Recruiting, training and monitoring Type A and Type B Home child care providers and determining program eligibility for caretakers. Ensure compliance with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS), Family Child Care, Child Care Eligibility, Fraud & Overpayments, and Child Care Step Up To Quality Rules and Regulations.
Associate’s degree in Child Development, Education, Social Work, Psychology or closely related degree that includes a minimum of 25 credit hours in Child Development. A minimum of two years’ experience within a child care program or human service agency or one year of experience inspecting, licensing and monitoring child care centers, and/or family day care homes, preferred. You must have a valid state motor vehicle operator’s license and be insurable under the NOCAC vehicle insurance policy. Must be skilled in conducting workshops and teaching childhood development program techniques to adults. Must have the ability to utilize various types of information systems to process and record program data.
40 hours per week
$13.06 – $14.10 per hour, depending on qualifications
Deadline for Applications
Open until filled