Job Summary: The Early Head Start Director oversees the day to day operations of the Early Head Start program and provides direction to the development and maintenance of all EHS components: Governance, Program Design and Management, Enrollment, Child Development and Health, Facilities, Family and Community Partnerships, and Transportation. This position also plays a key role in budget development and management, systems for staff training and supervision, ensuring parent voice in all aspects of the program, overseeing the community assessment process and ensuring FBB’s EHS Program provides high quality services to all the children and families it serves.
The Early Head Start (EHS) Home-based Teacher at Family Building Blocks encourages the development of a safe, nurturing home learning environment for infants and toddlers, identifying family strengths and recognizing parents as the child’s first teachers. Weekly home visits to families focus on child development and family support in the following ways: giving parents additional tools to be their child’s first teacher and advocate, providing developmentally appropriate parenting information, supporting family goals, health tracking, completing developmental screenings and assessment for children and helping families access to community resources. The Home-based Teacher also offers twice monthly group socializations for families to support their child in a group learning environment. All activities occur in accordance with the Head Start Performance Standards and the Head Start Act.
Job Summary: Responsible for: supervising the supervisors, screeners, and intake coordinator serving the Healthy Families and Outreach home visiting programs; working closely with the Healthy Families and Outreach Program Director (Program Director) to ensure implementation of Healthy Families services in accordance with Healthy Families America and Healthy Families Oregon standards and to ensure all services are provided in accordance with best practices; oversight, ongoing monitoring, and regular supervision of staff; in consultation with the program leadership team developing and implementing a comprehensive annual training plan for both programs; work with supervisors of other FBB parent education programs to regularly offer coordinated cross-program training; working with the Program Director to ensure the smooth operation of home visiting services.
To apply at FBB:
Please review the full job description (by clicking the job title). Applicants should send FBB the following:
- Cover letter
- FBB Application (PDF, Word)
- All applicants must complete and return theVoluntary Self-Identification of Disability Survey
- Please also consider responding to our Voluntary Affirmative Action Survey
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Family Building Blocks
2425 Lancaster Dr NE
Salem OR 97305