Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2022 Oregon Home Visiting Professional Development Meeting
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Ei ecse specialist
MECP Work with children and families birth to five with special need
Registered Nurse 3
Tillamook County Health Department We're looking for a nurse to join our public health team. Our Public Health Nurses provide care to clients in the home, clinic, and community setting through home visits, direct care, health promotion education, referrals, and supporting community connections. Our team works together with individuals, families, groups, communities, and organizations to provide essential public health services.
Teacher, Teacher Assistant, Classroom Aide, Toddle Educator, Family Educator, Bus Driver and Substitutes
Head Start of Yamhill County Head Start of Yamhill County is recruiting for a variety of 9- and 12-month positions including Teacher, Teacher Assistant, Classroom Aide for Head Start or Early Head Start, Toddler Educator, Family Educator, Bus Driver (we will train EHS-HS current/ past parents), and substitutes. Job descriptions and applications available on our website https://yamhillheadstart.org/current-job-openings/# Current Job Openings – Head Start of Yamhill County Employer-paid Medical; Employer-paid Dental; Employer-paid Vision; 401K with up to 7% Employer Contribution; Employer-paid Life Insurance; Employer-paid Short Term Disability Insurance yamhillheadstart.org We have a generous leave & benefits package, a healthy & nurturing culture, and have been providing Reflective Supervision agency-wide since 2010. We employ a Mental Health Specialist, Instructional Coach, Teacher Mentor, and a Classroom Inclusion Mentor to support staff’s work with children and families. More than 50% of have been parents or grandparents in our program. Apply today!
Family Support Specialist
Community Action Team, NW OR Healthy Families Healthy Families, Home Visitor
Healthy Family Support Specialist (bilingual)
Impact NW JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Any combination of experience and training that would likely meet the following requirements: -Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent, Bachelor's Degree in early childhood education, social work or related field preferred. -Knowledge of infant and child development, Infant Mental Health Endorsement® through Oregon Infant Mental Health Association preferred. -Experience providing early childhood education services to low-income children ages prenatal to 5 years and their families, experience in providing parent and child development services for families with infants and toddlers preferred. -Ability to provide strengths-based, client-centered services in a culturally responsive manner. -Ability to establish trusting relationships and accept individual differences. -Willing to engage in building reflective capacity (e.g., capacity for introspection, communicating awareness of self in relation to others, recognizing value of supervision). -Experience and humility to work with culturally diverse families. At least 1 year experience working with Latinx communities. -Bilingual Spanish/English required. -Ability and willingness to work as a dependable, flexible team member and support Impact NW’s mission and goals. -Excellent writing, interpersonal, and communication skills required. -Must be able to function independently and use ethical judgment in making decisions. -Possess excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize multiple and varied tasks. -Possess excellent time management skills. -Some computer skills needed. -Willingness to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and occasional weekends. -Possess a valid driver’s license, a good driving record, and provide own dependable transportation to travel on behalf of agency.
Coastal Families Relief Nursery The Program Director is responsible for developing and implementing services to keep children safe, promote healthy early childhood development, stabilize vulnerable families and restore family relationships. This position will: 1) assure high-quality, effective programs 2) supervise and develop program personnel 3) comply with budget, outcome and contract requirements 4) foster positive relationships with program partners 5) support fund raising efforts 6) oversee services in multiple locations The Program Director has strong leadership and management skills, a commitment to early childhood, and experience helping families living in traumatic circumstances.
Salary Status: Full time, exempt Salary Range: $57,000-$65,000 DOE
To see the full job description & to apply, visit: https://tinyurl.com/37x5bbbx
About Coastal Families Relief Nursery: Coastal Families Emerging Relief Nursery is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit operating in Coos Bay/North Bend for Coos County families. Coastal Families Emerging Relief Nursery seeks to stop the cycle of child abuse and neglect through prevention and early intervention that strengthens parents, builds successful and resilient children, and preserves families.
Coastal Families Emerging Relief Nursery provides services that are strength-based and family-oriented. We design each intervention program specific to the family’s needs. Each enrolled family gets individualized goals and case management support with a social/emotional focus.