This position provides families and students with development information and services to ensure success for individual student’s needs. Delivers comprehensive programs and provides training and support to propel students, parents, and families to be effective in meeting their goals and promoting the overall wellbeing and education of the student and the family.
Key Responsibilities & Duties
Student Assessment and Development
- Implements programs to meet student’s needs and ensures parents are involved in the student’s development; conducts ongoing assessments and maintains documentation of the student’s progress; performs developmental screening of all students; develops weekly plans from results of ongoing assessment
- Implements case management and support to families; facilitates the identification of family’s personal and family goals; completes and monitors the family partnership agreement; refers students showing delays for developmental screenings
- Functions as a service planner for families; provides information to them on child development, health education, etc.; provides crisis intervention to families around child abuse, domestic violence, emergency food, housing needs, etc.; communicates program expectations and goals
- Coordinates opportunities for family participation in parent meetings, volunteer opportunities, events, etc.; plans and carries out events including such details as room reservation, speakers, activities for families, childcare, transportation, etc.
- Conducts home visits and works with internal stakeholders to ensure appropriate program and support services are established for each student; continually evaluates ways to best serve families
- Creates and provides reports, tools or forms to families or internal stakeholders; maintains accurate documentation of caseload
Collaboration and Educational Support
- Communicates regularly and works in an Interdisciplinary manner with parents and internal stakeholders
- Partners with families to ensure student attendance is 85% or better
- Assists the internal team in implementing behavior strategies and plans with parents as needed
- Provides support and/or coverage to the classroom as needed
- Collaborates with health service staff to monitor compliance with health requirements; guides families in the acquisition and use of medical and dental services
- Completes and monitors all forms, tools, program documentation etc. in a timely manner and in compliance with all local, state, and federal requirements
- Provides regular objective case notes and records of contact and communications with families in COPA
Education: Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Early Childhood Education, or a related field.
Experience: Minimum of 3+ years of experience in this field or a related field.
Certifications or Licenses
- CPR Certification
- Pediatric First Aid Certification
- Universal Precautions Certification
- Valid driver’s license with evidence of auto insurance
Other Special Requirements
- Maintain all required credential and certifications
- Attend professional development for re-credentialing or maintenance of certifications
- Pass a Colorado Bureau of Investigation and Federal Bureau of Investigation criminal background checks
- Pass a National Sex Offender Registry Check
- Bilingual in Spanish preferred
About Clayton Early Learning
At Clayton Early Learning, we stand as an innovation hub dedicated to cultivating vibrant and equitable communities. Our mission revolves around collaborative partnerships with families, fostering a holistic approach to the early years through a commitment to the whole child and whole family. By actively engaging with families, we aim to uncover effective strategies, embrace continuous discovery, and lead the charge in advancing systemic change.
Our vision is rooted in the belief that by nurturing the foundation of early childhood, we contribute to the well-being and prosperity of individuals, families, and communities at large. Through our relentless pursuit of what works, we strive to create an enduring impact on the lives of children and families, setting the stage for a future of shared success and thriving communities.