FCCP Specialist

MAAC - Vista, CA

Under direct supervision, the incumbent plans, develops, implements and monitors program operations for assigned Family Child Care Provider (FCCP) homes; coordinates and participates in activities of parent committees; compiles and submits FCCP site reports; coordinates and participates in FCCP network meetings activities.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/CERTIFICATION

  • Baccalaureate degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or a related field
  • Twenty-four (24) semester units in Child Development, including twelve (12) CORE units, six (6) Infant Toddler units, and three (3) units in administration or staff relations
  • Two (2) years of increasingly responsible experience in a Head Start or Child Development program
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point and databases such as ChildPlus
  • Experience working with State and Federal regulated Child Development Programs highly desirable
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) skills speaking, reading, and writing is preferred

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How to Apply

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Contact Info

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Job Details

Category: Program Support

Type: FT

Location: Vista, CA

Salary: 20.80 - 24.73

Posted On: February 26th, 2021

Agency Details

Website: https://www.maacproject.org

A tradition of serving the community. MAAC was founded upon a vision to provide a place where local families in need could find the means to self-sufficiency.

Together, members from the San Diego Chapter of the GI Forum, Hermandad Mexicana, Laborer’s Local #89, Association of Mexican-American Educators, and the Council of Latin American Clubs, along with other leaders of San Diego’s Mexican American community turned their vision into reality and founded the Metropolitan Area Advisory Committee on Anti-Poverty.

Today, hunger and poverty continue to be crises in our communities. Demands of daily life and unexpected events can easily push families below the poverty level. And our nation’s current economic crisis has deeply affected even more families, creating a new face of poverty in our communities. For generations, MAAC has responded to these challenges by evolving its programs to meet the needs of the community. Our work is made possible by a number of factors: a strong commitment to those whom we serve, dedicated staff, compassionate volunteers, the creativity to deliver services matching needs in times of scarce resources, and donors who recognize the essential value of MAAC’s service to our community.