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Lewis Clark Early Childhood Program is looking for great people to join our team!

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Employee/Community Resource Coordinator (Lewiston)

This position is responsible for the development and implementation of systems that assure the Human Resources department effectively and efficiently supports the staff and agency within its scope of responsibility.  This position is responsible for recruitment of staff, volunteers and interns.  The employee/community resource coordinator coordinates and provides first line contact for the Human Resources department when the Human Resources Director is unavailable.

This is a salaried position that works 40 hours/week 52 weeks/year.

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Temporary Floating Aide (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 service areas as arranged with supervisor/manager. Areas of service include, but are not limited to, classroom, clerical, kitchen, custodial, and maintenance. This position is assigned to an area based on need and availability.

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

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Custodian (Orofino & Moscow)

This position performs cleaning and related tasks and minor maintenance of the buildings and grounds to keep the center in compliance with sanitation and operational requirements. The custodian performs duties necessary to provide a clean, safe, and healthy environment for children and staff. Job duties may vary due to (site) center design and assignments.

This position works 8 hours/week and 36 weeks/year.

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Cook Aide (Moscow)

The Cook Aide assits in food preparation and service for meals served at the center and will have some clean-up responsibility.

This position works 17 hours/week and 36 weeks/year.

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Outlying Area Cook (Moscow, Craigmont)

This position is responsible for food and supply purchase, preparation and service at the assigned center. All meals will meet the Child Nutrition Program standards and all sanitation requirements. The cook will assign and direct all kitchen volunteers.

This position works 30 hours/week and 36 weeks/year.

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Early Head Start Teacher (Clarkston)

This 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 and post-partum, disabilities services and social services. This position must ensure that the child development needs are met as required by the Early Head Start performance standards. A minimum of an infant/toddler CDA is required for this position.

This position works 28 hours/week and 37 weeks/year.

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Head Start Teacher/ECEAP (Lewiston, Clarkston)

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. A minimum of an Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or in a related field with 30 quarter credits in Early Childhood Education. A Bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education is preferred.

This position works 40 hours/week and 37 weeks/year.

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Family Advocate (Lewiston)

This position is responsible for the delivery of comprehensive social services to enrolled families. It is the responsibility of this position to assure the social services, health, and dental needs are met as required for each child and family assigned. The Family Advocate is expected to be an active partner with each family and their child's teacher. The Family Advocate will develop an individual family partnership plan for each family. A minimum of a BSW, Bachelors (BA/BS) degree in Psychology or related field with the equivalent of 30 quarter credits in social work or psychology is required. MSW preferred.

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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.