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The Network Administrator is hands on to fully support, configure, maintain and upgrade networks and servers, maintain data and system security, and to provide general support for the Information Technology Department.
Under the administrative direction of the Education/Early Childhood Services Manager and under the direct supervision of the Site Coordinator the classroom the Floater/Teacher Assistant assists the teacher in all aspects of classroom management.
The Floater will support (4) Head Start Centers/Classrooms as needed and assigned located throughout Trenton, New Jersey.
Position/Classification: Part-Time Adoption Expediter
Schedule: As Needed Based Upon Assignment Requirements
Expected Hours: Two Days per Week (14 Hours)
Class: Para-Professional/Social Service Specialist II
Program: DCP&P Adoption Expediter Contract
Location: DCP&P Office, 3150 Route 9 South, Rio Grande, New Jersey
Cape May County
Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree required; Preferably in Social Services
Salary Range: $25.00 per hour
The Part-Time Program Assistant will provide support and guidance to individual 3 and 4 year old children, and small groups of children in a preschool classroom setting
Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday mornings, 2 hours per day; (October 2019 through June 2020)
Work Location: Trenton, New Jersey
Work involves serving food provide by a third party vendor and storing all food used in the Head Start program in an efficient, safe, sanitary manner, and cleaning of the preparation area, utensils, and equipment daily.
Schedule: 27.5 Hours Per Week
2019/2020 School Year - Now through June 30, 2019
Hours: 07:30AM - 1:00PM
Work Location: Head Start Centers, Trenton, New Jersey 08638
Hourly Rate: $10.00
The Early Head Start Center Based Manager will work in collaboration with the Executive Director and The Early Head Start Program Manager to implement the Early Head Start Comprehensive services so that the staff knows how to actualize all aspects of the Early Head Start program by individualizing the program, creating a learning and integrated environment, implementing the curriculum, managing the classrooms, overseeing delivery of child development and all other Head Start comprehensive services, preparing weekly plans developing policies and procedures to support all content areas (health, discipline, mental health, nutrition, social services) including the education content, and involving parents in the program. Works with CHSofNJ staff, CHS and Head Start management and community agencies and partners. Experience integrating program design into infant/toddler routines.
The Pre-school Bus Monitor will supervise children on their bus route, additionally, as a "good will" ambassador for CHSofNJ Head Start Program; the Bus Monitor greets parents and children during a bus route. Bus Monitor must be aware of and follow Federal regulations and agency protocols while maintaining a positive attitude and a focus on safety and comfortable riding environment.
Schedule: 25 Hours per Week - 2019/2020 School Calendar Year
Hours: 07:30AM – 10:00AM and 02:30PM – 05:00PM
Salary: $10.00 Per Hour
The Bilingual (English/Spanish) Community Health Worker will perform a combination of community outreach and education, home visits, case management, group activities/workshops and community-based supportive services to provide a source of enhanced social support and create a bridge between under-served and hard-to-reach population and formal providers of health, social and other community services.
Work Location: Brick, New Jersey
Bilingual English/Spanish (Written and Spoken) required.
The Part-Time Program Assistant I will maintain, update, and support the CHS Kinship Program clients, database, and files.
Schedule: 25 Hours Per Work / Hours worked will be within Monday through Friday, 09:00AM - 05:00PM schedule
The Bilingual Community Partnership Specialist is responsible for resource and volunteer development by integrating him/herself into the immediate community and building mutually beneficial relationships with
parents, faith community, businesses, advocates, and key stakeholders i.e. schools, service providers, local and county government and other agencies. He/She works with the community to highlight strengths and identify challenges where resources need to be leveraged and developed to better support and serve its children, youth and families.
- Bilingual English/Spanish (Written and Spoken Required)
The Program Assistant I will maintain, update, and support the CHS Kinship Program clients, database, and files.
Bilingual English/Spanish Required.
Provides Mental Health services; does not have supervisory responsibility, collaborates with community mental health agencies to serve clients, plans or implements mental health intervention, observes in classroom, provides staff support in behavior management, and provides mental health education, training and consultation to staff and parents.
The Mental Health Specialist has no direct therapy/counseling with the children.
Candidates must have a car and valid driver’s license as travel throughout Trenton/Head Start Centers is required.
Our mission of saving children’s lives and building health families is at the core of all of our programs. This position within the Children’s Home Society is providing counseling to families involved with DCP&P. This position provides an array of clinical experience to grow your career. Candidates are supported within the program team, through clinical supervision, and throughout the agency. CHS is dedicated to supporting our team in enhancing skills to effectively meet the needs of our families.
The Social Worker II will carry a caseload of approximately eight families.
Work Location: 635 South Clinton Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey
Schedule: 35 Hours Per Week
Flexible and varied work schedule required
Bilingual English/Spanish and Training in Trauma Informed/Evidence Based treatment modalities preferred but not required.
The Classroom Support Staff works cooperatively with the Teacher and Teacher Assistant to assist with the daily education program and assigned classroom. Under the reflective supervision of the Teacher, the Classroom Support Staff will assist with classroom activities and will help maintain a safe and clean classroom environment that reflects the agency's philosophy and curriculum.
2019/20 School Year - August 19, 2019 through June 30, 2020
The Classroom Support Staff will be assigned to the (4) Head Start Centers as needed.
Location: Middle School Site, Trenton, New Jersey
Length of Assignment: September 23, 2019 through June 12, 2020
Hours: 02:30PM – 05:30PM / 15 Hours per Week
Salary Range: $13.00 per hour
Qualifications: High School Diploma/GED Required
The Group Leader will assist students in homework support, test preparation, and individual and group activities.
2019/2020 School Year - September 23, 2019 through June 12, 2020
10 - 12 Hours per Week
Hourly Rate: $30.00
General Purpose: The afterschool Instructor develops, plans, and implements age-appropriate curriculum in assigned area of expertise.
General Purpose: Perform a wide range of clerical activities for the WIC Program Administrator to assist with the efficient operation of the office.
Schedule: Flexible schedule needed and ability to work some evening and weekend hours, including Wednesday hours of 11:30AM - 7:30PM
Position Available: August 2019
Expected Length of Temporary Assignment: 3 to 6 Months
Hourly Rate: $13.25
The Part-Time Clerk will be responsible for maintaining the agency file room.
Schedule: 17.5 Hours Per Week between the hours of 09:00AM and 05:00PM
CWA1040 Union position
Hourly Rate: $13.25 per hour
The Social Worker III will provide in-home and in-office emotional and behavioral therapy for children ages 3 - 21 and their families.
Schedule: 35.0 Hours Per Week
Expected Length of Assignment: Three Months with the possibility of extension
Bilingual English/Spanish and Training in Trauma Informed/Evidence Based treatment modalities preferred
The position of Family Advocate is responsible for creating and implementing successful Family Partnership with families of Early Head Start and the Community; and for advocating on behalf of all Head Start Families.
Flexible and varied work schedule, including evenings and weekends as required. Schedule will be determined and coordinated by the EHS/Head Start Executive Director. Candidates must have a car and valid driver’s license as travel throughout Trenton is required.
Work Location: Early Head Start Center, Trenton, New Jersey
12 Month Position
Positions Available: 2