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The OSU Extension 4-H Youth Development program invites applications for a full-time, 12-month, 4-H Youth Development Outreach Program Coordinator position in Baker County. The Coordinator will work as a member of a regional and statewide team of the 4-H Youth Development program, affiliated with OSUâs College of Public Health & Human Sciences. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Program Leader and the Regional Director. Program Mission Extension programs of the College of Public Health & Human Sciences are aligned toward a common vision of lifelong health and well-being for every person, family, and community. The central purpose of this position is to extend the knowledge and research of OSU to the communities of Oregon in a manner that is responsive to local needs and respectful of local norms and culture. The incumbent joins a network of campus-and community-based Extension faculty and staff who share this responsibility for community engagement. Work is accomplished through hands-on, learner-centered education as well as systems-level interventions that influence the environments in which people live, work, learn, and play. 4-H provides young people with intentional, high quality learning experiences that promote positive interactions with adults and peers, sustained and active participation across time, and opportunities to make meaningful contributions to the world around them. This mission is accomplished through the work of volunteers, youth, community members, and professionals who organize and conduct learning experiences in club, group, community & family settings. Purpose of Position This faculty member is responsible for the management of a diverse portfolio of educational programming that meets the needs of youth in Baker County. All 4-H faculty are expected to use best practices in positive youth development to ensure that educational programs are of high quality and produce their intended outcomes. Programs are implemented in a manner that measures impact, fosters program improvement and strengthens community connections. This faculty member will work extensively with volunteers, in supervisory (program management) and collaborative roles. The incumbent must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build and maintain positive community relationships. The faculty member must be attentive to detail, able to teach adults and youth, adept at promoting and marketing to adult and youth audiences. As a land-grant institution committed to teaching, research, and outreach and engagement, Oregon State University promotes economic, social, cultural, and environmental progress for the people of Oregon, the nation, and the world.Â Oregon State values the inclusion of multiple, diverse communities in meaningful and collaborative enterprises.Â To review posting and apply, please visit http://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/80818. Posting P03221UF. Closing date: 08/18/2019. OSU is an AA/EOE/Vets/Disabled.
Are you driven to help children and families succeed? Do you long to be part of a team that is making a difference in your own community? Then Oregon Child Development Coalition (OCDC) is the place for you! COMPANY BIO: We are a Head Start non-profit comprised of educators, social workers, transportation, facilities, and administrative staff; all at the top of their fields, and all passionate about making a difference in the lives of these children and families. POSITION SUMMARY: As a Home Visitor you will provide comprehensive child development and parent support services to families with children from prenatal to age 3 through weekly home visiting and regular group socializations emphasizing parents as the childâs first and most important relationships. Collaborate with families and community providers to ensure child and family health and well-being. Year-round full time position, Plus excellent benefits! RESPONIBILITIES: â¢ Supports familiesâ safety, health, financial stability, life goals, and aspirations. â¢ Works with families as they identify and achieve their goals. â¢ Supports families in accessing program and community supports and resources that promote progress on child development and family goals. â¢ Performs effective record keeping and internal and external reporting tasks to track individual child, family, and program progress. â¢ Enters data and runs reports utilizing electronic tracking system. â¢ Compiles, documents, and sorts data related to program services and individual child development and family case management. EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or GED; AND license, certification, or credential held in nursing (ie. LPN, CNA, etc.), family development credential (FDC), or child development associate credential (CDA); AND minimum 3 yearsâ experience working directly with low income children from prenatal to 3 years of age and their families; WITH combined coursework and experience to include prenatal and postpartum care; infant/toddler health, growth, and development; and home visiting or case management. OR Associates degree or higher in social work, psychology, sociology, human services (include related areas such as child and/or family development or social services), nursing plus current Registered Nurse (RN) license, early childhood education; AND minimum 1 yearsâ experience working directly with low income children from prenatal to 3 years of age and their families; WITH combined coursework and experience to include prenatal and postpartum care; infant/toddler health, growth, and development; and home visiting or case management. OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS: â¢ Bilingual English/Spanish preferred, as program needs dictate. Must read, speak and write English and preferably Spanish fluently or use interpretation and translation services as needed. â¢ Possess current Food Handlers Card â¢ First Aid and CPR cards with infant/child CPR. (pediatric and adult) BENEFITS: â¢ Medical, dental, vision, 11 paid holidays, and sick leave â¢ Vacation (5 weeks by 5 years) â¢ 401k program which ranks in the top 1% of the nation TO APPLY: For full job details and to apply online please visit our website at www.ocdc.net and follow the link under the "about us" section. Equal Opportunity Employer
Apply online at jobs.boystown.org To explore the day in the life of a Family-Teaching Partner (commonly referred to as Family Teaching Couple), please visit this address: https://jobs.boystown.org/family-teaching-couple Overview of Boys Town Boys Town is nationally recognized for its research-proven child, health and family care programs. As one of the country's largest nonprofit funded child-care organizations, Boys Town touches the lives of more than 2 million children and families nationwide each year. Join our Town today and help us shape the future of America! We currently have immediate needs in the following locations: â¢ Omaha, Nebraska â¢ Washington D.C. â¢ Tallahassee, Florida Overview of Job â¢ Live on-site in a Boys Town Family Home and provide direct care for 6-8 at-risk youth through creating a safe and loving family-style living environment â¢ Provide emotional support utilizing praise, positive feedback, affection and empathy to build ones self-confidence and respect â¢ Use rational problem solving techniques to teach youth critical thinking skills, assist with behavioral problems, counsel through personal issues and provide crisis intervention â¢ Plan, participate and provide opportunities for individual and family activities that are both educational and entertaining â¢ Display and teach parenting, family and relationship skills to youth, legal guardians and caretakers to create family engagement â¢ Maintain contact with both internal and external consumers agencies to obtain or provide information regarding youth's behaviors, strategies and progress â¢ Prepare written records for household budgeting, tracking youth progress, reporting incidents/behaviors and document youth medical needs and appointments â¢ Teach and role model Boys Town values and ethical behaviors, as well as support and encourage participation in regular religious activities â¢ Supervise the activities of assigned Assistant Family-Teacher to aid in their development and success â¢ Manage the daily operating schedule of the home; assist with youth transportation needs, and overall household upkeep Benefits â¢ Annual starting salary of $68,000 per couple (dependent on location) â¢ Benefits package that includes health, dental and vision insurance; a 401K retirement plan; paid vacation and sick leave â¢ Fully paid living expenses, which include rent, utilities, and a monthly household budget (Dependent upon location) â¢ Opportunities to earn college credit while working â¢ Career advancement opportunities within the organization â¢ Relocation Assistance â¢ Company vehicle Required Qualifications â¢ Be at least 21 years of age or older, except if applying for Washington D.C. due to contractual requirements one must be at least 22 years of age or older â¢ High School diploma or equivalent is required, some college credit is preferred â¢ Valid driver's license with good driving record and ability to pass MVR Check â¢ Must possess a valid marriage certificate. â¢ Flexibility and willingness to work a wide array of hours, which includes days, evenings, weekends and holidays â¢ Ability to pass a thorough background check and reference verification procedure in order to determine one's fitness to satisfactorily and safely care for youth â¢ Ability to attend a 2-weeks paid training in Omaha, Nebraska Keywords social work, family advocacy, wrap-around services, foster care, case planning, case management, mental health, psychology, sociology, human services, CASA, social services, criminal justice, criminology, education, at-risk youth, group home Additional Information This advertisement describes the general nature of work to be performed and does not include an exhaustive list of all duties, skills, or abilities required. Boys Town is an equal employment opportunity employer and participates in the E-Verify program. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. To request a disability-related accommodation in the application process, contact us at 1-877-639-6003.
Are you driven to help children and families succeed? Do you long to be part of a team that is making a difference in your own community? Then Oregon Child Development Coalition (OCDC) is the place for you! COMPANY BIO: We are a Head Start non-profit comprised of educators, social workers, transportation, facilities, and administrative staff; all at the top of their fields, and all passionate about making a difference in the lives of these children and families. POSITION SUMMARY: OCDC seeks a professional committed to the mission and goals of OCDC's Early Head Start, Head Start, and/or Oregon Pre-Kindergarten programs. The Site Coordinator will coordinate and supervise the daily activities of the center, ensuring that the programs offered are operating at their best abilities. The position requires excellent communication, problem-solving, and relationship building skills, as well as dedication to the work of Oregon Child Development Coalition. RESPONSIBLITIES: â¢ Ensure daily coverage for staff/child ratios â¢ Provide coverage for classrooms when needed and provide back up for staff when other substitutes are not available â¢ Manage and supervisor Center Aides, Floaters and Substitute Teachers â¢ Address and solve Center logistics problems (substitutes, purchasing, etc.) â¢ Coordinate the opening/moving/closing of classrooms â¢ Serve as Acting Substitute Director (as requested) when the Director is out of the building â¢ Coordinate and supervise staffing activities and staffing patterns to including staff work schedules (ensuring appropriate staff/child ratios, breaks, etc), and activity schedules for sharing field trips, playground activities, break room, etc. â¢ Conduct site inspections as needed and required EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: â¢ AA/AS degree in Early Childhood Education or closely related field -OR- â¢ High School Diploma/GED with 1 year classroom experience in an education environment utilizing supervisory skills. *Knowledge and experience in child development is required* OTHER REQUIREMENTS: â¢ Ability to travel occasionally â¢ Demonstrated knowledge of Head Start system â¢ Ability to operate computers and possess basic knowledge of MS Windows, Microsoft Word and other software â¢ Exceptional supervision, managerial, and organizational skills â¢ Excellent communication skills â¢ Effective training/development skills LANGUAGE SKILLS: Bilingual English/Spanish preferred BENEFITS: â¢ Medical, dental, vision, 11 paid holidays, and sick leave â¢ Vacation (5 weeks by 5 years) â¢ 401k program which ranks in the top 1% of the nation TO APPLY: Please visit our website at www.ocdc.net and click Careers at OCDC under "about us" section. Equal Opportunity Employer
POSITION SUMMARY: The Oregon Child Development Coalition (OCDC) paid internship is an all-encompassing 6 month program that will result in completion of the necessary courses and direct training needed to obtain an infant/toddler Child Development Associate (CDA) credential. At the end of the program you will join our team of substitutes, and have the needed education and experience to apply for our full-time and/or seasonal positions as they become available. The goal of the program is to equip you with the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to enter and manage your own infant/toddler classroom. Through it you will gain valuable hands-on experience working in our Early Head Start classrooms, as well as receive ongoing coaching throughout the entire internship. The program finishes with applying all the knowledge and skills learned as the head teacher in an OCDC classroom for one week. COMPANY BIO: For over 40 years, Oregon Child Development Coalition (OCDC) has provided excellent head start services to infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and their families throughout Oregon. We are an established non-profit organization that delivers early care and education support to migrant, seasonal, and other rural low-income children. We are currently expanding our services and are seeking to develop qualified classroom staff. MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: â¢ High School Diploma/GED or Diploma de EducaciÃ³n Secundaria â¢ Possess current driver's license, good driving record, and auto insurance coverage KEY REPONSIBILITIES: â¢ Meet internship program deadlines, completing assignments and obtain Infant/Toddler CDA at end of program PROGRAM GOALS: â¢ Develop skills to safely and efficiently operate a classroom: To include classroom set-up, caring and instructing the children, planning activities for parents and volunteers, and developing work assignments for the classroom team. â¢ Curriculum Development and Instruction: Learn how to develop a well-managed, child-oriented learning environment that is safe, attractive, and engaging. Gain valuable skills in developing and implementing comprehensive, individualized education plans for each child, in collaboration with the parents, co-workers and consultants. Develop proper home visit etiquette, from planning to discussions with parents. â¢ Additional Skill/Knowledge Development: Learn state regulations and Head Start Performance Standards needed to succeed in future careers in the industry. Additionally, if an intern does not possess a CPR Card, First Aid Card, and Food Handler Card, he/she will obtain them as part of the internship. TO APPLY: Please visit our website to apply https://10wwwsvr.ocdc.net/jobPostings/ Equal Opportunity Employer