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 for a position 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.

 

Early Achievers Coach

Description: The Early Achievers (EA) Coach directly impacts the quality of child care facilities in King County utilizing the statewide Quality Rating and Improvement System (Early Achievers). The Coach role entails providing on-site and distance practice-based coaching to center and home based licensed child care programs serving children ages 0-5, located in King and/or Pierce Counties. Coaches work in partnership with child care center teachers, administrators and/or family child care providers to develop quality improvement goals, model and support best practices in early childhood education and management practices, and support professional development goals. This position will work with providers who are at all levels of the rating process from beginning, to initial rating, and renewal.

Compensation: $47,302 - $59,128 Posting Date: July 11, 2018 Click for full description (pdf)

Early Learning Policy Director

Description: The Early Learning Policy Director is tasked with leading the organization’s public policy advocacy at the local and state levels. This position will focus on leading the organization’s public policy direction and engagement. They are responsible for building relationships directly with stakeholders, building staff skills around effective advocacy and developing collateral materials to educate and support the agency’s policy work. They have direct responsibility for the promotion of quality child care in the community and for developing and managing relationships and contracts. This position represents the specific interests of King and Pierce Counties.

Compensation: $65, 789 - $77,399 Posting Date: July 13, 2018 Click for full description (pdf)

Infant Toddler Coach

Description: The Infant Toddler Coach provides coaching services to infant and toddler teachers of licensed early learning facilities in King County enrolled in Early Achievers, Washington State’s Quality Rating and Improvement System. The goal of coaching services is to decrease expulsions, increase referrals to early intervention services and increase Early Achievers ratings through purposeful and relationship-based coaching. As a result, the role of the Infant/Toddler Coach is dynamic and includes: providing customized coaching to support teachers increase the quality of early learning experiences for infants and toddlers; implementation of the video coaching model, Filming Interactions to Nurture Development (FIND) to promote nurturing and responsive caregiving; and training and consultation to support early learning facilities in implementation of the Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ) to be used as a universal developmental screening tool.

Compensation: $47,302 - $59,128 Posting Date: July 18, 2018 Click for full description (pdf)