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favorite this post Early Headstart Program Supervisor (Kent, WA) hide this posting unhide

compensation: DOE + Benefits & 401k
employment type: full-time

Join our award-winning Team at CHSW and become part of our 120 year legacy of helping children and their families! Winner of the "Inspiring Our Next Generation" award for Seattle Met magazine's 2015 Light a Fire awards, we're recognized as doing critical work for children in Seattle and beyond. A leader and a voice for kids since 1896, CHSW stands as a premier service provider to ensure the safety, security, and success of Washington State's children. We develop healthy kids, create strong families, build engaged communities, and speak and advocate for children. All kids deserve a loving, nurturing home where they can learn and thrive. Your work at CHSW can help make this possible! With 11 locations throughout Washington, we boast one of the state's most robust family service networks.

Oversees program development, management, quality service delivery, and customer satisfaction that are in alignment with CHSW's mission, vision, and values. Provides guidance and leadership to staff members who work in the program. Ensures the effective and efficient utilization of staff, fiscal resources and facilities. Has access to protected healthcare information (PHI) or confidential identifiable information (CII), both paper and electronic, as necessary, to perform related job duties and responsibilities.

• Provides leadership, direction, and supervision to program staff
• Develops and implements goals and objectives of a CHSW program in coordination with CHSW's Strategic Plan
• Ensures contract compliance for the program
• Ensures that all records and statistics are appropriately maintained and reported to ensure compliance with governmental grant regulations and program standards
• Provides for quality assurance in the program or center-directed services
• May conduct an annual assessment and evaluation of programs
• Monitors the program budget and maintains appropriate records and documentation for grant and contract compliance
• Develops program planning and implementation with other programs to facilitate integrated services and access for families
• Oversees the day-to-day operational requirements of the program or a family center and/or its satellite support facilities
• Acts as a facilitator of communications and mediation between partner agencies and community organizations
• May work closely with community organizations, schools, and partners to ensure an integrated approach to assist the program's targeted population
• May develop, coordinate and market parenting classes and family activities
• May serve as the coordinator for any support center and/or satellite sites
• May serve as the liaison between CHSW and child care partners
• May serve as the Disabilities Coordinator
• Advocates for the values of a diverse population within CHSW and the Community
• Performs other duties as assigned by the supervisor

• Bachelor of Arts degree in education, early childhood education, social work or related field plus three years of community/educational outreach experience or a combination of education and experience that demonstrates the required knowledge, skills, and abilities
• Agency affiliated counselor credential if applicable to the program
• Direct service experience with children and families of targeted population
• 2 years demonstrated supervisory experience, which reflects progressive responsibilities in hiring, firing, training, performance evaluations, conflict resolution and disciplinary counseling
• Knowledge of family support principles and practice, early childhood development and family development
• Completion of a criminal background check
• Proficient in MS Office
• Demonstrated successful community organizing or ethnic community outreach experience
• Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
• Must possess strong human relations skills to communicate and work effectively within a culturally diverse work environment and community

• Proof of physical exam (updated every three years), including a one step Mantoux TB skin test prior to start of employment. For those who have previously tested positive, documented proof of treatment from a doctor or a negative chest x-ray must be provided
• Ability to lift up to 30 lbs.
• Current CPR and First Aid Certification upon hire or within 60 days of

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