Careers at Child Care Resources

All of us at Child Care Resources are committed to providing children with the best possible start to life, as well as providing the training and support that Early Learning Professionals need.

CCR is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity among our staff. We strongly encourage people of color, people who speak a second language, and people with disabilities to apply.

To find information about Child Care Resources' employee benefits, click here. To apply please email us your resume, cover letter and the email address of two supervisory references and two other professional references.

If you are a provider and looking for a job in child care, visit our child care job postings page.

 

Bilingual Family Resource Center Specialist

Description: The Child Care Aware of Washington Family Resource Center is a call center operated by Child Care Resources that connects caregivers from across the state (parents, guardians, case managers) with high quality early learning opportunities for the children in their care. Each week, as part of the eight-person call center team, the Family Resource Center Specialist helps dozens of families find the right early learning setting for their children. This position can be based out of either Child Care Resources’ office in Seattle or Tacoma and requires some travel to CCR’s office in Kent.

Compensation: $38,892-$48,615 Posting Date: January 29, 2020 Click for full description (pdf)

Family Engagement Specialist

Description: The Mt. Baker Family Resource Center (FRC) is an innovative project on the ground floor of a newly constructed affordable family housing complex adjacent to the Mt. Baker Light Rail Station. The FRC will offer a one-stop resource hub to support families in the community. Lead service partners include Mary’s Place, Child Care Resources, Refugee Women’s Alliance (ReWA), and Mercy Housing. The Mt. Baker Family Engagement Specialist will be the CCR staff person assigned to the FRC and will work in collaboration with professionals from the three partner agencies. Mt. Baker Family Engagement Specialist: Child Care Resources is looking for a motivated, self-starting, creative problem solver passionate about connecting families to child care and early learning opportunities for their children. The Family Engagement Specialist will work closely with the Homeless Child Care team at Child Care Resources and the team of partner agencies at the FRC as they provide culturally relevant and inclusive child care and early learning navigation services to families accessing the center. The Mt. Baker Family Engagement Specialist is a member of the CCR Family Services Department and reports to the Homeless Child Care Subsidy Program Manager. This position will be based primarily at the Mt. Baker Family Resource Center in Seattle. This position requires frequent travel to CCR’s Seattle office and occasional travel to Kent.

Compensation: $45,931 - $54,036 Posting Date: January 8, 2020 Click for full description (pdf)

Early Achievers Coach

Description: Nature & Scope: The EA Coach is a member of the Provider Services team and reports to an assigned Coach Lead Supervisor.

Compensation: $47,302-$59,128 Posting Date: February 4, 2020 Click for full description (pdf)

Chief Executive Officer

Description: At CCR we know that thriving communities start with our children! High-quality, accessible, and affordable child care strengthens communities by nurturing infants and children during the most critical years of their brain development, supporting working families, and bolstering our economy. Quality child care contributes to increased school readiness, graduation rates, earning potential, and the overall health and success of the children who experience it. Child Care Resources works with families, child care providers, and communities to improve the quality of early childhood care in our region and to improve outcomes for kids of all races, backgrounds, and income levels. If you share our commitment to children, families, and child care providers, and if you are an experienced leader with a strong equity lens who is undaunted by the challenge of leading a large and complex organization in a shifting political and economic landscape, this could be the role for you.

Compensation: $165,000-$195,000 Posting Date: February 6, 2020 Click for full description (pdf)