Job Title Agency Job Description Job Location Posted on Actions
Teacher l Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Full-time position with benefits. Works in partnership with the team teacher to develop weekly lesson plans for preschool children, develops and maintains safe and positive classroom climate, and intentional learning environment; screens and assesses each child using appropriate screening/assessment tools; individualizes educational plans for each child based on ongoing developmental assessments.  Engages parents of various cultural backgrounds in their Childs education.

REQUIREMENTS:

12 units in Early Childhood Education/Child Development in core course or hold Associate Teacher permit or Child Development Associate permit. Computer knowledge required. Obtain and maintain a current Child Development Permit for position held. Must obtain and maintain a Pediatric First Aid and CPR card. Experience working with children with disabilities desirable; Bilingual preferred. Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.

Now offering Location Stipend for all regular teaching staff in Goleta, Santa Barbara & Carpinteria (Example: $150 monthly locality stipend)! Substitute positions always available.

Carpinteria, CA 93101 2019-07-03 View
Teacher ll Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Full-time positions with benefits at assigned center and full-time itinerant position with benefits. Works in partnership with the team teacher to develop weekly lesson plans for preschool children, develops and maintains safe and positive classroom climate, and intentional learning environment; screens and assesses each child using appropriate screening/assessment tools; individualizes educational plans for each child based on ongoing developmental assessments.  Engages parents of various cultural backgrounds in their Childs education.  Acts as “second in command” of site operations when Site Supervisor is off site, as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS: 

Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or a related field and eligible for a Child Development Teacher permit or higher from CA Commission on Teacher Credentialing with three semester units in supervised field experience. Must obtain and maintain a Pediatric First Aid and CPR card. Experience working with children with disabilities desirable; Bilingual preferred. Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.

Now offering Location Stipend for all regular teaching staff in Goleta, Santa Barbara & Carpinteria Centers (Example: $200 monthly locality stipend)! Substitute positions always available

Santa Barbara, Goleta, CA 93101, 931 2019-07-03 View
Teacher lll Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Full-time, benefits. Works in partnership with the team teacher to develop weekly lesson plans for preschool children, develops and maintains safe and positive classroom climate, and intentional learning environment; screens and assesses each child using appropriate screening/assessment tools; individualizes educational plans for each child based on ongoing developmental assessments.  Engages parents of various cultural backgrounds in their Childs education.  Acts as “second in command” of site operations when Site Supervisor is off site, as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

Bachelor’s Degree or higher with 12 units of ECE/CD and eligible for a Child Development Master Teacher permit or higher from CA Commission on Teacher Credentialing with three semester units in supervised field experience and one year experience as Early Childhood Teacher. Must obtain and maintain a Pediatric First Aid and CPR card. Experience working with children with disabilities desirable; Bilingual preferred. Occasionally lift and/or move up to 40lbs. Substitute positions always available.

Santa Maria , CA 93458 2019-07-03 View
Teacher l / ll / lll - Early Head Start (EHS) Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Full-time positions with benefits. Develops plans for the experiences and care of infants and toddlers in partnership with another EHS Teacher.  Maintains a safe and positive classroom climate, and a language rich and attention rich environment for the children; screens and assesses each child using appropriate screening/assessment tools; individualizes the educational plans for each child based on ongoing developmental assessments.  Engages parents of various cultural backgrounds as their child’s primary teacher.  Teacher levels II and III act as “second in command” of site operations, as assigned when Site Supervisor is off site, as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

Teacher I: 12 units in Early Childhood Education/Child Development in core course or hold Associate Teacher permit or Child Development Associate permit.  6 units of Infant/Toddler Development are required.

Teacher II: Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or a related field and eligible for a Child Development Teacher permit or higher from California Commission on Teacher Credentialing with three semester units in supervised field experience.  6 units of Infant/Toddler Development are required. Obtain and maintain a current Child Development Permit for position held.

Teacher III: Bachelor’s or higher with 12 units of ECE/CD and eligible for a Child Development Master Teacher permit or higher from California Commission on Teacher Credentialing with three semester units in supervised field experience and one year experience as Early Childhood Teacher. 6 units of Infant/Toddler Development required. Must obtain and maintain a Pediatric First Aid and CPR card.  Valid California driver’s license with acceptable driving record as determined by the Agency and current insurance. Experience working with children with disabilities desirable; Bilingual preferred. Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.

Now offering Location Stipend for all regular teaching staff in Goleta, Santa Barbara & Carpinteria Centers (Example: $200-$250/mth)! Substitute positions always available.

Santa Maria, Lompoc, Goleta, Carpinteria, CA 93458, 934 2019-07-03 View
Preschool Associate Teacher Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo

CAPSLO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. All positions are subject solely to CAPSLO's agency-wide policies, compensation structures and benefit packages. An applicant's prior compensation package will have no bearing in regards to employment with CAPSLO.


Position Summary:
Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Supports Administration, Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) at the center in carrying out overall program goals and objectives in a positive, open and productive manner. Shares responsibility for overall quality of children's educational experience. May support the Bus Driver in the safe transportation of children to and from the child care center. Assumes responsibility of a Teacher in the absence of the Teacher, and may give direction to Instructional Assistants, parents, community volunteers or other staff. Supports CAPSLO's mission by ensuring all children in the program are taught effectively to promote growth within the program.


Responsibilities & Duties:
1. Supports the Teacher(s) and Center Supervisor in carrying out responsibility at the center level for the overall quality of the experience offered to children and families including the assurance that laws, regulations, guidelines and policies are adhered to on a daily basis...
2. Assists in the safe supervision of children engaged in learning and play activities by: a) paying close attention to the safety of the children at all times, and b) maintaining firm, but gracious limits setting.
3. Participates in planning the overall education plan for the center and assumes responsibility for ensuring the plan in the classroom. The plan will include Weekly Lesson Plans, written observations, program individualization for each child, tracking each child's development and development of individual goals for each child with input from the parent.
4. Assists the Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) in planning developmentally appropriate activities for all children by: a) collecting supplementary books, paper, art supplies and other materials for instructional use. b) providing input into lesson plan development. c) participating in learning and small group activities. d) encouraging language development conversation with children (including the child's first language, if other than English). e) encouraging children to be involved in activities with respect to their individual preferences.
5. May conduct home visits and parent conferences, and schedules the visits at times that are suitable for the families (may require evenings and weekends), as delegated by the Center Supervisor.
6. Participates in physical activities (games, music & movement, outside play) with children which involve lifting, bending, carrying, twisting, stooping, pulling, pushing, reaching and other repetitive motions. In addition, centers caring for infants & toddlers will require lifting, carrying, diapering, changing, feeding and cleaning of children.
7. Plans, with the Teacher(s) and/or Center Supervisor, the environment at the center, including learning areas.
8. Aids children in developing cognitive, physical, one-to-one or small group skills.
9. Performs special exercises, follow-up occupational or physical therapy, and other related activities, as needed by individual children.
10. Must have visual supervision of all children at all times.
11. Aids children in developing self-help skills; toileting, feeding, dressing, napping, etc.
12. Assists with, as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, each child's Individual Education Plan (IEP)/Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) and participates in case conferencing, as needed. 
13. Assists Teacher(s) in maintaining narrative records on each child, including anecdotal records and daily charts.
14. Attends and participates in all staff meetings and required trainings. Attends in-service training as assigned by the program manager.
15. Assumes responsibility for center maintenance, including orderliness and cleanliness levels that ensure proper standards of safety and sanitation. Participates in the housekeeping duties including lifting, moving furniture and equipment, dusting, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, dishwashing, etc.
16. Keeps Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) informed of problems and concerns related to individual children, families and/or operations of the center program.
17. Documents parent contacts and child abuse reporting.
18. Shares responsibility for overall quality of education experience for all children, including child/children with disabilities. 
19. Ensures that all pertinent laws, guidelines and policies are followed.
20. May supervise Instructional Assistant(s), volunteers and visitors.
21. Maintains confidentiality of records and information of program families.
22. Provides appropriate guidance to all children. Ensures personal rights of children are maintained at all times.
23. Responsible as a Mandated Reporter of Child Abuse and Neglect. Accordingly, follows procedures for reporting known or suspected child abuse and neglect.
24. Performs other duties as assigned.


Responsibilities & Duties (when assisting on the bus):
1. Assists in the safe supervision of children engaged in boarding, riding and exiting the bus by:
a. Welcoming and helping children get on and off the bus
b. Assisting the children in fastening seat belts
c. Paying close attention to the safety of the children at all times
d. Maintaining firm, but gracious limit setting
e. Keeping children seated while the bus is in motion
f. Assisting the children during emergency evacuations
2. Keeps Bus Driver informed of problems and concerns related to individual children or families.
3. Participates in occupying the children during the ride with activities (games, songs & conversation).
4. Assists with bus inspections at the end of each trip. Part of the daily inspection includes straightening seat belts, picking up trash and checking for children and items left in the vehicle.
5. Ensures that the established bus seating chart is enforced. 
6. Verifies that at the end of the day children are being released only to the parent/legal guardian or other individual identified in writing by the parent/legal guardian.
7. Assists the Bus Driver at the end of each bus route, to check that all children have been dropped off. Sign in sheets should be used to verify delivery.
8. Performs other duties as assigned. 


Minimum Educational & Experience Requirements:
1. Must have completed 12 units ECE/CD(a)(b), with a grade C or better, or CDA Credential or CTC.
2. A minimum of 6 months of experience with children ages 0 - 5(c).
3. Must hold a current Associate Teacher Permit or higher, or qualify for and apply for one within 60 days of commencing employment. State Child Development program requires permit be held prior to beginning employment (Temporary County Certificates also acceptable).
4. Experience working with children with a diversity of special needs is desirable.
5. HS/EHS/MSHS/State-Braided Associate Teachers must also meet at least one of the following criteria:

• Have a child development associate (CDA) credential or the California equivalent of an Associate Teacher Permit (12 ECE units including core courses; and for EHS and infant/toddler classrooms must also have 6 infant/toddler units); OR
• Be enrolled in a CDA credential program that will be completed within 2 years; OR
• Have an associate or baccalaureate degree (in any area) or be enrolled in a program leading to such a degree.

(a) Units in ECE/CD include course work in early childhood education/child development and at least one course in each of the following core areas 1) child/human growth and development 2) child, family and community, or child and family relations; 3) programs/curriculum. Must have received passing grade of "C" or better or credit. 
(b) For infant/toddler center(s), 3 semester units in infant/toddler development and/or programs must be included as part of the coursework requirement.
(c) Experience must be in a licensed day care center, comparable home day care or group child care program for children ages 0-5 under the supervision of a person who would qualify as a Center Supervisor. College internships and labs in a licensed day care center will count as experience.


Additional Requirements:
1. Must have strong written and verbal communication skills, and be able to communicate effectively with clients and program staff.
2. Must have knowledge of and the ability to comply with applicable laws and regulations.
3. Must be able to maintain good working relationships with other program staff.
4. Must renew and maintain a valid Children's Center Associate Teacher Permit or higher at all times.
5. Must complete health screening and TB skin test or chest x-ray prior to beginning employment. 
6. Must have dependable, insured transportation and valid California Driver's License (mileage to be reimbursed) and acceptable driving record. A DMV printout and proof of insurance will be required. (Not required for Substitutes)
7. Must demonstrate sound judgment, supervisory and administrative skills.
8. Must be self-motivated and able to work with a minimum of supervision.
9. Must be willing to increase basic knowledge of child development and early childhood education, as well as techniques of working with children with special needs and their families. Infant/Toddler center staff must be willing to participate in Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) cohorts as they become available. 
10. Must be able to direct the work of others, when applicable.
11. Must be dedicated to the goals and philosophy the program.
12. Must uphold program Standards of Conduct at all times.
13. Must provide certificates of completion of approved pediatric first aid and pediatric CPR training within 30 days of hire. Employee is responsible for renewing and maintaining a valid CPR/first aid certification at all times.
14. Must complete 15 hours of training on preventative health practices, as required by Health and Safety Code within 30 days of hire.
15. Employment is contingent upon meeting all job requirements and background requirements: criminal history check, education verification, acknowledgement of child abuse reporting responsibility, criminal record statement, etc. Employment is contingent upon receiving a clearance from appropriate authorities.
16. Must use reasonable precaution in the performance of one's duties and adhere to all applicable safety rules and practices; and act in such a manner as to assure at all times, maximum safety to one's self, fellow employees and children.
17. Must be able to relate well to all people of the community regardless of color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic level. 
18. Employment in Head Start, Early Head Start and Migrant and Seasonal Head Start is contingent upon approval of the Policy Council.
19. Must understand, uphold, and continue working toward accomplishing the mission, strategic goals and performance measures of the agency.


Physical and Environmental Requirements:
Position requires intermittent sitting, standing, walking, twisting, and bending. Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Simple grasping and hand manipulation required as well as reaching above below shoulder level. Requires working outdoors, as well as indoors in temperature-controlled environment with some exposure to copier and printer chemicals/ fumes. Must be able to withstand exposure to noise in a daycare environment.
Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Supports Administration, Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) at the center in carrying out overall program goals and objectives in a positive, open and productive manner. Shares responsibility for overall quality of children's educational experience. May support the Bus Driver in the safe transportation of children to and from the child care center. Assumes responsibility of a Teacher in the absence of the Teacher, and may give direction to Instructional Assistants, parents, community volunteers or other staff. Supports CAPSLO's mission by ensuring all children in the program are taught effectively to promote growth within the program.

San Ardo, CA 93450 2019-07-03 View
Infant Toddler Associate Teacher Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo

CAPSLO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. All positions are subject solely to CAPSLO's agency-wide policies, compensation structures and benefit packages. An applicant's prior compensation package will have no bearing in regards to employment with CAPSLO.


Position Summary:
Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Supports Administration, Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) at the center in carrying out overall program goals and objectives in a positive, open and productive manner. Shares responsibility for overall quality of children's educational experience. May support the Bus Driver in the safe transportation of children to and from the child care center. Assumes responsibility of a Teacher in the absence of the Teacher, and may give direction to Instructional Assistants, parents, community volunteers or other staff. Supports CAPSLO's mission by ensuring all children in the program are taught effectively to promote growth within the program.


Responsibilities & Duties:
1. Supports the Teacher(s) and Center Supervisor in carrying out responsibility at the center level for the overall quality of the experience offered to children and families including the assurance that laws, regulations, guidelines and policies are adhered to on a daily basis...
2. Assists in the safe supervision of children engaged in learning and play activities by: a) paying close attention to the safety of the children at all times, and b) maintaining firm, but gracious limits setting.
3. Participates in planning the overall education plan for the center and assumes responsibility for ensuring the plan in the classroom. The plan will include Weekly Lesson Plans, written observations, program individualization for each child, tracking each child's development and development of individual goals for each child with input from the parent.
4. Assists the Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) in planning developmentally appropriate activities for all children by: a) collecting supplementary books, paper, art supplies and other materials for instructional use. b) providing input into lesson plan development. c) participating in learning and small group activities. d) encouraging language development conversation with children (including the child's first language, if other than English). e) encouraging children to be involved in activities with respect to their individual preferences.
5. May conduct home visits and parent conferences, and schedules the visits at times that are suitable for the families (may require evenings and weekends), as delegated by the Center Supervisor.
6. Participates in physical activities (games, music & movement, outside play) with children which involve lifting, bending, carrying, twisting, stooping, pulling, pushing, reaching and other repetitive motions. In addition, centers caring for infants & toddlers will require lifting, carrying, diapering, changing, feeding and cleaning of children.
7. Plans, with the Teacher(s) and/or Center Supervisor, the environment at the center, including learning areas.
8. Aids children in developing cognitive, physical, one-to-one or small group skills.
9. Performs special exercises, follow-up occupational or physical therapy, and other related activities, as needed by individual children.
10. Must have visual supervision of all children at all times.
11. Aids children in developing self-help skills; toileting, feeding, dressing, napping, etc.
12. Assists with, as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, each child's Individual Education Plan (IEP)/Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) and participates in case conferencing, as needed. 
13. Assists Teacher(s) in maintaining narrative records on each child, including anecdotal records and daily charts.
14. Attends and participates in all staff meetings and required trainings. Attends in-service training as assigned by the program manager.
15. Assumes responsibility for center maintenance, including orderliness and cleanliness levels that ensure proper standards of safety and sanitation. Participates in the housekeeping duties including lifting, moving furniture and equipment, dusting, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, dishwashing, etc.
16. Keeps Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) informed of problems and concerns related to individual children, families and/or operations of the center program.
17. Documents parent contacts and child abuse reporting.
18. Shares responsibility for overall quality of education experience for all children, including child/children with disabilities. 
19. Ensures that all pertinent laws, guidelines and policies are followed.
20. May supervise Instructional Assistant(s), volunteers and visitors.
21. Maintains confidentiality of records and information of program families.
22. Provides appropriate guidance to all children. Ensures personal rights of children are maintained at all times.
23. Responsible as a Mandated Reporter of Child Abuse and Neglect. Accordingly, follows procedures for reporting known or suspected child abuse and neglect.
24. Performs other duties as assigned.


Responsibilities & Duties (when assisting on the bus):
1. Assists in the safe supervision of children engaged in boarding, riding and exiting the bus by:
a. Welcoming and helping children get on and off the bus
b. Assisting the children in fastening seat belts
c. Paying close attention to the safety of the children at all times
d. Maintaining firm, but gracious limit setting
e. Keeping children seated while the bus is in motion
f. Assisting the children during emergency evacuations
2. Keeps Bus Driver informed of problems and concerns related to individual children or families.
3. Participates in occupying the children during the ride with activities (games, songs & conversation).
4. Assists with bus inspections at the end of each trip. Part of the daily inspection includes straightening seat belts, picking up trash and checking for children and items left in the vehicle.
5. Ensures that the established bus seating chart is enforced. 
6. Verifies that at the end of the day children are being released only to the parent/legal guardian or other individual identified in writing by the parent/legal guardian.
7. Assists the Bus Driver at the end of each bus route, to check that all children have been dropped off. Sign in sheets should be used to verify delivery.
8. Performs other duties as assigned. 


Minimum Educational & Experience Requirements:
1. Must have completed 12 units ECE/CD(a)(b), with a grade C or better, or CDA Credential or CTC.
2. A minimum of 6 months of experience with children ages 0 - 5(c).
3. Must hold a current Associate Teacher Permit or higher, or qualify for and apply for one within 60 days of commencing employment. State Child Development program requires permit be held prior to beginning employment (Temporary County Certificates also acceptable).
4. Experience working with children with a diversity of special needs is desirable.
5. HS/EHS/MSHS/State-Braided Associate Teachers must also meet at least one of the following criteria:

• Have a child development associate (CDA) credential or the California equivalent of an Associate Teacher Permit (12 ECE units including core courses; and for EHS and infant/toddler classrooms must also have 6 infant/toddler units); OR
• Be enrolled in a CDA credential program that will be completed within 2 years; OR
• Have an associate or baccalaureate degree (in any area) or be enrolled in a program leading to such a degree.

(a) Units in ECE/CD include course work in early childhood education/child development and at least one course in each of the following core areas 1) child/human growth and development 2) child, family and community, or child and family relations; 3) programs/curriculum. Must have received passing grade of "C" or better or credit. 
(b) For infant/toddler center(s), 3 semester units in infant/toddler development and/or programs must be included as part of the coursework requirement.
(c) Experience must be in a licensed day care center, comparable home day care or group child care program for children ages 0-5 under the supervision of a person who would qualify as a Center Supervisor. College internships and labs in a licensed day care center will count as experience.


Additional Requirements:
1. Must have strong written and verbal communication skills, and be able to communicate effectively with clients and program staff.
2. Must have knowledge of and the ability to comply with applicable laws and regulations.
3. Must be able to maintain good working relationships with other program staff.
4. Must renew and maintain a valid Children's Center Associate Teacher Permit or higher at all times.
5. Must complete health screening and TB skin test or chest x-ray prior to beginning employment. 
6. Must have dependable, insured transportation and valid California Driver's License (mileage to be reimbursed) and acceptable driving record. A DMV printout and proof of insurance will be required. (Not required for Substitutes)
7. Must demonstrate sound judgment, supervisory and administrative skills.
8. Must be self-motivated and able to work with a minimum of supervision.
9. Must be willing to increase basic knowledge of child development and early childhood education, as well as techniques of working with children with special needs and their families. Infant/Toddler center staff must be willing to participate in Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) cohorts as they become available. 
10. Must be able to direct the work of others, when applicable.
11. Must be dedicated to the goals and philosophy the program.
12. Must uphold program Standards of Conduct at all times.
13. Must provide certificates of completion of approved pediatric first aid and pediatric CPR training within 30 days of hire. Employee is responsible for renewing and maintaining a valid CPR/first aid certification at all times.
14. Must complete 15 hours of training on preventative health practices, as required by Health and Safety Code within 30 days of hire.
15. Employment is contingent upon meeting all job requirements and background requirements: criminal history check, education verification, acknowledgement of child abuse reporting responsibility, criminal record statement, etc. Employment is contingent upon receiving a clearance from appropriate authorities.
16. Must use reasonable precaution in the performance of one's duties and adhere to all applicable safety rules and practices; and act in such a manner as to assure at all times, maximum safety to one's self, fellow employees and children.
17. Must be able to relate well to all people of the community regardless of color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic level. 
18. Employment in Head Start, Early Head Start and Migrant and Seasonal Head Start is contingent upon approval of the Policy Council.
19. Must understand, uphold, and continue working toward accomplishing the mission, strategic goals and performance measures of the agency.


Physical and Environmental Requirements:
Position requires intermittent sitting, standing, walking, twisting, and bending. Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Simple grasping and hand manipulation required as well as reaching above below shoulder level. Requires working outdoors, as well as indoors in temperature-controlled environment with some exposure to copier and printer chemicals/ fumes. Must be able to withstand exposure to noise in a daycare environment.
Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Supports Administration, Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) at the center in carrying out overall program goals and objectives in a positive, open and productive manner. Shares responsibility for overall quality of children's educational experience. May support the Bus Driver in the safe transportation of children to and from the child care center. Assumes responsibility of a Teacher in the absence of the Teacher, and may give direction to Instructional Assistants, parents, community volunteers or other staff. Supports CAPSLO's mission by ensuring all children in the program are taught effectively to promote growth within the program.

Greenfield, CA 93927 2019-07-03 View
Infant Toddler Associate Teacher Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo

CAPSLO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. All positions are subject solely to CAPSLO's agency-wide policies, compensation structures and benefit packages. An applicant's prior compensation package will have no bearing in regards to employment with CAPSLO.


Position Summary:
Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Supports Administration, Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) at the center in carrying out overall program goals and objectives in a positive, open and productive manner. Shares responsibility for overall quality of children's educational experience. May support the Bus Driver in the safe transportation of children to and from the child care center. Assumes responsibility of a Teacher in the absence of the Teacher, and may give direction to Instructional Assistants, parents, community volunteers or other staff. Supports CAPSLO's mission by ensuring all children in the program are taught effectively to promote growth within the program.


Responsibilities & Duties:
1. Supports the Teacher(s) and Center Supervisor in carrying out responsibility at the center level for the overall quality of the experience offered to children and families including the assurance that laws, regulations, guidelines and policies are adhered to on a daily basis...
2. Assists in the safe supervision of children engaged in learning and play activities by: a) paying close attention to the safety of the children at all times, and b) maintaining firm, but gracious limits setting.
3. Participates in planning the overall education plan for the center and assumes responsibility for ensuring the plan in the classroom. The plan will include Weekly Lesson Plans, written observations, program individualization for each child, tracking each child's development and development of individual goals for each child with input from the parent.
4. Assists the Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) in planning developmentally appropriate activities for all children by: a) collecting supplementary books, paper, art supplies and other materials for instructional use. b) providing input into lesson plan development. c) participating in learning and small group activities. d) encouraging language development conversation with children (including the child's first language, if other than English). e) encouraging children to be involved in activities with respect to their individual preferences.
5. May conduct home visits and parent conferences, and schedules the visits at times that are suitable for the families (may require evenings and weekends), as delegated by the Center Supervisor.
6. Participates in physical activities (games, music & movement, outside play) with children which involve lifting, bending, carrying, twisting, stooping, pulling, pushing, reaching and other repetitive motions. In addition, centers caring for infants & toddlers will require lifting, carrying, diapering, changing, feeding and cleaning of children.
7. Plans, with the Teacher(s) and/or Center Supervisor, the environment at the center, including learning areas.
8. Aids children in developing cognitive, physical, one-to-one or small group skills.
9. Performs special exercises, follow-up occupational or physical therapy, and other related activities, as needed by individual children.
10. Must have visual supervision of all children at all times.
11. Aids children in developing self-help skills; toileting, feeding, dressing, napping, etc.
12. Assists with, as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, each child's Individual Education Plan (IEP)/Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) and participates in case conferencing, as needed. 
13. Assists Teacher(s) in maintaining narrative records on each child, including anecdotal records and daily charts.
14. Attends and participates in all staff meetings and required trainings. Attends in-service training as assigned by the program manager.
15. Assumes responsibility for center maintenance, including orderliness and cleanliness levels that ensure proper standards of safety and sanitation. Participates in the housekeeping duties including lifting, moving furniture and equipment, dusting, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, dishwashing, etc.
16. Keeps Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) informed of problems and concerns related to individual children, families and/or operations of the center program.
17. Documents parent contacts and child abuse reporting.
18. Shares responsibility for overall quality of education experience for all children, including child/children with disabilities. 
19. Ensures that all pertinent laws, guidelines and policies are followed.
20. May supervise Instructional Assistant(s), volunteers and visitors.
21. Maintains confidentiality of records and information of program families.
22. Provides appropriate guidance to all children. Ensures personal rights of children are maintained at all times.
23. Responsible as a Mandated Reporter of Child Abuse and Neglect. Accordingly, follows procedures for reporting known or suspected child abuse and neglect.
24. Performs other duties as assigned.


Responsibilities & Duties (when assisting on the bus):
1. Assists in the safe supervision of children engaged in boarding, riding and exiting the bus by:
a. Welcoming and helping children get on and off the bus
b. Assisting the children in fastening seat belts
c. Paying close attention to the safety of the children at all times
d. Maintaining firm, but gracious limit setting
e. Keeping children seated while the bus is in motion
f. Assisting the children during emergency evacuations
2. Keeps Bus Driver informed of problems and concerns related to individual children or families.
3. Participates in occupying the children during the ride with activities (games, songs & conversation).
4. Assists with bus inspections at the end of each trip. Part of the daily inspection includes straightening seat belts, picking up trash and checking for children and items left in the vehicle.
5. Ensures that the established bus seating chart is enforced. 
6. Verifies that at the end of the day children are being released only to the parent/legal guardian or other individual identified in writing by the parent/legal guardian.
7. Assists the Bus Driver at the end of each bus route, to check that all children have been dropped off. Sign in sheets should be used to verify delivery.
8. Performs other duties as assigned. 


Minimum Educational & Experience Requirements:
1. Must have completed 12 units ECE/CD(a)(b), with a grade C or better, or CDA Credential or CTC.
2. A minimum of 6 months of experience with children ages 0 - 5(c).
3. Must hold a current Associate Teacher Permit or higher, or qualify for and apply for one within 60 days of commencing employment. State Child Development program requires permit be held prior to beginning employment (Temporary County Certificates also acceptable).
4. Experience working with children with a diversity of special needs is desirable.
5. HS/EHS/MSHS/State-Braided Associate Teachers must also meet at least one of the following criteria:

• Have a child development associate (CDA) credential or the California equivalent of an Associate Teacher Permit (12 ECE units including core courses; and for EHS and infant/toddler classrooms must also have 6 infant/toddler units); OR
• Be enrolled in a CDA credential program that will be completed within 2 years; OR
• Have an associate or baccalaureate degree (in any area) or be enrolled in a program leading to such a degree.

(a) Units in ECE/CD include course work in early childhood education/child development and at least one course in each of the following core areas 1) child/human growth and development 2) child, family and community, or child and family relations; 3) programs/curriculum. Must have received passing grade of "C" or better or credit. 
(b) For infant/toddler center(s), 3 semester units in infant/toddler development and/or programs must be included as part of the coursework requirement.
(c) Experience must be in a licensed day care center, comparable home day care or group child care program for children ages 0-5 under the supervision of a person who would qualify as a Center Supervisor. College internships and labs in a licensed day care center will count as experience.


Additional Requirements:
1. Must have strong written and verbal communication skills, and be able to communicate effectively with clients and program staff.
2. Must have knowledge of and the ability to comply with applicable laws and regulations.
3. Must be able to maintain good working relationships with other program staff.
4. Must renew and maintain a valid Children's Center Associate Teacher Permit or higher at all times.
5. Must complete health screening and TB skin test or chest x-ray prior to beginning employment. 
6. Must have dependable, insured transportation and valid California Driver's License (mileage to be reimbursed) and acceptable driving record. A DMV printout and proof of insurance will be required. (Not required for Substitutes)
7. Must demonstrate sound judgment, supervisory and administrative skills.
8. Must be self-motivated and able to work with a minimum of supervision.
9. Must be willing to increase basic knowledge of child development and early childhood education, as well as techniques of working with children with special needs and their families. Infant/Toddler center staff must be willing to participate in Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) cohorts as they become available. 
10. Must be able to direct the work of others, when applicable.
11. Must be dedicated to the goals and philosophy the program.
12. Must uphold program Standards of Conduct at all times.
13. Must provide certificates of completion of approved pediatric first aid and pediatric CPR training within 30 days of hire. Employee is responsible for renewing and maintaining a valid CPR/first aid certification at all times.
14. Must complete 15 hours of training on preventative health practices, as required by Health and Safety Code within 30 days of hire.
15. Employment is contingent upon meeting all job requirements and background requirements: criminal history check, education verification, acknowledgement of child abuse reporting responsibility, criminal record statement, etc. Employment is contingent upon receiving a clearance from appropriate authorities.
16. Must use reasonable precaution in the performance of one's duties and adhere to all applicable safety rules and practices; and act in such a manner as to assure at all times, maximum safety to one's self, fellow employees and children.
17. Must be able to relate well to all people of the community regardless of color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic level. 
18. Employment in Head Start, Early Head Start and Migrant and Seasonal Head Start is contingent upon approval of the Policy Council.
19. Must understand, uphold, and continue working toward accomplishing the mission, strategic goals and performance measures of the agency.


Physical and Environmental Requirements:
Position requires intermittent sitting, standing, walking, twisting, and bending. Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Simple grasping and hand manipulation required as well as reaching above below shoulder level. Requires working outdoors, as well as indoors in temperature-controlled environment with some exposure to copier and printer chemicals/ fumes. Must be able to withstand exposure to noise in a daycare environment.
Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Supports Administration, Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) at the center in carrying out overall program goals and objectives in a positive, open and productive manner. Shares responsibility for overall quality of children's educational experience. May support the Bus Driver in the safe transportation of children to and from the child care center. Assumes responsibility of a Teacher in the absence of the Teacher, and may give direction to Instructional Assistants, parents, community volunteers or other staff. Supports CAPSLO's mission by ensuring all children in the program are taught effectively to promote growth within the program.

Salinas, CA 93901 2019-07-03 View
Infant Toddler and Preschool Associate Teacher Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo

CAPSLO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. All positions are subject solely to CAPSLO's agency-wide policies, compensation structures and benefit packages. An applicant's prior compensation package will have no bearing in regards to employment with CAPSLO.


Position Summary:
Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Supports Administration, Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) at the center in carrying out overall program goals and objectives in a positive, open and productive manner. Shares responsibility for overall quality of children's educational experience. May support the Bus Driver in the safe transportation of children to and from the child care center. Assumes responsibility of a Teacher in the absence of the Teacher, and may give direction to Instructional Assistants, parents, community volunteers or other staff. Supports CAPSLO's mission by ensuring all children in the program are taught effectively to promote growth within the program.


Responsibilities & Duties:
1. Supports the Teacher(s) and Center Supervisor in carrying out responsibility at the center level for the overall quality of the experience offered to children and families including the assurance that laws, regulations, guidelines and policies are adhered to on a daily basis...
2. Assists in the safe supervision of children engaged in learning and play activities by: a) paying close attention to the safety of the children at all times, and b) maintaining firm, but gracious limits setting.
3. Participates in planning the overall education plan for the center and assumes responsibility for ensuring the plan in the classroom. The plan will include Weekly Lesson Plans, written observations, program individualization for each child, tracking each child's development and development of individual goals for each child with input from the parent.
4. Assists the Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) in planning developmentally appropriate activities for all children by: a) collecting supplementary books, paper, art supplies and other materials for instructional use. b) providing input into lesson plan development. c) participating in learning and small group activities. d) encouraging language development conversation with children (including the child's first language, if other than English). e) encouraging children to be involved in activities with respect to their individual preferences.
5. May conduct home visits and parent conferences, and schedules the visits at times that are suitable for the families (may require evenings and weekends), as delegated by the Center Supervisor.
6. Participates in physical activities (games, music & movement, outside play) with children which involve lifting, bending, carrying, twisting, stooping, pulling, pushing, reaching and other repetitive motions. In addition, centers caring for infants & toddlers will require lifting, carrying, diapering, changing, feeding and cleaning of children.
7. Plans, with the Teacher(s) and/or Center Supervisor, the environment at the center, including learning areas.
8. Aids children in developing cognitive, physical, one-to-one or small group skills.
9. Performs special exercises, follow-up occupational or physical therapy, and other related activities, as needed by individual children.
10. Must have visual supervision of all children at all times.
11. Aids children in developing self-help skills; toileting, feeding, dressing, napping, etc.
12. Assists with, as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, each child's Individual Education Plan (IEP)/Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) and participates in case conferencing, as needed. 
13. Assists Teacher(s) in maintaining narrative records on each child, including anecdotal records and daily charts.
14. Attends and participates in all staff meetings and required trainings. Attends in-service training as assigned by the program manager.
15. Assumes responsibility for center maintenance, including orderliness and cleanliness levels that ensure proper standards of safety and sanitation. Participates in the housekeeping duties including lifting, moving furniture and equipment, dusting, sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, dishwashing, etc.
16. Keeps Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) informed of problems and concerns related to individual children, families and/or operations of the center program.
17. Documents parent contacts and child abuse reporting.
18. Shares responsibility for overall quality of education experience for all children, including child/children with disabilities. 
19. Ensures that all pertinent laws, guidelines and policies are followed.
20. May supervise Instructional Assistant(s), volunteers and visitors.
21. Maintains confidentiality of records and information of program families.
22. Provides appropriate guidance to all children. Ensures personal rights of children are maintained at all times.
23. Responsible as a Mandated Reporter of Child Abuse and Neglect. Accordingly, follows procedures for reporting known or suspected child abuse and neglect.
24. Performs other duties as assigned.


Responsibilities & Duties (when assisting on the bus):
1. Assists in the safe supervision of children engaged in boarding, riding and exiting the bus by:
a. Welcoming and helping children get on and off the bus
b. Assisting the children in fastening seat belts
c. Paying close attention to the safety of the children at all times
d. Maintaining firm, but gracious limit setting
e. Keeping children seated while the bus is in motion
f. Assisting the children during emergency evacuations
2. Keeps Bus Driver informed of problems and concerns related to individual children or families.
3. Participates in occupying the children during the ride with activities (games, songs & conversation).
4. Assists with bus inspections at the end of each trip. Part of the daily inspection includes straightening seat belts, picking up trash and checking for children and items left in the vehicle.
5. Ensures that the established bus seating chart is enforced. 
6. Verifies that at the end of the day children are being released only to the parent/legal guardian or other individual identified in writing by the parent/legal guardian.
7. Assists the Bus Driver at the end of each bus route, to check that all children have been dropped off. Sign in sheets should be used to verify delivery.
8. Performs other duties as assigned. 


Minimum Educational & Experience Requirements:
1. Must have completed 12 units ECE/CD(a)(b), with a grade C or better, or CDA Credential or CTC.
2. A minimum of 6 months of experience with children ages 0 - 5(c).
3. Must hold a current Associate Teacher Permit or higher, or qualify for and apply for one within 60 days of commencing employment. State Child Development program requires permit be held prior to beginning employment (Temporary County Certificates also acceptable).
4. Experience working with children with a diversity of special needs is desirable.
5. HS/EHS/MSHS/State-Braided Associate Teachers must also meet at least one of the following criteria:

• Have a child development associate (CDA) credential or the California equivalent of an Associate Teacher Permit (12 ECE units including core courses; and for EHS and infant/toddler classrooms must also have 6 infant/toddler units); OR
• Be enrolled in a CDA credential program that will be completed within 2 years; OR
• Have an associate or baccalaureate degree (in any area) or be enrolled in a program leading to such a degree.

(a) Units in ECE/CD include course work in early childhood education/child development and at least one course in each of the following core areas 1) child/human growth and development 2) child, family and community, or child and family relations; 3) programs/curriculum. Must have received passing grade of "C" or better or credit. 
(b) For infant/toddler center(s), 3 semester units in infant/toddler development and/or programs must be included as part of the coursework requirement.
(c) Experience must be in a licensed day care center, comparable home day care or group child care program for children ages 0-5 under the supervision of a person who would qualify as a Center Supervisor. College internships and labs in a licensed day care center will count as experience.


Additional Requirements:
1. Must have strong written and verbal communication skills, and be able to communicate effectively with clients and program staff.
2. Must have knowledge of and the ability to comply with applicable laws and regulations.
3. Must be able to maintain good working relationships with other program staff.
4. Must renew and maintain a valid Children's Center Associate Teacher Permit or higher at all times.
5. Must complete health screening and TB skin test or chest x-ray prior to beginning employment. 
6. Must have dependable, insured transportation and valid California Driver's License (mileage to be reimbursed) and acceptable driving record. A DMV printout and proof of insurance will be required. (Not required for Substitutes)
7. Must demonstrate sound judgment, supervisory and administrative skills.
8. Must be self-motivated and able to work with a minimum of supervision.
9. Must be willing to increase basic knowledge of child development and early childhood education, as well as techniques of working with children with special needs and their families. Infant/Toddler center staff must be willing to participate in Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) cohorts as they become available. 
10. Must be able to direct the work of others, when applicable.
11. Must be dedicated to the goals and philosophy the program.
12. Must uphold program Standards of Conduct at all times.
13. Must provide certificates of completion of approved pediatric first aid and pediatric CPR training within 30 days of hire. Employee is responsible for renewing and maintaining a valid CPR/first aid certification at all times.
14. Must complete 15 hours of training on preventative health practices, as required by Health and Safety Code within 30 days of hire.
15. Employment is contingent upon meeting all job requirements and background requirements: criminal history check, education verification, acknowledgement of child abuse reporting responsibility, criminal record statement, etc. Employment is contingent upon receiving a clearance from appropriate authorities.
16. Must use reasonable precaution in the performance of one's duties and adhere to all applicable safety rules and practices; and act in such a manner as to assure at all times, maximum safety to one's self, fellow employees and children.
17. Must be able to relate well to all people of the community regardless of color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic level. 
18. Employment in Head Start, Early Head Start and Migrant and Seasonal Head Start is contingent upon approval of the Policy Council.
19. Must understand, uphold, and continue working toward accomplishing the mission, strategic goals and performance measures of the agency.


Physical and Environmental Requirements:
Position requires intermittent sitting, standing, walking, twisting, and bending. Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Simple grasping and hand manipulation required as well as reaching above below shoulder level. Requires working outdoors, as well as indoors in temperature-controlled environment with some exposure to copier and printer chemicals/ fumes. Must be able to withstand exposure to noise in a daycare environment.
Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Supports Administration, Center Supervisor and Teacher(s) at the center in carrying out overall program goals and objectives in a positive, open and productive manner. Shares responsibility for overall quality of children's educational experience. May support the Bus Driver in the safe transportation of children to and from the child care center. Assumes responsibility of a Teacher in the absence of the Teacher, and may give direction to Instructional Assistants, parents, community volunteers or other staff. Supports CAPSLO's mission by ensuring all children in the program are taught effectively to promote growth within the program.

King City, CA 97224 2019-07-03 View
Home Based Educator Pacific Clinics

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position is a home educator in the home-based program option of Head Start who is responsible for education, case management, and family advocacy to families in an assigned caseload by providing and linking families to comprehensive services including home visits and socialization activities.  This position works with typically developing children and children with disabilities. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:

  • Provides each family on caseload with weekly 90 minute home visits in compliance with Head Start Performance Standards. 
  • Provides family-centered services that facilitate child development, support parental roles and promote self-sufficiency.
  • Plans and provides a developmentally and linguistically appropriate curriculum and experiences in a manner appropriate to the ages, languages and cultures of children served.
  • Implements home-based education lesson plans and weekly programs for each family in accordance with each child's need, based on a method of observing and recording children’s interests and current levels of functioning. 
  • Assists families to support social and emotional development and provide positive guidance and discipline.
  • Ensures a well-run, purposeful program responsive to participant needs.
  • Screens, observes and documents children with parents as required.
  • Ensure an appropriate written Transition Plan for all children, six months before their third birthday; provide parents with training and information.
  • Works with the parent to develop an individual plan for her/his child to include goal setting based on identified needs, and activities to meet established goals (outcomes).
  • Schedules weekly home visits with families as required and on an as-needed basis and documents these events.  Plans and carries out twice-a-month socialization experiences.
  • Assists parents to establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment for children that is positive, developmentally appropriate and experientially-based.
  • Submits monthly progress reports to the supervisor as scheduled.
  • Submits monthly bills and reports to the corporate office in a timely manner.
  • Gathers and maintains individual, family and socialization data for documentation, ongoing assessment, evaluation and recordkeeping for successful individual and program planning.
  • Involves parents in the educational activities of the program:
    1. to emphasize their role as the principal influence on the child's education and development; and
    2. to assist parents to increase their knowledge, understanding, skills and experience in basic child development.
  • Serves as a single point of contact in assisting families in obtaining the services and resources needed.
  • Works as a team member with the other education staff, parents and Parent Committee members to develop a home-based curriculum that is meaningful and meets the individual and program needs.
  • Responsible for the weekly preparation of family curriculum plans, which includes objectives to be developed with parents.
  • Reports to work on time and maintains reliable and regular attendance.
  • Responsible for understanding Head Start Performance Standards and local child care licensing regulations.
  • Models Pacific clinics’ approach, mission and core values in all communication and correspondence.
  • Communicates effectively in a culturally competent and diverse consumer population and promotes favorable interaction with managers, co-workers and others.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS:

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.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS/INTERACTION:

Initiate and maintain professional interactions and communication with Clinic’s employees and/or others.

 

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE/POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

  • A.A./A.S. Degree in Child Development, Early Childhood Education (ECE), or related degree required, B.A./B.S. Degree preferred.
  • Must have some coursework in social work, human services, family services, and/ or counseling.
  • Must have knowledge and experience in Child Development, and early childhood education.
  • Knowledge in the following areas: the principles of child health, safety and nutrition; adult learning principles; and family dynamics.
  • Must maintain DOJ, FBI, and Child abuse Index Clearance
  • Must possess a current Pediatric CPR and First Aid Certification
  • Demonstrated ability to work in Windows environment (including Word and Excel).
  • Must possess a valid California driver's license and maintain an insurable driving record under the Clinics' liability policy.
  • Attends all required training and workshops that includes but is not limited to 15 hours of classroom focused professional development and methods that comply with applicable State and local laws for identifying and reporting child abuse and neglect.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  • Occasional need to provide gentle physical restraint to children.
  • May be required to lift up to 40 pounds.
  • Some exposure to communicable diseases.
  • Noise level in work environment may be moderate to loud.
  • Travel/overnight many be required associated with attendance at conferences, meetings and other duties.
  • Work is typically performed in a classroom setting and some office work required.
  • Some evenings and weekend work may occasionally be required for events such as home visits, parent teacher-conferences, Parent Committee meetings, and social and community events.
  • Work typically takes place in the home of Head Start/ Early Head Start families in various neighborhoods and with varying housing conditions. Some work in an office and community settings for the socialization experiences are also locations where work is conducted.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

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

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.  Local business travel is required.

SITE SPECIFICS:

A review of this description has excluded the marginal functions of the position that are incidental to job performance of the fundamental job duties.  All duties and requirements are essential job functions.

This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee.  The employee will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties requested by his or her Manager and/or Supervisor.

 

Pasadena, CA 91107 2019-07-03 View
Mentor Coach Coordinator Pacific Clinics

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Mentor Coach Coordinator under the direction of the Early Childhood Education Manager will coordinate the goals and objectives of the Head Start/ Early Head Start Program as defined by the Head Start Performance Standards.  The position responsibilities include planning and implementing assessments of teachers and children, assessment of the learning environments, and providing professional development activities for teachers/ home educators.  Conduct staff activities using reflective supervision, mentoring, and coaching strategies.  Support positive teacher/ child interactions to ensure high quality educational services.

This includes coordinating program and staff observations, and the collection, aggregation and analysis of data related to child outcomes and School Readiness Goals per the Head Start Performance Standards.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Promotes positive outcomes for children by improving the quality of teacher instruction and learning environments.
  • Coaches and mentors teaching staff regarding developmentally appropriate best practices for infants/ toddlers, and preschoolers.
  • Assists with assessments on the growth and development of children; teacher/child interactions; developmentally appropriate environments; and the overall quality of the program using the DRDP (Desired Results Developmental Profile), CLASS (Classroom Assessment Scoring System) , and ITERS (Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale)/ECERS (Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale) tools.
  • Conducts CLASS (Classroom Assessment Scoring System) observations and follow up conferences with teaching staff using mentoring strategies such as;
    • Encourages teachers to reflect on their teaching experiences.
    • Plans goals and objectives to improve teaching practices with special attention to interactions with children.
    • Provides feedback in a supportive, instructive and non-judgmental manner.
    • Models CLASS observations.
    • Enhances the ability of staff to observe children’s activities and experiences as part of the ongoing assessment process; and to use this information to individualize the curriculum.
  • Assists in the planning and implementing School Readiness Goals and preparation of Child Outcomes Reports.
  • Demonstrates appropriate strategies for engaging children in social interactions designed to improve their language skills and cognitive abilities.
  • Performs other tasks as assigned by the Early Childhood Education Manager.
  • Reports to work on time and maintains reliable and regular attendance.
  • Models Pacific clinics’ approach, mission and core values in all communication and correspondence.
  • Communicates effectively in a culturally competent and diverse consumer population and promotes favorable interaction with managers, co-workers and others.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

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.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS/INTERACTION:

Initiate and maintain professional interactions and communication with Clinic’s employees and/or others.

 

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE/POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must have BA/BS Degree in Education, Child Development, Early
    Childhood Education, or a related field.
  • Must have a minimum of two (2) years directly related experience in Early Child Development teaching of infant-toddler/preschool children with thorough working knowledge of early childhood education practices and principles, and/or administration and supervision. 
  • 3 ECE Units in Mentor Teacher preferred.
  • Become certified and maintain valid certification as CLASS Observer, T/I and/or Pre-K.
  • Experience working with diverse populations.
  • Familiar with current research and understand how it can be translated into classroom instruction.
  • Experience planning and implementing ECE trainings.
  • Knowledge of criteria for licensed child care in California and regulations essential to the health and welfare of children.
  • Knowledge of competencies in the comprehension of and experience using Infant Toddler Environment Rating Scale (ITERS)/ Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale (ECERS), Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS), and Desired Results Development Profile (DRDP).
  • Criminal Record (e.g. Live Scan Fingerprinting), Child Abuse Index, Sexual Offender Registry, Tuberculosis (TB) test clearances required.
  • Must possess a valid California driver's license and maintain an insurable driving record under the Clinics' liability policy.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  • Some exposure to communicable diseases.
  • May be required to lift up to 40 pounds.
  • Noise level in work environment may be moderate to loud.
  • Travel many be required associated with attendance at conferences, meetings and other duties.

Some evenings and weekend work may occasionally be required for parent committee meetings and community events.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

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

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.  Community outreach and local business travel is required.

SITE SPECIFICS:

A review of this description has excluded the marginal functions of the position that are incidental to job performance of the fundamental job duties.  All duties and requirements are essential job functions.

This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee.  The employee will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties requested by his or her Manager and/or Supervisor.

 

Pasadena, CA 91107 2019-07-03 View
Classroom Aide I Foundation for Early Childhood Education, Inc.

Summary of Duties 

This position is an entry-level position situated in the Educational Service component of a Head Start/State Preschool program. The incumbent has major responsibilities for food preparation, cleaning, as well as classroom housekeeping duties. Classroom Aide must help with classroom activities for children including, but not limited to transitions such as collection of on-going assessment information of children, napping, and tooth brushing.

  • Assist children during snack and meal times in order to demonstrate appropriate dental and personal hygiene
  • Conduct health checks of children, observes the daily health condition of the children, and reports the results to the teacher
  • Conduct daily inspection of indoor and outdoor facilities to complete health and safety inspections/monitoring, remove debris and hazardous and unsafe equipment and materials, follows work order policies to ensure needed maintenance/repairs are completed
  • Ensure care and supervision of children at all times, during all activities indoors and outdoors with children to ensure their safety and maintain compliance according to regulations
  • Provide evaluative information to the teacher on the progress and developmental status of each child by collecting observations
  • Participates in team meetings and provides input to Individualized Development Plan (IDP’s) during parent conferences/home visits.

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, & SKILLS

Education: Classroom Aide I requires six units of Early Childhood Education/Child Development Courses.

  • Head Start parents or currently enrolled Early Childhood Education students may apply for the position if three units of Early Childhood Education have been completed, and are enrolled in at least three units
  • Must be enrolled in a program leading to an Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or a related field.

A professional development plan must be created/maintained and must complete units 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 Associate’s/Bachelor’s Degree.

Permit: A Child Development Associate Teacher Permit is preferred but not required at the time of hire. Upon hire, the incumbent will be required to apply for the appropriate permit with the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC).  

Experience: At least six months of paid or volunteer experience working with children ages 3-5 years old.

Skills and Abilities: Competency to provide effective and nurturing teacher-child interactions, and to plan and implement learning experience that:

  • 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.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Prior to hire, the following must be assured:

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

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

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

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

California Child Development Associate Teacher Center Permit is a plus.   

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

PHYSICAL DEMANDS 

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to site; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear.

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

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Applicants must complete Foundation for Early Childhood Education employment application. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of application materials. Interested individuals may obtain an employment application from Human Resources Department located at 3360 Flair Dr., Ste. 100, El Monte, CA 91731 or may download the application at our website – www.foundationheadstart.org

Interested candidates must forward the following documentation to the address listed above – in c/o Human Resources Department:

1.      Employment Application – with original signature 

2.      Cover letter

3.      Resume

4.      Copy(ies) of Degrees

5.      Copy(ies) of Transcripts

6.      Letters of Recommendation

7.      And any other pertinent documentation as deemed necessary

Los Angeles County, CA 91731 2019-07-03 View
Infant Toddler and Preschool Teacher Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo


CAPSLO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. All positions are subject solely to CAPSLO's agency-wide policies, compensation structures and benefit packages. An applicant's prior compensation package will have no bearing in regards to employment with CAPSLO.


Position Summary: Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Responsible for the implementation of the program in an assigned classroom and center. Supervises Instructional Assistants and Associate Teachers in the classroom setting per Center Supervisor.

Responsibilities & Duties:

1. Supports the Center Supervisor in carrying out responsibility at the center level for the overall quality of the experience offered to children and families including the assurance that laws, regulations, guidelines and policies are adhered to on a daily basis.

2. Coordinates and conducts home visits and parent conferences as needed and schedules the visits at times that are suitable for the families (may require evenings and weekends).

3. Coordinates planning the overall education plan for the center and assumes responsibility for implementing the plan in the classroom. The plan will include program individualization for each child, tracking each child’s development and development of individual goals for each child with input from the parent.

4. Responsible for maintaining accurate documentation and tracking of the appropriate instruments and forms to ensure all program requirements are met in the mandated time frame as per program standards, including the following: • Child/Family Files • Lesson Plans • Curriculum planning • Ongoing Assessment and Transition Plans • Meal counts as delegated • Tracking sheets as delegated • Other documents as assigned

5. Plans and implements the curriculum and ensures the center environment (indoor and outdoor) is developmentally appropriate, safe and offers children a wide variety of experiences.

6. Participates in physical activities (games, music and movement, outside play) with children, which involve lifting, bending, carrying, twisting, stooping, pulling, pushing, reaching and other repetitive motions.

7. Assumes supervisory responsibility for an assigned classroom and manages the overall operation of the center in the absence of the Center Supervisor. Assumes supervisory responsibility as delegated by the Center Supervisor.

8. Attends and participates in all staff meetings and required trainings. Attends in-service training as assigned by the program manager.

9. Keeps Center Supervisor informed of any problems or concerns relating to individual children/families and/or the operation of the program.

10. Has primary responsibility for overall quality of educational experience for all children, including child/children with disabilities.

11. Must have visual supervision of all children at all times.

12. Preschool: Aids children in developing self-help skills; toileting, feeding, dressing, napping, etc. Infant/Toddler: Takes care of tasks such as diapering, feeding, dressing, preparing room for naptime, setting out snacks and meals, and clean-up.

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

14. Utilizes program policies and procedures to guide the day-to-day operations of the center.

15. May participate in daily housekeeping duties at the center level including vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, dusting, etc., which involves twisting, lifting, bending, carrying, pulling, pushing, reaching, etc. Ensures that the cleaning procedures are followed and the proper sanitation products are implemented, as designated by the Health Coordinator.

16. Maintains confidentiality of records and information of program families.

17. Provides appropriate guidance to all children. Ensures personal rights of children are maintained at all times.

18. Responsible as a Mandated Reporter of Child Abuse and Neglect. Accordingly, follows procedures for reporting known or suspected child abuse and neglect.

19. Performs other duties as assigned by the Center Supervisor or Area Manager.

Minimum Educational and Experience Requirements:

Teacher I

• AA/AS (2) (6)

• 24 units ECE/CD (1) (4)

• 6 months year related teaching exp. (3)

• RCCP, Teacher Permit or higher (5)

Teacher II

• BA/BS (2) (6)

• 12 units ECE/CD (1) (4)

• 1 year related teaching exp. (3)

• 3 units Supervised Field Experience

• Teacher Permit or higher (5) *Experience working with children with disabilities desirable.

(1) Units in ECE/CD include course work in early childhood education/child development and at least one course in each of the following core areas

A) child/human growth and development

B) child, family and community, or child and family relations;

C) programs/curriculum. Must have received passing grade of “C” or better or credit.

(2) Degree must include sixteen diversified semester units in general education (i.e., at least one course in each of the following areas: Humanities and/or Fine Arts, Social Sciences, Math and/or Science and English/Language Arts.

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

(4) For infant/toddler center(s), 3 units in infant/toddler development and/or programs must be included as part of the course work requirement for all of the above.

(5) Must hold appropriate Children’s Center Permit or qualify for an appropriate Children’s Center Permit prior to beginning employment and apply within 60 days of commencing employment. State Child Development program requires permit be held prior to beginning employment (Temporary County Certificates also acceptable).

(6) MSHS, HS, EHS programs require AA/AS or BA/BS in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or closely related field including coursework equivalent to 24 units ECE/CD. Please submit transcripts with employment application showing relevant Child Development or Early Childhood Education coursework and general education classes. Transcripts may be copies or unofficial.

Additional Requirements:

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

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

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

4. Must renew and maintain a valid Children’s Center Teacher Permit or higher at all times.

5. Must complete health screening and TB skin test or chest x-ray prior to beginning employment.

6. Must have dependable, insured transportation and valid California Driver’s License (mileage to be reimbursed) and acceptable driving record. A DMV printout and proof of insurance will be required. (Not required for Substitutes)

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

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

9. Must be willing to increase basic knowledge of child development and early childhood education, as well as techniques of working with children with special needs and their families. Infant/Toddler center staff must be willing to participate in Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) cohorts as they become available.

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

11. Must be dedicated to the goals and philosophy the program.

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

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

14. Must complete 15 hours of training on preventative health practices, as required by Health and Safety Code within 30 days of hire.

15. Employment is contingent upon meeting all job requirements and background requirements: criminal history check, education verification, acknowledgement of child abuse reporting responsibility, criminal record statement, etc. Employment is contingent upon receiving a clearance from appropriate authorities.

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

17. Must be able to relate well to all people of the community regardless of color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic level.

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

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

Physical and Environmental Requirements: Position requires intermittent sitting, standing, walking, twisting, and bending. Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Simple grasping and hand manipulation required as well as reaching above below shoulder level. Requires working outdoors, as well as indoors in temperature-controlled environment with some exposure to copier and printer chemicals/fumes. Must be able to withstand exposure to noise in a daycare environment. Mission Statement: In a commitment to eliminate the causes of poverty, the Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County, Inc., a California nonprofit corporation, aims to empower individuals and families to achieve economic self-sufficiency and self-determination through a comprehensive array of community-based programs and actions. Vision Statement: All people should have an equal chance to achieve economic self-sufficiency and self-determination for themselves and their families. As a result of increased self-sufficiency, the community and its citizens will reap the benefits of a more productive, responsible and economically viable society. 

San Lucas, CA 93954 2019-07-03 View
Infant Toddler and Preschool Teacher Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo


CAPSLO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. All positions are subject solely to CAPSLO's agency-wide policies, compensation structures and benefit packages. An applicant's prior compensation package will have no bearing in regards to employment with CAPSLO.


Position Summary: Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Responsible for the implementation of the program in an assigned classroom and center. Supervises Instructional Assistants and Associate Teachers in the classroom setting per Center Supervisor.

Responsibilities & Duties:

1. Supports the Center Supervisor in carrying out responsibility at the center level for the overall quality of the experience offered to children and families including the assurance that laws, regulations, guidelines and policies are adhered to on a daily basis.

2. Coordinates and conducts home visits and parent conferences as needed and schedules the visits at times that are suitable for the families (may require evenings and weekends).

3. Coordinates planning the overall education plan for the center and assumes responsibility for implementing the plan in the classroom. The plan will include program individualization for each child, tracking each child’s development and development of individual goals for each child with input from the parent.

4. Responsible for maintaining accurate documentation and tracking of the appropriate instruments and forms to ensure all program requirements are met in the mandated time frame as per program standards, including the following: • Child/Family Files • Lesson Plans • Curriculum planning • Ongoing Assessment and Transition Plans • Meal counts as delegated • Tracking sheets as delegated • Other documents as assigned

5. Plans and implements the curriculum and ensures the center environment (indoor and outdoor) is developmentally appropriate, safe and offers children a wide variety of experiences.

6. Participates in physical activities (games, music and movement, outside play) with children, which involve lifting, bending, carrying, twisting, stooping, pulling, pushing, reaching and other repetitive motions.

7. Assumes supervisory responsibility for an assigned classroom and manages the overall operation of the center in the absence of the Center Supervisor. Assumes supervisory responsibility as delegated by the Center Supervisor.

8. Attends and participates in all staff meetings and required trainings. Attends in-service training as assigned by the program manager.

9. Keeps Center Supervisor informed of any problems or concerns relating to individual children/families and/or the operation of the program.

10. Has primary responsibility for overall quality of educational experience for all children, including child/children with disabilities.

11. Must have visual supervision of all children at all times.

12. Preschool: Aids children in developing self-help skills; toileting, feeding, dressing, napping, etc. Infant/Toddler: Takes care of tasks such as diapering, feeding, dressing, preparing room for naptime, setting out snacks and meals, and clean-up.

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

14. Utilizes program policies and procedures to guide the day-to-day operations of the center.

15. May participate in daily housekeeping duties at the center level including vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, dusting, etc., which involves twisting, lifting, bending, carrying, pulling, pushing, reaching, etc. Ensures that the cleaning procedures are followed and the proper sanitation products are implemented, as designated by the Health Coordinator.

16. Maintains confidentiality of records and information of program families.

17. Provides appropriate guidance to all children. Ensures personal rights of children are maintained at all times.

18. Responsible as a Mandated Reporter of Child Abuse and Neglect. Accordingly, follows procedures for reporting known or suspected child abuse and neglect.

19. Performs other duties as assigned by the Center Supervisor or Area Manager.

Minimum Educational and Experience Requirements:

Teacher I

• AA/AS (2) (6)

• 24 units ECE/CD (1) (4)

• 6 months year related teaching exp. (3)

• RCCP, Teacher Permit or higher (5)

Teacher II

• BA/BS (2) (6)

• 12 units ECE/CD (1) (4)

• 1 year related teaching exp. (3)

• 3 units Supervised Field Experience

• Teacher Permit or higher (5) *Experience working with children with disabilities desirable.

(1) Units in ECE/CD include course work in early childhood education/child development and at least one course in each of the following core areas

A) child/human growth and development

B) child, family and community, or child and family relations;

C) programs/curriculum. Must have received passing grade of “C” or better or credit.

(2) Degree must include sixteen diversified semester units in general education (i.e., at least one course in each of the following areas: Humanities and/or Fine Arts, Social Sciences, Math and/or Science and English/Language Arts.

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

(4) For infant/toddler center(s), 3 units in infant/toddler development and/or programs must be included as part of the course work requirement for all of the above.

(5) Must hold appropriate Children’s Center Permit or qualify for an appropriate Children’s Center Permit prior to beginning employment and apply within 60 days of commencing employment. State Child Development program requires permit be held prior to beginning employment (Temporary County Certificates also acceptable).

(6) MSHS, HS, EHS programs require AA/AS or BA/BS in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or closely related field including coursework equivalent to 24 units ECE/CD. Please submit transcripts with employment application showing relevant Child Development or Early Childhood Education coursework and general education classes. Transcripts may be copies or unofficial.

Additional Requirements:

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

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

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

4. Must renew and maintain a valid Children’s Center Teacher Permit or higher at all times.

5. Must complete health screening and TB skin test or chest x-ray prior to beginning employment.

6. Must have dependable, insured transportation and valid California Driver’s License (mileage to be reimbursed) and acceptable driving record. A DMV printout and proof of insurance will be required. (Not required for Substitutes)

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

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

9. Must be willing to increase basic knowledge of child development and early childhood education, as well as techniques of working with children with special needs and their families. Infant/Toddler center staff must be willing to participate in Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) cohorts as they become available.

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

11. Must be dedicated to the goals and philosophy the program.

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

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

14. Must complete 15 hours of training on preventative health practices, as required by Health and Safety Code within 30 days of hire.

15. Employment is contingent upon meeting all job requirements and background requirements: criminal history check, education verification, acknowledgement of child abuse reporting responsibility, criminal record statement, etc. Employment is contingent upon receiving a clearance from appropriate authorities.

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

17. Must be able to relate well to all people of the community regardless of color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic level.

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

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

Physical and Environmental Requirements: Position requires intermittent sitting, standing, walking, twisting, and bending. Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Simple grasping and hand manipulation required as well as reaching above below shoulder level. Requires working outdoors, as well as indoors in temperature-controlled environment with some exposure to copier and printer chemicals/fumes. Must be able to withstand exposure to noise in a daycare environment. Mission Statement: In a commitment to eliminate the causes of poverty, the Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County, Inc., a California nonprofit corporation, aims to empower individuals and families to achieve economic self-sufficiency and self-determination through a comprehensive array of community-based programs and actions. Vision Statement: All people should have an equal chance to achieve economic self-sufficiency and self-determination for themselves and their families. As a result of increased self-sufficiency, the community and its citizens will reap the benefits of a more productive, responsible and economically viable society. 

San Ardo, CA 93450 2019-07-03 View
Infant Toddler and Preschool Teacher Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo


CAPSLO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. All positions are subject solely to CAPSLO's agency-wide policies, compensation structures and benefit packages. An applicant's prior compensation package will have no bearing in regards to employment with CAPSLO.


Position Summary: Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Responsible for the implementation of the program in an assigned classroom and center. Supervises Instructional Assistants and Associate Teachers in the classroom setting per Center Supervisor.

Responsibilities & Duties:

1. Supports the Center Supervisor in carrying out responsibility at the center level for the overall quality of the experience offered to children and families including the assurance that laws, regulations, guidelines and policies are adhered to on a daily basis.

2. Coordinates and conducts home visits and parent conferences as needed and schedules the visits at times that are suitable for the families (may require evenings and weekends).

3. Coordinates planning the overall education plan for the center and assumes responsibility for implementing the plan in the classroom. The plan will include program individualization for each child, tracking each child’s development and development of individual goals for each child with input from the parent.

4. Responsible for maintaining accurate documentation and tracking of the appropriate instruments and forms to ensure all program requirements are met in the mandated time frame as per program standards, including the following: • Child/Family Files • Lesson Plans • Curriculum planning • Ongoing Assessment and Transition Plans • Meal counts as delegated • Tracking sheets as delegated • Other documents as assigned

5. Plans and implements the curriculum and ensures the center environment (indoor and outdoor) is developmentally appropriate, safe and offers children a wide variety of experiences.

6. Participates in physical activities (games, music and movement, outside play) with children, which involve lifting, bending, carrying, twisting, stooping, pulling, pushing, reaching and other repetitive motions.

7. Assumes supervisory responsibility for an assigned classroom and manages the overall operation of the center in the absence of the Center Supervisor. Assumes supervisory responsibility as delegated by the Center Supervisor.

8. Attends and participates in all staff meetings and required trainings. Attends in-service training as assigned by the program manager.

9. Keeps Center Supervisor informed of any problems or concerns relating to individual children/families and/or the operation of the program.

10. Has primary responsibility for overall quality of educational experience for all children, including child/children with disabilities.

11. Must have visual supervision of all children at all times.

12. Preschool: Aids children in developing self-help skills; toileting, feeding, dressing, napping, etc. Infant/Toddler: Takes care of tasks such as diapering, feeding, dressing, preparing room for naptime, setting out snacks and meals, and clean-up.

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

14. Utilizes program policies and procedures to guide the day-to-day operations of the center.

15. May participate in daily housekeeping duties at the center level including vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, dusting, etc., which involves twisting, lifting, bending, carrying, pulling, pushing, reaching, etc. Ensures that the cleaning procedures are followed and the proper sanitation products are implemented, as designated by the Health Coordinator.

16. Maintains confidentiality of records and information of program families.

17. Provides appropriate guidance to all children. Ensures personal rights of children are maintained at all times.

18. Responsible as a Mandated Reporter of Child Abuse and Neglect. Accordingly, follows procedures for reporting known or suspected child abuse and neglect.

19. Performs other duties as assigned by the Center Supervisor or Area Manager.

Minimum Educational and Experience Requirements:

Teacher I

• AA/AS (2) (6)

• 24 units ECE/CD (1) (4)

• 6 months year related teaching exp. (3)

• RCCP, Teacher Permit or higher (5)

Teacher II

• BA/BS (2) (6)

• 12 units ECE/CD (1) (4)

• 1 year related teaching exp. (3)

• 3 units Supervised Field Experience

• Teacher Permit or higher (5) *Experience working with children with disabilities desirable.

(1) Units in ECE/CD include course work in early childhood education/child development and at least one course in each of the following core areas

A) child/human growth and development

B) child, family and community, or child and family relations;

C) programs/curriculum. Must have received passing grade of “C” or better or credit.

(2) Degree must include sixteen diversified semester units in general education (i.e., at least one course in each of the following areas: Humanities and/or Fine Arts, Social Sciences, Math and/or Science and English/Language Arts.

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

(4) For infant/toddler center(s), 3 units in infant/toddler development and/or programs must be included as part of the course work requirement for all of the above.

(5) Must hold appropriate Children’s Center Permit or qualify for an appropriate Children’s Center Permit prior to beginning employment and apply within 60 days of commencing employment. State Child Development program requires permit be held prior to beginning employment (Temporary County Certificates also acceptable).

(6) MSHS, HS, EHS programs require AA/AS or BA/BS in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or closely related field including coursework equivalent to 24 units ECE/CD. Please submit transcripts with employment application showing relevant Child Development or Early Childhood Education coursework and general education classes. Transcripts may be copies or unofficial.

Additional Requirements:

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

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

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

4. Must renew and maintain a valid Children’s Center Teacher Permit or higher at all times.

5. Must complete health screening and TB skin test or chest x-ray prior to beginning employment.

6. Must have dependable, insured transportation and valid California Driver’s License (mileage to be reimbursed) and acceptable driving record. A DMV printout and proof of insurance will be required. (Not required for Substitutes)

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

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

9. Must be willing to increase basic knowledge of child development and early childhood education, as well as techniques of working with children with special needs and their families. Infant/Toddler center staff must be willing to participate in Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) cohorts as they become available.

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

11. Must be dedicated to the goals and philosophy the program.

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

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

14. Must complete 15 hours of training on preventative health practices, as required by Health and Safety Code within 30 days of hire.

15. Employment is contingent upon meeting all job requirements and background requirements: criminal history check, education verification, acknowledgement of child abuse reporting responsibility, criminal record statement, etc. Employment is contingent upon receiving a clearance from appropriate authorities.

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

17. Must be able to relate well to all people of the community regardless of color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic level.

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

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

Physical and Environmental Requirements: Position requires intermittent sitting, standing, walking, twisting, and bending. Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Simple grasping and hand manipulation required as well as reaching above below shoulder level. Requires working outdoors, as well as indoors in temperature-controlled environment with some exposure to copier and printer chemicals/fumes. Must be able to withstand exposure to noise in a daycare environment. Mission Statement: In a commitment to eliminate the causes of poverty, the Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County, Inc., a California nonprofit corporation, aims to empower individuals and families to achieve economic self-sufficiency and self-determination through a comprehensive array of community-based programs and actions. Vision Statement: All people should have an equal chance to achieve economic self-sufficiency and self-determination for themselves and their families. As a result of increased self-sufficiency, the community and its citizens will reap the benefits of a more productive, responsible and economically viable society. 

Greenfield, CA 93927 2019-07-03 View
Infant Toddler and Preschool Teacher Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo


CAPSLO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. All positions are subject solely to CAPSLO's agency-wide policies, compensation structures and benefit packages. An applicant's prior compensation package will have no bearing in regards to employment with CAPSLO.


Position Summary: Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Responsible for the implementation of the program in an assigned classroom and center. Supervises Instructional Assistants and Associate Teachers in the classroom setting per Center Supervisor.

Responsibilities & Duties:

1. Supports the Center Supervisor in carrying out responsibility at the center level for the overall quality of the experience offered to children and families including the assurance that laws, regulations, guidelines and policies are adhered to on a daily basis.

2. Coordinates and conducts home visits and parent conferences as needed and schedules the visits at times that are suitable for the families (may require evenings and weekends).

3. Coordinates planning the overall education plan for the center and assumes responsibility for implementing the plan in the classroom. The plan will include program individualization for each child, tracking each child’s development and development of individual goals for each child with input from the parent.

4. Responsible for maintaining accurate documentation and tracking of the appropriate instruments and forms to ensure all program requirements are met in the mandated time frame as per program standards, including the following: • Child/Family Files • Lesson Plans • Curriculum planning • Ongoing Assessment and Transition Plans • Meal counts as delegated • Tracking sheets as delegated • Other documents as assigned

5. Plans and implements the curriculum and ensures the center environment (indoor and outdoor) is developmentally appropriate, safe and offers children a wide variety of experiences.

6. Participates in physical activities (games, music and movement, outside play) with children, which involve lifting, bending, carrying, twisting, stooping, pulling, pushing, reaching and other repetitive motions.

7. Assumes supervisory responsibility for an assigned classroom and manages the overall operation of the center in the absence of the Center Supervisor. Assumes supervisory responsibility as delegated by the Center Supervisor.

8. Attends and participates in all staff meetings and required trainings. Attends in-service training as assigned by the program manager.

9. Keeps Center Supervisor informed of any problems or concerns relating to individual children/families and/or the operation of the program.

10. Has primary responsibility for overall quality of educational experience for all children, including child/children with disabilities.

11. Must have visual supervision of all children at all times.

12. Preschool: Aids children in developing self-help skills; toileting, feeding, dressing, napping, etc. Infant/Toddler: Takes care of tasks such as diapering, feeding, dressing, preparing room for naptime, setting out snacks and meals, and clean-up.

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

14. Utilizes program policies and procedures to guide the day-to-day operations of the center.

15. May participate in daily housekeeping duties at the center level including vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, dusting, etc., which involves twisting, lifting, bending, carrying, pulling, pushing, reaching, etc. Ensures that the cleaning procedures are followed and the proper sanitation products are implemented, as designated by the Health Coordinator.

16. Maintains confidentiality of records and information of program families.

17. Provides appropriate guidance to all children. Ensures personal rights of children are maintained at all times.

18. Responsible as a Mandated Reporter of Child Abuse and Neglect. Accordingly, follows procedures for reporting known or suspected child abuse and neglect.

19. Performs other duties as assigned by the Center Supervisor or Area Manager.

Minimum Educational and Experience Requirements:

Teacher I

• AA/AS (2) (6)

• 24 units ECE/CD (1) (4)

• 6 months year related teaching exp. (3)

• RCCP, Teacher Permit or higher (5)

Teacher II

• BA/BS (2) (6)

• 12 units ECE/CD (1) (4)

• 1 year related teaching exp. (3)

• 3 units Supervised Field Experience

• Teacher Permit or higher (5) *Experience working with children with disabilities desirable.

(1) Units in ECE/CD include course work in early childhood education/child development and at least one course in each of the following core areas

A) child/human growth and development

B) child, family and community, or child and family relations;

C) programs/curriculum. Must have received passing grade of “C” or better or credit.

(2) Degree must include sixteen diversified semester units in general education (i.e., at least one course in each of the following areas: Humanities and/or Fine Arts, Social Sciences, Math and/or Science and English/Language Arts.

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

(4) For infant/toddler center(s), 3 units in infant/toddler development and/or programs must be included as part of the course work requirement for all of the above.

(5) Must hold appropriate Children’s Center Permit or qualify for an appropriate Children’s Center Permit prior to beginning employment and apply within 60 days of commencing employment. State Child Development program requires permit be held prior to beginning employment (Temporary County Certificates also acceptable).

(6) MSHS, HS, EHS programs require AA/AS or BA/BS in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or closely related field including coursework equivalent to 24 units ECE/CD. Please submit transcripts with employment application showing relevant Child Development or Early Childhood Education coursework and general education classes. Transcripts may be copies or unofficial.

Additional Requirements:

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

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

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

4. Must renew and maintain a valid Children’s Center Teacher Permit or higher at all times.

5. Must complete health screening and TB skin test or chest x-ray prior to beginning employment.

6. Must have dependable, insured transportation and valid California Driver’s License (mileage to be reimbursed) and acceptable driving record. A DMV printout and proof of insurance will be required. (Not required for Substitutes)

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

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

9. Must be willing to increase basic knowledge of child development and early childhood education, as well as techniques of working with children with special needs and their families. Infant/Toddler center staff must be willing to participate in Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) cohorts as they become available.

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

11. Must be dedicated to the goals and philosophy the program.

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

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

14. Must complete 15 hours of training on preventative health practices, as required by Health and Safety Code within 30 days of hire.

15. Employment is contingent upon meeting all job requirements and background requirements: criminal history check, education verification, acknowledgement of child abuse reporting responsibility, criminal record statement, etc. Employment is contingent upon receiving a clearance from appropriate authorities.

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

17. Must be able to relate well to all people of the community regardless of color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic level.

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

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

Physical and Environmental Requirements: Position requires intermittent sitting, standing, walking, twisting, and bending. Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Simple grasping and hand manipulation required as well as reaching above below shoulder level. Requires working outdoors, as well as indoors in temperature-controlled environment with some exposure to copier and printer chemicals/fumes. Must be able to withstand exposure to noise in a daycare environment. Mission Statement: In a commitment to eliminate the causes of poverty, the Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County, Inc., a California nonprofit corporation, aims to empower individuals and families to achieve economic self-sufficiency and self-determination through a comprehensive array of community-based programs and actions. Vision Statement: All people should have an equal chance to achieve economic self-sufficiency and self-determination for themselves and their families. As a result of increased self-sufficiency, the community and its citizens will reap the benefits of a more productive, responsible and economically viable society. 

Salinas, CA 93901 2019-07-03 View
Early Education Center Supervisors Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo

CAPSLO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace. All positions are subject solely to CAPSLO's agency-wide policies, compensation structures and benefit packages. An applicant's prior compensation package will have no bearing in regards to employment with CAPSLO.

 

Position Summary:

 Responsible at the center level for the day to day operation of the center including direct supervision of all center staff, monitoring and evaluation of all center staff, record keeping, curriculum,  family partnerships and involvement in the community. Ensures that State and local regulations, the Head Start Performance Standard and CAPSLO and Head Start Policies and Procedures are adhered to at a center level. Supports CAPSLO’s mission by ensuring the operation of the center is run effectively to support as many children and families as possible within the San Diego Area.

 Responsibilities & Duties:

 1.       Ensures daily that the overall program quality offered at the center level adheres to all state laws and licensing regulations, the Head Start Performance Standards, CAPSLO Personnel Policies and Procedures and instructions from the Program Director, Program Manager, and Education Supervisor.

 2.       Provides direct supervision of Teachers, Home Visitors, Associate Teachers, Instructional Assistants, Family Service Advocates, volunteers and trainees assigned to the center as assigned by the Program Director and Program Manager.

 3.       Participates in the daily housekeeping duties at the center level including vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, dusting, etc., which involves twisting, lifting, bending, carrying, pulling, pushing, reaching, etc.  Ensures that the cleaning procedures are followed and the proper sanitation products, as designated by the Health Coordinator are implemented.

 4.       Documents and tracks appropriate instruments and forms to ensure the program requirements are met in the mandated time frame as per the Head Start Performance Standards. Ensures that delegated staff document and track the following:

 Child/Family files

  • Ongoing Assessment and Transition Plans
  • Meal Counts
  • Food Production Form
  • Emergency Evacuation Plans
  • Emergency Plans
  • Health and Safety Materials
  • Monthly Monitoring Checklists
  • Lesson Plans
  • Curriculum Planning
  • Other documents as assigned

 

5.       Keeps the Head Start Policy and Procedure binders updated on an ongoing basis. Will use the binders for training purposes and to guide the day to day operation of the center.

 6.       Orders consumable supplies including paper, glue, paint, brushes, etc. to be used with children in the classroom, and instructional materials and equipment within the budget amount allocated for such purposes.

 7.       Plans and conducts a staff meeting each month. Provides the Education Supervisor with the planned agenda prior to the meeting and with the minutes after each meeting. 

 8.       Implements the curriculum.  Ensures that the center environment (indoors and outdoors) is developmentally appropriate, safe, and offers children a wide variety of experiences.  Responsible for lesson plans with input from families, staff, children and consultants.

 9.      Participates in the physical activities (games, music, and movement, outside play, etc.) with the children which involves lifting, carry, twisting, stooping, pulling, pushing, reaching, and other repetitive movements.

 10.     Works with all staff to plan agendas for the monthly Parent Committee Meetings. Responsible for Parent Education, Curriculum Planning and Center Goals at the Parent Committee Meetings.

 11.    Attends monthly Parent Committee meetings along with the Family Service Advocate, and acts as a resource.

 12.     Participates in community committees including the local school districts, Healthy Start, Etc.

 13.     Acts as the Case Manager for the children enrolled in their assigned classroom.

 14.   Keeps informed of community agencies, resources, workshops and classes. Encourages parent participation in program and community events.

 15.   Implements the Federal Performance standards for children with Disabilities in the Head Start program, with assistance from the Disabilities Coordinator.

 16.   Teaches one class of children, when needed.

 17.   Keeps the Program Director, Program Manager, and Education Supervisor informed of any problems or concerns related to the operation of the center.

 18.   Implements and directs instructional staff to follow the Communication System.

 19.     Shares responsibility for overall quality of education experience for child/children with disabilities.

 20.     Aids children in developing self-help skills: toileting, feeding, dressing, etc.

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

 22.     Monitors Home Visitor schedules, month-end paperwork, caseloads, home visit attendance and make-up visits.  Observes home visits and socializations on a regular basis.

 23.     Performs other duties as assigned by the Program Director, Program Manager and Education Supervisor.

 Minimum Educational and Experience

Requirements:

 

Center Supervisor

Minimum Requirements

Alternative
  Qualifications

 

Level I

24 units ECE/CD (1) (4)

AA/AS  (or 60 units)

 

3 units Administration

24 units ECE/CD (1)

 

16 units general education (2)

3 units Administration

 

4 years related teaching experience  (3ab)

2 years  related teaching experience (3ab)

 

RCCP, Teacher Permit or higher (5)

RCCP, Teacher Permit or higher (5)

 

 

 

Level II

AA/AS  ECE/CD (1)

BA/BS 

 

6 units Administration

12 units ECE/CD (1)

 

2 units Adult Supervision

3 units Administration

 

2 years related teaching experience (3ab)

3 units Supervised Field Experience

 

1 year supervisory experience (3a)

1 year related teaching exp. (3ab)

 

RCCP, Teacher Permit or higher (5)

Master Teacher Permit or higher (5)

 

 

(Additional alternative qualifications listed on the State CD matrix)

Level III

BA/BS

 

 

12 units ECE/CD (1)

 

 

6 units Administration

 

 

2 units Adult Supervision

 

 

3 units Supervised Field Experience

 

 

1 year  exp. as a Center Supervisor (3a)

 

 

Site Supervisor Permit or higher (5)

 

 

 

 

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

(2)  General Education Units include sixteen diversified semester units in general education (i.e., at least one course in each of the following areas:  Humanities and/or Fine Arts, Social Sciences, Math and/or Science and English/Language Arts.

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

(4)  For infant/toddler center(s), 3 semester units in infant/toddler development and/or programs must be included as part of the course work requirement for all of the above.

(5)  Must hold appropriate Children’s Center Permit or qualify for an appropriate Children’s Center Permit prior to beginning employment and apply within 60 days of commencing employment.

 

Other Requirements:

 1.       Must have strong written and verbal communication skills.

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

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

 4.       Must demonstrate a strong appreciation of human growth at all levels including children, parents, staff and community.

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

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

 7.      Must be able to relate well to all people of the community regardless of color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic level.

 8.       Must be able to guide and direct the work of others, when applicable.

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

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

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

 12.    Must complete health screening and TB skin test or chest X-ray prior to beginning employment.

 13.    Must keep informed of current Early Childhood Education practices and participate in training, workshops and classes.

 14.    Employment is contingent upon meeting all job requirements and background requirements: criminal history check, acknowledgement of child abuse reporting responsibility, criminal record statement, etc. A criminal history clearance is required within seven days of completing the Live Scan.

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

 16.   Must understand, uphold, and continue working toward accomplishing the mission, strategic goals and performance measures of the agency. As a supervisor, must assure all direct reports understand their role in accomplishing the above.

 

Physical and Environmental Requirements: 

 
Position requires intermittent sitting, standing, walking, twisting, and bending. Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Simple grasping and hand manipulation required as well as reaching above and below shoulder level.  Must be able to withstand      exposure to noise in a childcare environment.

San Lucas, CA 93954 2019-07-03 View
Human Resources Officer I Foundation for Early Childhood Education, Inc.

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:

Oversees daily operations of human resources within the organization. The HR Officer position is a crucial member of the Administration Team at Foundation. HR Officer is responsible for all duties related to employment: benefits, classification, compensation, performance appraisal, training and development, employee relations, labor relations, EEO compliance and personnel policies and procedures. The incumbent will manage the work of the HR Assistant and work closely with the Program Director. Responsible to counsel department managers regarding personnel policies, laws, and regulations. Negotiates, develops, and/or interpret the labor contract, human resources policies and procedures, and personnel handbook. Will be expected to participate in negotiations of benefit plans and rate increases with brokers and insurance providers. Coordinates staff and management training based on employee development needs. 

 

 QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS

 

 

Education:

 

  •  Bachelor’s degree or higher in Personnel Management, Business Administration, Human Resources, or related field from an institution of higher learning accredited by a regional accreditation association recognized by the Council for Higher Education Association.

 

 

 

Experience:

 

 

  • Minimum of five years’ experience in personnel/human resources administration, including labor relations and negotiation, three years of which must have been in a supervisory capacity associated with educational, social services, and family development programs that are related to Head Start and Early Head Start services

 

 

Knowledge and Skills:

 

  • Demonstrated skills and abilities for implementing, coordinating and oversight of human resources activities related to staffing retention and recruitment, fringe benefits, workplace safety compliance, employee leave administration, professional development and training.
  • Concepts and applications of benefits management, payroll, human resources information systems, employee relations, labor relations, and employee communications.
  • Familiarity with federal, state, and local laws, codes, regulations and mandates set forth in the Head Start Act and Head Start Performance Standards related to Human Resources.

 

Ability to meet physical requirements of the position, with or without reasonable accommodation

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

 

Prior to hire, the following must be assured: 

 

 

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

 

 

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

 

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

 

 

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

 

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS

 

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to site; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk. The employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, color vision and ability to adjust focus.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Applicants must complete Foundation for Early Childhood Education employment application.

 

Resumes are not accepted in lieu of application materials.

 

Interested individuals may obtain an employment application from Human Resources Department located at 3360 Flair Dr, Ste 100, El Monte, CA 91731 or may download the application at our website – www.foundationheadstart.org

 

 

Interested candidates must forward the following documentation to the address listed above by Mail or In Person – in c/o Human Resources Department:

 

 

 

1.      Employment Application – with original signature

 

2.      Cover letter

 

3.      Resume

 

4.      Copy(ies) of Degrees

 

5.      Copy(ies) of Transcripts

 

6.      Letters of Recommendation

 

7.      And any other pertinent documentation as deemed necessary

 

 

 

 

 

El Monte , CA 91731 2019-07-03 View
Teacher Assistant, Infant and Toddler - West San Fernando Valley Child Care Resource Center

Teacher Assistant, Infant and Toddler - West San Fernando Valley

 

Want to work for a non-profit agency which believesin team work, having fun and achieving success? If so, CCRC could be the right place for you!

 

Do you want to play a key role nurturing and caring for Infants and Toddlers, supporting parents and families? Are you a proven early child development educator with experience helping a diverse group children learn and grow while also engaging with parents?

 

General Summary: Under the direction of the Infant and Toddler Teacher, the Infant and Toddler Teacher Assistant will provide care for infants and toddlers in a group setting, planning, developing, implementing, and documenting the delivery of comprehensive services within the classroom in accordance with policies, procedures, and philosophy of CCRC Head Start 0-5.

 

This position works during the school year only typically from August through May or June.

This position is located in West San Fernando Valley (Canoga Park, Winnetka, Northridge, or Reseda-West).

Candidates for this position may also be considered for Teacher Assistant positions in other regions.

Canoga Park, CA 91303 2019-07-02 View
Associate Teacher (Floater) I-II, Infant Toddler Classroom (Bilingual Preferred) North Coast Opportunities

North Coast Opportunities

Head Start Child Development Program

Recruiting for Willits:

Associate Teacher (Floater) I-II, Infant Toddler Classroom

$13.06-16.45/hr DOQ. 30 hrs per week, 12 months per year. Bilingual Preferred.

Open until filled. EOE

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

Associate Teacher I:  Must have completed a minimum of 15 Early Childhood Education/Child Development (ECE/CDV) units, including 12 core and 6* Infant/Toddler (I/T) units. (Core courses include child/human growth & development; child/family/community or child and family relations; and programs/curriculum)  Must hold and maintain current a California Department of Education Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher or hold and maintain current a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential.  A minimum of six months early childhood classroom experience required. I/T classroom experience preferred.

Associate Teacher II:  Must have completed 24 ECE/CDV units, including 12 core and 6* I/T units.  Must hold and maintain current a California Department of Education Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher or hold and maintain current a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential.  A minimum of six months early childhood classroom experience required. Infant/Toddler classroom experience preferred.

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

Willits, CA 95490 2019-07-02 View
Associate Teacher I-II, Infant Toddler Classroom (Bilingual Preferred) North Coast Opportunities

North Coast Opportunities

Head Start Child Development Program

Recruiting for Ukiah:

Associate Teacher I-II, Infant Toddler Classroom

$14.41-$18.14/hr DOQ. 40 hrs per week, 12 months per year. Bilingual Preferred.

Open until filled. EOE

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

Associate Teacher I:  Must have completed a minimum of 15 Early Childhood Education/Child Development (ECE/CDV) units, including 12 core and 6* Infant/Toddler (I/T) units. (Core courses include child/human growth & development; child/family/community or child and family relations; and programs/curriculum)  Must hold and maintain current a California Department of Education Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher or hold and maintain current a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential.  A minimum of six months early childhood classroom experience required. I/T classroom experience preferred.

Associate Teacher II:  Must have completed 24 ECE/CDV units, including 12 core and 6* I/T units.  Must hold and maintain current a California Department of Education Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher or hold and maintain current a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential.  A minimum of six months early childhood classroom experience required. Infant/Toddler classroom experience preferred.

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

Ukiah, CA 95482 2019-07-02 View
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