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Jasmin Child Care & Preschool is currently looking to fill our full and part-time positions working in our infant classroom

If interested contact Amy Nash alnash@jasminchildcare.org

Amy L. Nash

Assistant Director

701-799-3910 (cell)

Job Description

Jasmin Child Care & Preschool is currently looking to fill our full and part-time positions working in our infant classroom. We are looking for individuals who are reliable, responsible, outgoing and have a passion for caring for children. We are also looking for someone who has experience and/or interest in working with children of diverse cultures and preferably multilingual.

Our mission is to eliminate educational disparities and promote early childhood education for children.

POSITION PURPOSE

Responsible for supervision, management, and planning for 2-5 age preschool classrooms.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

·         Maintain written records designed to evaluate each individual child.

·         Promote and nurture parent-child bonding and relationships.

·         Greet infants and their parents warmly and with enthusiasm each morning.

·         Initiate classroom activities daily (sing-a-longs, art projects, sensory exploration, stimulation).

·         Provide daily care individually to each infant, including but not limited to diapering ever 2 hours and feeding on demand.

·         Observe children to detect signs of illness, injury, abuse, neglect, emotional disturbance, or other special needs, and report these signs immediately to the Director.

·         Use equipment and supplies safely and conscientiously, keeping physical environment Clean and orderly.

·         Maintain confidentiality of child and family information at all times.

·         Contribute to the operation of the center by participating in staff meetings and sharing information gained through attendance at workshops and professional reading.

·         Work as a member of a team to ensure continuity and a high standard of quality in all classrooms in the center.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND ABILITIES

·         Have a warm, friendly personality, be sensitive to the feelings and needs of others, can relate well with children, and be willing to fulfill job responsibilities in accordance with the program philosophy.

·         Must be able to maintain a professional attitude towards children, the families, and the staff always, and be able to communicate professionally and openly.

·         Must be a model, demonstrating the kinds of values, attitudes, expectations, beliefs, and choices that make our organization excellent.

·         Child CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and First Aid certifications are preferred or will to be trained within 30 days of employment

·         Must be of good mental and physical health, capable of mature judgment, and possess knowledge and experience in management, and interpersonal relationships.

·         Must be willing to certify attendance of 6-13 hours of approved training related to child care annually.

·         Minimum of High School Diploma or GED

·         Minimum 1-year experience

Preferred Skills & Abilities

·         Speak one or more languages in addition to English

·         Have experience working with diverse communities

·         Associates or higher

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $9.00 to $10.00 /hour

Job Description

Jasmin Child Care & Preschool is currently looking to fill our full and part-time positions working in our toddler and preschool classroom. We are looking for individuals who are reliable, responsible, outgoing and have a passion for caring for children. We are also looking for someone who has experience and/or interest in working with children of diverse cultures and preferably multilingual.

Our mission is to eliminate educational disparities and promote early childhood education for children.

POSITION PURPOSE

Responsible for supervision, management, and planning for 2-5 age preschool classrooms.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

·         Plan, prepare and implement a curriculum that is appropriate for the age level, skill and social development of the group of children served.

·         Design activities to promote healthy emotional, social, cognitive, physical and growth of each child.

·         Supervise and interact with the children in your area of the program, being sure to respond appropriately to children’s behaviors, needs, and problems.

·         Attend all staff meetings and recommended training programs and conferences.

·         Perform any related assigned duties.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND ABILITIES

·         A Child Development Associate (CDA) credential OR an Associate's Degree OR higher in a directly related field;

·         Have a warm, friendly personality, be sensitive to the feelings and needs of others, can relate well to children, and be willing to fulfill job responsibilities in accordance with the program philosophy.

·         Child CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and First Aid certifications are preferred or will to be trained within 30 days of employment

·         Must be of good mental and physical health, capable of mature judgment, and possess knowledge and experience in management, and interpersonal relationships.

·         Must be willing to certify attendance of 6-13 hours of approved training related to child care annually.

·         Minimum 1-year experience

Preferred Skills & Abilities

·         Speak one or more languages in addition to English

·         Have experience working with diverse communities

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $10.00 to $13.00 /hour

Family seeking nanny/childcare

Family seeking nanny/childcare 

Pay Rate: 10.00

Hours Per Week: 35+

Location: off-campus

 

Our family is looking for someone to come into our Moorhead home (close to Concordia’s campus) and care for our 3 year-old daughter. We are seeking someone for approximately 35 hours a week over the summer, with flexibility based on your schedule. Ideally, the selected candidate will be available to begin work the week of July 1 and work through the summer, and then stay with us on a part-time basis through the upcoming school year. We are pregnant and will have an infant arriving in October, so we are looking for someone who is interested in caring for two children, along with an increase in pay at that time. This is an exciting time for us and we are hopeful we will find someone who is looking forward to being a part of those changes!

The ideal candidate has previous experience with infant and toddler care, may be CPR/First Aid certified, is consistent and reliable, can self-direct their work, and has the energy and creativity to engage with a bright and enthusiastic little girl! 

 

Please email bestlifefp@gmail.com or call 701-306-6841 if you are interested or have questions. We may ask you to submit a basic resume and two personal/professional references.

 

Interviews will begin immediately, with the successful candidate identified ASAP.

Fair Housing Specialist: Enforcement (Testing Coordinator)

Fair Housing Specialist: Enforcement

Emphasis on Fair Lending

(Testing Coordinator)

High Plains Fair Housing Center is a non-profit organization with the mission to strengthen communities and to ensure equal access to fair housing in the region through training, education, enforcement, and advocacy. 

Position Description: The Fair Housing Specialist is primarily responsible for administering the agency’s testing focusing on lending program (secret shopping) as well as advocating for home seekers who have experienced housing discrimination.

The responsibilities of the Fair Housing Specialist include but are not limited to:

Tester Recruitment:

·         Conduct community outreach and related strategies to provide information about fair housing rights, gain support for the project and recruit fair housing testers

·         Set up and conduct tester trainings utilizing approved methodologies for testing housing discrimination complaints

·         Coordinate tester schedules to ensure availability to complete assignments

·         Develop and implement initiatives that engage and otherwise encourage tester retention

Test Coordination:

· Develop and investigate individual and systemic cases of lending and rental discrimination and coordinate systemic and complaint-based tests

· Maintain detailed case records; prepare and present accurate and reliable summaries of findings, recommendations and relevant statistical data

· Work with staff to enhance responses to discrimination complaints

 

Additional Responsibilities:

· Conduct intake of suspected cases of housing discrimination; advise clients on housing rights and make appropriate referrals

· Keep informed of developments in federal, state and local housing laws, regulations, guidelines, court cases and research

 · Conduct community based education and outreach activities for target geographic areas or constituencies, as defined by annual goals through the Executive Director

·         Share in organizational development and administrative tasks

·         Other projects as determined by the Executive Director

·         Travel within North Dakota- 2-3 times per month

Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s Degree (BA or BS), advanced degree preferred. Experience in community organizing, volunteer coordination, fair housing or housing advocacy preferred.

· Organized

· Passionate commitment to civil rights and ending discrimination

· Outstanding project management skills; ability to set priorities, manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines

· Thorough case preparation and record-keeping for reporting to government and other entities

· Ability to operate a personal computer using standard or customized software applications appropriate to assigned tasks, conduct research via the Internet

· Experience in working effectively and respectfully with individuals from diverse backgrounds; skill in dealing with confidential and sensitive issues

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills; proven effectiveness with facilitation and training for varied audiences

 · Ability to work independently and to support team efforts

· Available to work some evenings, weekends, travel within North Dakota is required.

 

If you believe you meet the qualifications and are interested, please send cover letter and resume to michelle@highplainsfhc.org.

This is a one-year grant-funded position with competitive salary and benefits package; it also requires a Federal Background Check.

 Position open until filled. High Plains is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, committed to promoting diversity in the workplace.

Must have reliable transportation

· Bilingual English/Spanish preferred, but not required

This is a one year grant funded position that may be renewed.


AASK Adoption Worker

Belcourt, ND:  AASK Adoption Worker (Employed by PATH ND, Inc.)
o   Apply by going to: www.nexus.jobs§  Search “AASK Turtle Mountain Worker”

Bismarck, ND: AASK Adoption Worker (Employed by Catholic Charities ND)o   Apply by going to:  https://www.catholiccharitiesnd.org/about-us/employment/

 Wendy’s Wonderful Kids Recruiter (Employed by Catholic Charities ND) o   Apply by going to: https://www.catholiccharitiesnd.org/about-us/employment/

 Devils Lake, ND: AASK Adoption Worker (Employed by Catholic Charities ND)o   Apply by going to: https://www.catholiccharitiesnd.org/about-us/employment/

 Grand Forks, ND:  AASK ND Post Adopt Coordinator (Employed by PATH ND, Inc.)o   Apply by going to: www.nexus.jobs§  Search “AASK Post Adoption Coordinator”

Tutor/Nanny Summer 2019

Hello!  We are looking for a tutor/nanny over the summer at our home.  We have 4 children:  daughters are 11, 10, and 9 years old; son is 6 years old.  We are looking for 3-4 days per week, with 2-3 weeks off throughout the summer.  We live in Oxbow, allowing you full access to the pool and park which is just a few houses away.  Our kids love to be outside and busy doing crafts and experiments.  I will also have summer curriculum books for them and would love for you to spend some time tutoring and gaining experience from that.  I am an Elementary Education alumni and would be so happy to help out another education major looking for a summer job!  Please email me at brummie21@gmail.com or feel free to call/text me at (701)367-9836.  Thank you and looking forward to hearing from you!  - Amie Ressler

Hmong College Prep Academy Job Fair Twin Cities

You are invited to our annual Hmong College Prep Academy Job Fair. Learn why we are the fastest growing K-12 Charter School in the Twin Cities.  

Dates:  Friday, May 3 or Thursday, May 23, 2019

Time:  11 AM - 1 PM

Location:  1515 Brewster St., St. Paul, MN 

Meet our teachers, tour the school and enjoy a lunch prepared by our very own Chef Jeff.

Please RSVP via the link below by:

• Monday, April 29 for the May 3 event 

• Monday, May 20 for the May 23 event.  

HCPA Job Fair Registration Form

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Lisa Bonko email

We look forward to meeting you!

 Lisa Bonko
HCPA Marketing and Special Projects

 P.S.  Register today - Space is limited!

Looking for a nanny/sitter

Looking for a nanny/sitter who would like to watch 2 children, 3.5 and 2 years old. Text or call Emily @  701-541-9296. 

 

Summer employment at Grace Lutheran School, Fargo, North Dakota

Grace Lutheran School is looking for Education students who would like to further their learning opportunities by helping Children ages 4-12 at Camp Grace this summer.

We are in need of small group leaders, recreation leaders, guitar player(s) helpers for childcare, Craft leaders and substitute leaders to cover for sickness and vacations.  (Subs may not work as many hours)

Program runs May 28 to Aug. 16, with set up and take down duties before and after camp starts/ends. We also will have two training sessions one before camp starts and one session in June. (To evaluate and re-adjust our procedures for the summer)

There are two shifts each day beginning at 7:15 to 12:30 and 12:30 to 6 pm.

Assistant teachers will need fingerprints and a background check in the state of North Dakota and need approximately 13 hours of online training from Growing Futures. You will also need to fill out several forms for working here, the state of North Dakota and to be paid.

Depending on your experiences you may earn $ 9.00 to $10.50 an hour and work up to 25 hours per week.

Thursday July 4th is off and you can get one week of vacation (5 consecutive days) determined with the other staff in mind.

Camp Grace is a full day camp style service to school aged children in the Fargo/ Moorhead area hosted by Grace Lutheran School at 1025 14th Ave. south – Fargo North Dakota.

Contact Mr. John Hagge @ 701-232-7747 or jhagge@gracels.com between 8am and 4pm Monday through Friday to fill out an application, sent to you, and set up an interview right away.

 

Do you enjoy working with people? Are you looking for a part-time position that allows you to make a difference in the lives of others? 

We are currently hiring home care providers in your area to support adults and children with disabilities in their homes and in the community. Starting pay for our Direct Support Professionals is $14.00 an hour depending on experience.  Hours are flexible and ALL training is provided. 

If you are interested in a rewarding job opportunity with the Easterseals Goodwill ND, Inc. team, please complete our online application and click "Submit" at the bottom of the form when finished.

Find the application for your location at www.esgwnd.org/jobopenings

Luther Memorial Home - LSW Position Mayville ND

For more information

Needed: Male volunteer to be a positive role model to work with a young male with a disability

The Volunteer Network here at NDSU has been contacted in search for a male volunteer to be a positive role model to work with a young male with a disability. The volunteer must be a male and available in the area over the summer, they would help the individual with community based social experiences but would not have to provide transportation.

 If you have a volunteer interested please contact Paula Short at paulas@freedomrc.org

 

Director for Tiny Tornadoes

Under the supervision of the Tiny Tornadoes Board of Directors, this position oversees the operations of all of the Tiny Tornadoes Daycare Center day-to-day operations.Job description

I have some fantastic employment and internship opportunities for your students!  

I work for a non-profit organization called True Friends. I am really passionate about the work we do.  We provide innovative and adaptive programming for youth and adults with disabilities at our four camps located around Minnesota. We also offer: year-round respite services, therapeutic horseback riding, high ropes courses, hospitality services, and more! 

We are looking for: cabin counselors, direct-service professionals, leadership staff, art and environmental science educators, nurses (and nursing support staff), travel staff, office managers, and a number of other positions. We have had a plethora of NDSU students work for our company in the past, and we would love to build some ongoing partnerships with NDSU programs. We are always excited to help students craft internship opportunities around their work experience.       

Zach Orner, Manager of Camping

952.852.0101 ext. 321 |  Cell:  218-382-2267

TRUE FRIENDS | ZachO@truefriends.org

Bethesda All Stars Child Care Center is seeking a full time lead preschool/school age teacher

The Bethesda All Stars Child Care Center is seeking a full time lead preschool/school age teacher to join our team of awesome Early Childhood Educators. Applicants should be self-starters, motivated, organized, creative and caring with a passion for teaching and learning along with preschool students.

 

Requirements:

·         Supervision, education, and assessment of children

·         Team teaching with other lead child care staff

·         Supervising/mentoring assistant teachers and teacher’s aides

·         Good communication skills with parents, children, and co-workers

·         Reliable mode of transportation

·         A four year degree in Early Childhood or Elementary Education preferred

·         A completed background check, certification in CPR and 1st Aide.

·         Experience working with children.

 

We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits including: short term disability insurance, simple IRA, paid training, holidays, vacation and sick time.

 

Bethesda All Stars is open Monday-Friday 7am-6pm, no weekends.

 

To apply, call (701) 212-6637, email your resume and cover letter, or download and mail the application from our website: www.bethesdaallstars.com.    

 

 

 

Job Description

All individuals we serve are independent in all self-cares but require support for their mental health/chemical dependency concerns. Staff duties include providing emotional/verbal support when clients are struggling, providing a safe living environment, interacting with residents in a positive and supportive manner, coaching them in regards to utilizing coping skills and exploring ways to improve their daily living, assisting them in daily living skills such as cooking, cleaning etc to teach them the skills appropriately if necessary, mentoring positive leisure activities, monitoring their medications and compliance, maintaining the safety of the facility through enforcement of the expectations of the residents residing there and intervening in emergency situations as necessary.

We have a total of 11 programs within our agency and most staff cross train to work in more than one. All training is provided but all applicants need to have the internal drive to work independently, have strong problem solving skills, be able to multi-task and have a desire to learn and expand their knowledge in the field of mental health.

Training

All training is provided and paid, including all necessary certifications to become a registered nursing assistant and a Med Aide 1 in the state of ND. 

Requirements

·         High school diploma or GED

·         Valid driver’s license

·         Acceptable driving record

·         Criminal background check

Dacotah Foundation provides a high energy, fun and rewarding work environment for our staff with flexible scheduling and great experience in the mental health profession. Our staff work in residential treatment facilities for individuals struggling with mental health and/or chemical dependency concerns.

Salary: $14.00/hour

Contact

PHONE: 701-364-0743

WEBSITE:Dacotahfoundation.org

ADDRESS:
112 North University Drive
Suite 275
Fargo, ND 58102-3516

Casa de Esperanza provides residential care to children birth through six who are in crisis due to abuse, neglect, or the effects of HIV.  Care is provided in our neighborhood by our Hands of Hope interns.  Our interns, most of whom are recent college graduates, join us for a year of service (a twelve-month full-time post-graduation internship).  We provide on-site housing (interns live with the children they are caring for) and interns join us from all over the United States to be part of our internship program.

Information about our internship may be found here:

https://www.casahope.org/hands-of-hope-internship

 The application for our internship may be found here:

https://www.casahope.org/application-part-one

 

Stephanie@casahope.org

Lake Sakakawea State Park Summer Employment

Interpreter position: Lake Sakakawea State Park Summer Employment

 

Wanted : Full time summer / part time school year nanny

We are looking to hire a full time summer and part time school year nanny for 2 children ages 11 and 12. 

Hours would vary on a two week rotation but would include two nights each week and every other weekend.  Weekend hours are Saturday from 8:30am -6:30pm and Sunday from 10:30am to 5:30pm.  Evenings start time varies from 1:30pm-3:30pm until 9:30pm. 

Duties would include cooking for the kids and transportation from school and to activities, helping with homework, light housekeeping (vacuuming, dishes, laundry) , errands and grocery shopping.  Pet friendly is a must for our 2 dogs and 2 cats!

Ideal candidates would be good role models and mentors who enjoy interacting with children and animals. Nanny must also have their own reliable transportation.

Pay is based on experience and a gas allowance for transportation would be included.  References are preferred.

Please contact Kim at 701-361-4135 or email bktsweeney@cableone.net

 

We look forward to meeting you!

Courts Plus is an equal opportunity employer.

Job applications may also be completed at the Park District office, 701 Main Ave, between 7:30 am-4:30 pm Monday through Friday.

IMPORTANT: Courts Plus will request a background check on all individuals who are offered employment by the Park District. The Fair Credit Reporting Act (1971) requires that we inform you that a background investigation may be conducted as part of our employment screening and selection process. This may include an inquiry to obtain information regarding your character, criminal history, general reputation, personal characteristics, credit report and mode of living. The main objective of this investigation is to verify information you provide on your application or during the interview process. If a report is made, you have the right to request details of the report from the consumer reporting agency. Click here for copy of Background Check Policy.

Hope Center for Learning Part-time Staff

Looking for morning shifts:

7:30-9:30-11:30

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HCL OR TO APPLY:

Contact Lori at lwiger@fargohope.org OR 701-235-6629 ext. 236 about our north Fargo location at 2900 North Broadway.

 

CHARISM Neighborhood Center is a non-profit providing support and outreach programs for at-risk children, youth and adults in Fargo, North Dakota.

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