CAPIC is currently seeking personnel for the following positions:
FAMILY ADVOCATE –F/T (Chelsea)The ideal candidate will be passionate, enthusiastic and committed to supporting a culturally diverse population of families in becoming ready for kindergarten. S/he will have strong communication, organizational and critical thinking skills. The Family Advocate will have a desire to continually learn and be a part of a team that consistently seeks ways to improve services to families.
The Family Advocate provides outreach and support to families to promote school readiness, family literacy, social/emotional well -being and self-sufficiency. S/he assists with program recruitment and enrolls families in to the program. The Family Advocate works with an assigned caseload of families to promote short and long term goal setting, and encourage families to become actively engaged in all aspects of the program. To build relationships with the family, s/he conducts home visits, works collaboratively with teachers including spending time in the classroom, and actively participates in program wide parent activities.
- Associates Degree in human services related field
- Strong oral/written communication skills.
- Fluency in Spanish required.
- Strong computer skills
- Driver’s license and vehicle
Toddler TeacherCAPIC Child Development Center is seeking a Toddler Teacher to join our team, provide supervision & daily activities to children, develop curriculum, plan activities, maintain an NAEYC Classroom Portfolio up to date, develop children’s assessments & progress reports, communicate with parents, & assist with the set- up of breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack. Fulfill responsibilities of maintaining a clean and healthy environment. Must love children, enjoy sensory activities, have a sense of humor, and ability to work in a fast paced environment. REQUIREMENTS:
- Must be at least 21 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent. To be qualified as a Toddler Teacher one must have successfully completed three credits in Child Growth and Development and have nine months of the required work experience in care giving to Infant/Toddler aged children as well as:
- Have an EEC Teacher Certificate.
- Be currently enrolled in an Associate’s Degree Program in Early Childhood Education field or
- Have an Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood education
Assistant Group Leaders: (Chelsea).CAPIC’s After School Program is looking for an Assistant Group Leader to provide daily activities to school-age children. Hours are part-time; Monday - Friday 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm. During school vacations and summer months, work hours are increased to 7-8 hours per day. SUMMARY The Assistant Group Leader is responsible for assisting the education staff in providing a safe, clean and organized educational environment for the children. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
P/T 22.5 hours, 1:30 pm – 6:00 pm
P/T 22.5 hours, 1:30 pm – 6:00 pm
- Adhere to the center rules and regulations.
- Follow the guidance and instruction of the Group Leader.
- Supervision and education of a group along with the assistance of the Group Leader.
- Assist the Group Leader in development of curriculum and planning activities.
- Assist the Group Leader with progress reports and notes going home by providing relevant information.
- Report accidents to the Group Leader and complete accident reports with the assistance of the Group Leader.
- Responsible for setting up afternoon snack.
- Responsible for setting up breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack during school vacations.
- Fulfilling responsibilities of maintain a clean and healthy environment for the children.
- Assist with the supervision of children during all times.
- Perform other tasks assigned by the Group Leader, Program Director and Executive Director.
Must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED. EEC Certification preferred.