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Human Resource Manager
North Florida Child Development
To apply agency-wide professional expertise in human resources in order to provide personnel administration and employee relations in compliance with federal and state law. Provides management / staff consultation, training, and administration in area of expertise in hiring, recruitment, staff/volunteer records and policy/procedure administration.
Link: floridachildren.org
Health Services Specialist
North Florida Child Development
To apply expertise and oversight in comprehensive early childhood health services, mental health, nutrition, transportation, facilities, and safety. Responsible for providing technical and training support to center staff regarding the component service area.
Link: floridachildren.org
Family Advocate
North Florida Child Development
Responsible for the recruitment and enrollment of eligible families. Responsible for identifying the needs of children and families and for providing case management services in an effort to empower them to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency. Establish mutual, respectful partnerships with families to enhance the quality of their lives and their communities.
Link: floridachildren.org
Family Service Coordinator
OCAB Head Start/ Early Head Start
Responsible for recruitment and enrollment of Head Start/Early Head Start children and families; tracking attendance; providing resources and case management services; establishing community partnerships. Apply today - www.ocabcaa.org
Link: None
Head Start/Early Head Start Director
Waccamaw Economic Opportunity Council, Inc.
INTRODUCTION: Under general direction of the Executive Director, CEO, using complex analytical judgment, plans and implements all programmatic activities. To include monitoring of programmatic expenditures. Provides oversight of the Childcare Food Program

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Plan, coordinate, develop, and implement annual refunding application.
2. Recommends and implements changes as needed in program direction, staffing pattern, administration procedures, etc. as they affect program performance.
3. Meets with Core staff regularly to discuss program progress/performance.
4. Monitors programmatic activities to insure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations including the Improving Head Start for School Readiness Act of 2007.
5. Coordinates all programmatic functions and maximize potential for positive public relations.
6. Administers and insures program compliance with approved agency by-laws, fiscal/personnel policies and procedures as well as any other administrative and/or funding source directives.
7. Prepares and submits for approval necessary programmatic reports, forms, etc. as required by
Federal, state, and local regulations.
8. Assists in the hiring and firing of HS/EHS program staff.
9. Supervises subordinate staff in daily activities, conducts introductory and annual employee evaluations, setting annual goals, promotes appropriate employee development where possible, and administers necessary employee corrective action measures within scope of authority.
10. Establishes and maintains partnerships with funding sources, other state and local agencies, organizations, groups, etc. as they relate to programmatic activities.
11. Plan and coordinate shared Governance training for Policy Council and Board of Directors as required.
12. Meets with the Finance Director on a regular basis or as needed to review and revise the budget as necessary in addition monitoring the budget as it relates to Head Start funds.
Link: www.weoc.org
Head Start Education Manager
Waccamaw Economic Opportunity Council, Inc.
I. INTRODUCTION:
Under general supervision of the Head Start/Early Head Start Director, using complex analytical judgment, coordinates, and implements all activities of the education component to provide developmentally appropriate activities to all children enrolled in the Head Start/Early Head Start Program.

II. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Develops for approval and implements approved strategies for achieving the educational objectives outlined by the funding source.
2. Plans and coordinates the development of a supportive social and emotional climate in each center operation; the institution of a balanced program of activities to develop the individual intellectual skills of recipients and promote self-reliance, and to promote physical growth and ensure appropriate supervision and safety of recipients.
3. Develops and implements methods to assist parents in increasing observation skills and how to share the assessment with staff.
4. Develops and implements programs to meet the individualized special needs of children from various populations, racial and ethnic backgrounds.
5. Develops procedures for and supervises the ongoing observation, recording, and evaluation of each recipient’s growth and development.
6. Coordinates and supervises the provision of a physical environment conducive to learning and reflective of different stages of child development (ex: building/equipment safety, fire safety, cleanliness, provisions for disabled children ensuring that state licensing requirements are met, etc.).
7. Coordinate with other Head Start/Early Head Start Programs, educational facilities, etc., in planning education activities conducive to recipient needs; develop methods for parent involvement in the planning process.
8. Coordinates and supervises the implementation of an approved assessment as may be required.
9. Supervises the development of daily educational lesson plans for each center.
Link: www.weoc.org
Early Head Start Coordinator
Waccamaw Economic Opportunity Council, Inc.
INTRODUCTION:
Under the direction and supervision of the Education Manager, using complex analytical judgment, coordinates, plans, and implements all activities of Early Head Start to provide developmentally appropriate activities to all individuals of the Early Head Start Program. Responsible for staff that are leading children toward the fulfillment of their potential for intellectual, social, emotional, physiological growth, and for assisting families in receiving comprehensive services.

II. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Provides direction, guidelines, and support to the caregivers assigned to work with the infants, toddlers, and families served. Oversees the development and implementation of strategies for achieving the objectives outlined by the funding source.
2. Plans and coordinates the development of a supportive social and emotional climate in each Early Childhood Center operation to include the assistance of child development materials and to ensure health and safety are promoted.
3. Coordinates parent trainings to assist parents in increasing observation skills and how to share assessment with staff.
4. Monitors and insures that classroom activities meet the individualized needs of children from various populations, racial and ethnic backgrounds.
5. Monitors procedures for and supervises the on-going observation, recording and evaluation of each recipient’s growth and development.
6. Coordinates and monitors physical environments to insure conduciveness to learning and reflective of different stages of child development (ex: building/equipment safety, fire safety, cleanliness, provisions for disabled children ensuring that state licensing requirements are met, etc.).
7. Networks with other Early Head Start Programs, educational facilities, etc., in planning education activities conducive to recipient needs; develop methods for parent involvement in the planning process.
Link: www.weoc.org
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