Job Title Agency Job Description Job Location Posted on Actions
Infant/Toddler Master Teacher - Project Contra Costa County Community Services Bureau

TYPICAL TASKS:

  • Plans, facilitates and oversees classroom activities according to developmentally appropriate practice and following the instructional approach utilized by the department
  • Conducts daily classroom activities
  • Prepares appropriate lesson plans with required individualization
  • Conducts screenings and assessments of children within mandated time frames, and uses the results to individualize educational delivery Coordinates curriculum, instructional approach and staff development activities
  • Explains the program curriculum and instructional approach to staff, parents, the community, and Federal, State and local government agencies
  • Directs, trains, mentors, and evaluates paid and volunteer staff assigned to child education centers, including teachers and associate teachers
  • Plans and conducts meetings with staff and parents, including the required number of home visits per year
  • Travels to child education centers county-wide to assist in the development of the curriculum plan and classroom set-up that is conducive to the instructional approach
  • Maintains program records and prepares reports in a clear and concise manner, meeting all requirements and timelines

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

License Required: Possession of a valid California Motor Vehicle Operator's License. Out of state valid motor vehicle operator's license will be accepted during the applicant process.

 

Permit Required: Possession of a valid Master Teacher Permit issued by the California Commission on

Teacher Credentialing or Contra Costa County Master Teacher Temporary County Certificate.

Education: Possession of an Associate of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE) from an accredited college or university with six (6) specialization units in Infant/Toddler care or six (6) specialization units in ECE and additional six (6) Infant/Toddler care units, if the specialization units are not specific to Infant/Toddler care and development; two (2) adult supervision units;

Or

Possession of an Associate of Arts degree from an accredited college or university with twenty-four (24)

Early Childhood Education/Child Developments (ECE/CD) units including the core courses of Child

Development, Child, Family and Community and Programs and Curriculum; sixteen (16) general education units which included one course from each of the following: humanities and/or fine arts, social sciences, math and/or science, and English and/or language arts; six (6) specialization units in ECE and six (6) in Infant/Toddler care; two ( 2) adult supervision units Six (6) ECE Infant/Toddler units are required if the six (6) specialization units are not related to work with infants and toddlers;

or

Possession of a Baccalaureate of Arts degree or higher degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Early Childhood Education (ECE), Child Development (CD), or a closely related field

or

Baccalaureate degree in any subject and coursework equivalent to a major relating to Early Childhood Education with experience teaching preschool-age children. Course work must have included completion of twelve (12) ECE units, three (3) units of supervised field experience in ECE setting and six (6) ECE infant/toddler units.

Experience: Two (2) years of full-time experience or its equivalent as an infant/toddler teacher, one (1) year of which must have included supervising the activities of other staff assisting in the classroom.

Special Requirements: Ability to meet standards as may be required by the Federal Head Start Performance Standards, California Department of Education Title V, and California Department of Social Services Title XXII regulations dealing with pre-school and child development programs.

PLEASE NOTE: All applicants must submit official or unofficial transcripts and verification of their Child Development Master Teacher Permit with the application. Make sure to include your name on all application documents. If you are unable to attach your permit and/or transcripts to your online application you may email scanned copies to exam@hrd.cccounty.us within seven (7) days of applying. Failure to do so will result in your automatic rejection.

For full information regarding the requirements of all Child Development Permits issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing as well as instructions on how to apply, you may obtain additional information and assistance by contacting:

Certification Officer

California Commission on Teacher Credentialing

1812 9th Street

Sacramento, CA 95814-7000

E-Mail: credentials@ctc.ca.gov

Web Site: www.ctc.ca.gov

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Master Teacher - Project Contra Costa County Community Services Bureau

The Contra Costa County Community Services Bureau has immediate openings for qualified classroom staff to fill vacancies in full-day child education centers serving approximately 2500 low-income children and their families. Incumbents may be required to travel to child education centers countywide in the performance of assigned job duties.


Under the supervision of a Site Supervisor, the Master Teacher functions as a specialist level teacher in overseeing the integration and coordination of education, curriculum, child assessment, staff development and parent involvement activities at child education centers serving preschool children 2.5-6 years of age.   

Typical Tasks 

  • Plans, facilitates and oversees classroom activities according to developmentally appropriate practice and following the instructional approach utilized by the department
  • Conducts daily classroom activities
  • Prepares appropriate lesson plans with required individualization
  • Conducts screenings and assessments of children within mandated time frames, and uses the results to individualize educational delivery
  • Coordinates curriculum, instructional approach and staff development activities
  • Explains the program curriculum and instructional approach to staff, parents, the community, and Federal, State and local government agencies
  • Directs, trains, mentors, and evaluates paid and volunteer staff assigned to child education centers, including teachers and associate teachers
  • Plans and conducts meetings with staff and parents, including the required number of home visits per year
  • Travels to child education centers county-wide to assist in the development of the curriculum plan and classroom set-up that is conducive to the instructional approach
  • Maintains program records and prepares reports in a clear and concise manner, meeting all requirements and timelines

 

Minimum Qualifications

License Required: Possession of a valid California Motor Vehicle Operator's License. Out of state valid motor vehicle operator's license will be accepted during the application process.

Permit Required: Possession of a valid Master Teacher Permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing or a Contra Costa County Master Teacher Temporary County Certificate.

Education: Possession of an Associates of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE) from an accredited college or university; or possession of an Associates of Arts degree from an accredited college or university with twenty-four (24) Early Childhood Education/Child Developments (ECE/CD) units including the core courses of Child Development, Child, Family and Community and Programs and Curriculum; sixteen (16) general education units which included one course from each of the following: humanities and/or fine arts, social sciences, math and/or science, and English and/or language arts; six (6) specialization units; and two (2) adult supervision units;
or
possession of a Bachelors degree or higher degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Early Childhood Education (ECE), Child Development (CD), or a closely related field
or
Baccalaureate degree in any subject and coursework equivalent to a major relating to Early Childhood Education with experience teaching preschool-age children. Course work must have included completion of twelve (12) ECE units plus three (3) units of supervised field experience in ECE setting.

Experience: Two (2) years of full-time experience or its equivalent as a preschool teacher, one (1) year of which must have included supervising the activities of other staff assisting in the classroom.

Special Requirements: Ability to meet standards as may be required by the Federal Head Start Performance Standards, California Department of Education Title V, and California Department of Social Services Title XXII regulations dealing with pre-school and child development programs.

PLEASE NOTE: All applicants must submit official or unofficial transcripts and verification of their Child Development Master Teacher Permit with the application. Make sure to include your name on all application documents. If you are unable to attach your permit and/or transcripts to your online application you may email scanned copies to exam@hrd.cccounty.us within seven (7) days of applying. Failure to do so will result in your automatic rejection. 

For full information regarding the requirements of all Child Development Permits issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing as well as instructions on how to apply,You may obtain additional information and assistance by contacting:

Certification Officer

Ms. Terrissa Hein, Education Liaison

Contra Costa County Office of education

77 Santa Barbara Road, Pleasant Hill CA 94523

Phone 925-942-3397

Email: thein@cccoe.k12.ca.us


California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
1812 9th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-7000
E-Mail: credentials@ctc.ca.gov
Web Site: www.ctc.ca.gov

 

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Infant/Toddler Teacher - Project Contra Costa County Community Services Bureau

TYPICAL TASKS:

·         Plans and implements a developmentally appropriate and culturally sensitive program, meeting needs of all children and families according to appropriate State and Federal regulations, policies and procedures

·         Organizes and maintains a developmentally appropriate and culturally sensitive learning environment; ensures a healthy, safe, clean environment both inside and out of the facility

·         Provides nurturing routines such as diapering, dressing, and feeding infants and toddlers

·         Assists toddlers with toilet training and development of self-help skills

·         Supervises sleeping infants and toddlers

·         Collaborates with parents as the child's first teachers in building a relationship of mutual respect and cooperation; conducts conferences, home visits and communicates verbally and in writing as required and as needed

·         Observes and records individual and group behavior and refers significant behaviors or concerns to specialists

·         Monitors and maintains all appropriate records, documents and files, submit reports in a timely and accurate manner as required and follows confidentiality guidelines

·         Uses required screening and portfolio assessment within required time frames and uses assessment to plan developmentally appropriate group and individualized activities

·         Implements appropriate behavior management techniques and follows policy

·         Models conflict resolution and problem solving for adults and children

·         Models and provides appropriate guidance and leadership to other instructional staff and children

·         Facilitates open, effective, and professional oral and written communication with families, staff and children

·         Maintains commitment to training and continuing professional development

·         Follows procedures for making verbal and written reports of suspected child abuse to Children's Protective Services and to others as required

·         Reports unusual incidents to supervisors as required

·         Complies with standards of conduct as required by Federal, State and County regulations

·         Performs other tasks as may be required for the efficient operation of the comprehensive, integrated program

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

License Required: Possession of a valid California motor Vehicle Operator's License. Out of state valid motor vehicle operator's license will be accepted during the application process.

 

Education: Possession of a high school diploma, G.E.D. equivalency or a high school proficiency certificate. Possession of 24 semester units in Early Childhood Education/Child Development, including core courses, 6 semester Early Childhood Education units related to infant/toddler care, plus 16 General Education (GE) units.

 

Prefer an Associates of Arts (AA) degree or higher in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or related field from an accredited college or university.

 

Permit Required: Possession of a Child Development Teacher Permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing or a Contra Costa County Temporary Teacher Certificate (CCC

TTC).

 

Other Requirements: As required by law all appointees must successfully pass a physical examination and have fingerprint and tuberculosis clearances.

 

PLEASE NOTE: At the time of application, all applicants must attach official or unofficial transcripts and verification of their Child Development Teacher Permit with the application. Make sure to include your name on all application documents. If you are unable to attach your permit and/or transcripts to your online application you may email scanned copies to exam@hrd.cccounty.us within seven (7) days of applying. Failure to do so will result in your automatic rejection.

 

For full information regarding the requirements of all Child Development Permits issued by the California

Commission on Teacher Credentialing as well as instructions on how to apply

 

You may obtain additional information and assistance by contacting:

Certification Officer

California Commission on Teacher Credentialing

1812 9th Street

Sacramento, CA 95814-7000

E-Mail: credentials@ctc.ca.gov

Web Site: www.ctc.ca.gov

 

 

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Infant/Toddler Associate Teacher - Project Contra Costa County Community Services Bureau

Typical Tasks

  • Supports the Teacher-Project in organizing and maintaining a developmentally appropriate and culturally sensitive learning environment; ensuring a healthy, safe, clean environment both inside and out of the facility
     
  • Provides nurturing routines such as diapering, dressing and feeding infants and toddlers
     
  • Assists toddlers with toilet training and development of self-help skills
     
  • Supervises sleeping infants and toddlers
     
  • Supports the Teacher-Project in collaborating with parents, building a relationship of mutual respect and cooperation; and communicating verbally and in writing as approved by the Teacher-Project
     
  • Assists the Teacher-Project in monitoring and maintaining all appropriate records, documents and files, submitting reports in a timely and accurate manner as required while following confidentiality guidelines
     
  • Supports the Teacher-Project in screening and portfolio assessment within required time frames and uses assessment to plan developmentally appropriate group and individualized activities
     
  • Supports the Teacher-Project in implementing appropriate behavior management techniques
     
  • Models conflict resolution and problem solving for adults and children
     
  • Models appropriate professional behavior to other instructional staff'
     
  • Facilitates open and effective, professional oral and written communication with families, staff and children
     
  • Maintains commitment to training and continuing professional development
     
  • Follows procedures for making verbal and written reports of suspected child abuse to Children's Protective Services and to others as required
     
  • Reports unusual incidents to supervisors as required
     
  • Complies with standards of conduct as required by Federal, State and County regulations
     
  • Performs other tasks as may be required for the efficient operation of the comprehensive, integrated program

Minimum Qualifications

Education: Possession of 15 semester units in Early Childhood Education/Child Development, including core courses, and six (6) units in Infant/Toddler Care and Education. Preference is given to candidates with an Associate of Art (A.A.) degree or higher in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or related field from an accredited college or university Infant/Toddler Care and Education is a must regardless of level of education.

Permit Required: Possession of a Child Development Associate Teacher Permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing or a Contra Costa County Associate Teacher Temporary County Certificate (CCC AT TCC).

Other Requirements: As required by law all appointees must successfully pass a physical examination, fingerprint and tuberculosis clearances.

PLEASE NOTE: All applicants must submit official or unofficial transcripts and verification of their Child Development Associate Teacher Permit with the application. Make sure to include your name on all application documents.
If you are unable to attach your permit and/or transcripts to your online application you may email scanned copies to exam@hrd.cccounty.us/ mrahman@hrd.cccounty.us within seven (7) days. Failure to do so will result in your automatic rejection.


For full information regarding the requirements of all Child Development Permits issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing as well as instructions on how to apply

You may obtain additional information and assistance by contacting:

Ms. Terrissa Hein, Education Liaison

Contra Costa County Office of education

77 Santa Barbara Road, Pleasant Hill CA 94523

Phone 925-942-3397

Email: thein@cccoe.k12.ca.us

Certification Officer

California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
1812 9th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-7000
E-Mail: credentials@ctc.ca.gov
Web Site: www.ctc.ca.gov

 

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TEACHER ASSISTANT TRAINEE-PROJECT Contra Costa County Community Services Bureau (CSB)

The Community Services Bureau in the Employment and Human Services Department is offering an employment opportunity on an hourly basis in a role for Teacher Assistant Trainee-Project.  This is an exciting opportunity for individuals interested to work with young children ages 0-5 years old in a classroom setting in state-of-the art licensed childcare facilities.  The Teacher Assistant Trainee-Project position is geared towards individuals who do not have experience or educational background in the field of Early Childhood Education and Development or individuals who are pursuing their post-high school education.   The position provides an excellent opportunity for an on-the-job training and development for a potential career in Early Childhood Education.

Under close supervision, cares for and assists in the development and instruction of Infant/Toddler and pre-school children in a childcare and development education program designed to promote the social, emotional, cognitive, creative and linguistic development of young children. 

Incumbents in this class are exempt from the classified service and work in Federally and or State funded project positions administered by Contra Costa County.  No permanent appointments may be made in this classification. 

Typical Tasks

 

  • Assists in planning and implementing the instructional program to Infant/Toddler and pre-school children
  • Assists in maintaining the safety, cleanliness and attractiveness of the learning environment, including, but not limited to, sweeping, mopping, cleaning and sanitizing tables and sinks, and organizing the children's environment
  • Assists children and teachers in transitions at rest time, during meals, and other activities
  • Assists children with toileting and diapering
  • Nurtures the children and families to reach full potential
  • Models appropriate behavior for the children and families
  • Assists the children in solving their own problems and developing self-discipline; follows appropriate behavior management techniques and policy
  • Reports observations of unusual or challenging behaviors to the teachers and relates positive behaviors to parents
  • Facilitates open and effective, professional oral and written communication with families, staff, and children;
  • Follows procedures for making verbal and written reports of suspected child abuse to Children's Protective Services and to others as required
  • Reports unusual incidents to supervisor as required
  • Complies with standards of conduct as required by Federal, State and County regulations
  • Performs other tasks as may be required for the efficient operation of the comprehensive, integrated program

 

Minimum Qualifications

Education: Possession of a high school diploma, G.E.D. equivalency or a high school proficiency certificate.
 
Continuing Education: Eligibility for promotion to the classification of Associate Teacher - Project requires completion of 12 Early Childhood Education units with a passing grade of C or above. Nine (9) of these units must be in the core classes required under the State Permit Matrix.
 
Other Requirements: As required by law, all appointees to this class must successfully pass a physical examination and fingerprint and tuberculosis clearances.
 
Physical Requirements: Lift up to 50 lbs. intermittently, able to bend, stoop, and sit in small chairs and on floors regularly. Able to move quickly to keep pace with young children.

Other Requirements: As required by law

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Associate Teacher - Project Contra Costa County Community Services Bureau (CSB)

The Contra Costa County Community Services Bureau has immediate openings for qualified classroom staff to work with and meet the emotional, social, cognitive, creative, physical and linguistic development of young children in the Head Start and Child Development Programs. These are excellent opportunities for persons interested in the care, development and instruction of young children.

Under supervision of a Teacher, Associate Teachers assist in planning and conducting full-day, full-year classroom activities for preschool children 2.5 – 6 years of age.
 

Typical Tasks 

  • Assists in assessing the needs of children enrolled in the program
  • Assists in organizing the children's learning environment
  • Assists in planning and implementing the developmental program
  • Assists in working with parents in building a relationship of mutual respect and cooperation
  • Models appropriate behavior for the children and other adults
  • Makes verbal and written reports of suspected child abuse to Child Protective Services and report unusual incidents to others as required
  • Performs duties and responsibilities of the Teacher-Project during hours when the Teacher-Project is not assigned to the classroom
  • Reports issues of concern to the Teacher-Project or Site Supervisor-Project
  • Performs other tasks as may be required for the efficient operation of the instruction program

 

Minimum Qualifications

License Required: Possession of a valid California Motor Vehicle Operator License. Out of state valid motor vehicle operator's license will be accepted during the application process.

Education: Possession of a high school diploma, G.E.D. equivalency, or a high school proficiency certificate and 12 semester units in Early Childhood Education/Child Development, including core courses. Prefer an Associate of Art (A.A.) degree or higher in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or related field from an accredited college or university.

Permit Required: Possession of a Child Development Associate Teacher Permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing or a Contra Costa County Associate Teacher Temporary County Certificate (CCC TCC).

Other Requirement: As required by law, all appointees to this class must successfully pass a physical examination and fingerprint and tuberculosis clearances.

PLEASE NOTE: All applicants must submit official or unofficial transcripts and verification of their Child Development Associate Teacher Permit with the application. Make sure to include your name on all application documents. If you are unable to attach your permit and/or transcripts to your online application you may email scanned copies to exam@hrd.cccounty.us/mrahman@ehsd.cccounty.us within seven (7) days of applying. Failure to do so will result in your automatic rejection.

For full information regarding the requirements of all Child Development Permits issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing as well as instructions on how to apply

For full information regarding the requirements of all Child Development Permits issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing as well as instructions on how to apply

You may obtain additional information and assistance by contacting:

Ms. Terrissa Hein, Education Liaison

Contra Costa County Office of education

77 Santa Barbara Road, Pleasant Hill CA 94523

Phone 925-942-3397

Email: thein@cccoe.k12.ca.us

 

Certification Officer
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
1812 9th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-7000
E-Mail: credentials@ctc.ca.gov
Web Site: www.ctc.ca.gov

 

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Site Supervisor II - Project COUNTY OF CONTRA COSTA (CSB)

The Contra Costa County Community Services Department is recruiting to fill Site Supervisor II vacancies in full-day child education centers serving approximately 2500 low-income families. Incumbents may be required to travel to child education centers countywide in the performance of assigned job duties.

Under supervision of the Assistant Director-Project, the Site Supervisor II's provide the day-to-day administration of an intermediate capacity child development site providing general child care, infant/toddler care and/or preschool services

TYPICAL TASKS:

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

Minimum Qualifications

License Required: Possession of a valid California Vehicle Operator License. Out of state valid motor vehicle operator's license will be accepted during the application process.


Experience: Two (2) years of full time or its equivalent experience as a Site Supervisor in a publicly funded preschool or child development program.

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

Special Requirements: Ability to meet such standards as may be required by the Federal Head Start Performance Standards, California Department of Education Title V, and California Department of Social Services Title XXII regulations dealing with preschool and child development programs. Note: As required by law, all appointees must successfully pass a physical examination and fingerprint and tuberculosis clearances and a current physical examination.

PLEASE NOTE: All applicants must submit official or unofficial transcripts and verification of their Child Development Site Supervisor Permit with the application. Make sure to include your name on all application documents. If you are unable to attach your permit and/or transcripts to your online application you may email scanned copies to exam@hrd.cccounty.us/mrahman@ehsd.cccounty.us within seven (7) days of applying. Failure to do so will result in your automatic rejection. 

 

You may obtain additional information and assistance by contacting:

Ms. Terrissa Hein, Education Liaison

Contra Costa County Office of education

77 Santa Barbara Road, Pleasant Hill CA 94523

Phone 925-942-3397

Email: thein@cccoe.k12.ca.us

Certification Officer
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
1812 9th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-7000
E-Mail: credentials@ctc.ca.gov
Web Site: www.ctc.ca.gov

 

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Teachers II - III Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Full-time, benefits. Positions work in a part-day program. Regular positions are eligible for medical, dental, vision, life insurance as well as a 5% salary match for a tax deferred retirement plan (403b, match is after 1 year of employment). 

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

REQUIRES:

Level II - Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or a related field and eligible for a Child Development Teacher permit or higher from CA Commission on Teacher Credentialing with three semester units in supervised field experience.

Level III - Bachelor’s Degree or higher with 12 units of ECE/CD and eligible for a Child Development Master Teacher permit or higher from CA Commission on Teacher Credentialing with three semester units in supervised field experience and one year experience as Early Childhood Teacher. Must obtain and maintain a Pediatric First Aid and CPR card. Experience working with children with disabilities desirable; Bilingual preferred. Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Now offering Location Stipend for all regular teaching staff in Goleta, Santa Barbara & Carpinteria Centers (Example: $200 monthly locality stipend)! Substitute positions always available.

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Cook I-II North Coast Opportunities

NCO Head Start Child Development Program

Recruiting for Ukiah:

Cook I-II  

(Bilingual Preferred, CA Driver License Required)

Salary: $ 13.00 - $ 14.95/hr DOQ.  EOE.

Open Until Filled

For full job description details & required employment application form go to www.ncoinc.org/about-us/jobs or707-467-3200x 302

Ukiah, CA 95482 2019-12-20 View
Cook I-II / Temporary North Coast Opportunities

NCO Head Start Child Development Program

Recruiting for Fort Bragg, CA:

Cook I-II  / Temporary

(Bilingual Preferred, CA Driver License Required)

Salary: $ 13.00 - $ 14.95/hr DOQ.  EOE.

Open Until Filled

For full job description details & required employment application form go to www.ncoinc.org/about-us/jobs or707-467-3200x 302

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FCCHEN Child Development Specialist Allies for Every Child (formerly Westside Children's Center)

JOB SUMMARY:

The Child Development Specialist works under the supervision of the FCCHEN Program Manager and with the guidance of the Early Education Center & Early Head Start Director and Early Education Manager. The Child Development Specialist (CDS) partners with a team of CDS’s to ensure comprehensive, high quality early education experiences for children/families enrolled in Allies’ network of contracted licensed family child care home providers (Providers). The Child Development Specialist plays a critical role in client and Provider recruitment, ongoing training, health/safety monitoring, comprehensive family services and lesson plan processes.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:

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, skills and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Early Education Duties

Children

  • Schedule and perform observations and developmental assessments of children (include parent and provider input); responsible for completion of Desired Results Developmental Profile assessments for children in the FCCHEN and EHS-CCP Program.
  • Complete semi-annual developmental screenings (Ages and Stages Questionnaires- 3 and Social-Emotional) with parents during home visits; assist in referring children to disabilities team and or local agency, if needed; partner with parents and families through the formal evaluation process

 

Families

  • Conduct two home visits per fiscal year for each family on your caseload to ensure appropriate resources and provide emotional encouragement
  • Identify child and family social or health needs and provide referrals to parents regarding public assistance, health, housing, counseling, etc. as needed
  • Support completion of semi-annual 5 protective factors surveys, annual family survey, etc.
  • Confer with parents on an as-needed basis, offering them resources and mediating parent/provider conflict, as well as discussing children’s assessments, needs and interests, and strategies to use in facilitating children’s growth and development
  • Actively support parental involvement by planning and facilitating responsive and directed parent activities
  • Facilitate opportunities for parents and families to participate in program’s education services and trainings
  • Participate in implementation of program-wide parent advisory group
  • Assist, guide and educate each family during transition process to a preschool, Head Start Program and or Kindergarten.
  • Assist in planning parent activities, encourage parent participation in program activities, and obtain feedback from parent regarding the level of satisfaction with the services they received
  • Provide support in the follow-up and retrieval of health, nutrition, mental health and disability requirements
  • Collaborate with Health Services Coordinator, Mental Health Coordinator and/or Disability Manager to ensure the health, nutrition and special needs of children are addressed
  • Working closely with each family on caseload to support goals identified and provide needed referrals to community agencies and effectively communicate with Family Services Associate or other relevant team members
  • Supports families in completion of paperwork and documentation requirement for Early Head Start and CDE and provides follow-up
  • Provides support and strategies to address any attendance concerns

 

Family Child Care Home Education Providers

  • Mentor, coach, model, and provide individualized training and technical assistance for Providers and their staff in child development, and other areas identified; Ensure monthly meetings, semimonthly home visits, telephone consultations as needed, and support monthly responsive trainings
  • Provide curriculum support (age and developmentally appropriate activities for children; strategies to individualize activities; strategies for English Language Learners, etc.)
  • Emphasize effective teaching practices and learning environments with parents and providers
  • Monitor ratio, health and safety, child’s files; contract/licensing compliance; attendance sheets; nutrition observations, etc.
  • Conduct home visits, coaching, and individualized follow up to ensure the appropriate resources and emotional encouragement is there for each child and family as needed   and to ensure proper implementation of federal regulations
  • Visit EHS-CCP family child care homes to both ensure that family goals are fully-supported by providers as well as to support comprehensive services for each family

 

Quality Assurance/Programmatic

  • Maintain records of home visits, parent conferences, children’s assessments, family referrals, corrective action plans
  • Maintain comprehensive child records in hard copy and/or ChildPlus data base and ensure an effective system of tracking
  • Review outcomes of assessments with family child care home education providers 
  • Document all parent, provider and community referrals including health documentation
  • Participate in internal audits and quality assurance file review
  • Perform annual and ongoing assessment of each provider using the Family Child Care Environment Rating Scale to ensure that services are of high quality and are educationally and developmentally appropriate
  • Creatively assist in recruitment of prospective client families and Providers
  • Attend child development conferences, interagency meeting and community events as appropriate and assigned

 

Other

  • May be required to work evenings and weekends as needed.
  • Perform other relevant responsibilities as required by the agency and as assigned
  • In accordance with our "team" philosophy, the person filling this position may occasionally be required to carry out or assist with other tasks in addition to the duties listed on this job description
  • Model the Standard of Conduct Policy when interacting with parents, community members and Colleagues
  • Ensure safety is a priority in performing all job responsibilities
  • Staff must believe in and act in accordance with both the Agency's and the program's mission/vision statements, adopted theoretical frameworks, and philosophy.

 

EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Child Development or Early Education, or Bachelor’s degree in a related field with two years of post-graduate experience in early childhood education (related fields include elementary education, early childhood special education, psychology, family consumer sciences, home economics, social work, social services)
  • Infant/toddler units, a plus
  • Two years’ experience working in Early Education programs as a lead or supervisor
  • One-year experience providing services to low-income families as a case manager
  • Knowledge of Head Start Early Learning Child Outcomes Framework preferred
  • Ability to plan, organize and oversee high quality early childhood programming and comprehensive services
  • Ability to communicate effectively – verbally and in writing
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Commitment to teamwork
  • Basic computer skills required – Word, Excel, Software applications
  • Experience working with diverse groups and populations
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish
  • Passionate about learning and possesses curiosity about issues affecting children and families
  • Align with Westside Children’s Center mission and philosophy
  • All employees, regardless of position, serve as role models for children and families who are served by our agency
  • Fingerprint background clearance (DOJ, FBI & Child Abuse Clearance Index), or approved exemption
  • Successful completion of pre-employment physical, PPD risk assessment, proof of immunizations for pertussis, measles and influenza
  • Class “C” driver’s license and proof of automobile insurance
  • Access to reliable transportation

 

FOR CONSIDERATION:

 

Full benefits package offered including 100% employer contribution to: Health - Kaiser or Anthem, Dental, Vision; 401k with employer match; Employee Assistance Program, Professional Development, 12 paid holidays, sick leave, vacation, and 2 personal days for anniversary of employment and birthday.

 

Allies for Every Child actively seeks candidates who reflect the rich diversity of the communities that we serve. We are committed to a work environment that embraces and promotes individuality and inclusion. We believe that diversity and inclusion of varied perspectives, backgrounds, and life experiences is essential to our organization’s effectiveness, and allows us to serve our clients in the respectful, responsive, and understanding way that they deserve. We define diversity in broad terms to include race, ethnicity, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, geography, socio-economic status and other unique attributes that make us who we are.

Allies for Every Child has achieved accreditation through the Council on Accreditation (COA). This means our programs, services, administration, and management have been rigorously evaluated and meet best practice standards.

Los Angeles, CA 90230 2019-12-20 View
HR MANAGER, COMPLIANCE & EMPLOYEE RELATIONS NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE ASSOCIATION

POSITION PURPOSE:

Under general direction of the AVP of Human Resources, performs a wide variety of often sensitive and confidential employee relations functions as well as ensures the Human Resources Department is in compliance with all federal, state, local and program requirements. This position is responsible for interpreting and advising on policies and procedures, and courses of action; supporting HR administrative functions; and performs related duties as assigned.

 

EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of various types of work that may be performed.  The omission of specific statement of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this position.

 

HR Compliance:

  • Plans, directs and administers various human resources support to all agency programs, to assure compliance with required background checks, physicals, certifications, and generates reports to resolves outstanding issues;
  • Acts as Custodian of Records for criminal background checks in accordance with California and federal laws, including Head Start regulations and applicable San Diego County program regulations and assures all background checks are performed for all employees, substitutes, interns, subcontractors and vendors;
  • Requests a monthly associated listing from CCL and verifies associated and disassociated background clearance list affiliated with the agency’s designated facility;
  • Completes the yearly EEO-1 survey, and other related reports;
  • Oversight of documentation, analysis, reporting and related tasks to ensure ongoing compliance with EEO regulations;
  • Ensures all agency facilities have required EEO posted employee regulations;
  • Provide expertise to analyze and evaluate issues related to HR policy requirements, assist with HR operational reviews, and recommends implementation of corrective actions;
  • Reviews and revises job descriptions specifications to assure exempt and non-exempt classifications are correct and makes recommendations;
  • Ensures personnel practices and policies related to all phases of employment meet applicable California and federal employment regulations and makes recommendations;
  • Research and analyze HRIS data, and prepares monthly and quarterly exception reports on compliance issues, HR trends, and makes recommendations and presentations;
  • Conducts special studies to assigned and recommends organizational, procedural or other changes;

 

HR Employee Relations:

  • Provides advice and counsel to department heads, managers and staff on updating and interpreting HR policies;
  • Facilitate and/or coordinates staff trainings, including sexual harassment prevention, supervisor tool kit, performance appraisal and encourages staff to engage in other learning and development opportunities;
  • Attends and promotes staff participation in webinars, workshops and seminars as continuing education to assure HR compliance in applying laws and regulations;
  • Assist with providing policy information and conflict resolution options to department heads, supervisors and employees;
  • Coordinate with the Legal Department to perform investigations, write investigative reports and make recommendations;
  • Partner with managers to carry out resolutions, which may include final disciplinary warnings and terminations;
  • Assist in administering and processing employee terminations;
  • Notify IT to terminate employee’s login access to the system;
  • Coordinate processing of documentation and seek legal advice from General Counsel as necessary;
  • Manage the termination paperwork and files of terminated employees;
  • Serves as the primary contact with union representatives and work collaboratively to address and positively resolve labor matters; coordinate union site visits, employee releases for union business;
  • Coordinates with the Legal Department on sensitive and confidential employee relations and/or legal issues; including consulting with the GM/General Counsel on the coordination of fact finding or workplace investigations into allegations of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, unethical conduct, threats, and other employment/legal matters as may be assigned;
  • Identifies employees who may benefit from coaching and communication skill enhancement and refer such persons to the VP, Training and Organization Development to aid in development of positive relationships with other staff;
  • Provides advice, guidance, and direction to department leaders on a broad range of employee issues, including Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA)/policy interpretation, employee conflict, work conditions, performance management, performance improvement planning (PIP), and employee discipline;
  • Serves as the primary contact with union representatives and work collaboratively to address and positively resolve labor matters; coordinate union site visits, employee releases for union business;
  • Work with Training & Organizational Development Department to recommend, develop and facilitate educational sessions for employees to help develop conflict mediation and cooperative supervision skills;
  • Assist in managing the annual performance evaluation process;
  • Prepare reports from HRMS software, analyze data and make presentations;
  • Prepare or maintain employment records related to personnel changes and certification tracking using human resources management software;
  • Perform assignments of varying difficulty in support of HR Management, including drafting disciplinary documents and memoranda, generating correspondence for internal distribution, preparing letters to applicants and candidates, and answering general questions regarding employment with NHA;
  • Organize and maintain office files, personnel files, and other documents;
  • Serve on special section committees and task forces; and
  • Conduct special studies and recommend organizational, procedural or other changes;

 

 

DESIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Knowledge of:

  • State and federal labor laws, legislation and regulations;
  • Employer and employee legal rights, duties and responsibilities;
  • NHA Human Resources policies and procedures applicable to areas of assigned responsibility;
  • Conflict resolution;
  • Best practices and techniques of Human Resources administration;
  • Negotiation techniques, interviewing skills and investigative procedures;
  • Basic data gathering and analysis techniques;
  • Principles and practices of sound business communication;
  • Correct English usage, including spelling and grammar;
  • Standard business software, including word processing, spreadsheets and graphics;
  • Basic operations and requirements of the Association’s personnel information systems;
  • Recordkeeping and filing practices and procedures.

 

Ability to:

  • Defuse potentially volatile situations and exercise sound judgment;
  • Develop and maintain strong, highly effective working relationships and build trust with management and staff to effectively counsel these individuals regarding HR and employee relations issues.
  • Operate a computer using word processing, spreadsheet, database and other standard business software;
  • Type accurately at a speed necessary to meet the requirements of the position;
  • Manage data and use it to effectively influence decisions;
  • Organize, set priorities and exercise sound independent judgment within areas of responsibility;
  • Interpret, apply, explain and reach sound decisions in accordance with laws, regulations, rules and policies;
  • Compose correspondence from brief instructions;
  • Communicate clearly and effectively orally and in writing;
  • Prepare clear, accurate and concise records and reports;
  • Maintain sensitive and confidential information;
  • Use tact, discretion and diplomacy in dealing with sensitive situations and concerned people and customers.

 

Training and Experience:

A typical way of obtaining the knowledge, skills, and abilities outlined above is through attaining a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, Organizational Development, Psychology, or a related field; plus, a minimum of three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience serving in a Human Resources role; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. At least one (1) year in an Employee Relations role is preferred. Bilingual in Spanish is desired.

 
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS, LICENSES & CERTIFICATES:

Incumbent must possess a valid California Driver’s License and insurance and/or access to reliable transportation in order to make site visits.

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS:

The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Physical Demands:

While performing the duties of this class, an employee is regularly required to sit, stand and walk; talk or hear, both in person and by telephone; use hands to operate, finger, handle or feel office equipment; reach with hands and arms; bend, kneel, grasp; and lift up to fifty (50) pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and the ability to adjust focus to view documents.

 

Mental Demands:

While performing the duties of this class, employees are regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data; use math and mathematical reasoning; analyze and solve problems; learn and apply new information; perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks with frequent interruptions; meet intensive and changing deadlines and interact with officials, staff and the public.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

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

 

Employees in this class generally work under typical office conditions. The noise level varies from quiet (private office) to moderate business office with computers and printers, light traffic. The employee may have occasional contact with angry or agitated individuals.

San Diego, CA 92111 2019-12-16 View
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) AKA Head Start Inc

    Under the general direction of the Executive Director and working closely with the Board of Directors, the Chief Financial Officer oversees the Business Services Department, including budgeting, financial reporting, cost allocations, procurement, accounts payable, contract development and review, payroll, facilities management, and IT support.  Ensures effective internal controls and provides all fiscal, budgetary, and regulatory information to AKA management, grantee management, independent auditors, and fiscal monitors from multiple agencies.  Prepares, reports, and presents accurate and timely financial information to the Executive Director, Board of Directors, and Policy Committee.  Maintains financial records for the Agency’s accounts and funding streams. Serves as financial advisor and provides thoughtful leadership and operation support to Program leadership.

 

Any combination equivalent to:

Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or at a minimum a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Management or a related field. 

  1. Five or more successful years of progressive accounting/supervisory experience as a senior level accounting professional; 
  2. Non-profit accounting experience with grant funding of $10 million annually preferred;
  3. Knowledge of fund accounting software and computer applications, including but not limited to Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint;
  4. Extensive knowledge of federal, state, and non-governmental grant funding processes; a
  5. Demonstrated ability to work well with others and in an integrated team environment; and
  6. Must have valid CA driver’s license and use of an insured vehicle for interagency travel.
El Cajon, CA 92020 2019-12-13 View
EHS/HS Teacher Assistant AKA Head Start Inc.

Under the direction of the Center Director and classroom teacher, assist in the teaching and learning activities of the classroom in compliance with Head Start Performance Standards, California State Regulation (Title 22) and Agency requirements.  Assist the teacher in a Head Start setting providing a comprehensive program to meet educational, emotional, social, health, nutritional, and psychological needs of children.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Assist in the preparation, implementation, and monitoring of children's curriculum goals and instructional programs;
  2. Assist with daily classroom set up and clean up;
  3. Provide input for developing weekly lesson plans;
  4. Observe each child daily to assess skills, interests, and needs and use this information to facilitate learning and growth;
  5. Assist in completing and maintaining bulletin boards;
  6. Assist with other responsibilities in the efficient and effective operation of the Agency; 
  7. Prepare and serve food for children’s meal periods; and
  8. Performs any other tasks deemed necessary by the teacher and/or center director.

 

El Cajon, CA 92020 2019-12-13 View
Site Supervisor Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Full-time position with benefits. Regular positions are eligible for medical, dental, vision, life insurance as well as a 5% salary match for a tax deferred retirement plan (403b, match is after 1 year of employment). This position also receives an additional monthly Location Stipend of $300.

Under the general supervision of the Program Manager is responsible for and supervises all aspects of the day-to-day operations at a site, including: supervision, monitoring and evaluation of staff, curriculum, record keeping, family and community partnerships, orders educational supplies and material within budget and implementation of program performance standards, policies and procedures.

REQUIRES: Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or BA with twelve (12) ECE units, including core courses and three (3) units of supervised field experience in ECE and two (2) years related experience in a child development program and Child Development Site Supervisor permit or higher from California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Strong computer skills. Valid California Driver's License. Child Development Site Supervisor Permit must be obtained within six (6) months of employment. Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. 

Santa Barbara, CA 93103 2019-12-12 View
Teacher I / II / III Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Full-time, part-time with benefits and substitute positions open. Our regular positions are eligible for medical, dental, vision, life insurance as well as a 5% salary match for a tax deferred retirement plan (403b, match is after 1 year of employment). Now offering Location Stipend for all regular teaching staff in Goleta, Santa Barbara & Carpinteria Centers (Example: $150 - $250 monthly locality stipend)! Substitute positions always available.

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

REQ:Level I - 12 units in Early Childhood Education/Child Development in core course or hold Associate Teacher permit or Child Development Associate permit.

Level II - Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or a related field and eligible for a Child Development Teacher permit or higher from CA Commission on Teacher Credentialing with three semester units in supervised field experience. Level III - Bachelor’s Degree or higher with 12 units of ECE/CD and eligible for a Child Development Master Teacher permit or higher from CA Commission on Teacher Credentialing with three semester units in supervised field experience and one year experience as Early Childhood Teacher.

All teachers must obtain and maintain a Pediatric First Aid and CPR card. Experience working with children with disabilities desirable; Bilingual preferred. Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. 

Santa Barbara, CA 93103 2019-12-12 View
Early Head Start Teacher ALLIES FOR EVERY CHILD

JOB SUMMARY:

Allies for Every Child is a comprehensive early childhood education program with a focus on school readiness for children zero to 3 years of age. Developmentally appropriate services are provided for children from low income families, zero to 3 years of age. The Early Head Start Teacher will provide daily educational services to children ages 3 months to 36 months in a center base setting. Overall the Early Head Start Teacher must ensure a safe and healthy environment which supports each child’s development. The Early Head Start Teacher must ensure full compliance with all California State licensing and Federal performance standards regulations.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:

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, skills and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Responsible for the primary care of up to eight (8) children, including feeding, diapering, and overall care for infants and toddlers
  • Demonstrate respect and support for the child's background by incorporating the cultural, linguistic, and familial values and beliefs of the family into the child care environment and routines
  • Develop secure and loving relationships with children; demonstrate a willingness to experiment with different languages during daily routines and in a variety of settings
  • Provide for all areas of a child’s development
  • Provide a classroom environment that encourages parent participation
  • Support parents as their child’s first teacher(s)
  • Provide a developmentally appropriate and nurturing environment for infants and toddlers and document child’s progress, attendance, and other requested information
  • Plan and implement daily lessons using program required curriculum and other resources which maximize each child’s developmental ability
  • Integrate subject matter to assist children in making connections
  • Offer a balance between child-initiated and teacher-directed learning
  • Provide multiple opportunities for inquiry, problem-based learning, and other effective strategies that are relevant and intellectually engaging
  • Maintain an individualized feeding plan and monitor daily nutritional intake of children.
  • Administer and supervise nutrition and food service
  • Assist families with children's transition to preschool program or other child care programs
  • Maintain a clean environment and use proper sanitation procedures
  • Assist with the supervision of staff and volunteers for child care setting
  • Ensure the safety (physically and psychologically) and well-being of all children; and universal precaution use by staff
  • Monitor the sign-in and sign-out sheet for accuracy
  • Promote good health practices and contribute to the prevention of illness
  • Ensure the documentation of the child’s daily health check and accurate reporting to the parent regarding the child’s health status
  • Conduct screening and developmental assessments and maintain written records of each child’s development
  • Address all factors, including health, disabilities, or family dynamics that may influence a child’s school readiness
  • Maintain current and accurate records on each child
  • Must be able to administer medication to children and understand the proper dosage in center-based setting
  • Must report accidents and incidents verbally and in writing to the parent and supervisor
  • Exchange information and serve as a member of a trans-disciplinary intervention team
  • Participate in on-going in-service and educational development opportunities provided by
  • the Agency
  • In accordance with our "team" philosophy, the person filling this position may occasionally be required to carry out or assist with other tasks in addition to the duties listed on this job description.

QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION:

  • Must hold or be eligible for a Child Development Associate Permit Or
  • Teacher Permit issued by the state of CA Teacher Credentialing Office
  • BA degree in Child Development or related field, requiring transcripts
  • Six semester units related to infant and toddler development acceptable to meeting licensing requirements with passing grades of “C” or better
  • One (1) to two (2) years’ work experience in a licensed infant/toddler or preschool center
  • Early Head Start experience preferred
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Early Child Development knowledge and experience
  • Ability to use the computer to input developmental data
  • Ability to effectively plan, organize and implement educational activities
  • Ability to make decisions on behalf of children and protect their well-being
  • Must be able to manage confidential information
  • Fingerprint background clearance (DOJ, FBI & Child Abuse Clearance Index), or approved exemption
  • Successful completion of pre-employment physical, PPD risk assessment, proof of immunizations for pertussis, measles and influenza
  • Access to reliable transportation required

FOR CONSIDERATION: Send unofficial school transcripts, cover letter and resume

Full benefits package offered including 100% employer contribution to: Health, Dental, Vision; 401k with employer match; Employee Assistance Program, Professional Development, sick leave, vacation, 12 paid holidays and 2 personal days for anniversary of employment and birthday.

Allies for Every Child actively seeks candidates who reflect the rich diversity of the communities that we serve. We are committed to a work environment that embraces and promotes individuality and inclusion. We believe that diversity and inclusion of varied perspectives, backgrounds, and life experiences is essential to our organization’s effectiveness, and allows us to serve our clients in the respectful, responsive, and understanding way that they deserve. We define diversity in broad terms to include race, ethnicity, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, geography, socio-economic status and other unique attributes that make us who we are.

Allies for Every Child has achieved accreditation through the Council on Accreditation (COA). This means our programs, services, administration, and management have been rigorously evaluated and meet best practice standards.

Los Angeles, CA 90230 2019-12-12 View
Mentoring Supervisor LBUSD Head Start

The Los Angeles Educare at Long Beach is a collaborative partnership between the LBUSD Head Start, Early Head Start, State Preschool, and private sector partners. The mission of Educare is to promote school readiness, reduce the achievement gap, and break the cycle of poverty by enhancing social and cognitive development of children ages birth to five through the provision of evidence -based education, health, nutritional, social, and other services to enroll children and their families. 

The Mentoring Supervisor facilitates full and effective implementation of Educare's Core Features and evidence -based instructional practices to continuously improve teaching and learning with the aim of accelerating children's learning, development, and school readiness outcomes. Mentoring Supervisors provide leadership to classroom teaching teams in the: 1) design, delivery, and coordination of intensive professional development; 2) education program development; 3) facilitation of interdisciplinary collaboration; and 4) administrative support. 

The incumbent will contribute to the building of systems and supports that aim to prevent the achievement gap that occurs between children living in poverty and their middle-income counterparts by providing comprehensive multi generational interventions and services for children and families. Candidates must have demonstrated experience as a program leader, and have experience and knowledge of Head Start, Early Head Start, State Pre-School and Licensing Regulations.

Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply for this position. In your letter of interest, please include your previous supervisory experience and examples of your work with improving outcomes for at-risk populations and how you personally will contribute to the Educare early learning leadership team. 

Minimum Requirements:

-A minimum of three years of experience teaching in an early childhood program serving infants and toddlers and a minimum of two years in a supervisory or coaching capacity. 

-Proof of experience as a lead teacher with supervision responsibility in a Child Development Program or any other combination of training and experience will be considered, as well as Bilingual skills

-A Master's degree in Early Childhood Education with 6 Infant/Toddler units, Child Development or a related field. 

-Valid State of California Child Development Site Supervisor Permit or higher

Long Beach, CA 90807 2019-12-11 View
Head Start/Early Head Start Substitute Associate Instructor, Part Time City of Oakland Head Start

Examples of Duties

 

  • Instruct children in basic infant/toddler/preschool education concepts.
  • Assist in organizing and setting up developmentally appropriate education and play materials for the classroom and/or the home.
  • Assist in conducting fire, disaster and safety drills in the classroom; inspect facility for safety standards and maintenance needs.
  • Assist in planning, organizing and scheduling daily activities at the center classroom or in the home.
  • Assist in conducting developmental screenings, on-going child observations, developmental assessments and devise Individual Development Plans (IDP) on all children enrolled in program; assist in developing Individual Education Plans (IEP) for special needs children.
  • Maintain a clean and organized indoor and outdoor environment, including the food service area.
  • Support the initial and final home visits; make additional/on-going home visits as needed.
  • Prepare snacks and serve meals.
  • Assist with conducting outreach and recruiting children and families for enrollment in the Head Start/State Preschool/Early Head Start Program.
  • Observe and supervise children in activities and ensure their health and safety at all times.
  • Observe children for unusual behavior or illness and notify parents.
  • Support parent conferences.
  • Keep routine records for daily attendance and progress of children in the classroom and/or the home.
  • Collaborate with parents in providing an individualized educational program for their children.
  • Support the parent education, planning, and goal setting for parents.
  • Promote parent/child bonding and nurturing parent/child relationships through modeling developmentally and culturally appropriate interactions and communications.
  • Administer Pediatric First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), as needed.

 

Minimum Requirements for Application

Any combination of education and experience that is equivalent to the following minimum qualifications is acceptable.

Education:
Twelve (12) post-secondary semester units or equivalent quarter units in early childhood education or child development completed at an accredited or approved college or university. Candidates must have units that cover the general areas of child growth and development, child family and community, child and family, or program/curriculum; 
                                                                            AND
hold, or qualify for, an Associate Teacher Child Development Permit (or higher level permit) issued by the State of California.
 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT FOR EARLY HEAD START PROGRAM SUBSTITUTES: Education must include six (6) units of Infant/Toddler coursework.

Experience:
Four months of full-time work experience or equivalent part-time experience in a licensed child care center or comparable group child care program.

Copy of college transcript(s) is required and must be attached. Applications submitted without the required documents will be considered incomplete.  Please be sure to scan and attach the required documents to your on-line application.

LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE

Individuals who are appointed to this position will be required to maintain a valid California Driver's License throughout the tenure of employment OR demonstrate the ability to travel to various locations in a timely manner as required in the performance of duties.

Must obtain a State of California Child Development Associate Teacher Permit within 6 months of employment.  Must demonstrate proof of application for Associate Teacher (or higher level) permit from the State of California upon hire. Failure to obtain relevant teaching permit within six months will be grounds for removal.

Must obtain Pediatric First Aid and CPR certifications within one year of employment and maintain throughout 

tenure of employment.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Depending on nature of assignment, candidates who receive offers of employment will be required to submit fingerprints, undergo a criminal record clearance, and have a physical examination including a TB screening.

Proficiency in a foreign language may be required.

Oakland, CA 94602 2019-12-10 View
Head Start/Early Head Start Assistant Instructor, Part Time City of Oakland

Examples of Duties

 

  • Assist with instructing children in basic infant/toddler/preschool education concepts.
  • Assist with organizing and setting up developmentally appropriate educational and play materials for the classroom.
  • Assist with conducting fire, disaster and safety drills in the classroom; inspect facility for safety standards and maintenance needs.
  • Assist with organizing and scheduling daily activities at the center classroom.
  • Prepare snacks and serve meals.
  • Assist with conducting outreach and recruiting children and families for enrollment in the Head Start/State Preschool/Early Head Start Program.
  • Observe, visually supervise and monitor children, and take action as needed during activities to ensure their health and safety at all times.
  • Observe children for unusual behavior or illness and notify Head Start/Early Head Start Instructor or Early Childhood Center Director.
  • Provide support during parent conferences.
  • Maintain a clean and organized indoor and outdoor environment, including the food service area.
  • Assist with maintaining routine records for daily attendance and progress of children in the classroom.
  • Partner with parents to adhere to individualized educational programs (IEPs) for their children.
  • Support the parent education, planning, and goal setting for parents.
  • Promote parent/child bonding and nurturing parent/child relationships through modeling developmentally and culturally appropriate interactions and communications.
  • Administer Pediatric First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), as needed.
  • Minimum Requirements for Application
  • Any combination of education and experience that is equivalent to the following minimum qualifications is acceptable.

    Education:
    Six (6) units of Early Childhood Education (ECE) or Child Development (CD) from an accredited college or university.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT FOR EARLY HEAD START PROGRAM ASSISTANT INSTRUCTORS: Education must include three (3) units of Infant/Toddler coursework.

    Experience:
    None required. Experience in a licensed child care center or comparable group child care program is highly desirable.

    Copy of college transcript(s) is required and must be attached. Applications submitted without the required documents will be considered incomplete.  Please be sure to scan and attach the required documents to your on-line application.

    LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE

    Individuals who are appointed to this position will be required to maintain a valid California Driver's License throughout the tenure of employment OR demonstrate the ability to travel to various locations in a timely manner as required in the performance of duties.

    Must possess a State of California Child Development Associate Teacher Permit at time of appointment. Failure to obtain relevant teaching permit upon receipt of conditional job offer will be grounds for removal.

    Must obtain Pediatric First Aid and CPR certifications within one year of employment and maintain throughout tenure of employment.
     
    OTHER REQUIREMENTS
    Depending on nature of assignment, candidates who receive offers of employment will be required to submit fingerprints, undergo a criminal record clearance, and have a physical examination including a TB screening.

    Proficiency in a foreign language may be required. 

Oakland, CA 94602 2019-12-10 View
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