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Lewis-Clark Early Childhood Program is looking for people to join our great team!
WE ARE CURRENTLY HIRING FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:
Early Head Start Teacher/Home Visitor (Chestnut) – The Teacher/Home Visitor position is responsible for the implementation of comprehensive direct services to the children and their families. Services by the Teacher/Home Visitor include but are not limited to child development, health, nutrition, dental, mental health, prenatal & post-partum, disabilities services and social services. These services are provided in conjunction and cooperation with other team partners as assigned. The Teacher/Home Visitor must ensure that the child development needs are met as required by the Early Head Start Performance Standards. Job duties may vary with each center. A minimum of a Child Development Associate credential required, Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field preferred. Benefits include accrued leave, paid holidays, paid sick leave and 403b retirement plan. This position works 37 hours a week 52 weeks a year (Job Description)
Head Start Teacher (Craigmont) - This 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 Head Start/ECEAP Performance Standards. Must have an Associates or Bachelors degreee in Early Childhood Education or in a related field with 30 quarter credits in Early Childhood Education. This position works 35 hours/week 37 weeks/year. (Job Description)
Head Start Assistant Teacher (Moscow) – This position 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 Child Development Associate credential required, Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field preferred. Benefits include two weeks paid break time, paid holidays, paid sick leave and 403(b) retirement plan. This position works 30 hours a week, 37 weeks a year. (Job Description)
Assistant Cook (Lewiston) – This position assists in preparing and serving food in a safe and sanitary manner. This position has the daily responsibility for the accurate and timely completion of detailed tracking and reports. This position works 32 hours a week 36 weeks a year. (Job Description)
Outlying Area Cook (Weippe) - This position is responsible for food and supply purchase, preparation and service at their assigned center. All meals will meet the Child Nutrition Program standards and all sanitation requirements. The Cook will assign and direct all kitchen volunteers. Benefits include two weeks paid break time, paid holidays, paid sick leave and 403(b) retirement plan. This position works 23 hours a week, 36 weeks a year. (Job Description)
Temporary Floating Aid (LC 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 (LCECP) service areas as arranged with supervisor/manager. Some general areas are classroom, clerical, kitchen, custodial, and maintenance (this is not necessarily an all inclusive list but are the most common areas the Agency will need the services of the Temporary Floating Aide.) This position does not have a regular schedule but instead is assigned to an area based on need and availability. This is a temporary, part-time position; hours vary and may range from 0 hours/week to 40 hours/week. (Job Description)