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Infant Toddler Teacher @ Marysville E Center

I/T Teacher II or III  

APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 15, 2017 @ 11:59pm

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Infant Toddler Teacher 

SALARY:
 DOE (*based on education and experience)

Level II (Job Code: *1026 / $14.16/hour)

Level III (Job Code: *1034 / $16.26/hour)

LENGTH OF WORK YEAR: 40 hours per week; seasonal 10-11 months per year

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS: Bilingual (English/Spanish) Preferred

BENEFIT ELIGIBLE: E Center has competitive benefits which include

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision insurance
  • Employee contribution 403b with Agency matching (depending on funding)
  • Supplemental life insurance
  • 12 paid holidays annually
  • Competitive paid time off accrual rates

MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 
Level II:

  • Associate Degree or higher in Early Childhood Education or Child Development and
  • Minimum one year experience (minimum 3 hours/day for 50 days within 6 months period is equal to one year experience).
  • Must have a minimum of three additional units of Early Childhood Education course work with a “C” grade or better relating to infants and/or toddlers.

Level III:

  • Bachelors Degree or higher in ECE or Child Development
  • Minimum one year experience (minimum 3 hours/day for 50 days within 6 months period is equal to one year experience).
  • Must have a minimum of three additional units of Early Childhood Education course work with a “C” grade or better relating to infants and/or toddlers.

 

  • ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED:

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • 3 Professional References
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation
  • High school Diploma or GED

**IMMUNIZATIONS REQUIRED.

Must be current on the following immunizations per Senate Bill 792 in the State of California. Current proof of shots must be provided before hire.

  • Measles,
  • Pertussis, and
  • Influenza immunizations

***To be considered for employment, applicants are required to supply the documentation as specified in the job posting. Please check the requirements of each position carefully upon application.***

Marysville, CA 95901 2017-12-06 View
Preschool Teacher II or III @ Fairgrounds E Center

Preschool Teacher II or III

APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 15, 2017 @ 11:59pm

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Preschool Teacher 

SALARY:
 DOE (*based on education and experience)

Level II (Job Code: *1032 / $14.16/hour)

Level III (Job Code: *1033 / $16.26/hour)

LENGTH OF WORK YEAR: 35 hours per week; seasonal 9-10 months per year

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS: Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred

BENEFIT ELIGIBLE: E Center has competitive benefits which include

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision insurance
  • Employee contribution 403b with Agency matching (depending on funding)
  • Supplemental life insurance
  • 12 paid holidays annually
  • Competitive paid time off accrual rates

MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 
Level II:

  • Associate Degree or higher in Early Childhood Education or Child Development
  • One year experience (minimum 3 hours/day for 50 days within 6 months period is equal to one year experience.

Level III:

  • Bachelors Degree or higher in Early Childhood Education or Child Development
  • One year experience (minimum 3 hours/day for 50 days within 6 months period is equal to one year experience.

ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED:

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • (3) Professional References
  • (2) Letters of Recommendation
  • Transcript(s) clearly identifying required coursework

IMMUNIZATIONS REQUIRED

Must be current on the following immunizations per Senate Bill 792 in the State of California. Current proof of shots must be provided before hire.

  • Measles,
  • Pertussis, and
  • Influenza immunizations

***To be considered for employment, applicants are required to supply the required documentation as specified in the job posting. Please check the requirements of each position carefully upon application.***

Yuba City, CA 95993 2017-12-06 View
Preschool Teacher II E Center

 

Preschool Teacher II

APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 15th, 2017 @ 11:59pm

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Preschool Teacher II

SALARY:
 $14.02/hour

LENGTH OF WORK YEAR: 35 hours per week; seasonal 9-10 months per year

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS: Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred

BENEFIT ELIGIBLE: E Center has competitive benefits which include medical, dental, and vision insurance, employee contribution 403b with Agency matching (depending on funding), supplemental life insurance, 12 paid holidays annually, and competitive paid time off accrual rates.

MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 
Level II: Associate Degree or higher in Early Childhood Education or Child Development and minimum one year experience (minimum 3 hours/day for 50 days within 6 months period is equal to one year experience.

ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED:
Resume, Cover Letter, a minimum of three (3) Professional References, a minimum of two (2) Letters of Recommendation, Transcript(s) clearly identifying required coursework

**IMMUNIZATIONS REQUIRED. Must be current on Measles, Pertussis, and Influenza immunizations per Senate Bill 792 in the State of California. Current proof of shots must be provided before hire.

***To be considered for employment, applicants are required to supply the required documentation as specified in the job posting. Please check the requirements of each position carefully upon application.

 

 

Qualifications

Education

Required

Associates or better in Early Childhood Education.

 

Experience

Required

1 year: Experience in early childhood education

Yuba City, CA 95993 2017-12-06 View
Resource Teacher Wu Yee Children's Services
POSITION SUMMARY:
 
In collaboration with the Site Leader, Lead Teacher, Associate Teacher, and Center Assistant assists in developing an engaging environment that reflects the cultural values and diversity of the children and families served across the center-based programs. S/he provides consistent, responsive and respectful care to the children and is also responsible for the safety, care, and development of all of the children. The Resource Teacher supports the program in many different classrooms throughout any particular day based on the program’s needs.
 
 PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
 
  • Under the direction of the Site Leader, provide coverage and/or support for teaching staff in the planning and implementation of age and developmentally appropriate curriculum for children, including daily open-ended activities to expand their competencies across developmental domains and carry out primary responsibilities of that position
  • Is assigned by the Regional Manager to work at all four sites in the region; weekly schedule depends on the need for a Resource Teachers at the sites.
  • Maintain appropriate teacher-child ratios; ensuring visual supervision of children at all times
  • Contribute to a safe, healthy, nurturing, and culturally relevant classroom environment for all children and families
  • Understand and follow Wu Yee policies and procedures to ensure all activities are conducted in accordance with licensing requirements, Head Start performance standards, and California Department of Education regulations
  • Maintain regular and timely communication with program staff, including, but not limited to the Center Manager, Lead Teacher, and Family Advocates to facilitate effective program performance
  • Ensure documentation of all significant contacts with families and maintain up-to-date file records including attendance, emergency contact information, family contact, education data, and file log
  • While covering for primary teaching staff, accurately and promptly complete formal observations, ongoing screening, and assessments of children in your primary care according to the service area timeline, as needed
  • Encourage and promote families’ participation in center activities, field trips, special events, and the Parent Committee and Policy Council
  • Participate in the referral process for children with suspected disabilities, as needed 
  • Collaborate with program staff, the Family Advocate and Mental Health Consultant about concerns or issues related to a child’s development
  • Perform Daily Health Checks for children entering the center
  • Ensure children are signed in and out of the center appropriately
  • Conduct safety check in the park/playground to ensure the equipment and area is safe for children, prior to the commencement of outdoor activity
  • Model and teach children to appropriate health and hygiene practices, including tooth brushing, potty training, hand washing, etc.
  • Assist with the preparing the classroom for meals and nap time
  • Participate in food preparation for the center in accordance with program policies and procedures and state food safety requirements
  • Participate in family style eating with the children
  • Record meal counts accurately at the time of service, as needed
  • Follow established teaching staff health and safety procedures; including sanitizing classroom materials
  • Clean and sanitize dishes, pots, pans, and utensils daily according to Wu Yee policies and procedures
  • Provide coverage at other sites as needed
  • Adhere to an adjusted work schedule in order to meet needs of program/site
  • Engage in ongoing professional development activities, as required by the program
  • Other duties as assigned
 
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
 
  • 1 year of teaching experience with young children and diverse populations
  • Ability to communicate effectively with children, parents and other staff
  • Good communication, as well as maintaining an overall positive and professional attitude
  • Demonstrated competence in supporting families
  • Models good judgment, effective problem solving and priority setting skills
  • Able to bend and lift up to 50 pounds
 
EDUCATION REQUIRED:
 
  • A valid California Child Development Associate Teacher permit
San Francisco, CA 94124 2017-12-04 View
Preschool Associate Teacher Wu Yee Children's Services

POSITION SUMMARY:

 

The Associate Teacher assists in developing an engaging environment that reflects the cultural values and diversity of the children and families served. They provide consistent, responsive and respectful care to the children as a primary caregiver (teacher), and is also responsible for the safety, care, and supervision of all children in the classroom.

The Associate Teacher supports the Lead Teacher in development and implementation of lesson plans and classroom activities. They share information about child development and serves as a partner to involve all families in the classroom and center.

 

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

  • Under the direction of the Lead Teacher, assist in the planning and implementation of age and developmentally appropriate curriculum for children, including daily open-ended activities to expand their competencies across developmental domains
  • Maintain appropriate teacher-child ratios, ensuring visual supervision of children at all times
  • Contribute to a safe, healthy, nurturing, and culturally relevant classroom environment for all children and families
  • Understand and follow Wu Yee policies and procedures to ensure all activities are conducted in accordance with licensing requirements,  Head Start performance standards, and California Department of Education regulations
  • Maintain regular and timely communication with program staff, including, but not limited to the Center Manager, Lead Teacher, and Family Advocates to facilitate effective program performance
  • Ensure documentation of all significant contacts with families and maintain up-to-date file records including attendance, emergency contact information, family contact, education data, and file log
  • Accurately and promptly complete formal observations, ongoing screening, and assessments of children in your primary care according to the service area timeline
  • Develop and maintain portfolios that document the unique strengths, skills, and areas of growth for the children in your primary care on a regular basis
  • Maintain appropriate active supervision of children in your care at all times
  • Maintain ongoing, open communication with families and conduct parent-teacher conferences and home visits for children in your primary care
  • Encourage and promote families’ participation in center activities, field trips, special events, and the Parent Committee and Policy Council
  • Participate in the referral process for children with suspected disabilities, as needed 
  • Collaborate with program staff, the Family Advocate and Mental Health Consultant about concerns or issues related to a child’s development
  • Perform Daily Health Checks for children entering the center
  • Ensure children are signed in and out of the center daily
  • Conduct safety check in the park/playground to ensure the equipment and area is safe for children, prior to the commencement of outdoor activity
  • Model and teach children to appropriate health and hygiene practices, including tooth brushing, potty training, hand washing, etc.
  • Assist with the preparing the classroom for meals and nap time
  • Participate in food preparation for the center in accordance with program policies and procedures and state food safety requirements
  • Participate in family style eating with the children
  • Record meal counts accurately at the time of service
  • Follow established teaching staff health and safety procedures; including sanitizing classroom materials
  • Clean and sanitize dishes, pots, pans and utensils daily according to Wu Yee policies and procedures
  • Assume Lead Teacher responsibilities in the absence of the Lead Teacher
  • Adhere to an adjusted work schedule in order to meet needs of program
  • Engage in ongoing professional development activities, as required by the program
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Teachers will be assigned to work where needed and during their course of employment may need to work at other locations to meet program needs 

 

WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

 

•    A minimum of 1 year teaching experience with young children and diverse populations

•    Ability to communicate effectively with children, parents and other staff

•    Good communication, as well as maintaining an overall positive and professional attitude

•    Demonstrated competence in supporting families

•    Models good judgment, effective problem solving and priority setting skills

•    Occasional lifting up to 50 pounds

 

EDUCATION REQUIRED:

 

•    A valid California Child Development Associate Teacher permit

•    AA degree with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education or related field preferred

San Francisco, CA 94134 2017-12-04 View
Case Manager Community Child Care Council (4C Council)

Position Summary:

The Case Manager assists low income parents who work or attend school/training, in obtaining and arranging subsidized child care services and payment to their chosen child care provider.  The Case Manager functions as a family partner and provides supportive resources that will enable parents to achieve self-sufficiency with the goal to help families hope learn and succeed. An effective Case Manager will need to balance with technology, communication, problem solving, relationship building and coaching/educating parents and child care providers.

 

Example of Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Determine eligibility and need for services in accordance with      State Department of Education program requirements
  • Maintain family files, hard copy and electronic
  • Maintain communication with family & child care provider      regarding changes in need of family
  • Request, verify and process information/documentation prior to      authorizing child care payment
  • Maintain full confidentiality of      information of clients and administrative information
  • Provide community resources, information and support about child      development/education/parenting issue and may coordinate services with      appropriate agencies depending on need of the family
  • Engage parent in a positive relationship, supporting progress      toward family goals
  • Ability to relate positively and effectively with people of varied      academic, cultural and socio-economic background using tact, diplomacy and      courtesy with a professional demeanor
  • Works collaboratively with other departments in a professional and      timely manner
  • Ability to multitask and perform assigned work with speed and      accuracy
  • Enter data into database and maintain case notes
  • Work extended hours when required
  • Exercise good judgment and discretion in analyzing and problem      solving

 

  • Outstanding communication skills oral and written
  • Additional duties may be assigned as required

 

Education and/or Experience:

  • BA degree in Social Work, Child Development, or social service      related field
  • Prior paid professional experience working with parents and      families providing parent education or family support preferred
  • Ability to engage with others in a positive, friendly, energetic      and helping manner
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Ability to express empathy and caring in the context of      professional relationship
  • Great written and verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge and understanding of low income families
  • Computer literacy
  • Ability to coach/educate parent to make informed childcare      decisions in regards to the development of their children

 

License or Other Requirements:

  • Must possess a valid California driver license,      have access to an insured motor vehicle and clear driving record
  • Required to travel to Santa Clara County areas      and other off-site destinations
  • Must be willing to work beyond the usual work      week to accomplish the job

 

Language Skills:

  • English Proficiency
  • Bilingual English/Vietnamese or English/Spanish      is preferred

 

San Jose, CA 95134 2017-12-04 View
Floating Resource Teacher Wu Yee Children's Services
POSITION SUMMARY:
 
In collaboration with the Regional Manager, Site Leader, Lead Teacher, Associate Teacher, and Center Assistant, assists in developing an engaging environment that reflects the cultural values and diversity of the children and families served across the center-based programs.  S/he provides consistent, responsive and respectful care to the children and is also responsible for the safety, care, and development of all of the children.  The Floater supports the program in many different classrooms/sites throughout any particular day based on the program’s needs. 
 
 
 PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
 
  • Under the direction of the Site Leader, provide coverage and/or support for teaching staff in the planning and implementation of age and developmentally appropriate curriculum for children, including daily open-ended activities to expand their competencies across developmental domains and carry out primary responsibilities of that position
  • Is assigned by the Regional Manager to work at all four sites in the region; weekly schedule depends on the need for a Resource Teachers at the sites.
  • Maintain appropriate teacher-child ratios; ensuring visual supervision of children at all times
  • Contribute to a safe, healthy, nurturing, and culturally relevant classroom environment for all children and families
  • Understand and follow Wu Yee policies and procedures to ensure all activities are conducted in accordance with licensing requirements, Head Start performance standards, and California Department of Education regulations
  • Maintain regular and timely communication with program staff, including, but not limited to the Center Manager, Lead Teacher, and Family Advocates to facilitate effective program performance
  • Ensure documentation of all significant contacts with families and maintain up-to-date file records including attendance, emergency contact information, family contact, education data, and file log
  • While covering for primary teaching staff, accurately and promptly complete formal observations, ongoing screening, and assessments of children in your primary care according to the service area timeline, as needed
  • Encourage and promote families’ participation in center activities, field trips, special events, and the Parent Committee and Policy Council
  • Participate in the referral process for children with suspected disabilities, as needed 
  • Collaborate with program staff, the Family Advocate and Mental Health Consultant about concerns or issues related to a child’s development
  • Perform Daily Health Checks for children entering the center
  • Ensure children are signed in and out of the center appropriately
  • Conduct safety check in the park/playground to ensure the equipment and area is safe for children, prior to the commencement of outdoor activity
  • Model and teach children to appropriate health and hygiene practices, including tooth brushing, potty training, hand washing, etc.
  • Assist with the preparing the classroom for meals and nap time
  • Participate in food preparation for the center in accordance with program policies and procedures and state food safety requirements
  • Participate in family style eating with the children
  • Record meal counts accurately at the time of service, as needed
  • Follow established teaching staff health and safety procedures; including sanitizing classroom materials
  • Clean and sanitize dishes, pots, pans, and utensils daily according to Wu Yee policies and procedures
  • Provide coverage at other sites as needed
  • Adhere to an adjusted work schedule in order to meet needs of program/site
  • Engage in ongoing professional development activities, as required by the program
  • Other duties as assigned
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
 
  • 1 year of teaching experience with young children and diverse populations
  • Ability to communicate effectively with children, parents and other staff
  • Good communication, as well as maintaining an overall positive and professional attitude
  • Demonstrated competence in supporting families
  • Models good judgment, effective problem solving and priority setting skills
  • Able to bend and lift up to 50 pounds
 
EDUCATION REQUIRED:
 
  • A valid California Child Development Associate Teacher permit
San Francisco, CA 94124 2017-12-04 View
Center Based Option Program Specialist Community Child Care Council (4C Council)

Position Summary:

The Center Based Option Program Specialist provides project leadership and direction to staff in the Early Head Start program. The position provides support in the delivery of comprehensive services in the following areas: safety, health, nutrition, learning environments, social and emotional development, disabilities, and family support. These family support services are provided the within the State and Federal programs operated in partnership with 4C Council of Santa Clara County and San Juan Bautista Child Development Center.

 

Example of Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the duties of Family Advocates in      enrolling families, preparing Family Partnership Agreements, helping      families with attainable goal setting, and providing outside referrals and      resources to families, as needed
  • Responsible for entering all information into the      ChildPlus data system
  • Maintains the Educational and School Readiness      components for Early Head Start requirements
  • Administers the Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ),      and ASQ S/E screening tools on all EHS children with their families and/or      primary care teachers
  • Collects and submits data for the Desired Result      Developmental Profile (DRDP) on-going assessment system
  • Analyzes the outcome reports from the DRDP system
  • Assists in disseminating and collecting parent      surveys
  • Assists in the implementation of the Creative      Curriculum for Infants, Toddlers and Twos
  • Assists in environmental monitoring using the      Infant/Toddler Environment Rating Scale (ITERS)classroom      observation tool, and plans any environmental changes within the San Juan      Bautista staff, as needed
  • Generates referrals for children that staff and/or      parents may have concerns with
  • Attends any Individualized Family Service Plan      (IFSP) or Individualized Education Program (IEP) transitional meetings for      Early Head Start children
  • Assists in a transitioning plan when children are      30 months old
  • Assists with the health and safety of children,      and assists in creating safe environments
  • Assists the San Juan Bautista Child Development Center staff in recruiting      eligible families, as needed
  • Act as a liaison between 4C Council EHS and San      Juan Bautista EHS
  • Submits a weekly report to the EHS Program      Director
  • Meets      regularly with necessary staff to assure quality services
  • Attends      staff meetings, trainings, and professional development activities, as      appropriate
  • Communicates      in a respectful manner and cooperates with diverse families, various      professionals and community groups
  • Additional      duties may be assigned as required

 

Education and/or Experience:

  • BA Degree, or higher, in Child Development, Social Science, Psychology, Human Development, or related field
  • Minimum of three (3)  years of experience in Health, Nutrition, Mental Health, or Social Services      field
  • A Child Development Teacher Permit or higher from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, with Infant and Toddler course completed is recommended
  • Experience working with a Head Start or Early Head Start program is preferred
  • Knowledge of community resources and experience in providing family services is preferred
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point
  • Knowledge of office management and organization skills and techniques
  • Competent analytical and problem solving skills
  • Ability to multitask and perform assigned work with speed and accuracy
  • Outstanding oral and written communication skills

 

License or Other Requirements:

  • Must possess a valid California driver license, have access to an insured motor vehicle and clear driving record
  • Required to travel to Santa Clara County areas to facilitate assignments to center/classroom sites, meetings and other      off-site destinations
  • Must be able to travel, locally and nationally
  • Must be willing to work beyond the usual work week to accomplish the job
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Must have up to date physical and tuberculosis screening results

 

Language Skills:

English Proficiency is required. Bilingual Vietnamese or Spanish is preferred.

San Jose, CA 95134 2017-12-04 View
Family Advocate Community Child Care Council (4C Council)

Position Summary:

Family Advocate assists with enrollment, conducts family interview, and assesses family needs and strengths. This position establishes and maintains accurate service record for each family.  The family advocate interviews families to identify interest, concerns, services, strengths and refers families to community service providers. Family Advocates assist families with transition planning.

 

Example of Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop strength-based assessments with families that describe their goals, strengths, resources, and support networks, as well as necessary services and supports
  • Screen child for development, sensory, and behavioral concerns using appropriate assessment tools such as ASQ and ASQ-3
  • Refer families to appropriate community service provider for health, medical, dental, disability and mental health services and follow up on the effectiveness of referrals
  • Develop a family service plan which includes services being provided to the child and ensure follow up on needed services are obtained
  • Follow-up with the family on the progress toward meeting their goals and any needed revisions to the plan
  • Develop a medical and dental health care monitoring process which includes scheduling medical appointments and follow up support to parents
  • Identify with parent new or recurring health concerns and make appropriate referral
  • Identify nutritional needs of children
  • Document family and child information in EHS department data management system
  • Initiate transition planning for children and develop transition plan for children turning three in collaboration with parent and child development service provider
  • Conduct outreach, recruitment, and enrollment and provide orientation on philosophy of program and services provided
  • Coach, consult, educate, and utilize counseling skills, where appropriate to advocate for the family and support them in advocating for themselves
  • Provide and/or coordinate training and educational opportunities for parents such as engaging parents in volunteering, community service, and other ways of contributing to program activities and services
  • Apply knowledge of health, mental health, disabilities, and child development in order to ensure holistic service delivery
  • Perform record-keeping and internal and external reporting tasks in a timely and objective fashion
  • Attends meetings and trainings as assigned
  • Conducts home-visits as assigned
  • Ability to maintain agency code of ethics and standards of conducts
  • Must be comfortable working with diverse ethnic, racial, and religious backgrounds of the communities and must be able to effectively communicate with children and families of the community
  • Experience working with a Head Start or Early Head Start program preferred
  • Performs other duties as assigned by Supervisor

 

Education and/or Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in the Behavioral Sciences or Social Work and experience in social services, community relations, psychology, human development, social welfare or a closely related subject.
  • Two years’ experience working with families in the field of social work preferred.
  • Administrative skills are necessary to plan and monitor all aspects of Early Head Start Family Services component.
  • Coordination and planning skills are necessary to develop an effective relationship with the communities in 4C EHS’s service area.
  • On-going professional development through education, role modeling, mentoring, and training.

 

License or Other Requirements:

  • Must possess a valid California driver’s license, access to an insured motor vehicle, and possess a clear driving record.
  • Required to travel to Santa Clara County areas to facilitate assignments to center/classroom sites, meetings and other off-site destinations.
  • Must be able to travel, locally and nationally.
  • Must be willing to work beyond the usual work week to accomplish the job.
  • First Aid Certification
  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Must have up to date physical and tuberculosis screening results

 

Language Skills:

  • English proficiency is required. Bilingual Vietnamese or Spanish is preferred.
San Jose, CA 95134 2017-12-04 View
Family Advocate - Part-time Wu Yee Children's Services

POSITION SUMMARY:

 

The Family Advocate (FA) promotes family wellness and parent involvement in the Early Head Start/Head Start Programs while acting as a liaison between the classroom and home settings in the areas of health and family services. The FA learns and follows Early Head Start/Head Start Program Performance Standards, California Department of Education requirements, and all Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development policies and procedures.  The FA will maintain and manages a caseload of 35-45 families throughout a program year and assists in recruiting additional eligible families.

 

The FA assists the families with documents and in planning for the program options.  They collaborate to plan and implement all required screenings and evaluations of children; complete all documentation and follow-up services as required by Wu Yee and outlines clearly to parents the results of all screenings and evaluations and the need for additional follow-up services.

 

Conduct initial eligibility screening of families, including verification of income, ensuring all documentation obtained are accurate and complete, and begin the application/enrollment process and ensuring ongoing eligibility in the HeadStart and CDE Child Development Program.

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Learn and follow Early Head Start/Head Start Program Performance Standards, California Department of Education requirements (including eligibility criteria), and all Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development policies and procedures.
  • Maintain and manage a caseload of 30 – 43 families throughout a program year.
  • Document in Child Plus information obtained through family contacts, disability services, enrollment and health screenings as outlined in the Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development policies and procedures and the Integrated Services Area Plan.
  • Maintain confidentiality of all family information and records in accordance with the Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development Confidentiality Policy and Procedures.
  • Participate in ongoing professional development opportunities as available.
  • Assist the Center Manager in identifying and recruiting eligible families, including the recruitment of children with disabilities to ensure full enrollment at the center including scheduling site tours and orientation meetings, as well as assisting families with documentation and in planning for transition of children into, within, and out of the program options.
  • Work with families from the point of application and intake to the program and throughout their enrollment and determine family’s eligibility for child care programs using contract requirements.
  • Process applications on a timely basis and assign priority points according to pre-approved priority guidelines; verify that applications are complete and follow-up on incomplete applications. 
  • Conduct initial eligibility screening of families, including verification of income, ensuring all documentation obtained are accurate and complete, and begin the application/enrollment process and ensuring ongoing eligibility in the Head Start and CDE Child Development Program.
  • Create and maintain application folders for each applicant by ensuring that all relevant documents (including copies of all correspondence) are correct and immediately included in the file, that all conversations are documented in both the children’s file and on CP.net database system.
  • Support ERSEA, center manager, and teachers in educating parents regarding the Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development Attendance and Tardiness Policy.
  • Work in collaboration with families, center staff, center manager, content managers and external consultants to help identify all needs of assigned children and families, including special needs of children.
  • Establish links and working relationships with appropriate service providers and community agencies.
  • In partnership with classroom teachers, outline clearly to parents the results of all screenings and evaluations and the need for additional follow-up services, including immunizations, health, disability, and social services.
  • Follow Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development referral procedures as outlined in the policies and procedures and ensure the completion of all screening, documentation, and follow-up services as required in the Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development policies and procedures.
  • Communicate with teachers and center manager in a timely manner regarding children’s health concerns, and special family needs and services.
  • Work as a team with the center manager and teachers to plan and implement meaningful education and activities for families.  
  • Encourage assigned families to participate in family orientation, family committee meetings, Policy Council and other family activities.
  • Is responsible for assuring that all children and families are in a safe environment at all times in the program and is a mandated reporter of child abuse.
  • Work with center manager and teachers to plan home visits, parent-teacher conferences, case conferences, and multi-disciplinary meetings.
  • Assist families in developing Family Partnership Agreements based on strengths and needs throughout the program year.
  • Provide recommendations and referrals for relevant staff or community resources as needed.
  • Empower parents to develop and foster healthy self-concepts to assist them in fostering healthy self-concepts in their children and that they are their child’s first teacher.
  • Assist families during transition within Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development programs, as well as to other centers or community/public programs.
  • Perform other duties as needed.

 

WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

  • Bilingual in Cantonese/English preferred
  • One year experience working with children and family services  
  • Demonstrated competence in supporting families and identifying cultural needs
  • Skill in dealing with sensitive family situations in a non-threatening and professional manner
  • Demonstrated effective approach to collaboration with internal and external partners
  • Knowledge of early childhood education and intervention
  • Computer literacy and familiarity with MS Word, Excel, and Outlook, including knowledge of working with databases

 

EDUCATION REQUIRED:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Human Services, family services, counseling, or related field.  Without one of these related degrees, you will be required to complete a certification or credential, in one of the above fields within 18 months of hire.
San Francisco, CA 94133 2017-12-04 View
ERSEA Coordinator Wu Yee Children's Services

POSITION SUMMARY:

 

To support, maintain, monitor, and enhance the following central administrative functions for the program: eligibility, recruitment, selection, enrollment, and attendance (ERSEA), record-keeping and reporting, and monitoring in order to ensure that all CDE and Head Start performance standards and regulations are fulfilled. 

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

 

  • Assist to maintain, and manage systems to track eligibility, recruitment, selection, enrollment and attendance of children to comply with federal, state, and city program regulations.
  • Support the coordination, recruitment and enrollment efforts for the program in receiving city, state and federal funds
  • Monitor and maintain current knowledge base regarding ERSEA regulations, CDD contract requirements, maintain document files regarding new or changed regulations, and communicate changes to enrollment and other appropriate staff.
  • Support the manager to ensure timely enrollment of families for subsidized childcare programs; and monitor all enrollment activity to ensure conformity with all legal, regulatory requirements and best practices.
  • Support the manager to maintain an updated record-keeping system to collect documentation for state and federal contract monitoring purposes.
  • Review and approve all CDE and Head Start applications
  • Participate in recruitment outreach events such as community fairs, health fairs, internal and external meetings, and other community and school-based events to lead program recruitment efforts
  • Creates and provides trainings and technical assistance to staff to ensure that they have the knowledge to fully implement high quality enrollment practices and recertification of documents.
  • Work closely with Family Advocates, Family Child Care specialist, and Home Visitors to identify and fill enrollment gaps at sites or programs throughout the program year when vacancies occur
  • Assist staff and families on issues concerning certification and recertification – gathering appropriate income verification and ensuring ongoing eligibility in Child Development Program
  • Monitors and conducts file reviews
  • Monitor the application process so that staff and families are fully informed of program services and options and that all documentation needed to enroll are complete and accurate.
  • Identify barriers to meeting performance standards requirements and develop appropriate solutions.
  • Evaluate program data to determine accuracy and efficacy of programs, needs, and trends.
  • Enhance systems that support program needs and functions, including the development of policies, procedures, forms, outreach material and other documents as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned. 

 

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

 

  • Bilingual fluency in Chinese/English or Spanish/English must be able to read and write fluency
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Detail oriented, analytical, ability to multi-task
  • Proactive, action-oriented with strong time management skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse groups of families
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite, strong excel and database experience
  • Self-motivated and able to work both independently and in a team setting
  • Ability to work some weekends and evenings
  • Occasional lifting up to 50 pounds 

EDUCATION REQUIRED:

  

  • Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Social Services, Child Development or Business Administration.
  • Early Childhood Education units a plus, not required
  • Experience working in non-profit environment a plus 
San Francisco, CA 94108 2017-12-04 View
Family Advocate Wu Yee Children's Services

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Family Advocate (FA) promotes family wellness and parent involvement in the Early Head Start/Head Start Programs while acting as a liaison between the classroom and home settings in the areas of health and family services. The FA learns and follows Early Head Start/Head Start Program Performance Standards, California Department of Education requirements, and all Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development policies and procedures.  The FA will maintain and manages a caseload of 35-45 families throughout a program year and assists in recruiting additional eligible families.

 

The FA assists the families with documents and in planning for the program options.  They collaborate to plan and implement all required screenings and evaluations of children; complete all documentation and follow-up services as required by Wu Yee, and outlines clearly to parents the results of all screenings and evaluations and the need for additional follow-up services.

 

Conduct initial eligibility screening of families, including verification of income, ensuring all documentation obtained are accurate and complete, and begin the application/enrollment process and ensuring ongoing eligibility in the Head Start and CDE Child Development Program.

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Learn and follow Early Head Start/Head Start Program Performance Standards, California Department of Education requirements (including eligibility criteria), and all Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development policies and procedures.
  • Maintain and manage a caseload of 30 – 43 families throughout a program year.
  • Document in Child Plus information obtained through family contacts, disability services, enrollment and health screenings as outlined in the Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development policies and procedures and the Integrated Services Area Plan.
  • Maintain confidentiality of all family information and records in accordance with the Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development Confidentiality Policy and Procedures.
  • Participate in ongoing professional development opportunities as available.
  • Assist the Center Manager in identifying and recruiting eligible families, including the recruitment of children with disabilities to ensure full enrollment at the center including scheduling site tours and orientation meetings, as well as assisting families with documentation and in planning for transition of children into, within, and out of the program options.
  • Work with families from the point of application and intake to the program and throughout their enrollment and determine family’s eligibility for child care programs using contract requirements.
  • Process applications on a timely basis and assign priority points according to pre-approved priority guidelines; verify that applications are complete and follow-up on incomplete applications. 
  • Conduct initial eligibility screening of families, including verification of income, ensuring all documentation obtained are accurate and complete, and begin the application/enrollment process and ensuring ongoing eligibility in the Head Start and CDE Child Development Program.
  • Create and maintain application folders for each applicant by ensuring that all relevant documents (including copies of all correspondence) are correct and immediately included in the file, that all conversations are documented in both the children’s file and on CP.net database system.
  • Support ERSEA, center manager, and teachers in educating parents regarding the Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development Attendance and Tardiness Policy.
  • Work in collaboration with families, center staff, center manager, content managers and external consultants to help identify all needs of assigned children and families, including special needs of children.
  • Establish links and working relationships with appropriate service providers and community agencies.
  • In partnership with classroom teachers, outline clearly to parents the results of all screenings and evaluations and the need for additional follow-up services, including immunizations, health, disability, and social services.
  • Follow Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development referral procedures as outlined in  the policies and procedures and ensure the completion of all screening, documentation, and follow-up services as required in the Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development policies and procedures.
  • Communicate with teachers and center manager in a timely manner regarding children’s health concerns, and special family needs and services.
  • Work as a team with the center manager and teachers to plan and implement meaningful education and activities for families.  
  • Encourage assigned families to participate in family orientation, family committee meetings, Policy Council and other family activities.
  • Is responsible for assuring that all children and families are in a safe environment at all times in the program and is a mandated reporter of child abuse.
  • Work with center manager and teachers to plan home visits, parent-teacher conferences, case conferences, and multi-disciplinary meetings.
  • Assist families in developing Family Partnership Agreements based on strengths and needs throughout the program year.
  • Provide recommendations and referrals for relevant staff or community resources as needed.
  • Empower parents to develop and foster healthy self-concepts to assist them in fostering healthy self-concepts in their children and that they are their child’s first teacher.
  • Assist families during transition within Wu Yee Children’s Services Child Development programs, as well as to other centers or community/public programs.
  • Perform other duties as needed.

 

WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

  • Bilingual in Spanish/English required
  • One year experience working with children and family services  
  • Demonstrated competence in supporting families and identifying cultural needs
  • Skill in dealing with sensitive family situations in a non-threatening and professional manner
  • Demonstrated effective approach to collaboration with internal and external partners
  • Knowledge of early childhood education and intervention
  • Computer literacy and familiarity with MS Word, Excel, and Outlook, including knowledge of working with databases

 

EDUCATION REQUIRED:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Human Services, family services, counseling, or related field.  Without one of these related degrees, you will be required to complete a certification or credential, in one of the above fields within 18 months of hire.
San Francisco, CA 94115 2017-12-04 View
Social Services & Eligibility Coordinator The Unity Council

Responsibilities

  • Supervise a team of Family Advocates in the related program components for Head Start;
  • Schedule and conduct regular case conferences and attend regular staff meetings;
  • Help maintain and distribute case load in absence of family advocates;
  • Oversee and review the case management work to ensure: meetings with families are identifying family strengths to help in meeting those needs, and providing resource and referrals to meet comprehensive family services in accordance with the Family Needs Assessment and Individualized Family Partnership Agreement and the appropriate follow-up is made by the Family Advocates;
  • Oversee contact documentation on all families through S.O.A.P. charting;
  • Assist with the Enrollment/In-take Process for Head Start  and State applications;
  • Oversee and conduct Family Needs Assessments and help families in developing an Individualized Family Partnership Agreement, including appropriate follow-up;
  • Coordinate with child care partners to ensure compliance in eligibility process;
  • Coordinate and track the provision of Mental Health Services;
  • Help maintain and distribute case load in absence of advocate;
  • Partner with Site Directors, Education and Disabilities Coordinator, Health and Nutrition Coordinator;
  • Work in interdisciplinary/cross service area team to meet the needs of children with metal health conditions;
  • Maintain compliance with state, federal, and local health regulations ;
  • Attend regular HS and EHS meetings ;
  • Prepare monthly, periodic and annual reports;
  • Attend professional conferences as necessary;
  • Serve as an advocate for families when it is difficult to access or obtain mental health services;
  • Plan and coordinate social service activities and services;
  • Review and evaluate the case management services;
  • Maintain compliance in ERSEA;
  • Oversee Head Start and CSPP/CCTR application process and monitoring
  • Provide reflective supervision and training to family advocates;
  • Attend bi-weekly management meetings;
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications

 

  • BA/BS degree or higher degree in Sociology, Psychology, Social welfare or related field;
  • Two or more years of experience working with children and families in a child development/child care, health or social services setting, including supervisory experience. Strongly prefer experience in a multi-site program and knowledge of child care practices and licensing regulations;
  • Knowledge of relevant family community resources;
  •  Ability to understand and use a variety of computer applications and appropriate software, spreadsheets and word processing, such as Microsoft Office and workplace electronic technology, including internet access, networking, and e-mail.
  • Bilingual Spanish /English;
  • Possession of a valid California drivers' license; current personal vehicle insurance, or safe driving record sufficient to ensure insurability through Agency policy;
  • The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus. Physical ability to sit with children on their level, lift infants, toddlers, and occasionally preschoolers. Commitment to utilize safe lifting techniques for lifting children, supplies and furnishings;

 

Benefits

13 Paid Holidays and 5 Paid Personal Days10 days of vacation (increases at 5 years) and 7 paid Illness Days

Comprehensive Kaiser Health Plan with optional Vision and Dental 403(b) Retirement Plan

Reimbursement for Community College Tuition and Textbooks for Child Development Degrees and Financial Assistance for Associates or Bachelors Programs

Opportunities to Attend Specialized Training and Workshops

A Strong Commitment to Internal Advancement

An Opportunity to be Part of an Organization that Provides a Wide Array of Services, Advocacy, and Events to Build a Vibrant and Healthy Community

Concord, CA 94520 2017-12-01 View
Maintenance Technician Foundation for Early Childhood Education, Inc.

PROGRAM SUMMARY

Foundation for Early Childhood Education, Inc. (Foundation) is a comprehensive early childhood education program with a focus on child development that includes a child’s cognitive, physical and social emotional growth and development.

The program fosters Family Engagement in all areas of a child’s development and provides comprehensive resources to low income families in the areas of health, nutrition and community resources.

SUMMARY OF DUTIES

Under general supervision perform and coordinate a variety of skilled and semi-skilled mechanical, plumbing, electrical, painting, lock smith, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and roofing tasks and projects related to building and facilities maintenance functions.

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS

Education: High School diploma or G.E.D. equivalent is required.  Successful completion of specific vocational training in trades related to the position assignment highly desirable.

Experience:  Three years of experience performing a variety of journey-level skilled trades involving carpentry, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, locksmith, painting, and related general maintenance duties.

Skills: The ability to perform a variety of maintenance skills associated with ensuring that facilities are maintained in good order.

Foundation for Early Childhood Education, Inc.

Job Announcement for Maintenance Technician

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Prior to hire, the following must be assured:

Eligibility to Work:              

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

Medical Examination:         

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

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

Other Special Requirement:

  • Must have the use of an automobile with adequate insurance coverage and a valid California driver’s license, or have available transportation.
  • *Failure to meet medical standards and/or criminal record clearance may result in withdrawal of job appointment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

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

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

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

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

  1. Employment Application – with original signature
  2. Cover letter
  3. Letters of Recommendation
  4. And any other pertinent documentation as deemed necessary
El Monte and Multiple Site Locations in Los Angeles County, CA 91731 2017-12-01 View
Human Resources Officer I Foundation for Early Childhood Education, Inc.

PROGRAM SUMMARY:

Foundation for Early Childhood Education, Inc. (Foundation) is a comprehensive early childhood education program with a focus on child development that includes a child’s cognitive, physical and social emotional growth and development. Foundation for ECE operates Head Start and State Preschool classroom in Los Angeles County.

Our program fosters Family Engagement in all areas of a child’s development and provides comprehensive resources to low income families in the areas of health, nutrition and community resources.

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:

Oversees human resources projects and programs related to employment, classification, compensation, benefits, performance appraisal, training and development, personnel research, employee relations, labor relations, EEO compliance and personnel policies and procedures.  Manages the work of administrative support staff.  Coaches and counsels department managers regarding personnel policies.  Negotiates, develops, and/or interprets labor contracts, human resources policies and procedures, and Personnel Employees Handbook.  Negotiates benefits plans and rate increases with brokers and insurance providers.  Coordinates staff and management training based on employee development needs.

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS

Education:

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

Experience:

  • Minimum of five years’ experience of professional, supervisory, and management experience associated with educational, social services, and family development programs that are related to Head Start and Early Head Start services

Knowledge and Skills:

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

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

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Prior to hire, the following must be secured:

  • Eligibility to Work: All potential employees will be asked to present supporting documents establishing proof of identity and employment eligibility upon completing the I-9 form.
  • Medical Examination: Must submit a medical examination demonstrating capability to perform type of work required; must submit a tuberculin skin test or chest x-ray, and proof of the following immunizations; Influenza, Pertussis TDAP (Whooping Cough), and Measles (MMR).
  • Fingerprint Clearances: All potential employees will be subject to obtain fingerprint clearances from the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the Child Abuse Index prior to starting work. *
  • Other Special Requirement: Must have the use of an automobile with adequate insurance coverage and a valid California driver’s license, or have available transportation.
  • *Failure to meet medical standards and/or criminal record clearance may result in withdrawal of job appointment.

V.         PHYSICAL DEMANDS

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

VI.       APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Applicants must complete Foundation for Early Childhood Education employment application.

Resumes are not accepted in lieu of application materials.

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

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

  1. Employment Application – with original signature
  2. Cover letter
  3. Resume
  4. Copy(ies) of Degrees
  5. Copy(ies) of Transcripts
  6. Letters of Recommendation
  7. And any other pertinent documentation as deemed necessary
El Monte, CA 91731 2017-12-01 View
Teacher Assistant - (General Child Care) Volunteers of America, Los Angeles

Responsibilities:

The Teacher Assistant assists teaching staff in instructing children and stimulating learning.  This position assists in planning individual and group activities to stimulate learning according to the ages of the children. The Teacher Assistant performs the following:

  •  Provide children with an environment that includes varied activities to help children develop socially, emotionally, intellectually and physically in manner appropriate to their age and stage of development, with the overall goal being to achieve social competence for the child
  • Helps integrate various HS services into the learning, such as parent involvement, social services, nutrition, health and mental health services
  • Help provide a physical environment consistent with state and local licensing requirements and the health and safety needs of the children
  • Helps provide a planned program of activities, which supports and enhances the role of parents as the prime educators of the children
  • Helps provide a learning environment that reflects the varied cultural and ethnic backgrounds of the children in the program and in the larger communities and societies in which they live
  • Other duties as assigned.
North Hollywood, CA 91606 2017-12-01 View
Teacher Assistant - (HS South LA) Volunteers of America, Los Angeles

Monday through Friday, 7:45 am to 4:15 pm (10-1/2 months per year).

 

Responsibilities:

The Head Start Teacher Assistant assists teaching staff in instructing children and stimulating learning.  This position assists in planning individual and group activities to stimulate learning according to the ages of the children. The Teacher Assistant performs the following:

  • Provides children with an environment that includes varied age-appropriate activities with the goal of achieving social competence for each child
  • Implements the program curriculum for children enrolled in morning and afternoon classes (double session).
  • Plans individual and group activities to stimulate learning as well as supports and enhances the role of parents as prime educators of their children
  • Conducts daily classroom planning and maintains children's records; submits accurate monthly paperwork and reports on a timely basis
  • Observes, screens and assesses each child's developmental level and develops goals that relate to the child's individual development
  • Integrates various Early Head Start services into learning such as parent involvement, social services, nutrition, health and mental health services
  • Provides a physical environment consistent with state and local licensing requirements as well as the health and safety of the children
  • Provides a learning environment that reflects the varied cultural and ethnic backgrounds of the children in the program and in the larger communities in which they live.
South Los Angeles, CA 90061 2017-12-01 View
Teacher Assistant - (HS - Central Los Angeles) Volunteers of America, Los Angeles

Monday through Friday, 7:45 am to 4:15 pm (10-1/2 months per year).

 

Responsibilities:

The Head Start Teacher Assistant assists teaching staff in instructing children and stimulating learning.  This position assists in planning individual and group activities to stimulate learning according to the ages of the children. The Teacher Assistant performs the following:

  • Provides children with an environment that includes varied age-appropriate activities with the goal of achieving social competence for each child
  • Implements the program curriculum for children enrolled in morning and afternoon classes (double session).
  • Plans individual and group activities to stimulate learning as well as supports and enhances the role of parents as prime educators of their children
  • Conducts daily classroom planning and maintains children's records; submits accurate monthly paperwork and reports on a timely basis
  • Observes, screens and assesses each child's developmental level and develops goals that relate to the child's individual development
  • Integrates various Early Head Start services into learning such as parent involvement, social services, nutrition, health and mental health services
  • Provides a physical environment consistent with state and local licensing requirements as well as the health and safety of the children
  • Provides a learning environment that reflects the varied cultural and ethnic backgrounds of the children in the program and in the larger communities in which they live.
Central Los Angeles, CA 90023 2017-12-01 View
Teacher Assistant - (HS - West LA) Volunteers of America, Los Angeles

Monday through Friday, 9:15 am to 5:45 pm (10-1/2 months per year).

 

Responsibilities:

The Head Start Teacher Assistant assists teaching staff in instructing children and stimulating learning.  This position assists in planning individual and group activities to stimulate learning according to the ages of the children. The Teacher Assistant performs the following:

  • Provides children with an environment that includes varied age-appropriate activities with the goal of achieving social competence for each child
  • Implements the program curriculum for children enrolled in morning and afternoon classes (double session).
  • Plans individual and group activities to stimulate learning as well as supports and enhances the role of parents as prime educators of their children
  • Conducts daily classroom planning and maintains children's records; submits accurate monthly paperwork and reports on a timely basis
  • Observes, screens and assesses each child's developmental level and develops goals that relate to the child's individual development
  • Integrates various Early Head Start services into learning such as parent involvement, social services, nutrition, health and mental health services
  • Provides a physical environment consistent with state and local licensing requirements as well as the health and safety of the children
  • Provides a learning environment that reflects the varied cultural and ethnic backgrounds of the children in the program and in the larger communities in which they live.
West Los Angeles, CA 90011 2017-12-01 View
Teacher Assistant - (HS - South Bay) 9:15am - 5:45pm Volunteers of America, Los Angeles

Monday through Friday, 9:15 am to 5:45 pm (10-1/2 months per year).

 

Responsibilities:

The Head Start Teacher Assistant assists teaching staff in instructing children and stimulating learning.  This position assists in planning individual and group activities to stimulate learning according to the ages of the children. The Teacher Assistant performs the following:

  • Provides children with an environment that includes varied age-appropriate activities with the goal of achieving social competence for each child
  • Implements the program curriculum for children enrolled in morning and afternoon classes (double session).
  • Plans individual and group activities to stimulate learning as well as supports and enhances the role of parents as prime educators of their children
  • Conducts daily classroom planning and maintains children's records; submits accurate monthly paperwork and reports on a timely basis
  • Observes, screens and assesses each child's developmental level and develops goals that relate to the child's individual development
  • Integrates various Early Head Start services into learning such as parent involvement, social services, nutrition, health and mental health services
  • Provides a physical environment consistent with state and local licensing requirements as well as the health and safety of the children
  • Provides a learning environment that reflects the varied cultural and ethnic backgrounds of the children in the program and in the larger communities in which they live
South Los Angeles, CA 90061 2017-12-01 View
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