Job Title Agency Job Description Job Location Posted on Actions
Child Development Technician Hacienda La Puente Unified School District

THE POSITION:

Assists a teacher in a Child Development Center in conducting instructional activities, providing services to children newborn to fifth grade.

 

APPLICANT FILING INFORMATION: The recruitment is open to the public. An eligibility list will be established to fill vacancies for full time, part time, evening, summer, and substitute positions throughout the duration of the eligibility list. Eligibility lists typically last for twelve months. Vacant positions are filled from the top three ranks. Pursuant to PC Rule 6.2.10, the eligibility list established for this recruitment may be used for another related classification at the same or lower salary.

 

CURRENT OPENING: There are currently seven part-time (10 month/20 to 25 hours per week) positions. Salary placement will be on Range 10 of the CSEA Salary Schedule "B." Initial salary placement for new employees is customarily at step 1 ($14.53 per hour) of this 6-step salary range.

 

NOTE: Answers to the supplemental questions, a copy of your High School diploma or evidence of equivalent educational proficiency, and transcripts verifying at least 12 units of college coursework (see minimum qualifications) must be submitted with your application. If you have previously held a Child Development permit, a copy of your permit must be submitted with your application. You may upload the documents to your online application or fax them to Denise Maloney-Flores at (626) 333-7416.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Incumbents must apply for and obtain an Associate Teacher Permit through the Commission on Teacher Credentialing. In addition, incumbents must complete 15 additional units of coursework in early childhood education or child development and obtain the renewal of the required Associate Teacher Permit. Upon completion of the renewal, incumbents are required to maintain the Associate Teacher Permit. Fees related to obtaining and renewing the Associate Teacher Permit are at the employee's expense.

 

In order to obtain the renewal of Associate Teacher Permit, incumbents have to be enrolled in an accredited institution leading to an Associate Degree or higher in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or related field. By the end of the ten years period, the incumbent must meet the requirements for the Child Development Teacher Permit. Requirements mandated by U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Head Start.

 

Optional Second Language: Some positions in this classification require the ability to speak, read, and write a second language in addition to English, and may require bilingual proficiency for which selective certification may apply (Education Code 45277).

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  • Helps children develop positive self-esteem.
  • Plans and organizes materials for group activities.
  • Observes and documents activities and progress on student records.
  • Monitors or checks assigned areas to assist in enforcing safety limits and provides guidance to children as needed.
  • Discusses child behavior with teacher or administrator.
  • Assists children with personal physical needs (e.g., toileting and diapering).
  • Assists children in problem solving.
  • Participates in play activities.
  • Supervises children in the absence of a teacher. Plans, prepares, and serves snacks or lunches.
  • Prepares instructional, display, bulletin boards, and work materials.
  • Performs various custodial activities such as sweeping, mopping, and cleaning of bathrooms, sinks, toilets, dishes, outside equipment and toys.
  • Lifts children for short periods in order to facility health or mobility needs.

 OTHER RELATED DUTIES

  • May be required to complete coursework as required by the funding source of the position.
  • May perform laundry duties.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:

Graduation from high school or evidence of equivalent educational proficiency, and completion of a minimum of 12 semester units of course work in early childhood education or child development (excluding field work), including at least one course of at least three semester units in each of the following core areas:

  • Child/human growth and development
  • Child, family, and community, or child and family relations
  • Programs/curriculum

 

Experience:

Six months paid or unpaid experience working with and/or caring for children from newborn to fifth grade.

 

Special:

  • Incumbents must apply for an Associate Teacher Permit through the Commission on
  • Teacher Credentialing within the first six months of employment.
  • Successfully complete a pre-employment physical examination. Absence of back problems or any other physical impairments that might preclude the performance of physical labor or lifting must be evident.
  • Some positions in this classification require the ability to speak, read, and write a second language in addition to English.

 

IDEAL CANDIDATES WILL HAVE:

Knowledge of:

  • Simple record keeping.
  • Basic housekeeping methods.
  • Developmentally appropriate practices with children.
  • Objective observations of children.

 

Ability to:

  • Communicate orally and in writing for the purpose of providing and obtaining information.
  • Understand and carry out oral and written directions.
  • Perform simple routine clerical duties.
  • Operate simple office machines.

 

 

*For a complete job description, including physical demands and work environment pertinent to this job, please see the job bulletin at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hlpusd.

 

City of Industry, CA 91716 2019-05-09 View
Child-Care Center Director (Early Childhood Site Supervisor I/II/III) – Permanent & TEMP EHSD/Community Services Bureau

The Child-Care Center Director (Site Supervisor I, II and III) provides the day-to-day administration of a child development site providing general child care, infant/toddler and/or pre-school services; and performs other related work as required. Tasks include but not limited to:

 

  • Ensures that daily staffing requirements and child/staff ratios are met at all times
  • Provides guidance and supervision to teaching and support staff as required
  • Ensures compliance with State licensing, Federal requirements, and contract requirements -Reviews instructional programs to ensure compliance with State and Federal requirements and developmentally appropriate practices
  • Makes recommendations on staffing, program and expenditures, and maintains inventory documents
  • Assists in interviewing, hiring, training, evaluating, and mentoring staff
  • Monitors parent involvement through individual and group contacts and meetings
  • Prepares and submits accurate and timely reports and correspondence as required
  • Maintains effective community relations, and advocates for young children
  • Interviews and certifies parent eligibility for services
  • Ensures maintenance of required children, family, and program files
  • Ensures appropriate career development for self and staff and maintains documentation as needed
  • Follows procedures for making verbal and written reports of suspected child abuse to Children's Protective Services and to others as required
  • Reports unusual incidents to Community Care Licensing and to supervisors as required. Complies with standards of conduct as required by Federal, State, and County regulations
  • Performs other tasks as may be required for the efficient operation of the comprehensive, integrated program

 

Here are some of the many benefits of working with our agency (SUBSTITUTE / TEMPORARY POSITIONS DO NOT QUALIFY):

 

•Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, and Training/Education Reimbursement

•Paid Vacation, Sick Leave, Personal Holiday Accrual, and 10 Paid County Holidays

•Quality Matters 4 and 5 Star Centers (Local Quality Rating & Improvement System)

•National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Accredited

•Nationally and Regionally Recognized for High-Quality ECE Services

•Comprehensive Services Unit to Support Wide Variety of Clients’ Needs

 

Compensation:

Child-Care Center Director I (Site Supervisor I): $3,547.68 - $4,312.23/Monthly or $20.47 - $ 24.88/Hourly

Child-Care Center Director II (Site Supervisor II): $3,901.45 - $4,742.23/Monthly or $22.51 - $ 27.36/Hourly

Child-Care Center Director III (Site Supervisor III): $4,185.59 - $5,087.61/Monthly or $24.15 - $ 29.35/Hourly

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Minimum Experience Required:

 

Child-Care Center Director I (Site Supervisor I): two (2) years of full-time (or the equivalent of full-time) experience as a Teacher in a publicly funded preschool or child development program

Child-Care Center Director II (Site Supervisor II): two (2) years of full time or its equivalent experience as a Child-Care Center Director or Site Supervisor in a publicly funded preschool or child development program

Child-Care Center Director III (Site Supervisor III): four (4) years of full time or its equivalent experience as a Child-Care Center Director or Site Supervisor in a publicly funded preschool or child development program

 

Education:

Bachelor Degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or related field preferred.

Certificate Required: Possession of a Child Development Site Supervisor Permit issued by the State of California or official written verification that all requirements for the permit have been completed and application has been made to the State. Employment will require mandatory maintenance of the permit by taking continuing education courses as specified by the State for its renewal.

 

Additional Requirements: Must possess and maintain a valid CA Driver's License, successfully pass a physical exam/TB and Department of Justice fingerprint clearance.

 

Job Type: Full Time, Temporary

 

For complete job description and minimum qualifications go online to www.cccounty.us/hr and apply online for permanent position.

To apply for a temporary position, please call CSB Personnel Unit at (925)608-5020 or email the designated representative.

Martinez, CA 94553 2019-05-08 View
Family Service Associate Pacific Clinics

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position supports and assists families as they identify and meet their goals through a family-centered case management model for developing and carrying out the program Family Partnership Agreements including responsibility for child files, enrollment/applications, etc. This position also assists with the completion of the child health requirements and other required screenings and assessments. This position supports the larger system of social services coordinated by Head Start/Early Head Start, thereby supporting the goals of the program. The position may involve reassignment of caseloads and/or center location as deemed necessary for program operations.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:

• Coordinates with center staff to integrate family partnership goals with classroom efforts and ensures integrated child and family curriculum.
• Participates in team management functions of planning, implementing and evaluating Family and Community Partnership goals and objectives.
• Participates in in-service, workshops, conferences and college courses to enhance skills.
• Recruits prospective families and assists with enrollment process.
• Conducts home visits to facilitate family plans, assists families in achieving identified goals and follow-up on referrals. Acts as a case manager and works cooperatively with local agencies to assist families to linkup with services in the local community.
• Assists with the completion of the child health screening, other required screenings and assessments and is familiar with referral requirements.
• Conducts and documents follow-up on all referrals.
• While respecting family confidentiality, regularly shares information with teachers to ensure coordinated services that meet the needs of individual children and families.
• Provides health, safety and family literacy activities to parents, as appropriate.
• Coordinates with center staff to promote parent involvement in the program as a classroom visitor, volunteer, employee, and/or participant in family events.
• Promotes effective community support for families by coordination and advocacy for services with community agencies.

• Develops a working knowledge of community resources. At least annually, visits with major agencies for service delivery updates and Community Resource Guide updates.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE/POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

• Required B.A./B.S. Degree in Human Services or related field, degree in Social Sciences preferred.
• Demonstrated understanding Head Start Performance Standards and local child care licensing regulations.
• Demonstrated understanding and ability to generate documentation supporting in-kind and other allowable costs as applicable to the non-federal share requirement.
• Demonstrated knowledge of the regulations associated with prevention of occupational disease and injury, including the exercise of universal precautions and the prevention of contamination.
• Must be able to speak English/Spanish (Bilingual) or one of the predominant languages in the service area.
• Must have good verbal/written skills.
• Ability to work within deadlines and maintain time management skills.
• Demonstrated ability to work in Windows environment (including MS Office, Excel, Internet).
• Must maintain DOJ, FBI, and Child Abuse Index Clearance.
• Must possess a current Pediatric CPR and First Aid Certification.
• Must possess a valid California driver's license, reliable transportation 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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• Travel time to make contact with families and agencies is required.
• Some exposure to communicable diseases.
• Travel/overnight many be required associated with attendance at conferences, meetings and other duties.
• Noise level in work environment may be moderate to loud.
• Must be available, as requested, for a variety of evening and weekend meetings as well as social and community events.
• May be required to lift up to 40 pounds.

• Refers families for emergency or crisis assistance.
• Participates in chart audits and child profile development.
• Coordinates or refers families to opportunities for continuing education, employment training and other employment services through formal or informal networking in the community.
- Assists other program staff to offer (either directly or through referral to local entities) to parents of participating children the following:
- training in basic child development;
- assistance in developing communication skills;
- opportunities to share experiences with other parents;
- regular in-home visitation; and any other activity designed to help parents become full partners in the education of their children.
• Provides with respect to each participating family, a family needs assessment that includes consultation with such parents about the benefits of parent involvement and about the activities in which parents may choose to participate.
• Performs community outreach to encourage individuals previously unaffiliated with Head Start/Early Head Start program to participate in its Head Start/Early Head Start program as volunteers.
• Informs custodial parents in single-parent families that participate in programs, activities or services about the availability of child support services for purposes of establishing paternity and acquiring child support and refers eligible parents to child support offices of State and local governments.
• Arranges for education and other appropriate intervention including opportunities for families to participate in counseling or to receive information on mental health, substance abuse, child abuse and neglect and domestic violence.
• Attends parent/teacher conferences, as requested.
• Assists teaching staff with Parent Committee meetings, Family Nights, socializations and other parent activities.
• Assists families in making the transition into and out of the Early Head Start/Head Start Program.
• Ensure an appropriate written Transition Plan for all children, six months before their third birthday; provide parents with training and information. Establish communication to facilitate and coordinate the transition.
• Provides to parents of limited English proficient children outreach and information in a language that the parents can understand.
• Documents efforts to assist families in identifying their strengths, needs and sufficiency goals. Performs data entry functions as necessary to keep files up-to-date. Uses HSFIS/Child Plus or other database software.
• Tracks family partnership efforts and outcomes. Documents efforts to support parents in establishing strong community ties, such as finding a “medical home.”
• Records, monitors and follows up on referrals for support services for reporting requirements.
• Submits reports as needed and requested, such as monthly summary tracking reports, Follows up with families to determine whether the kind, quality and timeliness of the services received through referral met the family’s expectations and circumstances.
• Maintains and provides data for the annual Program Information Report (PIR).
• Attends all workshops and meetings as deemed necessary by the immediate supervisor.
• Attends all required staff and parent meetings and activities.
• Positively promotes Head Start in the community.
• Maintains strict confidentiality with respect to Head Start/Early Head Start children, families and staff in accordance with established policies and procedures.
• Evaluates family needs, formulate service plans, and ensure delivery of services.
• Exhibits patience and tact when communicating with children, families, staff, management, referral sources and the public.
• 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.


Pacific Clinics is an Equal Opportunity Employer

We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation or veteran status.

 

Pasadena, CA 91107 2019-05-07 View
Family Service Associate Pacific Clinics

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position supports and assists families as they identify and meet their goals through a family-centered case management model for developing and carrying out the program Family Partnership Agreements including responsibility for child files, enrollment/applications, etc. This position also assists with the completion of the child health requirements and other required screenings and assessments. This position supports the larger system of social services coordinated by Head Start/Early Head Start, thereby supporting the goals of the program. The position may involve reassignment of caseloads and/or center location as deemed necessary for program operations.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:

• Coordinates with center staff to integrate family partnership goals with classroom efforts and ensures integrated child and family curriculum.
• Participates in team management functions of planning, implementing and evaluating Family and Community Partnership goals and objectives.
• Participates in in-service, workshops, conferences and college courses to enhance skills.
• Recruits prospective families and assists with enrollment process.
• Conducts home visits to facilitate family plans, assists families in achieving identified goals and follow-up on referrals. Acts as a case manager and works cooperatively with local agencies to assist families to linkup with services in the local community.
• Assists with the completion of the child health screening, other required screenings and assessments and is familiar with referral requirements.
• Conducts and documents follow-up on all referrals.
• While respecting family confidentiality, regularly shares information with teachers to ensure coordinated services that meet the needs of individual children and families.
• Provides health, safety and family literacy activities to parents, as appropriate.
• Coordinates with center staff to promote parent involvement in the program as a classroom visitor, volunteer, employee, and/or participant in family events.
• Promotes effective community support for families by coordination and advocacy for services with community agencies.

• Develops a working knowledge of community resources. At least annually, visits with major agencies for service delivery updates and Community Resource Guide updates.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE/POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

• Required B.A./B.S. Degree in Human Services or related field, degree in Social Sciences preferred.
• Demonstrated understanding Head Start Performance Standards and local child care licensing regulations.
• Demonstrated understanding and ability to generate documentation supporting in-kind and other allowable costs as applicable to the non-federal share requirement.
• Demonstrated knowledge of the regulations associated with prevention of occupational disease and injury, including the exercise of universal precautions and the prevention of contamination.
• Must be able to speak English/Spanish (Bilingual) or one of the predominant languages in the service area.
• Must have good verbal/written skills.
• Ability to work within deadlines and maintain time management skills.
• Demonstrated ability to work in Windows environment (including MS Office, Excel, Internet).
• Must maintain DOJ, FBI, and Child Abuse Index Clearance.
• Must possess a current Pediatric CPR and First Aid Certification.
• Must possess a valid California driver's license, reliable transportation 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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• Travel time to make contact with families and agencies is required.
• Some exposure to communicable diseases.
• Travel/overnight many be required associated with attendance at conferences, meetings and other duties.
• Noise level in work environment may be moderate to loud.
• Must be available, as requested, for a variety of evening and weekend meetings as well as social and community events.
• May be required to lift up to 40 pounds.

• Refers families for emergency or crisis assistance.
• Participates in chart audits and child profile development.
• Coordinates or refers families to opportunities for continuing education, employment training and other employment services through formal or informal networking in the community.
- Assists other program staff to offer (either directly or through referral to local entities) to parents of participating children the following:
- training in basic child development;
- assistance in developing communication skills;
- opportunities to share experiences with other parents;
- regular in-home visitation; and any other activity designed to help parents become full partners in the education of their children.
• Provides with respect to each participating family, a family needs assessment that includes consultation with such parents about the benefits of parent involvement and about the activities in which parents may choose to participate.
• Performs community outreach to encourage individuals previously unaffiliated with Head Start/Early Head Start program to participate in its Head Start/Early Head Start program as volunteers.
• Informs custodial parents in single-parent families that participate in programs, activities or services about the availability of child support services for purposes of establishing paternity and acquiring child support and refers eligible parents to child support offices of State and local governments.
• Arranges for education and other appropriate intervention including opportunities for families to participate in counseling or to receive information on mental health, substance abuse, child abuse and neglect and domestic violence.
• Attends parent/teacher conferences, as requested.
• Assists teaching staff with Parent Committee meetings, Family Nights, socializations and other parent activities.
• Assists families in making the transition into and out of the Early Head Start/Head Start Program.
• Ensure an appropriate written Transition Plan for all children, six months before their third birthday; provide parents with training and information. Establish communication to facilitate and coordinate the transition.
• Provides to parents of limited English proficient children outreach and information in a language that the parents can understand.
• Documents efforts to assist families in identifying their strengths, needs and sufficiency goals. Performs data entry functions as necessary to keep files up-to-date. Uses HSFIS/Child Plus or other database software.
• Tracks family partnership efforts and outcomes. Documents efforts to support parents in establishing strong community ties, such as finding a “medical home.”
• Records, monitors and follows up on referrals for support services for reporting requirements.
• Submits reports as needed and requested, such as monthly summary tracking reports, Follows up with families to determine whether the kind, quality and timeliness of the services received through referral met the family’s expectations and circumstances.
• Maintains and provides data for the annual Program Information Report (PIR).
• Attends all workshops and meetings as deemed necessary by the immediate supervisor.
• Attends all required staff and parent meetings and activities.
• Positively promotes Head Start in the community.
• Maintains strict confidentiality with respect to Head Start/Early Head Start children, families and staff in accordance with established policies and procedures.
• Evaluates family needs, formulate service plans, and ensure delivery of services.
• Exhibits patience and tact when communicating with children, families, staff, management, referral sources and the public.
• 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.


Pacific Clinics is an Equal Opportunity Employer

We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation or veteran status.

 

Pasadena, CA 91107 2019-05-07 View
Assistant Teacher Pacific Clinics

POSITION SUMMARY:

 

Under the supervision of the Service Area Supervisor, the Assistant Teacher works as a partner with the teacher/lead teacher in developing activities for Head Start/Early Head Start children, providing them with varied experiences and an appropriate learning environment.

 

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:

 

·         Responsible for assisting the teacher with all classroom activities including, planning, outdoor activities/field trips, curriculum and child assessment implementation, and supervision of children.

·         Assists with the design and planning of the daily classroom program based on the program curriculum.

·         Assists with the development of individual education plans for each child.

·         Supervises children visually at all times to ensure their continuous safety and care (while they are using indoor and outdoor facilities).

·         Helps children to develop verbal and non-verbal language and communication skills, including the ability to communicate in and further the child's familiarity with his/her dominant language.

·         Helps maintains a well-arranged and orderly classroom.

·         Assists with inspection of facilities for hazardous conditions, unsafe equipment and materials; follows an emergency exit plan and helps conduct monthly emergency exit drills.

·         Assists with planning and implementing activities to meet the physical needs of the children, including children with disabilities and special needs due to physical and/or mental impairment.

·         Participates in parent education programs, including orientation, child development, curriculum, and parent meeting/workshops as needed; works effectively in a bilingual, diverse cultural setting.

·         Responsible for the care and organization of all supplies and materials in the classroom.

·         Assists with the evaluation of classroom quality using the Early Childhood Education Rating Scale (ECERS) and other assessment tools such as the Environmental Math Scan; helps create improvement action plans and follow through with corrections based on findings.

·         Assists in developing materials and providing activities related to the cultural background of the children and families served.

·         Helps supervise at mealtime, eating with the children to encourage good nutrition and proper social skills.

·         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/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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE/POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

 

Must have an A.A./A.S Degree in Child Development, Early Childhood, Education or related degree.

 

·         Must possess a current Child Development Teacher Permit.

 

·         Must maintain DOJ, FBI, and Child Abuse Index Clearance.

 

·         Must possess a current Pediatric CPR and First Aid Certification.

 

·         Ability to resolve conflict and use abstract reasoning, problem solving, planning, and analytical skills in training, evaluation, and program development

 

·         Demonstrated ability to work in Windows environment (including Word and Excel).

 

 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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

 

·         Occasional need to provide gentle physical restraint to children.

 

·         Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds.

 

·         Some exposure to communicable diseases.

 

·         Noise level in work environment may be moderate to loud.

 

·         Work is typically performed in a classroom setting and some office work required.

 

 WORK ENVIRONMENT:

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

 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.


Pacific Clinics is an Equal Opportunity Employer

We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation or veteran status.

 

 

 

Glendale, CA 91206 2019-05-07 View
Family Service Associate Pacific Clinics

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position supports and assists families as they identify and meet their goals through a family-centered case management model for developing and carrying out the program Family Partnership Agreements including responsibility for child files, enrollment/applications, etc. This position also assists with the completion of the child health requirements and other required screenings and assessments. This position supports the larger system of social services coordinated by Head Start/Early Head Start, thereby supporting the goals of the program. The position may involve reassignment of caseloads and/or center location as deemed necessary for program operations.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:

• Coordinates with center staff to integrate family partnership goals with classroom efforts and ensures integrated child and family curriculum.
• Participates in team management functions of planning, implementing and evaluating Family and Community Partnership goals and objectives.
• Participates in in-service, workshops, conferences and college courses to enhance skills.
• Recruits prospective families and assists with enrollment process.
• Conducts home visits to facilitate family plans, assists families in achieving identified goals and follow-up on referrals. Acts as a case manager and works cooperatively with local agencies to assist families to linkup with services in the local community.
• Assists with the completion of the child health screening, other required screenings and assessments and is familiar with referral requirements.
• Conducts and documents follow-up on all referrals.
• While respecting family confidentiality, regularly shares information with teachers to ensure coordinated services that meet the needs of individual children and families.
• Provides health, safety and family literacy activities to parents, as appropriate.
• Coordinates with center staff to promote parent involvement in the program as a classroom visitor, volunteer, employee, and/or participant in family events.
• Promotes effective community support for families by coordination and advocacy for services with community agencies.

• Develops a working knowledge of community resources. At least annually, visits with major agencies for service delivery updates and Community Resource Guide updates.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE/POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

• Required B.A./B.S. Degree in Human Services or related field, degree in Social Sciences preferred.
• Demonstrated understanding Head Start Performance Standards and local child care licensing regulations.
• Demonstrated understanding and ability to generate documentation supporting in-kind and other allowable costs as applicable to the non-federal share requirement.
• Demonstrated knowledge of the regulations associated with prevention of occupational disease and injury, including the exercise of universal precautions and the prevention of contamination.
• Must be able to speak English/Spanish (Bilingual) or one of the predominant languages in the service area.
• Must have good verbal/written skills.
• Ability to work within deadlines and maintain time management skills.
• Demonstrated ability to work in Windows environment (including MS Office, Excel, Internet).
• Must maintain DOJ, FBI, and Child Abuse Index Clearance.
• Must possess a current Pediatric CPR and First Aid Certification.
• Must possess a valid California driver's license, reliable transportation 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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• Travel time to make contact with families and agencies is required.
• Some exposure to communicable diseases.
• Travel/overnight many be required associated with attendance at conferences, meetings and other duties.
• Noise level in work environment may be moderate to loud.
• Must be available, as requested, for a variety of evening and weekend meetings as well as social and community events.
• May be required to lift up to 40 pounds.

• Refers families for emergency or crisis assistance.
• Participates in chart audits and child profile development.
• Coordinates or refers families to opportunities for continuing education, employment training and other employment services through formal or informal networking in the community.
- Assists other program staff to offer (either directly or through referral to local entities) to parents of participating children the following:
- training in basic child development;
- assistance in developing communication skills;
- opportunities to share experiences with other parents;
- regular in-home visitation; and any other activity designed to help parents become full partners in the education of their children.
• Provides with respect to each participating family, a family needs assessment that includes consultation with such parents about the benefits of parent involvement and about the activities in which parents may choose to participate.
• Performs community outreach to encourage individuals previously unaffiliated with Head Start/Early Head Start program to participate in its Head Start/Early Head Start program as volunteers.
• Informs custodial parents in single-parent families that participate in programs, activities or services about the availability of child support services for purposes of establishing paternity and acquiring child support and refers eligible parents to child support offices of State and local governments.
• Arranges for education and other appropriate intervention including opportunities for families to participate in counseling or to receive information on mental health, substance abuse, child abuse and neglect and domestic violence.
• Attends parent/teacher conferences, as requested.
• Assists teaching staff with Parent Committee meetings, Family Nights, socializations and other parent activities.
• Assists families in making the transition into and out of the Early Head Start/Head Start Program.
• Ensure an appropriate written Transition Plan for all children, six months before their third birthday; provide parents with training and information. Establish communication to facilitate and coordinate the transition.
• Provides to parents of limited English proficient children outreach and information in a language that the parents can understand.
• Documents efforts to assist families in identifying their strengths, needs and sufficiency goals. Performs data entry functions as necessary to keep files up-to-date. Uses HSFIS/Child Plus or other database software.
• Tracks family partnership efforts and outcomes. Documents efforts to support parents in establishing strong community ties, such as finding a “medical home.”
• Records, monitors and follows up on referrals for support services for reporting requirements.
• Submits reports as needed and requested, such as monthly summary tracking reports, Follows up with families to determine whether the kind, quality and timeliness of the services received through referral met the family’s expectations and circumstances.
• Maintains and provides data for the annual Program Information Report (PIR).
• Attends all workshops and meetings as deemed necessary by the immediate supervisor.
• Attends all required staff and parent meetings and activities.
• Positively promotes Head Start in the community.
• Maintains strict confidentiality with respect to Head Start/Early Head Start children, families and staff in accordance with established policies and procedures.
• Evaluates family needs, formulate service plans, and ensure delivery of services.
• Exhibits patience and tact when communicating with children, families, staff, management, referral sources and the public.
• 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.


Pacific Clinics is an Equal Opportunity Employer

We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation or veteran status.

 

Pasadena, CA 91107 2019-05-07 View
Preschool Teacher I Easterseals Southern California

Join our team if you are interested in:

  • Having a long-term, positive impact on a child’s academic achievement

  • Helping to make families more self-sufficient

  • Providing a safe and supportive environment for children

 

Qualifications include:

  •  Associate Teacher permit or 12 units of early childhood education/child development.
  • Experience teaching in a preschool and infant/toddler classroom setting.
  • Training and experience necessary to develop consistent, stable and supportive relationships with very young children and knowledge of infant and toddler development, safety issues in infant and toddler child care settings.
  • Ability to properly interpret and implement regulations, policies and procedures of the California Department of Education, Funding Terms and Conditions (Title 5), Child Development Division, the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing program regulations (Title 22), Easterseals Southern California and Early Head Start/Head Start Performance Standards (Title 5, 17 and 22
Ventura, CA 93004 2019-05-06 View
Preschool Teacher II or III Easterseals Southern California

Join our team if you are interested in:

  • Having a long-term, positive impact on a child’s academic achievement

  • Helping to make families more self-sufficient

  • Providing a safe and supportive environment for children

 

Qualifications include:

  • AA degree or higher and Associate Teacher permit or 12 units of early childhood education/child development.
  • Experience teaching in a preschool and infant/toddler classroom setting.
  • Training and experience necessary to develop consistent, stable and supportive relationships with very young children and knowledge of infant and toddler development, safety issues in infant and toddler child care settings.
  • Ability to properly interpret and implement regulations, policies and procedures of the California Department of Education, Funding Terms and Conditions (Title 5), Child Development Division, the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing program regulations (Title 22), Easterseals Southern California and Early Head Start/Head Start Performance Standards (Title 5, 17 and 22).
Ventura, CA 93004 2019-05-06 View
Preschool Teacher Home Visitor Easterseals Southern California

Join our team if you are interested in:

  • Having a long-term, positive impact on a child’s academic achievement

  • Helping to make families more self-sufficient

  • Providing a safe and supportive environment for children

 

Qualifications

 

  • Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher in compliance with Title 5 or 12 units in early childhood education/child development.
  • Ability to properly interpret and implement regulations, policies and procedures of the Head Start performance standards, and the policies and procedures of Easterseals.  
  • Ability to communicate effectively, through oral and written skills, and work cooperatively with a variety of individuals and groups. Must relate well to children and their families and maintain positive affect.
Ventura, CA 93004 2019-05-06 View
Family Support Assistant Easterseals Southern California

Under close supervision, assist in facilitating staff, family, community and parent activities. Provide clerical support to Content Area Expert. Assist in the integration of all Department of Education, Head Start and Early Head Start service areas into community development.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Assist in the completion and maintain up-to-date records for each enrolled family.

2. Input specific Content Area information into Child Outcome Planning and Administration (COPA) database system.

3. Assist in the implementation of Center Base Family Plan activities with other organizations, agencies or individuals involved in providing services to the family. Assist in recruitment/enrollment for expectant parents, infants, toddlers and their families into Head Start, Early Head Start and Department of Education.

4. Assist in implementing Head Start Performance Standards, policies and procedures and Easter Seals Southern California (ESSC) standards of conduct.

5. Provide resources, information and/or referrals for Center Base families in the following areas: mental health, education, health needs, nutrition and other topics requested by family.

 

1. A minimum of one year clerical experience.
2. Possession of pediatric (infant/toddler) CPR and first aid certificate.
3. Possession of valid Food Handlers Certification.
4. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and other related computer software. Knowledge of COPA preferred.
5. A minimum of one year experience supporting and coordinating parent involvement, resources, families’ goals and transitions.
6. Experience planning and implementing activities for an agency or organization.
7. Experience developing rapport with diverse families of very young children.
8. Ability to communicate effectively, through oral and written skills, and work cooperatively with a variety of individuals, groups and families.
9. Exercise sound judgment, plan, establish and meet timelines.
10. Ability to follow regulations, policies and procedures of Head Start Performance Standard, the California Department of Education, Funding Terms and Conditions (Title 5), Child Development Division, the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing (Title 22), and of ESSC, Inc.
11. Ability to stand for extended periods. Ability to lift 40 lbs continuously. Ability to reach, bend, stoop and squat. Possess fine manual dexterity, can push, pull, talk/hear, with near and far visual acuity/depth perception/color vision/field of vision.
12. Ability to pass post-offer medical examination and test for tuberculosis.
13. Ability to obtain fingerprint clearance per Easter Seals Southern California and/or program requirements.
14. Ability to travel locally, maintain driving record in compliance with Transportation Safety Standards, proper auto insurance and vehicle registration

Escondido, CA 92025 2019-05-06 View
Mental Health Disability Specialist Easterseals Southern California

SYNOPSIS OF DUTIES: Under general administrative direction, work collaboratively with staff and families to ensure delivery of services to all children including those with identified disabilities participating in the Early Head Start/Head Start and Dept. of Education programs.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Develop, maintain and track all Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) and Individual Education Plans (IEP), children’s progress reports and all record-keeping documentation in cooperation with Head Start Performance Standards. Work collaboratively with staff and parents about issues related to atypical behavior or development and the individual needs of children. Conduct on site behavioral screenings on children within 45 days of enrollment. Identify resources in the community and secure Memorandums of Understanding with each agency. Assist in the development and presentation of staff in-service trainings regarding early intervention, and other related topics as directed. Attend IFSP/IEP meetings as directed.                                                                              

Perform other assignments as needed based on associate’s expertise, knowledge, ability or needs of the program.

 

1. Knowledge of policies and procedures of the California Department of Education, Child Development Division and the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing program regulations, funding terms and conditions (Title 5 and Title 22).

2. Bachelor’s degree or higher in related field of Psychology, Child Development, or Special Education.

3. Must have successfully completed an Infant toddler class from an accredited college with a “B” grade or better.

4. Ability to communicate effectively, through oral and written skills, and work cooperatively with a variety of individuals and groups. Must relate well to children and their families.

5. Exercise sound judgment, establish and meet timelines, plan. Coordinate and implement school site programs.

6. Possession of pediatric (infant/toddler) CPR and first aid certificate.

7. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and other related computer software.

8. Ability to stand for extended periods. Ability to reach, bend, stoop squat. Also possess fine manual dexterity, can push, pull, talk/hear, with near and far visual acuity/depth perception/color vision/field of vision.

9. Pass FBI, DOJ and Criminal Background Check

10. Ability to travel locally, maintain clean driving record, proper auto insurance and vehicle registration.

Escondido, CA 92025 2019-05-06 View
Preschool Teacher II or III **HIRING BONUS OFFERED** Easterseals Southern California

Join our team if you are interested in:

  • Having a long-term, positive impact on a child’s academic achievement

  • Helping to make families more self-sufficient

  • Providing a safe and supportive environment for children

 

Qualifications include:

  • AA degree or higher and Associate Teacher permit or 12 units of early childhood education/child development.
  • Experience teaching in a preschool and infant/toddler classroom setting.
  • Training and experience necessary to develop consistent, stable and supportive relationships with very young children and knowledge of infant and toddler development, safety issues in infant and toddler child care settings.
  • Ability to properly interpret and implement regulations, policies and procedures of the California Department of Education, Funding Terms and Conditions (Title 5), Child Development Division, the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing program regulations (Title 22), Easterseals Southern California and Early Head Start/Head Start Performance Standards (Title 5, 17 and 22).
Encinitas, CA 92024 2019-05-06 View
Preschool Teacher II or III **HIRING BONUS OFFERED** Easterseals Southern California

Join our team if you are interested in:

  • Having a long-term, positive impact on a child’s academic achievement

  • Helping to make families more self-sufficient

  • Providing a safe and supportive environment for children

 

Qualifications include:

  • AA degree or higher and Associate Teacher permit or 12 units of early childhood education/child development.
  • Experience teaching in a preschool and infant/toddler classroom setting.
  • Training and experience necessary to develop consistent, stable and supportive relationships with very young children and knowledge of infant and toddler development, safety issues in infant and toddler child care settings.
  • Ability to properly interpret and implement regulations, policies and procedures of the California Department of Education, Funding Terms and Conditions (Title 5), Child Development Division, the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing program regulations (Title 22), Easterseals Southern California and Early Head Start/Head Start Performance Standards (Title 5, 17 and 22).
Leucadia, CA 92024 2019-05-06 View
Preschool Teacher II or III **HIRING BONUS OFFERED** Easterseals Southern California

Join our team if you are interested in:

  • Having a long-term, positive impact on a child’s academic achievement

  • Helping to make families more self-sufficient

  • Providing a safe and supportive environment for children

 

Qualifications include:

  • AA degree or higher and Associate Teacher permit or 12 units of early childhood education/child development.
  • Experience teaching in a preschool and infant/toddler classroom setting.
  • Training and experience necessary to develop consistent, stable and supportive relationships with very young children and knowledge of infant and toddler development, safety issues in infant and toddler child care settings.
  • Ability to properly interpret and implement regulations, policies and procedures of the California Department of Education, Funding Terms and Conditions (Title 5), Child Development Division, the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing program regulations (Title 22), Easterseals Southern California and Early Head Start/Head Start Performance Standards (Title 5, 17 and 22).
Solana Beach, CA 92075 2019-05-06 View
Preschool Teacher Home Visitor **HIRING BONUS OFFERED** Easterseals Southern California

Join our team if you are interested in:

  • Having a long-term, positive impact on a child’s academic achievement

  • Helping to make families more self-sufficient

  • Providing a safe and supportive environment for children

 

  • Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher in compliance with Title 5 or 12 units in early childhood education/child development.
  • Ability to properly interpret and implement regulations, policies and procedures of the Head Start performance standards, and the policies and procedures of Easterseals.  
  • Ability to communicate effectively, through oral and written skills, and work cooperatively with a variety of individuals and groups. Must relate well to children and their families and maintain positive affect.
Leucadia, CA 92024 2019-05-06 View
Preschool Site Director Easterseals Southern California

Under general administrative direction, administer the delivery of early childhood education as part of the Head Start program.

 1.Plan, implement, evaluate and supervise a developmentally appropriate and inclusive educational curriculum for young children, in accordance with Department of Education Performance Standards, policies and procedures and Easter Seals Southern California (ESSC) standards of conduct. 
2.Plan and organize program elements relating to the delivery of services for Head Start Programs.  Provide oversight for supply and equipment purchasing within the budgetary constraints.  Responsible for facilities and equipment maintenance.
3.Serve as service coordinator for assigned children in the classroom throughout the child’s enrollment in the program.  Support primary care-giving associates in meeting the personal care of children.
4.Ensure that classroom therapy and individual child goals are implemented.  Maintain weekly lesson plans, progress and anecdotal notes, and current paperwork.
5.Coordinate and supervise bi-monthly classroom team meetings.  Provide input to evaluate teaching assistants, volunteers and college interns.  Read, implement and provide training to designated associates regarding applicable service areas.
6.Actively participate in staff meetings, parent meetings, in-service training, program meetings and team meetings.  Participate in planning associates and parent training activities, parent meetings and workshops.

 

1.Knowledge of policies and procedures of the California Department of Education, Child Development Division and the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing program regulations, funding terms and conditions (Title 5 and Title 22.)
2.Bachelor’s degree in early education or similar field.
3.Possession of Site Supervisor permit or higher and 24 units ECCE/CD including core courses (Child Growth & Development, Child/Family /Community, Infant/Toddler and Programs/curriculum).  Experience teaching in a preschool or infant/toddler classroom setting, which includes 175 days of 3+ hours per day within a 4 year period.
4.Ability to communicate effectively, through oral and written skills, and work cooperatively with a variety of individuals and groups.  Must relate well to children and their families.
5.Exercise sound judgment, establish and meet timelines, plan.  Coordinate and implement school site programs.
6.Possession of pediatric (infant/toddler) CPR and first aid certificate.
7.Ability to stand for extended periods.  Ability to lift 40 lbs. continuously.  Ability to reach, bend, stoop squat.  Also possess fine manual dexterity, can push, pull, talk/hear, with near and far visual acuity/depth perception/color vision/field of vision.
8.Ability to pass post-offer medical examination and test for tuberculosis.
9.Ability to obtain fingerprint clearance per Easter Seals Southern California and/or program requirements

Leucadia, CA 92024 2019-05-06 View
Area Director Easterseals Southern California

Overview

Under general guidance, plans, organizes, and directs the daily operations of all Head Start and Early Head Start Child Development programs and sites and provides leadership within assigned geographic region.

 

Responsibilities

  • Leads and oversees the service delivery system of Child Development Services in compliance with regulations of the Department of Health and Human Services as mandated by the Head Start Performance Standards, California Department of Education Title 5 Funding Terms and Conditions; and California Department of Social Services, Title 22. 
  • Provides leadership and support to all content area managers, coordinators and Site Directors. Oversees staff selection, training, and all other staff related activities in assigned operation. Evaluates work performance; ensures adherence to both Easterseals’ and Child Development Center's policies and procedures; proactively identifies areas for improvement; and implements changes to work methods and techniques when appropriate. Works with managers to implement business efficiencies.
  • Identifies and provides analysis of new Federal and State guidelines and continuously monitors program compliance. Participates in the implementation of revised policies and procedures to achieve compliance or improve programs. Provides consultation and interpretation of policies and procedures to subordinate managers and supervisors.
  • Participates in developing annual budgets and determination of cost for program development and modification. Monitors and takes action within scope of authority for the fiscal operation of assigned contracts. Prepares related reports and correspondence as required.
  • Oversees the building maintenance and security operations for all offices in the region.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field and 5 years’ experience in the management and supervision of early childhood education and services
  • Must possess a Site Supervisor permit or higher from the State of California.
  • Ability to properly interpret and implement regulations of the California Department of Education, Funding Terms and Conditions (Title 5), Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing (Title 22), Early Head Start Performance Standards, and of Easterseals policies and procedures.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, through oral and written skills, and work cooperatively with a variety of individuals and groups. Must relate well to children and their families.  Must maintain positive affect.
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment, plan, establish and meet timelines. Demonstrated ability to coordinate and implement school site programs.
  • Training and experience necessary to develop consistent, stable and supportive relationships with very young children; must develop knowledge of infant and toddler development, safety issues in infant and toddler child care settings (i.e., reducing the risk of SIDS).
  • Must possess and maintain current pediatric (infant/toddler) CPR and first aid certificate as well as a food handler’s certificate.
  • Prior to beginning work and on an annual basis thereafter, must complete California-mandated Child Abuse Reporter Training as well as Pesticide Safety Training (per Healthy Schools Act).
  • Demonstrated proficiency with MS Office applications (e.g. Outlook, Excel, Skype).
  • Ability to stand for extended periods.  Ability to lift 40 lbs. continuously.  Ability to reach, bend, stoop, and squat.  Must possess fine manual dexterity. Ability to push, pull, talk/hear, with near and far visual acuity/depth perception/color vision/field of vision.
  • Ability to pass a post-offer physical examination and a TB test.
  • Ability to provide any/all current immunizations as required by the State of California for child development centers and staff.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a criminal record/fingerprint clearance from the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation per Easterseals Southern California and/or program requirements. Must have sex offender index clearance.
  • Ability to travel locally, maintain driving record in compliance with Transportation Safety Standards, maintain proper auto insurance and vehicle registration.
Ventura, CA 93005 2019-05-04 View
Mental Health Disabilities Specialist Easterseals Southern California

Overview

Under general administrative direction, work collaboratively with staff and families to ensure delivery of services to all children including those with identified disabilities participating in the Early Head Start/Head Start and Dept. of Education programs.

Responsibilities

  • Provide and ensure compliance within the Early Head Start Home Base services.
  • Develop, maintain and track all Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP) and Individual Education Plans (IEP), children's progress reports and all record-keeping documentation in cooperation with Head Start Performance Standards.
  • Work collaboratively with staff and parents about issues related to atypical behavior or development and the individual needs of children.
  • Conduct on site behavioral screenings on children within 45 days of enrollment. 
  • Identify resources in the community and secure Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with each agency.
  • Assist in the development and presentation of staff in-service trainings regarding early intervention, and other related topics as directed.
  • Attend IFSP/IEP meetings as directed.
  • Perform other assignments as needed based on associate's expertise, knowledge, ability or needs of the program.

Qualifications

  • Knowledge of policies and procedures of the California Department of Education, Child Development Division and the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing program regulations, funding terms and conditions (Title 5 and Title 22).
  • Bachelor's degree or higher in related field of Psychology, Child Development, or Special Education.
  • Must have successfully completed an Infant toddler class from an accredited college with a B grade or better.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, through oral and written skills, and work cooperatively with a variety of individuals and groups. Must relate well to children and their families.
  • Exercise sound judgment, establish and meet timelines, plan. Coordinate and implement school site programs.
  • Possession of pediatric (infant/toddler) CPR and first aid certificate.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office and other related computer software.
  • Ability to stand for extended periods. Ability to reach, bend, stoop squat. Also possess fine manual dexterity, can push, pull, talk/hear, with near and far visual acuity/depth perception/color vision/field of vision.
  • Pass FBI, DOJ and Criminal Background Check
  • Ability to travel locally, maintain clean driving record, proper auto insurance and vehicle registration.
Ventura , CA 93005 2019-05-04 View
Health and Nutrition Coordinator Easterseals Southern California

Overview

Under general supervision, coordinates, implements, and facilitates health and nutrition services for Head Start, Early Head Start and other State-funded programs (CCTR, CSPP).  Provides comprehensive services to strengthen and support family and staff health.  Provides community resources.  Integrates all program service areas into family and community development.  Coordinates staff development activities.

Responsibilities

  • Plans, develops and ensures implementation of health and nutrition services.  Plans and implements high quality and developmentally appropriate experiences for enrolled families in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards, policies and procedures and Easterseals Southern California (ESSC) standards of conduct.
  • Maintains required health and nutrition documentation in a tracking system compliant to the Head Start Performance Standards and the USDA Child Care Food Program. Prepares tracking and billing documentation for USDA Food Program.
  • Coordinates training and support for pregnant woman, prenatal and parent education, breast-feeding information and other health and nutrition resources. Identifies and incorporates resources into the program. Supports the active involvement of parents and community members on the Health Services Advisory Committee.
  • Coordinates the provision of Family Plan activities with other organizations, agencies or individuals involved in providing services to the family.  Represents ESSC and provide presentations at assigned community groups and forums.
  • Meets regularly with Coordinators, Site Director, parents, partners and other programs for effective planning and implementation of health and nutrition activities. Collaborates with Coordinators and Site Director to plan and implement annual training program for area of responsibility.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in health, nutrition, or related field from an accredited university AND 3+ years of related experience working with the health and nutrition of young children.
  • A Food Handler’s Certificate is required.
  • Must possess and maintain current pediatric (infant/toddler) CPR and first aid certificate.
  • Prior to beginning work and on an annual basis thereafter, must complete California-mandated Child Abuse Reporter Training as well as Pesticide Safety Training (per Healthy Schools Act).
  • Ability to properly interpret and implement regulations, policies and procedures of the California Department of Education, Funding Terms and Conditions (Title 5), Child Development Division, Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing (Title 22), ESSC and of Head Start and Early Head Start Performance Standards (Title 5,17 and 22).
  • Knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices for early childhood health and nutrition services.
  • Training and experience necessary to develop consistent, stable and supportive relationships with diverse families of very young children; must develop knowledge of infant and toddler development, safety issues in infant and toddler child care settings (i.e., reducing the risk of SIDS).
  • Ability to communicate effectively, through oral and written skills, and work cooperatively with a variety of individuals and groups. Must relate well to children and their families.  Must maintain positive affect.
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment, plan, establish and meet timelines. Demonstrated ability to coordinate and implement school site programs.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with MS Office applications (e.g. Outlook, Excel, Skype).
  • Ability to stand for extended periods.  Ability to lift 40 lbs. continuously.  Ability to reach, bend, stoop, and squat.  Must possess fine manual dexterity. Ability to push, pull, talk/hear, with near and far visual acuity/depth perception/color vision/field of vision.
  • Ability to pass a post-offer physical examination and a TB test.
  • Ability to provide any/all current immunizations as required by the State of California for child development centers and staff.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a criminal record/fingerprint clearance from the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation per Easterseals Southern California and/or program requirements. Must have sex offender index clearance.
  • Ability to travel locally, maintain driving record in compliance with Transportation Safety Standards, maintain proper auto insurance and vehicle registration.
Ventura, CA 93005 2019-05-04 View
Teacher I, II, III (Early Head Start) Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Full-time positions in Goleta & Carpinteria with benefits. Now offering Location Stipend for all regular teaching staff in Goleta, Santa Barbara & Carpinteria (Example: $150 - $250 monthly locality stipend)!

All of our classrooms are NAEYC accredited and all of our regular positions are eligible for medical, dental, vision, life insurance as well as a 5% salary match for a tax deferred retirement plan (403b, match is after 1 year of employment). We also offer tuition reimbursement and continual training opportunities.

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. 

REQUIREMENTS

Teacher I: 12 units in ECE/CD 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 ECE/CD 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.

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.

Teachers 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.

Goleta, CA 93117 2019-05-03 View
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