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Site Director

Type: Full-Time   |   County: San Mateo   |   Agency: Footsteps Child Care Inc.

Description: This is an exempt status, full-time, benefited, year-round position. Annual salary is commensurate with experience, years of service and educational background. Footsteps Child Care, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

QUALIFICATIONS
- Must have prior experience as an Assistant Director or Site Director; minimum of 3+ years.
- Must meet state licensing qualifications for Director, including 3 units of supervision coursework.
- If working at a State Preschool Site, must also have a current Site Supervisor Permit.
- Must have a minimum of four years’ experience teaching School Age children or infant/toddler/preschool children in a child care setting.
- Preferred success with desired results utilizing assessment tools such as CLASS, ECERS/ITERS, DRDP, etc.
- Tech-savvy; Proficient with all Microsoft Office applications. In addition, proven ability to create professional written means of communication via email, flyers, presentations, etc.
- Demonstrated skills in effective verbal communication (1:1, teambuilding, presentations, etc.).
- BA/BS or above, in a subject relating to working with children, preferred.
- Possess a valid California Teaching Credential, Site Supervisor Permit, Child Care Certificate, or other related credentialing (preferred), including School Age, Preschool or Infant-Toddler Permit requirements as required.
- Proven ability to work effectively and professionally in a supervisory capacity with staff, substitutes, volunteers, parents, and children.
- Current Pediatric First Aid/CPR Certification and completed Health and Safety Training or willingness to obtain.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
- Oversee day to day operation of the Program Site including maintaining a harmonious and efficient work environment.
- Facilitate administrative responsibilities for Program Site, including maintaining compliance with Community Care Licensing and Council on Accreditation, monitoring office and classroom coverage, and reviewing children’s progress.
- Fiscal responsibilities for Program Site.
- Supervision, management, and evaluation of Program Site employees.
- Enforcement of rules and regulations, performance management, etc.
- Curriculum – supervision, implementation and evaluation.
- Excellent leadership skills to inspire staff to work diligently and professionally with each other, the children and the families.
- Families - Outreach, site tours, orientation, and communication.
- Sets and maintains appropriate standards for children's discipline and behavior standards using non-punitive methods.
- Assist staff in resolving conflicts between children and communicating with families.
- Develops, maintains, and provides periodic testing of emergency response plan.
- Develops a working and effective Site Council and attends Board Meetings on alternate months.
- Provides support and back-up for classrooms as needed (break etc.), including performing as teacher when necessary.
- Develops and maintains effective working relationship with host school or site.
- Represents the program and the organization in the community.
- Continues to develop professional self and recommends/assigns classes to staff.
- Participate in Fundraising and Development for organization.
- Able to lift 40 lbs.
- Other responsibilities as required or assigned.

BENEFITS
- After Thirty (30) Days of employment, employee will receive holiday pay for company-designated holidays.
- After Ninety (90) days of successful employment, employee becomes eligibe...
1) For fully paid health, dental, life and vision coverage
2) To accrue Vacation and Sick Pay
3) To participate in our 403(b) Retirement Plan with a 2% match after one year of successful employment
4) To join Aflac’s Supplemental Insurance Plan

Head Start Director

Type: Full-Time   |   County: Fresno   |   Agency: Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission

Description: The Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission Head Start Program is seeking a dynamic, motivated, and experienced professional to become an integral part of our team. Reporting to the Chief Program Officer, this position will provide direction and leadership for the entire Head Start Program. Specifically, the Head Start Director will oversee more than 500 staff, provide academic and social support services to over 2,500 low-income, pre-school children and their families, and manage a budget of over $29 million.

Position Outcomes
A successful Head Start Director will:
• Ensure that all Head Start program services, including academic, curricular, nutrition, center-based and home-based services, and family engagement services, are strategically operationalized and executed; and ensure that all legal and fiscal compliance is appropriately managed
• Ensure that the Head Start Program is strategically positioned for the future, with a focus on adherence to and compliance with new, national Performance Standards and all other regulatory agencies, offices, and funding partnerships
• Ensure all relationships with parents, staff, community partners, and stakeholders are sensitively and thoughtfully managed and stewarded to ensure the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission and Head Start program continues to hold a respected and positive reputation in the Fresno community.

Key Responsibilities
In order to achieve the preceding outcomes, this hire will have responsibility in the following areas:
Programmatic and Staff Leadership
• Provide guidance and leadership to more than 500 staff, demonstrating professionally caring relationships with parents and families, modeling the importance of data-driven goals and performance monitoring, and emphasizing high program quality
• Appropriately and thoughtfully delegate responsibilities for programmatic and operational leadership to staff and ensure accountability standards are in place to monitor and evaluate staff performance
• Hire, develop, manage, and evaluate staff at all levels of the program and ensure programmatic goals and agency performance standards and evaluation processes are understood

Fiscal and Grant Management
• Oversee the development and monitoring of the Head Start Program budget, Head Start federal grant, and other grants, in partnership with Fresno EOC fiscal staff
• Manage and respond to changes in grant application and monitoring submission guidelines, in partnership with any technical assistance providers and Fresno EOC fiscal staff
• Partner with consultants and staff on routine needs and community assessments

Public Relations and Community Engagement
• Represent the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission and report on progress and goals of the Head Start Program to parents, staff, community groups, the Board of Commissioners, funding partners, and other stakeholders
• Establish and maintain relationships and collaborations with public school districts, systems of higher education, and other community agencies, partners, and stakeholder groups in the community to foster collaboration related to early childhood education and other related initiatives
• Serve as a member of the Senior Leadership team and provide input regarding direction of the Agency and development of strategic goals and objectives

Qualifications
• Significant early childhood, curriculum and/or education leadership and administration experience with knowledge of the new Head Start Performance Standards
• Significant experience with leadership, oversight, and management of large, diverse, and high-performing staff
• Demonstrated cross-cultural sensitivity, able to relate to and communicates with people of all backgrounds and communities, regardless of ethnic, racial, sexual, religious background, or socio-economic status
• Extensive knowledge of principles and practices of early childhood and infant development
• Mission-driven educator, committed to leading effective programs that support the reduction of poverty in a community
• Ability to thrive in a mission-driven, visionary, and entrepreneurial environment, able so strategically lead as well as tactically support and operate agency causes and efforts as needed
• Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree in education or related field strongly preferred
• Bilingual skills strongly preferred

Summer Camp Staff

Type: Seasonal   |   County: Santa Clara   |   Agency: Hidden Villa Summer Camp

Description: Our programs are social and environmental justice themed and serve a range of age groups. Our campers range from Pre-K to seniors in high school and will participate in activities such as craft making, gardening, archery, milking cows, and backpacking. We offer both Day Camps and Residential Camps. Most staff members are residential and as such are provided sleeping space and meals. Our season runs from June 2nd-August 19th.

Summer 2017 Camp Positions

Type: Seasonal   |   County: San Mateo   |   Agency: JCC Maccabi Sports Camp

Description:
Basic info:
• Generally needed from June 11 - July 30 (see job descriptions for specific dates)
• Be part of a fun, supportive, immersive community
• All positions are salaried and include room and board (most jobs require living at camp, some exceptions)
• Camp is at Menlo College in the Palo Alto area (Northern California)
• 75 - 85 degrees everyday! What's better than working at summer camp and wearing shorts everyday!
• Candidates of all backgrounds are welcome and encouraged to apply, being Jewish is not a requirement to work at our camp

Positions Available:

Head Coaches for Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Softball, Girls Lacrosse, Track & Field (separate positions) - Our head coaches typically coach at the college, high school or club level and have experience working with players of all ages

Division Leader/Unit Head - great job for a teacher, guidance counselor, or veteran overnight camp person (several years as a counselor) someone who has experience working with children of all ages

Counselor & Assistant Coach/Specialist - must be 18 years old (or graduated HS), experience working with kids, all counselors will also take on a specialty role but are not required to have a sports background. Most counselors also serve as assistant coaches in one of our core sports. Those who are not assigned to be assistant coaches will support the programmatic or administrative side of camp, lead electives, lifeguard, etc.

Photographer/Videographer/Digital Media Specialist - could be one or several people who will help us document camp through pictures and video to be used on our blog, social media, online parent portal, etc. Perfect job for a student currently studying these mediums.

Athletic Trainer - I think this one speaks for itself (must be certified AT)

Songleader - Seeking experienced song leader to be the musical leader of our camp!

Office Administrator - lead staff person in our office, assisting with all the aspects of running the administrative side of camp - supporting logistical, programatic & supply needs, internal and external communications, etc. This position could be filled by person living at camp or commuting locally. Potential to start mid-spring.

More details and full job descriptions can be found at http://www.maccabisportscamp.org/wp/work-at-camp/job-descriptions/

Senior Recreation Leader

Type: Part-Time   |   County: Sacramento   |   Agency: Arcade Creek Recreation and Park District

Description: The senior recreation leader is the site director for our ASES afterschool program. They are responsible for the safety of children, programming, implementation of program, supervision of children, supervision and training of staff, clerical work and meetings as necessary. Also, light custodial duties.

After School Program Aide

Type: Part-Time   |   County: San Mateo   |   Agency: San Carlos School District SMART-E After School Program

Description: The After School Program Aide provides support to the program, specifically interacting and engaging children in play and learning activities. He/she is responsible for the safety and wellness of students. He/she will interact with students, parents, and team members daily.

Program Director

Type: Full-Time   |   County: Santa Clara   |   Agency: Building Futures Now

Description: Position Summary:
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program Director will play a critical role in achieving the vision of BFN through high-quality programs from elementary through high school. The Program Director will serve as the lead in developing the overall strategy, accountability and outcomes of the BFN programs.

Leadership in Program Instruction, Evaluation and Development
• Plan, develop and implement overall strategy of the after-school and summer programs.
• Develop 4th through 12th curriculum, working with BFN teachers to develop stage specific goals and measurable outcomes.
• Ensure quality assessment of programs and students, including reports, tracking and data analysis.
• Manage new student recruitment.
• Refine processes and implement streamlined plan for private school applications, working with elementary and middle school teachers.
• Working with teachers, develop academic program budget and track program expenses.
• Manage parent meetings and family engagement. Build a strong team to lead BFN’s afterschool and summer programs
• Plan, develop and implement overall strategy of the after-school and summer programs.
• Develop 4th through 12th curriculum, working with BFN teachers to develop stage specific goals and measurable outcomes.
• Ensure quality assessment of programs and students, including reports, tracking and data analysis.
• Manage new student recruitment.
• Refine processes and implement streamlined plan for private school applications, working with elementary and middle school teachers.
• Working with teachers, develop academic program budget and track program expenses.
• Manage parent meetings and family engagement. Build a strong team to lead BFN’s afterschool and summer programs
• Build and manage BFN full-time/part-time staff, interns and volunteers.
• Hire, onboard and provide training to direct reports.
• Provide regular coaching, guidance and support to team members.
• Lead some direct service, as needed, including tutoring, teaching, and coordinating family assistance

School and Community Partnerships
• Cultivate and maintain relationships with local and private schools.
• Establish relationships with nonprofits, businesses and local institutions to leverage resources.

Other responsibilities as needed

Qualifications and Experience:
• Commitment to Building Futures Now and its mission.
• Bachelor’s degree or higher, a minimum of 8 years relevant experience preferred. Graduate degrees in education and/or business a plus.
• Teaching and classroom experience required. Teaching credential required.
• Experience working with Elementary, Middle School and/or High School-age children.
• Ability to think strategically and a track record of executing multiple priorities.
• Passionate about working with low-income and diverse populations.
• Demonstrated experience in operations, program management and people development.
• Experienced in hiring, training and managing staff and volunteers.
• Ability to thrive and be flexible in a fast-paced environment while having a sense of humor.
• Effective motivator and team player.
• Demonstrated excellence in interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
• Ability to support students and families in a warm engaging way
• Must have a dependable car, valid driver’s license, and proof of insurance.
• Computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
• Fluency in Spanish preferred.

Our Benefits:
Building Futures Now is committed to creating an environment that is supportive of learning and development. Our investment in staff includes: medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, 10 paid holidays and vacations, participation in a 401(k) Plan, professional development opportunities and a flexible work environment.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Specialty Summer Camp Staff

Type: Seasonal   |   County: San Francisco   |   Agency: Open Mind/Katherine Michiels School

Description: Come join us a Katherine Michiels Schoolt (KMS) this summer for fun and adventure for children age 5-11! At KMS you will find 2-week and 4-week options for compelling, innovative, solution based, amazing camp sessions with old and new friends. Our experienced, KMS Trained teachers and counselors will focus on getting to know each camper. Together everyone will delve deeper into topics as co-learners.

We are looking for talented, well-skilled, yet fun summer staff. The positions that are currently open are:

- De Colores Spanish Teacher (Must be a native Spanish speaker)
- Science Teacher
- Art Maker Teacher
- After Care Staff

KMS Summer Camp follows the Reggio Emilia approach (hands on, child led, project based) and we are looking for teachers who can teach within a learning community.

Please visit out website for more information: www.kmsofsf.org

Recreation Specialist

Type: Seasonal   |   County: Alameda   |   Agency: Hayward Area Recreation and Park District

Description: Position Classification I/II; $10.50 – 15.80 per hour/DOE; Part-time/Seasonal

Under general supervision of the Recreation Coordinator II, the Recreation Specialist assists with supervision, coordination, and daily operations of Summer Camps. This position provides healthy, safe and engaging intentional and recreational activities designed to encourage positive social interaction, promote self-esteem and provide a safe and fun environment.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
• Plan and lead daily camp activities, fieldtrips and programs for elementary school, middle school and high school youth
• Supervise and ensure safety of all participants during program and/or on fieldtrips
• Encourage and maintain positive behavior and healthy activities for youth
• Encourage and provide positive public relations and excellent customer service
• Enforce District rules & regulations of facility, programs, activities & events
• Attend job specific trainings
• Perform other duties as assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Must be able to work the entire program season
• At least 16 years of age, 18+ years old desirable
• Demonstrate experience (paid or volunteer) working with youth in a structured or supervised recreation or after school program
• Possess or obtain by date of employment valid certification in CPR and First Aid
• Attend orientation training
• Bi-lingual a plus, but not necessary

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
• Ability to create and maintain a positive and engaging environment
• Ability to work independently with minimum supervision
• Experience in programming and working with youth 6 – 17 years old
• Education background in recreation, early childhood education, art, math/science or other related fields is desired
• Strong organizing, team building and communication skills
• Complete required tasks in a timely manner
• Excellent customer service skills

LICENSES, CERTIFICATES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION:
• Proof of U.S. residency
• Ability to obtain First Aid and CPR certification required
• Provide proof of negative TB Skin Test
• Any offer of employment to an adult employee who will have direct contact with minors is conditional upon a satisfactory fingerprint clearance and background check (DOJ).

Building Attendant

Type: Part-Time   |   County: Alameda   |   Agency: Hayward Area Recreation and Park District

Description: Position Classification II; $12.38 – 15.80 per hour/DOE; Part-time

Under general supervision of the Recreation Coordinator II, the Building Attendant is responsible for the proper use of a recreational facility; to make general preparations for recreational activities; and to do related work as required.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
• Opening and closing of facility scheduled for use
• Oversee and monitor all indoor and outdoor areas as assigned
• Provide effective customer service in dealing with patrons and participants
• Monitor safety of facility and program environment
• Assist in maintaining and controlling inventory of supplies and equipment
• Enforce District rules & regulations of facility, programs, activities & events
• Attend job specific trainings
• Perform other duties as assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Must be able to work weekends and evenings
• Perform manual labor
• At least 18 years of age
• Possess or obtain by date of employment valid certification in CPR and First Aid
• Attend orientation training
• Bi-lingual a plus, but not necessary

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
• Must have internet and computer experience
• Excellent customer service skills
• Ability to work independently with minimum supervision; establish and maintain effective working relationship with facility users, staff, general public and district employees
• Complete required forms, reports and evaluations in a timely manner

LICENSES, CERTIFICATES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION:
• Proof of U.S. residency
• Ability to obtain First Aid and CPR certification required
• Provide proof of negative TB Skin Test
• Any offer of employment to an adult employee who will have direct contact with minors is conditional upon a satisfactory fingerprint clearance and background check (DOJ).