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Child Care Education Administrator (Public Administration)
| University of California - Los Angeles Health|
United States, California, Santa Monica
|December 03, 2023|
Description Venice Family Clinic is a leader in providing comprehensive, high-quality primary health care to people in need with compassion, dignity and respect. In November 2021,Venice Family Clinic merged with South Bay Family Health Care, uniting more than a century of experience helping patients regardless of their income, insurance or immigration status. The organization now has more than 500 staff who serve 45,000 people from the Santa Monica Mountains through the South Bay. We have 17 locations plus two mobile clinics and an expansive street medicine program for people experiencing homelessness. Read more about us at: venicefamilyclinic.org
Come join our Venice Family Clinic and make a difference within the community. As a Child Care Education Administrator (Public Administration) you will be responsible for:
* Meeting all Head Start Performance Standards and State's Child Development Division (CDD) regulations for our Venice Family Clinic's Early Head Start Program's Family Child Care and Center Based option.
* Handling enrollment of children into the program, maintaining/monitoring the wait list, and working with appropriate staff to recruit as necessary.
* Meeting with and monitoring child care providers.
* Managing the program's State CDD child care contract.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are core values of the Venice Family Clinic. We believe the professional and clinical environments are enhanced when diverse groups of people with diverse ideas come together.
Salary Range: $24.28 - $48.04 Hourly
* California State Child Development Program Director permit.
* Excellent computer skills, including work experience with databases & creating Excel spreadsheets.
* Good verbal and written communication skills, and excellent interpersonal skills.
* Excellent organizational skills, and demonstrated skills necessary for reporting, monitoring and compliance.
* Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or related field.
* Administrative experience with child care programs serving infants and toddlers, and administrative experience managing a State Child Care grant in California.
* Experience with Head Start and/or Early Head Start.
* Knowledge of local and state health, safety and licensing regulations for child care facilities.
* Experience working with low-income families, and a strong commitment to the field of child and family development services.
* Bilingual (Spanish-English) language skills.