Manager of Early Care & Education Services - Santa Barbara County Education Office

Under general direction of the Director of Child Development, the Manager, Early Care and Education Services is responsible for implementing early care and education (ECE) services, including: professional support to the Child Care Planning Council (CCPC), quality improvement programs that support the Quality Counts California Consortium for quality rating and improvement system (QRIS) implementation, and other ECE initiatives. The manager is responsible for ensuring that required goals and outcomes are met in order to improve and increase high quality early care and education services throughout Santa Barbara County. Incumbents in this class may be assigned to positions supporting the Child Care Planning Council, quality improvement programs, or other related programs.

Executive Director - Children's Council (San Francisco)

The incoming Executive Director will lead a well-established organization with over 100 employees into a new phase of impact and engagement. This is a leadership role in a dynamic and purpose-driven field: countless studies have demonstrated the transformative effect of early care on outcomes for children and families, and the astounding savings on remediation efforts later in life. Related policy, funding, and programmatic approaches are in a period of significant evolution at all levels of government, and the Executive Director will be at the forefront of developing and implementing this movement in San Francisco. Further, Children’s Council is poised to become an advocate and leader in California and beyond.

Program Supervisor, Activities – Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (San Francisco)

Under the general direction of Program Manager, the Program Supervisor - Activities is responsible for curriculum development and activity facilitation that compliments school-day learning. Also serves as coach and mentor for our 4 entry-level, part-time high school or college student Youth Workers coaching and guiding them in delivering high quality, enriching, and engaging programming to participants.

Fund Development Director - EduCare (Van Nuys)

EduCare’s annual budget is $6.0M and growing. The Fund Development Director will be responsible for developing and expanding fundraising strategies for philanthropic support to meet and exceed annual fundraising goals. He/she will be responsible for achieving EduCare’s key fundraising goals: to diversify its funding base, and to increase funding through building relationships with individual donors, foundations, corporate funders, and planned giving candidates. The Fund Development Director will also develop strategic marketing and communications plans in collaboration with EduCare’s Communications Manager.