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Early Childhood Program Supervisor                               JobID: 3457

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Position Type: Administration/Program Supervisor

Date Posted: 12/14/2018

Location: Lifelong Learning Center

Date Available: 03/08/2019

Closing Date:  01/09/2019

Application Procedure:  To be considered for this vacancy, applicant must complete the on-line application process and indicate interest in this specific job number.

Duty Days Per Year:  225

Hours Per Day:  8

Salary: $90,327-$94,530 according to the Instructional Program Supervisors Work Agreement

Supervisor of Position: Director of Community Education

Qualifications: 
Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Early Childhood or Parent Education, Pre-Kindergarten Education
MN teacing license and licensure in ECFE, Parent Education and/or Pre-Kindergarten Education
Requires 5 years prior experience in early childhood, parent education or preschool education and services and 2 years experience in administering/coordination preferred.

Job Summary:
Under the direction of the Director of Community Education, the Early Childhood Family Educator Program Supervisor is responsible for planning, supervising and overseeing the operations and staff engaged in providing learning and engagement opportunities to children ages birth to 5 years of age. Duties include overseeing the programs of parent/child classes and events; parent education; preschool programming; kindergarten transition activities; and early childhood screening programs and outreach/publicity efforts associated with programs.

Summary of Duties:
1. Provides leadership in the planning, development and implementation of curriculum, assessment processes and use of data, instructional strategies, and the evaluation of learning environments for children birth to 5 years of age and their parents involved in parent education (e.g. home based or center based) services and programs.

2. Supervises, recruits, screens and hires licensed and non-licensed staff. Provides training, in-service opportunities and mentoring to staff. Plans for the professional development of all program staff.

3. Develops, recommends and administers an annual budget. Monitors program expenditures and revenues. Coordinates and oversees the billing, collection and deposits from fees, state aid/levy, and grant monies. Approves purchases of materials, supplies and equipment for program operations.

4. Collaborates and works closely with county social services, public health, head start programs, child care providers and other community education staff to better address the needs of program participants and support transitions to other community resources.

5. Conducts formal and informal needs assessments to meet state requirements and to determine community needs to design and implement programs/services by realigning funding, determining appropriate fees or grant funding. Seeks input from the Early Childhood Advisory Council in assessing the current status and future growth needs of the program.

6. Develops promotional, informational, and marketing materials for the program including brochures, handbooks, catalogs, flyers, social media and outreach materials and agenda to promoted targeted areas and the public.

7. Develops and implements and monitors registration processes and the collection of data for state and district reporting requirements.

8. Formulates site procedures and practices to ensure a safe environment for learning. Assigns rooms/spaces to programs and staff. Monitors building usage, problems and issues. Follows district procedures and reporting requirements for various activities in the building. Makes recommendation concerning building expenditures and improvements.

9. Serves as a member of the Community Education Management Team, District Leadership Team, Early Childhood Advisory Council, Community Education Advisory Council, and other district, local, county or state committees, as appropriate.

10. Performs other duties of a comparable level or type, as required.
• Provides professional expertise and assistance to individuals, other district staff and the community concerning areas of instructional expertise/knowledge.
• Keeps abreast of changing developments, trends, instructional and educational technologies.
• Maintains and collects data for district and state reporting.

Essential Skills:

•Skilled in developing, implementing and evaluating early childhood and family education programs and services.
• Skilled in promoting and marketing the programs and delivery of early education and family education programming to the community.
• Skilled in planning, budgeting for administering the fiscal and operational requirements of educational programming and services.
• Supervising, leading, delegating, evaluating the activities of a wide range of professional and support staff personnel.
• Preparing, recommending and monitoring the budget for assigned program areas.
• Identifying and seeking out resources available in the community, private organizations or governmental agencies that can be used to improve and enhance the services provided  by and through the early childhood center.
• Collaborating with, fostering and encouraging community involvement and support in the development and evaluation of community needs and department programs and services.
• Promoting, advertising and engaging in public relations activities to promote the programs and services of the early childhood center.
• Developing, motivating, and fostering collaborative relationships both inside and outside of the organization. Interactions are frequently with district staff, community members, advisory council members, district managers, and representatives of other agency’s or organizations.
• Performing public relations activities and working with citizens and the public in problem solving and in addressing their concerns and issues within the policies and procedures of the department and the district.

Essential Knowledge:

• Concepts, principles and philosophy of lifelong learning, public education, and relationship of community education to K-12 programming.
• Knowledge of teaching principles, practices, techniques and approaches.
• Knowledge of child/parent development theories and development stages and needs particularly infant and toddlers, and child psychology.
• Knowledge of district administrative policies and procedures (e.g. budgeting, personnel, purchasing, etc.).
• Fundamentals of supervision, management and program assessment.
• Collaboration and problem-solving skills.
• Knowledge of current trends, theories and technologies pertaining to learning environments and modalities.
• Knowledge of the fundamentals of family systems, structure and functions.
• Knowledge of the basic fundamentals, issues and trends pertaining to child health, nutrition and safety.
• Knowledge of group processes and group facilitation techniques.
• Knowledge of marketing strategies and approaches.
• Laws, rules or regulations pertaining to early childhood field.

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Posting closing date:  Jan. 9, 2019

December 17th, 2018

Posted In: Career Opportunities

POSITION:                            ECFE Parent Educator

Tri-City United Schools is seeking a licensed Parent Educator district-wide for their Early Childhood Family Education program. Preferred applicants hold a MN Parent and Family Education license and are willing to serve as a community resource for families and child care providers. Please contact program coordinator, Natalie Eckstein at 507.364.8116 or email at neckstein@tcu2905.us, and apply at www.tcu2905.us.

LOCATION:                          TCU proudly serves the communities of Le Center, Lonsdale,

and Montgomery

STARTING DATE:                 January 2019

SALARY:                               $22/hourly wage, approx. 20-30 hours per week

REPORTS TO:                       Early Learning Coordinator

DATE OF POSTING:             December 10, 2018

LICENSURE:                         Parent and Family Education Licensure or similar or ability to obtain a variance

QUALIFICATIONS:

○        A strong skill set in group facilitation

○        Participation in collaborative efforts with other Early Childhood staff

○        A willingness and flexibility to work evenings and weekends on occasion

○        Be a resource and liaison for community members, daycares, and local Head Start programs

○        Visit local daycares and homes

TO APPLY:    Apply online  https://www.tcu2905.us/page/5137

Contact Natalie Eckstein, Early Learning Coordinator at neckstein@tcu2905.us or 507.364.8116 with questions.

DEADLINE TO APPLY:       December 21, 2018

December 17th, 2018

Posted In: Career Opportunities

POSITION:                            School Readiness Lead Teacher

LOCATION:                          TCU proudly serves the Lonsdale, Le Center, and                                                               Montgomery communities

STARTING DATE:                 January 2, 2019

SALARY:                               $22/hourly wage, approx 35-40 hours per week

REPORTS TO:                       Early Learning Coordinator

DATE OF POSTING:             December 10, 2018

LICENSURE:                         Early Childhood, Pre-Primary, or similar licensure. Ability to obtain a variance would also be considered.

QUALIFICATIONS:               Must have knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices, implementation of preschool curriculum, Early Childhood Indicators of Progress and developmental milestones of children ages 3-5 years.

TO APPLY:                            Apply online  https://www.tcu2905.us/page/5137

Contact Natalie Eckstein, Early Learning Coordinator at neckstein@tcu2905.us or 507.364.8116 with questions.

DEADLINE TO APPLY:       December 21, 2018 or until filled.

 

 

December 17th, 2018

Posted In: Career Opportunities

POSITION:                            Early Childhood Family Educator

LOCATION:                          TCU proudly serves the communities of Le Center, Lonsdale,

and Montgomery.

STARTING DATE:                 January 2019

SALARY:                               $22/hourly wage, approx. 20-25 hours per week

REPORTS TO:                       Early Learning Coordinator

DATE OF POSTING:             December 10, 2018

LICENSURE:                         MN Licensure in Early Childhood, Pre-Primary, or similar or the ability to obtain a variance.

QUALIFICATIONS:              Must be organized, flexible, and available for occasional

evenings and weekends. A strong understanding and practice in planning developmentally appropriate activities for children 0-5 years old and their families. A preferred candidate is a team player and willing to contribute to district planning and program improvement. Must be willing to serve as a liaison to families in the communities through our outreach program.

TO APPLY:    Apply online  https://www.tcu2905.us/page/5137

Contact Natalie Eckstein, Early Learning Coordinator at neckstein@tcu2905.us or 507.364.8116 with questions.

DEADLINE TO APPLY:       December 21, 2018

 

 

December 17th, 2018

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Job Title: General Assistant for School Readiness/ECFE

Position Type: Support Staff (Assistant)/General Assistant

Location: Handke Family Center, Elk River

Date Available: ASAP

Closing Date: Until Filled

Description:

The Assistant assist in Early Childhood Family Education/School Readiness class sessions, activities, and events; attend staff meetings; work with other ECFE staff; obtain needed class materials.

Job Summary:

1. Assist the teacher in the classroom with tutoring students, collecting student data, and other student activities to ensure effective classroom management.

2. Assist teachers in collecting and preparing instructional materials, which may include shopping for supplies; such as, media center materials, reading and math worksheets and tests, project materials, general supplies, and straightening rooms so that instructional materials are available

when needed to support classroom activities. Set-up, organize, and replace consumable materials used in the classroom to ensure materials are available for students and ensure effective classroom management.

3. Utilize positive behavior management techniques at the direction of the teacher to ensure effective classroom management.

4. Assist the teacher in the production of materials to be used during class time to ensure effective classroom management.

5. Maintain confidentiality of family and program information.

6. Work as a team member with other staff to promote positive educational environment.

7. Supervise students in the lunchroom, classroom, playground, or other assigned areas and may also wipe lunch tables so that students act in a safe manner appropriate to the school environment.

8. May perform general duties; such as, filing, copying, data entry, and answering phones so that the needs of building teachers are met.

9. May sell, take and/or tally tickets for various school events.

10. Other job related duties as assigned.

Hours:

Must be flexible. Up to 900 hours to be assigned as needed to assist in ECFE/SR classes and other activities. Actual hours worked will not exceed 40 hours in any one week and usually will be less than 40 hours in any one week. Hours will vary each week depending on offerings and enrollment. ECFE activities are scheduled year round and weeks may not be contiguous, however, the majority of the work will be scheduled during the regular school year. ECFE/SR activities may be scheduled weekdays and weekends, mornings, afternoons and evenings. Specific schedules will be determined based on the needs of the families. The actual number of sessions to be implemented each week may vary.

Qualifications:

1. High school degree, GED, or equivalent.

2. Ability to work effectively with parents, students, and other staff.

3. Ability and experience working with classroom technology is desirable.

4. Willingness to accept and follow direction.

5. Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.

6. General office skills.

7. Ability to maintain confidentiality.

8. Ability to work overtime including evenings, weekends and holidays.

9. Ability to work with children ages birth to five.

10. Experience working with children ages birth to five and First Aid/CPR training is desirable.

11. Early childhood training or experience such as Minnesota Reading Corps or college coursework desirable.

 

Application Procedure:

Apply online at https://www.generalasp.com/elkrivermn/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Support+Staff+(Assistant)

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Job Title: Early Childhood Family Education Teacher; .5 FTE

Position Type: Early Childhood Family Education/Early Childhood Family Education Teacher

Location: ECFE

Date Available: ASAP

Closing Date:  Until Filled

Description:

The Teacher develops material and lesson plans, conducts classroom instruction and evaluates and assess student performance. The incumbent meets with parents, interprets student progress, and informs parents/guardians about student strengths, weaknesses, and progress.

Job Summary:

1.    Plans instruction and other student support activities, including the establishment of overall goals and priorities, lesson plans, classroom activities (i.e., laboratory experiments, media presentations, etc.) and daily lesson plans, as applicable to the teacher’s particular assignment. Such plans should be consistent with the School District/department goals and objectives; should consider the needs and abilities of the students; and should incorporate basic components of lesson design, as appropriate. Reviews, selects, and modifies materials and resources consistent with instructional objectives and students’ participation so that lesson plans and instructional materials developed are consistent with School District/department goals and objectives.

2.    Provides instruction to students in a manner which incorporates essential elements of instruction, i.e., teaching specific objectives, teaching at appropriate levels of difficulty, including methods of extending students’ thinking, uses techniques to monitor student progress and adjusts instruction accordingly, and correctly employs various principles of learning so that classroom instruction effectively meets the needs of students consistent with School District objectives.

3.    Establishes behavior expectations and maintains student control in the classroom, on school premises, and/or in school activities by communicating expectations for appropriate behavior. Provides structure and consistency and encourages student responsibility, cooperation, and mutual respect in a manner consistent with School District policies and procedures and legal requirements so that the learning environment is successful.

4.    Participates in parent/teacher conference. Maintains grade book to demonstrate student strengths, weaknesses, and/or problems that the student may be experiencing in the classroom so that parents are informed of student’s strengths, weaknesses, problems, and progress.

5.    Collaborates with other professional staff regarding the needs of students by communicating accurately, preserving confidentiality of information, and sharing best teaching practices and new teaching techniques or procedures available so that effective professional work relationships properly meet the needs of students.

6.    Develops student tests and evaluates results. Determines student grades for instructional units and reports grades to parents at School District assigned time.

7.    Develops and maintains adequate knowledge of the subject(s) taught or support service rendered and demonstrates an understanding of how the subject(s) or support services fit into the overall School District and department philosophy, objectives, and curriculum in order to maintain professional competency in assigned subject matters.

8.    Pursues professional development activities to broaden and deepen knowledge of content and teaching skills and continually identifies professional needs and develops strategies to meet these needs so that there is optimum professional growth and development of teaching skills.

9.    Records and maintains proper records in order to provide accurate information.

10.  Other job related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

1.    BA/BS degree.

2.    Appropriate licensure for area of teaching.

3.    Demonstrated teaching skills.

4.    Good human relation skills.

5.    Good communication skills.

Application Procedure:

Apply online at https://www.generalasp.com/elkrivermn/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Early+Childhood+Family+Education

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Job Title: Early Childhood Family Education Parent Educator/Home Visitor

Position Type: Early Childhood Family Education/ECFE Parent Educator/Home Visitor

Location: ECFE

Date Available: ASAP

Closing Date: Until Filled

Description:

Under the general direction of the ECFE/SR Manager, the parent Educator/Home Visitor is responsible for planning, developing lesson plans and facilitating parent groups to discuss and explore family needs, parenting skills, and specific parenting issues with parents.  The Parent Educator researches, interprets and presents current information of family issues, serves as a resource to parents and provides referral information, as needed.

Job Summary:

Parent Education:

Plans, designs and facilitates curriculum that addresses all areas of the early childhood learning standards regarding child and parent development using the Parent Education Core Curriculum Framework.

Observes and monitors the cognitive and emotional development of children through observation of play and social interactions.  Meets with parents to discuss any developmental issues or concerns and facilitates referral to other services, if needed.

Establishes a rapport with parents and offers support, behavioral strategies and resources to promote and facilitate the development and strengthening of their parenting skills and understanding of the cognitive and emotional development of their children.

Models and teaches parents effective behavioral strategies in dealing with their children and addressing their needs.  Makes follow up calls to parents to monitor specific needs and concerns.

Collaborates with staff and individual teams on curriculum which includes best practices for Early Childhood Family Education classes.

Creates a climate of trust and safety which includes the importance of privacy and confidentiality.

Arranges a safe and appealing environment in which to learn.

Home Visitor:

Plans, facilitates and conducts home visits with early childhood families.

Empower parents to meet their own and their children’s needs.

Provide information about community resources and facilitate connections.

Promote the development of the family as well as the children through activities, modeling and encouragement.

 

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in early childhood education, parent education, early childhood special education or related field.

Licensed by the State of MN in Parent Education.

Knowledge of parent education, adult learning and the Parent Education Core Curriculum Framework.

Ability to work effectively with children and parents.

Experience with early childhood home visiting.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with program manager and staff, district personnel and students.

Ability to work independently with limited supervision.

Evidence of self motivation, enthusiasm, patience, problem solving and flexibility.

Evidence of effective written and verbal communication skills.

Knowledge of TASCEI

 

Application Procedure:

Apply online at https://www.generalasp.com/elkrivermn/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Early+Childhood+Family+Education

December 14th, 2018

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Enrichment Coordinator – JOB ID: 2848

Community Services Enrichment Coordinator

Full-time position with the Community Services Division beginning approximately 11/1/2018.  Scheduled hours/days:  40 hrs/wk 52 weeks a year.

Qualifications Required: Bachelor’s degree and experience in youth and adult programming and/or marketing/publications experience.

Duties: Responsible for developing, coordinating, implementing and supervising Community Services adult and youth enrichment programs, driver’s education and Project ABLE. Responsible for the coordination and production of the Community Services brochure published three times a year, in addition to other marketing activities.

Deadline: 12/31/2018 – EOE – Employment is contingent upon completion of a background check.

To apply – https://www.applitrack.com/ nfld/onlineapp/default.aspx? Category=Community+Services+ Positions

December 12th, 2018

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Community Education Program Supervisor
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Category: Administrative – Community Education/Community Services Program Supervisor
Date Posted: 12/11/2018
Location: ESC – Community Education – Community Schools
Date Closing: 01/15/2019
Posting # 4840

Community Education Program Supervisor
Full Time  12 months

Support, direct, and manage the personnel, programs, and services of the Community Services Department within the Community Education Department.  Oversight includes Elementary and Middle School OST (Out of School Time), Youth-Services, Aquatics, and Community Use of Facilities.

Duties:  Provide leadership and direction for the planning, development, coordination, implementation, marketing and evaluation of the effectiveness of assigned programs, personnel and services.  Prepare and monitor budget within areas of supervision.  Maintain record keeping systems and develops appropriate reporting processes.  Ensure continuous improvement by analyzing data, setting performance goals, monitoring performance, aligning resources, and prioritizing activities to achieve maximum results.  Coordinate and integrate assigned programs with school district, municipal, county and community organizations to most effectively serve learners.  Represent the Community Education Department at assigned meetings.  Develop program practices that support the educational objectives of the Anoka-Hennepin School District.  Execute administrative responsibilities in accordance with the policies of the Anoka-Hennepin School District and state law.  Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Community Education.
Directly supervise supervisory staff (Community School Coordinators, Aquatics Supervisor, Recreation Supervisor) and clerical support staff.

Minimum Qualifications:  Requires Bachelor’s degree in education, recreation, community education or closely related field, plus five years experience working in community education and five years previous supervisory experience.  Excellent verbal, written, communication, organizational, and technical skills.  Ability to interact effectively with individuals and groups in a variety of settings, with persons of diverse backgrounds.  Ability to maintain regular attendance, which includes completing as assigned day.  Ability to perform position responsibilities including physical factors, work devices and materials handling, data functions, and people functions.

Preferred Qualifications:  Minnesota Community Education Director License preferred.

Start Date:  2/4/19.

Rate of Pay:  $81,414 and up, DOQ, plus benefits

All Applicants must complete the Anoka-Hennepin Schools online application at www.ahschools.us/employment

December 11th, 2018

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Status:          Part-time, 15-20 hours per week, afternoons
Position:       School Age Child Care Assistant    
Beginning:    January 2019. (please apply by December 17, 2018)

Rockford Area Schools Community Education is currently accepting applications for
School-Age Child Care Assistants at our Galaxy Kids Program.  This qualified candidate will help lead and supervise youth ages 3-12 years old in large and small group settings.  They will assist with designing and implementing age-appropriate lesson plans and activities while maintaining a commitment to inclusion, diversity, youth leadership, and positive interactions with children, coworkers, and invested stakeholders.

Experience:
Working with/supervising school aged children 3-12, computer/math skills, knowledge of the developmental needs for school age children, and the ability to communicate effectively with other staff members, program leader and parents/children. 1 year working with school-age children using the Core Competencies for School-age care preferred.

Qualifications: High School Diploma; First Aid Certification-preferred.

Questions contact: Jessica Peters at petersj@rockford.k12.mn.us or 763-477-7555

Please apply online via the Rockford Schools Appli Track website at: https://www.applitrack.com/ rockfordmn/onlineapp/

Open until filled.

December 7th, 2018

Posted In: Career Opportunities

EARLY HEAD START
HOME VISITOR
(Bilingual—Somali Speaking)

Families First of Minnesota has an opening for an Early Head Start Home Visitor—Somali Speaking (full-time) in its Early Head Start Program.  The individual in this position is responsible for home visits with families in the Early Head Start Program.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) or Associate’s degree (A.A.) in Education, or related field, or a combined equivalent of education, experience and/or training.  Knowledge of Head Start Performance Standards is helpful as well as experience working with families from diverse and low-income populations. The ideal candidate will be a team player who supports the Head Start philosophy in partnering with families and supporting staff.  Head Start parents are encouraged to apply and will be given preference based on qualifications.  The individual in this position must be Bilingual (Somali-Speaking). Head Start and Families First of Minnesota also offers opportunities for continuing education for individuals seeking to obtain their Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in the Early Education field.

If you or someone you know is interested in applying for this position, please visit our website at https://c2r2.applicantpro.com/jobs/ .

Position will remain open until filled.  Families First of Minnesota is committed to creating a multi-cultural, bias-free agency.

 

December 6th, 2018

Posted In: Career Opportunities

Early Childhood Parent Educator

Qualifications: MN Teaching Licensure in Parent Education preferred. Bachelor’s degree in
Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Social Work or related field.
Duties to include: Plan, design and deliver curriculum that addresses all areas of early
childhood and parent development. Creatively lead and facilitate discussion groups on a wide
variety of topics relating to child development and parenting.

Position: Part-time. Schedule varies

Salary: Based on experience and qualifications

Application Deadline: December 16 or until filled

Start Date: January 2019

Dassel and Cokato are supportive communities an hour west of Minneapolis and 35 miles south
of St. Cloud. Award-winning schools staffed by exceptional educators serve over 2,300 bright,
energetic learners from the D-C area. We would love to add you to our team!

Send: District’s application form, resume, three letters of reference, transcripts, and a copy of
your license to:
Angela Smith Early Childhood Education Coordinator
4852 Reardon Avenue SW Suite 1400
Cokato, MN 55321
320-286-4100, ext. 1024
Fax: 320-286-4121
E-mail: angela.smith@dc.k12.mn.us
Website: www.dc.k12.mn.us

Early Childhood Family Education Parent Educator Position Description:
The Parent Educator is responsible for developing lesson plans and facilitating parent
groups. They will discuss and explore family needs, parenting skills, and specific parenting
issues with parents. The Parent Educator researches, interprets and presents current
information of family issues, serves as a resource to parents and provides referral information,
as needed. The Parent Educator is under the supervision of the Early Childhood Program
Coordinator.

Job Summary:
1. Plans, designs and facilitates curriculum that addresses all areas of the early
childhood learning standards regarding child and parent development using the
Parent Education Core Curriculum Framework.
2. Observes and monitors the cognitive and emotional development of children
through observation of play and social interactions. Meets with parents to discuss
any developmental issues or concerns and facilitates referral to other services, if
needed.
3. Establishes a rapport with parents and offers support, behavioral strategies and
resources to promote and facilitate the development and strengthening of their
parenting skills and understanding of the cognitive and emotional development of
their children.
4. Models and teaches parents effective behavioral strategies in dealing with their
children and addressing their needs. Makes follow up calls to parents to monitor
specific needs and concerns.
5. Collaborates with staff on curriculum which includes best practices for Early
Childhood Family Education classes.
6. Creates a climate of trust and safety which includes the importance of privacy and
confidentiality.
7. Arranges a safe and appealing environment in which to learn.

Qualifications:
 Bachelor’s Degree in early childhood education, early childhood special education, social work or related field.
 Licensed by the State of MN in Parent Education preferred.
 Knowledge of parent education, adult learning and the Parent Education Core Curriculum Framework.
 Ability to work effectively with children and parents.
 Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with program coordinator and staff, district personnel and students.
 Ability to work independently and in a team setting.
 Evidence of self-motivation, enthusiasm, patience, problem solving and flexibility.
 Evidence of effective written and verbal communication skills.

NOTE:
Candidates must pass a criminal background check in order to be eligible for employment.
Angela Smith Early Childhood Education Coordinator
PO Box 1600 4852 Reardon Avenue SW
Cokato, MN 55321
320-286-4100, ext. 1024
Fax: 320-286-4121
E-mail: angela.smith@dc.k12.mn.us
Website: www.dc.k12.mn.us

December 6th, 2018

Posted In: Career Opportunities

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