|Child Care Initiative Project (CCIP) Manager
CCIP is a capacity building and quality improvement project funded by the California Department of Social Services (CDSS).
SUMMARY: The CA Child Care Initiative Project (CCIP) Manager will work as part of the Provider Services department, leading and supporting the CA Child Care Initiative Project (CCIP) team, as well as all R&Rs in CA who implement the project (69 local sites). Responsibilities will primarily be directed towards: program planning and management (30%), supervision (30%), establishing and maintaining partnerships (12%), training and presenting (10%), curriculum review (10%), and other administrative duties (8%).
The CCIP Manager will:
• Provide leadership, direction, and guidance to the CCIP Team.
Inform, plan, and implement the CCIP Scope of Work, in partnership with the Director of Provider Services.
Establish work plans and timelines based on program goals, scope of work.
Guide and finalize project policies and procedures, CCIP State match, and reporting processes for
R&Rs, in partnership with CDSS and the Director of Provider Services.
Coordinate and prepare CCIP Presentations, as needed.
Stay current on CDSS policies and program requirements that impact home-based child care
providers and R&Rs, including the Child Care Development Block Grant (CCDBG)/Child Care
Development Fund (CCDF) State Plan.
Plan and support CCIP team members in the development of training and TA resources, including,
but not limited to training curricula, facilitator’s guides, data collection, and research.
Prepare CCIP reports, including quarterly and annual fiscal and narrative reports.
Work closely with the Provider Services Administrative Systems, Training & Events Coordinator to
establish and maintain efficient workflow to meet administrative needs for CCIP Events, Web-
management, data collection, and communique.
Guide research projects and annual data collection processes and criteria to ensure compliance
with CDSS and inform continuous quality improvement efforts, in partnership with the Director of
Provider Services, Technical Assistance & Support Coordinator, and Administrative support team.
Document project progress, accomplishments, and challenges in writing and in project
management software, as designated in the department.
Provide strength-based, trauma informed support to supervisees.
Ensure that supervisees have sufficient training to do their jobs appropriately, have access for
further training as needed, and that they are given support for doing their jobs while holding all
accountable for acting on the basis of their training and program expectations.
Monitor supervisee’s performance and provide timely, constructive and supportive feedback and
fully and promptly document all evaluative meetings or discussions.
Keep abreast of and consistently implement the agencies most current human resources and
personnel policies, and provide respectful and responsive guidance, support and supervision to
assist staff to understand how these policies apply to their work.
Actively participate in member and partner meetings, committees, and gatherings; effectively
communicate CCIPs vision, objectives, goals, and plans internally and externally.
Inform, guide, and support CCIP-related projects, such as Expansion projects, in partnership with
the Director of Provider Services and team.
Commit to the Network’s Mission and Vision, including, but not limited to establishing and
maintaining psychologically safe and brave spaces, prioritizing inequity and anti-racism work, with a focus on Black children and families, so that we can best ensure the well-being of all children in our state.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Minimum 3 years experience in the child care field; experience in or knowledge of home-based child care, R&R and/or quality improvement programs is highly desirable.
Minimum 3 years of supervision and management experience
Demonstrated ability to conceptualize and communicate ideas, plans, and processes
Demonstrated ability to provide training and technical assistance to a wide variety of
audiences, in person and online
Demonstrated ability to write and clearly communicate to audiences of diverse backgrounds,
including articulating our views and analysis at hearings, conferences, and meetings, and with
partners, contractors, and vendors
Ability to manage multiple tasks, work within tight deadlines, and prioritize work.
Excellent interpersonal and human relation skills
Willingness to take direction, lead and contribute to the greater vision and goals of the
Provider Services Department and Network, and collaborate as part of a greater team, while
also providing leadership as needed with the team and R&Rs.
Resourceful, innovative and ability to adapt to the changing needs of the program,
department, and agency
High level of computer literacy. Experience, willingness, and ability to use technology to
communicate and carry out job responsibilities, including, but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite, virtual meeting platforms (e.g. Zoom, GoToWebinar), internal messaging apps (e.g. Slack), project management software (e.g. ClickUp)
Commitment to thoroughness and accuracy in all work.
Valid California Driver’s License
Work Environment/Physical Demands
The work environment characteristics and physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This job can be done from home, with access to a secure internet.
Ability to travel to main office in San Francisco and across the state for meetings as needed.
The noise level in the work environment at main office is usually moderate.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required sit and talk or hear.
The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk.
Please send a resume and cover letter indicating the position for which you are applying via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The California Child Care Resource & Referral Network is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
|Hybrid/remote position, CA 94102
|Early Childhood Education Teacher
Pay rate: $25 - $26/hour ($52,000 - $54,080/year) with sign-on bonus of $1,000.00 upon hire. Full-time, hourly non-exempt position (40 hours/week).
The Early Childhood Education (ECE) Teacher will provide a comprehensive, equitable and culturally competent learning and care environment by providing play opportunities, school readiness support, and enrichment through a trauma-sensitive approach which includes having an inclusive, safe and nurturing environment in order to strengthen foundational learning skills, foster resiliency, and increase social-emotional skills for children, including those who have experienced trauma or have high needs so that each child can be successful in school and beyond. ECE Teacher will have overall responsibility of curriculum, classroom routines, parent-teacher conferences, child observations/assessments, and offer support to other classroom staff when needed. ECE Teacher must comply with program and agency-wide policies and procedures.
- To supervise and enrich children from diverse background in an ECE childcare setting.
- Support development and implementation of daily activities/curricula.
- Effectively engage parents in supporting their child’s development; distribute parent educational materials; address behavior directly, as appropriate, and seek guidance from Program Manager or ECE Assistant Manager when necessary.
- Ensure positive and open communication with colleagues.
- Responsible for ensuring professionalism, respecting confidentiality, and following agency procedures regarding conflict resolution.
- Works well with others as part of a team.
- Work closely with Program Manager to foster a positive, culturally affirming climate in the classroom and obtain guidance as needed.
- Follow procedures listed in the Employee Handbook and Family Handbook
- Support children’s development in an inclusive, nurturing, kind manner with emphasis on positive behavior guidance
- Actively participate in staff training and professional development activities, staff and agency team meetings.
- Be a strong ambassador for the agency.
- Maintain current CPR and First Aid Certification
- Other duties as assigned.
- English fluency
- Associate Teacher Permit or higher. Minimum 12+ Early Childhood Education Units (ECE), including core courses or Multi-Subject Teacher credential.
- A minimum of 21 hours of professional development and/or academic coursework is required to maintain child development permit
- Current CPR/First Aid certification (willing to pay for training if needed)
- Full range of motion to lift, reach, squat, climb, sit, and otherwise fully participate in activities including lifting children weighing up to 35 pounds unassisted.
- Bilingual (Spanish)/bicultural
Conditions of Hire:
- Fully vaccinated against COVID-19 unless granted a medical or religious exemption.
- Pre-employment health exam including proof of vaccinations and TB test clearance.
- Criminal record clearance or exemption from California Department of Social Services. All convictions other than minor traffic violations require an exemption, including convictions that have been expunged.
North Marin Community Services welcomes and encourages all qualified candidates to apply – especially as we recognize that people bring experience and skills beyond just the technical requirements of a job. We also know that self-doubt can sometimes get in the way of stretching professionally, so if your experience is close to what you see listed here, please consider applying. We value our differences and respect everyone – regardless of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship status, marital status, genetics, AIDS/HIV, medical condition, political affiliation, disability, age, status as a victim of domestic violence/assault/stalking, or military/veteran status. If you have a disability and need assistance and/or accommodation with applying for a job, please contact email@example.com or 415-892-1643 ext. 224.
|Novato, CA 94947