Early Childhood Alliance Coordinator

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Lead a community-wide initiative which advocates to ensure that all children in Summit County have sufficient opportunities in the years up through age three to thrive, learn, and grow into participating, contributing members of our community. Primary responsibility is to coordinate and convene the activities of the Early Childhood Alliance (“the Alliance”), working collaboratively to plan and implement activities aimed at improving outcomes for children. This position will be physically based at PC Tots Too, an extended day, high-quality early childcare and learning center located in Park City, Utah. This position will report to the Executive Director of PC Tots, and liaise with Park City Community Foundation.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

● Ensure that the Alliance partnership creates appropriate goals, action plans, and measures of success. Continue to evolve the draft strategic plan.

● Facilitate the Alliance in identifying specific interventions that serve our community’s early-childhood-related needs.

● Support committee chairs and the overall Alliance chair in coordinating, attending, and participating in meetings; communicate meeting times, agendas, accomplishments, and assigned tasks.

● Assist the partnership and its committee members to create and facilitate volunteer recruitment plans, encourage attendance, and meet with the membership periodically outside of partnership meetings, as deemed necessary; maintain a list of active members and member organizations; ensure that each committee has an assigned chair and secretary.

● Lead community outreach and public relations related to the Alliance; participate in community activities as a representative of the partnership, as appropriate; coordinate and arrange trainings; use agreed-upon data systems for reporting.

● Lead advocacy efforts with public officials and policy decision makers.

● Provide technical assistance to all committees and the Alliance to work effectively toward intended outcomes.

● Assist the funding committee in securing additional funds for proposed services and to sustain current funding.

● Attend local collaborative meetings, provider coordination meetings, and other local service-based meetings to increase visibility and increase interest in the Alliance as necessary; inform and educate potential partners throughout the county about the partnership process and potential value of participation; receive and disseminate information from partner organizations and outside sources.

● Assist the partnership in advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in its process, activities, and outcomes.

● Ensure participation in relevant regional meetings as well as on statewide workgroups as requested.

● Ensure regular progress updates (at least annually) to the community and other stakeholders.

● Attend trainings (which may require occasional travel) that build skills, knowledge, and/or connections around coalition building and early childhood.

● Perform related duties as required.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university, and

  • Four years’ experience in convening and managing community coalitions involving targeted outcomes;

  • OR

  • An equivalent combination of education and experience.

Ability to:

● Communicate effectively, verbally and in writing;

● Develop effective working relationships with supervisors, fellow employees, elected officials, Alliance members, business owners, donors/funders, and the public;

● Conduct presentations for diverse communities and potential supporters;

● Work effectively in a cross-cultural environment, ensuring all segments of the community have a voice and have their needs and opportunities considered;

● Independently manage work assignments in a high interpersonal contact environment;

● Build a coalition of community-wide partners to achieve population-level outcomes;

● Recruit, engage, organize, and lead volunteers on behalf of the mission of the initiative;

● Conduct work in a professional manner and maintain a positive attitude in the midst of change.

Position open until filled.

Salary Range: $70K-$80K

Please email a cover letter and resume to swiest@pctots.org.

For more information on the Early Childhood Alliance, please visit: https://parkcitycf.org/earlychildhood/


Infant Assistant Teacher:

At PC Tots we want to make sure our kids feel safe and loved at all times. This will help them learn and grow the best way they can.

To do this we are looking for an infant assistant teacher who is:

  • A warm and welcoming personality, comfortable with a diverse school population of children and families (age, economic means, family stability)

  • Develop a positive relationship with each child and promote the development of self-esteem and self-discipline

  • Able to implement the daily program of activities based on principles of child development and in accordance with the program’s curriculum

  • Establish a positive relationship with each child’s family and share information about the child’s day at the Center

  • Perform other duties as required or assigned

  • A passion for children and a willingness to help provide quality early learning experiences for young children to promote their overall developmental well being.

Our teachers are responsible for assisting in the development and implementing a program of activities that promotes the social, emotional and physical development of each child enrolled in the class. The duties and responsibilities will be carried out under the direction of the Lead Teacher or program supervisor. All teachers are responsible for the health, safety and supervision of each child in the classroom group.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $13.00 to $15.00 /hour

Please send a cover letter and resume to bhasson@pctots.org


Floating Teacher:

Our teachers are responsible for developing and implementing a program of activities that promotes the social, emotional and physical development of each child enrolled in the class. All teachers are responsible for the health, safety and supervision of each child in the classroom group.

We are looking for a floating teacher who is:

  • A warm and welcoming personality, comfortable with a diverse school population of children and families (age, economic means, family stability)

  • Develop a positive relationship with each child and promote the development of self-esteem and self-discipline

  • Able to implement the daily program of activities based on principles of child development and in accordance with the program’s curriculum

  • Establish a positive relationship with each child’s family and share information about the child’s day at the Center

  • Perform other duties as required or assigned

  • A declared passion for children and a willingness to help provide quality early learning experiences for young children to promote their overall developmental well being.

Qualifications:

  • Must demonstrate experience and interest in working with young children, parents, and volunteers.

  • Must demonstrate success in working as a member of a team.

  • Must have effective and strong communication skills (orally and written).

  • Must demonstrate the ability to work well with young children.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $14.00 to $16.00 /hour

Please send a cover letter and resume to bhasson@pctots.org