Current Employment Opportunities

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Provides immediate guidance and direction of all personnel assigned to the center including volunteers and aides.
  • Conducts staff meetings and observations with center staff, to plan, assess and evaluate the center’s on-going goals and objectives.
  • Encourages all parents/families engagement in their child’s development.
  • Continuously collaborates with an interdisciplinary team in collecting and correlating official records and information for reporting evaluations, staff training and transfer.
  • Maintains full and documented inventory of equipment and supplies and is responsible for ordering all center supplies.
  • Ensures Implementation of Head Start performance standards and E.E.C. regulations.
    Implements a plan for ensuring attendance compliance and awareness.
  • Conducts and tracks safety drills in compliance with EEC standards.
  • Supports Individualized Professional Development Plan of center education team.
  • Provide onsite coaching for Head Teachers, Teachers, Teacher Assistants, and Early Head Start / Head Start home visitors using the Practice Based Coaching (PBC) model.
  • Recognize the unique abilities and strengths of individuals while building a trusting, positive, supportive relationship

Physical requirements:

  • Ability to lift/carry up to 40 lbs
  • Ability to maintain full attention at all times when working with children and/or families;
  • Sufficient mobility and strength to repeatedly sit, stand, carry balance, stoop, walk, stretch, bend, reach, kneel, and have full range of body motion;
  • Ability to react and move quickly;
  • Sufficient vision and hearing to perform job duties;
  • Ability to drive/operate a motor vehicle; sufficient manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination to perform job duties.
  • Must have a physical every two years. A physician’s certificate is required. New employees must have proof of TB test within the prior year. Thereafter, employees must have an assessment of TB every year.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field
  • Lead Teacher and Director certified through EEC

Schedule:
Monday – Friday, 35 Hours per week, Minimum 52 weeks per year

Pay Rate:
$30.00 an hour

Excellent Benefit Package:

Health & Dental Insurance

Life & Disability Insurance

Paid Vacation, Sick & Personal Time

Employee Wellness program

Professional Development

To Apply:
Submit resume to: diane.vazquez@cfcinc.org

An Equal Opportunity Employer / Minorities are encouraged to apply

Program Overview: Effectively communicate with clients and contractors in a fast-paced environment while developing positive client and contractor relations.

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Accurate date entry in multiple systems
  • Verify and document eligibility for various programs
  • Answering phones, scheduling and ordering client services as needed
  • Maintain an organized filing system
  • Mailings for client outreach
  • Maintain positive work environment with co-workers
  • Self-motivated and dependable a must

Full Time Position

MS Excel and Word Skills Required

Bilingual Preferred (Portuguese or Spanish)

Other Requirements:

Background check including drug test

Excellent Benefits Package

Equal Opportunity Employer

Please email your resume to : Madeleine Cormier mcormier@cfcinc.org

Full-time Position – 35 hours week
Excellent Benefits Package

Position Overview:
Evaluate heating systems in CFC’s service area for possible repair or replacement and inspect contractor work for program and state code compliance.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions):
Schedule appointments with clients.

Provide in-home client education to all program recipients. Develop detailed and accurate work orders and job specifications taking special care to note all unique problems.

Meet with contractors as needed to discuss the work orders and job specifications for the individual homes.

Mediate contractor disputes to successful resolution. Initiate referrals to other agency programs as appropriate.

Perform a quality control inspection of all work performed to insure all work meets acceptable quality standards and state codes.

Assist in training new HWAP staff and contractors. Occasionally attend out of town conferences and trainings.

Strict adherence to confidentiality policies.

Qualifications & Skills:
Excellent organizational and computer skills.

Knowledge of heating system functions and ability to identify problems with the existing system.

Must be capable of passing all required background checks and drug testing.

Excellent customer service skills and sensitivity to the needs of low-income people.

Valid driver’s license and vehicle required.

Bilingual preferred but not required.

Physical Requirements:
Employee is required to enter and walk/crawl in crawlspaces, basements and attics and any other areas of the home to assess heating system needs. Employee may occasionally be required to perform physical duties such as stand, walk, sit for lengthy periods and reach with arms and stoop. The employee may be required to physically lift up to 25 pounds for files, testing equipment, etc. Use of a ladder may be necessary.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
● Serves as a leader of a collaborative team.
● Encourages all parents/families to engage in their child’s development.
● Ensures implementation of Head Start performance standards and E.E.C.
regulations.
● Implements a plan for ensuring attendance compliance and awareness.
● Screens, evaluates and assesses individual children to determine needs
and individual programming.
● Develops lesson plans to support School Readiness for all children in
collaboration with co-teacher.
● Ensures clear consistent communication and documentation
● Conducts observations throughout classroom routine.
● Facilitates Parent Teacher Conferences, Home Visits and Team Meetings.

Qualifications:
● Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Human
Services or related field
● Lead Teacher certified through EEC
● Experience working with Preschool population
Schedule:
● Monday-Friday 8:00-2:30, 30 Hours Per week
● Minimum 41 weeks per year

Pay rate:
● $18.28 an hour with Associate’s Degree
● $22.09 an hour with Bachelor’s degree
Excellent Benefit Package:
● Health & Dental Insurance
● Life & Disability Insurance
● Paid Vacation, Sick & Personal Time
● Employee Wellness program
● Professional Development

To Apply:
● Submit resume to diane.vazquez@cfcinc.org
● Deadline to apply is 5/26/23

An Equal Opportunity Employer / Minorities are encouraged to apply

Physical requirements:
● Ability to lift/carry up to 40 lbs
● Ability to maintain full attention at all times when working with children and/or
families;
● Sufficient mobility and strength to repeatedly sit, stand, carry balance, stoop,
walk, stretch, bend, reach, kneel, and have full range of body motion;
● Ability to react and move quickly;
● Sufficient vision and hearing to perform job duties;
● Ability to drive/operate a motor vehicle; sufficient manual dexterity and eye-hand
coordination to perform job duties.
● Must have a physical every two years. A physician’s certificate is required. New
employees must have proof of TB test within the prior year. Thereafter, employees
must have an assessment of TB every year.

Position Overview:
Direct care and supervision of school-age children (5-13 yrs of age)
Bus monitoring from school to program center

Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions):
– Directly responsible for the care and teaching of school-age children under the supervision of the supervisory staff
– Complete and submit weekly activity plans
– Execute planned center activities under the direction of the supervisory staff
– Complete monthly anecdotal records and annual reports of enrollees
– Assist in general meal and snack duties
– Bus monitoring duties (Robeson Site)

Requirements & Skills:
18 years of age
High school diploma or GED
6 months experience working in a supervised school-age setting, preferred

Physical Requirements:
While performing duties of this position, the employee may occasionally be required to perform minimal physical duties such as stand, walk, sit for lengthy periods and reach with hands, arms and stoop. Will be required to attend field trips during the summer and vacation months. The employee may occasionally be required to physically lift up to 25 pounds.

Hours:
Monday – Friday 1:30 – 5:30 p.m. (after school)
Full-time (vacations and summer)
Deadline: N/A

Incentive:
Incentive bonus available after 6 months dependent on job classification.

Pay Rate:
$17.64 per hour

Please submit resume to:
Citizens For Citizens, Inc.
427 Robeson Street
Fall River, MA 02720
Attn: Eloise Carrier
eloise.carrier@cfcinc.org

Position Overview:
Direct care and supervision of school-age children (5-13 yrs of age)
Bus monitoring from school to program center

Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions):
– Assist with the direct care of children in group (1:1 or small group)
– Prepare craft and sport supplies for group (only if children are assisting)
– Clean work space (i.e. tables, chairs, floor, chalkboard, etc.) (only if children are participating)
– To participate in group activities, individual student assignments and field trips
– Bus monitoring duties (Robeson Site)
– All other duties assigned at the discretion of the site supervisor

Requirements & Skills:
18 years of age
High school diploma or GED

Physical Requirements:
While performing duties of this position, the employee may occasionally be required to perform minimal physical duties such as stand, walk, sit for lengthy periods and reach with hands, arms and stoop. Will be required to attend field trips during the summer and vacation months. The employee may occasionally be required to physically lift up to 25 pounds.

Hours:
Monday – Friday 1:30 – 5:30 p.m. (after school)
Full-time (vacations and summer)
Deadline: N/A

Incentive:
Incentive bonus available after 6 months dependent on job classification.

Pay Rate:
$17.01 per hour

Please submit resume to:
Citizens For Citizens, Inc.
427 Robeson Street
Fall River, MA 02720
Attn: Eloise Carrier
eloise.carrier@cfcinc.org

Job Title: Site Coordinator Reports to: Director / Site Supervisor

Department: Childcare

Exempt________ Non-Exempt X _____

Position Overview:
Manage and direct children, staff, volunteers and aids in a school age setting.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions):
Directly responsible for managing disciplinary issues when needed and maintain student files and monthly
observations and six month observation reports. Will be responsible to maintain accurate daily attendance
and order supplies needed for daily operation. Employee will be responsible for directing staff meeting
and discuss and manage weekly planning and the execution of center activities and general functioning of
the program. Responsible to manage and oversee snack and meal sessions. Meet on a regular basis to
discuss and review program operations with the Director/School Age Site Supervisor. Employee will
handle and encourage parent contacts and concerns and attend parent meetings when deemed necessary.
Will need the ability to implement school age program goals and objectives in accordance with school age
standards and to implement first aid and health procedures. All other duties will be assessed at the
discretion of the Director/School Age Site Supervisor.

Qualifications & Skills:
Must be at least twenty years of age and meet one of the following education/experience requirements
– Have a bachelor’s degree in elementary education or related field and have six months experience
working with school age children or
– Have an associate’s degree in any field and have 9 months experience working with school age
children or
– Have a high school diploma and have one year experience working with school age children
– Knowledge of sports and arts and crafts activities
– Supervisory experience
– Must have a professional attitude consistent with school age education principles
– Must pass all background checks and fingerprint check
– Twenty hours per week during the school year and up to 35 hours per week during summer and
vacation months
– Meet all bi-annual physical/medical requirements required to EEC and CFC

Physical Requirements:
While performing duties of this position, the employee may occasionally be required to perform
minimal physical duties such as stand, walk, sit for lengthy periods and reach with hands, arms and
stoop. Will be required to attend field trips during the summer and vacation months. The employee
may occasionally be required to physically lift up to 25 pounds.

Please submit resume to:
Citizens For Citizens, Inc.
427 Robeson Street
Fall River, MA 02720
Attn: Eloise Carrier
eloise.carrier@cfcinc.org