitive skills.  Extensive parent participation and support services are also provided.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Child Development Teacher Permit.
  • Three semester units in administration, with a passing grade of “C” or better.
  • AA/BA degree in Child Development or related field.**
  • Four years teaching experience.
  • Current certification in Pediatric CPR (yearly), Pediatric First Aid (yearly) and Preventive Health which is acceptable to Community Care Licensing (Health and Safety code 1596.866).
  • Ability to correctly and effectively communicate in written and oral English.
San Gabriel Valley Area, CA 91724 2018-12-31 View
Education Manager Kai Ming Head Start

 

KAI MING, INC.

JOB DESCRIPTION

 

 

 

Position Title: Education Manager

 

Classification: Full time and exempt

 

Report to: Program Director

 

Supervised Position: Early Learning Coach

 

Organization: Kai Ming, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides free full-day full-year and full-day part-year Head Start and Early Head Start services to eligible children ages 0-5 years old in San Francisco, CA with funding from Head Start, the California Department of Education, First 5 San Francisco and San Francisco Office of Early Care & Education.

 

Job: This position is responsible for the early childhood education and inclusion services of the Kai Ming Head Start program and reports to the Program Director. This includes working to develop an early childhood education curriculum and providing educational resources for staff and parents, ensuring compliance with performance standards and recognized best practices in the field of early childhood education. The position ensures the education and child development services are supported by staff/consultants with training and experience in areas that include the theories and principles of child growth and development, early childhood education and family support. As the leader of educational services within the program, the Education Manager guides curriculum and program planning, development, and training. The Education Manager is a leader focused on learning and plays a crucial role in supporting School Readiness for all children. In addition, under the general supervision of the Program Director, the Education Manager works with children and their families enrolled in the program with disabilities in an effort to coordinate available resources and ensure that enrolled children are receiving maximum and appropriate services in a timely manner.

 

Essential Duties:

 

Early Childhood Education

  • Ensure qualified classroom staff.
  • Ensure implementation of quality education and child development services.
  • Ensure learning environment is conducive to the optimal development of preschool children.
  • Monitor and oversee implementation/completion of all activities, reports and documentation according to program, agency, funder, and licensing requirements (i.e. child observation forms, conferences, home visits reports, etc).
  • Work in partnership with parents of enrolled children.
  • Work in partnership with colleagues to enhance program quality.
  • Prepare all documentation in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Participate in staff development activities as required.
  • Report all incidents of suspected child abuse and neglect to supervisor immediately, following all funders, agency and licensing guidelines.
  • Administer and supervise the work of site level personnel.
  • Develop an annual education plan and implement the standards, policies, and procedures of federal and State regulations.
  • Train and develop teaching staff and supervise staff in daily program implementation.
  • Provide feedback in regards to the performance of site level personnel and the results of their efforts on child outcomes. 
  • Identify education training needs and resources to ensure the development of a competent staff.
  • Coordinate the development of a comprehensive education program.
  • Conduct an annual self assessment of program progress.
  • Help represent the work of the education area publicly.
  • Serve on community committee.
  • Possess thorough knowledge of the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) and its application and outcomes.
  • Be CLASS certified (or capable of becoming CLASS certified).
  • Be experienced in child assessment, analysis, and individualization applications; curriculum design and various forms of measurement.
  • Be skilled at supervising and managing staff; and in observing, assessing, and remediating teacher performance..
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Inclusion, Mental Health and Disability

  • Plan and implement the Mental Health/Disabilities area of the Head Start Program.
  • Make on-site visits to each classroom at individual sites to help identify children with disabilities and to ensure these children are receiving necessary services.
  • Attend the Health Advisory Committee meetings and utilize the committee in the planning, implementation and evaluation of the mental health/disabilities content area.
  • Promote team cooperation in the provisions of mental health and disability services to Head Start children.
  • Assist the Health and Nutrition Manager and Head Start Program Director in the organization of the Health Advisory Committee and in utilizing the committee in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the mental health and disability content areas.
  • Promote, in conjunction with other service area staff, active parent involvement in the Mental Health and Disability program and assure that the education program meets the child’s needs.
  • In conjunction with other service area staff, assist the families in assuming the primary responsibility for their own care and linking the child and their family into ongoing mental health and disabilities services.
  • Maintain up-to-date requirements and regulations of local, state, and federal agencies.
  • Maintain and update data of individual mental health and disability records on each child in the assigned area as to what services are needed and received.
  • Assist teachers, administrative staff, and parents in the coordination of follow-up mental health and disability services.
  • Oversee the process of assisting parents in setting up appointments for screenings and follow-up.
  • Work closely with the Local Education Agency (LEA) in setting up Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings for child and parent.
  • Ensure that all appointments relative to services being offered are kept
  • Train personnel regarding conditions and job requirements necessary for specialized care and observation when needed.
  • Coordinate with other service area staff, assist in interpreting the diagnosis to the teaching staff and parents, and support the education program in ensuring that it meets the child’s needs.
  • Conduct regular interactions with staff, health care professionals, children, and families to ensure streamlined referrals and services follow up.
  • Inspect and evaluate classrooms, playgrounds, and buildings for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance.
  • In conjunction with other service area staff, compile and analyze data on the effectiveness of the mental health and disabilities services area.
  • In conjunction with department staff, update the annual Head Start Services Plan and compile information for the Program Information Report (PIR).
  • Review the Copies of the Ages and Stages Questionnaire and other screening and assessment instruments completed by the classroom staff and ensure that parents receive the results at the center conference or home visit
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Head Start Executive Director and Program Director.

 

Qualifications: Kai Ming is looking for an experienced, qualified professional who will have the functional responsibility for both educational and inclusion components of the program working with other service staff to integrate key programmatic components. This includes ensuring educational standards are implemented and maintained, supervisory report preparation and record keeping, ensuring cost effective operations, establishing and conducting scheduled educational opportunities for staff development and ensuring a high quality program per assessment standards, and overseeing systemic improvement to referral processes and protocols for children with special needs and disabilities. In addition, this individual must have strong working knowledge of social services and ability to be organized and follow up accordingly to ensure all children and families are served equitably.

 

Education & Experience

  • Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE) or related field required. Extensive field experience may be considered as alternative of this requirement.
  • Doctoral degree preferred.
  • Five years of progressively responsible experience in ECE and/or nonprofit required.
  • Demonstrate sound ECE curriculum design capacity required.

 

People Skill

  • Good intention to work with people.
  • Good two-way communicator both verbal and written.
  • Must have the ability to communicate with various stakeholders; parents, children, consultants, colleagues and delegates from partner agencies.

 

Management & Organization Skill:

  • Excellent problem solving and organizational skills.
  • Must be able to plan for staff training, maintain records, and generate reports.
  • Ability to organize, manage and control work flow.
  • Ability to identify, assimilate, comprehend, and solve critical elements of various situations (initiate solutions without constant supervision).

 

Other:

  • English/Chinese bilingual preferred.
  • Ability to work effectively with individuals from various ethnic, socioeconomic, educational and cultural backgrounds.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Annual TB Clearance
  • Physical exam every year
  • Valid immunization records (MMR, Tdap, Flu shot)
  • Criminal Background Clearance (FBI, DOJ and Child Abuse Index)
  • Sex Offender Registry Check Clearance
  • Current certification in CPR and First Aid
  • Must adhere to the “Confidentiality Agreements”
  • Adherence to the Child Abuse Reporting Mandate
  • Adhere to the Kai Ming Code of Conduct and all other internal policies and procedures. 
  • Accountable for the health, safety and supervision of all children and families. 
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to change position; to sit, stand, walk, climb or balance; to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; to bend, twist and reach with hands and arms; and to pick up children.

 

 

Compensation: Salary will be commensurate with job and skill level. Benefits include 100% covered health, vision, dental, acupuncture, chiropractic and life insurance plans; employer contribution retirement plan, self-care benefit, holiday pay and up to 24 days of PTO time. In addition, we fully cover medical plan for staff’s young dependent(s) that are under 26 years old. Visit our website careers page at www.kaiming.org for more details.

 

Equal Opportunity: Kai Ming promotes Equal Opportunity and strongly encourages women, LGBT, people of color and diverse backgrounds to apply.

 

Application process: Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume to sabrina.dong@kaiming.org. Applications are accepted and evaluated until a suitable candidate has been selected. Please no phone calls or walk-ins.

San Francisco , CA 94133 2018-12-28 View
Teachers Needed - Head Start & Early Head Start Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Committed. Passionate. Caring. Skilled.  These qualities define the effective early childhood educators at CAC.  Our teachers make a daily difference in the lives of infants and preschool aged children. 


Join us on our fifty year long journey to create opportunities for low-income children and families to achieve stability!

We have part-time and full-time openings for teachers in our Head Start program in South Santa Barbara County.  Our Children's Services program, with 25 NAEYC accredited centers, inspires and provides foundational care and education daily to over 1,100 children and their families throughout the county.  Help us to positively impact the development of each child's ability to acquire knowledge, socialize with others, and to nurture their confidence, health, nutrition, and overall socioeconomic well being.

Our offer includes:

·         Generous pay and benefits (healthcare, retirement, paid time off and more!)

·         Tuition and training assistance (to further your career development)

·         A starring role in a stable non-profit organization that serves over 10,000 children, at-risk youth, families and seniors every year, and most importantly,

·         The opportunity to contribute your individual talents in an evidence-based ECE program that has made a difference in America for over 50 years!

Join the team!  For more info, visit www.cacsb.org, "Careers" or call agency recruiter at (805) 964-8857, extension 1116.

Open positions (all position full-time unless notes):
Santa Barbara: Teacher Asst (P/T-30 hrs/wk), Teacher II & Itinerant Teacher
Carpinteria: Teacher I (year round), Teacher I (part year)

Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County, AA/EOE

Helping People, Changing Lives

Santa Barbara, CA 93101 2018-12-21 View
Accountant I, II North Coast Opportunities (NCO) - Head Start

ACCOUNTANT I, II for NCO Head Start - Ukiah, CA  (EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION REQUIRED - TO APPLY)

$15.85 to $21.83 per hour, 40 hours per week, 12 months/yr.  Open Until Filled  EOE

Full job description details and required application form go to www.ncoinc.org/about-us/jobs or call (707)467-3200 x 302.

GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Under direction of the Internal Business Manager (IBM), performs increasingly responsible accounting tasks in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and the NCO Fiscal Policies and Procedures. Possesses specific knowledge of accounts payable.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:  Accountant I: Possession of an associate degree from an accredited school in Accounting, or in Business Management with a concentration in accounting, is required.  Accountant II: Possession of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited school in Accounting, or in Business Management with a concentration in accounting, OR an associate degree in the same areas PLUS a minimum of two years’ experience in an accounting department, is required.

Ukiah, CA 95482 2018-12-21 View
Teachers - Infant, Toddler & Preschool Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Committed. Passionate. Caring. Skilled.  These qualities define the effective early childhood educators at CAC.  Our teachers make a daily difference in the lives of infants and preschool aged children. 

Join us on our fifty year long journey to create opportunities for low-income children and families to achieve stability!

We have part-time and full-time openings for teachers in our Head Start program in North Santa Barbara County.  Our Children's Services program, with 25 NAEYC accredited centers, inspires and provides foundational care and education daily to over 1,100 children and their families throughout the county.  Help us to positively impact the development of each child's ability to acquire knowledge, socialize with others, and to nurture their confidence, health, nutrition, and overall socioeconomic well being.

Our offer includes:

·         Generous pay and benefits (healthcare, retirement, paid time off and more!)

·         Tuition and training assistance (to further your career development)

·         A starring role in a stable non-profit organization that serves over 10,000 children, at-risk youth, families and seniors every year, and most importantly,

·         The opportunity to contribute your individual talents in an evidence-based ECE program that has made a difference in America for over 50 years!

Join the team!  For more info, visit www.cacsb.org, "Careers" or call agency recruiter at (805) 964-8857, extension 1116.

Open positions in Santa Maria (all position full-time unless notes):
Teacher Asst-Disabilities, Teacher I, Teacher I-EHS, Teacher II, Teacher III & Itinerant Teachers

Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County, AA/EOE

Helping People, Changing Lives

Santa Maria, CA 93458 2018-12-21 View
General Aide / Helper I MAAC

Under direct supervision, will perform daily general maintenance at Head Start sites and at the Administration Office in North San Diego County as assigned.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/CERTIFICATION

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Training and/or experience in general facility maintenance
  • Related experience in an instructional/school setting preferred

Please go to our website for full job description and to apply online.

FT/52 Weeks/Benefits Pkg

San Marcos, CA 92069 2018-12-20 View
Education Manager KAIMING HEAD START

Position Title: Education Manager

 

Classification: Full time and exempt

 

Report to: Program Director

 

Supervised Position: Early Learning Coach

 

Job: This position is responsible for the early childhood education and inclusion services of the Kai Ming Head Start program and reports to the Program Director. This includes working to develop an early childhood education curriculum and providing educational resources for staff and parents, ensuring compliance with performance standards and recognized best practices in the field of early childhood education. The position ensures the education and child development services are supported by staff/consultants with training and experience in areas that include the theories and principles of child growth and development, early childhood education and family support. As the leader of educational services within the program, the Education Manager guides curriculum and program planning, development, and training. The Education Manager is a leader focused on learning and plays a crucial role in supporting School Readiness for all children. In addition, under the general supervision of the Program Director, the Education Manager works with children and their families enrolled in the program with disabilities in an effort to coordinate available resources and ensure that enrolled children are receiving maximum and appropriate services in a timely manner.

 

Essential Duties:

 

Early Childhood Education

  • Ensure qualified classroom staff.
  • Ensure implementation of quality education and child development services.
  • Ensure learning environment is conducive to the optimal development of preschool children.
  • Monitor and oversee implementation/completion of all activities, reports and documentation according to program, agency, funder, and licensing requirements (i.e. child observation forms, conferences, home visits reports, etc).
  • Work in partnership with parents of enrolled children.
  • Work in partnership with colleagues to enhance program quality.
  • Prepare all documentation in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Participate in staff development activities as required.
  • Report all incidents of suspected child abuse and neglect to supervisor immediately, following all funders, agency and licensing guidelines.
  • Administer and supervise the work of site level personnel.
  • Develop an annual education plan and implement the standards, policies, and procedures of federal and State regulations.
  • Train and develop teaching staff and supervise staff in daily program implementation.
  • Provide feedback in regards to the performance of site level personnel and the results of their efforts on child outcomes. 
  • Identify education training needs and resources to ensure the development of a competent staff.
  • Coordinate the development of a comprehensive education program.
  • Conduct an annual self assessment of program progress.
  • Help represent the work of the education area publicly.
  • Serve on community committee.
  • Possess thorough knowledge of the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) and its application and outcomes.
  • Be CLASS certified (or capable of becoming CLASS certified).
  • Be experienced in child assessment, analysis, and individualization applications; curriculum design and various forms of measurement.
  • Be skilled at supervising and managing staff; and in observing, assessing, and remediating teacher performance..
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Inclusion, Mental Health and Disability

  • Plan and implement the Mental Health/Disabilities area of the Head Start Program.
  • Make on-site visits to each classroom at individual sites to help identify children with disabilities and to ensure these children are receiving necessary services.
  • Attend the Health Advisory Committee meetings and utilize the committee in the planning, implementation and evaluation of the mental health/disabilities content area.
  • Promote team cooperation in the provisions of mental health and disability services to Head Start children.
  • Assist the Health and Nutrition Manager and Head Start Program Director in the organization of the Health Advisory Committee and in utilizing the committee in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the mental health and disability content areas.
  • Promote, in conjunction with other service area staff, active parent involvement in the Mental Health and Disability program and assure that the education program meets the child’s needs.
  • In conjunction with other service area staff, assist the families in assuming the primary responsibility for their own care and linking the child and their family into ongoing mental health and disabilities services.
  • Maintain up-to-date requirements and regulations of local, state, and federal agencies.
  • Maintain and update data of individual mental health and disability records on each child in the assigned area as to what services are needed and received.
  • Assist teachers, administrative staff, and parents in the coordination of follow-up mental health and disability services.
  • Oversee the process of assisting parents in setting up appointments for screenings and follow-up.
  • Work closely with the Local Education Agency (LEA) in setting up Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings for child and parent.
  • Ensure that all appointments relative to services being offered are kept
  • Train personnel regarding conditions and job requirements necessary for specialized care and observation when needed.
  • Coordinate with other service area staff, assist in interpreting the diagnosis to the teaching staff and parents, and support the education program in ensuring that it meets the child’s needs.
  • Conduct regular interactions with staff, health care professionals, children, and families to ensure streamlined referrals and services follow up.
  • Inspect and evaluate classrooms, playgrounds, and buildings for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance.
  • In conjunction with other service area staff, compile and analyze data on the effectiveness of the mental health and disabilities services area.
  • In conjunction with department staff, update the annual Head Start Services Plan and compile information for the Program Information Report (PIR).
  • Review the Copies of the Ages and Stages Questionnaire and other screening and assessment instruments completed by the classroom staff and ensure that parents receive the results at the center conference or home visit
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Head Start Executive Director and Program Director.

 

Qualifications: Kai Ming is looking for an experienced, qualified professional who will have the functional responsibility for both educational and inclusion components of the program working with other service staff to integrate key programmatic components. This includes ensuring educational standards are implemented and maintained, supervisory report preparation and record keeping, ensuring cost effective operations, establishing and conducting scheduled educational opportunities for staff development and ensuring a high quality program per assessment standards, and overseeing systemic improvement to referral processes and protocols for children with special needs and disabilities. In addition, this individual must have strong working knowledge of social services and ability to be organized and follow up accordingly to ensure all children and families are served equitably.

 

Education & Experience

  • Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE) or related field required. Extensive field experience may be considered as alternative of this requirement.
  • Doctoral degree preferred.
  • Five years of progressively responsible experience in ECE and/or nonprofit required.
  • Demonstrate sound ECE curriculum design capacity required.

 

People Skill

  • Good intention to work with people.
  • Good two-way communicator both verbal and written.
  • Must have the ability to communicate with various stakeholders; parents, children, consultants, colleagues and delegates from partner agencies.

 

Management & Organization Skill:

  • Excellent problem solving and organizational skills.
  • Must be able to plan for staff training, maintain records, and generate reports.
  • Ability to organize, manage and control work flow.
  • Ability to identify, assimilate, comprehend, and solve critical elements of various situations (initiate solutions without constant supervision).

 

Other:

  • English/Chinese bilingual preferred.
  • Ability to work effectively with individuals from various ethnic, socioeconomic, educational and cultural backgrounds.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Annual TB Clearance
  • Physical exam every year
  • Valid immunization records (MMR, Tdap, Flu shot)
  • Criminal Background Clearance (FBI, DOJ and Child Abuse Index)
  • Sex Offender Registry Check Clearance
  • Current certification in CPR and First Aid
  • Must adhere to the “Confidentiality Agreements”
  • Adherence to the Child Abuse Reporting Mandate
  • Adhere to the Kai Ming Code of Conduct and all other internal policies and procedures. 
  • Accountable for the health, safety and supervision of all children and families. 
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to change position; to sit, stand, walk, climb or balance; to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; to bend, twist and reach with hands and arms; and to pick up children.

 

 

Compensation: Salary will be commensurate with job and skill level. Benefits include 100% covered health, vision, dental, acupuncture, chiropractic and life insurance plans; employer contribution retirement plan, self-care benefit, holiday pay and up to 24 days of PTO time. In addition, we fully cover medical plan for staff’s young dependent(s) that are under 26 years old. Visit our website careers page at www.kaiming.org for more details.

 

Equal Opportunity: Kai Ming promotes Equal Opportunity and strongly encourages women, LGBT, people of color and diverse backgrounds to apply.

 

Application process: Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume to sabrina.dong@kaiming.org. Applications are accepted and evaluated until a suitable candidate has been selected. Please no phone calls or walk-ins.

 

San Francisco, CA 94133 2018-12-18 View
Chief Program Officer MAAC

Under policy direction the incumbent plans, organizes, integrates, directs, manages, reviews and evaluates the activities, operations, and services of assigned administrative and/or operational divisions of MAAC; directs and manages the development of short and long-term goals and objectives consistent with MAAC’s mission, strategic plan, annual operating plans and budgets and ensures their effective execution.  The incumbent ensures all assigned operations and functions serve the needs of MAAC’s stakeholders, the community and business partners, customers and clients, while fully complying with all applicable laws and regulations.  Areas of oversight may include, but are not limited to, Child Development, Community and Economic Development, Health and Wellness, and Education programs.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

This single position classification assists and supports the direction established by the MAAC Board of Directors and the President/CEO and works collaboratively with other Executive Officers and senior staff in developing strategies and formulating policies and procedures for addressing complex programmatic issues that have agency-wide impact and importance in a sensitive and changing political, community and intergovernmental environment. The incumbent serves as a member of the Executive Leadership Team and will be fully engaged in the day-to-day administration of MAAC and in the planning and execution of programs, projects and activities for accomplishing short and long-term goals and objectives. Within assigned areas of accountability, the incumbent will operate with substantial latitude and discretion to achieve effective and efficient utilization of resources in serving MAAC’s stakeholders, business and community partners, constituencies and customers. Assignments are broad in scope; the incumbent will need to exercise political acumen and demand expeditious action and response.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

A typical way of obtaining the knowledge, skills, and abilities outlined above is graduation from a four-year college or university with a major in business or public administration, political science or a closely related field and seven (7) years of progressively responsible administrative or management experience in program planning, development and implementation in programs/services similar to the responsibilities outlined in this position description or in management of a moderate sized public or community organization or major functional/operational unit thereof, three (3) of which have been at a supervisory level; or the equivalent combination of training and experience.

Please go to our website for full job description and contact information to apply:

Trevor Blair, Principal, Blair Search Partners

Email: trevor@blairsearchpartners.com 

Chula vista, CA 91911 2018-12-17 View
Executive Director Clackamas County Children's Commission

Clackamas County Children's Commission is seeking applicants for the position of Executive Director! 


Our Mission:
To support the growth of healthy children and families, positive parenting, and school readiness.

General Objective:
The Executive Director brings to the position the ability to execute the agency’s mission: to support the growth of healthy children and families, positive parenting, and school readiness. Responsible for overall program leadership, administration, and day-to-day operations in accordance with Federal Head Start, Oregon Pre-Kindergarten, and Healthy Families Oregon Performance Standards.  Shall plan, supervise, and implement compliance in all facets of federal and state regulations and Clackamas County Children’s Commission’s policies and procedures.

Some of the typical duties and functions of the position include but are not limited to the following:


Leadership

  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships and open communication with the public, parents, community organizations, partner organizations, Board of Directors, Policy Council, management team, staff, and federal and state agencies
  • Provide vision, motivation and leadership to all employees, families, and volunteers
  • Develop and implement a participative management system that empowers decision-making and accountability at the lowest appropriate level
  • Empower and evaluate professional employees, using coaching and mentoring techniques; encourage and support development opportunities in keeping with organizational structure
  • Maintain an overview of the organization to assure that all programs, services, and systems are developed in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards, Healthy Families Standards, and state law; and congruent with organizational philosophy, mission, and values
  • Model behaviors that support the overall philosophy and design of the organization
  • Commitment to incorporating the agency’s Equity Lens in decision-making and practices

Governance

  • Assure the adequate flow of information in all directions throughout the agency. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the members of the Board of Directors, the Policy Council, staff, and agency funders
  • Oversee strategic planning process
  • Provide and present required grants, policies, reports, and documents to Board and Policy Council for approval
  • Ensure that yearly training, including orientation, is provided for the Board of Directors and Policy Council
  • Attend all Board of Director meetings, Policy Council meetings, staff meetings and submit monthly reports to the Board of Directors and Policy Council
  • Collaborate with Region X to ensure ongoing communication and compliance with Head Start Performance Standards and current initiatives

 Fiscal Leadership and Oversight

  • Provide overall financial oversight and risk management of agency funds
  • Submit a timely and balanced annual budget to the Board of Directors
  • Request preparation and presentation of financial reports, including credit card expenditures for Board of Directors and Policy Council
  • Discuss budget amendments with Board of Directors
  • Ensure compliance with all regulations of funding sources
  • Serve as a liaison between program and funding sources, ensuring that Agency implements policies and procedures within allotted timelines
  • Oversees reporting to funders, program contacts, and provides additional funding applications and grants when appropriate
  • Research grant opportunities; pursue grants as directed by the Board of Directors

 Program Operations and Oversight

  • Oversee/review program information reports, monitoring data, monitoring review findings, and work with service areas to resolve any issues of noncompliance
  • Assist the executive management team with policy and procedure development, seeking Board of Directors and Policy Council approval when appropriate
  • Ensure that the Agency’s long range goals and short term objectives are achievable and include financial objectives
  • Ensure the completion of the Community Assessment and yearly updates
  • Ensure that the agency’s plan is reflective of the communities which we serve
  • Ensure that the agency is responsive to change and meets the needs of our clients
  • Assure location, supervision, and maintenance of buildings are in compliance with relevant federal, state, and local codes and regulations
  • Establish program work plan with appropriate time lines and activities
  • Oversee the organizational structure and functions of each component; adjust system as needed
  • Develop and implement program improvement with the assistance of the Board of Directors, Policy Council, and Staff
  • Make periodic visits to centers

 Advocacy/Public Relations

  • Participate and represent the Agency in local, state, regional and national planning communities
  • Act as a conduit for input and information; promote innovation at all levels
  • Be an effective advocate for the Agency’s mission and values

Supervision/Personnel Management

  • Hire, mentor, supervise, and evaluate the top management staff
  • Ensure staff awareness of program policies and procedures
  • Encourage and support professional development opportunities
  • Facilitate resolution of conflicts
  • Promote consistent exchange of information in all directions
  • Promote training that meets team and individual needs
  • Participate in agency activities and functions
Portland, OR 97267 2018-12-17 View
Family Advocate - Head Start Child Abuse Prevention Council

Definition of Classification:
To perform a variety of outreach and casework tasks involving Head Start children and
families, to develop and maintain relationships with families to ensure they receive
comprehensive services including health and social services, disabilities, early childhood
education and care services, to provide a range of parent development training
opportunities; to conduct community outreach efforts to enroll children; to identify and
develop relationships with community-based organizations that provide other needed
services to families. Responsible for program participant enrollment and maintaining
participation in the program when qualified. Provides support to parents and providers.
Description of Duties:

1. Recruit, complete applications and enroll families into the program; maintain
enrollment throughout the program year through various recruitment strategies,
(examples: consent for release, admission agreement, emergency card, rights,
welcome form)
2. Health forms, handbook, IZs, health history, getting to know you profile, and
follow up
3. Documentation of all efforts and follow up into the Child Plus data base.
4. Facilitate Parent meetings- accordingly to the policy
5. Facilitate weekly meetings with teachers
6. Assist families to transition from programs (helping parent and child in kinder
registration and/or transfers)
7. Assist with classroom socializations.
8. Complete strengths and needs assessment (Portfolio) pre and post
9. Making connections with community/seeking donations
10. Secure informed consent for family participation in program evaluation and
research activities.
11. Conduct periodic home visits to assess family resources and needs; refer and link
children and parents to needed services.
12. Work in collaboration with other program staff and specialists to monitor, track,
and coordinate services for children and parents.
13. Assist parents with understanding and implementing the Family Partnership
Agreement in order to encourage and promote their overall development,
including achievement of self-sufficiency, as well as positive developmental
outcomes for their children.
14. Assist with outreach to families and recruitment of infants and children with
disabilities into the program.
15. Assist in planning parent activities, encourage parent participation in program
activities, and obtain feedback from parents regarding the level of satisfaction
with the services they receive.
16. Collaborate with Mental Health Specialist or refer to specific resource agencies
to ensure behavioral health needs are addressed.
17. Ensure the health and nutrition needs of infants, children, and families are
addressed.
18. In collaboration with the classroom teacher, implement protocols to follow up
on absenteeism as well as completing a Home Visit after 2 days absent.
19. Attend family support team meetings, staff meetings, staff trainings,
collaborations, and planning meetings.
20. Promote and maintain parent involvement and participation in program
governance. .
21. Develop relationships with other community-based service providers targeting
the needs of families served.
22. Work collaboratively with community-based organizations serving families in the
Head Start program.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education: B.A. required or credential or certificate in social work, human services,
family services, counseling or related field. Two years of experience in social
services preferred.
Knowledge of: The child welfare system, childhood development, Current Head
Start and CDE childcare and preschool guidelines, including the rules and regulations
affecting families served, as well as knowledge of Head Start, CSPP, CCTR and First 5
performance standards and child abuse issues.
Ability to: Work as a team member and take direction, as well as the ability to take
responsibility and make appropriate decisions. Ability to read, write and speak
English and Spanish. Ability to analyze and interpret monthly attendance sheets.
Demonstrate strong problem solving skills.
Technical Skills: Good organizational skills and ability to prioritize and meet
deadlines a must. Good office skills as well as computer knowledge and input ability.
Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office (Work, Excel, Access, Power Point, and
Publisher) and ability to learn server general maintenance functions and other
software as requested. Basic arithmetic and computation skills.
Physical Requirements:
• Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard
• Hearing and speaking to exchange information in person and on the telephone
• Sitting and standing for extended periods of time
• Seeing to read a variety of materials
• Mental acuity to perform the essential functions of this position in an accurate,
neat, timely fashion; to make good judgments and decisions; and to evaluate
the results of decision and judgments.
• On occasion may be required to lift and/or move 25 pounds
• Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met
by every CAPC employee. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

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Family Advocate - Head Start Child Abuse Prevention Council

Definition of Classification:
To perform a variety of outreach and casework tasks involving Head Start children and
families, to develop and maintain relationships with families to ensure they receive
comprehensive services including health and social services, disabilities, early childhood
education and care services, to provide a range of parent development training
opportunities; to conduct community outreach efforts to enroll children; to identify and
develop relationships with community-based organizations that provide other needed
services to families. Responsible for program participant enrollment and maintaining
participation in the program when qualified. Provides support to parents and providers.
Description of Duties:

1. Recruit, complete applications and enroll families into the program; maintain
enrollment throughout the program year through various recruitment strategies,
(examples: consent for release, admission agreement, emergency card, rights,
welcome form)
2. Health forms, handbook, IZs, health history, getting to know you profile, and
follow up
3. Documentation of all efforts and follow up into the Child Plus data base.
4. Facilitate Parent meetings- accordingly to the policy
5. Facilitate weekly meetings with teachers
6. Assist families to transition from programs (helping parent and child in kinder
registration and/or transfers)
7. Assist with classroom socializations.
8. Complete strengths and needs assessment (Portfolio) pre and post
9. Making connections with community/seeking donations
10. Secure informed consent for family participation in program evaluation and
research activities.
11. Conduct periodic home visits to assess family resources and needs; refer and link
children and parents to needed services.
12. Work in collaboration with other program staff and specialists to monitor, track,
and coordinate services for children and parents.
13. Assist parents with understanding and implementing the Family Partnership
Agreement in order to encourage and promote their overall development,
including achievement of self-sufficiency, as well as positive developmental
outcomes for their children.
14. Assist with outreach to families and recruitment of infants and children with
disabilities into the program.
15. Assist in planning parent activities, encourage parent participation in program
activities, and obtain feedback from parents regarding the level of satisfaction
with the services they receive.
16. Collaborate with Mental Health Specialist or refer to specific resource agencies
to ensure behavioral health needs are addressed.
17. Ensure the health and nutrition needs of infants, children, and families are
addressed.
18. In collaboration with the classroom teacher, implement protocols to follow up
on absenteeism as well as completing a Home Visit after 2 days absent.
19. Attend family support team meetings, staff meetings, staff trainings,
collaborations, and planning meetings.
20. Promote and maintain parent involvement and participation in program
governance. .
21. Develop relationships with other community-based service providers targeting
the needs of families served.
22. Work collaboratively with community-based organizations serving families in the
Head Start program.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education: B.A. required or credential or certificate in social work, human services,
family services, counseling or related field. Two years of experience in social
services preferred.
Knowledge of: The child welfare system, childhood development, Current Head
Start and CDE childcare and preschool guidelines, including the rules and regulations
affecting families served, as well as knowledge of Head Start, CSPP, CCTR and First 5
performance standards and child abuse issues.
Ability to: Work as a team member and take direction, as well as the ability to take
responsibility and make appropriate decisions. Ability to read, write and speak
English and Spanish. Ability to analyze and interpret monthly attendance sheets.
Demonstrate strong problem solving skills.
Technical Skills: Good organizational skills and ability to prioritize and meet
deadlines a must. Good office skills as well as computer knowledge and input ability.
Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office (Work, Excel, Access, Power Point, and
Publisher) and ability to learn server general maintenance functions and other
software as requested. Basic arithmetic and computation skills.
Physical Requirements:
• Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard
• Hearing and speaking to exchange information in person and on the telephone
• Sitting and standing for extended periods of time
• Seeing to read a variety of materials
• Mental acuity to perform the essential functions of this position in an accurate,
neat, timely fashion; to make good judgments and decisions; and to evaluate
the results of decision and judgments.
• On occasion may be required to lift and/or move 25 pounds
• Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met
by every CAPC employee. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Stockton, CA 95202 2018-12-13 View
Family Advocate - Head Start Child Abuse Prevention Council

Definition of Classification:
To perform a variety of outreach and casework tasks involving Head Start children and
families, to develop and maintain relationships with families to ensure they receive
comprehensive services including health and social services, disabilities, early childhood
education and care services, to provide a range of parent development training
opportunities; to conduct community outreach efforts to enroll children; to identify and
develop relationships with community-based organizations that provide other needed
services to families. Responsible for program participant enrollment and maintaining
participation in the program when qualified. Provides support to parents and providers.
Description of Duties:

1. Recruit, complete applications and enroll families into the program; maintain
enrollment throughout the program year through various recruitment strategies,
(examples: consent for release, admission agreement, emergency card, rights,
welcome form)
2. Health forms, handbook, IZs, health history, getting to know you profile, and
follow up
3. Documentation of all efforts and follow up into the Child Plus data base.
4. Facilitate Parent meetings- accordingly to the policy
5. Facilitate weekly meetings with teachers
6. Assist families to transition from programs (helping parent and child in kinder
registration and/or transfers)
7. Assist with classroom socializations.
8. Complete strengths and needs assessment (Portfolio) pre and post
9. Making connections with community/seeking donations
10. Secure informed consent for family participation in program evaluation and
research activities.
11. Conduct periodic home visits to assess family resources and needs; refer and link
children and parents to needed services.
12. Work in collaboration with other program staff and specialists to monitor, track,
and coordinate services for children and parents.
13. Assist parents with understanding and implementing the Family Partnership
Agreement in order to encourage and promote their overall development,
including achievement of self-sufficiency, as well as positive developmental
outcomes for their children.
14. Assist with outreach to families and recruitment of infants and children with
disabilities into the program.
15. Assist in planning parent activities, encourage parent participation in program
activities, and obtain feedback from parents regarding the level of satisfaction
with the services they receive.
16. Collaborate with Mental Health Specialist or refer to specific resource agencies
to ensure behavioral health needs are addressed.
17. Ensure the health and nutrition needs of infants, children, and families are
addressed.
18. In collaboration with the classroom teacher, implement protocols to follow up
on absenteeism as well as completing a Home Visit after 2 days absent.
19. Attend family support team meetings, staff meetings, staff trainings,
collaborations, and planning meetings.
20. Promote and maintain parent involvement and participation in program
governance. .
21. Develop relationships with other community-based service providers targeting
the needs of families served.
22. Work collaboratively with community-based organizations serving families in the
Head Start program.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education: B.A. required or credential or certificate in social work, human services,
family services, counseling or related field. Two years of experience in social
services preferred.
Knowledge of: The child welfare system, childhood development, Current Head
Start and CDE childcare and preschool guidelines, including the rules and regulations
affecting families served, as well as knowledge of Head Start, CSPP, CCTR and First 5
performance standards and child abuse issues.
Ability to: Work as a team member and take direction, as well as the ability to take
responsibility and make appropriate decisions. Ability to read, write and speak
English and Spanish. Ability to analyze and interpret monthly attendance sheets.
Demonstrate strong problem solving skills.
Technical Skills: Good organizational skills and ability to prioritize and meet
deadlines a must. Good office skills as well as computer knowledge and input ability.
Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office (Work, Excel, Access, Power Point, and
Publisher) and ability to learn server general maintenance functions and other
software as requested. Basic arithmetic and computation skills.
Physical Requirements:
• Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard
• Hearing and speaking to exchange information in person and on the telephone
• Sitting and standing for extended periods of time
• Seeing to read a variety of materials
• Mental acuity to perform the essential functions of this position in an accurate,
neat, timely fashion; to make good judgments and decisions; and to evaluate
the results of decision and judgments.
• On occasion may be required to lift and/or move 25 pounds
• Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met
by every CAPC employee. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

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Teacher II Youth Policy Institute

 Teacher II – Early Head Start (Req.3783) 

Youth Policy Institute’s Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Program provides comprehensive services to eligible families with children ages 6 weeks to three years of age. Youth Policy Institute’s Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships services will be delivered through the center-based program option. Teachers will be responsible for 3 or 4 infants and toddlers in accordance with California state licensing requirements. The Early Head Start Teacher works under the supervision of the Early Head Start Child Care Partnerships Site Supervisor.

Responsibilities

  • Provide effective and nurturing teacher-child interactions.
  • Ensure effective curriculum implementation and use of assessment data.
  • Promote children’s progress across the standards described in the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework: Ages Birth to Five and applicable state early learning and development standards, including for children with disabilities and dual language learners, as appropriate.
  • Advance children’s intellectual and physical development, including improving the readiness of children for school by developing literacy, phonemic, and print awareness, understanding and use of language and increasingly complex and varied vocabulary, appreciation of books, understanding of early math and science, problem-solving skills, and approaches to learning.
  • Establish and maintain a healthy learning environment.
  • Support children's social and emotional development.
  • Encourage family involvement of the children in the Early Head Start program and support the development of relationships between children and their families.
  • Promote infant/toddler development.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of safety issues in infant/toddler care (such as SIDS); and
  • Facilitate effective communication with infants, toddlers, parents and other staff members.
  • Provide families with education and support services which reflect parental and cultural influences to promote the social, emotional, physical and cognitive development of infants and toddlers as required in the Head Start Performance Standards.
  • Complete required screenings, assessments and ongoing evaluations for the development and implementation of individualized education plans and parent partnership agreements.
  • Work collaboratively with public and local community agencies, health care and Part C providers to maximize services for children and families.
  • Serve as a case manager and coordinate needed services including referrals to community resources.
  • Plan and implement Socialization groups that extend learning and developmental concepts.
  • Model developmentally appropriate practices in activities to promote healthy parent-child relationships.
  • Develop and lead discussions of interest to parents, conduct parent meetings, and support parents on the election of Parent Council’s representatives.
  • Create and implement developmentally appropriate transition plans for both the child and parent.
  • Establish and maintain accurate and confidential records in system database
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Qualifications

  • Must have a bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE), Child Development, or related field from an institution of higher learning accredited by a regional accreditation association recognized by the Council of Higher Education Accreditation.  
  • Must have at least 3 semester units in early childhood education with a focus on infant and toddler prior to employment. Must complete an additional 3 semester units within the first year of employment if fewer than 6 semester units are completed prior to hire.
  • Two years of experience in a classroom or group setting with young children between the ages of zero to five.
  • Must possess a current California Child Development Teacher permit or higher.
  • Must complete annually at least 15 hours of (classroom focused) professional development and have a yearly individual professional development plan. 
  • Must have intermediate knowledge of computer programs in a Windows environment, including Word, Excel and E-mail; Internet software; Spreadsheet; Word Processing and Power Point.
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.
  • Must pass a criminal background check (Live Scan fingerprinting), with both the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), prior to the beginning employment.
  • Complete and signed statement of any pending or prior criminal arrests/charges/convictions related to child sexual abuse, child abuse and neglect, and/or violent felonies.
  • Must pass a review of child abuse and neglect state registry check.
  • Successful completion of an initial health examination, performed by or under the supervision of a physician, to determine ability to perform all duties outlined in the position description.
  • Must present proof of being free to active Tuberculosis (TB) prior to beginning employment. All TB clearances must be conducted no more than 60 days prior to start of employment.
  • Must present documentation of current immunization against influenza, pertussis, and measles. Updated influenza immunization shall be required annually.
  • Must complete Pediatric/Infant CPR and Pediatric/Infant First Aid Certification within 30 days of employment.
  • Must be physically able to lift up to 50 pounds and perform duties that require constant squatting, kneeling, sitting on the floor, climbing on children structures and maintain visual of children at all times which may require acting/moving quickly including running in order to assure children remain safe.
  • Must have access to reliable transportation to arrive to work site at scheduled time consistently. If applicable, will be required to provide proof of current California driver license, acceptable driving record (current DMV H6 printout), and current liability auto insurance.

Salary Range

  • Depends on experience: $2,839.00 - $4,012.00 (monthly) 

Location:

Hollywood (area) Los Angeles, CA

 

Application Process:

https://careers-ypiusa.icims.com/jobs/3783/teacher-ii--early-head-start/job?mode=view&mobile=false&width=720&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-480&jun1offset=-420

Visit www.ypiusa.org to apply or click on link below. A completed application and resume are required for consideration.

YPI’s mission is to create opportunities for low-income families and communities through technology, education and training services

YPI is an equal opportunity employer 

Benefits or Incentives

  • Agency sponsored medical, dental, and vision coverage with percentage of paid premium for employee. Eligible dependents can also obtain coverage at an additional cost to the employee.
  • Employer paid life insurance.
  • Employer paid Employee Assistant Program.
  • Option to participate in AFLAC.
  • 401K retirement plan with up to 4% deferral matching profit sharing on contributions for all eligible employees.
  • Thirteen annually paid holidays.
  • Paid vacation and sick time off.
  • Agency-issued laptop and case.
  • Option to have company-issued cell phone or agency will pay monthly allowance to use your own phone for YPI business for eligible positions.
  • Reimbursement of all mileage and travel costs.
  • Access to training resources and materials.
  • Monthly well-being challenges.
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Site Supervisor Youth Policy Institute

Site Supervisor Early Head Start (Req.3700) 

This position is responsible for interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning staffing patterns, assigning, and directing work; conducting performance evaluations; addressing complaints and resolving problems; and the oversight/monitoring of day-to-day EHS program standards/regulations. The Site Supervisor supervises teaching staff at a designated site and ensures activities are designed to promote the children’s social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth. This position oversees planning individual and group activities to stimulate learning according to the ages of the children, including, but not limited to, Responsive Caregiving and Infant/Toddler CLASS.

Responsibilities

  • Promotes an atmosphere that actively embraces diversity; addresses any form of prejudice and promotes understanding of all cultures.
  • Provides social and emotional climate that supports and builds teamwork and group pride; works constructively through any site conflicts.
  • Provides supervision to teaching staff; reviews teacher paperwork and submits timely reports as required.
  • Ensures implemented curriculum plan meets needs of all children, families and staff.
  • Observes, screens, and assesses each child's developmental level and develops goals that relate to the child's individual development.
  • Ensures implementation of the program curriculum for children enrolled; instructs minimum of one (1) class per day, if needed.
  • Administers and plans individual and group activities to stimulate learning as well as supports and enhances the role of parents as prime educators of their children.
  • Works cooperatively with all staff to provide information and resources to enrolled families.
  • Integrates various Early Head Start services into learning such as parent involvement, social services, nutrition, health, and mental health services.
  • Provides a physical environment consistent with state and local licensing requirements as well as the health and safety of the children.
  • Assists in planning professional development, coaches assigned teachers using Practice-based Coaching (PBC), and support staff regarding curriculum.
  • Provides feedback based on classroom observation.
  • Maintains current knowledge of teaching techniques.
  • Prepares and maintains necessary and mandated records including, but not limited to, ongoing assessments, classroom observations, environmental ratings, and related documents.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Child Development or closely related field; Master’s degree in child development or related field is a plus.
  • 24 semester units in Early Childhood Education/Child Development, including at least 3 semester units in early childhood education with a focus on infant and toddler prior to employment. Must complete an additional 3 semester units within the first year of employment if fewer than 6 semester units are completed prior to hire.
  • 3 semester units in Administration.
  • 2 semester units in Adult Supervision; coursework in Management desired.
  • 16 semester units in General Education.
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish (written and oral) desirable.
  • Valid Child Development Site Supervisor permit or higher.
  • Minimum of 2 years of supervisory experience; minimum 4 years of teaching experience.
  • Excellent computer skills including working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Must pass a criminal background check (Livescan fingerprinting), with both the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), prior to beginning employment.
  • Must present proof of negative Tuberculosis skin test (Mantoux) prior to beginning employment dated within 60 days.
  • Valid California driver’s license and access to automobile with adequate insurance (or have easy access to other means of reliable transportation) to make home visits and travel to other school sites.
  • Physical examination at the time of employment.
  • Requires ability to interact with children in a busy environment including but not limited to:
  • Able to lift 50 lbs.
  • Frequent kneel and squat.
  • Ability to move quickly.

Salary

  • $3,886.75/mo.

Application Process:

https://careers-ypiusa.icims.com/jobs/3700/site-supervisor--ehs/job?mode=view&mobile=false&width=720&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-480&jun1offset=-420

Visit www.ypiusa.org to apply or click on link below. A completed application and resume are required for consideration.

YPI’s mission is to create opportunities for low-income families and communities through technology, education and training services

YPI is an equal opportunity employer 

Benefits or Incentives

  • Agency sponsored medical, dental, and vision coverage with percentage of paid premium for employee. Eligible dependents can also obtain coverage at an additional cost to the employee.
  • Employer paid life insurance.
  • Employer paid Employee Assistant Program.
  • Option to participate in AFLAC.
  • 401K retirement plan with up to 4% deferral matching profit sharing on contributions for all eligible employees.
  • Thirteen annually paid holidays.
  • Paid vacation and sick time off.
  • Agency-issued laptop and case.
  • Option to have company-issued cell phone or agency will pay monthly allowance to use your own phone for YPI business for eligible positions.
  • Reimbursement of all mileage and travel costs.
  • Access to training resources and materials.
  • Monthly well-being challenges.
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Teacher 1 Youth Policy Institute

Teacher I – Early Head Start (Req.3602) 

Youth Policy Institute’s Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Program provides comprehensive services to eligible families with children ages 6 weeks to three years of age. Youth Policy Institute Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships services will be delivered through the center-based program option. Teachers will be responsible for 3 or 4 infants and toddlers in accordance with California state licensing requirements. The Early Head Start Teacher I works under the supervision of the Early Head Start Child Care Partnerships Site Supervisor.

Responsibilities

  • Provide classroom support at the beginning of the day and at the end of the day to ensure proper teacher-child ratios are met.
  • Provide classroom support while teachers conduct home visits, parent conferences, plan activities and complete required paperwork.
  • Provide effective and nurturing teacher-child interactions;
  • Maintain a healthy learning environment;
  • Support children's social and emotional development;
  • Promote infant/toddler development;
  • Demonstrate knowledge of safety issues in infant/toddler care (such as SIDS); and
  • Facilitate effective communication with infants, toddlers, parents and other staff members.
  • Establish and maintain accurate and confidential records in system database.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Must have an Associate Degree in Child Development or equivalent from an institution of higher learning accredited by a regional accreditation association recognized by the Council of Higher Education Accreditation.  
  • Must agree to be on an education plan towards the successful completion of a bachelor's degree and complete with a “C” or better at least three semester (4.5 quarter) units per year in child development or a general education class required for the bachelor’s degree.
  • Must have at least 3 semester units in early childhood education with a focus on infant and toddler prior to employment. Must complete an additional 3 semester units within the first year of employment if fewer than 6 semester units are completed prior to hire.
  • Total two years of experience in a classroom or group setting with young children.
  • One year of experience working with children ages of zero to five.
  • Must possess a current California Child Development Teacher permit or higher.
  • Must complete annually at least 15 hours of (classroom focused) professional development and have a yearly individual professional development plan. 
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.
  • Must have intermediate knowledge of computer programs in a Windows environment, including Word, Excel and E-mail; Internet software; Spreadsheet; Word Processing and Power Point.
  • Must pass a criminal background check (Live Scan fingerprinting), with both the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), prior to the beginning employment.
  • Complete and signed statement of any pending or prior criminal arrests/charges/convictions related to child sexual abuse, child abuse and neglect, and/or violent felonies.
  • Must pass a review of child abuse and neglect state registry check.
  • Successful completion of an initial health examination, performed by or under the supervision of a physician, to determine ability to perform all duties outlined in the position description.
  • Must present proof of being free to active Tuberculosis (TB) prior to beginning employment. All TB clearances must be conducted no more than 60 days prior to start of employment.
  • Must present documentation of current immunization against influenza, pertussis, and measles. Updated influenza immunization shall be required annually.
  • Must complete Pediatric/Infant CPR and Pediatric/Infant First Aid Certification within 30 days of employment.
  • Must be physically able to lift up to 50 pounds and perform duties that require constant squatting, kneeling, sitting on the floor, climbing on children structures and maintain visual of children at all times which may require acting/moving quickly including running in order to assure children remain safe.
  • Must have access to reliable transportation to arrive to work site at scheduled time consistently. If applicable, will be required to provide proof of current California driver license, acceptable driving record (current DMV H6 printout), and current liability auto insurance.

Salary Range

  • Depends on experience: $2,330.00 - 3293.00 (monthly)

Location:

Hollywood (area) Los Angeles, CA

 

Application Process:

https://careers-ypiusa.icims.com/jobs/3602/teacher-i--early-head-start/job?mode=view

Visit www.ypiusa.org to apply or click on link below. A completed application and resume are required for consideration.

YPI’s mission is to create opportunities for low-income families and communities through technology, education and training services

YPI is an equal opportunity employer 

Benefits or Incentives

  • Agency sponsored medical, dental, and vision coverage with percentage of paid premium for employee. Eligible dependents can also obtain coverage at an additional cost to the employee.
  • Employer paid life insurance.
  • Employer paid Employee Assistant Program.
  • Option to participate in AFLAC.
  • 401K retirement plan with up to 4% deferral matching profit sharing on contributions for all eligible employees.
  • Thirteen annually paid holidays.
  • Paid vacation and sick time off.
  • Agency-issued laptop and case.
  • Option to have company-issued cell phone or agency will pay monthly allowance to use your own phone for YPI business for eligible positions.
  • Reimbursement of all mileage and travel costs.
  • Access to training resources and materials.
  • Monthly well-being challenges.
Hollywood, CA 90028 2018-12-07 View
Associate Teacher Child Start Inc

Child Start, Inc.

Job Description

 

The job characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Job Title: Associate Teacher                                                        Revised: July 2015

Supervisor: Center Director I, II or III

Program:  Head Start part Day/Full Day                         FLSA Status: Non-exempt

 

 

GENERAL SUMMARY:

Under the direction of the Center Director, provides instruction and assists in planning and implementation of center-based curriculum for children and families to meet all requirements outlined in the Head Start Performance Standards. 

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Curriculum and Practice

  • Coordinate with Lead Teacher under the supervision of the Center Director to implement developmentally and culturally appropriate child-focused curricula and activities in the classroom.  
  • Assists with planning and providing activities that promote the healthy, emotional, social, intellectual, and physical development of each child.
  • Assist with developmental assessments of children and completion of screening requirements.
  • Relate to families and children from diverse cultural, social and economic backgrounds.
  • Assist with planning and participating in educational field trips, with input from parents.
  • Participate in home visits and parent conferences.
  • Participate in monthly parent meeting.
  • Assist with recruitment and enrollment process.
  • Maintain a neat and organized classroom and provide an attractive learning environment.
  • Responsible for upkeep of education equipment and materials, assisted by other center staff. 
  • Safeguard confidentiality of personal information of children and families by upholding mandates and policies. 
  • Provide substitute coverage, as needed.

 Food Service, as needed.

 

Training

  • Participate in staff and parent trainings on topics relevant to child development, environments and classroom management.
  • Attend pertinent training, workshops and conferences both within and outside of Head Start at the direction of the Regional Program Manager. 
  • Remain current in ECE/Child Development best practices, through continuing education, regular review of child development journals and resources provided by Child Start department staff.
  • Actively participate in site staff meetings and other appropriate meetings to support and advance services.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monitoring and Record Keeping

  • At the direction of  Center Director, compile and keep current child and family documentation of home visits and other program services.  Documents progress of each child’s growth and development.
  • Regularly document progress of each child’s growth and development through update of child observation notes, portfolios and any other pertinent material.

 

Networking

  • Further relationships within site, position, region, agency and community to ensure integrated and comprehensive services for families with children.
  • Maintain awareness of larger issues facing the child development community through reading of current child development journals andinternal communications.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.

Education and Experience

  • 24 ECE units andat least 3 units Admin/Supervision.Original (or certified copies) of all credentials or certificates andcollege transcripts indicating applicable coursework to meet requirements of position as a condition of employment
  • One year experience working with pre-school children.  Previous Head Start experience desirable.

 

Other Requirements

  • Current 1st Aid and CPR Certification or ability to obtain in 60 days, and remain current throughout employment
  • Ability to pass criminal record clearance
  • Clear TB test and statement of good health from a doctor are required as a condition of employment
  • Actively working towards additional ECE/Child Development units preferred
  • Valid California Driver’s License, required insurance and acceptable driving record maintained
  • Report any suspected child abuse as required by state law.
  • Health and Safety Training Certificate (15 hours) or ability to obtain in 60 days.

 

      Other Skills and Abilities

  • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.
  • Must be able to serve children with special needs.  Some staff may be required to provide services in a full inclusion model/classroom.
  • Ability to develop positive working relationships with other staff, parents, volunteers and community partners
  • Must be committed to a high standard of safety and be willing and able to comply with employer safety policies.
  • Must maintain regular and acceptable attendance in compliance with agency Attendance policy.
  • Working knowledge of MS Word, email and internet preferred.
  • Previous experience teaching in a Head Start program highly desired

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHYSICAL, SENSORY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND INTERPERSONAL CHECKLIST

 

Job TitleAssociate Teacher                                                                Date:    7/23/2015         

 

Please complete the following sections by   putting X's in the appropriate boxes

 

In a/an    8        hour work day, this job   requires:      R= Rarely                    (less than 0.625% of time)

O= Occasionally            (0.625%   - 30% of time)

F= Frequently                (31%   - 68% of time)

C= Continually                (69% - 100% of time)

NA=   Not Applicable

 

RFCP=   Requirements for Consecutive Performance (make notes in "Comments"   column)

1.  PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

R

O

F

C

NA

Comments (RFCP)

Sitting

 

 

X

 

 

 

Stationary standing

 

X

 

 

 

 

Walking

 

 

X

 

 

 

Ability to be   mobile/running

 

 

 

X

 

 

Crouching (bending at   knees)

 

X

 

 

 

 

Kneeling/crawling

 

X

 

 

 

 

Stooping (bending at   waist)

 

 

X

 

 

 

Twisting   (knees/waist/neck)

 

 

X

 

 

 

Turning/pivoting

 

 

X

 

 

 

Climbing

 

X

 

 

 

 

Balancing

 

 

X

 

 

 

Reaching/lifting   overhead

 

 

X

 

 

 

Reaching extension

 

 

X

 

 

 

Grasping

 

 

 

X

 

 

Pinching

 

 X

 

 

 

 

Pushing/pulling

           Typical weight   20 LBS

           Max. weight      50 LBS     

 

X

 

 

 

 

Lifting/carrying

          Typical weight  15 LBS      

          Max. weight      75 LBS

 

 

X

 

X

 

 

 

 

 

Manual   dexterity/keyboarding

X

 

 

 

 

 

Other   physical demands:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

2.  Sensory Requirements

R

O

F

C

NA

Comments (RFCP)

Talking in person

 

 

 

X

 

 

Talking on telephone

 

X

 

 

 

 

Hearing in person

 

 

 

X

 

 

Hearing on telephone

 

X

 

 

 

 

Sight

 

 

 

X

 

 

Other sensory   requirements:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.  Environmental Setting

Comments  

Safety requirements   (e.g., clothing, equipment used, such as ladders)

MUST   WEAR CLOSED TOE SHOES THAT PROVIDE SUPPORT TO FEET WHEN WORKING IN CLASSROOM

Exposure (e.g., fumes,   chemicals, vibrations, humidity, cold, heat, dust, noise, blood and bodily   fluids, contagious diseases)

MUST BE ABLE TO WORK   FREQUENTLY IN OUTSIDE WEATHER CONDITIONS AND FREQUENTLY IN MODERATE NOISE   LEVEL

 

Operation of equipment   and machines (e.g., motor vehicles, computers, power and hand tools,   copiers)     

MUST BE ABLE TO OPERATE   AUTOMOBILE, COMPUTER, PRINTER, COPIER AND FAX

Hygiene standards   (e.g., food handling, sterilizing equipment, cleaning blood and bodily   fluids)

MUST HAVE CURRENT CPR   AND FIRST AID CARDS; MUST BE TRAINED IN IMPLEMENTING UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS.

Other   environmental requirements:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This position is classified as non-exempt as defined by the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, and is not exempt from overtime and is covered by the Collective Bargaining Agreement with SEIU, Local 1021.

 

Child Start is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Approved by:

 

     Deborah L. Peralez                                                      7/23/2008                                           Human Resources Director                                                           Date

 

I have read this job description:

 

                                                                                                                                             Employee's Name                                                                    Date

 

The information contained herein is intended to describe the general content of, and requirements for, the performance of this job.  It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, essential functions, responsibilities or requirements.       

Fairfield, CA 94533 2018-12-05 View
Head Start Substitute Teacher Child Start Inc.

Child Start, Inc.

Job Description

 

Job Title: Substitute Teacher                      FLSA Status: Non-exempt

           

Period of Employment:  12 months                         Hours:  40 hours/week 

 

Program/Department: EHS-CCP                           Revised: July 2015

 

Supervisor: EHS-CCP Program Manager               Supervises: None

 

 

GENERAL SUMMARY:

Provides support to child care partners to facilitate optimum delivery of services in partnership child care centers and family child care homes.  Responsible for partnering with child care providers to further the emotional, cognitive and social development of Head Start children by implementing relationship-based, developmentally appropriate program services. 

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITITES:

  1. Encourages participation of children by initiating and demonstrating daily curriculum and interactive activities in accord with performance standards, regulations and Child Start values.

 

  1. Collaborates with partnership staff and integrates Early Head Start services into daily routines to meet the individual developmental needs of children.  Provides inclusion activities for children with disabilities.

 

  1. Contributes to understanding of individual child needs by utilizing data from screening and developmental assessments to implement intentional teaching strategies. 

 

  1. Implements program goals and philosophy in partner settings and through relationships with parents.  Works with partners and Child Start staff to generate parent engagement in both the child care setting and at home. 

 

  1. Promotes safe environments by practicing safe and healthy work habits, guiding staff, parents and volunteers, and maintaining orderly, clean, and appealing learning environments. 

 

  1. Works with partners to complete and maintain all necessary records and documents in compliance with performance standards and regulations.  Protects families and children by safeguarding confidentiality of personal information. 

 

  1. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops and reviewing early childhood publications. 

 

  1. Helps improve services, efficiency and goal achievement through ongoing evaluation of operations and work processes.

 

  1. Reports any suspected child abuse, as required by law.

 

10.  Assures continuous care of children by assuming responsibility when partnership staff and/or provider are engaged in coaching/training sessions.

 

EQUIPMENT USED:

1.  Telephone, fax, copier, personal computer.

2.  Vehicle

 

JOB CONDITIONS / COMPLEXITY:

Work is performed in partnership child care centers and family child care homes, using established service area plans, resource materials and the procedures and regulations of the program.  Frequent standing and walking.  Exposure to childhood illnesses and noise.  Needs to be present with children at all times.  Regular bending, squatting and sitting to communicate with children at their level.  Lifting up to 50 pounds.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

A.   AA/BA in childhood development with at least 6 infant/toddler units AND two years of full-time experience in teaching low income, multi-ethnic preschool aged children.  OR

B.   Child Development Associate Teacher Permit with at least 6 infant/toddler units AND three years of full-time experience in teaching low income, multi-ethnic preschool aged children. 

C.  Effective interpersonal, communication, and teaching skills. 

D.  Ability to pass medical exam and TB test.

E.   Ability to obtain First Aid/CPR certification.

F.   California Driver’s License, required insurance, good driving record and reliable vehicle

       (upon hiring)

G.   Ability to learn/administer/work with:

      1.   A comprehensive child development program

      2.   Head Start Performance Standards, Title 22 licensing regulations and other related requirements of child development programs

       3.  Low income, ethnically and linguistically diverse populations

       4.  Universal precautions in a child development setting

       5.  Americans with Disabilities Act.

 

This job description is not intended to be understood to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.  Duties and responsibilities may vary depending upon agency needs. 

 

 

 

 

Fairfield, CA 94533 2018-12-05 View
Lead Teacher Child Start Inc

Child Start, Inc.

Job Description

 

The job characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Job Title: Lead Teacher                                                       Program:  Head Start                                                       

Supervisor: Center Director I, II or III                               FLSA Status: Non-exempt

 

 

GENERAL SUMMARY:

Plan and facilitate center-based curriculum to ensure the goals and objectives are accomplished as outlined in Head Start Performance Standards.  Serves as Center Director alternate designee for California Community Care Licensing. 

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Curriculum and Practice

  • Leads the planning and implementation of developmentally and culturally appropriate child-focused curricula and activities in the classroom in coordination with Center Director and Education Department staff.  
  • As lead, works with other program staff and partners to meet individual educational needs of children, including areas of: cognitive, fine and gross motor, social emotional, self-help, and speech and language development.
  • Participates and supports in the adaptation of the classroom environment and curriculum to meet the needs of children with disabilities or special needs and to ensure that each child is fully included into center operations.
  • Leads the planning and implementation of all aspects of designated developmental assessments of children three times per year and completion of other screening requirements under supervision of Center Director.
  • Promotes family partnerships and parent involvement in program planning, implementation of services, and individualization of services for their children through parent activities and committee involvement and volunteering in the classroom.  Assists with recruitment and enrollment process. 
  • Ability to relate to families and children from diverse cultural, social and economic backgrounds
  • Plan and implement educational field trips, with input from parents.
  • Responsible for utilizing classroom activity funds in response to emergent curriculum.
  • Maintain a neat and organized classroom and provide an attractive learning environment.
  • Safeguard confidentiality of personal information of children and families by upholding mandates and policies. 
  • Assume responsibilities for center operations in the absence of Center Director. 
  • Provide substitute coverage, as needed.
  • Assist with Food Service, as needed.

 

Training

  • Plan and participate in staff and parent trainings on topics relevant to child development, environments and classroom management.
  • Attend pertinent training, workshops and conferences both within and outside of Head Start at the direction of the Center Director. 
  • Remain current in ECE/Child Development best practices through participation in continuing education and regular review of child development journals and resources provided by Child Start department staff.
  • Actively participate in site staff meetings and other appropriate meetings to support and advance services.

 

Monitoring and Record Keeping

  • Compile and keeps current child and family documentation of home visits and other program services. 
  • Regularly observe classroom operations, system of developmental assessment, and any other pertinent material to ensure quality service delivery.
  • Provide periodic reports to Education Department.

 

Networking

  • Further relationships within site, position, region, agency and community to ensure integrated and comprehensive services for families with children.
  • Work with community and local school system to manage the transition process for children and their families.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.

Education and Experience

  • AA or BA degree in ECE/Child Development or related degree and at least 3 units Admin/Supervision.   Original (or certified copies) of all credentials or certificates andcollege transcripts indicating applicable coursework to meet requirements of position as a condition of employment.
    • Two years teaching experience in a licensed child care center or comparable group child care program (previous experience teaching in a Head Start program highly desired), or 1 year as an Associate in a Child Start classroom.

 

Other Requirements

  • Current 1st Aid and CPR Certification or ability to obtain in 60 days
  • Ability to pass criminal record clearance
  • Clear TB test and statement of good health from a doctor are required as a condition of employment
  • Actively working towards additional ECE/Child Development units preferred
  • Valid California Driver’s License, required insurance and acceptable driving record preferred
  • Health and Safety Training (15 hours) or ability to obtain in 60 days
  • Report any suspected child abuse as required by state law
  • Some staff may be required to provide services in a full inclusion model/classroom

 

      Other Skills and Abilities

  • Bilingual English/Spanish language preferred
  • In-depth knowledge of child development principles.
  • Must be able to serve children with special needs.  Some staff may be required to provide services in a full inclusion model/classroom.
  • One year experience in classroom facilitation and management
  • Familiarity of adult learning styles
  • Ability to develop positive working relationships with other staff, parents and volunteers
  • Must be committed to a high standard of safety and be willing and able to comply with employer safety policies
  • Must maintain regular and acceptable attendance in compliance with agency Attendance policy
  • Working knowledge of MS Word, email and internet preferred

 

PHYSICAL, SENSORY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND INTERPERSONAL CHECKLIST

 

Job TitleLead teacher                                                             Date:    8/17/15__________         

 

Please complete the following sections by   putting X's in the appropriate boxes

 

In a/an    8        hour work day, this job   requires:      R= Rarely                    (less than 0.625% of time)

O= Occasionally            (0.625%   - 30% of time)

F= Frequently                (31%   - 68% of time)

C= Continually                (69% - 100% of time)

NA=   Not Applicable

 

RFCP=   Requirements for Consecutive Performance (make notes in "Comments"   column)

1.  PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

R

O

F

C

NA

Comments (RFCP)

Sitting

 

 

X

 

 

 

Stationary standing

 

X

 

 

 

 

Walking

 

 

X

 

 

 

Ability to be   mobile/running

 

 

 

X

 

 

Crouching (bending at   knees)

 

X

 

 

 

 

Kneeling/crawling

 

X

 

 

 

 

Stooping (bending at   waist)

 

 

X

 

 

 

Twisting   (knees/waist/neck)

 

 

X

 

 

 

Turning/pivoting

 

 

X

 

 

 

Climbing

 

X

 

 

 

 

Balancing

 

 

X

 

 

 

Reaching/lifting   overhead

 

 

X

 

 

 

Reaching extension

 

 

X

 

 

 

Grasping

 

 

 

X

 

 

Pinching

 

 X

 

 

 

 

Pushing/pulling

           Typical weight   20 LBS

           Max. weight      50 LBS     

 

X

 

 

 

 

Lifting/carrying

          Typical weight  15 LBS      

          Max. weight      75 LBS

 

 

X

 

X

 

 

 

 

 

Manual   dexterity/keyboarding

X

 

 

 

 

 

Other   physical demands:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

2.  Sensory Requirements

R

O

F

C

NA

Comments (RFCP)

Talking in person

 

 

 

X

 

 

Talking on telephone

 

X

 

 

 

 

Hearing in person

 

 

 

X

 

 

Hearing on telephone

 

X

 

 

 

 

Sight

 

 

 

X

 

 

Other sensory   requirements:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.  Environmental Setting

Comments  

Safety requirements   (e.g., clothing, equipment used, such as ladders)

MUST   WEAR CLOSED TOE SHOES THAT PROVIDE SUPPORT TO FEET WHEN WORKING IN CLASSROOM

Exposure (e.g., fumes,   chemicals, vibrations, humidity, cold, heat, dust, noise, blood and bodily   fluids, contagious diseases)

MUST BE ABLE TO WORK   FREQUENTLY IN OUTSIDE WEATHER CONDITIONS AND FREQUENTLY IN MODERATE NOISE   LEVEL

 

Operation of equipment   and machines (e.g., motor vehicles, computers, power and hand tools,   copiers)     

MUST BE ABLE TO OPERATE   AUTOMOBILE, COMPUTER, PRINTER, COPIER AND FAX

Hygiene standards   (e.g., food handling, sterilizing equipment, cleaning blood and bodily   fluids)

MUST HAVE CURRENT CPR   AND FIRST AID CARDS; MUST BE TRAINED IN IMPLEMENTING UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS.

Other   environmental requirements:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This position is classified as non-exempt as defined by the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, and is not exempt from overtime and is covered by the Collective Bargaining Agreement with SEIU, Local 1021.

 

Child Start is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

Approved by:    Deborah L. Peralez                           8/17/2015

                                                                                    __________                                             

Human Resources Director                                                    Date

 

 

                                                                                                                                              Employee's Signature                                                               Date

 

The information contained herein is intended to describe the general content of, and requirements for, the performance of this job.  It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, essential functions, responsibilities or requirements.       

 

 

Vallejo, CA 94503 2018-12-05 View
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