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As a KidZCommunity employee, you are recognized as both an individual and as a member of our strong team. If you would like to become part of a company committed to your career success, then we at KidZCommunity would like to hear from you.

Current Open Positions

At KidZCommunity, we are always looking for qualified people to add to our team. If you are interested, please click “apply now” to the left, for access to the application. Fill out the form below and attach the following:

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  • Resume
  • Transcript
  • Any applicable permits or additional documents

$15.72 – $16.68 per hour
2% Bilingual Enhancement

Job Description:

The Infant Care Teacher is responsible for assisting the Site Supervisor in the administration of an infant and toddler program, and in the planning, preparation and execution of the program in conformance with the Head Start Performance Standards, Title 22 and Title 5 of the California Administrative Code as applicable.

  • Assists in creating a developmentally appropriate learning environment applying the principles, practices and philosophy of Program for Infant & Toddler Care (PITC).
  • Ensures the planning of group environment plans, Child Care Food Program (CCFP) guidelines, infant/toddler daily records, individualized daily nutrition plans with an “on-demand” schedule, the proper storage and labeling of individualized formula following all safety and sanitation rules.
  • Ensures that all infants/toddlers individual needs of diapering, toileting, eating, sleeping and activities are strictly monitored and recorded on the daily infant report and shared with parents at the end of the program day in a relationship based approach.
  • Assists in maintaining a safe, clean, uncluttered and hazard free environment for children.
  • Maintains ratio guidelines according to Title 22, Head Start Performance Standards and PITC recommendations.
  • Implements developmentally appropriate curriculum into classroom activities to address and meet individual goals for children as identified in their individualized education plans.
  • Ensures that the parents are involved in supporting their children’s development and participate in planning their children’s curriculum.
  • Modifies activities; removes barriers and provides support as needed for inclusion of children with disabilities in the full range of program activities.
  • Ensures the maintenance of the environment based on Infant & Toddler Environmental Rating Scale (ITERS) Guidelines.
  • Ensures the preparation of group environment plans, daily routine schedule, observations, portfolios, DRDP-r, Child Development plans, screener, and maintaining a developmentally appropriate learning environment by applying the principles, practices, and philosophies of PITC, Title 22 and KidZCommunity policy and procedures.
  • Ensures that the health and safety of children is maintained through preventative health practices and the practice of health emergency procedures including methods of handling suspected or known child abuse.
  • Promotes and facilitates the interpersonal relationships with staff and parents, using conflict resolution skills when necessary.
  • Ensures the proper use, maintenance and storage of all center equipment and supplies.
  • Assists in recording child attendance and signing all forms to be submitted according to time schedules.
  • Responsible to participate in agency’s Career Development Program, taking related courses when necessary or other training when directed as a program requirement.
  • Attends all in-service trainings.
  • Responsible for implementing PITC philosophy, principles and practices.
  • May serves as substitute site supervisor in the absence of the site supervisor.
  • Provide staffing coverage at other EHS/HS sites for support when needed.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

The Infant Care Teacher is directly supervised by the Site Supervisor. This is full-time non-exempt position. Number of months per year varies according to site.

Experience:

  • One year experience in infant/toddler care a plus.

Education and Permit:

  • Six (6) Infant/Toddler ECE/CD units completed and a minimum of twelve (12) units in ECE, including Core Course requirements. An Associate Teacher Permit must be, at a minimum, applied for within 60 days of hire date and must be maintained or upgraded throughout the course of employment.
  • or
  • Three (3) Infant/Toddler ECE/CD units completed and a minimum of twelve (12) units in ECE, including Core Course requirements; the second Infant/Toddler class must be completed within one (1) year. An Associate Teacher Permit must be, at minimum, applied for within 60 days of hire and must be maintained or upgraded throughout the course of employment.

Continuing Education:

  • Training as required

$15.72 – $16.68 per hour
2% Bilingual Enhancement

Job Description:

The Infant Care Teacher is responsible for assisting the Site Supervisor in the administration of an infant and toddler program, and in the planning, preparation and execution of the program in conformance with the Head Start Performance Standards, Title 22 and Title 5 of the California Administrative Code as applicable.

  • Assists in creating a developmentally appropriate learning environment applying the principles, practices and philosophy of Program for Infant & Toddler Care (PITC).
  • Ensures the planning of group environment plans, Child Care Food Program (CCFP) guidelines, infant/toddler daily records, individualized daily nutrition plans with an “on-demand” schedule, the proper storage and labeling of individualized formula following all safety and sanitation rules.
  • Ensures that all infants/toddlers individual needs of diapering, toileting, eating, sleeping and activities are strictly monitored and recorded on the daily infant report and shared with parents at the end of the program day in a relationship based approach.
  • Assists in maintaining a safe, clean, uncluttered and hazard free environment for children.
  • Maintains ratio guidelines according to Title 22, Head Start Performance Standards and PITC recommendations.
  • Implements developmentally appropriate curriculum into classroom activities to address and meet individual goals for children as identified in their individualized education plans.
  • Ensures that the parents are involved in supporting their children’s development and participate in planning their children’s curriculum.
  • Modifies activities; removes barriers and provides support as needed for inclusion of children with disabilities in the full range of program activities.
  • Ensures the maintenance of the environment based on Infant & Toddler Environmental Rating Scale (ITERS) Guidelines.
  • Ensures the preparation of group environment plans, daily routine schedule, observations, portfolios, DRDP-r, Child Development plans, screener, and maintaining a developmentally appropriate learning environment by applying the principles, practices, and philosophies of PITC, Title 22 and KidZCommunity policy and procedures.
  • Ensures that the health and safety of children is maintained through preventative health practices and the practice of health emergency procedures including methods of handling suspected or known child abuse.
  • Promotes and facilitates the interpersonal relationships with staff and parents, using conflict resolution skills when necessary.
  • Ensures the proper use, maintenance and storage of all center equipment and supplies.
  • Assists in recording child attendance and signing all forms to be submitted according to time schedules.
  • Responsible to participate in agency’s Career Development Program, taking related courses when necessary or other training when directed as a program requirement.
  • Attends all in-service trainings.
  • Responsible for implementing PITC philosophy, principles and practices.
  • May serves as substitute site supervisor in the absence of the site supervisor.
  • Provide staffing coverage at other EHS/HS sites for support when needed.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

The Infant Care Teacher is directly supervised by the Site Supervisor. This is full-time non-exempt position. Number of months per year varies according to site.

Experience:

  • One year experience in infant/toddler care a plus.

Education and Permit:

  • Six (6) Infant/Toddler ECE/CD units completed and a minimum of twelve (12) units in ECE, including Core Course requirements. An Associate Teacher Permit must be, at a minimum, applied for within 60 days of hire date and must be maintained or upgraded throughout the course of employment.
  • or
  • Three (3) Infant/Toddler ECE/CD units completed and a minimum of twelve (12) units in ECE, including Core Course requirements; the second Infant/Toddler class must be completed within one (1) year. An Associate Teacher Permit must be, at minimum, applied for within 60 days of hire and must be maintained or upgraded throughout the course of employment.

Continuing Education:

  • Training as required

$15.72 – $16.68 per hour
2% Bilingual Enhancement

Job Description:

The Infant Care Teacher is responsible for assisting the Site Supervisor in the administration of an infant and toddler program, and in the planning, preparation and execution of the program in conformance with the Head Start Performance Standards, Title 22 and Title 5 of the California Administrative Code as applicable.

  • Assists in creating a developmentally appropriate learning environment applying the principles, practices and philosophy of Program for Infant & Toddler Care (PITC).
  • Ensures the planning of group environment plans, Child Care Food Program (CCFP) guidelines, infant/toddler daily records, individualized daily nutrition plans with an “on-demand” schedule, the proper storage and labeling of individualized formula following all safety and sanitation rules.
  • Ensures that all infants/toddlers individual needs of diapering, toileting, eating, sleeping and activities are strictly monitored and recorded on the daily infant report and shared with parents at the end of the program day in a relationship based approach.
  • Assists in maintaining a safe, clean, uncluttered and hazard free environment for children.
  • Maintains ratio guidelines according to Title 22, Head Start Performance Standards and PITC recommendations.
  • Implements developmentally appropriate curriculum into classroom activities to address and meet individual goals for children as identified in their individualized education plans.
  • Ensures that the parents are involved in supporting their children’s development and participate in planning their children’s curriculum.
  • Modifies activities; removes barriers and provides support as needed for inclusion of children with disabilities in the full range of program activities.
  • Ensures the maintenance of the environment based on Infant & Toddler Environmental Rating Scale (ITERS) Guidelines.
  • Ensures the preparation of group environment plans, daily routine schedule, observations, portfolios, DRDP-r, Child Development plans, screener, and maintaining a developmentally appropriate learning environment by applying the principles, practices, and philosophies of PITC, Title 22 and KidZCommunity policy and procedures.
  • Ensures that the health and safety of children is maintained through preventative health practices and the practice of health emergency procedures including methods of handling suspected or known child abuse.
  • Promotes and facilitates the interpersonal relationships with staff and parents, using conflict resolution skills when necessary.
  • Ensures the proper use, maintenance and storage of all center equipment and supplies.
  • Assists in recording child attendance and signing all forms to be submitted according to time schedules.
  • Responsible to participate in agency’s Career Development Program, taking related courses when necessary or other training when directed as a program requirement.
  • Attends all in-service trainings.
  • Responsible for implementing PITC philosophy, principles and practices.
  • May serves as substitute site supervisor in the absence of the site supervisor.
  • Provide staffing coverage at other EHS/HS sites for support when needed.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

The Infant Care Teacher is directly supervised by the Site Supervisor. This is full-time non-exempt position. Number of months per year varies according to site.

Experience:

  • One year experience in infant/toddler care a plus.

Education and Permit:

  • Six (6) Infant/Toddler ECE/CD units completed and a minimum of twelve (12) units in ECE, including Core Course requirements. An Associate Teacher Permit must be, at a minimum, applied for within 60 days of hire date and must be maintained or upgraded throughout the course of employment.
  • or
  • Three (3) Infant/Toddler ECE/CD units completed and a minimum of twelve (12) units in ECE, including Core Course requirements; the second Infant/Toddler class must be completed within one (1) year. An Associate Teacher Permit must be, at minimum, applied for within 60 days of hire date and must be maintained or upgraded throughout the course of employment.

Continuing Education:

  • Training as required

$28.00 – $29.14 per hour
2% Bilingual Enhancement

Job Description:

The Early Head Start (EHS) Site Supervisor must exercise independent judgment in all functions of the job and is responsible for the day-to-day operation and administration of the program, including planning, preparation, daily routine, supervision and development of an individualized program for infants, toddlers and their families in accordance with Title 22 and the Head Start Performance Standards.

  • Develops and administers daily operation of the program in the center that conforms to Head Start Performance Standards, Title 22 Regulations, Child and Adult Food Program (CACFP), the operations manual, employee handbook, and follows all agency policies and procedures.
  • Responsible for creating a developmentally appropriate learning environment applying the principles, practices and philosophy of Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) and a Reggio Emilia inspired approach.
  • Responsible for monitoring and evaluating the preparation of group environment plans, infant / toddler daily records, individualized daily nutrition plans with an “on demand” schedule, the proper storage and labeling of individualized formula following all safety and sanitation rules and regulations.
  • Ensures that all infants’ / toddlers’ individual needs of diapering, toileting, eating is strictly monitored and recorded on the proper documents. Ensure that they are shared with parents by staff at the end of the program day in a relationship-based approach.
  • Maintain communication in a timely basis via email, text, returning phone calls, etc. on a regular basis.
  • Responsible for maintaining a safe, clean, hazard free, and esthetically pleasing environment for children within ratio guidelines according to Title 22, Head Start Performance Standards and PITC philosophy.
  • Implements the PITC 6 essential policies:
    1. Continuity of care
    2. Small group size
    3. Primary care
    4. Individualized care
    5. Inclusive of all children
    6. Culturally sensitive
  • Responsible for monitoring that the environment is child-directed relates to self-exploration and discovery that includes intentional, reflective use of open-ended materials.
  • Ensures that the parents are involved in their children’s developmental milestones and participates in their children’s curriculum as it pertains to their developmental level.
  • Modifies activities; removes barriers and provides support as needed for inclusion of children with disabilities in the full range of program activities.
  • Creates a transition plan for every child by age 2.6 and when a child transfers to another childcare setting and tracks through use of a monitoring tool.
  • Responsible for monitoring and ensuring staff preparation of group environment plans, daily routine schedule, observations, portfolios, children’s assessment through reflective practices while creating and maintaining a developmentally appropriate learning environment by applying the principles, practices and philosophies of Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) and a Emilia Reggio inspired approach.
  • Ensures that the health and safety of children through: (1) educating parents and staff on preventive health practices, and (2) ensures health emergency procedures including methods of handling suspected or known child abuse.
  • Promotes and facilitates the interpersonal relationships with staff and parents, using conflict resolution skills when necessary, through a reflective, strength-based approach.
  • Responsible for the preparation and maintaining of active families’ files ensuring each child’s file includes required documentation following the Agency policy and procedures.
  • In conjunction with the Family Advocate, ensures that children and families are linked to an ongoing source of continuous, accessible health care and that children are up to date and following the periodicity schedule that includes immunizations and well-baby checks for State and Federal guidelines.
  • Responsible for conducting and documenting regularly scheduled staff meeting a minimum of once a week.
  • Responsible for the proper use and maintenance of facility and center equipment and supplies.
  • Responsible for recording child attendance and for recording, reviewing and signing all forms to be submitted according to Agency timelines.
  • Responsible for the administration, implementation and documentation of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
  • Responsible for the supervision, monitoring, evaluation, and training of all center employees while using relationship-based strategies and reflective, strength-based approach.
  • Ensures staff adheres to agency policies, Title 22 and Performance Standards.
  • Complete and submit the Education Worksheet, Needs and Service Plan tracking sheet, ASQ tracking, and transition tracking following Agency timeline.
  • Attend monthly Site Supervisor meetings
  • Participate in Agency Advisory Committees
  • Review and sign Time Off requests, ETO requests and Mileage reimbursement forms
  • In conjunction with the Family Advocate and Staff, completes all enrollment functions. Participate in ongoing recruitment activities, maintains full enrollment and a minimum of 85% attendance, following KidZKount’s enrollment and attendance policy.
  • Attends Child Focus meetings weekly with the Family Advocate and documents meetings following Agency policy and procedures.
  • In conjunction with the Family Advocate, provide monthly Parent Center Committee meetings.
  • Responsible with the Family Advocate in securing parent delegates for Policy Council and all other advisory committees.
  • Responsible for participating in the agency’s Professional Growth Program, including supporting center staff Professional Growth Plans.
  • Attends all staff development in-service trainings and support Policy Council functions when requested.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Experience:

  • Classroom experience required for Site Supervisor permit.
  • One year’s experience supervising adult.

Education and Permit:

  • Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development, or 60 college units including 24 ECE/CD with required core courses specified by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
  • Minimum six units specific to infants and toddlers.
  • Continued work toward a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or a related field.
  • Six (6) units Administration, plus two (2) units of Adult Supervision.
  • Preventative Health Training (i.e., HD 08).
  • Current 1st Aid and CPR certification
  • A Site Supervisor Permit must be, at minimum, applied for within 30 days of hire and maintained or upgraded throughout the course of employment.

Continuing Education:

  • PITC training
  • Additional training as required.

$32.83 – $36.93 per hour
2% Bilingual Enhancement

Job Description:

The Accounting Manager will be responsible for all accounting functions through monthly financial statements including internal and external reporting.  The Accounting Manager will be responsible to work with the Finance and Administrative Director to create, record and monitor budgets for all program funds, including mid-year revisions.  The Accounting Manager will work with annual auditors to streamline the audit engagement.  Supervise the Payroll and Benefits Specialist, Accounts Payable Coordinator II and the Payroll and Benefits Coordinator.

  • Works with the Finance and Administrative Director to create, record and monitor budgets for all program funds, including mid-year revisions.  This includes both the total budget and the monthly projections.
  • Cash log reconciliation and monthly bank reconciliations preparation for restricted checking, operating checking, and pass-through account, and all related journal entries, review all related deposits and draws.
  • Serves as backup for processing payroll and accounts payable as needed.
  • Assures bi-weekly payroll journal entries are imported into the accounting system.
  • Monitors all grants, contracts and other amounts receivable; including billings for State Preschools, Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), cash draws, and any other amounts receivable as they occur.
  • Ensures that all KidZCommunity policies and certificates are current, assuring liability coverage for the Board of Directors, agency owned vehicles, real property assets, agency-sponsored events and functions, legislated mandated requirements, and all requirements based on operational grant terms and conditions.
  • Assures all data has been entered and all monthly, recurring and adjusting journal entries, including CACFP allocations and revenue and depreciation/amortization, have been made prior to producing financial statements. Reviews and approves all invoices for payment.
  • Assures all balance sheet accounts are reconciled before financial statements are prepared each month.
  • Produces balance sheets, budget to actual financial statements, statement of unrestricted cash flow, and other reports as required for review by the Finance & Administrative Director.
  • Analyzes agency wide and fund budget differences and create a closed loop report explaining major variances for review by the Finance & Administrative Director.
  • Attends the monthly Program/Finance-Audit Committee meeting and presents financial reports and the closed loop report with the Finance & Administrative Director.
  • Assures financial compliance with the terms and conditions of all contracts.
  • Prepares the working trial balance, working papers, confirmations and all other items requested by the audit firm performing the annual audit.
  • Completes annual evaluations of the Payroll and Benefits Specialist, Accounts Payable Coordinator II and the Payroll and Benefits Coordinator.
  • Monitor and maintain updates to fiscal operations manual, desk guides, and job descriptions.
  • Meet weekly with the Finance and Administrative Director to ensure all information and status of projects is shared.
  • Participate in Staff In-Service, Finance Committee and Management meetings as well as other agency meetings and events as requested.
  • Participate in the annual Federal Review as requested.
  • Assist the Finance and Administrative Director with projects to enhance and increase services as requested.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience:

  • Three (3) years management experience in an accounting capacity, including supervision, preferably for a non-profit agency using fund accounting.

Education and Permit:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting or equivalent.  Other business administration concentrations may be acceptable, dependent on experience.
  • Training in Head Start Performance Standards and Uniform Guidance may be required.

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