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EHS Assistant Teacher (Clarkston, WA)

The Assistant Teacher is the second education person in the classroom and assumes the role of the teacher in his/her absence as assigned. The Assistant Teacher is responsible for the implementation of health activities within the classroom structure. This position provides support to the implementation of the daily activities of the classroom and plans these activities with the teacher.

A minimum of a CDA or 20 hour STAR credits is required, an Associates or Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development are preferred. 

This position works 40 hours/week 52 weeks/year. 

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EHS Teacher (Clarkston, WA)

The Teacher position is responsible for the implementation of comprehensive direct services to the children and their families. Services include, but are not limited to child development, health, nutrition, dental, mental health, prenatal & post-partum, disabilities services and social services. The Teacher must ensure that the child development needs are met as required by the Early Head Start Performance Standards. 

A minimum of a CDA is required, an Associates or Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development are preferred.

This position works 40 hours/week 52 weeks/year. 

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Program Aide (Lewiston, ID)

The Program Aide joins with the classroom team and family in providing the best possible experience for all of the children in the classroom. This position provides support to the implementation of the daily activities of the classroom.

Experience working in the early childhood arena preferred.

This position works 28 hours/week 34 weeks/year.

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Assistant Teacher (Clarkston, WA)

The Assistant Teacher is the second education person in the classroom and assumes the role of the teacher in his/her absence as assigned. The Assistant Teacher is responsible for the implementation of health activities within the classroom structure. This position provides support to the implementation of the daily activities of the classroom and plans these activities with the Teacher. 

A minimum of a CDA or 20 hours STAR credits is required, an Associates Degree or Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development or a related field with 30 quarter credits in Early Childhood Education is preferred.

There are two positions available, both work 28 hours/week 33 weeks/year. 

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Teacher (Clarkston, WA; Lewiston, ID; Kooskia, ID)

The Teacher position is responsible for the implementation of direct services to the children and their families. These services include but are not limited to child development, health, nutrition, dental, mental health, and disabilities services. The Teacher has the main responsibility for the classroom and must ensure that the child development needs are met as required by the performance standards. 

A minimum of an Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development or related field with 30 quarter credits in Early Childhood Education is required; A Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development is preferred.

Clarkston: This position works 40 hours/week 39 weeks/year. 

Lewiston: This position works 40 hours/week 37 weeks/year. 

Kooskia: This position works 40 hours/week 39 weeks/year.

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Family Advocate (Lewiston, ID)

The Family Advocate position is responsible for the delivery of comprehensive services to the children and their families, these include but are not limited to health, nutrition, dental, prenatal and post-partum services. It is the responsibility of this position to assure the family services, health, nutrition and dental needs are completed as needed/required for each child and family assigned. Recruitment, eligibility, enrollment, attendance and follow-up on referrals are primary responsibilities of the Family Advocate. In addition, the Family Advocate must have an understanding of prenatal, newborn and early childhood curriculums used by LCECP and assure that the child health requirements of the Head Start Performance Standards are met. This position will work with EHS classrooms and a preschool classroom. 

A Bachelors Degree in Psychology or Social Work, or related field with 30 quarter credits in Psychology or Social Work is required. 

This position works 35 hours/week 52 weeks/year. 

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Temporary Program Aide (Valley and Outlying Areas)

This position will be performing services in various work areas in early childhood settings throughout the Lewis-Clark Early Childhood Program service areas. Some general areas this position will work in include, but are not limited to, the classroom, clerical, kitchen, custodial, and maintenance. This position does not have a regular schedule but instead is assigned to an area based on need and availability.

Must be able to read, write, and speak adequate English to complete necessary plans and records, as well as be able to communicate effectively.

This is a temporary, part-time position. Hours vary and may range from 0 hours/week to 40 hours/week.

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About the Lewis-Clark Early Childhood Program

Lewis-Clark Early Childhood Program is a private, non-profit organization serving Southwest Washington and North Central Idaho. Our primary purpose is to provide early childhood education and family support services to limited-income families through several sources including Head Start (HS), Early Head Start (EHS), the state of Washington's Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) and the state of Idaho's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.