Careers at Child Care Resources

All of us at Child Care Resources are committed to providing children with the best possible start to life, as well as providing the training and support that Early Learning Professionals need.

CCR is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity among our staff. We strongly encourage people of color, people who speak a second language, and people with disabilities to apply.

To find information about Child Care Resources' employee benefits, click here. To apply please email us your resume, cover letter and the email address of two supervisory references and two other professional references.

If you are a provider and looking for a job in child care, visit our child care job postings page.

 

Homeless Project Specialist

Description: PURPOSE: The Homeless Project Specialist helps identify and assist families who are experiencing homelessness to meet their child care needs. They help administer the Child Care Resources Homeless Child Care Subsidy. They provides other related services to families in homeless situations and provides technical assistance to child care providers to adapt care for vulnerable children. The goal of these services is to ensure vulnerable children’s access to protective early learning environments and to increase housing stability for families experiencing homelessness in Pierce County by helping them to access child care funding and quality child care for their children. NATURE & SCOPE: The Homeless Project Specialist is a member of the Family Services Department and reports to the Homeless Child Care Program Manager. They work closely with the Homeless Project Team to identify needs of families and arrange applicable services related to child care. This position is based in Child Care Resources Tacoma Office and primarily serves Pierce County. This position requires occasional travel to Seattle and Kent, as well.

Compensation: $45,000 to $50,000 Posting Date: January 8, 2019 Click for full description (pdf)

Family Resource Center Specialist

Description: NATURE & SCOPE: The Family Resource Center Team is part of the Family Services Department – where programs, services, advocacy and community partnerships focus on families statewide. The Specialist reports to a supervisor (Family Resource Center Manager) for overall work assignments and performance evaluations. In addition, the Specialist will be assigned additional responsibilities where they may collaborate with regional CCA staff and/or report to an assigned program manager or senior team member for individual project direction. As a member of the Family Resources Team, the Specialist must participate as an active and engaged member of the team; setting goals and helping ensure that the work is accomplished. Frequently, the entire Family Services Department works collaboratively to define develop and meet department deliverable and outcomes.

Compensation: $38,897-$48,615 Posting Date: February 6, 2019 Click for full description (pdf)