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Community Action Marin is currently seeking qualified individuals for a variety of positions across each of our service and administration areas. We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package and a great culture. More importantly, our team shares a passion for helping people achieve self-sufficiency and building a better Marin for all.
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Under the direction of the Area/Site Manager, establishes and maintains supportive relationships with infants, toddlers, and parents; develops and implements developmentally appropriate routines and curriculum for infants and toddlers. Encourages the cognitive, physical, emotional, social and development of the infant, toddler and family.
Vice President, Early Education
The VP, Early Education is responsible for leading a large team of early childhood education staff (over 100) across multiple sites and managing an annual budget of over $12 million from federal, state, county, and private sources that currently serves over 500 children of low income (and pre-pandemic served almost 1,000).
Provide information and referral, informal peer support, and coaching services to parents whose children are receiving public services for mental health related issues. The Family Partner assumes a leadership role in improving outcomes of children by providing parents with information about the Mental Health system; aid in problem solving for effective interaction with public agencies; resources and information to link back to their natural community support systems; and support parents in their achievement of personal goals that will improve the outcomes of their children.
Peer Education Instructor
Under the direction of the Mental Health Manager, provide Peer Education instruction for the purpose of preparing individuals to become Certified Peer Support Specialists in a mental health setting.
Our team is growing to support all the wonderful things taking place at Community Action Marin! The HR Coordinator supports the human resources and payroll department with various administrative tasks associated with the employee lifecycle.
Bilingual Home Visitor
Under the direction of the Supervisor, the Home Visitor is responsible for the overall implementation of an integrated, family focused, home based program serving pregnant women and families with children age 0-3 or 3-5.
Mental Health Bilingual Peer Support Specialist
This position is to work in conjunction with a team leader to provide mental health services to adults with psychiatric disabilities.
Workforce Development Coordinator
The Workforce Development Coordinator is a critical role within Community Action Marin’s Economic Justice Department, responsible for providing overall oversight of workforce development related programming. The Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating across the agency to identify, recruit and orient potential workforce development participants.
Teacher's Assistant I or II
Under the direction of the Manager, establishes and maintains supportive relationships with children and parents; develops and implements developmentally appropriate routines and curriculum for preschoolers or infants and toddlers. Encourages the cognitive, physical, emotional, social and development of the child.
The Facilities Assistant is responsible for performing routine and preventive maintenance and repairs for designated buildings, facilities, and equipment.
Under the supervision of the Area/Site Supervisor, assists in providing an enriched classroom experience for children including helping to develop, implement and facilitate developmentally appropriate activities and experiences for all the children. In the absence of the Preschool Teacher, the Associate Teacher assumes the responsibilities of the Teacher.
As a leading employer in the county with 200 employees, we are transparent around the race and gender makeup of our staff, leadership, and board of directors. We seek to attract, retain, nurture, and grow a diverse workforce. We also strive to be welcoming and inclusive in our policies and practices, with mindfulness on equity to ensure that people of color and people of low income are supported and have equal access to opportunities throughout our agency.
Who you are and what you value matters—we encourage staff to bring their whole selves to the agency’s work, knowing that we are more effective when we are empowered by connection to our purpose and commitment. We look forward to hearing from you!
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