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Interested in Central Oregon families gain stability? Are you energetic, highly motivated, able to engage a room, and organized? Are you looking to work for the largest non-profit service provider in Central Oregon? NeighborImpact’s mission is supporting people, strengthening communities. We are looking for a candidate to join our team, based in Bend, Oregon. The Education Specialist is responsible for bridging several programs within the community services department by helping to link customers to a variety of education and resources including financial stability, energy conservation, and first time homeownership. This position requires a dynamic person who can relate to a variety of personalities. This position requires regular public speaking and presentation skills. This position requires the ability to juggle a variety of tasks at once. Responsibilities will include curriculum development and enhancement, class scheduling coordination, teaching classes, home visits and program outreach. We are looking for applicants who have a passion for helping low-income families throughout Central Oregon.
The Teacher Advocate provides both classroom and in-home instruction to Head Start children and parents; enhancing the parent’s ability to fill the role as the primary educator of their child. Teachers focus on the Head Start Child Development Early Learning Framework (HSCDELF) to ensure that the children are working towards school readiness. This occurs through meaningful planning and implementation of developmentally appropriate curriculum providing a safe classroom environment for children. The Teacher Advocate partners with parents to develop individual goals for children provide on-going assessment of child progress and facilitate transition into kindergarten. On-going contact with families is maintained and home visits are completed to promote asset development, family wellness, family partnerships, parent involvement in the Head Start program. This position coordinates services in the Head Start functional areas (education, family services, literacy, health, and mental health) for assigned children and families. The Teacher Advocate also provides supervision and learning experiences for children on the Head Start bus as needed. This position is supervised by the Site Lead.
To assist the Center Team and teacher and to cooperate in a supportive role carrying out developmentally appropriate activities. To promote the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to their safety and welfare. Supervised by the Regional Coordinator, with daily tasks assigned by the classroom Teacher. Provide safe bus transportation for Head Start children as assigned.
Supports the Center Team according to federal regulations, performance standards, state and local policy. Assists the teaching team in creating a successful environment by integrating all program services that promote growth and development of up to 20 children. Rides the Head Start bus with children of assigned classrooms on their bus routes. Daily tasks are assigned by the classroom Teacher. Supervised by the Regional Coordinator.
To assist the Center Team and teacher and to cooperate in a supportive role carrying out developmentally appropriate activities. To promote the health, nutrition and education of the children and to attend to their safety and welfare. Supervised by the Regional Coordinator, with daily tasks assigned by the classroom Teacher. Provide safe bus transportation for Head Start children for field trips and as assigned.
The Inclusion Assistant assists Head Start teaching teams with classroom implementation of Individual Family Service Plans and/or individualized support plans developed by the Inclusion Coordinator while promoting inclusion for children with high needs. The duties vary depending upon the individual needs of the child or children served. Daily tasks are assigned by the Inclusion Coordinator and teaching team and have a direct focus on an individual child or small group of children. This position may also assist the teaching team as a bus monitor on the Head Start bus, as assigned.
To implement and evaluate the Spanish Focused Child Care Network in Central Oregon. Works under the direction of the CCR Associate Director. This position conducts coaching activities with child care providers and child care centers, individually and as a network, on meeting QRIS requirements and supporting access to professional development opportunities. Coaching activities range from providing QRIS Introduction Sessions to on site program visits to support providers in developing and implementing quality improvement plans and completing portfolios. The position ensures that CCR meets program requirements of the Spanish Focused Network, and works with the CCR Coordinating Specialist to conduct Oregon Registry services, Oregon Registry Online maintenance and provider trainings. This position works closely with the Early Learning HUB of Central Oregon and also supervises students and volunteers working on the QRIS project. This position will require bilingual (English/Spanish) proficiency.
To provide safe bus transportation for Head Start children, ensuring that each child is picked up and delivered on schedule. To cooperate with center team to promote the health and education of each child, and to work with center staff to assure a smooth flow of communication between families and Head Start sites.
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