WSOS COMMUNITY ACTION COMMISSION, INC

Center Substitute

Applicants will select from a list of Centers provided at time of interview: Early Childhood Centers: Genoa, Fostoria, Tiffin, Perrysburg,  Bowling Green, Fremont, Clyde, Port Clinton, Pemberville, Holland and Toledo; After School Program sites: Fremont and Clyde.

 

 Apply by December 17, 2017

Center Substitute - Fostoria

Summary:  Assist with the daily operations of Early Childhood and New Directions Summer and After School programs in compliance with all policies, procedures, licensing and funding requirements at assigned sites

General Information
Location  801 Kirk Street
Fostoria, OH 44830
United States
Base Pay  $9.50-$10.20 / Hour
Employee Type  On Call Year Round
Required Degree  High School
Contact Information
Email  employment@wsos.org
Description

Applicants will select any combination of duties: Classroom, Nutrition Aide/Janitor and/or  Office Duties

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

Classroom Duties:

  1. Organize, sanitize and store classroom equipment and supplies.
  2. Assist in coordinating and implementing lesson plans and classroom and recreational activities.
  3. Assist with home visits.
  4. Assist with record keeping duties and preparing and maintaining program materials.
  5. Assist in enforcing self-care activities and enforcing safety rules and procedures.
  6. Set up and take down classroom and lunch equipment.
  7. Ensure dishes, trays and food service areas are cleaned daily.
  8. Other duties and responsibilities as directed.

 

Nutrition Aide/Janitor Duties:

  1. Maintain accurate meal count; prepare meals and snacks.
  2. Pick up catered lunches; monitor food temperature; smell and taste food before serving.
  3. Distribute meals and snacks to individual classrooms.
  4. Restock groceries and supplies.
  5. Arrange tables and classroom equipment; clean and sanitize toys.
  6. Other duties and responsibilities as directed.

 

Office Duties:

  1. Serve as receptionist to receive visitors, answer phone calls and provide information regarding Family Development Programs and other community services.
  2. Provide secretarial services such as typing/word processing, filing and copying; develop flyers, memos and banners
  3. Provide courier service to county locations, central office and requested destinations.
  4. Collect, process, and distribute postal and inter-program mail.
  5. Maintain office building and equipment.
  6. Other duties and responsibilities as directed.
Requirements

Education:

Required High school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED).

 Experience:

Up to one year experience working with children and adults or experience in food preparation, or experience working in an office or custodial work.

 Additional Requirements:

  1. Initial and periodic physical exams required.
  2. Must submit to initial and/or periodic state and/or federal criminal checks.
  3. Must submit to initial and periodic drug and alcohol testing.