Job Title Agency Job Description Job Location Posted on Actions
Family Service Specialist Options for Learning

Work with 3 & 4 year old children in a half-day/school year Head Start program using High/Scope Curriculum.  Head Start offers comprehensive early childhood education, health, nutrition services to foster stable family relationships, enhance children's physical and emotional well-being, and develop strong cognitive skills.  Extensive parent participation and support services are also provided.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Twelve semester units in social work, psychology, sociology or related field, with a passing grade of “C” or better.
  • Ability to transport parents when needed.
  • Ability to advocate for parents with federal, state and private agencies to obtain services.
  • A California Drivers License, daily use of automobile and automobile liability insurance.
  • Ability to correctly and effectively communicate in written and oral English.

 

Altadena, CA 91001 2017-08-15 View
Head Start Manager City of Oakland, Human Services Department, Head Start Program

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY IN THE CITY OF OAKLAND

The City of Oakland’s Head Start Manager position is a well-positioned opportunity for a creative, visionary leader and systems thinker who is passionate about childhood development and the welfare of families to have a direct impact on the community of Oakland.

THE POSITION

The Head Start Manager reports to the Director of Human Services, leads a team of 6 direct reports and is responsible for the direction, management and implementation of the Head Start/Early Head Start Birth to 5 years program. The Manager continuously monitors the progress on meeting child outcomes and school readiness goals with the deliberate intent of meeting or exceeding the national average for child outcomes. The position oversees a department budget of $20 million and staff of 100.

The ideal candidate will possess:

• Experience as a program administrator with strong business, staff management and problem solving skills with a track record of creating a culture of collaboration, high performance, service excellence and accountability;

• Deep understanding and knowledge of systematically collecting, analyzing and using data, including the New Performance Standards, to drive program/business decisions that help improve the outcomes of children, teaching and learning, parent and family engagement and policy, programs and practices;

• Strong budget management background and knowledge; successful experience in managing blended funding including federal and state child development programs, general funds, state food programs, grants. Experience with grant writing and implementation as well as working with foundations to secure alternative funding sources;

• Attentive to the professional improvement and development of instructional, support and auxiliary staff and implements on-going professional development and training programs that build on prior knowledge and connect with current research-based strategies and theories, New Performance Standards and Federal and State compliance;

• Passion for working through a racial and cultural equity lens and experience working within a diverse community, developing, cultivating and enhancing partnerships and community engagement; skills in crisis management, and working comprehensively, collaboratively and resourcefully to address issues effectively;

• Knowledge of Head Start/Early Head Start philosophy, goals, principles, objectives, requirements; infant and toddler developmental stages and nurturing; and family dynamics, advocacy and intervention concepts;

• Understanding of Kindergarten Readiness and the transition process and procedures to full day programs at the elementary school;

• Ability to interpret and implement legislative and state policies and guidelines, direct studies and work standards and internal controls and prepare reports related to Human Services Head Start/Early Start Division.

 

 KEY ATTRIBUTES

• Excellent interpersonal skills; leads with integrity; relationship builder who collaborates, cultivates and engages with program/community partners, parents and the community at large;

• Ability to communicate effectively with external stakeholders and recommend necessary changes;

• Excellent communication and presentation skills; ability to communicate, both oral and written, to individuals with diverse backgrounds;

• Attentive to issues in a proactive manner; manages change; builds team unity displays sound judgment; has good listening skills, and is transparent and fair;

• Creative, visionary and systemic thinking skills with the ability to take programs to the next level of implementation with the City, Oakland School District, County and State Office of Education and Social Services, and federal Department of Health and Human Services.

• Politically astute and aware.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

The following qualifications are guidelines, as the appointing authority has broad discretion in filling exempt positions.

Education:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in public or business administration, human services, education, health services, sociology, psychology or closely related field. Master’s degree in a re­lated field is desirable.

Experience:

Five (5) years of responsible supervisory or managerial experience in human services program administration.

APPLICATION PROCESS

To be considered, please submit your resume and cover letter with current salary information, electronically to oak.headstart@thehawkinscompany.com by September 1, 2017. Resumes received by September 1, 2017 will receive first consideration. The position is open until filled.

 

For additional information or questions, please contact Bill Hawkins at 310-348-8800 bill@thehawkinscompany.com  or Dr. Pamela Powell-Short at 626-216-9786 pspowell628@yahoo.com.

 

Oakland, CA 94612 2017-08-03 View
Part-Time Mental Health Specialist (multi-site) Para Los Niños

Definition:

Under the guidance of the Mental Health Coordinator, the Mental Health Specialist is responsible for key Head Start Mental Health roles and responsibilities such as (but not limited to): clinical assessments, home-based observations, classroom observations, and supporting classroom teachers. In addition, the Mental Health Specialist will assume responsibility for supporting Head Start with any other related activities with regard to Head Start Performance Standards, the LACOE GIMS, and Para Los Niños’ Head Start Mental Health Policies and Procedures.

Duties:

  • Completes all activities and paperwork associated with LACOE required Mental Health assessments, home visits, parent/teacher conferences, and classroom observations.
  • Provides on-going support to Head Start teachers with regard to supporting the mental health and emotional well-being of Head Start children.
  • When appropriate, participates as a member of all Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings as required by LACOE GIMs and Para Los Niño’s Policies and Procedures.
  • Follows state laws regarding the delivery of mental health services and confidentiality.
  • Maintains client files to level of requirements mandated in Head Start Performance Standards, the LACOE GIMs, and PLN’s policies and procedures.
  • Meets all agreed upon deadlines.
  • Must be able to produce documentation in Standard English which is legible and coherent.
  • Must be adept at the use of computer software programs (MS Outlook/Word/Excel).
  • Must communicate effectively with entities outside of the PLN Head Start program, as legally mandated (i.e., child protective services, probation, courts, Department of Mental Health, etc.).
  • Coordinates care for children and maintains positive working collaborative relationships with program staff.
  • Conducts monthly observations in Head Start Classrooms.
  • Enters information into the ChildPlus data system.
  • Performs other job related duties as directed by Mental Health Coordinator and/or Head Start Director/Associate Director.

Qualifications

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS:

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to perform the job successfully.

Education/Experience

  • MSW, MFT or MA in related field, Ph.D. or Psy.D.
  • At least four years or more of experience working with low-income children (ages birth to 5) and families.

Special Skills/Knowledge/Abilities

  • Have knowledge of evaluation of risk for suicidal and homicidal ideation, imminent danger and knows appropriate intervention.
  • Have skills in providing counseling and therapy to clients experiencing emotional distress and crisis.
  • Knowledge of child abuse/crisis intervention techniques.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Bilingual (E/S) required.
  • License required.
  • Experience with children birth to 5 years and their families
  • Experience working in school/Head Start settings
  • Knowledge of ChildPlus is a benefit

Special Requirements

  • Must have a reliable automobile for use on the job (mileage to be reimbursed).
  • Valid California Driver License. State required automobile insurance coverage.
  • DOJ clearance
  • TB clearance, to be renewed every two years.
  • Verification of Immunizations required by the California Department of Health

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

To perform this job the individual must be able to carry out all essential functions satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

Must be able to talk and hear well. Good vision is imperative. Occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Employee will be required to lift and/or move unassisted up to twenty-five pounds.

It is the established policy of Para Los Niños (PLN) to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all qualified applicants and employees without discrimination with regard to race, religious belief (including dress or grooming practices), color, sex, sex stereotype, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions (including breast feeding), age, national origin (including possessing a driver’s license issued under Vehicle Code § 12801.9), ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identification and expression, transgender status, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic characteristics, genetic information, family care, marital status, enrollment in any public assistance program, status as military, a veteran or qualified disabled veteran, status as an unpaid intern or volunteer, or any other classification protected by law. PLN also prohibits discrimination based on the perception that anyone has any of those characteristics, or is associated with a person who has or is perceived as having any of those characteristics.

Para Los Niños is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

Los Angeles, CA 90027 2017-08-03 View
Disabilities Manager Community Action Marin/ Marin Head Start

Job Title:    Disabilities Manager     

Reports to:   Head Start Program Director

Job Status: 20 Hrs – per week / Salaried / Partial Benefits

Job Summary:  Under the supervision of the Head Start Director, is responsible for directing and coordinating services for children with disabilities in accordance with Marin Head Start Policies and Procedures, ensures that all Head Start Performance Standards with regard to disability services are met.  Responsible for the supervision of program staff as assigned.

 

Primary Responsibilities

Administration and Management

  • Assist in  the development and implementation of goals, policies, and activities designed to implement the agency’s mission, objectives, and performance  standards.
  • Participate  in the annual community needs assessment and update the Work Plan with the  Policy Council, staff, and appropriate consultants.
  • Complete local educational agencies (LEAs) paperwork prior to specialist working in our classrooms.
  • Develop and  update policies and procedures for disabilities services.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Coordination of Services

  • Participate in case conferences, family/student and classroom success team meetings when disability or suspected disability is involved or when requested.
  • Act as an advocate and attend community meetings for child and family issues on behalf of Marin Head Start especially those involving children with disabilities.
  • Coordinate the intake and transition of children with disabilities in cooperation  with Marin Head Start’s ERSEA Manager, other Managers, and agencies such  as Golden Gate Regional Center (GGRC) and the Marin County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA).
  • Coordinate  the provision of services to children with disabilities with the appropriate agency.
  • Coordinate the logistics of the co-enrolled classrooms with the cooperation of the teaching staff, Supervisors, and other Managers.
  • Work with GGRC and LEAs to ensure timely assessment of children with suspected disabilities.
  • Serve as a resource to program staff regarding serving children with disabilities or  suspected disabilities.
  • Meet regularly with the Director as a member of the management team to ensure that special services are delivered in an effective and efficient manner.
  • Maintain Interagency Agreements as necessary to provide quality services to Marin Head Start children and families.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Evaluation and Monitoring

  • Participate as a member of the management team in the development of the program’s  training calendar to assure that staff development includes disability services are included and completed in a timely, organized manner.
  • Prepare reports on a monthly basis for the Director, Policy Council, and CAM Board to track the activities and outcomes of disability services.
  • Monitor the preparation and maintenance of the disability records completed at the center and home base level to ensure      they are complete and accurate.
  • Oversee the monitoring  of progress on children’s Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) / Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals and curriculum individualization to address these goals.
  • Monitor referrals and assessments for children with suspected disabilities.
  • Participate in annual evaluation of disability services and/or the coordination between service areas to fulfill the program’s mission and  goals.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Staff Development

  • Orient new staff to agency policies and procedures for disabilities services.
  • Provide on-going support and information to staff with regard to working with children with disabilities including in-classroom training and support.
  • Support  staff in the co-enrolled classrooms to effectively plan and implement  curriculum with the special education specialist.
  • Model an  attitude that values lifelong learning.

Provision/Assurance of Services

  • Maintain accurate and updated records for all children in the program referred for or are receiving disability services.
  • Provide regular updates of children referred to LEAs and GGRC to the Health and Education Managers.
  • Assist with  the observation of children as requested by staff and help determine  necessary referrals.
  • Ensure that teachers, home visitors and, in some situations, family advocates understand and follow procedures for referral of children with suspected disabilities.
  • Prepare, send, and track referrals for assessment for special education services.
  • Visit centers regularly to observe children. Also meet with teachers / home visitors regarding children for whom they have concerns, identified or not.
  • Attend and  participate in IFSP/IEP meetings when invited. Assure that agencies know to include Marin Head Start Disabilities Manager and classroom staff.
  • In coordination with the Education Manager, provide in-classroom support and training to staff so that they can implement individualized curriculum (monitoring review of assessment and lesson plans) that address a child’s IFSP/IEP goals within the classroom or home base.
  • Establish relationships with the parents in the program. Work with staff to help parents understand their responsibilities in participating in the special  education process.
  • Be available to consult with parents to share information about child development, classroom operations, special needs services, and other topics of concern to parents as they relate to their child with a disability or suspected disability.
  • Support  transition planning into, out of Early Head Start and Head Start, and through the special education transition process at the age of three and at the entrance to kindergarten. Ensure that parents have the information they need to help their child with the changes.
  • Work in  close collaboration with appropriate supervisors, managers, and consultants to support staff in their work with children with challenging behaviors.
  • Work in  close collaboration with the Health Manager to address any special health care needs or plans as a result or related to a child’s disability.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities   

  • Responsible for coordinating and supporting the work of the on-site special education personnel provided by an agency or LEA. Verify monthly Community In-Kind sheets.
  • Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws when assigned
  • Perform other  duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • At a minimum, a baccalaureate degree is required, preferably in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Human Development, or Sociology.
  • A Special Education background and knowledge of special education law is required.
  • At least two years’ experience working in programs with young children in groups.
  • At least two years management experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Have had experience working with parents.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Bi-lingual - English/Spanish desirable.
  • Fingerprint clearance to work with young children.
  • Successfully complete an employment physical and provide proof of the absence of TB within 7 days of hire.

 

Physical Requirements

  • Successfully complete an employment physical and provide proof of the absence of TB within 7 days of hire.
  • Physical agility to bend, stoop, walk, reach overhead, push, pull, squat, kneel, crawl, twist and turn. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and the ability to adjust focus.
Novato , CA 94949 2017-08-02 View
*Head Start Teacher* 3's classroom Marin Head Start

                     

    Marin Head Start Program

 

Job Title:                    Head Start Teacher     

Reports to:                  Supervisor

Job Status:                  40 Hrs – per week / Salaried / Full Benefits/10 month

Job Summary:              Under the supervision of the supervisor, the Teacher is responsible for supporting the

                                       overall functioning of the preschool classroom and ensuring that daily program is

                                       meeting the Head Start Performance Standards and Licensing Regulations. 

 

Primary Responsibilities

Child Health and Development

  • Create a warm, accepting and developmentally appropriate environment, which encourages the cognitive      physical, emotional and social development of preschool child and family.
  • Provides an environment that meets all the requirements of Community Care Licensing.
  • Demonstrate the competencies to review data, plan and implement a program that promotes the physical and social emotional development of children by planning and implementing      developmentally appropriate curriculum that supports positive growth of      the whole child. This is includes school readiness skills and home school      connections.
  • Create a weekly written curriculum utilizing computer based program developed to support ongoing assessment, observation and lesson planning.
  • Provide positive guidance to children.
  • Promote good health and nutrition and provide an environment that contributes to the prevention of illness. Develop and implement daily cleaning and sanitizing procedures.
  • Reinforce the role of the parent as primary  caregiver and educator of their child.
  • Ensure that screening takes place on each  child for possible developmental delays and that appropriate referrals are  made to Disabilities Specialist for children who are suspect for special  needs.
  • Implement a system of observing children, recording observations and developing individualized curriculum for the children based on program guidelines.
  • Build community connections with public school that allow for appropriate transitions of Head Start children and families.
  • Other Duties as assigned

 

Family Development

  • To establish positive and productive relationships with parents including communicating with parents and other staff in a respectful and effective manner.
  • Support parents as they gain knowledge of basic child development concepts and work with parents to develop home interactions and activities based on each child’s assessment and identified needs.
  • Insure that information is shared with parents on  a regular basis regarding the growth and development of their child including scheduled parent conferences and home visits.
  • Participate with other staff in case management conferences for children and families on a regular basis.
  • Participate in parent club planning to provide meaningful experiences for parents.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Supervision and Teambuilding

  • Support all center staff and directly supervise the Associate Teacher and Site Assistant.
  • Use of reflective supervision and other techniques that support positive growth through clear communication, honest and frequent feedback.
  • Complete performance reviews for assigned staff.
  • Assist in supporting and developing ongoing  professional development plan.
  • Assist in new employee orientation.
  • Depending on the site may serve as the designated site director for Community Care Licensing purposes.
  • Schedule/arrange for staffing to cover absences.
  • Insure that necessary paperwork is completed in a timely manner.
  • Support and facilitate team building through  activities, clear communication, and shared problem solving and  decision-making.
  • Participate in case conference meetings on a regular basis to consider family needs.
  • Integrate results of screenings/assessments and family partnership plans into planning for center routine, parent conference, parent meeting and other program activities.
  • Organize and maintain system for facility management including ordering supplies and equipment.
  • Maintain confidentiality according to program guidelines.
  • Read, understand and implement program policies and procedures.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Meetings

  • Regular one on one meetings with supervisor
  • Site meetings as scheduled
  • Classroom team meetings monthly
  • Case conference meetings with assigned advocate
  • One on one meetings with Associate Teacher(s) and      Site Assistant
  • Regularly scheduled parent meetings
  • Staff meetings and trainings.
  • Additional meetings as requested.

Qualifications

Education /Experience:

  • BA in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Human Development, Sociology or an AA or BA in a related field and eligible for a valid California Child Development Teacher Permit.

Or

  • BA in any field and a member of Teach for America.
  • Three (3) units of Administration may be required depending on site.
  • At least one year experience working with groups of children under age five.
    • Experience in supervising adults.
    • Basic computer skills including ability to enter data into TS GOLD computer based system.
    • Demonstrated ability to work well with parents.
    • Strong verbal/ written communication.
    • Experience working with low-income families desirable.
    • Bilingual English/Spanish desirable.
    • Knowledge of Head Start Performance Standards desirable
  • Must have Pediatric First Aid and Infant/Child CPR or be willing to obtain within first two weeks of      employment.
  • Must have a current Criminal Record Clearance with current Child Abuse Index Check on file with Community Care Licensing  or provide fingerprints and a Child Abuse Index Check resulting in a      Criminal Record Clearance from the Department of Justice prior to beginning employment.
  • Successfully complete an employment physical and provide proof of the absence of TB within 7 days of hire date.
  • Provide the proof of completing the measles and pertussis vaccine

 

Physical Requirements

  • Physical agility to lift and carry objects up to 25 pounds and children up to 40 pound for safety reasons.
  • Physical agility  to bend, stoop, walk, reach overhead, push, pull, squat, twist, kneel, and turn.
  • Fine Motor physical ability including simple and power grasp, pull, twist, and grip.

 

 

 

Novato , CA 94945 2017-08-02 View
Education, Disabilities, Mental Health Specialist North Coast Opportunities/Head Start

Works collaboratively across the Education, Disabilities and Mental Health (EDM) service areas, supporting the implementation of comprehensive, integrated services to Head Start (HS) Preschool and HS Infant/Toddler children and families, as well as provides training and technical assistance to HS staff. Responsible for implementing accountability and compliance systems across the EDM service areas.

 

Program:
Head Start
Position:
E.D.M. Implementation Specialist I-II
Rate of Pay:
$20.50 - $ 23.00 /hr DOQ


Hours:
40 hours per week, 12 months/year


Benefits:
Paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. Medical, Dental, Vision & life insurance coverages available within 60 days of hire (Must work 30 hrs/wk or more). Eligible to participate in 401(k) retirement plan immediately, and for matching program upon qualifying.


To Apply:
Please complete and return an NCO employment application by the closing date. Applications are available on the NCO website at www.ncoinc.org/about-us/jobs/, by calling 707.467.3200, or at the NCO main office, 413 N. State Street in Ukiah.


For positions requiring ECE or CDV units transcripts must be attached with your application to be considered.


Application Closing Date:
Closes: 8/14/17
Submitting an Application:
Applications accepted only at the NCO main office. Postmarks are not accepted.
By mail or hand delivery:
NCO, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
413 N. State St., Ukiah, CA 95482
By FAX: 707.467.3213
By Email: SBrown@ncoinc.org NCO is under no obligation to hire from this solicitation.
North Coast Opportunities, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Minority, disabled, and older individuals are encouraged to apply. For Head Start Child Development Program positions please see the NOTICE included with the Employment Application regarding Department of Justice clearance requirements.

 

Ukiah, CA 95482 2017-08-02 View
Inclusion Specialist Placer Community Action Council, Inc.

Mission Statement:

 Our mission is to empower children and their families to maximize their full potential through opportunities for growth and change.

 Professional Ethics:

 At KidZKount, we subscribe to the Standards of Ethical Behavior as outlined in the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct.  All employees are expected to become familiar with the code and use it as a model for ethical and professional behavior.

 Summary:

 The Inclusion Specialist is responsible for assisting the Executive Director in fulfilling the Disability Services requirements as outlined in the Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards and ensuring all enrolled children eligible for Special Education and/or Early Intervention services are identified and receive services as determined from the IDEA Agency.

 Reporting Requirements:

  • The Inclusion Specialist is directly supervised by the Health & Nutrition Manager.

 Status and Classification:

  • This position is a 30 hour, ten month, non-exempt position.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

 Administration

  • Responsible for developing, updating and monitoring procedures of operation of local partnerships with Local IDEA Agency providers to align with Head Start Performance Standards and State Preschool Guidelines; licensing and staffing requirements of Title 22 of the California Administrative Code, KidZKount Policies and Procedures, and federal and state laws related to special education and early intervention services.
  • Monitors and reviews regional comparative reports for the Disability Service Area.
  • Conducts site visits to monitor inclusive practices; training, guidance and      feedback to Child Development regarding appropriate inclusion of children with disabilities and their families, and center environment and material      accessibility to ensure access to all program activities.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities (continued):

 Administration (continued)

  • Monitors program timelines for the completion of disability services-related agency      services and tracks data needed for PIR reporting.
  • Represents PCAC Head Start/Early Head Start in community outreach, functions and activities with Local IDEA Agencies and other service-related agencies.
    • Provides and coordinates training and consultation to ensure successful inclusion  of children with disabilities and their families.
    • Implements unit in-service training specific to the needs of the region’s programs to enhance staff’s abilities in serving children with disabilities in their families.
    • Provides monthly progress reports to policy groups and staff through service area Policy Council and Board of Directors reports.
    • Participates in MDT meetings and completes initial processing of all DS1 referrals.
    • Tracks and completes follow-up on all third-party referrals related to accessing early intervention and/or special education services for identified      children.
    • Ensures Child Development education Development and Behavioral Screenings are completed within timelines.
    • Tracks and monitors Developmental and Behavioral Screenings in database to identify screenings that may require further evaluation.
    • Enters  Developmental and Behavioral Screenings in data base for partner programs if necessary.
    • Monitors all Health screenings with developmental concerns in database to identify screenings that may require further evaluation.
    • Monitors all children’s ongoing assessment results to identify assessment concerns that may require further evaluation.
    • Participates in IEP and IFSP meetings, including transition planning meetings, for IDEA Agency newly referred children and when Head Start/Early Head Start Teacher is unable to schedule attendance for enrolled children.
    • Participates in partnership and Local IDEA Agency coordination and collaboration      meetings.
    • Attends home visits and enrollments to support parents in IDEA Agency referral      process, IEP/IFSP process and services, and to introduce or inform of other community programs and services for children with disabilities and      their families.
    • Coordinates visits and oversee activities of Local IDEA Agency therapists and      consultants for the orientation to Head Start/Early Head Start programs, planning, and scheduling of on-site services.
    •  Essential Duties and Responsibilities (continued):

Quality Control Assurances

  • Monitors quality control systems and procedures to assure implementation of program.
  • Participates in  the training needs assessments for staff and acts as advisor to the agency      career development committee.
  • Assists in design, development and delivery of in-service and pre-service training      programs and orientation for staff.
  • Studies policies, methods, procedures and modifies or makes recommendations in conjunction      with the Executive Director.
  • Utilizes evaluation data to maintain, correct or improve delivery of program      services.
  • Participates in the agency’s Career Development Program, taking related courses when necessary      or other training when directed as a program requirement.
  • Attends all pre-service and in-service trainings.
  • Attends Policy Council meetings as requested. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Knowledge:

  •  Federal, state and local laws pertaining to Special Education and Early Intervention Services.
  • Pertinent federal program standards and laws applicable to KidZKount.
  • Typical and atypical child development.
  • Community agencies and programs serving the needs of children with special needs.
  • Services and philosophies of an inclusive program.
  • Functions of Social Service agencies.
  • Operation      of common business software, including Word, Excel and Outlook.

 

Abilities:

  •  Proficiently utilize standard computer software.
  • Proficiently understand and utilize data tracking systems.
  • Compose effective, responsive and respectful correspondence.
  • Format and formulate program plans and progress reports.Must be able to work in a rapidly changing environment.

                        

Experience

 Experience with children with special needs and in supporting families in accessing community resources.  Experience with developmental functions of   Program Design areas and Social Service agencies.

  Education and Continuing Education

 Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in a related field, such as Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE), Early Childhood Education (ECE) or Child Development (CD), or a combination of education and experience in ECSE, ECE or CD, including working with families in ECSE, with Head Start background and ECSE and related services in an Inclusion environment.  Additional training as required.

Physical Requirements and Work Conditions:            

  • Physical Activity:  On a continuous basis, sit at a desk for long periods of time.  Intermittently, twist and reach office equipment; write or use      keyboard to communicate through written means.  Lift up to 25 lbs.
  • Use of Senses:  Must show good listening skills and have the ability to successfully hear conversations, both live and on the      telephone.  Good vision, corrected if necessary.
  • Environmental Conditions:  The duties of this position are usually performed in a hazard-free indoor environment and occasionally outdoors in      weather conditions.  The noise level is moderate.
  • Atmospheric Conditions:  No fumes, odors, dusts, smoke, gasses or poor ventilation. 

Other Requirements:

  1. Department of Justice Fingerprint and child abuse index clearance.
  2. Post-offer physical examination; TB clearance; proof of immunization or immunity to      pertussis and measles; and annual flu vaccination or signed declination.
  3. Valid  California Class C driver’s license, readily available and reliable      transportation and minimum vehicle insurance as required by law.
  4. Current  Pediatric First Aid Certification and current Infant/Child CPR      Certificate.

 Miscellaneous:

 Optional participation in a minimum of two (2) civic events annually.

 

Auburn, CA 95603 2017-08-01 View
ASSISTANT CENTER DIRECTOR AKAHEADSTART

 

AKA HEAD

ASSISTANT CENTER DIRECTOR

General Definition

 Under the direction of the Center Director, the Assistant Center Director will assist in the day-to-day operation of the center-based program, including assisting with center activities, supervision of staff and children, and compliance with Head Start Performance Standards and standards of all regulatory agencies.  Assists in supporting the daily operations of the Center and assume overall responsibility of the Center in the absence of the Center Director.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:                                                                                                                         SUPERVISION GIVEN:     

Center Director                                                                                             Center Staff                                                                      

                      

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  1. Ensures that the classroom curriculum is developmentally appropriate and focuses on the needs of the individual child;
  2. Assists in monitoring classroom instruction and assists teachers in the acquisition of knowledge and skills for effectively delivering a developmentally appropriate curriculum;
  3. Assists in reviewing educational assessment plans for the individual children and classroom lesson plans;
  4. Assists in establishing and communicating program goals, objectives and strategies to parents;
  5. Assists in supervising, training, and evaluating  staff;
  6. Coordinates  parent meetings and trainings in absence of center director;
  7. Assists center director in ensuring classroom child/adult ratio in compliance with local, state, and federal standards; and
  8. Performs other related duties as assigned.

 

 

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Ensures a safe, healthy, and orderly classroom environment that is conductive for learning in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations;
  2. Visits classrooms and observes teaching methods;
  3. Examines learning materials and makes recommendations as appropriate;  
  4. Inspects equipment and facilities daily for cleanliness and for safety of staff and children to use; and
  5. Meets with staff, in conjunction with center director, to foster a team-spirit and recognize the importance and role of each staff member.

 

Minimum Employment Qualifications/Competencies

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:           Any combination equivalent to:

Head Start: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with in Child Development or Early Childhood Education and State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Child Development Site Supervisor Permit.              

OR

Bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university, with a minimum of 24 child Development units (plus six units in supervision and two semester units of adult supervision coursework.) with the ability to obtain a Commission on Teacher Credentialing Child Development Site Supervisor Permit within 90 days of employment.

And

One year of preschool experience in a child care or social services setting; or a combination of supervisory experience (classroom teaching and adult supervision) or Head Start preschool experience of one year; and a State of California Child Development Site Supervisor Permit;

 

Early Head Start: Incorporated into what is listed above, including a minimum of three semester units of Infant and Toddler Child Development.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

       Knowledge of:

 

  1. Child development and instructional theories and strategies;
  2. Local state, and federal regulations regarding the operation of childcare centers;  
  3. MS Word, Excel and e-mail; and
  4. Leadership and supervisory methods.

 

       Ability to:

  1. Communicate proficiently in English (orally, reading, and writing);
  2. Communicate with people of various educational, socioeconomic, and  cultural backgrounds;
  3. Read and interpret documents such as safety rules and procedure manuals in English;
  4. Write routine reports and correspondence in English;
  5. Speak effectively before parents or employees;
  6. Common sense understanding to carry out detailed  written or oral instruction;
  7. Respond well to unusual or crisis situations;
  8. Articulate program goals, objectives, and strategies for achieving them;
  9. Work positively with parents, staff, and consultants;
  10. Understand the needs of preschoolers, particularly those with learning disabilities;
  11. Establish and maintain good interpersonal relationships with parents, children, and staff; and
  12. Strong organizational skills.

 

COMPETENCIES:

 To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:

 

  • Positive, Goal-Oriented Relationships: Engages in mutually respectful goal-orientated partnerships with families to promote parent-child relationships and family well-being.
  • Self-Aware and Culturally Responsive Relationships: Respects and responds appropriately to the culture, language, values, and family structures of each family served.
  • Family Well-Being and Families as Learners: Supports families’ safety, health, financial stability, life goals, and aspirations.
  • Parent-Child Relationships and Families as Lifelong Educators: Enhances parent-child relationship and supports parents’ role as the first and lifelong educators of their children.
  • Family Connections to Peers and Community: Facilitates networks and group activities that support families’ strengths, interests, and needs.
  • Family Access to Community Resources: Supports families in using community resources that enhance family well-being and children’s learning and development.
  • Coordinated, Integrated and Comprehensive Services: Acts as a member of a comprehensive services team so that family service activities are coordinated and integrated throughout the program.
  • Data Driven Services and Continuous Improvement: Collects and analyses information to find new solutions to challenges as part of ongoing monitoring in order to continuously improve services.
  • Foundations for Professional Growth: Participates actively in opportunities for continuous professional development.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Good manual dexterity;
  2. Must have the ability to sit, walk and stand for extended periods;
  3. Must have excellent speaking and hearing ability;
  4. Must be able to input data using a computer terminal keyboard;
  5. Observe and hear sounds of the environment for health and safety; and
  6. Occasionally must lift up to 40 pounds. 
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ASSISTANT CENTER DIRECTOR AKAHEADSTART

 

AKA HEAD

ASSISTANT CENTER DIRECTOR

General Definition

 Under the direction of the Center Director, the Assistant Center Director will assist in the day-to-day operation of the center-based program, including assisting with center activities, supervision of staff and children, and compliance with Head Start Performance Standards and standards of all regulatory agencies.  Assists in supporting the daily operations of the Center and assume overall responsibility of the Center in the absence of the Center Director.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:                                                                                                                         SUPERVISION GIVEN:     

Center Director                                                                                             Center Staff                                                                      

                      

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  1. Ensures that the classroom curriculum is developmentally appropriate and focuses on the needs of the individual child;
  2. Assists in monitoring classroom instruction and assists teachers in the acquisition of knowledge and skills for effectively delivering a developmentally appropriate curriculum;
  3. Assists in reviewing educational assessment plans for the individual children and classroom lesson plans;
  4. Assists in establishing and communicating program goals, objectives and strategies to parents;
  5. Assists in supervising, training, and evaluating  staff;
  6. Coordinates  parent meetings and trainings in absence of center director;
  7. Assists center director in ensuring classroom child/adult ratio in compliance with local, state, and federal standards; and
  8. Performs other related duties as assigned.

 

 

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Ensures a safe, healthy, and orderly classroom environment that is conductive for learning in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations;
  2. Visits classrooms and observes teaching methods;
  3. Examines learning materials and makes recommendations as appropriate;  
  4. Inspects equipment and facilities daily for cleanliness and for safety of staff and children to use; and
  5. Meets with staff, in conjunction with center director, to foster a team-spirit and recognize the importance and role of each staff member.

 

Minimum Employment Qualifications/Competencies

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:           Any combination equivalent to:

Head Start: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with in Child Development or Early Childhood Education and State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Child Development Site Supervisor Permit.              

OR

Bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university, with a minimum of 24 child Development units (plus six units in supervision and two semester units of adult supervision coursework.) with the ability to obtain a Commission on Teacher Credentialing Child Development Site Supervisor Permit within 90 days of employment.

And

One year of preschool experience in a child care or social services setting; or a combination of supervisory experience (classroom teaching and adult supervision) or Head Start preschool experience of one year; and a State of California Child Development Site Supervisor Permit;

 

Early Head Start: Incorporated into what is listed above, including a minimum of three semester units of Infant and Toddler Child Development.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

       Knowledge of:

 

  1. Child development and instructional theories and strategies;
  2. Local state, and federal regulations regarding the operation of childcare centers;  
  3. MS Word, Excel and e-mail; and
  4. Leadership and supervisory methods.

 

       Ability to:

  1. Communicate proficiently in English (orally, reading, and writing);
  2. Communicate with people of various educational, socioeconomic, and  cultural backgrounds;
  3. Read and interpret documents such as safety rules and procedure manuals in English;
  4. Write routine reports and correspondence in English;
  5. Speak effectively before parents or employees;
  6. Common sense understanding to carry out detailed  written or oral instruction;
  7. Respond well to unusual or crisis situations;
  8. Articulate program goals, objectives, and strategies for achieving them;
  9. Work positively with parents, staff, and consultants;
  10. Understand the needs of preschoolers, particularly those with learning disabilities;
  11. Establish and maintain good interpersonal relationships with parents, children, and staff; and
  12. Strong organizational skills.

 

COMPETENCIES:

 To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:

 

  • Positive, Goal-Oriented Relationships: Engages in mutually respectful goal-orientated partnerships with families to promote parent-child relationships and family well-being.
  • Self-Aware and Culturally Responsive Relationships: Respects and responds appropriately to the culture, language, values, and family structures of each family served.
  • Family Well-Being and Families as Learners: Supports families’ safety, health, financial stability, life goals, and aspirations.
  • Parent-Child Relationships and Families as Lifelong Educators: Enhances parent-child relationship and supports parents’ role as the first and lifelong educators of their children.
  • Family Connections to Peers and Community: Facilitates networks and group activities that support families’ strengths, interests, and needs.
  • Family Access to Community Resources: Supports families in using community resources that enhance family well-being and children’s learning and development.
  • Coordinated, Integrated and Comprehensive Services: Acts as a member of a comprehensive services team so that family service activities are coordinated and integrated throughout the program.
  • Data Driven Services and Continuous Improvement: Collects and analyses information to find new solutions to challenges as part of ongoing monitoring in order to continuously improve services.
  • Foundations for Professional Growth: Participates actively in opportunities for continuous professional development.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Good manual dexterity;
  2. Must have the ability to sit, walk and stand for extended periods;
  3. Must have excellent speaking and hearing ability;
  4. Must be able to input data using a computer terminal keyboard;
  5. Observe and hear sounds of the environment for health and safety; and
  6. Occasionally must lift up to 40 pounds. 
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TEACHER AKAHEADSTRT
 


                                                                                                      JOB DESCRIPTION

                                                                                                        

                                                                 AKA Head Start Center Director 

                                                                                                                                                                                                

General Definition 


Under the direction of the Director of Program Operations, Center Director is responsible for all administrative and day-to-day operations of a Head Start/Early Head Start center. Responsibilities include coordination of all center activities, supervision of staff, facilitation of parent involvement, and compliance with all Head Start Performance Standards and all other regulatory agencies.  When needed, the Center Director may also be responsible for the daily operation of a classroom.

The Center Director is a key position which serves to inspire, motivate and lead all staff members by demonstrating a standard of excellence.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:                                                                  PROVIDES WORK DIRECTION TO:    

Director of Program Operations                                                               Center Staff

 

                         

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  1. Articulates the Head Start program and philosophy to staff, parents, and community and assures and monitors the Head Start program by providing  a welcoming environment for children and provides activities that promote parent participation at the center;
  2. Ensures timely communication with parents including development and distribution of monthly calendars and flyers;
  3. Coordinates and conducts parent committee meetings, center events, training, and other community meetings as appropriate;
  4. Coordinates the effective and appropriate utilization of all substitute staff and volunteers on site;
  5. Ensures a safe, healthy, and orderly environment that is conducive for learning for children in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations;
  6. Ensures that maintenance of facilities complies with all relevant safety regulations including licensing, health, and fire  prevention/protection;
  7. Shares appropriate knowledge, implementation, and the enforcement of the agencies Personnel Policies and Procedures Handbook in order to ensure compliance at the center level;
  8. Selects new/transferred employees;
  9. Serves as a mentor coach by observing and assessing the classroom activities, provides on-the-job guidance and training in order to improve the qualifications, skills, and training of the classroom staff;
  10. Provides all staff and volunteer supervision, assists in obtaining needed training, and performance evaluations for staff in a timely manner, including taking  corrective disciplinary action per personnel protocols;
  11. Monitors lesson plans and ensures that activities are age appropriate, individualized, culturally sensitive, and linguistically appropriate for each child;
  12. Assures that educational and support needs are identified for each child and family;
  13. Reviews and monitors the work of all staff to ensure that all required paperwork is complete, accurate, and that compliance timelines are met using the agency’s Standard Operating Procedures and Ongoing Monitoring System as a guideline;
  14. Works closely with Content Area Specialists to ensure the delivery of quality services to children and families in all content areas;
  15. Prepares and submits reports via the collection and maintenance of records and reports in order to effectively monitor progress toward goal achievement and regulatory compliance; and
  16. Performs other responsibilities in the efficient and effective operation of the Center.

 

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Visits classrooms and observes teaching methods;
  2. Examines learning materials/lesson plans and makes recommendations as appropriate;
  3. Ensures the inspection of equipment and facilities daily for cleanliness and for safety of staff and children to use;
  4. Communicates with parents through conferences, written correspondence, telephone and home visits to apprise them of child’s progress, upcoming events, classroom activities, Individual Education Plan (IEP) changes, and other relevant information;
  5. Participates in conducting  the Agency’s Community Assessment;
  6. Requisitions office/classroom supplies and requests for repairs to facilities to support effective center operations and safety;
  7. Schedules, assigns, and reviews the work of Center staff including substitutes and volunteers;
  8. Ensures staff scheduling for classroom coverage each day;
  9. Reviews, and promptly forwards all on-the-job accident (Workers’ Compensation) reports to Human Resources;
  10. Ensures that all necessary documentation is complete, accurate, and properly maintained in compliance with Head Start Performance Standards; 
  11. Conducts weekly staff meetings;
  12. Collaborates and maintains positive working relationships with community organizations;
  13. Attends directors’ meetings and training workshops as deemed necessary; and
  14. Performs other related duties.   

 

 

 

 

Minimum Employment Qualifications/Competencies

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:           Any combination equivalent to:

Head Start: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with in Child Development or Early Childhood Education and State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Child Development Site Supervisor Permit.              

OR

Bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university, with a minimum of 24 child Development units (plus six units in supervision and two semester units of adult supervision coursework.) with the ability to obtain a Commission on Teacher Credentialing Child Development Site Supervisor Permit within 90 days of employment.

And

One year of preschool experience in a child care or social services setting; or a combination of supervisory experience (classroom teaching and adult supervision) or Head Start preschool experience of one year; and a State of California Child Development Site Supervisor Permit;

 

Early Head Start: Incorporated into what is listed above, including a minimum of three semester units of Infant and Toddler Child Development.

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TEACHER AKAHEADSTRT
 


                                                                                                      JOB DESCRIPTION

                                                                                                        

                                                                 AKA Head Start Center Director 

                                                                                                                                                                                                

General Definition 


Under the direction of the Director of Program Operations, Center Director is responsible for all administrative and day-to-day operations of a Head Start/Early Head Start center. Responsibilities include coordination of all center activities, supervision of staff, facilitation of parent involvement, and compliance with all Head Start Performance Standards and all other regulatory agencies.  When needed, the Center Director may also be responsible for the daily operation of a classroom.

The Center Director is a key position which serves to inspire, motivate and lead all staff members by demonstrating a standard of excellence.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:                                                                  PROVIDES WORK DIRECTION TO:    

Director of Program Operations                                                               Center Staff

 

                         

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  1. Articulates the Head Start program and philosophy to staff, parents, and community and assures and monitors the Head Start program by providing  a welcoming environment for children and provides activities that promote parent participation at the center;
  2. Ensures timely communication with parents including development and distribution of monthly calendars and flyers;
  3. Coordinates and conducts parent committee meetings, center events, training, and other community meetings as appropriate;
  4. Coordinates the effective and appropriate utilization of all substitute staff and volunteers on site;
  5. Ensures a safe, healthy, and orderly environment that is conducive for learning for children in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations;
  6. Ensures that maintenance of facilities complies with all relevant safety regulations including licensing, health, and fire  prevention/protection;
  7. Shares appropriate knowledge, implementation, and the enforcement of the agencies Personnel Policies and Procedures Handbook in order to ensure compliance at the center level;
  8. Selects new/transferred employees;
  9. Serves as a mentor coach by observing and assessing the classroom activities, provides on-the-job guidance and training in order to improve the qualifications, skills, and training of the classroom staff;
  10. Provides all staff and volunteer supervision, assists in obtaining needed training, and performance evaluations for staff in a timely manner, including taking  corrective disciplinary action per personnel protocols;
  11. Monitors lesson plans and ensures that activities are age appropriate, individualized, culturally sensitive, and linguistically appropriate for each child;
  12. Assures that educational and support needs are identified for each child and family;
  13. Reviews and monitors the work of all staff to ensure that all required paperwork is complete, accurate, and that compliance timelines are met using the agency’s Standard Operating Procedures and Ongoing Monitoring System as a guideline;
  14. Works closely with Content Area Specialists to ensure the delivery of quality services to children and families in all content areas;
  15. Prepares and submits reports via the collection and maintenance of records and reports in order to effectively monitor progress toward goal achievement and regulatory compliance; and
  16. Performs other responsibilities in the efficient and effective operation of the Center.

 

TYPICAL DUTIES:

  1. Visits classrooms and observes teaching methods;
  2. Examines learning materials/lesson plans and makes recommendations as appropriate;
  3. Ensures the inspection of equipment and facilities daily for cleanliness and for safety of staff and children to use;
  4. Communicates with parents through conferences, written correspondence, telephone and home visits to apprise them of child’s progress, upcoming events, classroom activities, Individual Education Plan (IEP) changes, and other relevant information;
  5. Participates in conducting  the Agency’s Community Assessment;
  6. Requisitions office/classroom supplies and requests for repairs to facilities to support effective center operations and safety;
  7. Schedules, assigns, and reviews the work of Center staff including substitutes and volunteers;
  8. Ensures staff scheduling for classroom coverage each day;
  9. Reviews, and promptly forwards all on-the-job accident (Workers’ Compensation) reports to Human Resources;
  10. Ensures that all necessary documentation is complete, accurate, and properly maintained in compliance with Head Start Performance Standards; 
  11. Conducts weekly staff meetings;
  12. Collaborates and maintains positive working relationships with community organizations;
  13. Attends directors’ meetings and training workshops as deemed necessary; and
  14. Performs other related duties.   

 

 

 

 

Minimum Employment Qualifications/Competencies

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:           Any combination equivalent to:

Head Start: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with in Child Development or Early Childhood Education and State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Child Development Site Supervisor Permit.              

OR

Bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university, with a minimum of 24 child Development units (plus six units in supervision and two semester units of adult supervision coursework.) with the ability to obtain a Commission on Teacher Credentialing Child Development Site Supervisor Permit within 90 days of employment.

And

One year of preschool experience in a child care or social services setting; or a combination of supervisory experience (classroom teaching and adult supervision) or Head Start preschool experience of one year; and a State of California Child Development Site Supervisor Permit;

 

Early Head Start: Incorporated into what is listed above, including a minimum of three semester units of Infant and Toddler Child Development.

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Head Start Head Teacher MAOF

Job Summary

Instruction of children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth. Plans individual and group activities to stimulate learning, according to the developmental stages of the children. 

Qualifications

  • A Bachelor’s degree in a subject matter related to early childhood education and/or child development from an accredited college or university.
  • Must possess a California Site Director Permit.
  • Six (6) units in administration, plus (2) units in adult supervision required.
  • Minimum of three (3) years paid experience working with pre-school children.
  • Must possess a vehicle and have a valid Class C California Driver’s License and current car insurance.

Special Qualifications

  • Must meet State health requirements:  Must submit to a pre-employment physical      examination and Tuberculosis (TB) clearance at the time of employment, to      be renewed every four years.
  • Must submit to a flu vaccine once a year.
  • Must provide vaccination records for influenza, pertussis and measles, at the time of employment.  Must submit to a flu vaccine once a      year.
  • Must be fingerprinted and cleared through the Justice Department.  Fingerprints clearance must be active and on file with the Justice Department.     
  • Must possess a vehicle and have a valid Class C California Driver’s License and current car insurance
  • Mandatory CPR and Basic  First Aid certificate, which employee is responsible to maintain, as a condition of employment for the duration of their employment in this position.
  • Educational transcripts are required. 
  • Bilingual (Spanish /English) required
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Head Start Teacher Assistant II MAOF

Job Summary

 

Assists in the instruction of children in activities design to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth. Assists on the planning of individual and group activities and stimulates learning according to the ages of the children. 

 

Qualifications

 

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Enrolled in a program leading to an AA or BA degree from an accredited College or University and (24) units in Early Childhood.
  • A Child Development Associate Teacher Permit required.
  • Minimum of 1 year paid experience working with pre-school children ages 3-5.

Special Qualifications

  • Must meet State health requirements:  Must submit to a pre-employment physical      examination and Tuberculosis (TB) clearance at the time of employment, to be renewed every four years.
  • Must submit to a flu vaccine once a year.
  • Must provide vaccination records for influenza, pertussis and measles, at the time of employment.  Must submit to a flu vaccine once a      year.
  • Must be fingerprinted and cleared through the Justice Department.  Fingerprints clearance must be active and on file with the Justice Department.     
  • Must possess a vehicle and have a valid Class C California Driver’s License and current car insurance
  • Mandatory CPR and Basic  First Aid certificate, which employee is responsible to maintain, as a condition of employment for the duration of their employment in this position.
  • Educational transcripts are required. 
  • Bilingual (Spanish /English) required
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Head Start Teacher II MAOF

Job Summary

 

Instruction of children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth. Plans individual and group activities to stimulate learning, according to the developmental stages of the children. 

 

Qualifications

 

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • A BA degree in a subject matter related to early childhood education and/or child development from an accredited college or university.
  • Must possess a California Child Development Teacher Center Permit.
  • Minimum of 2 years paid experience working with pre-school children ages 3-5.

Special Qualifications

  • Must meet State health requirements:  Must submit to a pre-employment physical      examination and Tuberculosis (TB) clearance at the time of employment, to      be renewed every four years.
  • Must submit to a flu vaccine once a year.
  • Must provide vaccination records for influenza, pertussis and measles, at the time of employment.  Must submit to a flu vaccine once a      year.
  • Must be fingerprinted and cleared through the Justice Department.  Fingerprints clearance must be active and on file with the Justice Department.     
  • Must possess a vehicle and have a valid Class C California Driver’s License and current car insurance
  • Mandatory CPR and Basic  First Aid certificate, which employee is responsible to maintain, as a condition of employment for the duration of their employment in this position.
  • Educational transcripts are required. 
  • Bilingual (Spanish /English) required
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Head Start Office Assistant MAOF

Job Summary

To provide competent and effective clerical support to the MAOF Head Start Program. Perform day-to-day operational task including, but not limited to; answering telephones, conducting follow-up telephone calls, faxing, mailing, data input. 

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Two (2) years paid experience in office/clerical work.
  • Computer Literate in Office Software (Excel, Word, Power Point, etc.)

Special Qualifications

  • Must meet State health requirements:  Must submit to a pre-employment physical      examination and Tuberculosis (TB) clearance at the time of employment, to      be renewed every four years.
  • Must provide vaccination records for influenza, pertussis and measles, at the time of employment.  Must submit to a flu vaccine once a year.
  • Must be fingerprinted and cleared through the Justice Department.  Fingerprints clearance must be active and on file with the Justice Department.     
  • Must possess a vehicle and have a valid Class C California Driver’s License and current car insurance
  • Mandatory CPR and Basic  First Aid certificate, which employee is responsible to maintain, as a condition of employment for the duration of their employment in this position.
  • Educational transcripts are required. 
  • Bilingual (Spanish /English) required
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Early Head Start Teacher II MAOF

Job Summary

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

Qualifications

  • Regular Teacher Permit from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
  • BA Degree in CD/ECE, or related field. 
  • Minimum of two (2) years paid experience working with children 0-5 required. Experience working with Infant/toddlers is highly desirable.         
  • Six (6 )infant/toddler units are highly preferred. If do not currently have, will be required to complete within 1 year of employment.

Special Qualifications

  • Must meet State health requirements:  Must submit to a pre-employment physical      examination and Tuberculosis (TB) clearance at the time of employment, to      be renewed every four years.
  • Must submit to a flu vaccine once a year.
  • Must provide vaccination records for influenza, pertussis and measles, at the time of employment.  Must submit to a flu vaccine once a      year.
  • Must be fingerprinted and cleared through the Justice Department.  Fingerprints clearance must be active and on file with the Justice Department.     
  • Must possess a vehicle and have a valid Class C California Driver’s License and current car insurance
  • Mandatory CPR and Basic  First Aid certificate, which employee is responsible to maintain, as a condition of employment for the duration of their employment in this position.
  • Educational transcripts are required. 
  • Bilingual (Spanish /English) required
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Early Head Start Teacher I MAOF

Job Summary

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

Qualifications

  • Regular Teacher Permit from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
  • AA Degree in CDE/ECE
  • Must follow an educational plan, and continue going to school to obtain a BA Degree in CD/ECE, or related field. 
  • Proof of enrollment required with no less than 3 semester units or 4 quarter units per year.
  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Minimum of two (2) years paid experience working with children 0-5 required. Experience working with Infant/toddlers is highly desirable.         
  • Six (6 )infant/toddler units are highly preferred. If do not currently have, will be required to complete within 1 year of employment.

Special Qualifications

  • Must meet State health requirements:  Must submit to a pre-employment physical      examination and Tuberculosis (TB) clearance at the time of employment, to      be renewed every four years.
  • Must submit to a flu vaccine once a year.
  • Must provide vaccination records for influenza, pertussis and measles, at the time of employment.  Must submit to a flu vaccine once a      year.
  • Must be fingerprinted and cleared through the Justice Department.  Fingerprints clearance must be active and on file with the Justice Department.     
  • Must possess a vehicle and have a valid Class C California Driver’s License and current car insurance
  • Mandatory CPR and Basic  First Aid certificate, which employee is responsible to maintain, as a condition of employment for the duration of their employment in this position.
  • Educational transcripts are required. 
  • Bilingual (Spanish /English) required
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HS/CSPP Partnership Program Teacher I MAOF

Job Summary

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

Qualifications

  • Regular Teacher Permit from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
  • AA Degree in CDE/ECE
  • Must follow an educational plan, and continue going to school to obtain a BA Degree in CD/ECE, or related field. 
  • Proof of enrollment required with no less than 3 semester units or 4 quarter units per year.
  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Minimum of two (2) years paid experience working with children 0-5 required. Experience working with Infant/toddlers is highly desirable.         
  • Six (6 )infant/toddler units are highly preferred. If do not currently have, will be required to complete within 1 year of employment.

Special Qualifications

  • Must meet State health requirements:  Must submit to a pre-employment physical      examination and Tuberculosis (TB) clearance at the time of employment, to      be renewed every four years.
  • Must submit to a flu vaccine once a year.
  • Must provide vaccination records for influenza, pertussis and measles, at the time of employment.  Must submit to a flu vaccine once a      year.
  • Must be fingerprinted and cleared through the Justice Department.  Fingerprints clearance must be active and on file with the Justice Department.     
  • Must possess a vehicle and have a valid Class C California Driver’s License and current car insurance
  • Mandatory CPR and Basic  First Aid certificate, which employee is responsible to maintain, as a condition of employment for the duration of their employment in this position.
  • Educational transcripts are required. 
  • Bilingual (Spanish /English) required
Los Angeles , CA 90011 2017-07-21 View
HS/CSPP Partnership Program Teacher II MAOF

Job Summary

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

Qualifications

  • Regular Teacher Permit from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
  • BA Degree in CD/ECE, or related field. 
  • Minimum of two (2) years paid experience working with children 0-5 required. Experience working with Infant/toddlers is highly desirable.         
  • Six (6 )infant/toddler units are highly preferred. If do not currently have, will be required to complete within 1 year of employment.

Special Qualifications

  • Must meet State health requirements:  Must submit to a pre-employment physical      examination and Tuberculosis (TB) clearance at the time of employment, to      be renewed every four years.
  • Must submit to a flu vaccine once a year.
  • Must provide vaccination records for influenza, pertussis and measles, at the time of employment.  Must submit to a flu vaccine once a      year.
  • Must be fingerprinted and cleared through the Justice Department.  Fingerprints clearance must be active and on file with the Justice Department.     
  • Must possess a vehicle and have a valid Class C California Driver’s License and current car insurance
  • Mandatory CPR and Basic  First Aid certificate, which employee is responsible to maintain, as a condition of employment for the duration of their employment in this position.
  • Educational transcripts are required. 
  • Bilingual (Spanish /English) required
Los Angeles , CA 90011 2017-07-21 View
HS/CSPP Partnership Program Teacher II MAOF

Job Summary

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

Qualifications

  • Regular Teacher Permit from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
  • BA Degree in CD/ECE, or related field. 
  • Minimum of two (2) years paid experience working with children 0-5 required. Experience working with Infant/toddlers is highly desirable.         
  • Six (6 )infant/toddler units are highly preferred. If do not currently have, will be required to complete within 1 year of employment.

Special Qualifications

  • Must meet State health requirements:  Must submit to a pre-employment physical      examination and Tuberculosis (TB) clearance at the time of employment, to      be renewed every four years.
  • Must submit to a flu vaccine once a year.
  • Must provide vaccination records for influenza, pertussis and measles, at the time of employment.  Must submit to a flu vaccine once a      year.
  • Must be fingerprinted and cleared through the Justice Department.  Fingerprints clearance must be active and on file with the Justice Department.     
  • Must possess a vehicle and have a valid Class C California Driver’s License and current car insurance
  • Mandatory CPR and Basic  First Aid certificate, which employee is responsible to maintain, as a condition of employment for the duration of their employment in this position.
  • Educational transcripts are required. 
  • Bilingual (Spanish /English) required
Los Angeles , CA 90011 2017-07-21 View
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