Do you have a Bachelor’s degree and experience in Early Childhood Education or a related field? Do you have 3 years of experience in an infant-toddler classroom? Do you have experience in facilitating adult professional development and advancement, especially for teachers? Then apply today and come work for one of Oregon’s 100 Best Non-Profits and help affect constructive change in people’s lives!
Agency job title: Baby Promise Infant-Toddler Coach
Compensation: $30.61/hour (Plus $0.50/hour for Spanish/English bilingual ability)
Hours: Regular full-time (40 hours/week)
Benefits: 100% premium paid Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance, Agency paid Retirement plan (up to 6%), almost 2 weeks of vacation time accrued in your first year, plus 14 paid Holidays annually, and a separate sick leave accrual
Deadline: Position remains open until filled
NeighborImpact Child Care Resources Overview
Child Care Resources offers training, technical assistance and business support to child care providers, preschools and early educators in Central Oregon. Child Care Resources supports child care providers through Spark, Oregon’s Quality Rating and Improvement System, and builds the infrastructure of child care in Central Oregon.
Baby Promise is a pilot program created by the Department of Early Learning and Care to address the child care shortage in Oregon. Baby Promise offers fully funded child care for income eligible families in Central Oregon. Baby Promise partners with local child care providers including in-home and center based and assists in connecting families to a program that works for them.
Overview of Key Duties and Responsibilities:
This position works in collaboration with early learning programs participating in the Baby Promise Program. The ideal candidate has experience working with infants and toddlers and a passion for supporting teachers in implementing best practice in the classroom using relationship-based coaching. The Infant Toddler Coach supports teachers in creating professional development goals, using collaborative problem solving when educators face roadblocks in their classrooms, and grow skills in positive adult child interactions. Support is given in one-on-one settings and in large group trainings.
• Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field (human development, child and family studies, or education) required
• Step 10+ on the Oregon Registry or plan to get there required
• Three years of direct service in the field of Early Childhood Care and Education required
• Three years of direct infant and toddler aged classroom experience in the field of Early Childhood Care and Education required
• Experience working in the field of Early Care and Education required
• Two years of experience supporting adult professional development required
• Knowledge of community child care programs, subsidies, community resources, and state regulations pertaining to child care preferred
• Knowledge of child assessment and screening tools preferred, including:
Teaching Strategies Gold
CLASS Observation and QRIS Tool
Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool
Ages and Stages Questionnaire
Ages and Stages Questionnaire-Social Emotional
• Bilingual English/Spanish preferred
• Required prior to date of hire and throughout employment:
Valid driver’s license
Proof of current auto insurance
Enrollment in the Central Background Registry
Access to reliable transportation
To apply for this job please visit recruiting.paylocity.com.