Employment Opportunties

Job posting is a benefit for all Florida Head Start Association members. Members wishing to submit a job posting should do so by sending all applicable information (including the application closing date for the position being advertised) to [email protected] NOTE: Job Seekers should NOT send resumes to the FHSA. 


Job Title: Program Nurse - Palm Beach Head Start
Organization: Lutheran Services  Florida

Provides Health Services to children and families.  Assists in the identification, coordination, completion of service and evaluation of health or family problems of enrolled children. Maintains awareness of current health services available in the community and works with physicians and other local health care providers to meet the needs of enrolled children. Responsible for the coordination of health follow-up services to identified children. Documents all health/family services that have been provided. Monitors health records at Head Start and Early Head Start center sites. If applicable to the Program, this includes the Early Head Start Child Care Partnerships Expansion grant.  Participates in the HS/EHS Quality Assurance efforts. 

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Job Title: Executive Director 
Organization: Redlands Christian Migrant Association (RCMA)

The ideal candidate will be unquestionably committed to the RCMA mission, understand and value our organization’s history and respect and build upon our existing organizational culture. To succeed, the new Executive Director will provide opportunities for staff to feel valued, have a voice and contribute to the development of overall organizational strategies that ultimately benefit the children and families we serve. The ideal candidate with also have related nonprofit experience as well as demonstrated ability and high level skills to help us continue implementing RCMA’s strategic goals.  

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Job Title: Budget Manager
Organization: Episcopal Children’s Services

The Budget Manager is a financial planning and analysis professional who will be responsible for leading strategic budgeting initiatives at Episcopal Children’s Services by: developing, implementing and monitoring all organizational program, operating, and capital budgets; analyzing financial results and trends for budgets; developing and administering budget systems; and communicating budgetary issues to the CFO and Director of Finance. 

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Job Title: Chief Revenue Officer
Organization: North Florida Child Development 

North Florida Child Development, Inc. (NFCD) a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Wewahitchka, FL, is seeking an experienced executive with a proven track record of successfully scaling revenue through the start-up phase and beyond. As the Chief Revenue Officer (CRO), you will design, implement and oversee a cohesive revenue enhancement, cost containment, marketing, and successful strategy to maximize existing market opportunities and develop new opportunities for NFCD. The CRO will report to the CEO and will be a senior member of the NFCD leadership team with shared accountability for the overall revenue growth and company culture.

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Job Title: Food Services Coordinator 
Organization: The Agricultural and Labor Program, Inc. Corporate Office – Lake Alfred  

Minimum Credential:  Degree in Home Economics, Food and Nutrition, or related fields and two years of experience in field of nutrition services; or high school and eight (8) years of experience can be substituted in lieu of formal education record.

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Job Title: Office Supervisior 
Organization: The Agricultural and Labor Program, Inc. Corporate Office – Lake Alfred  

A.S. Degree in Office Management/Secretarial Science and two years related experience; or high school and six years experience related to job duties. Data entry, advanced computer skills required. 

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Job Title: Senior Accountant II 
Organization: The Agricultural and Labor Program, Inc. Corporate Office – Lake Alfred  

Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university in accounting and four years of responsible accounting experience, preferably for a not for-profit organization; preferred to have some supervisory experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. 

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Job Title: Cargivers
Organization: The Agricultural and Labor Program, Inc. Frostproof child development center Early Head Start

Applicants must have at a minimum, an AA degree in Early Childhood Education or a National Child Development Associate Credential (CDA) for Infant and Toddlers. 45 DCF Hours are needed for this position. 

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Job Title: Head Start Teacher 
Organization: Mid Florida Community Services, Inc - Head Start of Hernando County 

Responsible for day-to-day operation and management of the classroom. Responsible for guiding and directing the learning experiences for children by providing a developmentally appropriate learning environment.


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Job Title: Social Emotional Specialist
Organization: Episcopal Children’s Services

Ensure that the Child Mental Health (1304.24) Performance Standards are met in Head Start and Early Head Start.

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Job Title: Senior Development Officer
Organization: Episcopal Children’s Services

The Senior Development Director is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the agency’s fundraising including, the major gifts program, annual fund, planned giving, Non-Federal Match (NFM) goals, special events and capital campaigns.  The Senior Development Officer works closely with the CEO, Senior Leadership Team and the Board of Directors in all development and fund raising endeavors. 

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Job Title: Primary Caregiver: Infant/Toddler Teacher 
Organization: Episcopal Children’s Services

Provides a warm, nurturing, stimulating, safe and loving environment where each child has the opportunity to develop language, cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills appropriately.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Education and Development

1. To plan and implement a culturally sensitive educational program that is developmentally appropriate for each child’s age and language.

2. To plan and implement appropriate daily lesson plans, based on the approved curriculum, that promote the cognitive, language, social, emotional, and physical development of children.

3. To conduct ongoing assessment and individualization documentation in a timely manner.

4. To collect, enter, analyze and implement child assessment data.

5. To plan a balanced daily routine that encourages play, exploration, and learning; and which includes teacher-directed and child-directed activities, and inside and outside time. 

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Job Title: Head Start Early Learning Specialist
Organization: Episcopal Children’s Services

The Early Learning Specialist provides training, modeling and curriculum support to ensure that Head Start and Early Head Start classrooms are meeting the highest level of quality.

1. Conduct daily coaching sessions to provide on-site modeling and teacher observations of appropriate early
educational practices and activities at assigned centers that support the ECS Coaching Support model.
2. Model best practices and strategies in all domains of the Head Start Child Outcomes Framework.
3. Follow the Head Start coaching planned content based on teacher need.
4. Develop and provide trainings, as needed, on topics related to early childhood education and development and
CLASS.
5. Establish mentoring relationships with teachers that will result in further improvement of developmentally
appropriate teaching skills.
6. Assist teachers in developing curriculum activities, lesson plans, and routines that produce positive school
readiness outcomes for children.
7. Observe teachers and use reflective feedback principals to improve their performance.
8. Assist in creating literacy-rich, developmentally appropriate, engaging learning environments in assigned centers.
9. Assist the Center Manager and teaching staff, as needed.
10. Communicates both in writing and verbally with teacher and Center Manager about the status of teachers and
classrooms weekly.
11. Assist teachers in collecting and analyzing assessment data.
12. Monitor child portfolios and lesson plans to ensure compliance, timeliness, and quality.
13. Assist in the evaluation of classrooms using CLASS, ITERS, ECERS, and other classroom monitoring tools.
14. Assist with the execution of action plans developed though the assessment process.
15. Document and track all professional development provided and complete certificates to document.
16. Attend required workshops and in-service trainings and keep informed of current trends and new professional
techniques through participating in professional workshops, conferences and seminars and by reading
professional journals and publications, training and workshops/conferences related to early childhood
development to increase knowledge of best practices.
17. Advocate on behalf of Episcopal Children’s Services Head Start/ Early Head Start and children and families
involved in the program.

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Job Title: Community Outreach Coordinator
Organization: Head Start of Volusia County

Responsible for promoting the agency’s vision and mission in the marketplace, building strategic relationships within the community, planning and conducting activities and assuring that Mid Florida Community Services’ (MFCS) early learning programs are well represented in the public eye. Provides staff support to the Director of Early Learning Programs, Deputy Director of Children’s Services and Deputy Director of Program Services.

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Job Title: Pre-Kindergarten Program - Head Start Classroon Manager Assistant
Organization: The School Board of Martin County 

To assist the Associate Classroom Manager in providing a quality and comprehensive early childhood educational experience for the children and families of MCSD Pre-Kindergarten Programs. 

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Job Title: Primary Caregiver
Organization: Episcopal Children’s Services 

The Primary Caregiver provides a warm, nurturing, stimulating, safe and loving environment where each child can develop language, cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills appropriately.

  1. To plan and implement a culturally sensitive educational program that is developmentally appropriate for each child's age and language.
  2. To plan and implement appropriate daily lesson plans, based on the approved curriculum, that promote the cognitive, language, social, emotional, and physical development of children.
  3. To conduct ongoing assessment and individualization documentation in a timely manner.
  4. To collect, enter, analyze and implement child assessment data.
  5. To plan a balanced daily routine that encourages play, exploration, and learning; and which includes teacher-directed and child-directed activities, and inside and outside time.
  6. To provide a developmentally appropriate, stimulating learning environment, which includes adding new and interesting materials each week.
  7. To provide a warm, nurturing, loving and positive environment, using positive guidance techniques and upholding the ECS Discipline policy.
  8. To develop nurturing relationships with each child that encourages his or her social and emotional development.
  9. To maintain all federal, state, local and accreditation standards. (These may include those set forth by NAEYC, APPLE, ECS, DCF and Early Head Start.)
  10. To adjust the classroom routine, activities, and environment to meet the developmental levels of all children in the group including children with special needs, over the course of their enrollment at the center.
  11. Participate in research initiatives pertaining to early child hood education, development, and related topics.
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Job Title: Teacher Floater - Part Time
Organization: Episcopal Children’s Services 

Provides a warm, nurturing, stimulating, safe and loving environment where each child has the opportunity to develop language, cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills appropriately. 

  1. To become the Primary Caregiver/Teacher when a regular classroom teacher is absent and to assist in the classrooms as needed.
  2. To familiarize self with the day’s planned activities.
  3. To implement culturally sensitive educational activities that are developmentally appropriate for each child’s age and language in an individual or small group setting.
  4. To provide a warm, nurturing, loving and positive environment, using positive guidance techniques and upholding the ECS Discipline Policy.
  5. To develop nurturing relationships with each child which encourage his or her social and emotional development.
  6. To maintain all federal, state, local and accreditation standards. (These may include those set forth by NAEYC, APPLE, ECS, DCF and Early Head Start.)
  7. To follow policies and procedures regarding medical and dental emergencies, short-term exclusion of children, and the administration, handling and storing of medications.
  8. To ensure that safe practices are followed to prevent injuries to children or self.
  9. To maintain sanitation and hygiene procedures and participate in the maintenance of the center.
  10. To provide and encourage effective communication and relationships with families so that parents feel comfortable talking to staff about their children.
  11. To encourage parent involvement in all aspects of the program.
  12. To eat with children, encouraging proper eating habits and conversation.
  13. EHS: To follow infants’ individual feeding schedules, and hold infants who cannot sit independently while feeding.
  14. To communicate regularly with other staff in order to better serve children and families, including attending staff meetings, trainings, and sharing information.
  15. To maintain appropriate record keeping, including maintaining children’s portfolios as needed when regular staff are absent.
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Job Title: Primary Care Infant/Toddler Teacher II, III, IV - Leesburg
Organization: Episcopal Children’s Services 

The Primary Caregiver provides a warm, nurturing, stimulating, safe and loving environment where each child can develop language, cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills appropriately.

1. To plan and implement a culturally sensitive educational program that is developmentally appropriate for each child’s age and language.
2. To plan and implement appropriate daily lesson plans, based on the approved curriculum, that promote the cognitive, language, social, emotional, and physical development of children.
3. To conduct ongoing assessment and individualization documentation in a timely manner.
4. To collect, enter, analyze and implement child assessment data.
5. To plan a balanced daily routine that encourages play, exploration, and learning; and which includes teacher-directed and child-directed activities, and inside and outside time.
6. To provide a developmentally appropriate, stimulating learning environment, which includes adding new and interesting materials each week.
7. To provide a warm, nurturing, loving and positive environment, using positive guidance techniques and upholding the ECS Discipline policy.
8. To develop nurturing relationships with each child that encourages his or her social and emotional development. 
9. To maintain all federal, state, local and accreditation standards. (These may include those set forth by NAEYC, APPLE, ECS, DCF and Early Head Start.) 
10. To adjust the classroom routine, activities, and environment to meet the developmental levels of all children in the group including children with special needs, over the course of their enrollment at the center. 
11. Participate in research initiatives pertaining to early child hood education, development, and related topics.

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Job Title:  Primary Care Infant/Toddler Teacher II, III, IV  - Ocala
Organization: Episcopal Children’s Services 

The Primary Caregiver provides a warm, nurturing, stimulating, safe and loving environment where each child can develop language, cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills appropriately. 

1. To plan and implement a culturally sensitive educational program that is developmentally appropriate for each child’s age and language. 
2. To plan and implement appropriate daily lesson plans, based on the approved curriculum, that promote the cognitive, language, social, emotional, and physical development of children. 
3. To conduct ongoing assessment and individualization documentation in a timely manner.
4. To collect, enter, analyze and implement child assessment data.
5. To plan a balanced daily routine that encourages play, exploration, and learning; and which includes teacher-directed and child-directed activities, and inside and outside time.
6. To provide a developmentally appropriate, stimulating learning environment, which includes adding new and interesting materials each week.
7. To provide a warm, nurturing, loving and positive environment, using positive guidance techniques and upholding the ECS Discipline policy.
8. To develop nurturing relationships with each child that encourages his or her social and emotional development.
9. To maintain all federal, state, local and accreditation standards. (These may include those set forth by NAEYC, APPLE, ECS, DCF and Early Head Start.)
10. To adjust the classroom routine, activities, and environment to meet the developmental levels of all children in the group including children with special needs, over the course of their enrollment at the center.
11. Participate in research initiatives pertaining to early child hood education, development, and related topics.

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