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  • Direct Support Professional
    Direct Support Professionals (DSP) provide support and training to the DS program clients by assisting them in the core service areas of: health and safety, personal power and choice, positive recognition by self and others, community integration, constructive relationships, and building skill competence.
  • Home Coordinator - North King County
    The Home Coordinator is responsible for the overall day-to-day functioning of the Supported Living Program.
  • Triage/ Crisis Line Clinician
    Triage/Crisis Line Clinicians perform the mental health professional function for the NSMHA Integrated Crisis Response System by providing professional assessment and crisis intervention to NSMHA service recipients, deciding when face-to face services are needed and dispatch Crisis Outreach and DMHP/DCR staff as appropriate
  • Director of Operations - Disability Services
    Oversees operation of program, approves the selection and termination of employees, attends meetings pertinent to the position and program, participates in local, state and national committees in support of people with developmental disabilities, ensures that state regulations and standards are met, participates in program Quality Assurance process and state evaluation process, and monitors program budget to ensure fiscal responsibility. Oversees the transitional process as the program adapts to new technology and takes on new clients and contracts.
  • Service Coordinator
    Responsible for limited case management and referral services for all tenants; monitors delivery of services to all tenants to ensure such services are timely, appropriate, and satisfactory; tenant education; administers volunteer support programs; plans resident activities; documents contact with providers, families, and tenants; completes reports for Quality Assurance Administrator; and pursues avenues for additional services.
  • Cook
    The cook is responsible for the day to day planning, preparation, and serving of meals, which may include breakfast and/or lunch, and morning/afternoon snacks. These duties include: • participating in the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). • planning menus to meet the requirements of the USDA/CACFP program. • using and posting menus approved by the Snohomish County ECEAP nutritionist. • incorporating cultural, ethnic, and dietary preferences and suggestions from parents in the menu planning process. • planning and recording/documenting appropriate and creditable alternatives for children with food allergies or food preferences and communicating this information to family support specialists and classroom teachers. • ordering and purchasing food, ingredients, materials, supplies, and equipment according to ECEAP performance standards, CACFP requirements, and budget considerations. • ensuring kitchen safety and maintaining kitchen sanitation/ cleanliness at all times, reporting maintenance issues or concerns to supervisor. • record keeping according to CACFP requirements.
  • Lead Teacher
    The lead teacher is directly responsible for the care and education of the preschool children enrolled in his/her classroom. The lead teacher works on the academic school year calendar. The lead teacher demonstrates competency in: • planning curriculum and designing the indoor and outdoor learning environments based upon knowledge of child development, best practice, ECEAP performance standards, Early Achievers, WA State licensing standards, emergent curriculum and individualized instruction. • observing, documenting, and assessing children’s growth and development according to ECEAP performance standards. • implementing and supervising age and developmentally appropriate, culturally sensitive learning activities. • planning and implementing positive guidance strategies designed to meet the individual needs of the children in care; address children’s unmet needs; support positive child outcomes; communicate and partner with the ECEAP family support specialist and child’s family, connecting families to professional resources and services when needed or desired. • building and sustaining warm, responsive, and positive relationships with all children and families so parents feel welcome and invited to engage and participate in classroom activities.
  • Assistant Teacher
    The assistant teacher is directly responsible for assisting the lead teacher in planning and implementing age and developmentally appropriate activities in the ECEAP classroom to ensure all ECEAP performance standards and the individual needs and interests of the children are met so children leave the Volunteers of America ECEAP program ready and prepared for kindergarten. An assistant teacher must be present at all times whenever more than ten children are in attendance to ensure a safe learning environment and to meet ECEAP performance standards. The assistant teacher may assist in the ECEAP kitchen and on the bus as needed or directed. The assistant teacher works during the academic school year.
  • ECEAP Family Support Specialist
    An ECEAP Family Support Specialist provides comprehensive and integrated family support services to families enrolled in the Volunteers of America ECEAP program. The Family Support Specialist maintains flexible hours to provide services when parents are available. ECEAP family support specialists work during the academic school year. The Family Support Specialist demonstrates competency to: • build and sustain healthy, trusting, professional relationships with all families. • identify family strengths and goals; providing support and resources to maximize family success in achieving these goals. • coordinate and integrate family support services. • research and link families to community services as needed and/or desired. • plan and coordinate activities designed to support parent engagement, involvement and leadership.