Childcare Team Lead -Job Posting Only - Pomona

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Pomona, CA







Job Description - Child Care Team Lead

Job Types: Full-time, Contract
Shifts – Day (7am – 3pm); Evening (3pm – 11pm); Night (11pm – 7 am)
*must work one weekend shift per week
Are you passionate about helping those in your community and making a lasting impact on someone’s life? We are currently seeking a dedicated youth worker who will serve as a positive role model to support, lead, and encourage young people. You will have the chance to form lasting relationships, encourage positive behavior, and design activities to promote overall welfare of participants, all while increasing your knowledge of social work, behavioral studies, and management skills. We believe that personal relationships hold the key to changing behavior, and we place our trust in our passionate team of youth workers. Accelerate your career while doing a job that truly matters, and enjoy the intrinsic rewards of helping people lead better lives.
Job Requirements:
  • Guide overall performance of child health care plan
  • Lead and support care management programs and processes to meet program and federal objectives
  • Direct the development and implementation of policies and procedures, work processes, financial reporting, compliance, systems, ensuring metrics are established and measured
  • Develop and maintain key state and federal relationships, coordinate and participate on departmental and state committees, and other activities, meetings and trainings
  • Ensure positive relationships and feedback loops with community and other stakeholders
  • Manage all shift supervisors including scheduling
  • Ensures appropriate discipline is maintained
  • Directs development and delivery of structured children’s activity
  • Facilitates ongoing communication with team-members to achieve effective and efficient program operations
  • Prepare and discuss performance including evaluations
  • Conduct team meetings
  • Participates in creation of procedures and practices
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Considerable knowledge of childhood development
  • Considerable knowledge and understanding of children with conditions that put a child “at risk”, including understanding of and training in trauma informed care and intervention
  • Demonstrated knowledge of principles and practices of supervision including reflective supervision
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective collaborative working relationships with families, staff and community partners
  • Highly effective communication skills
  • Knowledge of screening and assessments related to child development and to child and care giver functioning
  • Experience in training groups and conducting presentations
  • Demonstrated ability to provide support for and problem solve with direct care and supervisory staff as well as system partners.
  • Ability to effectively utilize a web-based data system to manage project information
Will provide direction and leadership to department and participate in the selection of personnel to fill vacancies.

Requires a master’s degree in education, early childhood, child development or social science and 10 -15 years of related experience including 5 years of supervision or the ability to demonstrate experience as a leader.

• The ability to development tactical and strategic plans, goals and objectives.
• Strong organization, planning and communication skills.

Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office environment.