- FT; The Resident Coordinator is responsible for day to day supervision and program services for previously homeless Supportive Housing residents. Responsibilities include ensuring compliance with resident Contract of Participation and Lease as well as identifying and supporting individual goals toward self-sufficiency, maintaining sobriety and housing stabilization. Ensures compliance with State and Federal housing regulations, program procedures and facility safety. Work in coordination with all Housing Services’ programs and participants to ensure comprehensive program delivery and program event planning. Duties also include program reporting and utilization of intake tracking program for all supportive housing sites. ; Min. Req.: Associates Degree in related field and Two years (2) experience in housing services programs, preferably working with people in recovery from substance abuse of alcohol and/or other drugs. OR A high school diploma and six years experience in housing services programs. AND Meet TCAction criteria for satisfactory driver’s license in order to access agency owned vehicles and access to personal transportation for work related activities. AND Satisfactory clearance with NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services and NYS Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment. Applications accepted until Friday, July 10, 2015. AA/EEO.
Early Head Start Teacher
- FT; Responsible for implementing a center based Early Head Start classroom program; work in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards, regulatory guidelines and TCAction policies and procedures. Implement adopted curriculum approach as well as defined department initiatives for children ages 6 weeks to 3 years. Use space, materials and routine as resources to encourage active exploration, physical, cognitive, and social/emotional development. Utilize developmentally appropriate strategies as the foundation for classroom management techniques, environmental set up, planning, and individualization. Complete and utilize anecdotal notes as the basis for individualized planning, completing assessments, parent/teacher conferencing, reporting, and supporting transitional requirements.; Min. Req.: Associate degree in early childhood with 12 credits in infant/toddler development and 2 years of related experience working with children, 0 to 3 years old OR CDA with specific Infant/Toddler training and 4 years of experience working with children, 0 to 3 years old.Applications accepted until Friday, July 10, 2015. AA/EEO.
- FT; Provide expertise in birth to five years education content area for all staff through mentoring, curriculum implementation, observation, individualization, training, and expansion of resources that support the service delivery plans and agency school readiness and family engagement frameworks. Work in team collaborations to achieve outcomes that provide quality, integrated service delivery to families and their children throughout Tompkins County. ; Min. Req.: Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education (Masters preferred) or related field and Four (4) years direct experience working with children birth to 5 years and Experience in training, reporting and adult education and learning styles.Applications accepted until Friday, July 10, 2015. AA/EEO