Site Supervisor (Head Start)

Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County - Santa Barbara, CA

Full-time position with benefits (medical, dental, vision/sick, vacation & holiday pay/Retirement Plan).

Site Supervisor working in Goleta, Santa Barbara & Carpinteria area will receive an additional $300 location stipend per month!

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: BA 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; 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!

How to Apply

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Contact Info

Agency Recruiter: Dianna Reveles, dreveles@cacsb.com, (805) 964-8857 x 1116

Job Details

Category: Program Administration

Type: FT

Location: Santa Barbara, CA

Salary: Competitive Salary

Posted On: August 9th, 2018

Agency Details

Website: http://www.cacsb.org

CAC is a private non-profit that provides early childhood education, youth mentoring, healthy meals, home safety and energy conservation services, and utility payment assistance for low-income individuals and families in Santa Barbara County.

CAC:

  • Assists over 12,000 people in Santa Barbara County each year
  • Operates 26 Head Start and Early Head Start Centers
  • Serves over 500,000 healthy meals to low-income children and seniors each year
  • Provides energy services to over 1,000 low-income homes per year
  • Helps over 500 children avoid entering the foster care system each year