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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.
To assist with all aspects of NeighborImpact’s energy assistance program, including client intake, application review, compliance with contractual requirements, and the annual review of policies and procedures. The Advocate III position will require the ability to be flexible, adaptive and be a positive influence in a constantly changing environment. This position is an essential part of the NeighborImpact Energy Assistance Program team working to advance the mission and demonstrate our core values.
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. The Site Lead supervises this position.
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 Site Lead, with daily tasks assigned by the classroom Teacher. Provide safe bus transportation for Head Start children as assigned.
Interested in helping Central Oregon families? Do you have experience in counseling or working in social services? 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. This position is responsible for coaching, education and direct client service with an emphasis on supporting long-term financial security and wellbeing including supporting current and prospective homeowners. Responsibilities include coaching and counseling clients towards long-term success, providing initial screening and eligibility, providing a variety of HomeSource services including but not limited to providing financial literacy, pre and post purchase counseling for home buyers/owners, and credit counseling. Responsible for delivering services via individual sessions and/or group classes.
This position is responsible for providing professional translation and interpretation services to support communication between children and families, Head Start Staff and community service providers and to provide information on the cultures represented by families served. Work is supervised by the Diversity Services Coordinator/Advocate.
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) 323-6515, State Relay 711. 503 B Nondiscrimination Poster.