Responsible for providing services to CCDF program clients in the Salt Lake County, Utah and Tooele County. Will be responsible for managing, organizing, arranging, monitoring, and conducting the CCDF program activities in their service area to ensure effective delivery of program services.
- Communicate effectively, orally and in writing, including interpersonal skills, demonstrate dependability, including high work ethic, confidentiality, dedication, timeliness, professionalism, accountability, and commitment.
- Must be able to pass background check, including criminal records and child abuse registry, provide a negative TB test.
- Must complete 1st aide/CPR/SIDS/Communicable Disease/Abuse & Neglect within first 90 days of employment.
- Must complete at least 20 hours of child care training each license year per R381-100-7 Personnel and Training Requirements.
- Process new applications, time sheets, acceptance letters, receipts, and all correspondence needed parents, providers, and community programs in service area. Ensure verification documents are in accordance with CCDF program policies and procedures.
- Manage the eligibility of CCDF program clients to ensure files are in accordance with CCDF program policies and procedures.
- Establish and maintain effective working relationships with parents, providers, and community programs in their service areas, to promote the quality, availability, and affordability of early child development programs, which enhances the educational, social, cultural, and emotional development of Native American children.
- Process new client files and process sign-in/out sheets, acceptance letters, and all correspondence needed from parents, providers, and community programs in the service area.
- Manage case files, re-determine eligibility, and notify parents and providers of eligibility as stated in CCDF Policies and Procedures.
- Monitor homes and child care centers of participating CCDF Providers in service area in accordance to the CCDF Health and Safety Standards.
- Provide orientation to participants and providers and assist the CCDF participants with contracts and procedures.
- Refer all ineligible parents to other child care programs in the communities.
- Answer incoming calls, e-mails for the Salt Lake City CCDF Field Office.
- Distribute contracts for parents and providers to appropriate parties.
- Log-in and route all CCDF correspondence, apply postage, and mail all CCDF documents.
- Conduct intakes and certify eligibility of program applicants. Ensure verification documents are in accordance with CCDF program policies and procedures.
- Works with Utah Advisory Councils, Community groups, and Tribal committees.
- Works cooperatively with CCDF staff and Program Manager, be able to take direction from superiors in a respectful way.
- Maintain confidentiality of clients, staff and child care center information accordingly to CCDF policies and procedures, states, and federal laws.
- When necessary, travel for required training and educational opportunities.
- Performs any other tasks deemed necessary by the CCDF Program Manager.
- Applicants must be 18 years of age or older.
- Valid Driver’s License and dependable transportation is preferred but not necessary if applicant can get to the Tribal Headquarters or job-site by the start of their tour of duty.
Preference will be given to qualified Tribal Members and Native American applicants. Applications can be obtained in person or by contacting the Business Council Secretary, Phyllis Naranjo at 435-234-1138.
Complate applications can be mailed or e-mail to the following:
Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation
HC 61 Box 6104
Ibapah, UT 84034
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com