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Apply for a Job with NeighborImpact

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 hrrecruiting@neighborimpact.org.

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.

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Available Positions:

Head Start Director

Education Specialist

Systems Analyst

Administrative Technician

Head Start Teacher Advocate II or III - Redmond (Floater)

Head Start Substitute Bus Driver

Head Start Substitute Assistant Teacher-Teacher Advocate Qualified

Head Start Substitute Center Aide/Bus Monitor

Head Start Substitute Assistant Teacher

Head Start Teacher Advocate II or III

Head Start Second Language Translator and Interpreter


Head Start Director

Are you an experienced leader with a background in program management? Are you passionate about helping children get the very best start in life? Are you looking to work for the largest non-profit service provider in Central Oregon? Then, please, consider applying for the Head Start Director position with NeighborImpact! The Head Start Director provides high-quality, evidence-based pre-school education to income-qualified children, ensuring that they enter kindergarten school-ready. 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 Head Start Director provides leadership in the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of all program components of NeighborImpact’s early care and education service areas. The Head Start Director represents agency in local, regional, and national communities promoting sound organizational and management innovations. The Head Start 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. “Head Start” means programs funded through Federal office of Head Start, Oregon Pre-Kindergarten Program and Federal Early Head Start Program.

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Education Specialist

Are you interested in helping 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? Then, please, consider applying for the Education Specialist position with NeighborImpact! 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.

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Systems Analyst

Are you interested in developing marketable development and project management skills to help Central Oregon’s largest human services non-profit to improve efficiency in processes that support people and strengthen our communities? NeighborImpact is looking for a part-time Systems Analyst Specialist to help identify specific issues and processes that would benefit from automation and improved workflow processes. We will provide training resources and state-of-the-art tools to help the right candidate to gain valuable skills and experience. This position is responsible for supporting the Chief Information Officer in implementing information technology system improvements by defining and analyzing system issues and designing and testing standards and solutions. Works under the direct supervision of the Chief Information Officer.

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Administrative Technician

Do you want to build a career around Human Resources or Accounting? Do you want to make an impact on Central Oregon families? Do you want to work for the largest non-profit in Central Oregon? Then, please, consider applying for the Administrative Technician position with NeighborImpact! The Administrative Technician works equally in the HR and Fiscal areas. This position is responsible for accounts payable, filing, entering journal vouchers and cash receipts in accounting. In HR, the position is responsible for collecting, documenting, recording, inputting and reporting information as assigned in HR. The HR Technician provides general administrative support for both areas. This position reports to the Human Resource Director and Director of Finance.

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Head Start Teacher Advocate II or III - Redmond (Floater)

Are you passionate about children and families? Do you want to help Central Oregon children get the very best start in life? Do you want to work for the largest non-profit in Central Oregon? Then, please, consider applying for the Head Start Teacher Advocate floater position with NeighborImpact! 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.

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Head Start Substitute Bus Driver

Do you have a current Oregon School Bus Driver certification and looking for part-time work? Do you want to help Central Oregon children get the very best start in life? Do you want to work for the largest non-profit in Central Oregon? Then, please, consider applying for the Head Start Substitute Bus Driver position with NeighborImpact!

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Head Start Substitute Assistant Teacher-Teacher Advocate Qualified

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.

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Head Start Substitute Center Aide/Bus Monitor

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.

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Head Start Substitute Assistant Teacher

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.

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Head Start Teacher Advocate II or III

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.

Download the official Job Announcement

Download the official Teacher Advocate II Job Description

Download the official Teacher Advocate III Job Description

Download the NeighborImpact application packet


Head Start Second Language Translator and Interpreter

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.

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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.

 
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