Early Childhood Technical Assistant
Job no: 499741
College / VP Area: College of Educ & Human Dev
Work type: Staff
Categories: Full Time, Trainers & Educators
Pay Grade: 28E
The Delaware Institute for Excellence in Early Childhood (DIEEC) supports the early childhood workforce and programming services for children in early care and education through the translation of evidence-based practices to community-based settings as well as the generation of new knowledge via applied research. The DIEEC administers programs designed to increase the quality of early care and education throughout the state of Delaware, providing technical assistance, grants, and professional development supports to family child-care and center-based child-care programs and professionals throughout the state. Under the general direction of the Technical Assistance Program Manager, the Early Childhood Technical Assistant provides support and guidance in the provision of on- and off-site technical assistance to improve quality programming. This is a full-time grant-funded position.
- Provides on- and off-site technical assistance to improve child care quality in early childhood and school-age programs.
- Observes and analyzes program performance and makes recommendations for quality improvement.
- Documents technical assistance and quality efforts.
- Independently coordinates, modifies, and adapts technical assistance techniques.
- Collaborates with a team of technical assistants to improve overall service delivery to early care and education and school-age programs.
- Supervises hourly staff that assists with program documentation and general support to the program.
- Monitors data entry and maintaining database relevant to programs.
- Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education or related discipline with two years of directly responsible job-related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- In-depth knowledge of child development and early care and education and/or school-age environments.
- Must be detail-oriented, proficient in Microsoft Office word processing and database software.
- Effective oral and written communication skills with ability to interact with a wide range of constituents.
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