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Infant Toddler Coordinator Assistant

Posted on May 18, 2019 by OLYMPIC EDUCATIONAL SVC NO 114

Bremerton, WA 98337
Education
2 May 2019
Annual Salary
Full-Time
Salary: $19.83 - $23.74 To apply: Job Summary: Provide technical assistance and support, and coordinate interdisciplinary infant and toddler services to licensed child care providers in the Kitsap, North Mason and Olympic Peninsulas area as outlined by the Department of Early Learning (DEL) Infant and Toddler Regional Interdisciplinary Services project. The Coalition Infant and Toddler Steering Committee in partnership with the supervisor define the model for services, and this position works directly with child care providers at the direction of the supervisor to deliver the services and meet all required standards and regulations. Qualifications: Required Education and Experience: 1. Knowledge/training in the Washington State Early Learning Guidelines. 2. Infant-Toddler Early Childhood Education, or Infant mental health expertise. 3. Minimum of two years' experience working in Early Learning. Preferred Education and Experience 1. Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood or Child Development or related field and a minimum one-year experience working in a prenatal, infant and toddler program. 2. Experience with infant and toddler Assessment Tools. 3. Experience in coaching and working collaboratively with adults. Required Skills, Knowledge and/or Abilities: 1. Must have good human relations and interpersonal skills, demonstrated ability to keep confidentiality, and show initiative when appropriate. 2. Good time management, able to work independently. 3. Understanding and or experience with child care licensing. 4. Knowledge or community resources available for infant and toddler providers. 5. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 6. Awareness of health and safety issues for caring for infants and toddlers. 7. Demonstrate knowledge of child development specifically infants and toddlers; experience working with infants and toddlers and their parents including the importance of respecting routines of parents and children. 8. Experience in coaching and working collaboratively with providers. 9. Reliable transportation, a valid driver's license and insurance. 10. Basic word processing and computer skills. 11. Ability to work evenings and weekends. Required Licenses and/or Certifications: 1. None required Essential Job Functions: 1. Provide technical assistance and support to licensed infant - toddler child care providers that are consistent with the Quality Rating and Improvement Systems (QRIS) standards of care, and collaborate with the QRIS technical assistance system. 2. Conduct the Infant and Toddler Environmental Rating scale (ITERS) and the Toddler Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) assessment in partnership with providers and make referrals to consultant services. 3. Assure the Infant and Toddler Interdisciplinary Consultation services meet the individual needs and traditions of the local communities, tribal nations, school districts and support the routines of the families and children. 4. Prepare reports, document work and meet all reporting deadlines. 5. Attend steering committee meetings and provide progress reports. 6. Coordinate and order materials that are needed as a result of the findings of the ITERS and CLASS assessments and consultant observation. 7. Provide training both on and off site and with large and small groups. 8. Maintain regular contact with supervisor. 9. Provide monthly outcomes and progress reports to supervisor and meet all reporting deadlines. 10. Serve as a point of contact for providers to receive consultation and other community resources. 11. Track, monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of Infant and Toddler consultation using the DEL outcomes framework as a guide. 12. Attend required trainings including CLASS, ERS, Executive Function and FIND. Other Job Functions: 1. Job presence. 2. Cooperation with management team members. 3. Uphold and assist in enforcing administrative regulations and board policy. 4. Take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect children, staff, equipment, materials, and facilities. 5. Requires the use of multiple communication and technology systems, which may include electronic mail, computers, document cameras, smart boards and web-based resources. 6. Perform other duties as assigned. 7. Participate in meetings and trainings as assigned. 8. Complete and maintain required reports and records. Working Environment: The usual and customary methods of performing the job's functions require the following conditions: Significant: none Frequent: talking & hearing (communicating with personnel/kids, telephone), vision (reading, computer monitor), handling paperwork, moderate noise (office with computers, printers, light traffic). Occasional: standing, walking, sitting, driving, kneeling/squatting/crawling, reaching above the shoulder, lifting up to 50 pounds, carrying, pushing/pulling, repetitive motion (computer keyboard, calculator, telephone keypad), climbing (stairs), , use of personal computer/fax machine/calculator/phone, looking at computer monitor, color vision (identify and distinguish colors), peripheral/depth perception, ability to adjust focus, very quiet noise level. Category: Education , Keywords: Infant Teacher Assistant

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