Family Child Care Coordinator
Active – Regular full-time
Requisition ID: 1064
Recruit Providers and offer them guidance and support to ensure children receive developmentally appropriate early care and education in a safe and nurturing setting. Ensure that all aspects of the Provider Agreement are met and procedures are followed. Identify and coordinate Provider training needs as required.
- Recruit screen and recommend potential Family Child Care Providers for contracts with Nurtury’s Family Child Care Program.
- Perform intake and regular assessment of services plan with dated goals and objectives for all assigned customers (children and families). Assure service plans are carried out in a timely fashion.
- Provide or arrange for pre-service and in-service orientation training of assigned Family Child Care Providers.
- Regularly monitor and evaluate Family Child Care Providers for full compliance with all government and Nurtury regulations, policies and procedures.
- Maintain and submit in a timely fashion written reports and records as required.
- Refer customers (children and parents) to appropriate resources in an effective and timely fashion.
- Supervise contracted Family Child Care Providers, volunteers, students, interns, and work placement personnel, as assigned.
- Coordinate placement of children in Family Child Care Provider’s homes.
- Identify and coordinate the training needs of assigned Providers.
- Perform developmental intake of new children and the updating of applicable information for enrolled children in according with state and Nurtury guidelines.
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED TO PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
- Associates degree in Early Childhood Education, Social Work, or related human service field
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Bilingual (English/Spanish) required
- A valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required
- Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
- Computer experience working with MS Office, internet/e-mail
- Experience with measurement instruments like FDCRS & accreditation
|Directed by Danielle Fauteux Jacques
Dec. 20, 2019-Jan. 19, 2019Fri. & Sat. at 8:00, Sun. Jan. 12 and 19 at 3:00
Chelsea Theatre Works, 189 Winnisimmet Street, Chelsea
“I liked it so much I wanted to set up a day-care in the lobby. As I said, best show in town.” —Chicago Tribune
“sweet and heartbreaking and laugh-out-loud funny” —DiscoverHollywood
Cooped up on maternity leave and eager for conversation, Jessie invites the funny and forthright Lina for coffee in their neighboring backyards. They become fast friends, quickly bonding over their shared “new mom” experience—and arousing the interest of a wealthy neighbor hoping for a similar connection. This insightful comedy with dark edges takes an honest look at the absurdities of new motherhood, the dilemma of returning to work versus staying at home, and how class impacts parenthood and friendship in America.
Performances are followed by a reception with the actors in the Gallery.
General Admission- $30, Seniors- $25, Students- $15
For information and tickets:
or call 617-887-2336
This is a highly visible, responsible staff position in the Office of Leased Housing. The Program
Representative reports directly to the Leased Housing Manager. The Representative is responsible for
case load of HCV, MRVP, and AHVP vouchers, from leasing up through recertification. All work is
reviewed by the Leased Housing Manager. The representative schedules inspections, prepares leases,
negotiates fair market rents and manages participant caseload. The representative identifies all landlord
and participant informalities and directs them to the appropriate Program Representative.
1. Assists participants in locating rental housing.
2. Prepares leases and agreements for all units.
3. Meets with participants and landlords, schedules meetings.
4. Determines contract rent for apartments.
5. Computes participant rent share.
6. Monitors lease enforcement.
7. Conducts annual rent recertification.
8. Participates in rent reasonableness test.
9. Mediates participants and landlords to appropriate agencies as necessary.
10. Determines annual rent increases.
11. Refers participants and landlords to appropriate agencies as necessary.
12. Performs inspections on an as needed basis.
13. Prepares monthly reports on activity.
14. Compile rent reasonable data
15. Performs other related duties as required
Minimum Qualifications and Experience:
Strong math, writing and computer skills including, but not limited to, MS Office. Knowledge of PHA-WEB
is preferred not required. Ability to work with numbers in an accurate manner. Good communication
(written and oral) skills, must be well-organized and accurate in making mathematical calculations and
data-entry, must be able to work well with persons of diverse backgrounds. Must exercise good
judgement in maintaining the confidentiality and integrity of CHA’s financial information. Good
organizational and office skills. A minimum of three years’ experience and High School diploma or GED
Starting Salary Range: $36,500 to $48,000 annually (Based on Experience). Full benefits package
which includes medical, dental, State retirement pension, sick, vacation, & travel reimbursement
Interested candidates may submit resumes by email at email@example.com, (subject line
PR1219) or mail (address below) by December 19, 2019 or until position is filled
The Chelsea Housing Authority is an equal opportunity employer.
Chelsea Housing Authority
54 Locke Street
Chelsea, MA 02150