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Qualified applicants are required to download, sign and submit the NeighborImpact application packet in addition to a resume and cover letter indicating the reason for interest in the position and job experience directly related to the Job Description. A complete job description is available below, or by emailing email@example.com.
Applicants for all Head Start positions and some administrative positions are required to apply for enrollment in the Oregon Employment Department Child Care Division Central Background Registry. Registration must be complete before date of hire.
The Weatherization Specialist II will be involved in programs in which funding is provided by multiple federal, state and local agencies, and private institutions. The Weatherization Specialist II is involved in the development, project activities, and completion of housing rehabilitation/weatherization and other construction projects as they arise. In addition, the Weatherization Specialist II is responsible for controlling costs, monitoring construction progress, and quality control. He or she ensures project and contractor compliance with contracts, federal, state, and local regulations, grant requirements, and agency policies.
The Food Service Coordinator manages and supervises the Head Start program food production and delivery systems including menu planning, food preparation, and purchasing at the central kitchen as well as, catered food services contract monitoring, menu development, and supervision of Food Services staff. This position is responsible for ensuring compliance with Head Start Food Service Performance Standards and USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program regulations. This position is responsible for ensuring that food services are delivered within budget and participates in food services budget development. This position also participates in planning, monitoring, and evaluating program food/nutrition objectives and nutrition education for children and families. The Food Services Coordinator reports to the Health Services Manager.
The Head Start Advocate works with identified high-need families at multiple sites to promote asset development, family wellness, family partnerships and parent involvement in the Head Start program. The position works closely with families and other team members to facilitate and nurture children’s physical, social-emotional, cognitive and language development. The advocate operates as a liaison between classroom and home settings and as a liaison between families and other NeighborImpact programs and community services. Consultation, support and mentoring are provided to Teacher Advocates in the area of family services. The position also works as a member of the ERSEA team with responsibility for Head Start recruitment, enrollment and attendance activities under the direction of the Operations Coordinator. This position is supervised by the Head Start Family and Community Partnership Coordinator.
This position focuses on oversight and management of proper document control.
Head Start provide high-quality, evidence-based pre-school education to income-qualified children, ensuring that they enter kindergarten school-ready. The Head Start also promotes family empowerment, assisting parents and families to improve parenting skills, learn to advocate on behalf of themselves and their children and to coordinate supports which enable families to improve their economic and social resiliency. The Early Care and Education Director provides leadership in the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of all program components of NeighborImpact’s early care and education service areas. Represents agency in local, regional, and national communities promoting sound organizational and management innovations. The Director is a member of the Executive Director’s senior management leadership team, participating in staff meetings, strategic planning, developing short and long term service goals and objectives, agency resource
development and outreach.
The Housing and Assets Director has responsibility for staff supervision and training, contract management, budget development, fiscal oversight, program operations, and program development for assigned services and program areas. This position works under the general supervision of the Executive Director, who provides broad goals and objectives for the development of services and programs as they relate to the agency’s mission and strategic plan. The director is accountable to the executive director for participant tracking, contract management, fiscal and operational planning, resource development, marketing of department initiatives, compliance with policies, procedures and contractual obligations and development of additional programs to serve low- to moderate-income individuals.
This position supports program leadership with data collection design, data analysis, measuring and reporting progress of program goals and school readiness goals. The position includes but is not limited to: complex data entry, data analysis and program reporting. It adapts to the changing needs of the Head Start program and requires excellent technical skills in the areas of spreadsheet creation and complex data management and excellent verbal and written communication skills. This position compiles information for the Program’s Data Dashboard and acts as the primary coordinator of all functions relating to the Dashboards. This position is responsible for supporting Head Start program leadership with special projects, reporting, presentations, data management, grant preparation and daily program operations.
This position supports the Head Start leadership staff and Early Care and Education Director (Head Start Director) with the daily operations of the Head Start program. In this capacity, this position serves as the program’s communication hub; provides clerical support for management staff; assists with meeting preparations; and is a member of the program’s operation’s team. This employee also has primary responsibility for ordering supplies and processing travel and training arrangements for staff, parents and community members, and maintaining the Head Start Management Calendar. This work is of a complex and highly confidential nature, involving discretion and working with executive level contacts. This position requires effective organization and management of details with a high degree of accuracy. This position requires adherence to the policies and procedures of the Agency and is supervised by the Operations and Planning Manager.
On an on-call, as needed basis, assist the Center Team and teacher and cooperate in a supportive role carrying out developmentally appropriate activities. Promote the health, nutrition and education of the children and attend to their safety and welfare. Reports directly to the Education Coordinator. Daily tasks assigned by Center Coordinator and Center Team.
This Position is responsible for providing professional translation and interpretation services to support communication between Spanish-speaking children and families, Head Start Staff and community service providers and to provide information on the cultures represented by Spanish speaking families served. Work is supervised by the Head Start Diversity Specialist.
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 Teacher. Reports to the Center Coordinator.
NeighborImpact does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability or age of admission, or participation in its programs services and activities, or in employment. For further information about this policy, or to arrange for an accommodation for a disability contact Human Resources/Section 504 Coordinator, phone number 541-548-2380 Ext. 115, State Relay 711. Click here for more information on accessible facilities and accommodations for persons with sensory impairments in Adobe Reader (.pdf) format.