Cook I-II / Temporary

North Coast Opportunities - Fort Bragg, CA

NCO Head Start Child Development Program

Recruiting for Fort Bragg, CA:

Cook I-II  / Temporary

(Bilingual Preferred, CA Driver License Required)

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

Open Until Filled

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

How to Apply

https://www.ncoinc.org/about-us/jobs/

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Contact Info

humanresources@ncoinc.org or (707)467-3200

Job Details

Category: Operations/Facilities

Type: FT

Location: Fort Bragg, CA

Salary: 13.00 - 14.95

Posted On: December 20th, 2019

Agency Details

Website: https://www.ncoinc.org/

North Coast Opportunities, Inc. (NCO) is a Community Action Agency that serves Lake and Mendocino Counties, as well as parts of Humboldt, Sonoma, Del Norte, and Solano Counties. NCO was established in 1968 as part of President Johnson's War on Poverty, with the mission of assisting low-income and disadvantaged people to become self-reliant. NCO employs approximately 250 people, has an annual budget of approximately $22 million, and has successfully managed major grants from federal, state, and foundation funders.

NCO is a proud member of the Community Action Partnership, America's Poverty Fighting Network. 

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The Head Start Child Development Program (HSCDP) is a comprehensive, family-focused child development program providing health, mental health, nutrition, education, disabilities services, and other services to families. The program focuses on positive child and family outcomes to close the achievement gap, and to build a better future for children, families, and communities served by the Head Start Child Development Program.

We serve low-income pregnant women and children birth to five years of age.  Ten percent of the program’s enrollment must be children with a certified disability. Another ten percent of our enrollment may be children whose family income exceeds the federal poverty guidelines.