Head Start is a federally-funded, national child and family development program which provides comprehensive services for pregnant women, children from birth to age five, and their families. Services for children promote school readiness, and include early education, health, nutrition, mental health, and services for children with special needs. Services for parents promote family engagement, and include parent leadership and social service supports. To apply for any position, please submit cover letter, resume, and three work references to: [email protected]. No phone calls, please.


Early Head Start Toddler Teacher

Burlington Children’s Space, Burlington

As an Early Head Start Toddler Teacher, you will serve as co-teacher in an outcomes oriented, team environment, and provide safe, healthy, friendly, and developmentally appropriate environments and experiences for infants and toddlers. Motivated Head Start teachers improve the trajectory of children’s lives, including children’s learning outcomes, living standards, and later academic and professional success. If you
want to make a difference in the lives of young children and their families, consider joining the Head Start community.
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related education field; Infant toddler specific education and experience that meets or exceeds the requirements for an Infant Toddler CDA
Credential; knowledge and experience in developmentally appropriate early childhood practice, child outcome assessment, child behavior management, and curriculum planning, development and implementation;
a commitment to social justice and to working with families with limited financial resources; excellent verbal and written communication (bilingual abilities a plus!), documentation, and record-keeping skills; valid driver’s license, clean driving record and access to reliable transportation; physical ability to carry out required tasks, and a can-do, extra-mile attitude. 40 hours/week, 52 weeks/year. Starting wage upon completion of 60-working day period: $20.28-$24.22/hour, depending on qualifications. Health plan and excellent benefits.

Early Head Start Home Visitor

Franklin and Grand Isle Counties

As an Early Head Start Home Visitor, you will provide services in home-based settings to program participants to support prenatal education and services to promote healthy prenatal outcomes for pregnant women, provide or support the care of infants and toddlers so as to enhance their physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development, support parents in the care and nurturing of their infants and toddlers, and help parents move toward self-sufficiency and independent living, as needed. Motivated Home Visitors improve the trajectory of children’s lives, including children’s learning outcomes, living standards, and later academic and professional success. If you want to make a difference in the lives of young children and their families, consider joining the
Head Start community.
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related education field, social work, human services, family services, or counseling; Home-Based CDA Credential or comparable credential, or
equivalent coursework as part of an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree; Demonstrated competency to plan and implement homebased learning experiences that ensure effective implementation of the home visiting curriculum and promote children’s progress and build respectful, culturally responsive, and trusting
relationships with families; a commitment to social justice and to working with families with limited financial resources; excellent verbal and written communication (bilingual abilities a plus!), documentation, and record-keeping skills; valid driver’s license, clean driving record and access to reliable transportation; physical ability to carry out required tasks, and a can-do, extra-mile attitude. 40 hours/week, 52 weeks/year. Starting wage upon completion of 60-working day period: $20.28-$24.22/hour, depending on qualifications. Health plan and  excellent benefits.


Substitute Teacher/Teacher Associate

Addison, Chittenden, & Franklin County Locations

As a CVHS Substitute, you will work “as needed” in an early education classroom setting.
REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma; 1–3 years related experience, or a combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills are acquired; a commitment to social justice and to working with families with limited financial resources; excellent verbal and written communication (bilingual abilities a plus!), documentation, and record-keeping skills; valid driver’s license, clean driving record and
access to reliable transportation; physical ability to carry out required tasks, and a can-do, extra-mile attitude.  $18.00 /hour


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