Description

Compensation Type: Hourly wages
Job Type:
Part Time

Pay Range: $25.00
Organization's Mission: Children’s Service Society of Utah empowers families, caregivers, and professionals through services supporting the safety and well-being of children.
Organization's Race, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Statement and Work: CSS is an equal opportunity employer and does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.
Position Summary: General Summary:
Builds a relationship with 10 programs over a 12 month period in which the Coach shares their expertise and experience to assist the programs to become more successful and sustainable.
Essential Job Functions:

General Office Duties:
• Attend Children’s Service Society and Care About Childcare staff meetings as scheduled
• Maintain a filing system for paperwork
• Assist the department with any copying, mailing, printing and other duties as assigned
• Update calendar and inform supervisor of schedule changes and needs
• Follow company policies
• Keep personal use of time to a minimum. Submit agency paperwork to appropriate supervisor in a timely manner. Follow policies and procedures, dress appropriately, and represent the agency in a positive manner
• Communicate with co-workers and team members in a positive, respectful and professional manner. Willing to work on good communication techniques, team building techniques and other ways to improve the CAC team.
Primary Responsibilities: • Provide coaching, training and education on three key elements to support and sustain child care providers;
o High quality child care programing
o Recruitment and retention of early education workforce
o Business operations
• Assist with initial consultation to conduct thorough needs assessment and outline individual programmatic goals.
• Create and adhere to timeline and plan of action for each program.
• Be on location one hour per week with each of the ten providers.
• Gain intimate knowledge of each program and individual barriers.
• Meet weekly with CRRSSA Coordinator to discuss program progress and provide updates.
• Develop and oversee a budget per program to aid with purchases that aid in goal fulfillment.
• Assist with outreach to other systems that can support programs in their goals including interns, students, parents or community partners.
• Assist each program in registering and attending mandatory trainings.
• Assist with connecting programs to each other in order to provide peer support and mentoring.
• Perform quarterly assessments with programs to monitor progress.
• Report assessment results and findings to Coordinator.
• Assist with selecting programs from pool of applicants who are interested in receiving coaching and mentoring.
• Be well-versed in Scope of Work and CRRSSA Plan in order to provide clarity to providers and offer support.
• Provide technical assistance over the phone and on site to child care providers as needed.
• Provide coaching, training and education on three key elements to support and sustain child care providers;
o High quality child care programing
o Recruitment and retention of early education workforce
o Business operations
• Assist with initial consultation to conduct thorough needs assessment and outline individual programmatic goals.
• Create and adhere to timeline and plan of action for each program.
• Be on location one hour per week with each of the ten providers.
• Gain intimate knowledge of each program and individual barriers.
• Meet weekly with CRRSSA Coordinator to discuss program progress and provide updates.
• Develop and oversee a budget per program to aid with purchases that aid in goal fulfillment.
• Assist with outreach to other systems that can support programs in their goals including interns, students, parents or community partners.
• Assist each program in registering and attending mandatory trainings.
• Assist with connecting programs to each other in order to provide peer support and mentoring.
• Perform quarterly assessments with programs to monitor progress.
• Report assessment results and findings to Coordinator.
• Assist with selecting programs from pool of applicants who are interested in receiving coaching and mentoring.
• Be well-versed in Scope of Work and CRRSSA Plan in order to provide clarity to providers and offer support.
• Provide technical assistance over the phone and on site to child care providers as needed.
• Provide opportunities for providers to gain practical knowledge to implement and better the quality of their programs.
• Communicate with child care providers in a timely and sensitive manner.
• Distribute child care provider’s incentives as needed to help providers improve their programs and/or themselves.
• Update CRRSSA Coordinator on changes and needs.
• Follow the guidelines dictated by OCC.
• Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Knowledge of CSS services, Policies & Procedures Manual and Employee Training Manual
• Skill in operating equipment, such as personal computer, software and IT systems
• Skill in oral and written communication
• Ability to communicate with employees and business contacts in a professional and courteous manner
• Ability to work in a team environment
• Ability to organize multiple work assignments and establish priorities
• Ability to negotiate with others and resolve conflicts, particularly in sensitive situations
• Ability to pay close attention to detail and to ensure accuracy of reports and data
• Ability to make sound decisions using available information while maintaining confidentiality
Desired Qualifications: Education and Experience:
Requirements:
1) Must have a minimum of a Bachelors in Early Childhood or equivalent with 32 Early Childhood College Credits.
And
1) Must have two years of paid professional experience working directly with children.
2) Due to the nature of this position, an up to date driver’s license and reliable transportation
is required.

Physical Requirements: Percentage of Work Time Spent on Activity
0%-24% 25%-49% 50%-74% 75%-100%
Seeing: Must be able to read computer screen and various reports 75-100%
Hearing: Must be able to hear well enough to communicate with employees and others 75-100%
Standing/Walking
50-74%
Climbing/stooping/kneeling
50-74%
Lifting/pulling/pushing
25-49%
Fingering/grasping/feeling: Must be able to write, type, and use phone system
75-100%
Benefits / Why Work With Us: Great non-profit that is family friendly with focus on improving the lives of children.
Future opportunities for growth.
How to Apply: email resume: carla@cssutah.org
Closing Date: 08/20/2021
Location: Salt Lake City, UT

Information

Organization Website: Visit website
Contact: Carla Jones
Email: carla@cssutah.org
Phone: 801-355-7444