||Advance staff performance in social, emotional, behavioral child development. Support program adoption and implementation of Pyramid Model Social and Emotional program. Support social, emotional, behavioral development for individual children and families, through individualized intentional teaching, support plans, and classroom supports. Engage families in their child’s mental health and wellness. Collaborate with community mental health agencies to serve clients; and provide mental health education, training and consultation to staff and parents.
Advance staff performance in social, emotional, behavioral child development.
Support social, emotional, behavioral development for individual children and families.
Primary responsibility supporting high quality early childhood programming and oversight at 1 center OR Primary responsibility for supporting family resource specialists in accomplishing family partnerships, linking to community resources and ensuring health requirements.
Engage in Community to advocate for services for children and families.
Minimum BS Early Childhood Education, Human Services, Social work or relevant degree.
Knowledge and experience in Infant Mental Health, attachment and early child development.
Extensive knowledge of family development and working with parents/guardians. Experience/knowledge in leading, mentoring and supporting effective high quality child and family services.
Maintain current professional license.
Valid Wisconsin Driver’s License or the ability to obtain one.
Successful completion of criminal background checks.
Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Masters degree in Early Childhood Education, Human Services, Social Work or relevant degree.
Head Start leadership experience.
Knowledge of High/Scope curriculum and Teaching Strategies Gold.
Knowledge and experience with developmental screenings and work with children having social, emotional and behavioral development needs.
Knowledge of Family Services philosophy.
Extensive knowledge of child development, appropriate observation/assessment methods in early child development and demonstrated knowledge of implementing early childhood curriculum.
Infant Mental Health Certificate.
Knowledge of Wisconsin Child Care licensing regulations and Head Start performance standards. Skills and knowledge to access appropriate community resources;
TO ENSURE CONSIDERATION: Applications received by Friday, January 7th 2022 are ensured full consideration. Applications received after that date may be given consideration at the discretion of the search committee. Application materials will be evaluated and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process. Incomplete and/or late application materials may not receive consideration.
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