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Family Advocate II - State Preschool

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•Under the supervision of the Child Development Supervisor, the Family Advocate II is to provide case management support services to assigned families to improve living conditions and quality of life for children and families; refer families to community agencies to meet educational, health care and other specialized needs; promote and encourage parent involvement, activities and training in the State program; maintain program enrollment throughout the entire program year; perform related duties as assigned.
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Lead Teacher - State Preschool

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•Under the supervision of the Child Development Coordinator the Lead Teacher, assumes the responsibility for the daily operation of a center where care is given to young children, ages three to five years and services are provided to their families. This position is responsible for the daily activities of the center staff, the daily program for children, their families, and interacts with parents and volunteers including center meetings and facilitating interactions among staff.
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Health Assistant - Head Start - Part Time

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•Under the supervision of the Health Specialist, the Health Assistant provides support services to assigned tasks identified by the Health Specialist as program needs, including but not limited to conducting health screenings, ChildPlus tracking, record keeping, data entry, and perform other related duties as assigned.
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Teacher I - Early Head Start

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•Under the supervision of the Child Development Supervisor and Lead Teacher, plans, coordinates and implements school readiness curriculum. Also, performs a variety of duties to aid in the care, development, and instruction of children in a Child Development Center. Complies with program regulations in all ECE programs
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Health Educator - Champions for Change

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•Under general supervision of the Project Coordinator, the Health Educator provides health education and physical activity promotion based on approved curriculum in the targeted communities. In addition to record keeping, data collection and evaluations, and perform other related duties as assigned.
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Program Aide - State Preschool

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•Under the supervision of the Child Development Coordinator, Lead Teacher and Associate Teacher, the Program Aide will support the Associate Teacher by following educational instruction and providing instruction with the Teacher’s guidance. The program aide will also support covering breaks, preparing meals, setting up the classrooms and ensuring the health and safety of children and families is maintained at all times.
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Associate Teacher - State Preschool

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• Under the supervision of the Child Development Coordinator, and Lead Teacher, the Associate Teacher, assists in the implementation of program curriculum and school readiness activities. Provides direct supervision of children and ensures children’s health & safety at all times.

Jobs FAQ

A. You may contact Human Resources at (562) 806-5400, ext. 118, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. You may also contact us at jobs@hsala.org.
A. Most employees are required to drive their automobiles for agency business; therefore, we will need to make a copy of your driver license and your current proof of automobile insurance. Employees who have direct contact with clients are required to have negative TB test results on file. Some positions require that the employee be trained in CPR and first aid. All employees must also bring one to two forms of identification for use in completing the Employment Eligibility Verification form (I-9), as well as their Social Security card for payroll purposes. Please refer to individual job announcements for additional requirements.
A. After the interviewing supervisor has reviewed the applicants’ resumes, she/he will determine if the applicant has the required experience and/or if her/his educational background meets the required qualifications. The interviewing supervisor will then contact those who meet the qualifications to arrange for interviews. In many cases, due to time constraints, an applicant who does not meet the qualifications for the position may not be contacted.
A. Job announcements remain on HSA’s website or on other job locator websites until a candidate who meets the qualifications is selected. The length of time for the job announcement to be posted may be as short as one (1) week, to as long as two to three (2-3) months, depending upon the amount of interest that there is in a job announcement. Typically, entry-level positions (e.g., Driver, Program Aide, etc.) will generate interest from a larger number of people than those positions that require substantial experience or positions that require a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.
A. Submit your resume via email to jobs@hsala.org or by fax at (562) 445-3966. You may also mail your resume to Human Services Association, Attn: Human Resources, 6800 Florence Ave., Bell Gardens, CA 90201.

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