Employment Opportunities

A job posting is a benefit for all Florida Head Start Association members. Members wishing to submit a job posting should do so by sending all applicable information (including the application closing date for the position being advertised) to [email protected] NOTE: Job Seekers should NOT send resumes to the FHSA. 


Job Posting: Disabilities Specialist
Organization: Episcopal Children’s Services
Closing Date: April 15, 2019

Ensure that the Disabilities (1308) Head Start Performance Standards are met in Head Start and Early Head Start.

This position will be traveling to Alachua, Gilchrist, Levy and Dixie County.

    1. Establish and implement the disabilities service plan.
    2. Track/monitor activities contained in the disabilities service plan.
    3. Develop and implement recruitment strategies that promote enrollment of children with disabilities.
    4. Arrange for formal evaluation of a child who after the initial screening has been identified as possibly having a disability.
    5. Collaborate with staff to meet the special needs of children with disabilities which include education, health, nutrition, social services, and parent involvement.
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Job Posting: Health Manager
Organization: Early Learning Coalition of Miami - Dade/Monroe
Closing Date: Until Filled

The Health Manager will provide direction for the Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership programs. He/she will set and oversee the implementation of all health and dental services for the program, as well as ensure healthy and safe environments for the children. The Health Manager will develop community partnerships, engage diverse partners, work with families and community leaders to implement Policy Council guidance, and demonstrate a commitment to early childhood best practices and innovation.

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Job Posting: Assistant Center Director
Organization: Lutheran Services of Florida - West Palm Beach Head Start Center
Closing Date: April 26, 2019

Assists the Center Director with the leadership, program management, and coordination of the local Head Start program. The Assistant Center Director also provides support in communication, resource development, and team effectiveness. The Center Director and Assistant Center Director may delegate direct supervision and evaluation to staff members in designated support services, including transportation and disabilities staff. The Assistant Center Director also provides leadership and supports program mentoring strategies in place. Helps recruit potential parents by providing information to them about the various program services and benefits offered to enrolled children and families. Participates in the HS/EHS Quality Assurance efforts.

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Job Title: ERSEA and Disabilities Specialist
Organization: North Florida Child Development, Inc. 
Closing Date: Until Filled

To apply professional expertise and oversight in the fields of Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance (ERSEA) and Disability components; ensuring that NFCD complies with all regulations per applicable Federal, State, and local regulations. Responsible for providing training and technical assistance to staff regarding ERSEA and children’s development and special needs, ensuring appropriate implementation of strategies and interventions in the classroom for children with suspected or diagnosed disabilities, including children receiving services from other community partners and children with IEP/IFCP.

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Job Title: Disability Services Specialist
Organization: Mid Florida Community Services, Inc.
Closing Date: Until Filled

Responsible for providing training and technical assistance to Education staff regarding children’s development and special needs and ensures appropriate implementation of strategies and interventions in the classroom for children with suspected or diagnosed disabilities, including children receiving Tier Services and children with an LEA IEP. Responsible for providing support to the Disability Services Coordinator and Education Manager.

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Job Title: Program Nurse - Palm Beach Head Start
Organization: Lutheran Services Florida 
Closing Date: Until Filled

Provides Health Services to children and families.  Assists in the identification, coordination, completion of service and evaluation of health or family problems of enrolled children. Maintains awareness of current health services available in the community and works with physicians and other local health care providers to meet the needs of enrolled children. Responsible for the coordination of health follow-up services to identified children. Documents all health/family services that have been provided. Monitors health records at Head Start and Early Head Start center sites. If applicable to the Program, this includes the Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships Expansion grant.  Participates in the HS/EHS Quality Assurance efforts. 

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Job Title: Center Manager 
Organization: E
piscopal Children’s Services
Closing Date: April 19, 2019

Provide a nurturing, stimulating and safe environment while adhering to Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards, DCF regulations and NAEYC/APPLE accreditation standards. Oversee teaching staff to ensure that a quality program is delivered to children and families.

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Job Title: Special Needs Assistant
Organization: Episcopal Children's Services
Closing Date: May 1, 2019  

Provides individualized classroom support for children with special needs and/or challenging behaviors.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. To provide individualized support to assigned children to help them participate in classroom activities

2. To use teaching strategies that illustrates the CLASS philosophy in Emotional Support, Classroom Organization, and Instructional Support.

3. To assist the lead teacher by actively keeping children engaged during large group activities.

4. To purposefully interact with children and extend play and learning

5. To assist in the assessments and collection of documentation for assigned children

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Job Title: Child Development Specialist
Organization: Mid-Florida Community Services, Inc. 
Closing Date: Until Filled

Supervisory position is responsible for oversight and coordinator of day-to-day operations of designated classrooms. Provides support functions for the Education Manager.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Supervises and oversees the activities of employees assigned to Head Start classrooms, including teachers, teacher assistants, and substitutes. Provides training and technical assistance to ensure quality programming is maintained.
  • Overall responsibility for the educational operations of the Head Start classrooms, assuring compliance with federal, state and local regulations, including the Head Start Performance Standards, applicable transmittal notices, and other administrative orders/direction.
  • Assists in the development, implementation, and monitoring of education policies, standard operating procedures, work plans, and administrative direction.
  • Provides training, technical assistance, and communication to educate staff on a regular, on-going basis regarding policy, procedures, performance standards, work performance, professional development, and licensing standards.
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Job Title: Teacher
Organization: Mid Florida Community Services, Inc. (20 positions available)
Closing Date: Until Filled

Responsible for day-to-day operation and management of the classroom. Responsible for guiding and directing the learning experiences for infants, toddlers, and two-years-old by providing a developmentally appropriate learning environment.

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Job Title: Health Specialist 
Organization: Episcopal Children's Services
Closing Date: May 9, 2019  

Ensure that Child Health and Development Services, Child Health and Safety Performance Standards are met in Head Start/ Early Head Start.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Provide on-going support and technical assistance to staff and families in all areas of health and safety. Coordinate and/or provide education and training.
2. Coordinate health screenings to ensure that necessary referrals to appropriate outside agencies are made and follow-up services provided.
3. Assist Health Services Manager in establishing and implementing policies and procedures, which respond to medical and dental emergencies, address short-term exclusion and administration of medication, guarantee that safe practices are followed to prevent injuries and to comply with
sanitation and hygiene requirements.
4. Develop health education materials and educate parents, teachers, and children in person on a regular basis.
5. Assist Health Services Manager in consulting and establishing relationships with health and dental providers including securing representation on HSAC committee. Secure contracts with the providers and other appropriate community organizations to provide services to children and/or
families.

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Job Title: Outreach Coordinator
Organization: Episcopal Children’s Services
Closing Date: May 15, 2019

Ensure ECS maintains compliance and achieves stated goals with volunteer activities and Non-Federal Match (NFM).

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Implement policies and procedures that ensure OHS and DCF compliance and enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of volunteers.
  • Work with Director of Community & Corporate Outreach and Director of Family Services to develop and revise resource directories and other pertinent information for distribution.
  • Create and maintain a database to track communication and progress with all community organizations, civic organizations, and potential businesses.
  • Coordinate various community partnership projects, events, and volunteer activities for all Head Start/Early Head Start programs.
  • Receive, inventory and distribute donations in a controlled environment at applicable Central office.
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Job Title: Family Advocate
Organization: Episcopal Children’s Services, Ocala
Closing Date: May 16, 2019

Primary responsibilities: To enroll eligible children and families in the Head Start/Early Head Start program and maintain center
enrollment. To build professional helping relationships with families in order to develop family support plans that help families towards
increased self-reliance and healthy interdependence. To ensure that Families’ strengths and needs are assessed and that appropriate
referral and follow-up services are provided.

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