Disabilities/Mental Health Coordinator

El Dorado County Office of Education - Placerville, CA

Under the supervision of the Director of Child Development or designee, the Disabilities/Mental Health Coordinator ensures that the programs adhere to the Head Start Act regulations/ Performance Standards, and state and local requirements regarding mental health and special needs services for young children birth to five years old.


This position is distinguished by employment being determined by Policy Council for the portion paid with Head Start/Early Head Start Funds. Continued operation of the Head Start/Early Head Start Program and employment of staff is dependent on the availability of Federal Funding.

**English/Spanish Bilingual Preferred**



A combination of formal education, life experience and work experience are considered when evaluating qualifications.

- A Bachelor’s degree or above in Child Development, Special Education, Social Work or related field is required

- A valid Child Development Permit (minimum of Site Supervisor level) is required

- Knowledge of Special Education & Mental Health services for children birth to five years old

- A minimum of three years recent experience working with families and children is required.

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Job Details

Category: Management

Type: FT

Location: Placerville, CA

Salary: 60057.00 - 73001.00

Posted On: August 10th, 2020

Agency Details

Website: http://edcoe.org

At our core, EDCOE supports the diverse educational needs of El Dorado County’s student population not only in schools but throughout the community. Our leadership provides students with progressive and engaging learning experiences, while facilitating collaboration that maximizes resources for school districts and the county alike. Our goal is to deliver educational excellence through responsible, cost-effective centralized services in order to meet regulatory and educational standards in a safe, successful, educational environment for all of our children. Students, parents, educators and the community are invited to learn more about our services, programs, opportunities and innovations offered and available to prepare students for future success.