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Are you interested in a rewarding career helping children in your community? Do you believe in treating people with dignity and respect? Are you committed, caring, and compassionate? Then the Teacher/Home Visitor position is for you!
Location: Port Orford, OR
Compensation: Starting at $16.00 hourly
Hours: Full Time, Seasonal
Benefits: 100% premium paid dental and vision. 89% premium paid medical. 403(b) retirement plan with 6% employer matching. $10,000 life insurance plan paid for 100% by employer. 10 paid annual holidays off, vacation, sick leave, floating leave, seasonal leave.
Deadline: Open Until Filled
ORCCAâs Head Start Program Overview
South Coast Head Start is a comprehensive early childhood program that serves children and pregnant women of income eligible families throughout the Southern Oregon Coast. The program is funded by both state and federal grants. All services are provided at no cost to the families. Head Start provides activities for children that help them grow mentally, socially, emotionally, and physically. The program supports parents as the first and most important teacher of their children. Priority for enrollment in Head Start programs is based on child age, family income, disabilities, and other factors that demonstrate a need for services. South Coast Head Start is an equal opportunity provider. If youâre interested in working for SCHS, job applications can be found at www.orcca.us
Overview of Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Delivery of high quality child and family services as defined by the Head Start Performance Standards, State Licensing Rules, program work plans, program goals, and other funding rules and regulations. Oversight of the day-to-day operations of the classroom, serving children ages three to five and their families. Maintain quality environments with attention to safety and health prevention measures.
AA/AS in Early Childhood Education (ECE) or AA/AS in related field with 23 ECE quarter credits (15 ECE semester credits) and direct experience teaching preschool children required.
BA/BS in ECE or BA/BS in related field with 23 ECE quarter credits (15 ECE semester credits) preferred.
Paid experience working with preschoolers.
One year of experience working with low-income families preferred.
One year of experience with home visitation preferred.
Knowledge of community resources.
Experience with special needs children preferred.
Driving to home visits will be required if a function of the position.
Attendance at off-site staff training events will be required.
For further details and instructions on how to apply, please visit our Website at www.orcca.us/careers