ParentChild+ - About Us:
ParentChild+ is a nationally recognized early childhood school readiness organization, with a two-generation focus, working in 16 states and six countries. We work with communities and families to build parent-child attachment, school readiness, and school success while strengthening local child care sites in neglected, low opportunity, and under-funded neighborhoods.
We see culturally responsive, community-based early education as a critical support for families, levelling the playing field before children ever enter their first room, and helping families enable their children to access a future full of possibilities.
ParentChild+ is seeking a part-time training analyst to support the Home-Based Child Care (HBCC) Model, which works to strengthen the skill base of adults working with children in licensed or unlicensed child care homes.
The part-time training analyst will review and transcribe training materials into manuals. They will also research and explore the variety of ways that states support workforce development for home-based child care providers. In addition, the training analyst will ensure that HBCC support includes state’s early learning standards and professional development opportunities that can support child care providers outside of their home visits.
The training specialist will work between 5-10 hours per week through June 2023 with an opportunity to increase hours up to 20 hours per week. We are looking for a commitment through June. Position is open ASAP.
The training analyst will:
- Work with the HBCC National Director to create manuals used as training resources for trainees;
- Research and clarify each state’s professional development system for child care providers; and
- Collect, organize, and update guide sheets used in the HBCC model to include state learning standards and professional development resources.
Skills and Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience in the social sciences and/or early child development field. Master’s Degree preferred.
- 3-7 years’ experience in early childhood education as teacher, director, or TA specialist.
- Ability to speak a second language (preferably Spanish).
- Proficient with statistical software and Microsoft suite.
- Excellent written/verbal communication skills. Able to present to diverse audiences.
- Considers the impact of the work on communities of color and immigrants.
- Experience working with different communication styles.
Compensation and Benefits:
$25/hour with 5-10 hours per week with a commitment
NYC metro area. This position requires meeting in person at the New York City HQ a minimum of once a week.
How To Apply:
Please send a separate COVER LETTER (not in the body of the email) and resume through the portal. Resumes without cover letters will NOT be considered. Your cover letter is evidence of your qualification of writing excellence listed above.
You may also apply by submitting your documents to email@example.com with the subject line “Training Analyst”.
ParentChild+ is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We have a clear vision and commitment: to be a place where a diverse mix of talented people engage and do their best work. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
More About the Position:
Many parents and children are much more comfortable getting care and nurturance from family members, friends, and local neighbors than they are sending children into centers and school settings that may not fit with the families’ language, culture, schedule, or health/special needs. Moreover, these familiar adults provide care for community children as a profession, source of income, and service to the families they know and love.
Because home-based child care continues to be the option most parents choose, home-based child care providers need support in school-readiness strategies that they may not be able to readily access. At ParentChild+ we meet families’ caregivers to provide culturally-responsive, linguistically-matched support, in-home with a one-on-one coaching model that engages the caregiver to promote school-readiness skills and create an environment for optimal child development from the start. Parents are able to work, go to school, seek out child care at unusual hours, and take comfort in knowing that the person caring for their child is a familiar, trusted and adult who is being coached in the best practices of early childhood education.
More About ParentChild+:
ParentChild+, uses education to break the cycle of poverty for low-income families. We engage early in life and help toddlers, their parents, and their family child care providers access a path to possibility. What we provide isn’t just early literacy, it is early opportunity. For families living in underserved communities, we are a first step on the ladder to success.
An international research-based and research-validated program, we successfully strengthen families and help them prepare their children for academic success through intensive home visiting. Since 1965, this innovative program has emphasized the importance of quality parent-child interaction to help build the skills children need to be successful students.
Today, ParentChild+ is helping families who have not had access to economic and educational opportunities prepare their children to succeed in school and in life.
Visit us on the web at: https://www.parentchildplus.org/