Currently, we seeking part-time early childhood coaches to work with Early Head Start teachers and collaboratively develop tailored coaching plans to improve classroom practice.
Observe Early Head Start classrooms using the ITERS-R/ECERS-R tools
Focus on specific tasks, skills, or techniques within the development domain (language and literacy, health and physical development, approaches to learning, social-emotional development, creative arts, science, mathematics, etc.) which can be measured and mastered
Assist teachers to structure and develop environments, routines, and interactions that contribute to positive social behavior for the child
Encourage, support, motivate and work interactively with teachers to develop a coaching plan and implement ongoing goals related to specific developmental domains.
This is a paid position, with compensation commensurate with experience. Offers of employment are contingent upon the availability of funding.
Must have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education, or a related field (Family & Consumer Science, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, etc.)
Candidates with experience collecting classroom observations using the ITERS-R/ECERS-R tools preferred
Experience coaching, a plus (coaching being the promotion of another's ability to grow toward identified goals)
Experience in an early childhood setting, specifically with infants and toddlers, is a plus
Experience working with Early Head Start populations
Knowledge of Early Head Start standards
Excellent oral and written communication skills, competent interpersonal skills, and strong organizational skills
Ability to communicate using technology, develop reports, and track data.
Submit cover letter and resume.
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