Inclusion Support Facilitator
Under general supervision of the Inclusion Manager, the Inclusion Support Facilitator plans, evaluates, and implements appropriate educational strategies in classroom activities for children with developmental differences and behaviors that impede successful inclusion in the classroom. Coaches, models and provides feedback to teachers on appropriate strategies in behavioral and/or classroom management. Supports parents in the process of getting children assessed through the LEA or other appropriate services and ensures appropriate supports for successful inclusion are considered and provided in the Head Start classroom.
Requirements:Bachelor degree in Early Childhood Education, child development, psychology, special education or related field required. Bilingual Spanish/Vietnamese preferred. Minimum of 5 years experience working in an early childhood setting directly with children birth to 5 years. Training in Applied Behavior Analysis and/or experience with Autism preferred.
We offer a salary range of $25.00 to $27.50 per hour and excellent benefits in addition to the opportunity to serve families and children in Orange County.
Final filing date: Friday, January 31, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
Apply now to join our team! Submit an application, resume and transcripts to:
Orange County Head Start Inc.
2501 S. Pullman Street, Suite 100
Santa Ana, CA 92705
For further information and additional career opportunities, please visit the careers section on our website at www.ochsinc.org or call our Human Resources Department at 714-241-8920.
Email, mail or fax application with proof of degree and credentials
Category: Health Services
Location: Orange County, CA
Salary: 25.00 - 27.50
Posted On: January 15th, 2020
Would you like to make difference in the lives of Orange County’s most vulnerable children?
As a non-profit organization, Orange County Head Start, Inc. (OCHS) serves preschoolers, infants, toddlers, pregnant women and families throughout Orange County, including families on public assistance, children with disabilities, from homeless and foster families, and teen parents. OCHS’s programs and services promote school readiness, early reading, science, mathematics, social skills and physical development. Through the additional support of comprehensive services, including health, nutrition, mental health and family partnership building, parents are empowered as leaders and advocates for their children’s education, families’ success, and betterment of the communities.