Children’s Program Coordinator for The Family Place

Job Description
The Children’s Program Coordinator supports the childcare needs of Family Place programs according to NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) guidelines.  The Childcare Coordinator will be a trained facilitator for the Family Place program curriculums.  Will also be trained in Kaleidoscope Curriculum and will use this curriculum during playgroups. The Children’s Program Coordinator is under the direct supervision of the Program Director.  


Responsibilities
 Plan a variety of age-appropriate activities for young children in all developmental areas
 Work with the Program Director to train and supervise paid and volunteer staff 
 Directly responsible for supervision of part-time childcare workers
 Facilitate playgroups, educational playtime and childcare
 Coordinate childcare activities to assure sufficient adult supervision of children
 Assist with evaluation data collection, including intake/outtake testing
 Work with the Rosman Team Coordinator to ensure both sites are coordinated regarding childcare development plans
 Organize and maintain clean and safe meeting room space and playroom
 Treat all staff, clients, volunteers and community partners with respect
 Promote a positive image of The Family Place and reflect Family Place values at all times
 Organize and implement field trips 
 Document data entry and management
 Participate in staff meetings
 Participate in outreach activities and special events
 Present to the Board of Directors as needed
 Serve on committees with community partners and other stakeholders as needed
 Perform other duties as needed

Qualifications

 Bachelors’ degree in Education/Early Childhood Development or related field and has experience working with infants and young children preferred
 Consistent demonstration of treating children and families with care and respect and equity
 Cultural competencies in interactions with staff, clients, volunteers, and community partners

 Ability to relate to a wide variety of people and model appropriate interaction skills
 Ability to work flexible hours
 Certification for infant and child CPR and universal precautions
 Demonstrated computer and technical skills to include data entry, social media system management, virtual platforms, etc.

 Ability to maintain confidentiality
 Bilingual preferred


All Family Place staff and volunteers are subject to background check, which will include Sex Offender Registry information.  All Family Place staff are employed at will.

To apply please email cover letter and resume to Denise Gonzalez, dgfamilyplace@gmail.com