Family Child Care Home Monitor
Clarendon is seeking a dependable, self-starting, motivated person with exceptional people skills to conduct home monitoring visits and meal service reviews to a diverse group of Family Child Care Educators. The Home Monitor will conduct home visits to licensed Family Child Care Educators and will also conduct meal reviews for the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). The Home Monitor will provide oversight in the areas of regulatory compliance, health and safety of young children, program accountability and nutrition integrity. Responsibilities will include enrolling children in licensed family child care homes and tracking their progress and development throughout their time in care. Duties also include attending monthly professional development trainings for early child care professionals and assisting them with EEC required Professional Development and Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) activities. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.
- Conduct monthly home monitoring visits to Family Child Care Homes
- Perform mandatory onsite meal service reviews at a minimum of three (3) times annually
- Refer and enroll children in affiliated FCC programs based on child/family needs and individual educator’s programming.
- Assist Training Director with professional development trainings and work directly with educators on CQIP professional development and program planning (some nights and weekends required)
- Provide technical assistance with program policy and regulations, progress reporting and curriculum development
- Support affiliated FFC educators in all aspects of their business development.
- Maintain knowledge of current DEEC and CACFP regulations through ongoing staff meetings
- Represent the agency in community outreach activities
- All other supports services to educators and families related to the placement and continuity of care of children enrolled via agency subsidized childcare options.
- Education: Associates preferred in Early Childhood Education/human services or related field. Early childhood teaching certification or CDA certification may be substituted with two years of equivalent experience.
- Knowledge of MA Department of Early Education and Care Family Child Care regulations and Child and Adult Care Food Program guidelines.
- Candidate must have the ability to grasp, interpret and enforce state and federal regulatory guidelines.
- Bi-lingual Spanish/English is a must.
- Must have excellent observation and written skills in English and Spanish.
- Prior Experience with Department of Early Education and Care licensing regulations and CACFP policies preferred.
- Strong organizational and communication skills and ability to self-direct a must
- Proficient in Microsoft Office
- Must have a valid driver’s license and a reliable vehicle and be willing to serve homes in the Greater Boston area.
Please direct resumes to Deborah Buono at firstname.lastname@example.org