The Instructional After School Aide reports to the School Instructor and assists in providing services to school age students grades Kindergarten to Middle School and is responsible for carrying out the after-school program activities to include program planning, supervision and tutoring of an assigned group of students. Click below to view the full job description. After School Instructional Aide
Keeps records of ﬁnancial transactions for the Agency. Using calculator and computer performs general or routine accounting functions, such as verifying, allocating and posting business transactions. Click below to view the full job description. Bookkeeper II
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Level I: A minimum of an Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education or an Associates Degree in a related field or Child Development Associate (National CDA) Certification with 30 hours of college credits, preferably in education/early childhood development. Level II: A minimum of a Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education with two (2) years of teaching experience or a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education or related field. Level III: A minimum of a Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field with a state teacher certification.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE High School Diploma or General Development Diploma (GED) and one or more years child care experience in a school setting and 45 hours of DCF training requirements. OR High School Diploma or General Development Diploma (GED) and a Child Development Associate (CDA) or additional education in an accredited institution of higher learning, such as an Associates of Arts Degree in Early Childhood, may be substituted for experience. 45 hours DCF training requirements.
Caregiver is the primary provider for small groups of infants and toddlers in an assigned classroom. This position plans and implements a developmentally appropriate program geared toward infants and toddlers as required by the Head Start Performance Standards. This position arranges and maintains learning centers and classroom in an attractive, safe and developmentally appropriate manner. Implements the daily curriculum to stimulate emotional, physical, social and intellectual development; provides varied opportunities for sensory-motor and creative development; provides ongoing opportunities for first hand experiences; and encourages children to observe, explore, discover and assist in gaining a sense of achievement and self-worth. Click below to view the full job description. Caregiver
Facilitates food service operations with Child Development Services Managers. Provides program oversight. Responsible for monitoring all food service, expenditures, eligibility, centralized purchasing of food and non-food items related to CCFP food services operation, and oversees and provides training as needed for food menus planning. Click below to view the full job description. Food Services Coordinator