Job Title Agency Job Description Job Location Posted on Actions
Teacher Assistant - Infants & Toddlers Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Part-time, 30 hours/week, with benefits available in Carpinteria. Now offering a Location Stipend for all teaching staff in Goleta, Santa Barbara & Carpinteria Centers!

Under the supervision of a Site Supervisor,assists classroom Teachers in providing for the responsive care and education of children ages six (6) weeks to thirty-six (36) months in a CAC Early Head Start center.

Child Development Teacher Assistant Permit or higher from California Commission on Teacher Credentialing and enrolled in a Child Development Associate credential program to be completed within two (2) years of hire.  6 units in infant/toddler development required; new hires may complete after hire by enrolling in infant/ toddler development coursework within 3 months of hire and must successfully complete 6 units of infant/toddler development coursework within one year of hire.

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

Substitute positions always available.

Carpinteria, CA 93013 2018-10-01 View
Head Start Teacher I (Associate's Degree) Training and Research Foundation

The Teacher I is responsible for providing children ages 3 to 5 years old with a learning environment and experiences which will help them develop socially, physically, and emotionally in a manner appropriate to their age and stage of development.

Requirements

  • Supports the implementation of the agency’s school readiness goals and CLASS.
  • Ensures proper care and supervision of children at all times, the practice of head counts, classroom arrangement, general safety rules, monitoring equipment and working knowledge of classroom management.
  • Work with an assigned group of children; assess the individual needs, strengths, and interests regularly.
  • Plan and provide activities and experiences designed for all areas of a child’s development: physical, emotional, social, and cognitive; prepare and provide materials that are concrete, real and relevant to the children and their interests; prepare the environment for children to learn through active exploration and interaction with adults, other children, and materials.
  • Extend children’s learning by asking open-ended questions and making suggestions that stimulate children’s thinking. Respond quickly and directly to children’s needs, desires and verbal and non-verbal messages adapting the response to the children’s differing styles and abilities.
  • Conduct on-going assessment of each child’s growth and development and update each child’s goals and objectives regularly.
  • Utilize developmental screening and observation to identify students who may need additional services; incorporate IEP goals and objectives into the classroom program. Cooperate with speech therapists, physical therapists, psychologists, and other ancillary support persons.
  • Assist parents to organize and implement parent activities; encourage, facilitate, and support parental involvement in all aspects of the Head Start Program.
  • Assist at meal and snack time by preparing and setting up tables, place food in appropriate containers for family style service, sit and eat with children modeling good manners and healthy food choices; guide children in clean-up activities following meals and snacks.
  • Prepare and maintain accurate records, including child observation, individualization, lesson plans, attendance, lunch count, parent participation, in-kind contributions, and others as directed, using proper spelling and accurate calculations.
  • Attend parent conferences, home visits, center meetings, case reviews, IEP meetings, staff meetings, parent meetings, in-service and pre-service meetings, and other meetings as directed.
  • Carry out authorized emergency and safety procedures and administer first aid.
  • Comply with Title 22; Head Start Performance Standards; Training and Research Foundation policies and procedures, and other applicable state and federal regulations.

EDUCATION/REQUIREMENTS:

  • Associate’s Degree in Education or Child Development.
  • CTC Child Development Teacher, Master Teacher, or Site Supervisor Permit.
  • Experience working with children and families served by Head Start.
  • Must successfully pass a physical examination and have a current T.B. clearance, pertussis, measles and influenza vaccinations.
  • Adult and Pediatric CPR/First Aid Certificate
  • Must complete & pass a criminal background clearance through Community Care Licensing (DOJ/FBI/CAI).
  • Must possess a CA driver’s license, and evidence of automobile insurance. (If applicable.)
Training and Research Foundation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws.
Los Angeles, CA 90056 2018-09-27 View
Preschool Teacher Training and Research Foundation

The Teacher is responsible for providing children ages 3 to 5 years old with a learning environment and experiences which will help them develop socially, physically, and emotionally in a manner appropriate to their age and stage of development

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supports the implementation of the agency’s school readiness goals and CLASS.
  • Ensures proper care and supervision of children at all times, the practice of head counts, classroom arrangement, general safety rules, monitoring equipment and working knowledge of classroom management.
  • Work with an assigned group of children; assess the individual needs, strengths, and interests regularly.
  • Plan and provide activities and experiences designed for all areas of a child’s development: physical, emotional, social, and cognitive; prepare and provide materials that are concrete, real and relevant to the children and their interests; prepare the environment for children to learn through active exploration and interaction with adults, other children, and materials.
  • Extend children’s learning by asking open-ended questions and making suggestions that stimulate children’s thinking. Respond quickly and directly to children’s needs, desires and verbal and non-verbal messages adapting the response to the children’s differing styles and abilities.
  • Facilitate the development of self-esteem by expressing respect, acceptance, and comfort for children.
  • Take care of all aspects of children’s personal needs.
  • In accordance with prescribed time schedules, administer initial developmental and other screenings of all assigned children.
  • Conduct on-going assessment of each child’s growth and development and update each child’s goals and objectives regularly.
  • Utilize developmental screening and observation to identify students who may need additional services; incorporate IEP goals and objectives into the classroom program. Cooperate with speech therapists, physical therapists, psychologists, and other ancillary support persons.
  • Assist parents to organize and implement parent activities; encourage, facilitate, and support parental involvement in all aspects of the Head Start Program.
  • Assist at meal and snack time by preparing and setting up tables, place food in appropriate containers for family style service, sit and eat with children modeling good manners and healthy food choices; guide children in clean-up activities following meals and snacks.
  • Prepare and maintain accurate records, including child observation, individualization, lesson plans, attendance, lunch count, parent participation, in-kind contributions, and others as directed, using proper spelling and accurate calculations.
  • Attend parent conferences, home visits, center meetings, case reviews, IEP meetings, staff meetings, parent meetings, in-service and pre-service meetings, and other meetings as directed.
  • Carry out authorized emergency and safety procedures and administer first aid.
  • Comply with Title 22; Head Start Performance Standards; Training and Research Foundation policies and procedures, and other applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Cooperates with Site Director/CDS and other Service Area Coordinators in planning, supervision and implementation of overall program.
  • Substitute as needed and when appropriate as instructed by Site Director.
  • Other duties as assigned within the scope of the position to maintain a quality program.

 

Education/Certifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Education or Child Development, including more than 12 semester units or equivalent quarter units in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or a related field. California Teacher, Master Teacher, or Site Supervisor Permit. Experience working with children and families served by Head Start.

Requirements:

  • Must successfully pass a physical examination and have a current T.B. clearance, pertussis, measles and influenza vaccinations.
  • Adult and Pediatric CPR/First Aid Certificate
  • Must complete a criminal background clearance through Community Care Licensing (DOJ/FBI/CAI).
  • Must possess a CA driver’s license, and evidence of automobile insurance. (If applicable.)

 

BENEFITS INCLUDE:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and LTD
  • 3 Weeks Salary Continuation (Winter Break/Spring Break)
  • 9 Days Sick Leave Accrual
  • 14 Holidays

 

Los Angeles , CA 90056 2018-09-27 View
EHS Home Visitor (Bilingual) Training and Research Foundation

 

The Early Head Start Home Educator is responsible for providing child development services, social services, health services and parent involvement services to families including home visits, socializations, advocacy and crisis intervention in accordance with federal,state and program guidelines.

 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Identifies, recruits and enrolls families for participation in the Early Head Start Program
  • Maintains caseload of 10 - 12 families; visits each family home for at least 90 minutes on a weekly.
  • Establishes trusting, nurturing relationships with children, and their families.
  • Observes, assesses and documents each child's health, skills, behavior, growth and development
  • Provides children and parents with group socialization experiences.
  • Serves as an advocate for Head Start families and as a liaison between families, the program, and the community at large.
  • Integrates other components, i.e. health, nutrition, disabilities, mental health, family and community engagement into home visit and services provided to pregnant women.
  • Works with parents to make weekly activity and home visit plans based on the child's assessment and identified family needs.
  • Works with parents to establish and attain agreed-upon goals
  • Encourages participation in the Policy Council meetings as well as socialization meetings, workshops, and other events or trainings.
  • Enters child/family information and other required program information into the Child Plus system in a timely manner.
  • Assist families with children's transition into TRF’s Head Start program or other child care programs.
  • Provide a developmentally appropriate and nurturing environment for infants and toddlers and document child’s progress, attendance, and other requested information.
  • Plan and implement lessons using program required curriculum and other resources which maximize each child’s developmental ability.
  • Conduct screening and developmental assessments and maintain written records of each child’s development; maintain current and accurate records on each child.
  • Exchange information and serve as a member of a trans-disciplinary intervention team.
  • Participate in on-going in-service and educational development opportunities provided by the Agency.

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development, Early Childhood Education or related field required. Teacher, Master Teacher, or Site Supervisor Permit required and 24 semester units in Early Childhood Education and/or Child Development (including six (6) units in infant/toddler studies)

Additional Requirements:
Bilingual in English and Spanish (written and oral) preferred.
Minimum of 2 years of experience working in child development, social work, parent involvement or health education in a Head Start or Early Head Start program is a plus.

Benefits: Include full medical, dental, vision, basic life insurance, pension plan, vacation, sick leave, and holidays.

Job Type: Full-time

Required experience:

  • Early Head Start Experience : 1 year of experience

 

Los Angeles, CA 90056 2018-09-27 View
Assistant Teacher Training and Research Foundation

The Assistant Teacher is responsible for assisting the Teacher withproviding children ages 3 to 5 years old with a learning environment and experiences which will help them develop socially, physically, and emotionally in a manner appropriate to their age and stage of development.

 

  • Supports the implementation of the agency’s school readiness goals and CLASS.
  • Ensures proper care and supervision of children at all times, the practice of head counts, classroom arrangement, general safety rules, monitoring equipment and working knowledge of classroom management.
  • Assists Teacher with teaching responsibilities and other classroom responsibilities, as assigned
  • Ensures child-adult ratio is met at all times
  • Prepares snacks and meals for children, as needed.
  • Cleans and sanitizes all areas of the classroom, including food preparation and eating areas
  • Helps children practice good hygiene, including personal cleanliness and diapering, as needed
  • Provides input in planning lessons and activities for children
  • Assists in gathering classroom observations and other documentation for developmental assessments of children.
  • Assist with child observation, individualization, lesson plans, attendance, lunch count, parent participation, in-kind contributions, and others as directed, using proper spelling and accurate calculations.
  • Assists in organizing and maintaining instructional and classroom supplies
  • Sets up classrooms for various purposes.
  • Maintains an organized and developmentally appropriate classroom environment
  • Collects documents from parents during drop-off/pick-up time
  • Assist parents to organize and implement parent activities; encourage, facilitate, and support parental involvement in all aspects of the Head Start Program.
  • Provides appropriate customer service to parents, children, community representatives/members, and all TRF staff on a daily basis.
  • Ability to attend in-service trainings, home visits, parent conferences, etc.
  • Must have exceptional organizational and time management skills
  • Implements agency policies and procedures
  • Cooperates with Site Director/CDS and other Service Area Coordinators in planning, supervision and implementation of overall program.
  • Substitute as needed and when appropriate as instructed by Site Director.

Education/Certifications:  Must have 15-24 units in Child Development, Early Childhood Education or a field related. Child Development Permit (Associate Teacher, Assistant Teacher, Teacher etc. is required). Strong written and oral communication skills. Displays effective time management and multi-tasking skills. Self-motivated, energetic, team player.

Requirements:

  • Must successfully pass a physical examination and have a current T.B. clearance, pertussis, measles and influenza vaccinations.
  • Adult and Pediatric CPR/First Aid Certification
  • Must complete & pass a criminal background clearance through Community Care Licensing (DOJ/FBI/CAI).
  • Must possess a CA driver’s license, access to an automobile, and evidence of automobile insurance.

 

Benefits Include:

  •  Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and LTD
  • 3 Weeks Salary Continuation (Winter Break/Spring Break)
  • 9 Days Sick Leave Accrual
  • 14 Holidays

 

 

Los Angeles, CA 90056 2018-09-27 View
EHS Infant and Toddler Teacher Training and Research Foundation

The EHS Infant and Toddler Teacher is responsible for providing children ages 0 to 3 years old with a learning environment and experiences which will help them develop socially, physically, and emotionally in a manner appropriate to their age and stage of development.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

• Plan and implement infant/toddler program curriculum 

• Prepare and implement individual daily plan for each child on daily child observations.

• Supervise and interact with children in a positive manner.

• Develop and maintain a learning environment which reflects the interests and needs of the children enrolled in the program.

• Provide a variety of experiences for infants and toddlers with an emphasis on active learning.

• Provide a well-supervised, safe and nurturing environment.

• Read and implement all agency/division and program policies and procedures.

• Participate in monthly site staff meetings.

• Plan or participate in planning and implementing parent meeting, conferences, home visits, and activities.

• Actively participate in in-service training.

• Use sensitivity and good judgment when interacting with children, parents, volunteers and staff.

• Accomplish other duties as assigned to create and maintain a quality infant/toddler program.

• Encourage language development and respect for langue diversity in the classroom and community.

• Work effectively with other team members.

• Provide a clean and sanitary facility (inside and out) on a daily basis.

• Recruit, train and supervise parents and other volunteers.

• Promote full enrollment, and participate in recruitment of children as directed.

• Accurately complete all assigned paperwork and documentation, on a timely basis, according to agency policies and procedures.

• Assist in the transitioning of children into Head Start and other child care programs.

• Assist Site Director as needed.

• Other duties as assigned.

Professional and Ethical Standards

• Maintain confidentiality in accordance with Agency policy and legal requirements. 

• Be honest, reliable and dependable. 

• Respect and maintain rights and privacy of all staff, parents, and children. 

• Attend mandated trainings and meetings, and seek out staff development opportunities. 

• Work as a team member with all staff and maintain a positive work ethic. 

• Act conscientiously in performing routine duties 

 

Qualifications/Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Ability to read, analyze, and interpret periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, and government regulations in fields relevant to position. 

• Ability to effectively communicate with community members and groups, managers, regulatory agencies, and families both individually and in group settings. 

• Ability to work as a positive team member. 

• Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of situations 

• Knowledge of various software programs such as MS Word, Excel, Power-Point, Publisher and ChildPlus. 

 

 

Requirements:

• Must successfully pass a physical examination and have a current T.B. clearance, pertussis, measles and influenza vaccinations. 

• Adult and Pediatric CPR/First Aid Certificate

• Must complete & pass a criminal background clearance through Community Care Licensing (DOJ/FBI/CAI).

• Must possess a CA driver’s license, and evidence of automobile insurance. (If applicable.)

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. The employee must be able to occasionally lift 20 pounds overhead and 40 pounds from waist to shoulder. The employee frequently lifts and/or moves up to 40 pounds, and occasionally lifts 50 pounds from floor to waist. The employee must be able to push/pull up to 75 pounds horizontally. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distant vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

Training and Research Foundation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected status, in accordance with federal, state and local laws.

Los Angeles, CA 90056 2018-09-27 View
EHS Site Director Training and Research Foundation

Planning and Program Implementation

•            Supervises, coordinates, and evaluates the teaching of children within the classroom environment. 

•            Coaches/mentors assigned teaching staff regarding curriculum and care planning for groups and individuals.

•            Participates in actual teaching and demonstrates and applies appropriate methods, materials, and accepted practices.

•            Provides direction and tracks adherence to individual lesson plans. 

•            Assures regular reporting of child progress and child center activities. 

•            Provides mentoring based on classroom observation. Involves parents and promotes knowledge of educational activities and student development goals. 

•            Considers student health and safety and effective learning and reinforcement techniques. 

•            Monitors parent conferences, and develops and informs parents and staff regarding IFSP goals. 

•            Maintains current knowledge of teaching techniques through child development classes, workshops, and membership in professional organizations. Prepares and maintains necessary and mandated records and related documents. 

CCL/Early Head Start

•            Completes daily head counts and ensures that ratios are met at all times.

•            Completes paperwork and reports any symptoms of child abuse to the Child Development Specialist and Child Abuse Hotline, supports teachers to make necessary reports.

•            Completes and maintains Licensing forms as needed.

•            Ensures site compliance with all CCL requirements and Head Start Performance Standards

•            Ensures monitoring of classroom quality and site safety at all times

Supervision

•            Schedules supervision meetings with teachers on a monthly basis or as needed.

•            Develops/monitors Professional Development Goals for all teaching staff.

•            Participates in the orientation of teaching staff.

•            Conducts annual evaluation of teaching staff/floaters.

•            Responsible for reviewing/approving timesheets, work orders, purchase orders, and other supporting documentation.

•            Completes and follows up with all site visits for Community Care Licensing

•            Completes and ensures all required reports are maintained and submitted to appropriate parties.

•            Developments and monitors goals for the site and individual classrooms.

•            Completes reports and communicates problems directly to supervisor as needed.

•            Supervises and monitors child files and assists staff in the compliance of file requirements.

•            May perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

 

Requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education or Child Development, including more than 12 semester units or equivalent quarter units in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or a related field. 
  • Minimum of six semester units of infant/toddler courses
  • California Site Supervisor Permit. 
  • Experience working with at risk populations and/or experience working with children or families served by Head Start.
Los Angeles, CA 90056 2018-09-27 View
Home Based Teacher Child Abuse Prevention Council

JOB REQUISITION #EAR-18-00005

Definition of Classification:

Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator facilitate healthy parent-child attachment and relationship building, provide or arrange for comprehensive Head Start services (including education, health and safety, family support, nutrition, family engagement, and other services appropriate) for assigned families of preschool children served in home based option as defined by the Head Start Performance Standards.

                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Description of Duties:

General:

  1. Represent the agency in a consistently professional manner, always modeling a commitment to the agency’s Mission and Values.
  2. Promote and maintain a sense of teamwork between Early Education Services, other CAPC staff, volunteers, Board members, and other individuals relevant to the successful operation of each program.
  3. Develop and maintain mutually beneficial working relationships with other stakeholders to ensure support of the agency’s vision, mission and values.
  4. Maintain compliance and knowledge of all CAPC Policies and Procedures, funding and regulatory rules, and laws that apply to the program contracts and oversight agencies.

Program Specific:

  1. Conduct weekly 90-minute home visits with families and their young children.
  2. Plan home visits and socialization activities according to the adopted curriculum and Head Start Performance Standards.
  3. Facilitate bi-monthly “socialization experiences and other family group activities in partnership with other home visitors and families.
  4. Provide attachment based and parent-child relationship building education and support services to families.
  5. Conduct screenings and ongoing assessment of young children’s development in collaboration with parents; utilize screening results and observations to make appropriate child referrals for support services.  Attend and participate in Child Success Team meetings, IFSP meetings are required.
  6. Collaborate with family to develop appropriate development goals and strategies for each child; update goals and strategies regularly through on going assessment and observation.
  7. Assess family strengths, interests, and needs.  Collaborate with families to establish family development goals that are inclusive of families assessed and expressed needs and interest in the areas relation to family self-sufficiency, child development, and health; document this collaborative process in family partnership agreements.
  8. Promote parental engagement in curriculum planning, program governance, and the overall Child Abuse Prevention Council Program.
  9. Support and advise parents with respect to children’s health status, including medical follow-up, physical health, dental health, mental health, and nutritional intake.
  10. Collaborate with program support staff to plan and provide activities to complete health screening and other health related requirements as established in policies and procedures.
  11. Provide management, crisis intervention, and resource referral services.
  12. Act as a liaison and advocate between community resources and Child Abuse Prevention Council.
  13. Provide transportation resources to families, when appropriate, to and from community events or other activities.
  14. Completed and maintain accurate and timely documentation of home visits, socializations experiences, and other relevant activities.
  15. Implement agency recruitment plan.  Monitor family participation and develop plans with families.
  16. Maintain confidentially of family records and information.
  17. Participate fully in supervision and training experiences.
  18. Collaboration with families and program staff to develop and implement individual child transition plans for children transitioning in and out of Early Head Start, Head Start and other child care settings.
  19. Other duties, both program specific and CAPC related, as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in child development, early childhood education, human development or related field preferred.  Certified Pediatric First Aid & CPR.

Experience:  Two years of relevant experience teaching/working with children (ages 3-5) and families in an early education or human services setting. 

Knowledge of:  Childhood development and child abuse issues.

Ability to:  Problem solve, manage crisis, and work with families and young children of various cultures from low socio-economic backgrounds, demonstrate capacity to work with families in a matter that is empathetic, nonjudgmental, respectful, and professional.  Demonstrate a willingness to work primarily in the homes of families residing in high-risk communities.  Possess knowledge and understanding of adult principles and learning styles; child growth and development; attachment; and early mental health.  Be flexible and receptive to change. 

Technical Skills:  Basic computer skills to include MS Outlook and Internet usage.

Condition of Employment:  Unless mutually agreed upon, and consistent with funding source requirements, employment with the CAPC requires a clearance from the Department of Justice, the FBI and CACI (through submitted fingerprints). 

Additionally, ECE staff are required to show proof of vaccination against Hepatitis B (consistent with Cal OSHA regulations).

The employee is required to provide proof of immunizations records for Pertussis, Measles (unless a written statement form the employee’s physician that there is a medical reason not to vaccinate the employee), an annual record of Flu immunization (or a signed statement from the employee that they have declined to be vaccinated against the flu), and a T.B. clearance (checked every two years). 

The employee must have a car, a valid driver’s license, and proof of on-going automobile insurance and must provide annually, a DMV record report compliant with the Agency’s liability insurance requirements. 

The employee must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with clients and co-workers in a compassionate, non-discriminatory, non-judgmental manner.  Position is dependent on continued funding and is an at-will position.  Available to work on evenings and weekends as required by supervisor.

Physical Demands:  In order to perform the job duties associated with this position, the employee is regularly required to use his/her hands to finger, handle, grasp objects, tools and/or controls.  The ability to talk, sit, stand, crouch, squat, walk, and hear well is necessary.  The employee may also be required to reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crawl, or crouch.  Repetitively lift from floor to waist and/or move 30 pounds.  Visual ability to judge distance, color, focus, and see peripheral objects is also necessary. Mental ability to handle commotion, high noise levels, and pressures of Children’s Center on a daily basis, and assume responsibility for safety and welfare of children in a variety of settings, including but not limited to the classroom, playground and community.

Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by every CAPC employee.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Stockton, CA 95201 2018-09-25 View
Comprehensive Services Manager - Project – TEMPORARY Contra Costa County - EHSD / Community Servies Bureau

Under general supervision, the Comprehensive Services Manager plans, coordinates, and manages a program of comprehensive services that include the delivery of health, mental health, disabilities, nutrition, education, parent involvement, and social services to federal and state program-eligible families and their children 0-5 of age in child care programs and low-income residents of any age in anti-poverty programs; determines and verifies program-eligible families and their children for childcare services and residents for anti-poverty programs, provides program assistance and guidance to the clients, County staff, delegate agencies, and partner agencies as specified; manages subordinate staff; oversees contractors in the provision of direct services, consultation, or training; provides training and technical assistance to staff and parents regarding child development and behavior;  and performs other related work as required. This open position will be assigned to provide support to Disabilities and Mental Health Unit.

Tasks include but not limited to:

 

  • Manage a team of assistant managers and clerks that deliver comprehensive services to children and families
  • Manage and promote team cooperation in providing services including health, mental health, nutrition, disabilities, educational services, and family and community partnerships for childcare
  • Promote integration of health and safety practices into the curriculum and classroom and conduct education meetings and trainings as necessary
  • Analyze demographic and program statistical data to assist in effectively planning and meeting program goals and objectives
  • Make public presentations before community groups and/or conduct workshops on assigned program issues
  • Develop, implement, and maintain community-based partnerships to address the needs of the community as derived from the agency’s community assessment
  • Prepare assigned portion of the federal and state grant applications
  • Develop and recommend implementation of written policies and procedures to ensure that federal, state, and county regulations and requirements are understood and followed by program staff, parents, community partnerships and delegate agencies, and the grantee Operated Program; conduct staff meeting and trainings when required
  • Conduct program self-assessment, review Program Information Report (PIR) data, and participate in budget activities
  • Develop and recommend annual plans, policies, and procedures

Duties specific to Disabilities and Mental Health Unit:

  • Provide program supervision to several Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists that provide assessment and treatment onsite
  • Ensure that all interagency agreements and memoranda of understanding are current and meet all necessary requirements
  • Work with Mental Health Consultants, Teachers, Site Supervisors, and other Comprehensive Services Managers regarding behavioral and mental health issues in the classroom
  • Organize and coordinate the program’s disabilities/mental health services effort which includes recruitment, enrollment, screening, and coordination of specialized services
  • Establish and maintain a tracking system for children with disabilities
  • Develop a system to monitor and ensure the completion of assessments, screenings, and individualized education plans (IEP) and, for children ages 0 to 3, individual family service plans (IFSP)
  • Coordinate, monitor, and evaluate service delivery and follow-up on special education and related services for children with disabilities and children under three years of age identified as at-risk for developmental delay/disability
  • Identify and inform parents of available community and mental health resources; involve parents in planning and implementation of special education services and/or activities
  • Track and monitor mental health activities contained in the service plan and coordinate with other staff to ensure follow through
  • Maintain and monitor a system to link children and families with community mental health services
  • Monitor, analyze, and implement changes in the special education regulations

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum Experience Required:

3 years of full time or the equivalent working in a Head Start or Child Development Program, and 1 year of the required years of experience must have included responsibilities of mental health, disabilities, or related subject area.

Education:

BA from an accredited college or university (major in: Social Work, Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Public Health, Health Education, Psychology, or other social science disciplines)

Job Type: Temporary

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

Contra Costa County, CA 94520 2018-09-25 View
Home Based Coordinator Child Abuse Prevention Council

JOB REQUISITION #EAR-18-00006

Definition of Classification:

Under the supervision of the Division Manager facilitate healthy parent-child attachment and relationship building, provide or arrange for comprehensive Early Head Start services (including education, health and safety, family support, nutrition, family engagement, and other services appropriate) for assigned families of preschool children served in home based option as defined by the Head Start Performance Standards.  Provide supervision and leadership for other Home Based Teaching Staff.


Description of Duties:

General:

  1. Represent the agency in a consistently professional manner, always modeling a commitment to the agency’s Mission and Values.
  2. Promote and maintain a sense of teamwork between Early Education Services, other CAPC staff, volunteers, Board members, and other individuals relevant to the successful operation of each program.
  3. Develop and maintain mutually beneficial working relationships with other stakeholders to ensure support of the agency’s vision, mission and values.
  4. Maintain compliance and knowledge of all CAPC Policies and Procedures, funding and regulatory rules, and laws that apply to the program contracts and oversight agencies.

Program Specific:

  1. Conduct weekly 90-minute home visits with families and their young children.
  2. Plan home visits and socialization activities according to the adopted curriculum and Head Start Performance Standards.
  3. Facilitate bi-monthly “socialization experiences and other family group activities in partnership with other home visitors and families.
  4. Provide attachment based and parent-child relationship building education and support services to families.
  5. Conduct screenings and ongoing assessment of young children’s development in collaboration with parents; utilize screening results and observations to make appropriate child referrals for support services.  Attend and participate in Child Success Team meetings, IFSP meetings are required.
  6. Collaborate with family to develop appropriate development goals and strategies for each child; update goals and strategies regularly through on going assessment and observation.
  7. Assess family strengths, interests, and needs.  Collaborate with families to establish family development goals that are inclusive of families assessed and expressed needs and interest in the areas relation to family self-sufficiency, child development, and health; document this collaborative process in family partnership agreements.
  8. Promote parental engagement in curriculum planning, program governance, and the overall Child Abuse Prevention Council Program.
  9. Support and advise parents with respect to children’s health status, including medical follow-up, physical health, dental health, mental health, and nutritional intake.
  10. Collaborate with program support staff to plan and provide activities to complete health screening and other health related requirements as established in policies and procedures.
  11. Provide management, crisis intervention, and resource referral services.
  12. Act as a liaison and advocate between community resources and Child Abuse Prevention Council.
  13. Provide transportation resources to families, when appropriate, to and from community events or other activities.
  14. Completed and maintain accurate and timely documentation of home visits, socializations experiences, and other relevant activities.
  15. Implement agency recruitment plan.  Monitor family participation and develop plans with families.
  16. Maintain confidentially of family records and information.
  17. Participate fully in supervision and training experiences.
  18. Collaboration with families and program staff to develop and implement individual child transition plans for children transitioning in and out of Early Head Start, Head Start and other child care settings.
  19. Other duties, both program specific and CAPC related, as assigned.
  20. Supervision, leadership and support to all Early Head Start Home Based staff which includes, but not limited to, monitoring of reports, data entry, application review, attend all necessary meetings and trainings as it pertains to the position.

Minimum Qualifications:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree or higher in child development, early childhood education, human development or related field preferred.  Additionally 3-6 infant and toddler units.  Certified Pediatric First Aid & CPR.

Experience:  Two years of relevant experience teaching/working with children (ages 3-5) and families in an early education or human services setting. 

Knowledge of:  Childhood development and child abuse issues.

Ability to:  Problem solve, manage crisis, and work with families and young children of various cultures from low socio-economic backgrounds, demonstrate capacity to work with families in a matter that is empathetic, nonjudgmental, respectful, and professional.  Demonstrate a willingness to work primarily in the homes of families residing in high-risk communities.  Possess knowledge and understanding of adult principles and learning styles; child growth and development; attachment; and early mental health.  Be flexible and receptive to change. 

Technical Skills:  Basic computer skills to include MS Outlook and Internet usage.

Condition of Employment:  Unless mutually agreed upon, and consistent with funding source requirements, employment with the CAPC requires a clearance from the Department of Justice, the FBI and CACI (through submitted fingerprints).

Additionally, ECE staff are required to show proof of vaccination against Hepatitis B (consistent with Cal OSHA regulations).

The employee is required to provide proof of immunizations records for Pertussis, Measles (unless a written statement form the employee’s physician that there is a medical reason not to vaccinate the employee), an annual record of Flu immunization (or a signed statement from the employee that they have declined to be vaccinated against the flu), and a T.B. clearance (checked every two years). 

The employee must have a car, a valid driver’s license, and proof of on-going automobile insurance and must provide annually, a DMV record report compliant with the Agency’s liability insurance requirements. 

The employee must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with clients and co-workers in a compassionate, non-discriminatory, non-judgmental manner.  Position is dependent on continued funding and is an at-will position.  Available to work on evenings and weekends as required by supervisor.

Physical Demands:  In order to perform the job duties associated with this position, the employee is regularly required to use his/her hands to finger, handle, grasp objects, tools and/or controls.  The ability to talk, sit, stand, crouch, squat, walk, and hear well is necessary.  The employee may also be required to reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crawl, or crouch.  Repetitively lift from floor to waist and/or move 30 pounds.  Visual ability to judge distance, color, focus, and see peripheral objects is also necessary. Mental ability to handle commotion, high noise levels, and pressures of Children’s Center on a daily basis, and assume responsibility for safety and welfare of children in a variety of settings, including but not limited to the classroom, playground and community.

Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by every CAPC employee.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Stockton, CA 95201 2018-09-25 View
Teacher FT (40hrs/ 12 months) CAPE, Inc.

This position pays $18.00 per hour for a 2yr degree in ECD/ $19.00 per hour for a 4yr degree in ECD

Benefits include: up to 15 days of sick, up to 10 days of vacation, 13 paid holidays, 100% monthly medical premium for employee, and tuition reimbursement.

The Teacher works with children individually, and in small and large groups as part of the cooperative classroom team, assisting them in building confidence and increasing self esteem.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Carry out the goals, policies, procedures and activities designed to implement CAPE, Inc. educational objectives, Head Start Performance Standards and CDE Regulations
  • Implement and plan a developmentally appropriate, emergent, anti-bias curriculum, obtaining input from parents and other staff which includes aspects of all relevant Head Start State Preschool components
  • In collaboration with other staff and parents, develop and prepare lesson plans
  • Conduct effective circle time
  • Maintain a stimulating developmentally appropriate classroom environment
  • Conduct assessments on all children
  • Develop individual development plan for all children
  • Conduct and record ongoing observations of children
  • Participate in evaluation sessions to review children’s progress and needs and revise and update curriculum
  • Compile and maintain a portfolio to demonstrate growth and development of skills for each child
  • Observance and application of safety practices at all times

Additional Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Conduct home visits for Head Start and EHS children (minimum twice yearly)
  • Conduct Parent-Teacher conferences (minimum twice yearly)
  • Maintain effective and professional relationships with enrolled families
  • Encourage parent involvement in all phases of the program
  • Ensure that snacks and meals are served “family style” with an adult seated at the table with children
  • Ensure proper storage of food on daily and weekly basis
  • Ensure that children with exceptional needs are fully included in all program activities
  • Adhere to child abuse reporting requirements
  • Maintenance and upkeep of the classroom, the children and the site
  • Meet food handling and safety requirements
  • Diapering and toileting children
  • Effective classroom management

Qualification Requirements

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

  • Effective communication skills – both oral and written
  • Analytic skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Job knowledge
  • Teamwork/Effective interpersonal relationship with co-workers
  • Professionalism
  • Comprehension of job-related responsibilities
  • Detail-oriented
  • Customer service oriented
  • Initiative/Flexibility

Education

  • BA or AA degree in Early Childhood Education or Early Childhood Development or a BA/AA in another field with 30 units in ECE/ECD
  • 3 units in Infant Toddler with an Associate degree (preferred)
  • California Teacher Permit

Other Requirements

  • Possession of a valid California driver’s license, reliable transportation and valid vehicle insurance
  • Ability to work within the philosophy of the CAPE program

Desirable Qualifications

  • Previous experience in a Head Start or State Preschool program
  • Bi-lingual skills; especially Spanish/English, Farsi/English
  • BA degree or in process of completion

Physical Demands

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, bend, sit, use hands and fingers; handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk and hear.
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 20 pounds frequently, and/or up to 50 pounds occasionally.
  • Specific vision ability required for this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
  • The work environment characteristics involve a moderate amount of noise.

Required language:

  • bilingual in Spanish or Farsi desired

Required license or certification:

  • Teacher Permit Required
Livermore, CA 94551 2018-09-25 View
Nurtrition Aide I - Driver Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc.

Summary of Duties

Drives a company vehicle to Head Start centers over specific routes and according to planned time schedules. Transports program materials, equipment, and food supplies and other items to and between Head Start centers, administrative offices, and central kitchen. Knowledge of health and safety standards and procedures in food handling and  food preparation. Knowledge of laws and regulations in operating a motor vehicle; DMV regulations relevant to transporting children.

 

Education

High school diploma or G.E.D equivalent  is required.  Must possess a valid California Food Handler Certificate and/or Card

 

Experience

Minimum of three (3) years of experience in driving a passenger car or one (1) month of work experience in transporting children by school bus in California. 

 

Application Procedures

Applicants interested in the position must complete Plaza de la Raza employment application. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of application materials. Applicants may obtain an employment application from Human Resources department located at 13300 Crossroads Parkway North, Suite 440 City of Industry, CA 91746, or may download the application from the Careers section at www.plazadelaraza.info.

 

Applicants must submit a complete application packet to Human Resources Department via email jobs@pdlr.org or by regular mail to:

 

Plaza de la Raza Child Development Services, Inc.

Human Resources Department

13300 Crossroads Parkway North, Suite 440

City of Industry, CA 91746

 

For more information regarding the position, please visit plazadelaraza.info

Los Angeles, CA 90023 2018-09-25 View
Site Coordinator Child Abuse Prevention Council

JOB REQUISITION# EAR-18-00006

Definition of Classification and Title:

Under supervision of the Division Manager, the Site Coordinator will oversee and manage the successful implementation all components of a quality preschool or Infant/Toddler Child Care Center while working effectively with parents. This includes, but is not limited to any or all of the following: data collection and all accompanying documentation for their classroom, review of staff and children’s files and incorporating individualized and developmentally appropriate practices for all children enrolled in their classroom. The Site Coordinator is responsible for consistent implementation of the curriculum to ensure fidelity. In alignment with the individual and classroom assessments and evaluations, work with the Teaching Team to develop individualized and developmentally appropriate learning activities for all children enrolled in their classroom. The Site Coordinator is responsible for supervising the teaching staff and promoting the success of the teaching team by adhering to all policies and procedures, and working to maintain compliance with all Licensing and funding regulations.


Description of Duties:

General:

  1. Represent the agency in a consistently professional manner, always modeling a commitment to the agency’s Mission and Values.
  2. Promote and maintain a sense of teamwork between Early Education Services, other CAPC staff, volunteers, Board members, and other individuals relevant to the successful operation of each program.
  3. Develop and maintain mutually beneficial working relationships with other stakeholders to ensure support of the agency’s vision, mission and values.
  4. Maintain compliance and knowledge of all CAPC Policies and Procedures, funding and regulatory rules, and laws that apply to the program contracts and oversight agencies.

Program Specific: 

Provide for the health, safety, and nutrition of children

  • Supervise children at all times to ensure a safe environment according to Cal OSHA Guidelines (SB198) Plan, Licensing 22 and Title 5 standards.
  • Complete Child Care Center Operations and Record Keeping Orientation. Documentation of completion must be provided. (Online or In-Person)
  • Implement healthy practices within the classroom environment using universal health precautions including but not limited to washing hands, using appropriate gloves, changing diapers/clothing in a timely manner, dispensation of authorized medications.
  • Keeping accurate emergency information and authorizations for all children.
  • Maintain current CPR and First Aid Pediatric Certification.
  • Completion of the Preventative Health and Safety Training for Childcare providers including the Nutrition component.
  • Provide food service support (serving and cleaning) for meals, snacks, and other activities according to accepted practices.
  • Implement Center’s Plan for medical and disaster related emergencies according to (SB198) guidelines.
  • Communicate all family updates to the Program manager and/or Program Director.
  • Maintaining all nutrition documentation on all children less than 12 months old.
  • Planning and implementation of lesson plans that reflect the value statement and philosophy of the Agency integrating indoor and outdoor environments.
  • Developing and implementing age appropriate literacy rich classroom environments which include displays of children’s work and attractive interest centers.
  • Encourage and model language expansion, extended learning and problem-solving strategies throughout the day.
  • Lead teaching team in maintaining ongoing developmental records for each child, including: child observation notes and completion of developmental profile (DRDP+).
  • Ensure screenings, assessments, observations and other required documentation is completed and submitted per agency requirements

Provide Early Childhood Programming

  • Ensure center personnel policies are followed.
  • Lead and conduct classroom team staff meetings on a monthly basis.
  • Physically and mentally capable to responsibly and professionally assist children and ensure their safety in a variety of settings, including but not limited to classroom, playground, and in the community.
  • Record statistics and compile reports required by funding sources.
  • Network with other community agencies and participate when requested, in community and health fairs and other events designed to promote CAPC programs.
  • Supervision of teaching staff and classroom volunteers.
  • Other duties, both program specific and CAPC related, as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development, Early Childhood Educations, Social Services, Administration or a closely related field Desired; An Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood or Child Development is allowable.

Must have 6 units in Child Care Admin and 3 Units in Adult Supervision. Appropriate ECE units to hold or obtain (within 6 months of hire) and must provide a receipt of the application for a Site Supervisor permit (or higher).

Additionally, three Infant/Toddler units are required if working with children birth to three; preferably, six units of Infant/Toddler Development.

Experience: Five years of relevant experience teaching/working with children (ages 0 to 5) and families with a minimum of three years supervisory experience.

Knowledge of: Childhood development and child abuse issues.

Ability to: Gather and analyze data; organize and write reports, read, understand, interpret and apply pertinent rules and regulations; express oneself clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain working relationships with others; present oneself professionally. Present the agency approved curriculum in group, classroom and one-on-one settings. Engage students in interactive and developmentally appropriate learning experiences.

Technical Skills: Basic computer skills to include MS Outlook and Internet usage.

Condition of Employment

Background Clearance: Unless mutually agreed upon, and consistent with funding source requirements, employment with the CAPC requires a clearance from the Department of Justice, the FBI and CACI (through submitted fingerprints).'

Immunizations: The employee is required to provide proof of immunizations records for Pertussis, Measles (unless a written statement form the employee’s physician that there is a medical reason not to vaccinate the employee), an annual record of Flu immunization (or a signed statement from the employee that they have declined to be vaccinated against the flu), and a T.B. clearance (checked every four years). Additionally, ECE staff are required to show proof of vaccination against Hepatitis B (consistent with Cal OSHA regulations).

CPR/First Aid Pediatric Certification: The employee must be CPR/First Aid Pediatric certified within 30 days of hire and maintain current certification.

15 Hours of Health & Safety/1 Hour of Nutrition: The employee must complete 15 hours of health & safety and 1 hour of nutrition within 90 days of hire.

Valid Driver’s License: The employee must have a car, a valid driver’s license. Unless otherwise approved by a manager.

Current Auto Insurance: Proof of on-going automobile insurance. Unless otherwise approved by a manager.

Interpersonal Skills & Communication: The employee must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with clients and co-workers in a compassionate, non-discriminatory, non-judgmental manner.

Funding: Position is dependent on continued funding and is an at-will position.

Availability: Available to work on evenings and weekends as required by supervisor.

Physical Demands: In order to perform the job duties associated with this position, the employee is regularly required to use his/her hands to finger, handle, grasp objects, tools and/or controls. The ability to talk, sit, stand, crouch, squat, walk, and hear well is necessary. The employee may also be required to reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crawl, or crouch. Repetitively lift from floor to waist and/or move 30 pounds. Visual ability to judge distance, color, focus, and see peripheral objects is also necessary. Mental ability to handle commotion, high noise levels, and pressures of Children’s Center on a daily basis, and assume responsibility for safety and welfare of children in a variety of settings, including but not limited to the classroom, playground and community.

Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by every CAPC employee. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Stockton, CA 95201 2018-09-25 View
Child-Care Center Director I/II/III (Site Supervisor I, II, III) - TEMP Contra Costa County-EHSD/Community Services Bureau

We are looking for great candidates to apply for our temporary (substitute) Child-Care Center Director I/II/III (Early Childhood Site Supervisor I/II/III) positions!

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

• Ensures that daily staffing requirements and child/staff ratios are met at all times

• Provides guidance and supervision to teaching and support staff as required

• Ensures compliance with State licensing, Federal requirements, and contract requirements -Reviews instructional programs to ensure compliance with State and Federal requirements and developmentally appropriate practices

• Makes recommendations on staffing, program and expenditures, and maintains inventory documents

• Assists in interviewing, hiring, training, evaluating, and mentoring staff

• Monitors parent involvement through individual and group contacts and meetings

• Prepares and submits accurate and timely reports and correspondence as required

• Maintains effective community relations, and advocates for young children

• Interviews and certifies parent eligibility for services

• Ensures maintenance of required children, family, and program files

• Ensures appropriate career development for self and staff and maintains documentation as needed

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

• Reports unusual incidents to Community Care Licensing and to supervisors as required. Complies with standards of conduct as required by Federal, State, and County regulations

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

Compensation:

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

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

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

Job Type: Temporary (Substitute)

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum Experience Required:

Child-Care Center Director I (Site Supervisor I): two (2) years of full-time (or the equivalent of full-time) experience as a Teacher in a publicly funded preschool or child development program Child-Care Center Director II (Site Supervisor II): two (2) years of full time or its equivalent experience as a Child-Care Center Director or Site Supervisor in a publicly funded preschool or child development program Child-Care Center Director III (Site Supervisor III): four (4) years of full time or its equivalent experience as a Child-Care Center Director or Site Supervisor in a publicly funded preschool or child development program

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

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

Contra Costa County , CA 94520 2018-09-24 View
Child-Care Center Director II (EC Supervisor II) Contra Costa County - EHSD / Community Services Bureau

We are looking for great candidates to apply for our permanent Child-Care Center Director II (Early Childhood Site Supervisor II position!

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

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

Here are some of the many benefits of working with our agency:

•Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, and Training/Education Reimbursement •Paid Vacation, Sick Leave, Personal Holiday Accrual, and 10 Paid County Holidays •Quality Matters 4 and 5 Star Centers (Local Quality Rating & Improvement System) •National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Accredited •Nationally and Regionally Recognized for High-Quality ECE Services •Comprehensive Services Unit to Support Wide Variety of Clients’ Needs

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education: BA in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or related field preferred. Please see complete job description at www.cccounty.us/hr for minimum qualifications.

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

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

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

Contra Consta County, CA 94520 2018-09-24 View
Child Nutrition Food Services Transporter - TEMP Contra Costa County-EHSD/Community Services Bureau

Responsibilities:

  • Assists in the packaging of meals for transport to remote sites
  • Drives a delivery truck in transporting meals and paper supplies
  • Loads and unloads meals and supplies and keeps records of deliveries
  • Pick up and deliver laundry & mail
  • Sweeps and wet mops floors, empty garbage
  • Inspects condition of vehicle & reports maintenance needs
  • Keeps interior of vehicle clean & orderly
  • Perform other duties & off-site culinary services as required

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma, G.E.D. or High School Proficiency Certificate
  • One (1) year full time experience in driving a vehicle for a professional service and/or agency
  • Valid California Vehicle Operator License maintained at all times
  • Successfully pass a physical exam, TB and Department of Justice fingerprint clear

Visit www.cccounty.us/hr for a complete job description or call 925-608-5020 for an application.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Compensation: $11.46 - $13.93 an hour depending on experience.

Job Type: Temporary

Salary: $11.46 to $13.93 /hour

Contra Costa County, CA 94520 2018-09-24 View
Teacher (Req# 250) Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo (CAPSLO)

Position Summary:
Provides care and education for children and their families in a child care center. Responsible for the implementation of the program in an assigned classroom and center. Supervises Instructional Assistants and Associate Teachers in the classroom setting per Center Supervisor.

Minimum Educational and Experience Requirements:
Teacher I:

  • AA/AS (2) (6) • 24 units ECE/CD (1) (4)
  • 6 months year related teaching exp. (3)
  • RCCP, Teacher Permit or higher (5) 

Teacher II:

  • BA/BS (2) (6)
  • 12 units ECE/CD (1) (4)
  • 1 year related teaching exp. (3)
  • 3 units Supervised Field Experience
  • Teacher Permit or higher (5) *Experience working with children with disabilities desirable. 

   (1) Units in ECE/CD include coursework in early childhood education/child development and at least one course in each of the following core areas:
- child/human growth and development
- child, family and community, or child and family relations;
- programs/curriculum. Must have received passing grade of “C” or better or credit.
   (2) Degree must include sixteen diversified semester units in general education (i.e., at least one course in each of the following areas: Humanities and/or Fine Arts, Social Sciences, Math and/or Science and English/Language Arts.
   (3) Experience must be in a licensed day care center, comparable home day care or group child care program for children ages 0 - 5 under the supervision of a person who would qualify as a Center Supervisor. College internships and labs served in a licensed day care center will count as experience. (4) For infant/toddler center(s), 3 units in infant/toddler development and/or programs must be included as part of the course work requirement for all of the above.
   (5) Must hold appropriate Children’s Center Permit or qualify for an appropriate Children’s Center Permit prior to beginning employment and apply within 60 days of commencing employment. State Child Development program requires permit be held prior to beginning employment (Temporary County Certificates also acceptable).
   (6) MSHS, HS, EHS programs require AA/AS or BA/BS in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or closely related field including coursework equivalent to 24 units ECE/CD. Please submit transcripts with employment application showing relevant Child Development or Early Childhood Education coursework and general education classes. Transcripts may be copies or unofficial. 

Physical and Environmental Requirements:
Position requires intermittent sitting, standing, walking, twisting, and bending. Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Simple grasping and hand manipulation required as well as reaching above below shoulder level. Requires working outdoors, as well as indoors in temperature-controlled environment with some exposure to copier and printer chemicals/fumes. Must be able to withstand exposure to noise in a daycare environment.

 

Santa Ana, CA 92701 2018-09-24 View
Site Supervisor Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Seeking passionate candidates for our Santa Barbara Center.

 

As the team leader you will have the rewarding experience of leading a talented team to provide foundational care and education daily for children and families.

REQUIRES: Bachelors in ECE with 12 ECE units, including core courses and 3 units of supervised field experience in ECE and 2 year experience in child development program.Must obtain Child Development Site Supervisor Permit within 6 months of employment. 

Our offer includes generous pay/benefits and now offering a Location Stipend for all teaching staff in Goleta, Santa Barbara & Carpinteria Centers; tuition and training assistance; a starring role in a stable non-profit; and the chance to contribute your talent in a 50 year old evidence-based ECE program making a difference in America!

Santa Barbara, CA 93101 2018-09-24 View
Early Head Start - Child Development Specialist Crystal Stairs, Inc.

EHS Child Development Specialist

 

Crystal Stairs is one of the largest private non-profit child development corporations in the State of California. We help families locate affordable and appropriate childcare through a variety of services, working with childcare providers, educators, advocates, and community members to positively impact the lives of more than 30,000 children each year.

We are looking for a dedicated and community minded EHS Child Development Specialist to provide high quality services to our Family Child Care Home (FCCH) Programs and service children from birth to kindergarten age.

Candidates must be able to ensure all comprehensive Head Start services are integrated with the FCCH and approach the families’ needs holistically ensuring full integration of health, nutrition, mental health, disabilities, parent involvement and social services. Success in this role will rely heavily upon the candidate’s knowledge of adult learning principles, and having or quickly developing a workable knowledge of regulatory agencies and the role they play in Head Start and Early Head Start.

A BA degree in Early Childhood Education, Social Work, Human Development or a related field with knowledge of child development from birth to 3 is the educational requirement for this role. The applicants must also either carry a California Commission of Teachers Teacher Permit or be eligible to obtain. Strong computer skills, the ability to adapt, a minimum of two years (2) experience in a state funded child care program and supporting and empowering families is a necessity.

 

The EHS Child Development Specialist is required to:

  • Responsible to provide Early Head Start services to a minimum of 12 children in a FCCH setting
  • Identify/collect and provide resource materials regarding local services available to families
  • Engage families in goal setting process and support decisions that will improve the conditions and quality of life for all family members
  • Workable knowledge of assessment tools including but not limited to DRDP’s and Individual Development Plans or any other goal setting process
  • Establish trusting and culturally responsible relationships with FCCH providers and work with each family to ensure that child(ren) meet all the start Well Child standards

Special Requirements

  • Must have reliable transportation and possess a valid California Driver License in good standing with DMV required; current liability insurance
  • Must meet State health requirements to include passing a physical examination as condition of employment, Live Scan, TB clearance and required vaccinations.

 

Thank you for your interest in Crystal Stairs, Inc. Only candidates that meet the criteria outlined above will be contacted.

  

For more information about Crystal Stairs, Inc. please visit our website at: www.crystalstairs.org

Los Angeles, CA 90056 2018-09-24 View
Teacher Assistant - Infant & Toddler Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Part-time, 30 hours/week, with benefits available in Carpinteria. Now offering a Location Stipend for all teaching staff in Goleta, Santa Barbara & Carpinteria Centers!

Under the supervision of a Site Supervisor,assists classroom Teachers in providing for the responsive care and education of children ages six (6) weeks to thirty-six (36) months in a CAC Early Head Start center.

Child Development Teacher Assistant Permit or higher from California Commission on Teacher Credentialing and enrolled in a Child Development Associate credential program to be completed within two (2) years of hire.  6 units in infant/toddler development required; new hires may complete after hire by enrolling in infant/ toddler development coursework within 3 months of hire and must successfully complete 6 units of infant/toddler development coursework within one year of hire.

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

Substitute positions always available.

Carpinteria, CA 93013 2018-09-24 View
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