Join our team if you are interested in:
Having a long-term, positive impact on a child’s academic achievement
Helping to make families more self-sufficient
Providing a safe and supportive environment for children
AA degree or higher and Child Development Site Supervisor permit or 24 units of early childhood education/child development.
Experience teaching in a preschool and infant/toddler classroom setting.
Training and experience necessary to develop consistent, stable and supportive relationships with very young children and knowledge of infant and toddler development, safety issues in infant and toddler child care settings.
Ability to properly interpret and implement regulations, policies and procedures of the California Department of Education, Funding Terms and Conditions (Title 5), Child Development Division, the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing program regulations (Title 22), Easterseals Southern California and Early Head Start/Head Start Performance Standards (Title 5, 17 and 22).
COMPREHENSIVE BENEFITS FOR QUALIFIED ASSOCIATES INCLUDES:
Dental (HMO/PPO) Vision
Employee Assistance Program
Flexible Spending Accounts