Job Postings

Updated 2/3/2023

Head Start Education Coordinator

Contact Person:  Nicole Quandt

Job Location:   1574 E. Washington Rd., Farwell MI 48622

Job Title: Head Start Education Coordinator

Job Description:

Department: Early Childhood Services Status: Hourly ($18.55/hour with BA) Responsible to: Early Childhood Services HS Program Manager

General Responsibilities:

– Responsible for the development, coordination, and implementation of the curriculum component as required by the Head Start program Performance Standards and state and federal mandates.

– Ensure quality program service delivery.

– Protect the privacy of customers/families and hold in confidence all information obtained in the course of service.

Specific Duties:

– Work closely with the ECS Head Start Program Manager in meeting program and overall departmental monthly, quarterly, annual goals and objectives.

– Provide Direct Supervision of Regional Coordinators.

– Develop and maintain procedure for documentation, multi-disciplinary team information, and tracking systems for the Preschool program.

– Provide oversight of curriculum to insure fidelity.

– Work collaboratively with Regional Coordinators to ensure that teaching teams are providing developmentally appropriate classrooms.

– Work collaboratively with Regional Coordinators to ensure the teaching teams are using data and child outcomes, developmental screening tools and parent input, for intentional planning.

– Work collaboratively with team to plan and deliver in-service trainings.

– Work collaboratively with Regional Coordinators to ensure the planning and implementing of transition activities for the child and family in preparation for the child’s next school setting.

– Train and assist staff in the documentation, implementation, and monitoring of the curriculum.

– Work collaboratively with the Early Childhood Services management team to make sure all areas of service are in compliance and continually improving.

– Responsible to ensure all required program documentation is reviewed for accuracy, consistency and compliance.

– Conducts CLASS assessments and reviews scores.

– Monitors and evaluates the progress of strategies and plans implemented and works with teaching teams to improve teaching practices.

– Work collaboratively with Regional Coordinators to ensure that the teachers are providing a developmentally appropriate classroom.

– Work collaboratively with Regional Coordinators to guide that the teachers are using data and child outcomes from Teaching Strategies GOLD assessment reports; teaching teams and parent input are to be used for weekly lesson plans, IEPs, individual and group planning.

– Responsible for training and ongoing support of designated staff.

– Collect, review and analyze data for program reporting and continuous improvement.

– Follow interview procedures when a staff vacancy occurs.

– Facilitate a comprehensive orientation for new staff.

– Perform 90 day and annual performance evaluations.

– Review all Preschool performance evaluations.

– Accurately complete required program documentation and record keeping in a neat and timely manner.

– Recruit families and promote agency programs within the community.

– Participate in personal and professional development activities, including staff meetings, conferences, training opportunities, as identified and approved by supervisors.

– Attend community events and meetings to support the agency programs; including evening and weekend events/meetings.

– All other duties as assigned

Education and Experience Qualifications:

– BA/BS in child development, early childhood or related field with a minimum of 5 years of experience working with young children and families

– Minimum of 5 years effective supervisory skills

– Demonstrated ability as a strength-based leader.

– Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively.

– Knowledge of Head Start Performance Standards; Head Start School Readiness, Head Start Outcomes Framework, Great Start Readiness Program and State Licensing Regulations.

– Preschool experience preferred.

– Knowledge of Creative Curriculum/Teaching Strategies Gold/Child Plus preferred.

– Demonstrated ability to present information to community groups.

– Family Service Credential within 18 months of hire or first available session thereafter.

Additional Requirements:

– Possess a solid knowledge base with respect to child development and family services and seek to expand knowledge at every opportunity.

– Complete additional certifications as required.

– Maintain confidentiality and code of ethics at all times.

– Must have Proficient Computer Skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, Internet)

– Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver’s license, provide proof of insurance, and MMCAA’s “Insurance Carriers” driving record review.

– Successfully complete required background checks at time of hire and when requested.

– Shall provide written report by a physician stating their physical capability and freedom from communicable tuberculosis.

– Proof of COVID 19 vaccination required.

– Must have good communication and organizational skills and be able to work effectively with people.

– Must be self-directed and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment.

– Must possess the ability to prioritize and complete tasks in order to deliver desired outcomes within allocated time frames.

– Must be willing to accept new challenges.

– The ability to navigate and effectively resolve conflict.

– The job duties require a working cell phone for accessibility to supervisors, clients, or co-worker or to enhance personal safety while away from the office location. The agency will provide a cell phone as needed.

– Must comply with Agency tobacco free and drug free policies.

– Understand the importance of daily work attendance, and its impact on coworkers, clients, and the agency

Job Site:  https://outdoordiscovery.org/dragonflies-assistant/

Closing Date for Job:   Feb 28, 2023


Nature-Based Preschool Assistant Teacher; Dragonflies Discovery Preschool

Contact Person:  Kelsey Zuiderveen

Job Location:   30 N. 152nd, Holland MI 49424

Job Title: Nature-Based Preschool Assistant Teacher; Dragonflies Discovery Preschool

Job Description:

Overview: The ODC Network is a nonprofit organization focused on outdoor education and conservation throughout West Michigan. The ODC Preschools are nature-based preschools operated by the ODC Network in Allegan and Ottawa County. ODC Preschools provide early childhood learning opportunities for children aged 3-5, building social emotional and academic skills within a unique natural environment with an emphasis on nature based inquiry and outdoor exploration.

Purpose: The Assistant Teacher will work with the Lead Teacher to design and implement developmentally appropriate high quality nature-based early childhood education for children ages 3 – 5 and work actively with ODC Network staff to ensure children have a strong connection to nature.

Primary Responsibilities:

– Serve as an Assistant Teacher for assigned preschool classes;

– Interact with students in nature and the classroom setting, engage students in learning activities, prepare snacks, and maintain a safe learning environment;

– Partner with Lead Teacher and other Assistant Teachers in development and planning of age-appropriate learning activities, such as small groups/enrichment activities for individual children and outdoor activities, based on nature-based curriculum and philosophy;

– Communicate when appropriate with families in person or via email, phone call, or Child Pilot;

– Learn and implement social emotional skill building through the Conscious Discipline Model;

– Assist Lead Teacher with design and organization of outdoor and indoor classrooms and learning resources;

– Facilitate/lead daily small group learning activities;

– Actively participate in large group activities, nature hikes, and explorations;

– Complete daily anecdotal note taking and enter into an online system;

– Willingness to work alongside undergraduate teaching candidates;

– Participate in staff meetings, staff professional development events, and additional ODC Network events.

Professional Responsibilities: Maintain educational and training requirements for preschool licensing and quality program assessments.

Supervision/Evaluation: Supervision and evaluation will be provided by the Preschool Site Director, Director of Support Services and Teaching Colleagues. This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

Education/Experience:

– High School Diploma or GED required;

– Current Preschool CDA or Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or a Child Related Field preferred;

– Experience working with children. Other Skills and Abilities:

– Demonstrated interest in young children and early childhood education;

– Interest in nature, nature-based inquiry and learning;

– Willingness to spend a significant amount of time outdoors each day, in all types of weather;

– Demonstrated good character, responsibility and suitability to meet the needs of children with diverse backgrounds and learning differences;

– Demonstrated ability to work in a team;

– Must pass a complete Michigan background check, including fingerprinting.

– Current certification in Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR. Training will be provided if needed;

– Bilingual English speakers are highly encouraged to apply;

– Naturalists and those with a CDA or Child Development Accreditation are highly encouraged to apply.

For more information on the job, and for the link to apply, please visit our website: https://outdoordiscovery.org/teacher-dragonflies-assistant/

Job Site:  https://outdoordiscovery.org/dragonflies-assistant/

Closing Date for Job:   Feb 28, 2023


Nature-Based Preschool Teacher – Dragonflies Discovery Preschool

Contact Person:  Kelsey Zuiderveen

Job Location:   30 N. 152nd, Holland MI 49424

Job Title: Nature-Based Preschool Teacher – Dragonflies Discovery Preschool

Job Description:

Overview: The ODC Network is a nonprofit organization focused on outdoor education and conservation throughout West Michigan. The ODC Preschools are nature-based preschools operated by the ODC Network in Allegan and Ottawa County. ODC Preschools provide early childhood learning opportunities for children aged 3-5, building social emotional and academic skills within a unique natural environment with an emphasis on nature based inquiry and outdoor exploration.

Purpose: This role is a hybrid role of Lead Teacher in one or more preschool sessions and Assistant Teacher in one or more preschool sessions. The Lead/Assistant Teacher will work with their teaching team to design and implement and assess developmentally appropriate high quality nature-based early childhood education for children ages 3 – 5 and work actively with ODC Network staff to ensure children have a strong connection to nature. The Lead/Assistant Teacher will collaborate, communicate, and guide their teaching team and families.

Primary Responsibilities:

– Work collaboratively with their team to design, organize and implement nature-based early childhood education curriculum and experiences both in the indoor and outdoor classrooms;

– Facilitate a collaborative approach to planning and teaching within their instructional team;

– Assure compliance with all licensing rules and regulations; Be aware of and responsive to early childhood best practices related to social emotional and academic learning, special needs, diversity, equity, and inclusion;

– Determine professional learning needs and opportunities;

– Maintain open communication with ODC Network staff and coordinate programming with naturalists. Maintain open and regular communication with the ODC Preschool’s Early Childhood Leadership Team;

– Work with the Site Director to train, supervise, and evaluate Assistant Teachers, undergraduate teaching candidates, and volunteers;

– Communicate consistently with families in person or via email, phone call, or Child Pilot;

– Learn and implement social emotional skill building through the Conscious Discipline Model;

– Manage collection, organization, and use of anecdotal note taking via TS GOLD and Preschool Early Literacy Indicator (PELI);

– Plan and facilitate parent/caregiver and volunteer involvement;

– Participate in staff meetings, staff professional development events, and additional ODC Network events.

Professional Responsibilities: Maintain educational and training requirements for preschool licensing and quality program assessments.

Supervision/Evaluation: Provided by the Preschool Site Director, Director of Support Services and Teaching Colleagues. This position supervises, and evaluates Assistant Teachers, undergraduate teaching candidates, and volunteers.

Education/Experience:

– Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or a Child Related Field preferred;

– Minimum of Current Preschool CDA or Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or a Child Related Field required;

– Experience working with children. Other Skills and Abilities:

– Demonstrated interest in young children and early childhood education;

– Interest in nature, nature-based inquiry and learning;

– Willingness to spend a significant amount of time outdoors each day, in all types of weather;

– Demonstrated good character, responsibility and suitability to meet the needs of children with diverse backgrounds and learning differences;

– Demonstrated ability to work in a team;

– Must complete and pass a Michigan background check, including fingerprinting;

– Current certification in Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR, training will be provided if needed;

– Bilingual English speakers are encouraged to apply;

– Background/experience in nature-based instruction, outdoor education or similar field is encouraged.

For more information about the position, and for a link to apply, please visit our website: https://outdoordiscovery.org/dragonflies-preschool-teacher/

Job Site:  https://outdoordiscovery.org/dragonflies-preschool-teacher/

Closing Date for Job:   Feb 28, 2023


Nature-Based Preschool Before Care Teacher – Dragonflies Discovery Preschool

Contact Person:  Kelsey Zuiderveen

Job Location:   30 N. 152nd, Holland MI 49424

Job Title: Nature-Based Preschool Before Care Teacher – Dragonflies Discovery Preschool

Job Description:

Overview: The ODC Network is a nonprofit organization focused on outdoor education and conservation throughout West Michigan. The ODC Preschools are nature-based preschools operated by the ODC Network in Allegan and Ottawa County. ODC Preschools provide early childhood learning opportunities for children aged 3-5, building social emotional and academic skills within a unique natural environment with an emphasis on nature based inquiry and outdoor exploration.

Purpose: The Before Care Teacher will provide a high-quality, developmentally appropriate nature-based morning care to preschool children ages 3-5 before their class session begins. The Before Care Teacher will work actively with ODC Network staff to ensure children have a strong connection to nature.

Primary Responsibilities:

– Interacting with students in nature and the classroom setting, engaging students in learning activities, preparing snacks, and maintaining a safe learning environment;

– Develop and plan age-appropriate learning and enrichment activities for individual children and outdoor activities, based on nature-based curriculum and philosophy;

– Assist with organization of outdoor and indoor classrooms and learning resources;

– Actively participate in child-led play;

– Learn and implement social emotional skill building through the Conscious Discipline Model;

– Communicate when appropriate with families in person or via email, phone call, or Child Pilot;

– Complete daily care notes;

– Participate in staff meetings, staff professional development events, and additional ODC Network events.

Professional Responsibilities: Maintain educational and training requirements for preschool licensing and quality program assessments.

Supervision/Evaluation: Supervision and evaluation will be provided by the Preschool Site Director. This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

Education/Experience:

– High School Diploma or GED required;

– Current Preschool CDA or Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or a Child Related Field preferred;

– Experience working with children. Other Skills and Abilities:

– Demonstrated interest in helping to teach and develop young children and early childhood education;

– Interest in nature and being outdoors;

– Willingness to spend time outdoors each day, in all types of weather;

– Demonstrated good character, responsibility and suitability to meet the needs of children with diverse backgrounds and learning differences;

– Demonstrated ability to work in a team;

– Must pass a complete Michigan background check, including fingerprinting;

– Current certification in Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR, training will be provided if needed.

– Bilingual English speakers are highly encouraged to apply.

For more information on the position, and for a link to apply, please visit our website: https://outdoordiscovery.org/before-care-teacher/

Job Site:  https://outdoordiscovery.org/before-care-teacher/ 

Closing Date for Job:   Feb 28, 2023


Lead Teacher/Family Service Advocate

Contact Person:  Stephanie Eickholt

Job Location:  Saginaw ISD Head Start, 3200 Perkins Street, Saginaw MI 48601

Job Title: Lead Teacher/Family Service Advocate

Job Description:

Frontline Job ID: 3481

Job Title: Lead Teacher/Family Service Advocate

Supervisor: Education Coordinator

Department: Education

Salary: $23.82 – $24.49 per hour

Job Summary:

This position will identify, recruit, and enroll children and their families for the Saginaw ISD Head Start Program. This individual will serve as the lead of a teaching team in a classroom of Head Start children. This position plans and implements a healthy, safe, and developmentally appropriate learning environment for preschool children that promotes developmental gains toward the attainment of kindergarten readiness skills as defined in the Head Start Program Performance Standards. Because this position is one part of a large system of services provided to children and families, this position also serves as a social service referral person and shares responsibility for parent involvement in the program. This position assesses a family’s strengths and needs as part of a Family Partnership Agreement, and monitors their progress in meeting the agreement’s objectives and goals. The position may be reassigned to various classrooms/centers as deemed necessary for program operations. The position may serve as “program director” for child- care licensing purposes.

Minimum Qualifications:

1. Bachelors or Advanced Degree in Early Childhood Education or Bachelor’s and coursework equal to a major in Early Childhood Education with experience teaching preschool.

2. ZA or ZS endorsement strongly preferred.

3. Must be willing to obtain Administrative training within six months of employment.

4. Previous experience working with young children preferably pre-school.

5. Bilingual (English/Spanish) abilities.

6. Previous case management experience with young children & families and previous supervision experience preferred.

7. Must be willing and able to obtain Basic First Aid and CPR Certification and maintain certification.

8. Acceptable tuberculosis and drug screening results, a clear criminal records check and an initial health exam are required post job offer and prior to employment. Current and former Head Start employees, students, and parents will receive preference for employment vacancies for which they are qualified.

Application Procedure: Applicants must complete and submit an online Saginaw Intermediate School District application. Apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/sisdcc/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?FromAdmin=true&AppliTrackJobId=3481. Click “Apply” next to the Job ID number. In addition to the online application, applicants are required to submit electronically a cover letter, resume, at least three (3) letters of recommendation, and copies of transcripts.

Current and former employees, parents, and students are encouraged to apply. EOE/AA

Job Site: https://www.applitrack.com/sisdcc/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?FromAdmin=true&AppliTrackJobId=3481

Closing Date for Job Mar 1, 2023


Lead Teachers (Infant, Toddler, Early Preschool, Preschool & Pre-K)

Contact Person:  Krystle Kalisch

Job Location:

  • Multiple Locations –
  • Washington Twp., Ortonville, Metamora & Lapeer MI 48095

Job Title: Lead Teachers (Infant, Toddler, Early Preschool, Preschool & Pre-K)

Job Description:

Qualifications for our Lead Teachers include:

• Prior experience as a Lead Teacher in a Childcare Center

• Educational requirements: Minimum 12 semester hours in Early Childhood Education or child related field with 960 hours of experience and 3 semester hours of Infant/Toddler development and care practices

• CPR and First Aid Certification, or we will recertify you

• Basic computer skills to assist with projects and daily logging of child’s information

• Ability to engage in physical activity and lift up to 30lbs. when needed

• Familiar with safety and sanitation guidelines for classrooms

• Meet background check requirements with fingerprint clearance

• Provide negative TB test results prior to starting position

• Strong communication and instructional skills

• Dependable and flexible with a strong work ethic

• Positive and patient demeanor

• Excellent multi-tasking ability

Benefits offered by Little Learners include:

• Flexible Schedule

• Competitive Wages

• Hourly Room Bonuses

• Paid Vacation and Holidays

• Career Advancement Opportunities

• Education Assistance and Reimbursement

• Paid Training with Ongoing Support

• Positive & Fun Work Environment

• No Nights, No Weekends

• Discounted Child Care

• Referral Program

• Life Insurance

If you love working with children and have a great passion for teaching, we want to speak with you! We provide a positive work environment with plenty of room to grow and develop your teaching skills. If you are interested in learning more, please apply today! We would be happy to start a conversation with you and discuss what your new career will look like at Little Learners Childcare Center LLC

Job Site:  https://littlelearnersllc.com/career

Closing Date for Job Mar 31, 2023


Assistant Teachers (Infant, Toddler, Early Preschool, Preschool & Pre-K)

Contact Person:  Krystle Kalisch

Job Location:

  • Multiple Locations –
  • Washington Twp., Ortonville, Metamora & Lapeer MI 48095

Job Title: Assistant Teachers (Infant, Toddler, Early Preschool, Preschool & Pre-K)

Job Description:

Qualifications for our Teachers include:

• Prior Childcare experience is highly preferred, but willing to train!

• CPR and First Aid Certification, or willingness to obtain

• Child Development Associate Certification is a plus

• Degree or Courses Completed in Early Childhood Education are a plus

• Basic computer skills to assist with projects and daily logging of child’s information

• Ability to engage in physical activity and lift up to 30lbs. when needed

• Familiar with safety and sanitation guidelines for classrooms

• Meet background check requirements with fingerprint clearance

• Provide negative TB test results prior to starting position

• Strong communication and instructional skills

• Dependable and flexible with a strong work ethic

• Positive and patient demeanor

• Excellent multi-tasking ability

Benefits offered by Little Learners include:

• Flexible Schedule

• Competitive Wages

• Hourly Room Bonuses

• Paid Vacation and Holidays

• Career Advancement Opportunities

• Education Assistance and Reimbursement

• Paid Training with Ongoing Support

• Positive & Fun Work Environment

• No Nights, No Weekends

• Discounted Child Care

• Referral Program

• Life Insurance

If you love working with children and have a great passion for teaching, we want to speak with you! We provide a positive work environment with plenty of room to grow and develop your teaching skills. If you are interested in learning more, please apply today! We would be happy to start a conversation with you and discuss what your new career will look like at Little Learners Childcare Center LLC.

Job Site:  https://littlelearnersllc.com/career

Closing Date for Job Mar 31, 2023


EARLY CHILDHOOD SPEECH/LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST

Contact Person:  Pam Hagelgans

Job Location:  62445 Shimmel Road, Centreville MI 49032

Job Title: EARLY CHILDHOOD SPEECH/LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST

Job Description:

POSITION GOAL:

Provide speech and language support to at risk preschool students in the classroom through direct engagement with preschooler, to enhance language communication skills in preparation for kindergarten.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Master’s Degree in Speech/Language Pathology.

2. Certificate of Clinical Competency or eligibility for Clinical Fellowship Year.

3. Responsibility of employee to obtain and maintain all training(s), certificate(s), approval(s), etc. and provide documentation to the business office before expiration date of said document(s).

4. Prefer prior experience working with preschoolers.

5. TB testing

6. Must be able to lift 50 pounds and work at physical level with preschoolers.

7. Required to have a physical presence at the designated job site each scheduled work day.

8. Must have regular and reliable job attendance, performance, and the physical ability to do the job.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Provide speech language instruction to preschoolers in group settings in the classroom.

2. Actively engage students and enhance opportunity to effectively communicate.

3. Provide direction to GSRP Lead teacher and Associate Teacher on means to enhance communication skills of preschoolers.

4. Identify and diagnose Speech and Language Impairments.

5. Process referrals from various sources.

6. Provide diagnostic information to teams involved in supporting student needs.

7. Ability to use computers, software and other current technology.

8. Effective written communication skills; including parent/family communications and student data and reports.

9. Effective oral communication and relationships with children, families and other program staff.

10. Demonstrate effective organizational skills.

11. Maintain professional atmosphere and demeanor in classroom, acting at all times as a representative of ISD.

12. Attend and engage in continuous professional development.

13. Implement with fidelity high quality practices (developmentally appropriate, evidence/research based).

14. Demonstrate knowledge of and implement the Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Pre-Kindergarten.

15. Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively as a part of a team, including co-teaching.

16. Facilitate ongoing professional development for ISD team staff.

17. Participate in Child Find/Project Find activities throughout the year including summer months.

18. Demonstrate knowledge and expertise of child development, curriculum, child assessment and screening tools, adult learning styles, cultural diversity, and quality improvement including High Quality Curriculum, Program Quality Assessment (PQA) and Conscious Discipline.

19. Provide effective mentor-coaching and instructional improvement strategies for teaching teams.

20. Foster understanding and support classroom implementation of universal supports for all children.

21. Engage in activities with children at their physical level.

22. Ability to work and engage in classroom environment.

23. Develop and work in collaboration toward achievement of performance objectives for each student, with a system for data collection and evaluation for these objectives.

24. Maintain appropriate records.

25. Support and foster family’s involvement in community activities as appropriate.

26. Demonstrate ability to instruct students individually in a variety of settings, based on knowledge of child growth and development and using multi-sensory techniques.

27. Collaborate in the analysis of student behavior, participate in the development and implementation of behavior plans as needed based on Conscious Discipline framework.

28. Supervise assigned student teachers and interns.

29. Create an overall supportive, nurturing, strength based atmosphere.

30. Maintain student confidentiality. 31. Perform other duties as assigned by the St. Joseph County ISD Administrators.

REPORTS TO: Early Childhood/K-12 Special Education Supervisor

PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS: Early Childhood/K-12 Special Education Supervisor

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary for this position is based on the IEA Master Agreement. An additional nine days, for the purpose of Child Find, will be required outside of the contracted working days and provided in performance contract.

We offer a one time – three year signing bonus

Year 1 = $2,500

Year 2 = $2,000

Year 3 = $1,500

We offer Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance on the first day of employment, cash in lieu if you have Medical Insurance coverage (paid out monthly: $300 1-4 members, $400 5-8 members, $500 9+ members), Life Insurance, and State Retirement.

Job Site:  https://sjcisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=176

Closing Date for Job Mar 31, 2023


EARLY HEAD START ASSOCIATE TEACHER

Contact Person:  Pam Hagelgans

Job Location:  62445 Shimmel Road, Centreville MI 49032

Job Title: EARLY HEAD START ASSOCIATE TEACHER

Job Description:

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Fully vaccinated on the first day of employment from Covid-19. Reasonable accommodations will be considered on a case by case basis as applicable by law

2. An associate’s degree (AA) in Early Childhood Education or child development or the equivalent; or a valid CDA credential.

3. Prior experience with Infant and Toddlers in an Early Head Start setting is preferred.

4. Ability to work in cooperative and collegial manner with the Early Head Start co-teacher, families, Early Head Start partners, staff and community members.

5. Yearly CPR/AED and First Aid Certified and TB test.

6. Responsibility of employee to obtain and maintain all training(s), certificate(s), approval(s), etc. and provide documentation to the business office before the expiration date of said document(s).

7. Must have regular and reliable job attendance, performance, and the physical ability to do this job.

8. Able to lift up to 50 pounds and work at the physical level with infants and toddlers.

9. Required to have a physical presence at the designated job site each scheduled work day.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Ability to use computers, software and other current technology.

2. Effective written and oral communication skills with children, families and other program staff including parent/family communications and program data reports.

3. Effective organizational skills.

4. Maintain professional atmosphere and demeanor in the classroom, acting at all times as a representative of Early Head Start and the ISD.

5. Complete reports and other record keeping activities accurately and timely as prescribed by the program

6. Attend and engage in continuous professional development.

7. Implement high quality developmentally appropriate practices as outlined by the Head Start Program Performance Standards. https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/policy/45-cfr-chap-xiii

8. Knowledge of the Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Infant and Toddler Programs. https://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/ECSQ_IT_approved_422341_7.pdf

9. Follow the State of Michigan’s licensing rules and requirements for child care centers or the Head Start Program Performance Standards, whichever rule is more stringent. https://www.michigan.gov/documents/lara/BCAL_PUB_8_3_16_523999_7.pdf

10. Ability to work cooperatively as a part of a team, including co-teaching with the Lead Teacher and other staff to coordinate and plan curriculum and activities.

11. Actively supervise and monitor safety of children during all parts of the day.

12. Engage in activities with children at their physical level.

13. Create an overall supportive, nurturing, strength based, inclusive environment.

14. Maintain student and program confidentiality.

15. Implement High Scope and Conscious Discipline to fidelity.

16. Engage families in their child’s education through events, conferences, home visits, volunteer opportunities and community resources.

17. Assisting the lead teacher in completing classroom requirements.

18. Perform other duties as assigned by the St. Joseph County ISD administrators.

REPORTS TO: Education and Family Services Manager

PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS: Education and Family Services Manager

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: To be determined based on Non-Union conditions of employment. Grant year from March to February. 240 days, 8 hours per day

We offer Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance on the first day of employment, cash in lieu if you have Medical Insurance coverage (paid out monthly: $608.71), Life Insurance, and State Retirement.

Job Site:  https://sjcisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=235

Closing Date for Job Mar 31, 2023


EARLY HEAD START LEAD TEACHER

Contact Person:  Pam Hagelgans

Job Location:  62445 Shimmel Road, Centreville MI 49032

Job Title: EARLY HEAD START LEAD TEACHER

Job Description:

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Fully vaccinated on the first day of employment from Covid-19. Reasonable accommodations will be considered on a case by case basis as applicable by law.

2. An associate’s degree (AA) or a bachelor’s degree in child development, early childhood education, including 18 semester hours, (2 specifically in child care administration) and 480 hours of experience or equivalent coursework. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

3. Prior experience with Infant and Toddlers in an Early Head Start setting is preferred.

4. Ability to work in cooperative and collegial manner with the Early Head Start co-teacher, families, Early Head Start partners, staff and community members.

5. Yearly CPR/AED and First Aid Certified and TB test.

6. Responsibility of employee to obtain and maintain all training(s), certificate(s), approval(s), etc. and provide documentation to the business office before the expiration date of said document(s).

7. Must have regular and reliable job attendance, performance, and the physical ability to do this job.

8. Able to lift up to 50 pounds and work at the physical level with infants and toddlers.

9. Required to have a physical presence at the designated job site each scheduled work day.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Ability to use computers, software and other current technology.

2. Effective written and oral communication skills with children, families and other program staff including parent/family communications and program data reports.

3. Effective organizational skills.

4. Maintain professional atmosphere and demeanor in the classroom, acting at all times as a representative of Early Head Start and the ISD.

5. Complete reports and other record keeping activities accurately and timely as prescribed by the program

6. Attend and engage in continuous professional development.

7. Implement high quality developmentally appropriate practices as outlined by the Head Start Program Performance Standards. https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/policy/45-cfr-chap-xiii

8. Knowledge of the Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Infant and Toddler Programs. https://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/ECSQ_IT_approved_422341_7.pdf

9. Follow the State of Michigan’s licensing rules and requirements for child care centers or the Head Start Program Performance Standards, whichever rule is more stringent. https://www.michigan.gov/documents/lara/BCAL_PUB_8_3_16_523999_7.pdf

10. Ability to work cooperatively as a part of a team, including co-teaching with an Associate Teacher and other staff to coordinate and plan curriculum and activities.

11. Actively supervise and monitor safety of children during all parts of the day.

12. Engage in activities with children at their physical level.

13. Create an overall supportive, nurturing, strength based, inclusive environment.

14. Maintain student and program confidentiality.

15. Implement High Scope and Conscious Discipline to fidelity.

16. Engage families in their child’s education through events, conferences, home visits, volunteer opportunities and community resources.

17. Responsible for ensuring all classroom requirements are met.

18. Perform other duties as assigned by the St. Joseph County ISD administrators.

REPORTS TO: Education and Family Services Manager

PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS: Education and Family Services Manager

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: To be determined based on Non-Union conditions of employment. Grant year from March to February. 240 days, 8 hours per day

We offer Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance on the first day of employment, cash in lieu if you have Medical Insurance coverage (paid out monthly: $608.71), Life Insurance, and State Retirement.

Job Site:  https://sjcisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=236

Closing Date for Job Mar 31, 2023


CHILD CARE PROVIDER ASSISTANT – PART TIME

Contact Person:  Pam Hagelgans

Job Location:  62445 Shimmel Road, Centreville MI 49032

Job Title: CHILD CARE PROVIDER ASSISTANT – PART TIME

Job Description:

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Fully vaccinated on the first day of employment from Covid-19. Reasonable accommodations will be considered on a case by case basis as applicable by law

2. Associate’s degree (AA) in Early Childhood Education or Child Development or equivalent; or a valid CDA credential for appropriate setting

3. Ability to use computers, software and other current technology

4. Effective communication and organizational skills

5. Maintain professional atmosphere and demeanor in classroom settings, acting at all times as a representative of the St. Joseph County ISD

6. Must be able to lift 50 pounds

7. Required to have a physical presence at the designated job site each scheduled work day

8. Must have regular and reliable job attendance, performance, and the physical ability to do the job.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Communication, written and oral with parent, family and program data and reports and other program staff.

2. Maintain professional atmosphere and demeanor in classroom or family child care home, acting at all times as a representative of the ISD.

3. Engage in activities with children at their physical level.

4. Create an overall supportive, nurturing, strength based atmosphere.

5. Implement Creative Curriculum and Conscious Discipline during classroom and family child care visits.

6. Provide child care for evening meetings as required.

7. Provide resources for families and children as requested

8. Implement high quality developmentally appropriate practice.

9. Adhere to the Standards of Conduct as outlined in the Head Start Program Performance Standards (1305.52(i)(1)(i-iv).

10. Communicate with Early On, Early Head Start, GSRP and Early Childhood Special Education as needed for collaboration throughout programs.

11. Attend and engage in continuous professional development.

12. Demonstrate knowledge of the Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Infants and toddlers.

13. Partner in implementation of universal supports for all children.

14. Maintain appropriate records.

15. Involve families in community activities as appropriate.

16. Perform other duties as assigned by St. Joseph County ISD Administration.

REPORTS TO: Education and Family Services Manager

PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS: Education and Family Services Manager

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Part time position. 20 hours per week. Salary and conditions of employment are determined by the Board of Education.

Job Site:  https://sjcisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=276

Closing Date for Job Mar 31, 2023


GSRP LEAD TEACHER

Contact Person:  Pam Hagelgans

Job Location:  62445 Shimmel Road, Centreville MI 49032

Job Title: GSRP LEAD TEACHER

Job Description:

POSITION GOAL:

Instruct and engage at risk preschool children in preparation for kindergarten consistent with GSRP curriculum. To create curriculum and activities, actively engage preschoolers, to evaluate and assess preschooler and to engage in home visits.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Current Teacher’s Certificate with an Early Childhood Education (ZA) endorsement or Early Childhood-General and Special Education (ZS) endorsement or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development with specialization in Preschool teaching. The transcript will document a major rather than a minor in child development or early childhood education.

2. Appropriate Endorsements.

3. Preferred qualification: at least 2 semester hours or 3.0 CEUs in child care administration.

4. Yearly CPR/AED and first aid certification and TB test.

5. Responsibility of employee to obtain and maintain all training(s), certificate(s), approval(s), etc. and provide documentation to the business office before expiration date of said document(s).

6. Must have regular and reliable job attendance, performance, and the physical ability to do the job.

7. Able to lift up to 50 pounds and work at physical level with preschooler.

8. Required to have a physical presence at the designated job site each scheduled work day.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Ability to use computers, software and other current technology.

2. Effective written communication skills; including parent / family communications and program data and reports.

3. Effective oral communication with children, families and other program staff.

4. Effective organizational skills.

5. Maintain professional atmosphere and demeanor in classroom, acting at all times as a representative of GSRP and/or ISD.

6. Attend and engage in continuous professional development.

7. Implement high quality developmentally appropriate practices as outlined by GSRP Implementation Manual. http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,4615,7-140-63533_50451-217313–,00.html.

8. Knowledge of the Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Prekindergarten.

9. Ability to work cooperatively as a part of a team, including co-teaching with Associate Teacher, Early Childhood Specialist, Early Childhood Speech Therapist and Early Childhood Support Specialist to coordinate and plan curriculum and activities.

10. Engage in activities with children at their physical level.

11. Create an overall supportive, nurturing, strength based atmosphere.

12. Maintain student confidentiality.

13. Implement High Scope.

14. Implement Conscious Discipline.

15. Perform other duties as assigned by the St. Joseph County ISD Administrators.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Supervise children during classroom activities and outdoor periods on the playground.

2. Supervise emergency situations (i.e. tornado drills, fire drills, etc.).

3. Monitor safety of children during arrival and departure activities.

4. Supervision of children out of the classroom and/or school building (i.e. community based instruction/leisure, field trips, etc.).

5. Constantly monitor & evaluate the safety of all children.

PHYSICAL ASPECTS OF THE JOB:

1. Climb steps and playground equipment as needed.

2. Walk long distances in community-based instruction.

3. Lift and position physically involved children.

4. Change diapers or assist any children in toileting and other self care skills.

5. Assist with maintenance/custodial care of classroom, as needed.

6. Use universal precautions at all times for personal health and safety.

NON-INSTRUCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Assist the Associate Teacher with classroom clerical and record keeping duties (i.e. attendance, lunch count, progress monitoring of child development).

2. Complete accident and/or incident reports as needed.

3. Assist the Associate Teacher in room preparation.

4. Assist the Associate Teacher with planning the preparation of instructional materials.

5. Attend and provide input at student/staff/team meetings and in-service when required.

6. Assist with communication to parents and bus drivers.

7. Actively seeks advice and information relating to job.

8. Assist with other school related responsibilities as assigned by both the GSRP Program Coordinator and/or the St. Joseph County ISD administration.

REPORTS TO: Director of Early Childhood Services

ASSESSMENT: Director of Early Childhood Services

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: To be determined based on Non-Union Conditions of Employment.

Work schedule: 190 days, 37.5 hours per week Monday –Thursday with children and Friday for other duties including planning, home visits and professional development.

We offer Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance on the first day of employment, cash in lieu if you have Medical Insurance coverage (paid out monthly: $608.71), Life Insurance, and State Retirement.

Job Site:  https://sjcisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=265

Closing Date for Job Mar 31, 2023


GSRP ASSOCIATE TEACHER

Contact Person:  Pam Hagelgans

Job Location:  62445 Shimmel Road, Centreville MI 49032

Job Title: GSRP ASSOCIATE TEACHER

Job Description:

POSITION GOAL:

To work with at risk preschoolers in co-instructor role with GSRP Lead Teacher for kindergarten readiness.

QUALIFICATIONS:

An Associate Teacher will be considered credentialed for the position with the following:

1. An associate’s degree (AA) in early childhood education or child development or the equivalent; or

2. Willingness to work towards a valid classroom CDA credential.

3. Prior experience with preschool preferred.

4. Ability to work in cooperative and collegial manner with GSRP Lead Teacher and Supervisor.

5. Yearly CPR/AED and first aid certification and TB test.

6. Responsibility of employee to obtain and maintain all training(s), certificate(s), approval(s), etc. and provide documentation to the business office before expiration date of said document(s).

7. Must have regular and reliable job attendance, performance, and the physical ability to do the job.

8. Able to lift up to 50 pounds and work at physical level with preschooler.

9. Required to have a physical presence at the designated job site each scheduled work day.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Ability to use computers, software and other current technology.

2. Effective written communication skills; including parent/family communications and program data and reports.

3. Effective oral communication with children, families and other program staff.

4. Effective organizational skills.

5. Maintain professional atmosphere and demeanor in classroom, acting at all times as a representative of GSRP and/or ISD.

6. Attend and engage in continuous professional development.

7. Implement high quality developmentally appropriate practices as outlined by GSRP Implementation Manual. http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,4615,7-140-63533_50451-217313–,00.html

8. Knowledge of the Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Prekindergarten.

9. Ability to work cooperatively as a part of a team, including co-teaching with Lead Teacher, Early Childhood Specialist, Early Childhood Speech Therapist, Early Childhood Support Specialist and Supervisor to coordinate and plan curriculum and activities.

10. Engage in activities with children at their physical level.

11. Create an overall supportive, nurturing, strength based atmosphere.

12. Maintain student confidentiality.

13. Co-Implementation of High Scope Curriculum.

14. Co-Implementation of Conscious Discipline.

15. Perform other duties as assigned by the St. Joseph County ISD Administrators.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Supervise children during classroom activities and outdoor periods on the playground.

2. Supervise emergency situations (i.e. tornado drills, fire drills, etc.).

3. Monitor safety of children during arrival and departure activities.

4. Supervision of children out of the classroom and/or school building (i.e. community based instruction/leisure, field trips, etc.).

5. Constantly monitor & evaluate the safety of all children.

6. Participate in screening for preschool applications.

7. Coordinate with GSRP Lead Teacher and assist in planning instruction and engagement of preschool.

8. Participate in home visits.

PHYSICAL ASPECTS OF THE JOB

1. Climb steps and playground equipment as needed.

2. Walk long distances in community-based instruction.

3. Lift and position physically involved children.

4. Change diapers or assist any children in toileting and other self-care skills.

5. Assist with maintenance/custodial care of classroom, as needed.

6. Use universal precautions at all times for personal health and safety.

NON-INSTRUCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Assist the Lead Teacher with classroom clerical and record keeping duties (i.e. attendance, lunch count, progress monitoring of child development).

2. Complete accident and/or incident reports as needed.

3. Assist the Lead Teacher in room preparation.

4. Assist the Lead Teacher with planning the preparation of instructional materials.

5. Attend and provide input at student/staff/team meetings and in-service when required.

6. Assist with communication to parents and bus drivers.

7. Actively seeks advice and information relating to job.

8. Assist with other school related responsibilities as assigned by both the GSRP Lead Teacher and/or the St. Joseph County ISD administration.

REPORTS TO: GSRP Program Manager

ASSESSMENT: GSRP Program Manager

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: To be determined based on the Non-Union Conditions of Employment.

Work schedule: 190 days, 37.5 hours per week Monday –Thursday with children and Friday for other duties including planning, home visits and professional development.

We offer Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance on the first day of employment, cash in lieu if you have Medical Insurance coverage (paid out monthly: $608.71), Life Insurance, and State Retirement.

Job Site:  https://sjcisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=263

 

Closing Date for Job Mar 31, 2023


GSRP ASSOCIATE TEACHER

Contact Person:  Pam Hagelgans

Job Location:  62445 Shimmel Road, Centreville MI 49032

Job Title: GSRP ASSOCIATE TEACHER

Job Description:

POSITION GOAL:

To work with at risk preschoolers in co-instructor role with GSRP Lead Teacher for kindergarten readiness.

QUALIFICATIONS:

An Associate Teacher will be considered credentialed for the position with the following:

1. An associate’s degree (AA) in early childhood education or child development or the equivalent; or

2. Willingness to work towards a valid classroom CDA credential.

3. Prior experience with preschool preferred.

4. Ability to work in cooperative and collegial manner with GSRP Lead Teacher and Supervisor.

5. Yearly CPR/AED and first aid certification and TB test.

6. Responsibility of employee to obtain and maintain all training(s), certificate(s), approval(s), etc. and provide documentation to the business office before expiration date of said document(s).

7. Must have regular and reliable job attendance, performance, and the physical ability to do the job.

8. Able to lift up to 50 pounds and work at physical level with preschooler.

9. Required to have a physical presence at the designated job site each scheduled work day.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Ability to use computers, software and other current technology.

2. Effective written communication skills; including parent/family communications and program data and reports.

3. Effective oral communication with children, families and other program staff.

4. Effective organizational skills.

5. Maintain professional atmosphere and demeanor in classroom, acting at all times as a representative of GSRP and/or ISD.

6. Attend and engage in continuous professional development.

7. Implement high quality developmentally appropriate practices as outlined by GSRP Implementation Manual. http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,4615,7-140-63533_50451-217313–,00.html

8. Knowledge of the Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Prekindergarten.

9. Ability to work cooperatively as a part of a team, including co-teaching with Lead Teacher, Early Childhood Specialist, Early Childhood Speech Therapist, Early Childhood Support Specialist and Supervisor to coordinate and plan curriculum and activities.

10. Engage in activities with children at their physical level.

11. Create an overall supportive, nurturing, strength based atmosphere.

12. Maintain student confidentiality.

13. Co-Implementation of High Scope Curriculum.

14. Co-Implementation of Conscious Discipline.

15. Perform other duties as assigned by the St. Joseph County ISD Administrators.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Supervise children during classroom activities and outdoor periods on the playground.

2. Supervise emergency situations (i.e. tornado drills, fire drills, etc.).

3. Monitor safety of children during arrival and departure activities.

4. Supervision of children out of the classroom and/or school building (i.e. community based instruction/leisure, field trips, etc.).

5. Constantly monitor & evaluate the safety of all children.

6. Participate in screening for preschool applications.

7. Coordinate with GSRP Lead Teacher and assist in planning instruction and engagement of preschool.

8. Participate in home visits.

PHYSICAL ASPECTS OF THE JOB

1. Climb steps and playground equipment as needed.

2. Walk long distances in community-based instruction.

3. Lift and position physically involved children.

4. Change diapers or assist any children in toileting and other self-care skills.

5. Assist with maintenance/custodial care of classroom, as needed.

6. Use universal precautions at all times for personal health and safety.

NON-INSTRUCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Assist the Lead Teacher with classroom clerical and record keeping duties (i.e. attendance, lunch count, progress monitoring of child development).

2. Complete accident and/or incident reports as needed.

3. Assist the Lead Teacher in room preparation.

4. Assist the Lead Teacher with planning the preparation of instructional materials.

5. Attend and provide input at student/staff/team meetings and in-service when required.

6. Assist with communication to parents and bus drivers.

7. Actively seeks advice and information relating to job.

8. Assist with other school related responsibilities as assigned by both the GSRP Lead Teacher and/or the St. Joseph County ISD administration.

REPORTS TO: GSRP Program Manager

ASSESSMENT: GSRP Program Manager

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: To be determined based on the Non-Union Conditions of Employment.

Work schedule: 190 days, 37.5 hours per week Monday –Thursday with children and Friday for other duties including planning, home visits and professional development.

We offer Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance on the first day of employment, cash in lieu if you have Medical Insurance coverage (paid out monthly: $608.71), Life Insurance, and State Retirement.

Job Site:  https://sjcisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=263

 

Closing Date for Job Mar 31, 2023


GSRP AIDE – PART TIME

Contact Person:  Pam hagelgans

Job Location:  62445 Shimmel Road, Centreville MI 49032

Job Title:  GSRP AIDE – PART TIME

Job Description:

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Prior experience with preschool preferred.

2. Ability to work in cooperative and collegial manner with GSRP Lead Teacher.

3. Yearly CPR/AED and first aid certification and TB test.

4. Must have regular and reliable job attendance, performance, and the physical ability to do the job.

5. Able to lift up to 50 pounds and work at physical level with preschooler.

6. Required to have a physical presence at the designated job site each scheduled work day.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Ability to use computers, software and other current technology.

2. Effective written communication skills; including parent/family communications and program data and reports.

3. Have the ability to effective oral communication with children, families, GSRP Program Manager and other program staff.

4. Effective organizational skills.

5. Maintain professional atmosphere and demeanor in classroom, acting at all times as a representative of GSRP and/or ISD.

6. Attend and engage in continuous professional development as needed and appropriate.

7. Implement high quality developmentally appropriate practices as outlined by GSRP Implementation Manual. http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,4615,7-140-63533_50451-217313–,00.html

8. Knowledge of the Early Childhood Standards of Quality for Prekindergarten.

9. Ability to work cooperatively as a part of a team, including co-teaching with Lead Teacher, Early Childhood Specialist, Early Childhood Speech Therapist and Early Childhood Support Specialist to coordinate and plan curriculum and activities.

10. Engage in activities with children at their physical level.

11. Create an overall supportive, nurturing, strength based atmosphere.

12. Maintain student confidentiality.

13. Be flexible in working with four different sites and including as a substitute.

14. Perform other duties as assigned by the St. Joseph County ISD Administrators.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Supervise children during classroom activities and outdoor periods on the playground.

2. Supervise emergency situations (i.e. tornado drills, fire drills, etc.).

3. Monitor safety of children during arrival and departure activities.

4. Supervision of children out of the classroom and/or school building (i.e. community based instruction/leisure, field trips, etc.).

5. Constantly monitor and evaluate the safety of all children.

PHYSICAL ASPECTS OF THE JOB:

1. Climb steps and playground equipment as needed.

2. Walk long distances in community-based instruction.

3. Lift and position physically involved children.

4. Change diapers or assist any children in toileting and other self-care skills.

5. Assist with maintenance/custodial care of classroom, as needed.

6. Use universal precautions at all times for personal health and safety.

NON-INSTRUCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES :

1. Assist the Lead Teacher with classroom clerical and record keeping duties (i.e. attendance, lunch count, progress monitoring of child development).

2. Complete accident and/or incident reports as needed.

REPORTS TO: GSRP Program Manager

ASSESSMENT: GSRP Program Manager

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Part time (no benefits) To be determined based on the Non-Union Conditions of Employment.

Work schedule: 190 days, Monday –Friday, not to exceed 30 hours per week.

Job Site:  https://sjcisd.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=298

Closing Date for Job Mar 31, 2023


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