Job Title Agency Job Description Job Location Posted on Actions
Early Head Start Teacher Infant Toddler Teacher Pacific Clinics

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position serves a Teacher and caregiver in a classroom of Early Head Start infants and toddlers by planning, implementing, and supervising all center-based activities. This position may work with infants and toddlers with developmental delays.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:

• Develops an individual plan for each child to include goal setting based on identified needs and prescriptions for objectives and activities to meet established goals (outcomes).
• Works as a team member with the other education staff, parents and Parent Committee members to develop curriculum that is meaningful and meets the individual and program needs.
• Responsible for the weekly preparation of daily lesson plans, which includes objectives to be posted for parents, volunteers and visitors in the classroom.
• Schedules home visits and parent-teacher conferences with families as required and on an as-needed basis and documents these events.
• Prepares and maintains a safe, healthy learning environment for children that is positive, developmentally appropriate and experientially-based.
• Plans and provides developmentally appropriate activities and experiences that advance all areas of children’s development (social, emotional, cognitive and physical) in a manner appropriate to age and stage of development.
• Assists in development and implementation of a developmentally appropriate curriculum that focuses on routines and individual child interests and development.
• Provides a safe, healthy and well-managed environment so that children will have comfortable learning and growing experiences. Sets up the physical environment to meet the changing needs of infants and toddlers.
• Serves on IFSP meetings.
• Participates in on-going training and development specific to working with infants and toddlers and their families, including infant/toddler development, communication and safety issues such as reducing the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.  
• Conducts developmental screening of infants and toddlers’ motor, language, social, cognitive, perceptual and emotional levels.
• 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.
• Involves parents in the educational activities of the program: 
o to emphasize their role as the principal influence on the child's education and development; and
o to assist parents to increase their knowledge, understanding, skills and experience in basic child development.
• Identifies and arranges for parents to participate as volunteers in the classroom and work as substitutes as well as other volunteer activities.
• Provides daily supervision of all classroom staff, monitors employee performance and classroom activities. 
• 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.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE/POSITION REQUIREMENTS

• Must have an A.A/A.S. Degree in Child Development, Early Childhood, Education or related degree, B.A/BS Degree preferred.
• Possess or be qualified for a California Child Development Teacher permit or higher.
• Must obtain and maintain DOJ, FBI, and Child Abuse Index Clearance.
• Current Pediatric CPR and First Aid Certification.
• Must have 3-6 units of infant/toddler development coursework.
• 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.
• Ability to be perceptive of the needs of children and to work well with staff, children and parents/families. 
• Ability to organize and direct classroom activities and maintain confidentiality. 
• Ability to maintain accurate records which reflect the needs and progress of children.
• Ability to demonstrate knowledge, skills and a positive attitude in the field of early childhood education. 

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.

Altadena, CA 91001 2020-06-08 View
EHS CCP ChildPlus Consultant Mexican American Opportunity Foundation

MAOF is accepting bids for the EHS CCP Child Plus Consultant.

Requirements:  

  • Direct expertise with the ChildPlus Data System, certified desired.
  • Three years experience in setting-up and administering the data system; configuring the modules for record keeping and monitoring.  
  • Ability to train staff.  
  • Documentation of clearance from the State, FBI and Child Abuse Central Index.
  • Documentation of a TB Clearance, TDAP and MMR Immunization.
  • Verification of Liability Insurance.

Interested candidates must provide bids with the following:

  • Letter of interest and resume
  • Statement of hourly rate expectation
  • Availability and limitations, if any

Please submit your bid and information via email to:

  • MAOF Human Resources Department
  • Attention: Araceli Cruz
  • Email: acruz@maof.org

 

Huntington Park , CA 90255 2020-06-08 View
Family Community Partnership Coordinator Pacific Clinics

POSITION SUMMARY:
Under the direction of the Operations Manager the Family and Community Partnership (FCP) Coordinator, coordinates, plans, implements family engagement, community partnership building,   recruitment, eligibility, selection, enrollment and attendance (ERSEA) functions of the Early Head Start/Head Start/Child Care Partnership/CA State Preschool Programs. This position monitors ERSEA data and files for enrolled children; develop and distributes specialized program reports. FCP Coordinator promotes family wellness, parent engagement, and program governance.  Operates as a liaison between staff and families ensuring the delivery of integrated services and the promotion of parent participation through volunteerism, parent committee participation, Policy Council involvement, and development of community partners for resource and referral.  In addition, this position assures program compliance through monitoring of family services and ERSEA , according to the Head Start Performance Standards and Head Start Act.  Identifies, coordinates and provides training for staff and parents as it relates to social services, program governance and ERSEA.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:

• This position provides direct supervision for Family and Community Partnership (FCP) Monitor and assignment of task and duties as it pertains to family services and ERSEA.
• Coordinates, plans, implements and organizes the ERSEA functions of the Early/Head Start/CCP for directly operated sites and child care partners; implements and monitors processes and procedures for recruiting and maintaining full enrollment in Early/Head Start programs at all times by monitoring vacancies; develops and implements recruitment plan and strategies. Works closely with Resource and Referral agencies to gain access to families with subsidized childcare and provides necessary support to the family services staff to navigate the system for the families. Ensures program compliance with Head Start Performance Standards and State Preschool requirements.
• Develops systems and provides oversight for ERSEA tracking documentation completed by Family Services Associates, Home Educators,  and/or FCP Monitor for accuracy and completeness, including enrollment applications, re-certification; oversees and audit COPA data base system related to eligibility, enrollment and attendance documents, certifies child care partner agency children’s eligibility, assures compliance with the on-going monitoring schedule, reviewing the ERSEA section of selected children and family data, provides improvement plans and technical support as needed.  Works with FSA’s and child care partner staff to link families to Resource and Referral agencies and assist with meeting subsidized child care requirements.
• Maintains updated knowledge of Head Start Performance Standards, State Preschool and Head Start Act, with specific emphasis on ERSEA, Family and Community Partnership and Program Governance.
• Generates and analyzes data for reports as requested by the Operations Manager, Program Director and uses data to implement changes as needed to contribute to continuous quality improvement program wide.
• Coordinates, plans, implements and organizes the Family and Community Partnership, Governance, and ERSEA functions of the Early/Head Start Program for directly operated sites and partner sites; ensures that parent and family engagement outcomes are achieved in accordance to program’s school readiness goals; implements and monitors processes and procedures for recruiting and maintaining full enrollment in Early/Head Start programs; develop and implement recruitment plan and calendar for directly operated sites
• Monitors ERSEA documentation and files for prospective and enrolled children; monitors case files for quality and completeness. Ensures that systems are in place to meet the Head Start performance standards and needs of each Head Start family.
• Lead and advise committees of management staff and partner agency representatives to develop procedures to effectively implement required operations and other related assistance.
• Works in collaboration with the Comprehensive Services Manager to ensure the recruitment of children with special needs through local agencies and identify the proper placement for these children.
• Maintains a wait list that ranks children according to eligibility selection criteria –develops recruitment ads and marketing materials, ensures enrollment process is implemented consistently, responds to inquiries from families of prospective enrollees regarding the program services, enrollment and/or waitlist status.
•  Reviews compliance and report findings maintain and monitor the attendance tracking system for both direct operated and partner sites; analyze and address attendance deficiency causes and propose strategies to correct and/or improve identified problems; develops procedures that addresses undocumented and unexcused absences.
• Works closely with the EHS team to assist with transitioning from Early Head Start to Head Start. Takes part in the development and assists with the implementation of program’s Kindergarten Transition plan providing resources for parents.
• Analyzes community assessment information and facilitates planning efforts to determine design options, recruitment efforts and enrollment guidelines for Head Start and Early Head Start.
• Provides Family Community Partnership, Governance, and ERSEA related trainings for Family Services Associates/Home Educators and other HS/EHS staff; attends and participates in relevant conferences and meetings.
• Establishes and monitors systems for providing direct services to families including, Family Development Plans, case management and resource and referral process. Ensures all Family Development Plans, resource and referrals are tracked in the data base.
• Develop a working knowledge of the Office of Head Start’s Parent, Family and Community Engagement Framework; proactively forms partnerships and collaborates with community agencies to advocate for the needs of Head Start families and develops a seamless system of services; attends community networking and organization meetings. Responsible for developing a guide for local resources for staff and parents.
• Coordinates and promotes the parent volunteer program including recruitment and training of parents and community volunteers with special emphasis on attracting and retaining male participants in the program; serves as a resource for all family services staff (case workers) and classroom staff in promoting and encouraging parent and community volunteer involvement; and implements variety of parent activities program wide.
• Develops and maintains productive relationships with Head Start families; acts as a liaison and a resource for parents during multi-disciplinary meetings.
• Oversees the process of the elections for parent center committees and ensures parent representation at the Policy Council meetings. Provide support and organization to Parent Council to promote parent growth and development.
• Develops policies and procedures; participates in grant writing and seeking resources to enhance the family engagement service area through local, state and federal funding.

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:

• AA or BA/BS in Business Management, Child Development, Human Development or related field.
• Three (3) years of Head Start experience preferred. Knowledge and experience in data collection and information processes and systems along with knowledge of subsidized childcare regulations, state preschool compliance is preferred. 
• Advanced computer literacy including: database management, spreadsheets, word processing, internet and email.
• Excellent diagnostic and problem solving skills.
• Excellent communication skills: written and verbal.
• Must possess a valid California driver's license, reliable transportation and maintain an insurable driving record under the Clinics' liability policy.
• Expected to be knowledgeable of the regulations associated with prevention of occupational disease and injury, including the exercise of universal precautions and the prevention of contamination.  
• Ability to handle multiple tasks and to work with outside agencies.  Ability to accurately enter and transmit information within established timelines. 
• Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing and to work well with others in a team environment. 
• Ability to represent Head Start/Early Head Start positively to the community and with parents and families at all times


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 lift typical office items, including small furniture, some equipment, boxes, etc.
• May be required to lift up to 20 pounds.
• Some exposure to communicable diseases.
• Noise level in work environment may be moderate to loud.
• Travel by car, bus, airplane or train may also be required associated with attendance at conferences, meetings and other duties carried out at distant locations in and out of state and in some cases where some overnight travel may be required.
• Must be available, as requested, for a variety of evening and weekend meetings as well as social and community events.

Altadena, CA 91001 2020-06-08 View
Teacher Assistant, Head Start Program Mexican American Oportunity Foundation (MAOF)

POSITION TITLE:  Teacher Assistant

DEPARTMENT:       MAOF Head Start/Early Head Start, California Child Care and State Pre-School Programs,                               Early Head Start Partnerships

FLSA STATUS:        Non-exempt, Full-Time

SUMMARY 

A STAFF PERSON WHO ASSISTS IN THE TEACHING OF A HEADSTARTCENTER. INSTRUCTS CHILDREN IN ACTIVITIES DESIGNED TO PROMOTE THEIR SOCIAL, PHYSICAL, AND INTELLECTUAL GROWTH. ASSISTS IN THE PLANNING OF INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP ACTIVITIES WHICH STIMULATES LEARNING, ACCORDING TO THE AGES OF THE CHILDREN.  (THIS POSITION IS SITUATED IN THE EDUCATIONAL SERVICE COMPONENT OF HEAD START.

COMPONENT MISSION 

The objective of the Educational Services Component is to:

  1. Provide children with a learning environment and various experiences which will help them develop socially, intellectually, physically, and emotionally in a manner appropriate to their age and stage of development.
  2. Integrate the educational aspects of the various Head Start Service Areas in the daily schedule of activities.
  3. Encourage parents in the educational activities of the program and to enhance their role as the main influence of their child’s education and development.
  4. Assist parents in increasing their knowledge, understanding, skills and experience in child growth and development.
  5. Assists parents in identifying educational activities for their children in the home.

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND SPECIFIC DUTIES (but not limited to:) 

A.                Environmental

  1. Assists teacher in the implementation of safety rules and supervises the children’s activities in order to insure 2their safety.
  2. Conducts daily inspection of indoor and outdoor facilities. Removes hazardous debris, unsafe equipment and materials.
  3. Daily health check of the children and reports results to the teacher.
  4. Assists children during snack and meal time. Demonstrates appropriate dental and personal hygiene.
  5. Assists teacher in straightening up and maintaining an orderly learning environment.
  6. Assists in the preparation of children’s meals.
  7. Assists in kitchen responsibilities

 B.                 Developmental and Educational

 

  1. Discusses assigned teaching area with teacher to coordinate instructional efforts.
  2. Prepares and/or assists with preparation of weekly lesson plans.
  3. Plans, prepares, and develops various teaching aids.
  4. Helps develop the social learning and physical skills of the children.
  5. Demonstrates the proper use of educational materials and equipment.
  6. Teaches arts, crafts, songs and games to the children.
  7. Acts out stories with children.
  8. Helps plan and supervise field trips.
  9. Leads group activities that reinforce children’s concepts related to space, time, numbers, colors, etc.
  10. Assists in conducting individual and small and large group activities.
  11. Operates audio-visual equipment when needed.
  12. Works individually with children needing special attention.
  13. Supervises children during transition from one activity to another.
  14. Provides evaluative information to teacher on the progress and development status of each child.
  15. Assists in the implementation of the Individualized Educational Plan for each child.
  16. Explains to parents the goals and methods of the classroom program.
  17. Listens to parents and assists in helping parents solve issues
  18. Assists in conducting home visits/parent conferences..
  19. Attends Head Start Center committee meetings.
  20. Communicates verbally or in writing to parents in adults primary language.
  21. Supervises the classroom for brief periods when the teacher is on-site but away from the classroom.
  22. Assists in implementing the programs curriculum, philosophy, policies and regulations.

 

C.                Planning

 

Assists teacher in designing and planning daily classroom program and schedule.

 

  1. D.                Administrative

 

  1. Takes attendance and records absences.
  2. Participates in meetings of  teaching team.
  3. Attends orientations, in-service training, educational programs, conferences and workshops, as required.

 

RELATIONSHIPS 

  1. A.                Supervision

 

This position may receive indirect and/or intermittent direct supervision from the Child Development Supervisor. However, direct, daily, supervision is provided by the Teacher/Head Teacher in the Child Development Center.  Close supervision is not required over this position because of the demonstrated skill level and experience.  Employee should use  appropriate judgement in the performance qualities. Moderate decision making is permitted in order to carry out duties and responsibilities. Performance education are conducted by the Head Teacher in conjunction with the Child Development Supervisor.

 

  1. Internal Relationships

 

  1. Child Development Supervisor
  2. Teacher
  3. Assistant Teacher
  4. Health, Nutrition, Social Services, Disabilities, Mental Health and Parent Involvement Components.
  5. Trainer
  6. Bus and Van Drivers

 

C.                External Relationships

 

  1. Parents
  2. Volunteers
  3. HeadStartCenter Committee

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED

 

A.                Education

 

  1. High School Diploma or its equivalent.
  2. Twenty Four (24) Units in Early Childhood Development.
  3. Enrolled in a program leading to an AA or BA degree from an accredited college or university.
  4. A Child Development Associate permit.
  5. Minimum one (1) year experience in working with preschool children.

 

B.                 Skills

 

  1. Must be able to read, write and communicate.
  2. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.

 

C.                Other

 

  1. Must pass fingerprint clearance
  2. If using vehicle must have valid CA Driver’s License and current car insurance.

 

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

 

Must have verification of T.B. clearance at the time of employment issued within six (6) months prior to employment, to be renewed every year.

 

Must pass pre-employment Health Screening.

Los Angeles County , CA 90255 2020-06-08 View
Teacher I, Early Headstart Program Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF)

POSITION TITLE:   Teacher I

DEPARTMENT:       MAOF Head Start/Early Head Start, California Child Care and State Pre-School Programs,                               or Early Head Start Partnerships

 FLSA STATUS:       Non-exempt, Full-Time

SUMMARY:

A staff person who provides planned opportunities for children in activities designed to promote social, physical and cognitive growth and development.  Responsible to plan individual and group activities that are designed to promote each child’s individual strengths as a result of ongoing assessments and observations. Incorporates parent’s goals for their child into the daily activities.

I.  COMPONENT MISSION

      The objectives of the Education Services Component are to:

  • Provide children with a learning environment and developmentally appropriate opportunities that will foster each child’s social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth.
  • Integrate the aspects of the various Early Head Start component areas into the schedule of educational activities.
  • Encourage parents to provide continuity from center to home activities and to reinforce their role as the primary influence on their child’s education and development.
  • Assist parents in identifying educational activities for their children in the home.
  • Support parents to increase their knowledge, understanding and experiences of their child’s growth and development.

II.   GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND SPECIFIC DUTIES (not limited to)

Environmental

  • Develop plans to ensure that daily activities provide for the safetyofeach child when using indoor and outdoor facilities.
  • Conducts daily inspection of indoor and outdoor facilities using the agency daily check list; removing hazardous debris, unsafe equipment and materials and ensures that the classroom and center facility is free of garbage.
  • Provides continuous supervision of all children’s activities to ensure their safety.
  • Establishes safety rules in the daily routines of children that are understandable and predictable by children and adults.
  • Develops and posts an emergency exit plan and conducts monthly emergency exit drills.
  • Plans and implements classroom activities that encourage healthy habits appropriate to the age of the children in the classroom.
  • Conducts a daily health check for each child, recognizing and reporting illnesses of children to appropriate health personnel.
  • Selects and incorporates materials and equipment that are age appropriate and invite children to practice their emerging skills.
  • Maintains an age appropriate environment that is orderly and inviting to children
  • Includes children’s culture(s) in materials available in the classroom that are age appropriate
  • Assists children during meal and snack time demonstrating appropriate dental and personal hygiene.  Uses these opportunities to foster language development.

Developmental and Educational

  • Based on assessment and observation, plan and implement activities to meet the individual needs of the children including those children that have special needs.
  • Plan and implement a positive and comfortable routine within the classroom environment through realistic limits for the children, providing for active and quite opportunities and establishing consistent and appropriate transitions from one activity to another.
  • Develops and implements weekly lesson plan.
  • Maintains and documents ongoing observation, progress, and developmental progress of each child.
  • Implements the Infant/Family Services Plan for each child with special needs.
  • Works individually with children that need additional opportunities to foster their growth and development.
  • Provide materials, equipment, and opportunities within daily routines that foster the development of large and small motor skills for each child.
  • Ensure that daily routines provide opportunities for each child that address special needs, cultural backgrounds and linguistic groups.
  • Plan and implement activities that provide children with challenging opportunities that encourage both verbal and non verbal communication, curiosity, and problem solving skills ensuring the ability to communicate in, and further the child’s familiarity with their primary language.
  • In bilingual settings, communicates both verbally and in writing with both parents and children in their primary language when possible.
  • Provide opportunities for children to use and develop their creative abilities through exploration and experimentation.  These opportunities should include a variety of media through art, music and dramatic activities that encompass all aspects of the program.
  • Plan and implement opportunities that aid each child in the development of self-esteem, awareness and the ability to express his/her feelings, and to develop confidence as an individual and a member of a cultural/ethnic group.
  • Assist children in their development of independence and social skills through opportunities in which the child can assume responsibility both within the group and for himself/herself.
  • Establish productive relationships with parents to increase the center’s ability to assist parents in meeting their role as the primary influence on their child.
  • Provide opportunities for parents to use their skills and talents within the classroom.
  • Encourage participation in parent center meetings, assisting the parents in the organization and agenda of those meetings.
  • Conducts parent education meetings which include orientation, discussion of Individual Education Plans, child growth and development, curriculum and parenting ideas to strengthen parenting skills.
  • Conducts parent conferences and home visits.

Planning:

  • Plans and implements the agenda for home visits and parent conferences.
  • Plans and implements the daily classroom and outdoor routines and environment.
  • Provides input in the updating of the Education Services Plan.

Administration:

  • Provides oversight of classroom volunteers
  • Supervises custodial personnel.
  • Attends all required in-service trainings, orientations and workshops
  • Participates in regularly scheduled team teaching meetings.
  • Orders forms, program supplies, and equipment in accordance with the approved budget.
  • Responsible for all center food/vendor invoices.

Supervision:

This position receives direct supervision from the Child Development Supervisor.  It is expected that    the Teacher I has the ability to use appropriate judgment and has the skill and experience that would allow the employee to work with limited supervision.  Decision making is permitted in order to carry out assigned duties and responsibilities.  Performance evaluation and professional development is conducted by the site supervisor.

Internal Relationships:

  • EHS Program Manager
  • Teachers
  • Health, Nutrition, Social Services, Disabilities, Mental Health, Parent Involvement areas.
  • Family Service Associates
  • Custodians
  • Trainers
  • Consultants
  • Program Director

 

External Relationships:

  • Parents
  • Parent Policy Committee
  • Volunteers 

III.    KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED

Education:

 

  1. Must have a minimum of an AA degree in Early Childhood Education and/or Child Development and currently attending courses towards a BA degree. Will be placed on a professional staff development plan until completion of BA. BA degree preferred.
  2. 6 infant/toddler units are highly preferred. If do not currently have, will be required to complete within 1 year of employment.
  3. California Children’s Center Permit or a California Child Development Teacher Permit from the Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
  4. Minimum of two (2) years paid experience working with children 0-5. Experience working with Infant/toddlers  is highly desirable.    

Skills: 

  1. Ability to communicate, both oral and written
  2. Bilingual (English-Spanish) required.
  3. Ability to speak, read and write English well enough to understand and be understood by others.
  4. Ability to include parental input into goals for a child’s development.
  5. Ability to relate to diverse groups of people including low-income families.
  6. Sensitive to the needs of others.
  7. Maintain confidentiality.
  8. Sincere commitment to providing services to children and the community.
  9. Ability to assess and respond quickly to varied situations.  

IV. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

As a condition of employment, must pass a pre-employment Health Screening, including passing a physical examination, verification of a T.B. clearance and Drug screening.  Health Screening and T.B. clearance must be issued within six (6) months of employment and must be renewed every four years. 

V.  ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 

  1. Must possess own vehicle, and possess a current and valid California Driver’s License and at minimum, general liability automobile insurance.
  2. Must possess LiveScan fingerprint clearance at all times during employment.  Revoked fingerprint clearance number will lead to immediate removal from the site and termination of employment.
  3. Mandatory pediatric first aid and CPR certificate, which employee is responsible to maintain, as a condition of employment for the duration of their employment in this position.
  4. Regular attendance, Monday thru Friday, according to the work schedule provided by the site supervisor.
  5. Must provide updated educational transcripts as required. 
  6. Must provide vaccination records for influenza, pertussis and measles at the time of employment. Influenza vaccine required annually thereafter.

VI.   PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential function of this job.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear.  The employee is required to reach with hands and arms.  The employee is required to stand, sit and walk.  The employee may lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision and the ability to adjust focus.

 VII.   WORK ENVIRONMENT

 

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

 

Los Angeles County , CA 90255 2020-06-08 View
Chief Fiscal Officer NCCDI

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

At NCCDI we subscribe to the Standards of Ethical Behavior as outlined in the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct. It is expected that all employees become familiar with the code and use it as a model for ethical and professional behavior.

 

SUMMARY

Under the general supervision of the Executive Director, the Chief Fiscal Officer is responsible for the design, operation, and control of effective administrative procedures related to accounting, payroll, property, and procurement. The Chief Fiscal Officer acts as the financial advisor to the Executive Director and governing bodies on all matters relating to the organization finances.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

1. Direct and oversee all aspects of the Finance & Accounting functions of the organization.

2. Providing leadership, direction and management of the finance and accounting team.

3. Providing strategic recommendations to the Executive Director, governing bodies, and members of the executive management team in line with organizational objectives and mission.

4. Act in accordance with core principals, code of conduct, and ethical and professional standards of organization.

5. Establishing and developing relations with management, governing bodies, and staff to identify their needs and seek full range of business solutions.

6. Regularly monitors and reports financial performance by measuring and analyzing results, initiating corrective actions, and minimizing the impact of variances.

7. Managing the processes for financial forecasting and budgets in cooperation with Executive Director and members of the executive and program management teams.

8. Ensure that effective internal controls are in place and ensure compliance with GAAP, contractual obligations, and applicable federal, state, local and other regulatory laws and rules for financial and tax reporting.

9. Establishing and developing relations with external partners, stakeholders, and vendors to fulfill financial reporting and accounting requirements and accomplish financial and organization mission of NCCDI and those with whom we collaborate. Northern California Child Development Tehama County Head Start & Early Head Start

 

10. Updates job knowledge by remaining aware of new regulations, participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications, maintaining personal networks, and participating in professional organizations. Updates Executive Director, governing bodies, finance and accounting team, executive management, and other staff, as appropriate, on impact to organization.

11. Accomplishes finance human resource strategies by determining accountabilities; communicating and enforcing core principles, policies, and procedures; including recruitment, selection, orientation, training, coaching, counseling, disciplinary, appraisal, and communication programs.

 

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.

1. Minimum of five years of technical accounting experience.

2. Supervision experience required.

3. Computer and business machine skills required.

4. Bondable.

 

Language Skills

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of young children, parents, staff and community groups.

 

Reasoning Ability

Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

 

Certificates, Licenses and Credentials

1. Must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business Administration.

2. California Driver’s License with clear driving record preferred.

3. Must have the ability to pass criminal record clearance and Child Abuse Index.

4. A current TB test and a statement of good health from a doctor are required as a condition of employment.

 

Physical Demands

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools or controls; and to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to reach with hands and arms.

 

The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. The employee occasionally lifts and/or moves up to 40 pounds.

 

Position requires repetitive use of computer keyboard and mouse, as well as extended periods of visual focus on a computer monitor.

 

Able to drive for the purpose of site visits or to attend off-site trainings and meetings.

 

Work Environment

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Exposure to dust and fumes is minimal or non-existent

  

Red Bluff, CA 96080 2020-06-05 View
Home Base Visitor Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc.

Summary of Duties

The Home Base Visitor provides home-based services to Early Head Start families. This position promotes child development, family development, community building and staff development via home-based and center-based programs; works collaboratively with other program areas by providing direct services to families and their children, as well as technical assistance to other staff.

Qualifications & Experience

Education:  Associate’s degree in early childhood education, child development or related filed, plus six (6) semester units of Infant & Toddler courses taken required.

Experience: One (1) year of experience working in child development and early childhood education programs with infants, toddlers, or young children is required. Some experience working in a Head Start/Early Head  Start program is highly desirable.

 

Medical Examination:

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

Fingerprint Clearances:

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

Other Special Requirements:

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

 

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

 

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

Health Care: Medical, Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, and FSA

Financial: 401(k) Plan and Direct Deposit

Time Away From Work: Annual Leave, Holidays, Personal /Sick Days, Leave of Absence, Jury Duty and Bereavement Leave

Work/Life Solutions: Life Assistant Program

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

 

Employment application packets must include all of the following documentation:  

  • Cover letter
  • Employment Application
  • Resume
  • Unofficial Transcripts
 

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

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

Pico Rivera, CA 90660 2020-06-04 View
Data Entry Clerk Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc.

Summary of Duties

The Data Entry Clerk performs basic clerical and typing work involving specific routines and procedures; types information used in forms, letters, reports, bulletins, charts, handbooks, lists, or other materials.  The Data Entry Clerk position is responsible for recording and maintaining accurate, complete data in the Child Plus software system.  This position compiles, computes, copies, compares files and retrieves data using various business machines; performs various and increasingly complex clerical duties.

 

Qualifications & Experience

 

Education

High School Diploma or GED equivalent is required.

 

Experience

Must have three (3) years of general clerical experience involving typing.                                    Diploma from a certified or degree program in secretarial sciences may be substituted in lieu of one year of experience.

                         

Special Requirements

 

Medical Examination:  Must submit a medical examination demonstrating capability to perform type of work required and every five (5) years thereafter; and submit a tuberculin skin (TB) test or chest x-ray clearance prior to starting work. 

Fingerprint Clearances:  All potential employees will be subject to obtain fingerprint clearances from the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Child Abuse Index, and Megan's Law Registry 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 private transportation.

 

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

 

Benefit Plans

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

 

Health Care:  Medical, Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, and FSA  Financial:   401(k) Plan and Direct Deposit

Time Away From WorkVacation, Holidays, Personal /Sick Days, Leave of Absence, Jury Duty & Bereavement Leave

Work/Life Solutions: Life Assistant Program

 

Physical Demands

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

 

Application Procedures

Applicants interested in the position must complete Plaza de la Raza employment application. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of application materials. To complete an application, please login to the attached link.

 

http://plazadelaraza.info/careers/

 

 

 Employment application packets must include all of the following documentation:  

  1. Cover letter
  2. Employment Application
  3. Resume

 

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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

City of Industry, CA 91746 2020-06-04 View
Assistant Teacher Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc.

Summary of Duties

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

 

Qualifications & Experience

 

Education

Associate’s degree in early childhood education, child development, or related field; and must possess a California Child Development Center Permit or Child Development  Associates Teacher Permit.

Experience

Two (2) years of experience in a classroom setting or combination.

 

Special Requirements

 

Medical Examination:

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

Fingerprint Clearances:

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

Other Special Requirements:

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

 

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

 

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

Health Care: Medical, Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, and FSA

Financial: 401(k) Plan and Direct Deposit

Time Away From Work: Annual Leave, Holidays, Personal /Sick Days, Leave of Absence, Jury Duty and Bereavement Leave

Work/Life Solutions: Life Assistant Program

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

 

Employment application packets must include all of the following documentation:  

  • Cover letter
  • Employment Application
  • Resume
  • Unofficial Transcripts
  • Associates Teacher Permit

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

Whittier, CA 90660 2020-06-04 View
Director of Family Services Community Action Marin, Children and Family Services

Job Summary:  The Director of Family Services assures integrated comprehensive services to

Enrolled children and families leveraging the power of the agency and its

partners for better outcomes aligned with families’ goals. The Director

coordinates the social service activities offered by the agency directly through its

programs and works to best support family transitions to self –sufficiency.  The

Director of Family Services oversees the work and alignment of Home Visitors

and Family Advocates in Children and Family Services with agency-wide goals

for a whole-family approach. This position is therefore responsible for cross-

agency coordination with all family success coaches, from economic mobility

and safety net to mental health and workforce.

As an agency director, this position is responsible for programmatic support of

Fund development, marketing, and communications efforts that strengthen the

agency with all stakeholders, including families and funders.

 

This position has oversight of home base supervisors, a family services manager,

and frontline staff including home visitors and family advocates.

 

Primary Responsibilities

  • Implements work plans, policies, and activities to meet Children and Family Services stated performance standards and maintains responsibility for the delivery of family services with equity and excellence.
  • Leads the growth and expansion of partnerships that increase agency effectiveness to outcomes and cultural competence to enhance all aspects of comprehensive services to diverse populations represented in Children and Family Services.
  • Assures full integration of the Family Services team with knowledge and insight about all other agency resources.
  • Responsible for the day-to-day supervision of assigned staff. Leading by example, the Director encourages an inclusive culture where core competencies and team empowerment are supported by the use of data and reflection. 
  • Supports the hiring, orientation, and development of performance improvement plans and professional development. Monitors and evaluates performance in compliance with the agency performance planning and appraisal process. 
  • Monitors the implementation of the Federal Head Start initiatives and California Department of Education strategic plan and goals.
  • Works with Family Services Supervisors to update work plans and policies and procedures in conjunction with the Head Start Policy council, parents, and staff on an annual basis.
  • Holds responsibility for implementation of Program Governance inclusive of Head Start Policy Council and Parent Committees as outlined in the Head Start Program Performance Standards.
  • Participates in collaborative community groups/efforts to foster reciprocal knowledge and enhance functional linkages between Community Action Marin and the community.
  • Evaluates the team against department and agency goals and makes improvement recommendations to the VP Children and Family Services; implements changes as approved.

 

Qualifications:

REQUIRED:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Social Services, Education or related field
  • At least three years of supervisory and managerial experience
  • Ability to work with diverse families, community groups, and staff
  • Knowledge of the program’s policies, rules and regulation with respect to the functions perform
  • Deep understanding – and ability to articulate – the role equity, inclusion, and diversity plays in our work.

PREFERRED:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Human Services or closely related field
  • Public relations experience
  • Knowledge of Head Start Program Performance Standards and program operations
  • Knowledge of parent and training resources
  • Knowledge of community resources

REQUIRED SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Ability to learn and implement Head Start Performance Standards and state and local licensing requirements.
  • Must have a proven track record of successfully working with families to achieve their goals.
  • Knowledge of child development of children 0 – 5 years old.
  • Ability to adapt professional expertise to the needs of Children and Family Services staff, parents and students
  • Ability to communicate and work with diverse families and professionals.
  • Ability and willingness to work in a program located in a high-risk, low-income community.
  • Proven ability to function as a leader, as well as a team member.
  • Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials. Ability to communicate and respond in a manner that consistently demonstrates respect and concern.
  • Must have excellent organizational skills and proven ability to work within prescribed timelines.
  • Experience working with infants/toddlers and pre-school aged children and their parents.
  • Experience providing research based professional development for staff with different educational and skill levels.
  • Knowledge of community resources with emphasis on mental wellness services 
  • Experience monitoring record keeping and reporting.
  • Good oral and written communication skills.
  • Must have reliable transportation and be willing and able to travel to sites across Marin County.
  • Intermediate knowledge of computer applications, word-processing software in a Windows environment and ability to learn and master other computer technology/software as needed.

 

 

San Rafael , CA 94901 2020-06-04 View
Family Services Assistant Plaza de la Raza child Development Services, Inc.
Summary of Duties

The Family Services Assistant manages a caseload of Early Education Participants. Under general direction, provides assistance in planning, developing and implementing various activities related to the Early Head Start, Head Start, LAUP and State Preschool programs, Ensures families are linked to appropriate health, special needs, nutrition, social services, parent involvement and mental health services based on family strengths, concerns, needs and priorities. Collaborative with program coordinators/specialist, teaching staff, district personnel and program families to ensure implementation and compliance of Federal and State mandates.

Education

Associate degree in social work or related field is required.

Experience

Minimum two (2) years experience working with low income children and families is required; experience in a preschool environment is preferred.

 

Special Requirements

 

Medical Examination:                       

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

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 Requirements:               

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

              

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

 

Benefit Plans

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

           

Health Care:                       Medical, Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, and FSA

Financial:                            401 (k) Plan and Direct Deposit

Time Away from Work:      Vacation, Holidays, Sick Days, Leave of Absence, Jury Duty, and Bereavement Leave

Work/Life Solutions:          Life Assistant Program

 

Physical Demands

May occasionally need to provide gentle physical restraint to children. Travel by car, bus, airplane or train may also be required associated with attendance at conferences, meetings and other duties carried out at distant locations in and out of state and in some cases where some overnight travel may be required.   May be required to lift up to 25 pounds. Some exposure to communicable diseases. Noise level in work environment may be moderate to loud.  Work is generally performed in a classroom setting or in an office environment, involving face-to-face communication.  Some evenings and weekend work required for events such as home visits, parent-teacher conferences, Parent Committee meetings, Family Nights, socializations and other Head Start/Early Head Start activities including social and community activities.

 

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

 

                 

       

Whittier, CA 90606 2020-06-04 View
Associate Resource Teacher Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc.

Summary of Duties

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

Qualifications & Experience

Education

High School diploma required. Must possess a valid California Child Development Associate Teacher Permit and enrolled in a program leading to an Associate’s degree in early childhood education, child development, Psychology, Social Science, or related field. Must complete the following training prior to the commencement of duties: infant/toddler development, primary care, individualized care, safe and healthy caregiver routines, and curriculum.

Experience

One (1) year of experience as a student intern, tutor, or instructional assistant working in a classroom setting serving children under 5 years old is required

 

 

Medical Examination:

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

 

Fingerprint Clearances:

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

 

Other Special Requirements:

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

 

 

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

 

 

Benefit Plans 

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

 

Health Care: Medical, Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, and FSA

 

Financial: 401(k) Plan and Direct Deposit

 

Time Away From Work: Annual Leave, Holidays, Personal /Sick Days, Leave of Absence, Jury Duty and Bereavement Leave

 

Work/Life Solutions: Life Assistant Program

 

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

 

Employment application packets must include all of the following documentation:  

 

  1. Cover letter
  2. Employment Application
  3. Resume
  4. HS Diploma or GED
  5. Associate Teacher Permit

  

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

 

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

 

Pico Rivera , CA 90660 2020-06-04 View
Resource Teacher PLaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc.

Summary of Duties

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

Qualifications & Experience

Education

Associate’s degree in early childhood education, child development, or related field; at least six (6) semester units of infant and toddler development coursework and must possess a California Child Development Center Permit or Child Development Teacher Permit.

Experience

Two (2) years of experience in a classroom setting or combination.

 

Medical Examination:

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

 

Fingerprint Clearances:

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

 

Other Special Requirements:

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

 

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

 

 

Benefit Plans 

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

 

Health Care: Medical, Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, and FSA

 

Financial: 401(k) Plan and Direct Deposit

 

Time Away From Work: Annual Leave, Holidays, Personal /Sick Days, Leave of Absence, Jury Duty and Bereavement Leave

 Work/Life Solutions: Life Assistant Program

 

Physical Demands

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

 

  Employment application packets must include all of the following documentation:  

 

  1. Cover letter
  2. Employment Application
  3. Resume
  4. Unofficial Transcripts
  5. Teacher Permit

  

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

 

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

 

Pico Rivera, CA 90660 2020-06-04 View
Data Entry Clerk Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc.

Summary of Duties

The Data Entry Clerk performs basic clerical and typing work involving specific routines and procedures; types information used in forms, letters, reports, bulletins, charts, handbooks, lists, or other materials.  The Data Entry Clerk position is responsible for recording and maintaining accurate, complete data in the Child Plus software system.  This position compiles, computes, copies, compares files and retrieves data using various business machines; performs various and increasingly complex clerical duties.

 

Qualifications & Experience

 

Education

High School Diploma or GED equivalent is required.

 

Experience

Must have three (3) years of general clerical experience involving typing.                                    Diploma from a certified or degree program in secretarial sciences may be substituted in lieu of one year of experience.

                         

Special Requirements

 

Medical Examination:  Must submit a medical examination demonstrating capability to perform type of work required and every five (5) years thereafter; and submit a tuberculin skin (TB) test or chest x-ray clearance prior to starting work. 

Fingerprint Clearances:  All potential employees will be subject to obtain fingerprint clearances from the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Child Abuse Index, and Megan's Law Registry 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 private transportation.

 

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

 

Benefit Plans

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

 

Health Care:  Medical, Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, and FSA  Financial:   401(k) Plan and Direct Deposit

Time Away From WorkVacation, Holidays, Personal /Sick Days, Leave of Absence, Jury Duty & Bereavement Leave

Work/Life Solutions: Life Assistant Program

 

Physical Demands

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

 

Application Procedures

Applicants interested in the position must complete Plaza de la Raza employment application. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of application materials. To complete an application, please login to the attached link.

 

http://plazadelaraza.info/careers/

 

 

 Employment application packets must include all of the following documentation:  

  1. Cover letter
  2. Employment Application
  3. Resume

 

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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

City of Industry, CA 91746 2020-06-04 View
Classroom Aide Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc.

Summary of Duties

The Classroom Aide is responsible for assisting the Teacher, Assistant Teacher and Site Supervisor in providing child development services to children and provide additional support to education staff in the absence of a co-worker.

Qualifications & Experience

Education: High school diploma or G.E.D equivalent and completion of at least 12 units in child development, early childhood education or related field is required. A Child Development Associates Teacher Permit or higher

Experience: One (1) year experience working or volunteering with children under the age of 5 years is required

 

Special Requirements

Medical Examination:

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

Fingerprint Clearances:

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

Other Special Requirements:

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

 

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

 

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

Health Care: Medical, Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, and FSA

Financial: 401(k) Plan and Direct Deposit

Time Away From Work: Annual Leave, Holidays, Personal /Sick Days, Leave of Absence, Jury Duty and Bereavement Leave

Work/Life Solutions: Life Assistant Program

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

 

Employment application packets must include all of the following documentation:  

  1. Cover letter
  2. Employment Application
  3. Resume
  4. Unofficial Transcripts
  5. Associate Teacher Permit

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

Whittier, CA 90606 2020-06-04 View
Director of Education Community Action Marin Head Start

Job Summary:    Under the supervision of the VP Children and Family Services, the Director of

Early Education is a member of the Senior Leadership Team and is responsible

for directing and coordinating educational services for all enrolled children ages

0-8 in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards, California Department

of Education Title V Regulations, Community Care Licensing Title 22 Regulations. 

As an agency director, this position is responsible for programmatic support of fund development,

marketing, and communications efforts that strengthen the agency with all stakeholders, including families and funders.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

 

Administration and Management

  • Assists in the development of and implementation of goals, policies and activities designed to implement the agency’s mission, objectives and performance standards.
  • Participates in the annual community needs assessment with the Policy Council, staff and appropriate consultants.
  • Assists the Vice President in monitoring the budget for early childhood development services.
  • Oversees that children’s records are updated and maintained.
  • Develops and updates policies and procedures for child development services.
  • Provides leadership for the program in the area of Early Childhood Development research and best practices.

 

Coordination of Services

  • Plans the education services with an interdisciplinary team of staff, parents and community representatives and supervises the implementation of the plan.
  • Meets regularly with the Vice President as a member of the management team to ensure that services are being delivered in an effective and efficient manner.
  • Participates in case management meetings when educational issues are involved.
  • Serves as a representative of the program to the community and attends various community meetings as appropriate.

 

Evaluation and Monitoring

  • Develops and implements systems required for monitoring child development program to support data collection and linking outcome of data to quality improvement goals.
  • Utilizes assessment tools and learning modes including DRDP, CLASS, Creative Curriculum, ASQ-3/ASQ-SE2 to obtain desired program outcomes.
  • Prepare reports for Vice President, Community Action Marin Board of Directors, and Policy Council to track activities and child outcomes.
  • Develop and update School Readiness goals and monitor outcomes
  • Complete education section of the Program Improvement Report annually.

 

Staff Development and Support

  • Supports curriculum development and implementation. Identifies training needs and implements yearly training plan.
  • Trains and mentors all teaching staff on the implementation of all tools used to support the curriculum and alignment with Head Start Program Performance Standards (HSPPS), California Early Learning Framework and Guidelines and the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework, Birth to Five (HELOF).
  • Observes classrooms and staff and provides supportive constructive feedback to improve teaching practices

 

Provision/Assurance of Services

  • Visits centers regularly to meet with staff, parents and volunteers and to observe children and participate in family case conferences as needed.
  • Monitors and supports all screenings done by the teachers and home visitors to determine the appropriateness of individualized curriculum provided by teaching staff.
  • Monitors the reviewing of lesson plans, socialization plans, child observations, and parent summaries by the supervisors, to ensure that curriculum concepts and goals are being met and to ensure that individualization is taking place.
  •  Meets regularly with supervisors, to review activities and outcomes to ensure that the program’s mission and goals are being met at the center and home visit level.
  • Establishes trusting relationships with the parents in the program and works with the teaching staff to find comfortable ways for the parents to be involved in the program.
  • Works in collaboration with Children and Family Services Management team to support staff in their work with children with challenging behaviors, special needs or disabilities.

 

Supervisory Responsibilities

  • Is responsible for the supervision and support of Site Supervisors, including facilitating regular supervision meetings, conducting one on one meeting with each assigned supervisee, observation and feedback of supervisee work, and conducting formal performance reviews annually.
  • Facilitate leadership training.
  • Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

 

  • BA degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or related field.      MA - Strongly preferred

             Valid California Child Development Program Director Permit CLASS Certification

  • Bilingual English/Spanish
  • Administrative experience with child care programs serving infants and toddlers
  • Administrative experience of managing State Child Care grant in California
  • Knowledge of local and state health, safety and licensing regulations for child care facilities 
  • Prior Head Start or Early Head Start experience and knowledge of its performance standards
  • Effective oral and written communication skills
  •  Must be proficient in all Microsoft Office including work experience with databases, creating spreadsheets
  • Experience working with families of low-incomes. Strong commitment to the field of child and family development services
  • Ability to convey ideas and communicate effectively often in the form of public speaking/presentation skills
  • Deep understanding – and ability to articulate – the role equity, inclusion, and diversity plays in our work.

 

Physical Requirement 

  • Ability to sit, walk, stoop and stand intermittently
  • Ability to grasp, push and pull objects such as files, file cabinet drawers and reach overhead
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 25 lbs.
  • Manual dexterity required for computer work

 

To apply, send resume to:  Monique Liebhard, VP of Children and Family Services at mliebhard@camarin.org  

San Rafael, CA 94903 2020-06-03 View
Area Supervisor Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County

Area Supervisor

Exempt: Yes SALARY LEVEL: As per Current Salary Chart

Department: Head Start/Early Head Start LOCATION: Head Start Office in Santa Rosa

Reports to:  Education Manager HOURS: F.T.E, Monday through Friday


SUMMARY OF POSITION:

Under direction of the Education Manager, ensures the implementation of all service areas for the Head Start and Early Head Start programs; coordinates services for all participant children and families in compliance with ACF Performance Standards, the Service Area Written Plans, and California State Licensing regulations.  This position supervises the following program staff:  Center Directors, who supervise employees in the Head Start and Early Head Start sites.  Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the Agency’s policies and applicable federal and state laws.  


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Participates as a member of the team in planning program operations and establishing program procedures 
  • Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; coaching/mentoring, managing and appraising performance; addressing complaints and resolving problems
  • Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of assigned sites
  • Assists in the fulfillment of administrative requirements ensuring compliance of the Head Start/EHS Performance Standards and California State Licensing
  • Coordinates and monitors the work of center staff, consultants, parents and volunteers, as outlined in the Agency’s Head Start/EHS Program Service Area Written Plans
  • Visits program sites regularly.  Supports and monitors program compliance through regular site observations and feedback. Provides training to staff on systems and procedures, as needed
  • Monitors sites to insure that program health and safety supervision plans are being implemented by all staff and provide additional training where needed
  • Support the Curriculum Supervisor in ensuring that a developmentally appropriate curriculum is being implemented with fidelity.
  • Coordinates with Content Area Managers to assist in planning and implementing program goals into daily operations at the site level
  • Supervises the maintenance of files and records, ensuring confidentiality.  Ensures prompt and accurate completion of required paperwork related to center operations
  • Meets with Education Manager and supervisors to assure consistent compliance with data tracking and program monitoring.
  • Responsible for assessing educational materials and ordering/distribution of supplies to site; securing long and short term substitutes; maintaining Head Start/EHS library; working with Family Services Manager to develop and maintain literacy activities; maintaining the Center Director and Teacher II/ PCG meeting agendas; as assigned.
  • Participates in training, workshops and meetings as assigned
  • Participates in the team building process within the program by using established communication channels in a constructive and productive manner that enhances the team effort
  • Serves as a liaison and collaborates with community agencies to assure delivery of services to families
  • The health, safety and supervision of children in the program is essential, therefore every employee is responsible for the care and supervision of children while they are present at the center
  • Other duties as assigned 

Requirements

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

EDUCATION/CERTIFICATES and/or EXPERIENCE:

a. BA or advanced degree in Early Childhood Education OR

b. BA degree in a field related to Early Childhood Education with the 12 core units of ECE  OR

c.     AA with 24 ECE/CD units (incl. core units); and willingness to complete a BA according to the Office of Head Start requirements.


In Addition to A, B, or C:

  • Three semester units in Administration and Supervision and willingness to complete an additional 3 units and 2 units in adult supervision semester units
  • 3 units infant/toddler
  • Three years experience in a pre-school/infant/toddler classroom and 3 years experience in supervision.
  • Current Pediatric First Aid, CPR and Health and Safety Course
  • Valid California Driver's License and a properly insured vehicle for use on the job
  • Prior to beginning work, must be able to pass the Community Care Licensing criminal record clearance, and have a current (within one year) TB clearance and Health Screening Report.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

  • Working knowledge of the principles and practices of child development and adult learning styles.
  • Understanding of the principles of bilingual and multicultural education
  • Intermediate personal computer skills with word processing and email experience
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Bilingual, Spanish/English preferred
  • Knowledge of culturally diverse groups and persons from low-income families
  • Advanced skills in reading, analyzing, and interpreting procedures and governmental regulations  
  • Advanced ability to write reports and correspondence.  Advanced ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of parents, children and staff   
  • Intermediate ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals
  • Advanced ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of situations with good judgment 
  • Advanced ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form
  • Have or be willing to obtain CLASS Reliability Certification that must be renewed annually

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS

  • Dependability, initiative, good judgment and ability to function with minimal supervision
  • A sincere interest in children and parents and their needs

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. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to sit at a desk and sometimes use a computer.  The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.  The employee drives, approximately 15% of the time, to centers, meetings, training, and home visits as scheduled throughout the year.  The employee spends approximately 25% of the time writing and/or keyboarding.


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 occasionally works in outside weather conditions.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate and sometimes noisy.


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

Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Santa Rosa, CA 95401 2020-05-29 View
Teacher II - III Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Full-time position with benefits. One position is year round, one is a part-day with summers off. Teachers hired in the Goleta, Santa Barbara & Carpinteria area will receive an additional monthly locality stipend between $100 - $250 in addition to the hourly rate of pay.

Positions work 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 Child's education.

REQUIREMENTS: Level II - Associates 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. Level III - Bachelor’s 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. Bilingual preferred. Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.

Carpinteria, CA 93013 2020-05-21 View
EHS Teacher II - III Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Full-time position with benefits. Teaching positions working in Goleta, Santa Barbara & Carpinteria area will receive an additional monthly locality stipend between $100 - $250 in addition to the monthly hourly rate of pay.

The Early Head Start (EHS) Teacher will develop 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 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. 

Carpinteria, CA 93013 2020-05-21 View
Behavioral Health Specialist Children First Early Head Start

Responsible for Head Start Performance Standards for Mental Health.  Identifies possible functions of behavior, which aids in appropriate classroom, individual and home interventions.  This position provides ongoing support, education and strategies to parents, teachers, home visitors and managers to assist the mental health of the child and family.  

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Program Planning & Implementation
Has primary responsibility for the following areas in the Head Start Regulations:

Behavioral Management
1. Provides general classroom/playgroup observations to access group functioning in classrooms and home care as needed.
2. Collaborates with classroom teachers, parents, program managers, program coordinators, home visitors to develop a Behavior Intervention Plan.
3. Conducts parent meeting to advise the parent of concerns about their child’s behavioral issues and establish a working partnership to successfully address their child’s needs.
4. Assists with the planning and implementation of behavioral programs through direct consultation with teaching staff, managers, coordinators and parents.
5. Conducts behavioral assessments of children and environmental assessments of centers/classroom and or/home environments such as ASQ-SE, ITTERS FCCERS.
6. Provides verbal and written feedback to Center Director, Teaching staff, Home Based leadership, Home Visitors and parents to discuss ways of supporting individual child’s development and positive peer interactions, identify classroom in need of additional behavioral management support including addressing immediate concerns and making suggestions for building on children’s individual strengths.
7. Maintains written documentation for all general and individual observations to include; recommendations, goals, classroom modification, management techniques and other strategies for classroom/home based staff and or families.
8. Provides staff and parents with applicable resource materials in the forms of pamphlets, literature and recommendations and referrals when appropriate.
9. Participates in weekly meetings with Program Leadership and Education staff to discuss progress, challenges and other issues as they arise.
10. Provide monthly Reflective Supervision meetings with Education staff and teams.

Training:
1. Plans and facilitates workshops on topics relevant to age-appropriate behavior management techniques to parents and teaching staff including CSEFEL.
2. Determines appropriate training needs to meet the program goal, objectives, and makes necessary recommendations.
3. Attends any training, workshops and meetings as seemed necessary by the supervisor.
4. Maintains Child Plus.net of services provided to children identified as needing mental and or behavioral health planning.
5. Collaborates with community mental health and behavioral health vendors to provide additional services.

Monitoring:
1. Monitors the referral and implementation of mental health services in Child Plus.net.
2. Responsible for monitoring the behavioral intervention plan to assess whether the interventions are successful or need to be adjusted.
3. Monitors and updates Head Start policies and procedures regarding behavioral health.
4. Observes teachers implementing behavior plans and IFSP’s to determine additional needs and resources.
5. Reviews on a weekly basis session notes to monitor the provided services.
6. Leads Case Reviews with teachers, home visitors and program management, family service workers to review individual cases and follow protocol.

Record Keeping and Reporting:
1. Maintains ChildPlus.net and PIR for Mental Health services.
2. Provides monthly service reports to Health Services Manager for Board/Policy Council report.

Venice, CA 90291 2020-05-20 View
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