This position will serve to plan, organize and control the ongoing development, supervision and implementation of the Weatherization and related programs within WCCA. This person must be comfortable with preparing and monitoring budgets, using computers in daily program operations and must possess strong communication skills. Required education and experience includes a High School diploma or equivalent with three (3) or more years of experience. Current Building Performance Institute (BPI) Energy Auditor certification is required. Click “View More” for details.
The Family Advocate creates coordination between Head Start services and community resources in order to foster strength and healthy living in our client’s lives. This role provides support in a case management style and acts as a liaison between families, staff, the community and other family-related resources. Bachelor’s or Associates degree in Early Chilhood Education, Family Development, Social Work or related field required. Starting range $16.79-19.00/hour with a full range of $16.79-22.39. This is a contracted position with summers off. Click “View More” for details.
WCCA’s Aging Alliance is seeking a housekeeper to help seniors live longer in their own homes. Responsibilities include general intake of clients and regular homemaking appointments which could include laundry, cleaning counters, organizing or meal prep. Approximately 10-15 hours per week. Starting rate is $12.00/hour. Click “View More” for details.
This position is a full time, benefit eligible position that works out of the main office in Maple Lake. This position is responsible for the supervision and monitoring of Head Start program operations in assigned Head Start centers and implements portions of Early Childhood Development and Health Services Plan, and the Disabilities Services Plans. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Social Work, Childhood Psychology or a related field. Click “View More” for a detailed job description.
To assist in the implementation of program activities, including the daily routine tasks that establish the basic foundation for a healthy and safe environment. High School Diploma or equivalent, or enrolled in a GED program. Have received a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential or are working toward obtaining a Child Development Associate Credential, AA or BA degree. Click “View More” for a detailed job description.
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