Job Description: When children's social and emotional health is compromised, it can create significant challenges for children leading to failure in school, inability to make and sustain friendships, and negative feelings about themselves. One in five children enters kindergarten with poor social development skills; it’s difficult for them to join others in play, they don’t have the ability to make and keep friends; and they do not positively interact with their peers. Children from the lowest income levels are the least likely to have positive social interactions upon entrance to kindergarten. South Carolina Association of Community Action Partnerships (SCACA) is seeking highly qualified individual to serve as Mental Health Consultants for its Early Head Start Child Care Partnerships (EHS-CCP) Program. SCACAP provides Early Head Start child care services in nine (9) counties through thirteen (13) Child Care Partners across the state of South Carolina.
Job Description: Under the supervision of the SCACAP EHS-CCP Education Coordinator, the SCACAP EHS-CCP Teacher Mentor is responsible for mentoring and coaching center-based and home-based teaching staff, promoting staff growth and development and positive child outcomes. Ensure the delivery of high quality education services in compliance with all performance standards, licensing requirements, policies, procedures and quality initiatives.
Job Description: The position is responsible for working with families and children regionally for SCACAP Early Head Start Child Care Partnership Program. The job of Family Advocate is done for the purpose/s of providing quality, comprehensive child/family support services to infant/toddlers and their families; providing support, training, and case management to assist parents in meeting the needs of their children and enhancing parents’ role as the primary influence on their child’s education and development and supporting parents in increasing their economic stability; determining eligibility for program, enrolling families in program, enlisting parental involvement in child educational programs; working with parents in identifying and achieving goals; accessing support services; creating training programs; and facilitating positive parent, school and child relationships. The position carries a family caseload of 30-40 families, and is responsible for case management services.
Job Description: Assist in the implementation of daily clerical and supportive services, such as answering office phones, managing office calendars, referral of services, as required. Setting up and cleaning before and after trainings, or meetings. Assist and provide support for all training events and programs. Responsible for files and accountability. Responsible for maintaining inventory of office supplies. Responsible for ordering office and training supplies. Assist in preparation of administrative task. Responsible for maintaining database of customers, partners, and stakeholders. Exercising excellent customer service in meeting and greeting customers in office or on the phone. Comply with agency reporting requirement, policies and procedures. Responsible for intake and supportive services for the Duke Energy WAP Program and other SCACAP programs. Perform other duties as required to achieve program outcomes.
Job Description: Responsible for the day-to-day activities of the Agency’s Energy Efficiency( Weatherization) and related programs. (Customer service, intake, data entry, reconciliation, reporting, follow up, updates, accountability and transparency). Must have a least a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration or related field with at least Three to five years’ relevant experience and knowledge of local and state standards. Ability to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing, and establish and maintain effective working relationships. Must have knowledge of housing construction including HVAC systems, energy efficiency and related fields.
Job Description: Under general direction and supervision of the Executive Director, plans, directs, and supervises the operation of the CSBG, LIHEAP, and ESG grant programs. Provides case management coordination services to include assessing, monitoring, advocacy, counseling, and intervention to enable persons to become and/or to maintain selfsufficiency.; Monitors, supervises, and evaluates CSBG and LIHEAP program staff and provides training for staff and volunteers, as necessary, in the processing of client applications to include client tracking/monitoring and follow up; Develops and conducts a comprehensive needs assessment for planning purposes to comply with grant requirements; Establishes in conjunction with Executive Director, local operating procedures in line with funding source requirements, ensures fiscal allocations are adhered to, and assists in implementing strategies to meet program goals; Analyzes and evaluates outcome measures for cost/project/program performance and prepares related monitoring and performance reports on a regular basis. Identifies sources and causes of problems in the service area and prepares appropriate recommendations for their alleviation; participates in program planning and coordination as required. Serves as a systems administrator for state-based computer DBA system in developing reports, resolving issues, batching vouchers, setting programs up, and tracking funding; Assists in the maintenance of good working relationships with other human service agencies, organizations, and community groups in the service area, including vendors, at the discretion of and in coordination with the Executive Director; Establishes and monitors contracts and Memorandum of Understanding’s (MOU) s at the discretion of and in coordination with the Executive Director; Supervises and monitors the scheduling and delivery of agency services in the service area; Prepares reports for the Executive Director, Board of Directors, and funding agency, as required on a timely and accurate basis; Keeps the Executive Director informed on grant program activities, expenditures, requirements, and any activity or issue with the potential for significant and/or negative impact.