Provide or support center-based care of infants and toddlers so as to enhance their physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development; provide social service visits for families to support parents in the care, nurturing and coordination of health services for their infants and toddlers; and help parents address family needs and goals. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related education field and relevant work experience including training in infant and toddler development or a bachelor’s degree in social work, human services, family services, counseling or related field, and relevant work experience including training in infant and toddler development. Also preferred are experience in curriculum planning and implementation, child outcome assessment, and working with children with special needs. 32 hours per week, full year. Starting wage upon completion of 60-working day period: $20.28–24.22/hour, depending upon qualifications. Health plan and excellent benefits.
Successful applicants must have excellent verbal and written communication skills– bilingual abilities a plus; skills in documentation and record-keeping; proficiency in Microsoft Word, email and internet; exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail. Must be energetic, positive, mature, professional, diplomatic, motivated, and have a can-do, extra-mile attitude. A commitment to social justice and to working with families with limited financial resources is necessary. Clean driving record and access to reliable transportation required. Must demonstrate physical ability to carry out required tasks. Please specify site/location and submit resume and cover letter with three work references. No phone calls, please.