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Family Coach – Austin, TX

About Jeremiah Program

Jeremiah Program (JP) offers one of the nation’s most successful strategies for ending the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. Two-generation – or 2Gen — programs uniquely focus on the whole family and achieve long-term, sustainable results. The approach has been proven to achieve significant educational, health and economic benefits for parents, children, and communities.

Jeremiah Program is expanding throughout the country to meet the growing demand for its model. The organization has campuses Austin, TX; Boston, MA; Brooklyn, NY; Fargo, ND; Minneapolis, MN; Rochester, MN; St. Paul, MN.

In Boston, MA and Brooklyn, NY, Jeremiah has introduced an innovative nonresidential model, working with leading organizations to serve mothers and children. Learn more at  Jeremiah Program.

Jeremiah Program was born from Minneapolis community leaders’ compassionate concern for the barriers facing the growing number of low-income single mothers in their community. Partnering with single mothers attending local community colleges, they identified safe and affordable housing, as well as education for both mom and child, as the most important tools for ending intergenerational poverty. Our downtown Minneapolis campus was built in 1998, followed by our St. Paul campus in 2007. With a 21-year history of inspiring post-secondary graduation rates and living-wage employment for single moms, and brighter futures for their children, JP continues to play a critical role in disrupting the impacts of poverty in all communities where we operate, bolstering equity so all families can build well-being and achieve economic prosperity.

 

Core Responsibilities

The Family Coach provides transformative coaching to JP moms seeking to complete higher education, achieve stable employment and fulfilling careers, and secure a path to stable independent housing. Coaches work with a roster of up to 20 families to set and achieve their goals using a coaching model grounded in translating a mom’s strengths to address the challenges she faces, focusing specifically on college persistence and long-term career goals but supporting the needs of moms and families holistically and with care for the multiple roles a mom plays. Coaches meet with moms regularly, hold the primary relationship between moms and JP, track progress, provide additional resources and liaise with other JP staff to ensure a streamlined JP experience. As one of the most critical agents of JP’s two-generation mission, the Family Coach must embody an unrelenting belief in the humanity, power, and capacity of our moms.


Key Responsibilities

Coaching Services

  • Supports up to 20 families to set and meet individual goals, develop, and sustain strong family habits, and persist through key challenges they may face on their path toward education and life outcomes.
  • Develops and maintains strong partnerships with families by cultivating trust, safety, and rigorous goals for
  • Supports moms in identifying and pursuing their educational, professional, and parental goals, ensuring families have opportunities for deep exploration and exposure to a breadth of possibilities as they set their
  • Leads powerful coaching sessions in alignment with the JP coaching framework, consistently facilitating clarity and growth in families, leading to new insights and actions that support moms in managing their priorities.
  • Supports families in navigating programmatic/JP challenges, leveraging the support of the campus Family Services Director and national Campus Support Team as
  • Partners with moms to identify and access resources needed to achieve a fulfilling, financially secure foundation for her family, including access to or success with a college degree, stable housing, meaningful and gainful employment, strong personal and family management skills and other core needs to strong communities and joyful
  • Partners with Student Programming team to provide support and space to reflect on and develop strong, intentional parenting practices in service of their children’s success.

Program Operations

  • Contributes to a strong programmatic experience through supportive, responsive, and meaningful program delivery, communication, and celebration. Includes supporting the Family Services Director with program operations, data management and team
  • Supports and attends cohort events as necessary to reinforce strong cohort culture and sisterhood.
  • Reinforces content from programs such as empowerment, life skills, sisterhood hour,
  • Identifies and helps deliver local programming as needed for families
  • Engages deeply with team, Family Services Director and Campus Support Team to communicate family progress, needs, challenges and programmatic opportunities in service of strong design and delivery of

Progress Management

  • Ensures progress towards goals by applying program policies, protocols, and processes to track participant results and leverage data insights to deliver
  • Tracks confidential family data and coaching session information accurately, consistently and on time to enable real-time data
  • Learns from data analysis to identify opportunities to improve professional practice, better support families and drive program
  • Enables moms to meet their goals and set sustainable foundations for success as future alumni.

Professional Experience/Qualifications

 The Family Coach must believe in and be a passionate advocate for JP’s mission. Coaches will work with moms from a range of background and must be able to engage with deep cultural competence, humility, and commitment to our values. Coaches must be open to professional development, growth, and feedback.

A strong applicant will possess the qualifications:

  • Minimum of two years of effective coaching experience, preferably with coursework or training in life, family, or executive coaching
  • Experience leading and developing trusting relationships with diverse individuals and groups
  • Excellent, culturally competent communication skills
  • A development orientation and track record of seeking professional growth
  • Solutions-focused and resourceful approach to overcoming challenges
  • The ability to work collaboratively with peers and other key stakeholders in person and remotely across local and national teams
  • A deep understanding of the structural inequities that lead to generational poverty
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and data entry skills and an ability to learn new technologies that enable effectiveness in the role
  • Availability on some nights and weekends to deliver occasional local programming
  • BA/BS (Master’s degree preferred) in education, human services, social work, or related field

 

How to Apply

Jeremiah Program is committed to the recruitment, selection, development, and promotion of employees based on individual merit. Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability.

We offer competitive compensation, including employer-paid health and dental, life and disability insurance and generous time off.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online. Please upload a current resume and thoughtful cover letter articulating your interest and fit for the role, including compensation requirements.

Child Development Center Director – Fargo-Moorhead

About Jeremiah Program

Jeremiah Program offers one of the nation’s most successful strategies for ending the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. Two-generation — or 2Gen– programs uniquely focus on the whole family and achieve long-term, sustainable results. The approach has been proven to achieve significant educational, health, and economic benefits for parents, children, and communities.

Jeremiah Program is expanding throughout the country to meet the growing demand for its model. The organization has locations in Minneapolis, MN, St. Paul, MN, Austin, TX, and Fargo, ND, Rochester-SE, MN, Boston, MA, and Brooklyn, NY, and our national office is in Minneapolis. Learn more about our work here.


Job Summary

Directs day-to-day operations of the Child Development Center, creating a relationship rich, data- centered, and achievement-oriented center culture. Maintains the overall health, safety, and growth of children enrolled and ensures that operations reflect the mission, values, vision, and purpose of the child development program. Ensures ratios and manages all licensing requirements to meet compliance standards. In partnership with national Campus Support Team (CST) leaders, leads a coaches a team of educators.


Key Responsibilities CDC Operations

  • Ensure all CDC operations runs smoothy and efficiently and meet all licensing and health and safety requirements.
  • Prepare staff schedules and coordinates communication plan in the event of teacher absences. May serve as a substitute when neeeded.
  • Encourage and track strong attendance from teachers that prioritizes consistency and quality of programming for all children.
  • Develop and manage annual program budget with Executive Director, including balancing operating revenues with staffing ratios, and overall expense management and stewardship of all resources.
  • Collect, record, analyze and report all necessary statistical program data and ensure teachers manage timely, accurate, and confidential entry of data in assigned systems.
  • Leverage available volunteer and partnership resources that support CDC operational needs.
  • Ensure timely and accurate billing to clients, counties and subsidy programs and proactively partner with CST finance and accounting team to manage collections.

Student Achievement

  •  Lead and oversee the center’s instructional and development program.
  • Ensure that every student shows dramatic achievement gains and that the center meets the ambitious performance goals set by center leaders and VP of Student Programming.
  • Analyze data with teachers regularly to maximize student performance.
  • Ensures prescribed assessments are conducted and appropriate follow up conducted with parents.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with parents, coaching CDC staff to ensure a culturally sensitive approach to all activities, and acting as a liaison between parents and CDC staff as needed.
  • Conduct bi-annual screening of CDC participants using the ASQ tool and working in conjunction with teaching staff and parents to develop, implement, and review growth plans.

Team Management

  •  Recruit, onboard and supervise CDC staff, ensuring Student Programming goals and licensing requirements are met.
  • Formally supervise, observe, and evaluate all center staff.
  • Coach and develop all center staff via weekly coaching meetings and classroom observations.
  • Track feedback, data, and progress in tracker for all center staff.
  • Monitor implementation of approved curriculum ensuring teachers have the knowledge, skills and resources needed for successful execution.
  • Partner with Student Programming leadership to ensure the continuous development of team’s knowledge and competencies.
  • Facilitate teaching team meetings to build collaboration and ensure quality service delivery and compliance with the rules and regulations of various applicable laws and regulatory bodies.

Program Leadership

  •  Model JP core values and foster a professional environment that nurtures a positive and inclusive culture across staff and program participants.
  • Collaborates with campus and national CST leaders to provide strategic leadership and develop and implement policies and procedures that further the goals of CDC operations and ensure seamless services for program families.
  • Communicate outcomes and input from participants, staff and volunteers to inform program decisions at the local and national level.
  • Engage in regular communication with Jeremiah moms and campus leaders to ensure program effectiveness.
  • Educates internal and external stakeholders about CDC programs and needs.
  • Develop and maintain productive relationships with program partners and community resources.
  • Keep informed of emerging policy issues and environmental, governmental, and community trends with the potential to affect the CDC.

Professional Experience/Qualifications

  • BA/BS (Master’s degree preferred) in education, human services, social work, or closely-related field
  • Strong instructional, classroom management, and culture building skills
  • Proven track record of leadership: meeting extremely high standards for student achievement and development through the leadership of adults
  • Dynamic team leader with a track record for building strong “adult culture”
  • Excited about the idea of working within a broader network
  • Professional maturity, humility, strong work ethic, sense of humor, and “roll-up-my-sleeves” attitude
  • Excellent culturally competent, clear, compelling and responsive written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to interact effectively with diverse groups and build trusting relationships
  • Knowledge of community resources and ability to leverage those resources for the benefit of the CDC
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and data entry skills and an ability to learn new technologies that enable effectiveness in the role
  • Passion for the Jeremiah Program mission and belief in the role that its early childhood education model plays in fulfilling that mission
  • A development orientation and track record of seeking professional growth
  • Solutions-focused and resourceful approach to overcoming challenges and ensuring success
  • The ability to work collaboratively with peers and other key stakeholders in person and remotely across local and national teams
  • Willingness to aggressively seek and maintain administrative certification
  • Possesses all required certifications and credentials to perform role

 

HOW TO APPLY

Jeremiah Program is committed to the recruitment, selection, development, and promotion of employees based on individual merit. Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, nationality, age, or disability.

We offer competitive compensation including employer-paid health and dental, life and disability insurance, and generous time off.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online.  Please upload a current resume and thoughtful cover letter articulating your interest and fit for the role, including compensation requirements.

 

Talent Acquisition Recruiter

About Jeremiah Program

Jeremiah Program offers one of the nation’s most successful strategies for ending the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. Two-generation — or 2Gen — programs uniquely focus on the whole family and to achieve long-term, sustainable results. The approach has been proven to achieve significant educational, health, and economic benefits for parents, children, and communities.

Jeremiah Program is expanding throughout the country to meet the growing demands for its model. The organization has locations in Minneapolis, MN which is also our national office, St. Paul, MN, Austin, TX, Fargo, ND, Rochester-SE, MN, Boston, MA, and Brooklyn, NY.

Learn more about JP and our work here.


Job Summary

In partnership with the Vice President, Talent & Human Resources, carry out the organization’s recruitment strategy and employer branding efforts. Manage full cycle recruiting across the organization, utilize various sourcing tools and networks to ensure JP attracts a talented and diverse pool of candidates for all positions.

 

Key Responsibilities

Recruitment Process Management

  • Develop talent acquisition workflows, processes, and policies in partnership with the HR team.
  • Maintain the applicant tracking system: ensure functionality is optimized, update recruitment activities consistently, produce reports, and train users on the use of the system. Run Talent & Recruitment related reports such as time to hire, candidate sources, orientation survey results, and others as requested.
  • Design screening questionnaires, exercises, assessments, and other recruitment support tools.
  • Develop and maintain accurate and compliant job descriptions.
  • Maintain library of interview and reference questions to be used by screeners.
  • Recognize unconscious bias and ensure hiring managers maintain fairness throughout the recruitment process.
  • Stay abreast of relevant legislation, recommend compliant processes, and train hiring managers and interviewers on appropriate interview and selection criteria.

Talent Sourcing & Acquisition

  • Schedule new position intake calls with hiring managers to create hiring plans for each search.
  • In collaboration with the hiring manager, review and update job descriptions and identify competencies and qualifications in preparation for search launch.
  • Strategically post positions in a variety of job boards, online networks, and social media to ensure vacancy announcements reach a wide and diverse audience.
  • Review resumes and application materials, assessing applicants’ knowledge, skills, and experience to select a diverse pool of potentially qualified candidates.
  • Conduct interviews and use solid judgment to make talent selection recommendations.
  • Handle interview logistics, coordinating candidate, and interviewer schedules to ensure the recruiting process is progressing appropriately.
  • Support selection decisions, working closely with the hiring manager and the HR team to develop and negotiate offers.
  • Conduct reference checks and liaison with the HR team to ensure a smooth transition of selected candidates from recruitment to onboarding.

Employer Branding

  • Partner with Vice President, Talent & Human Resources, on employer branding efforts, promoting the organization’s reputation and attractiveness as an employer.
  • Develop networks and contacts in sector to build candidate pipelines.
  • Create and maintain a calendar of various Talent & Recruitment events in support of staffing forecast.
  • Develop language for the website’s careers page, prepare collateral for recruitment events, and ensure current benefit summaries and other materials are available to be provided to candidates.
  • Monitor total rewards trends and make recommendations that maintain the organization’s competitive position as an employer.
  • Recommend initiatives that continuously improve organization attractiveness as an employer.

Professional Experience/Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field with a development orientation and track record of seeking professional growth
  • 5+ years in recruitment function, with 2+ years managing talent acquisition in a nonprofit organization with a strong focus on developing diverse candidate pipelines
  • Culturally competent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to interact effectively with diverse groups and build trusting relationships
  • Highly organized with the ability to handle all interview logistics, from search launch to offer negotiation
  • Excellent interview and talent selection skills that enable the organization to make decisions based on qualifications and cultural fit and avoid unconscious bias.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and HRIS, including applicant tracking systems
  • Passion for the Jeremiah Program mission and appreciation of how talent acquisition contributes to the organization’s ability to fulfill its vision and goals
  • Solutions-focused and resourceful approach to overcoming challenges
  • Ability to work collaboratively with peers and other key stakeholders in person and remotely across local and national teams

HOW TO APPLY

Jeremiah Program is committed to the recruitment, selection, development, and promotion of employees based on individual merit. Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, nationality, age, or disability.

We offer competitive compensation including employer-paid health and dental, life and disability insurance and generous time off.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online.  Please upload a current resume and thoughtful cover letter articulating your interest and fit for the role, including compensation requirements.

Child Development Center Infant Teacher – Fargo-Moorhead

About Jeremiah Program

Jeremiah Program (JP) offers proven, successful strategies to disrupt poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. This two-generation approach is unique in its focus on the whole family, positioning JP Moms as the best architects of their own and their children’s futures. With a focus on supporting families, and addressing the structural barriers that keep Americans in poverty, JP consistently achieves long-term, sustainable outcomes showing educational, health, and economic gains for our families and their communities.

Jeremiah Program is a national organization, headquartered in Minneapolis with campuses in Austin, Boston, Brooklyn, Fargo-Moorhead, Minneapolis-St. Paul, and Rochester – SE MN. JP is growing and expanding throughout the nation to meet a growing demand for its antipoverty model. Learn more about JP here.

 

Core Responsibilities

The Infant Teacher is responsible for caring for the youngest children within the Child Development Center, maintaining their overall health, safety and growth while reflecting the Jeremiah mission, encompassing the values, vision, and purpose of the program. Responsibilities include developing the intellectual, emotional, and physical growth of children; ensuring the physical and emotional safety of the center; maintaining records as required by DHS, and collaborating with parents and cross-team members to ensure the growth of children.

While this role will be primarily assigned to the infant room, we staff the center from a holistic perspective therefore from time to time, the selected candidate may be asked to fill in other classrooms as needed.

Jeremiah Program maintains a collaborative team-based work approach where teachers work together to create lesson plans and activities that brings together the strengths of each team member in service of our children.

Teachers work closely and collaborate with the Family Services Team to ensure families are getting all of the support they need.

Our centers provide formula, diapers, and wipes for all children.  Therefore, there is no need to remind parents about bringing these items.

Primary Responsibilities:

Classroom Management

  • Create and maintain a classroom environment that stimulates and is conducive to learning.
  • Maintain accurate and complete files for children as required by DHS (emergency cards, field trip, and conference forms, attendance, CACFP, accident/incident reports, ).
  • Implement, and post cross-cultural, developmentally approved curriculum for children.
  • Maintain order within the classroom, storage areas, changing room, indoor and outdoor play areas, so they are attractive, sanitary, orderly, and in compliance with governing bodies.
  • Manage classroom supplies and materials and report needs to CDC Manager/Director.
  • Understand State Licensing requirements to operate and maintain a childcare program.
  • Serve meals according to USDA/CACFP meal portion guidelines.

Direct Services

  • Develop lesson plans through an approved curriculum to ensure the progress of the entire class. For curriculum requiring notes be kept, assure up to date notes are taken.
  • Develop and maintain positive, respectful relationships with parents, working with them to enhance their child’s education and development and providing resource referrals for parental questions and concerns.
  • Ensure children are supervised at all times in the classroom, hallways, and offsite activities.
  • Demonstrate positive interactions with parents through Family Goal Planning meetings and Parent-Teacher conferences.
  • Encourage and participate in center wide parent involvement initiatives. (e.g., Preschool graduation).
  • Communicate classroom activities daily with parents regarding changes in their child’s development, behavior, and well-being by completing daily written reports.
  • Develop growth plans regarding child’s development and other support resources in collaboration with parents, co-teacher, and the Family Coach when necessary.
  • Administer child assessments using the ASQ tool and Teaching Strategies GOLD ;conduct parent-teacher conferences bi-annually.

Program Support

  • Maintain compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements (e.g., CACFP and state licensing requirements).
  • Always provide and promote healthy boundaries and confidentiality.
  • Leverage volunteers and interns to increase organizational capacity within Child Development Center.

Other Duties as assigned

  • All Jeremiah Program employees are mandated reporters and are legally required to ensure a report is made when abuse or neglect is observed or suspected.

Qualifications:

  • Meet and maintain teacher qualifications and state quality system rating requirements (Required hours vary by state).
  • CPR and First Aid certified (preferred or willingness to obtain within 30 days of hire).
  • Ability to problem solve, multi-task, complete work on time, and work independently.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of current child development practices.
  • Must be able to lift 40 lbs.
  • Proficiency in computer skills, (i.e., Microsoft, SharePoint).
  • Passion for the Jeremiah Program mission and values.

 

How to Apply

Jeremiah Program is committed to the recruitment, selection, development, and promotion of employees based on individual merit. Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability.

We offer competitive salary starting at $17 per hour.  Our compensation includes employer-paid health and dental, life and disability insurance, and generous time off.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online . Please upload a current resume and thoughtful cover letter articulating your interest and fit for the role, including compensation requirements.

Family Recruiter

About Jeremiah Program: Jeremiah Program offers one of the nation’s most successful strategies for disrupting the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. Two-generation — or 2Gen — programs uniquely focus on the whole family and achieve long-term, sustainable results. The approach has been proven to achieve significant educational, health and economic benefits for parents, children and communities.

Jeremiah Program is expanding throughout the country to meet the growing demand for its model. The organization currently has locations in Minneapolis, MN, St. Paul, MN, Austin, TX, and Fargo, ND, Rochester-SE, MN, Boston, MA, and Brooklyn, NY, and our national office is in Minneapolis. We will be expanding to additional geographies over the next several years. Learn more about our work here.

Job Summary: Reporting to the Director of Family Recruitment, Family Recruiters are unapologetic champions for JP’s two-generation mission and are driven to disrupt generational poverty by holding single mothers and their families at the center of holistic, integrated supports. Family Recruiters are responsible for growing the number of families served by coordinating the execution of effective marketing and outreach strategies with campuses and across stakeholders, developing communications across various media to build interest and engagement with prospective families, tracking and reporting progress to recruitment goals, and engaging families through the recruitment and onboarding process. Family recruiters will often serve as the first experience of JP for families and lead many of JP’s efforts to reframe the narrative around single mothers and their children – “You’re already a great mom.  Become a JP mom too.”

Primary Responsibilities:

Recruitment Execution & Strategy Refinement

  • Supports execution of JP-wide year-round recruitment strategy to meet JP-wide and community-specific recruitment goals.
  • With an equity and human-centered lens, implements JP-wide messaging and communication tools, in collaboration with other JP leaders, to highlight unique value proposition and enrollment details
  • Centering in the strength and power of JP moms and families, communicates with program applicants with an asset-based and strengths-oriented lens and high levels of customer service
  • Disseminates messaging directly and with partners through a variety of channels including JP website, print media, radio, social media, texts and emails.
  • Develops turnkey tools and resources collaboratively with campuses to be used locally for outreach to local partners and families and holding recruitment events.
  • Leads conversations and information sessions with families about Jeremiah Program and all aspects of the JP journey.
  • Provides an excellent experience for families and program applicants, often serving as the first impression and shaping the initial experience of JP families as they learn about and onboarding into the JP journey.
  • Manages recruitment tracker, reporting on recruitment funnel and keeps CRM updated and provides updates to team on progress against goals.
  • Continuously identifies ways to improve JP’s recruitment efforts.

Enrollment Experience Management

  • Working with the Director of Recruitment and campuses, centers the design of the application and enrollment process in the high quality, high equity experience of families that will shape the long-term JP experience for families and makes updates accordingly.
  • Partners closely with campuses to positively engage and welcome families to the JP opportunity providing excellent customer services and professionalism.
  • Implements JP-wide process for applying, enrolling and successfully onboarding new Jeremiah Program families.
  • Ensures and maintains the efficient and effective processes, forms, systems, and communication of the holistic recruitment and enrollment process focused on the family experience.
  • Partners with Director of Housing and Operations to engage and support families applying for housing and to ensure an equitable, thoughtful and coordinated process to managing housing requests and waitlist process.
  • Builds and manages CRM to monitor and track pipeline of families and build organized and effective process for engaging and communicating with families.
  • Leverages and analyzes data at all stages to report on attrition and persistence and to identify creative strategies to improve the yield of families at each stage of the recruitment, enrollment and participation process.

Expansion to New Communities

  • Supports the expansion to a new community as needed, serving as a utility player to successfully launch JP in new geographies.

Other Duties as Assigned

  • Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Required Qualifications & Skills

  • Believes unapologetically in the power of JP moms and families and as authors of their futures.
  • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, management, communications or relevant field.
  • Minimum three years of relevant experience.
  • Demonstrated passion for creating equitable systems and world-class educational and developmental experiences.
  • Communicates with asset-based perspective with a high level of customer service and positively engages with a wide variety of individuals from an array of backgrounds and experiences.
  • Detail oriented and attentive to look & feel, data accuracy and well-crafted communication.
  • Self-starter with excellent organizational and project management skills and the ability to perform successfully in a fast-paced setting with quick turnarounds and competing priorities.
  • Excellent communication skills, including ability to draft concise, clear, and direct communications and prepare well-designed, strategic and compelling presentations.
  • Agile and resourceful problem solver who develops creative solutions to improve outcomes.
  • Collaborative and able to build and maintain productive internal and external relationships
  • Results oriented, with strong data analysis to drive action planning.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools, CRM, and adept utilizing and implementing technology solutions.

 

HOW TO APPLY
Jeremiah Program is committed to the recruitment, selection, development, and promotion of employees based on individual merit. Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, nationality, age, or disability.

We offer competitive compensation including employer-paid health and dental, life and disability insurance, and generous time off.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online.  Please upload a current resume and thoughtful cover letter articulating your interest and fit for the role, including compensation requirements.

Individual Giving Manager – East Coast

About Jeremiah Program

Jeremiah Program offers one of the nation’s most successful strategies for disrupting the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. Two-generation — or 2Gen — programs uniquely focus on the whole family and achieve long-term, sustainable results. The approach has been proven to achieve significant educational, health, and economic benefits for parents, children, and communities.

Jeremiah Program is expanding throughout the country to meet the growing demand for its model. The organization currently has locations in Minneapolis, MN, St. Paul, MN, Austin, TX, and Fargo, ND, Rochester-SE, MN, Boston, MA, and Brooklyn, NY, and our national office is in Minneapolis. We will be expanding to additional geographies over the next several years. Learn more about our work here.

JOB SUMMARY

The Individual Giving Manager (IGM) is a critical position that helps execute the vision and growth of the Campus Support Team (CST)  at JP. The IGM is an essential member of the CST development team responsible for stewarding relationships with individuals. Reporting to the Director of Individual Giving (DIG) the IGM be charged with cultivating relationships with a 200 + mid-range donor & prospect portfolio contributing at the $100-$2,000 level. In addition to a focus on stewarding and securing gifts, the IGM will lead acquisition and retention efforts with a focus on first time donor retention.

A competitive applicant will possess a deep commitment to and understanding of current housing, education, early childhood, and all social justice issues intersecting with poverty. Applicants should have prior experience working within a structured and effective development department and bring an entrepreneurial approach both to their career path and development work.

The IGM of the Campus Support Team and will report to our DIG.

 

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES

Donor Relations:

  • Manage a 200+ donor portfolio through high touch engagement including face-to-face visits, email, calls, event participation, and personalized postal correspondence while leveraging and maintaining impeccable database records.
  • Achieve weekly action goals for donor outreach contacts and 1-1 meetings.
  • In conjunction with the Director of Individual Giving (DIG), the Individual Giving Manager serves as a key stakeholder responsible for maintaining and building the individual donor infrastructure in collaboration with and for JP campuses.
  • Lead the prospect research process for CST donors.
  • Assist the DIG in ensuring systems and processes regarding event logistics, prospect research, prospect qualification, and donor stewardship are highly effective.
  • Collaborate and problem solve with Director of Individual Giving and JP campuses to increase acquisition, retention, and renewal of key donors within their portfolios.
  • In collaboration with DIG and team, meet the (2021) annual individual giving fundraising goal of $1M.
  • Partner with DIG to reconcile contributions from individual donors and update projections.

In collaboration with the Team:

  • Collaborate on organization wide and team specific appeals, campaigns, and projects.
  • Lead system upgrades to drive our prospect research and donor cultivation and stewardship efforts.
  • Perform comprehensive ongoing data analysis and evaluation related to all aspects of your individual giving portfolio.
  • Ensure individual giving fundraising activity and interactions are accurately and regularly stored in donor databases and information systems.
  • Assist with special projects org-wide development projects as needed.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

We’re Looking for Someone Who Is:

  • A Relationship Builder – You are genuinely curious about new people and possess strong listening skills. You like learning what motivates people, what inspires their generosity and makes them feel appreciated. You have the ability to initiate, organize and manage projects, and to interface successfully with colleagues in a collaborative approach.
  • Persistent and Optimistic – You are intrinsically motivated and undaunted by ambitious goals. You have the creativity and tenacity to find your way around a “no” answer to a more productive “not right now,” “maybe,” or best yet, “yes.”
  • Exceptional in Communicating Verbally and in Writing –  Demonstrated ability to write and edit persuasive You have excellent presentation and negotiation skills.
  • Intentional – Your working style is about creating order and planning You are a strategic thinker who always has their end goal in sight – asking for and closing gifts. You are skilled at keeping yourself on track with a portfolio of donors and are highly organized.
  • An Organizational Maven – You can manage across multiple work streams and functions, keeping deadlines and managing complexity by simplifying solutions, systems, and processes with clarity and attention to You have the ability to efficiently initiate and complete multiple tasks on time.
  • Adaptable and Flexible – You can handle any curveball, in the face, you expect You can meet deadlines and manage competing priorities. Additionally, you are strategic and have the ability to pivot quickly as priorities shift and the team continues to take shape. You can and are willing to travel if needed.

What You Will Need:

  • You have (6) six years of professional experience, with at least (3) three being in donor related activities within an organization with at least a $2M fundraising goal.
  • You have strong prospect research skills and a proven track record initiating, stewarding, and moving individual gifts to higher levels of support.
  • You have personally been responsible for identifying, stewarding, and securing at least one $5,000 or greater individual gift.
  • You regularly use and deeply value data to drive decision-making and donor centered plans for sustaining and growing your donor base and revenue.
  • You have experience successfully reengaging 10-15% of lapsed donors annually.
  • You have strong prospect research skills and a solid understanding of moves management.
  • You are open to travel up to twice a month or twelve to fifteen trips a year.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Jeremiah Program is committed to the recruitment, selection, development, and promotion of employees based on individual merit. Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, nationality, age, or disability.

We offer competitive compensation including employer-paid health and dental, life and disability insurance, and generous time off.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online.  Please upload a current resume and thoughtful cover letter articulating your interest and fit for the role, including compensation requirements.

Individual Giving Manager – Midwest

About Jeremiah Program

Jeremiah Program offers one of the nation’s most successful strategies for disrupting the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. Two-generation — or 2Gen — programs uniquely focus on the whole family and achieve long-term, sustainable results. The approach has been proven to achieve significant educational, health, and economic benefits for parents, children, and communities.

Jeremiah Program is expanding throughout the country to meet the growing demand for its model. The organization currently has locations in Minneapolis, MN, St. Paul, MN, Austin, TX, and Fargo, ND, Rochester-SE, MN, Boston, MA, and Brooklyn, NY, and our national office is in Minneapolis. We will be expanding to additional geographies over the next several years. Learn more about our work here.

JOB SUMMARY

The Individual Giving Manager (IGM) is a critical position that helps execute the vision and growth of the Campus Support Team (CST)  at JP. The IGM is an essential member of the CST development team responsible for stewarding relationships with individuals. Reporting to the Director of Individual Giving (DIG) the IGM be charged with cultivating relationships with a 200 + mid-range donor & prospect portfolio contributing at the $100-$2,000 level. In addition to a focus on stewarding and securing gifts, the IGM will lead acquisition and retention efforts with a focus on first time donor retention.

A competitive applicant will possess a deep commitment to and understanding of current housing, education, early childhood, and all social justice issues intersecting with poverty. Applicants should have prior experience working within a structured and effective development department and bring an entrepreneurial approach both to their career path and development work.

The IGM of the Campus Support Team and will report to our DIG.

 

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES

Donor Relations:

  • Manage a 200+ donor portfolio through high touch engagement including face-to-face visits, email, calls, event participation, and personalized postal correspondence while leveraging and maintaining impeccable database records.
  • Achieve weekly action goals for donor outreach contacts and 1-1 meetings.
  • In conjunction with the Director of Individual Giving (DIG), the Individual Giving Manager serves as a key stakeholder responsible for maintaining and building the individual donor infrastructure in collaboration with and for JP campuses.
  • Lead the prospect research process for CST donors.
  • Assist the DIG in ensuring systems and processes regarding event logistics, prospect research, prospect qualification, and donor stewardship are highly effective.
  • Collaborate and problem solve with Director of Individual Giving and JP campuses to increase acquisition, retention, and renewal of key donors within their portfolios.
  • In collaboration with DIG and team, meet the (2021) annual individual giving fundraising goal of $1M.
  • Partner with DIG to reconcile contributions from individual donors and update projections.

In collaboration with the Team:

  • Collaborate on organization wide and team specific appeals, campaigns, and projects.
  • Lead system upgrades to drive our prospect research and donor cultivation and stewardship efforts.
  • Perform comprehensive ongoing data analysis and evaluation related to all aspects of your individual giving portfolio.
  • Ensure individual giving fundraising activity and interactions are accurately and regularly stored in donor databases and information systems.
  • Assist with special projects org-wide development projects as needed.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

We’re Looking for Someone Who Is:

  • A Relationship Builder – You are genuinely curious about new people and possess strong listening skills. You like learning what motivates people, what inspires their generosity and makes them feel appreciated. You have the ability to initiate, organize and manage projects, and to interface successfully with colleagues in a collaborative approach.
  • Persistent and Optimistic – You are intrinsically motivated and undaunted by ambitious goals. You have the creativity and tenacity to find your way around a “no” answer to a more productive “not right now,” “maybe,” or best yet, “yes.”
  • Exceptional in Communicating Verbally and in Writing –  Demonstrated ability to write and edit persuasive You have excellent presentation and negotiation skills.
  • Intentional – Your working style is about creating order and planning You are a strategic thinker who always has their end goal in sight – asking for and closing gifts. You are skilled at keeping yourself on track with a portfolio of donors and are highly organized.
  • An Organizational Maven – You can manage across multiple work streams and functions, keeping deadlines and managing complexity by simplifying solutions, systems, and processes with clarity and attention to You have the ability to efficiently initiate and complete multiple tasks on time.
  • Adaptable and Flexible – You can handle any curveball, in the face, you expect You can meet deadlines and manage competing priorities. Additionally, you are strategic and have the ability to pivot quickly as priorities shift and the team continues to take shape. You can and are willing to travel if needed.

What You Will Need:

  • You have (6) six years of professional experience, with at least (3) three being in donor related activities within an organization with at least a $2M fundraising goal.
  • You have strong prospect research skills and a proven track record initiating, stewarding, and moving individual gifts to higher levels of support.
  • You have personally been responsible for identifying, stewarding, and securing at least one $5,000 or greater individual gift.
  • You regularly use and deeply value data to drive decision-making and donor centered plans for sustaining and growing your donor base and revenue.
  • You have experience successfully reengaging 10-15% of lapsed donors annually.
  • You have strong prospect research skills and a solid understanding of moves management.
  • You are open to travel up to twice a month or twelve to fifteen trips a year.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Jeremiah Program is committed to the recruitment, selection, development, and promotion of employees based on individual merit. Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, nationality, age, or disability.

We offer competitive compensation including employer-paid health and dental, life and disability insurance, and generous time off.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online.  Please upload a current resume and thoughtful cover letter articulating your interest and fit for the role, including compensation requirements.

Child Development Center Preschool Teacher – Fargo-Moorhead

About Jeremiah Program

Jeremiah Program (JP) offers proven, successful strategies to disrupt poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. This two-generation approach is unique in its focus on the whole family, positioning JP Moms as the best architects of their own and their children’s futures. With a focus on supporting families, and addressing the structural barriers that keep Americans in poverty, JP consistently achieves long-term, sustainable outcomes showing educational, health, and economic gains for our families and their communities.

Jeremiah Program is a national organization, headquartered in Minneapolis with campuses in Austin, Boston, Brooklyn, Fargo-Moorhead, Minneapolis-St. Paul, and Rochester – SE MN. JP is growing and expanding throughout the nation to meet a growing demand for its antipoverty model. Learn more about JP here.

 

Core Responsibilities

The Preschool teacher is responsible for working with children from approximately 33 months to the time they are kindergarten ready and is responsible for maintaining their overall health, safety and growth while reflecting the Jeremiah mission, encompassing the values, vision, and purpose of the program. Responsibilities include developing the intellectual, emotional, and physical growth of children; ensuring the physical and emotional safety of the center; maintaining records as required by DHS, and collaborating with parents and cross-team members to ensure the growth of children.

While this role will be primarily assigned to the older preschool room, we staff the center from a holistic perspective therefore from time to time, the selected candidate may be asked to fill in other classrooms as needed.

Competitive candidates will help not only children but parents prepare for the start of kindergarten.

We utilize a co-teacher model where both teachers are working collaboratively and are both fully engaged in creating lesson plans and activities for the children that parents can continue with at home.

Teachers work closely and collaborate with the Family Services Team to ensure families are getting all of the support they need.

Competitive candidates will be able to scaffold lesson plans and build on the individual strength of each child and challenge him/her at various levels during the same lesson/activity to keep engagement.

Primary Responsibilities:

Classroom Management

  • Create and maintain a classroom environment that stimulates and is conducive to learning.
  • Maintain accurate and complete files for children as required by DHS (emergency cards, field trip, and conference forms, attendance, CACFP, accident/incident reports, ).
  • Implement, and post cross-cultural, developmentally approved curriculum for children.
  • Maintain order within the classroom, storage areas, changing room, indoor and outdoor play areas, so they are attractive, sanitary, orderly, and in compliance with governing bodies.
  • Manage classroom supplies and materials and report needs to CDC Manager/Director.
  • Understand State Licensing requirements to operate and maintain a childcare program.
  • Serve meals according to USDA/CACFP meal portion guidelines.

Direct Services

  • Develop lesson plans through approved curriculum to ensure the progress of the entire class. For curriculum requiring notes be kept, assure up to date notes are taken.
  • Develop and maintain positive, respectful relationships with parents, working with them to enhance their child’s education and development and providing resource referrals for parental questions and concerns.
  • Ensure children are supervised at all times in the classroom, hallways, and offsite activities.
  • Demonstrate positive interactions with parents through Family Goal Planning meetings and Parent- Teacher conferences.
  • Encourage and participate in center wise parent involvement initiatives. (e.g., Preschool graduation).
  • Communicate classroom activities daily with parents regarding changes in their child’s development, behavior, and well-being by completing daily written reports.
  • Develop growth plans regarding child’s development and other support resources in collaboration with parents, co-teacher, and the Family Coach when necessary.
  • Administer child assessments using the ASQ tool and Teaching Strategies GOLD ;conduct parent-teacher conferences bi-annually.

Program Support

  • Maintain compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements (e.g., CACFP and state licensing requirements).
  • Always provide and promote healthy boundaries and confidentiality.
  • Leverage volunteers and interns to increase organizational capacity within Child Development Center.

Other Duties as assigned

  • All Jeremiah Program employees are mandated reporters and are legally required to ensure a report is made when abuse or neglect is observed or suspected.

Qualifications:

  • Meet and maintain teacher qualifications and state quality system rating requirements (Required hours vary by state).
  • CPR and First Aid certified (preferred or willingness to obtain within 30 days of hire).
  • Ability to problem solve, multi-task, complete work on time, and work independently.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of current child development.
  • Must be able to lift 40.
  • Proficiency in computer skills (i.e., Microsoft, SharePoint).
  • Passion for the Jeremiah Program mission and values.

 

How to Apply

Jeremiah Program is committed to the recruitment, selection, development, and promotion of employees based on individual merit. Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability.

We offer competitive pay starting at $17 per hour.  Our compensation includes employer-paid health and dental, life and disability insurance, and generous time off.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online . Please upload a current resume and thoughtful cover letter articulating your interest and fit for the role, including compensation requirements.

Director of Family Recruitment

About Jeremiah Program: Jeremiah Program offers one of the nation’s most successful strategies for disrupting the cycle of Poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. Two-generation — or 2Gen — programs uniquely focus on the whole family and achieve long-term, sustainable results. The approach has been proven to achieve significant educational, health, and economic benefits for parents, children, and communities.

Jeremiah Program is expanding throughout the country to meet the growing demand for its model. The organization currently has locations in Minneapolis, MN, St. Paul, MN, Austin, TX, and Fargo, ND, Rochester-SE, MN, Boston, MA, and Brooklyn, NY, and our national office is in Minneapolis. We will be expanding to additional geographies over the next several years. Learn more about our work here.

Job Summary: The Director of Family Recruitment is an unapologetic champion for JP’s two-generation mission and is driven to disrupt generational poverty by holding single mothers and their families at the center of holistic, integrated supports.  The Director of Family Recruitment will be responsible for growing the number of families served by developing JP’s recruitment strategy, creatively and relentlessly executing a strategic marketing campaign, managing the experience for families from interest through enrollment and tracking the family pathways, participation and enrollment trends to continually refine JP’s approach for engaging with families.  The Director of Family Recruitment will often serve as the first experience of JP for families and lead many of JP’s efforts to reframe the narrative around single mothers and their children – “You’re already a great mom.  Become a JP mom too.”

Primary Responsibilities:

 Recruitment Strategy & Execution

  • Leads, creates, manages, and directs JP-wide year-round recruitment strategy to meet JP-wide and community-specific recruitment goals.
  • With an equity and human-centered lens, develops and manages JP-wide marketing and recruitment messaging and collateral, in collaboration with other JP leaders, to highlight unique value proposition and enrollment details, centering in the strength and power of JP moms and families.
  • Incorporates programmatic vision, value, and offerings into the recruitment strategy and messaging that speaks to the experience of families, particularly as we expand off campus.
  • Designs and implements a marketing strategy to build awareness for Jeremiah Program and effectively reach prospective families through a variety of channels, including JP website, print media, radio, social media, texts, and emails.
  • Provides an excellent experience for families, often serving as the first impression and shaping the initial experience of JP families as they learn about and onboarding into the JP journey.
  • Develops turnkey tools and resources collaboratively with campuses to be used locally for outreach to local partners and families and holding recruitment events.
  • Oversees recruitment budget allocating dollars towards the most effective strategies and activities to reach and retain JP families from recruitment through graduation.
  • Continuously analyzes the effectiveness of strategies to optimize investments and improve JP’s approach to engaging families.

Enrollment Experience Management

  • Centers the design of the application and enrollment process in the high quality, high equity experience of families that will shape the long-term JP experience for families.
  • Positive engages and welcomes families to the JP opportunity providing and modeling excellent customer services and professionalism.
  • Develops, implements and oversees JP-wide process for applying, enrolling, and successfully onboarding new Jeremiah Program families.
  • Ensures the efficient and effective processes, forms, systems, and communication of the holistic recruitment and enrollment process focused on the family experience.
  • Works closely with JP programmatic leaders to ensure families are fully ready to being their JP experience at the start of JP’s Empowerment & Leadership course and to enroll in JP’s Child Development Centers.
  • Partners with CFO to engage and support families applying for housing and to ensure an equitable, thoughtful and coordinated process to managing housing requests and waitlist process.
  • Builds and manages CRM to monitor and track pipeline of families and build organized and effective process for engaging and communicating with families.
  • Leverages data at all stages to report on attrition and persistence and to identify creative strategies to improve the yield of families at each stage of the recruitment, enrollment, and participation process.

Community and National Partner Engagement

  • Creates and oversees partner engagement strategy in concert with local leaders to build and grow key partnerships such as postsecondary institutions and community-based organizations.
  • Builds and maintains strong national partnership relationships with mission-aligned organizations supporting single-mom led households to achieve their academic, career, and leadership goals.

Expansion to New Communities

  • Establishes community partnerships and relationships with local leaders in new JP communities in the initial stages of expansion prior and while the local team is identified and
  • Contributes to setting family recruitment targets over the first few years in a new community and develops the strategies to achieve those goals.
  • Supports the expansion to a new community as needed, serving as a utility player to successfully launch JP in new geographies.

Other Duties as Assigned

  • Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

 

Required Qualifications & Skills

  • Believes unapologetically in the power of JP moms and families and as authors of their futures
  • Bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) in marketing, management, communications, or relevant field
  • Minimum seven years of relevant experience, including five or more years in marketing, communications, recruitment, enrollment, admissions, customer service, or sales.
  • Demonstrated passion for creating equitable systems and world-class educational and developmental experiences
  • Self-starter with excellent organizational and project management skills and the ability to perform successfully in a fast-paced setting with quick turnarounds and competing priorities
  • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to draft concise, clear, and direct communications and prepare well-designed, strategic, and compelling presentations
  • Customer service oriented with the ability to positively engage with a wide variety of stakeholders and individuals from an array of backgrounds and experiences
  • Agile and resourceful problem solver who develops creative solutions to improve outcomes
  • Collaborative and able to build and maintain productive internal and external relationships
  • Results oriented, with strong data analysis to drive action planning
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools, CRM, and adept utilizing and implementing technology solutions

 

HOW TO APPLY

Jeremiah Program is committed to the recruitment, selection, development, and promotion of employees based on individual merit. Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, nationality, age, or disability.

We offer competitive compensation including employer-paid health and dental, life and disability insurance, and generous time off.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online.  Please upload a current resume and thoughtful cover letter articulating your interest and fit for the role, including compensation requirements.

Child Development Center Infant Teacher – St. Paul, MN

About Jeremiah Program

Jeremiah Program (JP) offers proven, successful strategies to disrupt poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time. This two-generation approach is unique in its focus on the whole family, positioning JP Moms as the best architects of their own and their children’s futures. With a focus on supporting families, and addressing the structural barriers that keep Americans in poverty, JP consistently achieves long-term, sustainable outcomes showing educational, health, and economic gains for our families and their communities.

Jeremiah Program is a national organization, headquartered in Minneapolis with campuses in Austin, Boston, Brooklyn, Fargo-Moorhead, Minneapolis-St. Paul, and Rochester – SE MN. JP is growing and expanding throughout the nation to meet a growing demand for its antipoverty model. Learn more about JP here.

 

Core Responsibilities

The Infant Teacher is responsible for caring for the youngest children within the Child Development Center, maintaining their overall health, safety and growth while reflecting the Jeremiah mission, encompassing the values, vision, and purpose of the program. Responsibilities include developing the intellectual, emotional, and physical growth of children; ensuring the physical and emotional safety of the center; maintaining records as required by DHS, and collaborating with parents and cross-team members to ensure the growth of children.

While this role will be primarily assigned to the infant room, we staff the center from a holistic perspective therefore from time to time, the selected candidate may be asked to fill in other classrooms as needed.

Jeremiah Program maintains a collaborative team-based work approach where teachers work together to create lesson plans and activities that brings together the strengths of each team member in service of our children.

Teachers work closely and collaborate with the Family Services Team to ensure families are getting all of the support they need.

Our centers provide formula, diapers, and wipes for all children.  Therefore, there is no need to remind parents about bringing these items.

Primary Responsibilities:

Classroom Management

  • Create and maintain a classroom environment that stimulates and is conducive to learning.
  • Maintain accurate and complete files for children as required by DHS (emergency cards, field trip, and conference forms, attendance, CACFP, accident/incident reports, ).
  • Implement, and post cross-cultural, developmentally approved curriculum for children.
  • Maintain order within the classroom, storage areas, changing room, indoor and outdoor play areas, so they are attractive, sanitary, orderly, and in compliance with governing bodies.
  • Manage classroom supplies and materials and report needs to CDC Manager/Director.
  • Understand State Licensing requirements to operate and maintain a childcare program.
  • Serve meals according to USDA/CACFP meal portion guidelines.

Direct Services

  • Develop lesson plans through an approved curriculum to ensure the progress of the entire class. For curriculum requiring notes be kept, assure up to date notes are taken.
  • Develop and maintain positive, respectful relationships with parents, working with them to enhance their child’s education and development and providing resource referrals for parental questions and concerns.
  • Ensure children are supervised at all times in the classroom, hallways, and offsite activities.
  • Demonstrate positive interactions with parents through Family Goal Planning meetings and Parent-Teacher conferences.
  • Encourage and participate in center wide parent involvement initiatives. (e.g., Preschool graduation).
  • Communicate classroom activities daily with parents regarding changes in their child’s development, behavior, and well-being by completing daily written reports.
  • Develop growth plans regarding child’s development and other support resources in collaboration with parents, co-teacher, and the Family Coach when necessary.
  • Administer child assessments using the ASQ tool and Teaching Strategies GOLD ;conduct parent-teacher conferences bi-annually.

Program Support

  • Maintain compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements (e.g., CACFP and state licensing requirements).
  • Always provide and promote healthy boundaries and confidentiality.
  • Leverage volunteers and interns to increase organizational capacity within Child Development Center.

Other Duties as assigned

  • All Jeremiah Program employees are mandated reporters and are legally required to ensure a report is made when abuse or neglect is observed or suspected.

Qualifications:

  • Meet and maintain teacher qualifications and state quality system rating requirements (Required hours vary by state).
  • CPR and First Aid certified (preferred or willingness to obtain within 30 days of hire).
  • Ability to problem solve, multi-task, complete work on time, and work independently.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of current child development practices.
  • Must be able to lift 40 lbs.
  • Proficiency in computer skills, (i.e., Microsoft, SharePoint).
  • Passion for the Jeremiah Program mission and values.

 

How to Apply

Jeremiah Program is committed to the recruitment, selection, development, and promotion of employees based on individual merit. Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability.

We offer competitive salary starting at $17 per hour.  Our compensation includes employer-paid health and dental, life and disability insurance, and generous time off.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply online. Please upload a current resume and thoughtful cover letter articulating your interest and fit for the role, including compensation requirements.