Speech And Language Pathologist I
EHS Program Coordinator
The Family, Infant and Preschool Program seeks an energetic professional to provide leadership in coordinating a home-based Early Head Start Program in North Carolina. Individual must be committed to family-centered practice in natural environments.
Job responsibilities include:
Staff support and development, implementing evidence-based practices, involvement in data collection projects, writing supplemental grants, annual reporting to funders, implementing innovative program ideas and presenting at state and national conferences.
Prefer master's degree in early childhood or related field and experience with infants and toddlers and their families. Applicant should have exemplary supervisory and communication skills as well as strong skills in building community relationships, mobilizing parent involvement and promoting the program within the community.
Competitive salary and benefits with annual salary increases, tuition reimbursement, and leadership training provided.
Send resume and letter of interest to the Early Head Start Program Coordinator:
FIPP, J. Iverson Riddle Developmental Center
300 Enola Road, Morganton, NC 28655
Application for Employment
Medical Release for Employment
Second Interview Description
More Information About FIPP
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Interest-Based Child Participation in Everyday Learning Activities
Evidence-Based Definition of Coaching Practices
A Capacity-Building Approach to Parenting Education
Characteristics of a Primary Coach Approach to Teaming in Early Childhood Programs
Checklist for Assessing Adherence to Family-Centered Practices
EHS Supervisor's Manual