Early Childhood Education Lab Mentor, Early Childhood Education Playground Assistant 1, Early Childhood Education Playground Assistant 2

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Posted on March 27, 2020

Monterey Peninsula College invites applications for the position of:

Categorical Services Coordinator Student Equity and Achievement Program

SALARY: $3,351.00 - $4,290.00 Monthly

OPENING DATE: 03/18/20

CLOSING DATE: 04/06/20 11:59 PM

DESCRIPTION: Priority Screening: April 6, 2020 Open Until Filled The Categorical Services Coordinator supports the outreach, orientation, and follow up support efforts of the Student Equity and Achievement Program. The Categorical Services Coordinator provides community outreach activities for the college, including activities and events to K-12 school districts and the community on behalf of the district. The position also leads the college's student ambassador, Lobos Ambassador, team and coordinates events and workshops for the community, K-12 educational partners, and prospective students. This position also works as a team with other campus outreach personnel in implementing college-wide marketing and recruitment strategies and supports SEA Program follow up support services. Under general supervision, plan, coordinate and participate in a variety of complex and responsible administrative activities related to the assigned special program. Receive limited supervision from the supervisor within a broad framework of standard policies and procedure. Coordinate program office activities; assist in program activities, research, reports and budgets; maintain confidentiality regarding all matters and records. Interpret and exercise good judgment in the application and follow through of departmental decisions and college policies; provide information on college policies, procedures, standards and requirements; establish and maintain good public relations with staff, students, and the community at large.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: Essential Functions Process administrative details not requiring the immediate attention of the supervisor; perform a variety of paraprofessional and administrative duties in support of the assigned program. Meet with action committees to facilitate grant and program development needs. Assist in the planning, development, implementation, coordination and evaluation of assigned program services and procedures. Serve as a source of information regarding the policies and procedures of assigned program; provide information where judgment, knowledge and interpretation are necessary; refer inquires to appropriate sources. Coordinate student recruitment and assist with registration of participants within assigned program; check on progress of enrolled students; collect and monitor compliance and outcome data on assigned program's participants. Create assigned program binders as needed; maintain student files and enter student data into the database; enroll students in classes via webreg or telephone registration. Maintain ongoing working relationships with county administrators and managers as needed with assigned program. Monitor a variety of data for completion and conformance with established program compliance procedures. Develop and prepare a variety of documents, forms and procedures for the assigned program's office, which may also include, but is not limited to: statistical reports, brochures, pamphlets and flyer, newsletter, agendas, manuals, event programs, invitation flyers, yearbooks, program brochures, and posters. Serve as liaison with college administration, academic personnel and students as well as community agencies, organization, professionals, vendors and other colleges to maintain up-to-date resource data. Coordinate preparation of workshops and meetings, including travel arrangements for staff members and students in assigned programs. Attend and assist at programs, sponsored workshops, seminars and other events as assigned. Participate in budget development and justification; monitor budget expenditures; monitor and maintain spreadsheet and database for budgets and assigned programs; inventory and requisition necessary supplies commonly used within the office/instruction using District procedures. Develop a wide variety of community contacts for resources for referrals; give general consultation and assist individual students in utilizing the many and varied services available. Assist students in resolving paper work or system problems; expedite resolution of problems requiring utilization of off-campus resources. Maintain control files on matters in progress and expedite their completion; coordinate and monitor special projects, assignments and activities; check reports, records, and other materials for accuracy, completeness and conformity with established standards of federal, state, and institutional guidelines. Assist with the preparation of special program projects which may include but is not limited to: annual grant applications, budgets and annual reports and periodic reports and evaluations. Consult with other program related organizations, advisory committees, and social service agencies on matters of program quality and enhancement. Research and compile information and prepare periodic reports and evaluations in assigned program. Other Duties: Attend meetings and serve on college, local and state committees and organizations, as required. Assist in the hiring process, train and direct the work of part-time temporary and student employees, as required. Perform other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience Any combination of education, experience, and training which would indicate possession of the required knowledge, skills, and abilities listed herein. For example, two years of course work in public or business administration or a related field, and two years of administrative support experience. Knowledge Knowledge of: public and human relations techniques; research methods; report writing; presentation skills; current office procedures and practices including filing systems; a variety of word processing, spreadsheet and/or database programs as needed to fulfill the requirements of the job. Abilities Ability to: understand and independently carry out oral and written instructions; prioritize tasks and manage several tasks simultaneously; accurately and efficiently use a variety of word processing, spreadsheet and/or database programs to create/produce letters, reports, spreadsheets and other documents as needed to fulfill the requirements of the job; learn and successfully use new software programs as required to fulfill the duties of the job; use appropriate and correct English spelling, grammar, and punctuation; perform arithmetical calculations with speed and accuracy; learn and successfully apply current office policies and procedures; analyze situations and make decisions on procedural matters without immediate supervision; communicate effectively in both oral and written form; efficiently use a variety of office equipment as needed to fulfill the needs of the job; establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties; demonstrate an understanding of, sensitivity to and appreciation for, the academic, ethnic, socio- economic, disability and gender diversity of students and staff attending or working on a community college campus.

PHYSICAL EFFORT/WORK ENVIRONMENT Light to moderate physical effort; occasional standing or walking; periodic handling of parcels, supplies or equipment up to 15 pounds. Indoor work environment.

WORK SCHEDULE / SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Work Schedule/Supplemental Information 40 hours per week/ 12 months per year Assigned Shift Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Management reserves the right to change schedules as needed. Salary Information Salary Range = $3,351 (STEP A) - $4,290 (STEP F) + great benefits package.

For questions or concerns, please contact: Bailey Holly (831) 645-7885 bholly@mpc.edu Conditions of Employment Offers of employment are contingent upon Governing Board approval. Employment with Monterey Peninsula College is not complete or official until applicants meet all pre-employment requirements. All new employees are required to submit proof of freedom from tuberculosis and proof of eligibility to work in the United States. Employees must sign the Oath of Affirmation of Allegiance, and submit fingerprints for California Department of Justice clearance. California School Employees Association Membership or an approved alternative is required.

NOTE Organizational Security: This is a classified position and California School Employees Association membership or an approved alternative is required in accordance with our agreement with the employee organization. As a condition of employment, you will have 30 days from the date of hire to join the union (paying union dues), or authorize a salary deduction of appropriate fees.

NOTE Smoking Policy: Smoking on campus is limited to designated smoking areas.

Monterey Peninsula College invites applications for the position of:

Early Childhood Education Lab Mentor

SALARY: $3,886.00 - $4,976.00 Monthly

OPENING DATE: 03/25/20

CLOSING DATE: 05/27/20 11:59 PM

DESCRIPTION: Priority Screening is May 27, 2020 Open Until Filled Under general direction of the Early Childhood Education Lab School Director, coordinate lab classrooms and equipment. Prepare environments for daily lab school activities and prepare materials for assigned areas for Early Childhood Education Department (ECED) students. Receive limited supervision from Lab School Director with collaboration of faculty for assigned area within a broad framework of standard District policies and procedures. Perform varied support activities, and related work assignments as required to prepare appropriate learning environments and mentor ECED students in understanding and implementation of Developmentally Appropriate Practices (DAP) to support children's development.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: Essential Functions: 1. Design, prepare and set up environments for daily lab school activities according to National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) DAP guidelines and state regulations that align with instructional outcomes prepared by faculty to support ECED students and children. 2. Organize and maintain lab school classrooms, classroom kitchens, indoor/outdoor storage areas, and offices. 3. Maintain ethical code of conduct in compliance with the NAEYC, Title 5, Education Code, and FERPA. 4. Work effectively with individuals of diverse educational, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds, and those with disabilities and special needs. 5. Establish and maintain positive, professional relationships with students, children, families, colleagues and community members. 6. Clean, safely store, organize, maintain, and record inventory of laboratory classrooms and materials including, but not limited to proper labelling and dilution/concentration of sanitizing chemicals. Inspect and report equipment and/or supplies needing repairs or replacement. Sanitize materials in accordance with state regulatory agencies and USDA food program guidelines and regulations. 7. Conduct and support environmental and child assessments in accordance with state regulatory guidelines. 8. Develop and conduct parent/teacher conferences and lesson plans which include mentoring of ECED students and Early Childhood Assistants. 9. Coordinate Early Childhood Assistants, ECED students and work study students; provide appropriate safety training; maintain records of training, model best practice in Early Childhood lab school programs. 10. Mentor Early Childhood Assistants as needed to ensure all curriculum, environments and practices align with ECED program philosophy. 11. Mentor ECED students by providing support with assignments and guidance on best practice in relation to assignments associated with or conducted in the ECED lab. 12. Mentor meal times for ECED assistants and students as needed; ensure proper meal counts and follow CACFP (food program) guidelines. 13. Communicate with the Director and ECED Instructor on issues and needs regarding ECED students and lab classrooms. 14. Operate a computer and applications to support the CDC operations, including but not limited to Desired Results Developmental Profiles, and ECED program. Assist all staff and students with technology and computer use in the classroom. 15. Promote safe laboratory conditions and practices per state guidelines; follow all standard safety procedures during work; recognize/help rectify any potential safety problems by performing routine inspections of equipment and the laboratory environment. 16. Plan and monitor lab related activities to support student learning outcomes and completion of ECED course assignments which model and support DAP and support Early Childhood workforce development. 17. Participate in department and/or division meetings and assist faculty in laboratory related assignments, instructional equipment requests and program review. 18. Oversee laboratory bulletin boards and display cases and other displays as instructed. 19. Assist in the development of new laboratory procedures; serve as resource person to instructors; recommend laboratory equipment and supplies. 20. Participate on committees as required. Other Duties: Perform other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education and Experience: Any combination of education, experience and training which would indicate possession of the required knowledge, skills and abilities listed herein. For example: Bachelor's degree (B.A.) in Early Childhood Education or related field and (5) five years working in a Title 5 program with recent experience supervising or mentoring adults which provided specific demonstrable knowledge of and skills in the area. Must possess or be able to obtain within the first (3) three months of employment a Site Supervisor Permit from the State of California Department of Education as required by Title 5. Must possess a certification in Infant/Toddler Child CPR and First Aid and demonstrate completion of Observing and Assessment course at the time of employment.

Knowledge Knowledge of: Early Childhood Education best practices such as: NAEYC guidelines and position statements, Title 5 regulations, Title 22 regulations, Title 5 required assessment tools, support of specialized equipment and materials to be used in the assigned area; appropriate responses to laboratory situations as required by Title 5 and Title 22 health and safety mandates and MPC Lab School Procedural processes outlined in the CDC staff handbook; basic needs and requirements of students in the area to which assigned; mentoring for group and individualized instruction; computer applications including word processing, Desired Results Developmental Profiles assessment tool app, District online platform, District email, and other technologies needed to fulfill the requirements of the job.

Abilities: Ability to work with independently with little supervision; prioritize tasks and multitask; carry out oral and written instructions; use specialized instruments and equipment; perform demonstrations in assigned area; communicate effectively in both oral and written form; establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties; demonstrate an understanding, patient, and receptive attitude toward all learners (students, lab assistant teachers, children and parents); use appropriate and correct English spelling, grammar, and punctuation; accurately and effectively use word processing and database management and other software programs as needed to fulfill the requirements of the job; learn and successfully use new technology; and obtain, renew and/or maintain required permits. Physical Effort/Work Environment Moderate to heavy physical effort; frequent standing and walking; periodic handling of parcels or supplies and/or children up to 50 lbs. Work environment includes indoor/outdoor work with periodic exposure to environmental extremes; some exposure to hazardous chemicals; occasional climbing of ladders and overhead work.

WORK SCHEDULE / SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Work Schedule: Work schedules vary due to need of lab schedule to support students and maintain Title 5 and Title 22 ratios. 40 hours a week, 10 months per year Management reserves the right to change schedule as needed. Salary Information Salary Range = $3,886.00 (STEP A) - $4,976.00 (STEP F)

Please note all Classified employees begin at Step A Licenses and Certificates Required: Valid California Driver's license in appropriate class for vehicle(s) used. Valid State of California Department of Education Site Supervisor Permit Valid Red Cross or American Heart Association Infant/Toddler/Child CPR certificate Qualified First Aid certificate per Title 5 Pre-Employment Requirements At least 18 years of age Complete fingerprinting and receive criminal record clearance prior to the first day of employment. Submit proof of negative TB test and Health Screening completed not more than 1 year prior to or 7 days after employment.

For questions, please contact: Bailey Holly (831) 645-1392 bholly@mpc.edu Conditions of Employment: Offers of employment are contingent upon Governing Board approval. Employment with Monterey Peninsula College is not complete or official until applicants meet all pre-employment requirements. All new employees are required to submit proof of freedom from tuberculosis and proof of eligibility to work in the United States. Employees must sign the Oath of Affirmation of Allegiance, and submit fingerprints. for California Department of Justice clearance. California School Employees Association Membership or an approved alternative is required.

NOTE Organizational Security: This is a classified position and California School Employees Association membership or an approved alternative is required in accordance with our agreement with the employee organization. As a condition of employment, you will have 30 days from the date of hire to join the union (paying union dues), or authorize a salary deduction of appropriate fees.

NOTE Smoking Policy: Smoking on campus is limited to designated smoking areas.  

Monterey Peninsula College invites applications for the position of:

Early Childhood Education Playground Assistant 1

SALARY: $13.04 - $16.68 Hourly

OPENING DATE: 03/19/20

CLOSING DATE: 05/13/20 11:59 PM

DESCRIPTION: Priority Screening Date is May 13, 2020 Open Until Filled MPC is hiring Early Childhood Playground Assistants at 2 different levels; LEVEL 1 and LEVEL 2. You may apply for BOTH POSITIONS separately to be considered for each one. Under the supervision of the Lab School Director and guidance of the Early Childhood Education Lab Mentor work as a member of the teaching team to promote active learning in the lab school environment by assisting in planning and implementing Developmentally Appropriate Practices and by assisting in creating an environment in which Early Childhood Education Department (ECED) students gain mastery of running a quality program for three to five year old children; assists in maintaining a clean, safe, and orderly physical environment which meet Title 5 and Title 22 guidelines for health and safety.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS 1. Assist the Lab Mentor and Early Childhood Playground Assistants Level 3 and 2 in the smooth operation of the Lab School in relation to all regulatory agency guidelines and requirements. 2. Assist in the set up for the daily lab use in collaboration with the Early Childhood Playground Assistant Level 3, 2, and the Lab Mentor. 3. Assist in the development and implementation curriculum and environments under guidance from the Early Childhood Playground Assistant Level 3, 2 and the Lab Mentor. 4. Assist in support of ECED students by offering assistance or direction in close guidance with the Lab Mentor. 5. Develop quality relationships with children and families in close collaboration with the Lab Mentor. 6. Assist in the overall organization and maintenance of all lab classrooms and environments, classroom kitchens, indoor/outdoor storage areas and offices that meet regulatory agency guidelines and align with best practices in health and safety for early childhood environments with guidance from the Lab Mentors and Early Childhood Playground Assistants Level 3, 2 and the Lab School Director. 7. Maintain ethical code of conduct in compliance with the NAEYC, Title 5, Education Code, and FERPA. 8. In collaboration with the Lab Mentor, work effectively with individuals of diverse gender, educational, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds, and those with disabilities and special needs. 9. Assist in all aspects to maintain laboratory classrooms and environments with guidance from the Lab Mentor and Early Childhood Playground Assistants 2 and 3. 10. Work as a team with the Early Childhood Playground Assistants, Lab Mentor and Lab School Director in collaboration with the ECED Department Chair. 11. Communicate any needs and concerns to the Lab Mentor and the Lab School Director. 12. Assist in use of computer as needed to support the Lab School and ECED program under guidance of the Lab School Director. 13. Promote safe laboratory conditions and practices per state guidelines; follow all standard safety procedures during work; recognize/help rectify any potential safety problems by communicating issues to the Lab Mentor or Lab School Director. 14. Meet regularly with the Lab Mentor and the Early Childhood Playground Assistants to support the development and implementation of curriculum and environments. 15. Meet with the Lab School Director, Lab Mentor, and Early Childhood Playground Assistants as needed.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Qualified for or possession of a valid Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or ability to obtain permit within 90 days of employment. Proof of completion of a college level Observation and Assessment Course within the first year of employment. Must be at least 18 years of age and enrolled in college courses leading to an ECE Degree or permit specialization. Proof of completion of 15 hours training in preventative health practices, including pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and pediatric first aid within the first year of employment.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS Previous work experience with children ages 18 months to 5 years.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

Ability to: Communicate effectively both orally and in writing in the English language, work effectively with individuals of diverse gender, educational, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds, and those with disabilities and special needs, develop and maintain quality relationships with young children and their families, assist in setting, maintaining and taking down quality environments that support children's development and meet health and safety guidelines per Title 5, assist in maintaining healthy and safe standards throughout the lab school center, work with young children in a variety of situations to support their early growth and development, assist in development of early childhood curriculum that meets the developmental needs and interests of groups of children, assist in observing, recording, and assessing young children., assist in preparation and maintenance of accurate records, and maintain a positive attitude, patience and genuine interest in working with students, children, parents and staff.

Knowledge of: NAEYC Developmentally Appropriate Practice, FERPA, individuals of diverse gender, educational, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds, and those with disabilities and special needs, healthy and safe standards, maintenance and confidentiality of records, including pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and pediatric first aid, applicable laws, regulations and guidelines, and ECE curriculum and environments.

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CHARACTERISTICS: Physical, mental and emotional stamina to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position; Manual dexterity sufficient to write, use the telephone, and operate center equipment; Vision sufficient to read printed materials and to see at a distance. Hearing sufficient to conduct in person conversations with children and adults and telephone conversations; Speaking ability in an understandable voice with sufficient volume to be heard in normal conversational distance, on the telephone, and in addressing groups; Physical agility to push/pull, squat, twist, turn, bend, stoop, and to reach overhead, stand, walk, and run; Physical mobility sufficient to move rapidly about the work environment on varied indoor and outdoor surfaces and respond to emergency situations; Physical strength sufficient to lift fifty (50) pounds and occasional climbing of ladders and overhead work; Physical stamina sufficient to sit in a child's chair, squat at children's eye level for prolonged periods of time; Physical, mental, and emotional tolerance to be exposed to the noise generated by children in an enclosed environment; Mental acuity to collect and interpret data, evaluate, reason, define problems, establish facts, draw valid conclusions, make valid judgments and decisions.

WORK ENVIRONMENT Work environment includes indoor/outdoor work with periodic exposure to environmental extremes; some exposure to hazardous chemicals.

WORK SCHEDULE / SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

Work Schedule Hours: 4 hours/day; 20 hours/week Work Year: 190 days & 2 days for Employee Orientation Maintain required permits and certificates throughout duration of employment. Salary Information Salary Range = $13.04 (STEP A) - $16.68 (STEP F)

For questions, please contact: Bailey Holly (831) 645-1392 bholly@mpc.edu

Conditions of Employment: Offers of employment are contingent upon Governing Board approval. Employment with Monterey Peninsula College is not complete or official until applicants meet all pre-employment requirements. All new employees are required to submit proof of freedom from tuberculosis and proof of eligibility to work in the United States. Employees must sign the Oath of Affirmation of Allegiance, and submit fingerprints. for California Department of Justice clearance. California School Employees Association Membership or an approved alternative is required.

NOTE Organizational Security: This is a classified position and California School Employees Association membership or an approved alternative is required in accordance with our agreement with the employee organization. As a condition of employment, you will have 30 days from the date of hire to join the union (paying union dues), or authorize a salary deduction of appropriate fees.

NOTE Smoking Policy: Smoking on campus is limited to designated smoking areas.

Monterey Peninsula College invites applications for the position of:

Early Childhood Education Playground Assistant 2

SALARY: $14.38 - $18.42 Hourly

OPENING DATE: 03/19/20

CLOSING DATE: 05/13/20 11:59 PM

DESCRIPTION: Priority Screening Date is May 13, 2020 Open Until Filled MPC is hiring Early Childhood Playground Assistants at 2 different levels; LEVEL 1 and LEVEL 2. You may apply for BOTH LEVEL POSITIONS separately to be considered for each one. Under the supervision of the Lab School Director and guidance of the Early Childhood Education Lab Mentor work as a member of the teaching team to promote active learning in the lab school environment by assisting in planning and implementing Developmentally Appropriate Practices and by creating an environment in which Early Childhood Education Department (ECED) students gain mastery of running a quality program for three to five year old children; assist in maintaining a clean, safe, and orderly physical environment which meet Title 5 and Title 22 guidelines for health and safety.

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS 1. With direct guidance from the Lab Mentor and Early Childhood Playground Assistant Level 3, assist in the smooth operation of the Lab School in relation to all regulatory agency guidelines and requirements. 2. Support the set up for the daily lab use in collaboration with the Early Childhood Playground Assistant Level 3 and the Lab Mentor. 3. Assist in the development and implementation curriculum and environments under guidance from the Early Childhood Playground Assistant Level 3 and the Lab Mentor. 4. Support ECED students by offering assistance or direction in close guidance with the Lab Mentor. 5. Develop quality relationships with children and families in close collaboration with the Lab Mentor. 6. In collaboration with the Lab Mentor, is responsible for the overall organization and maintenance of all lab classrooms and environments, classroom kitchens, indoor/outdoor storage areas and offices that meet regulatory agency guidelines and align with best practices in health and safety for early childhood environments. 7. Maintain ethical code of conduct in compliance with the NAEYC, Title 5, Education Code, and FERPA. 8. In collaboration with the Lab Mentor, work effectively with individuals of diverse gender, educational, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds, and those with disabilities and special needs. 9. In collaboration with the Lab Mentor, clean, safely store, organize, maintain, laboratory classrooms, environments, and materials including, but not limited to proper labelling and dilution/concentration of sanitizing chemicals. 10. Work as a team with the Early Childhood Playground Assistants, Lab Mentor and Lab School Director in collaboration with the ECED Department Chair. 11. Communicate any needs and concerns to the Lab Mentor and the Lab School Director. 12. Assist in use of computer as needed to support the Lab School and ECED program under guidance of the Lab School Director. 13. Promote safe laboratory conditions and practices per state guidelines; follow all standard safety procedures during work; recognize/help rectify any potential safety problems by communicating issues to the Lab Mentor or Lab School Director. 14. Meet regularly with the Lab Mentor and the Early Childhood Playground Assistants to support the development and implementation of curriculum and environments. 15. Meet with the Lab School Director, Lab Mentor, and Early Childhood Playground Assistants as needed.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Qualified for or possession of a valid Child Development Teacher Permit or ability to get this permit within 90 days of employment. Proof of completion of a college level Observation and Assessment Course upon hire. Must be at least 18 years of age and enrolled in college courses leading to an ECE Degree or permit specialization. Proof of completion of 15 hours training in preventative health practices, including pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and pediatric first aid within ninety days of employment.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Previous work experience with children ages 18 months to 5 years.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

Ability to: Communicate effectively both orally and in writing in the English language, work effectively with individuals of diverse gender, educational, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds, and those with disabilities and special needs, develop and maintain quality relationships with young children and their families, set, maintain and take down quality environments that support children's development and meet health and safety guidelines per Title 5, maintain healthy and safe standards throughout the lab school center, work with young children in a variety of situations to support their early growth and development, develop early childhood curriculum that meets the developmental needs and interests of groups of children, observe, record, and assess young children, use computers and applicable software, assist in the preparation and maintenance of accurate records, and maintain a positive attitude, patience and genuine interest in working with students, children, parents and staff.

Knowledge of: NAEYC Developmentally Appropriate Practice, FERPA, individuals of diverse gender, educational, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds, and those with disabilities and special needs, healthy and safe standards, maintenance and confidentiality of records, computers and applicable software, pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and pediatric first aid, applicable laws, regulations and guidelines, and ECE curriculum and environments.

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CHARACTERISTIC: Physical, mental and emotional stamina to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position; Manual dexterity sufficient to write, use the telephone, and operate center equipment; Vision sufficient to read printed materials and to see at a distance. Hearing sufficient to conduct in person conversations with children and adults and telephone conversations; Speaking ability in an understandable voice with sufficient volume to be heard in normal conversational distance, on the telephone, and in addressing groups; Physical agility to push/pull, squat, twist, turn, bend, stoop, and to reach overhead, stand, walk, and run; Physical mobility sufficient to move rapidly about the work environment on varied indoor and outdoor surfaces and respond to emergency situations; Physical strength sufficient to lift fifty (50) pounds; Physical stamina sufficient to sit in a child's chair, squat at children's eye level for prolonged periods of time; Physical, mental, and emotional tolerance to be exposed to the noise generated by children in an enclosed environment; Mental acuity to collect and interpret data, evaluate, reason, define problems, establish facts, draw valid conclusions, make valid judgments and decisions. Moderate to heavy physical effort; frequent standing and walking; periodic handling of parcels or supplies and/or children up to 50 lbs., occasional climbing of ladders and overhead work.

WORK ENVIRONMENT Work environment includes indoor/outdoor work with periodic exposure to environmental extremes; some exposure to hazardous chemicals.

WORK SCHEDULE / SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

Work Schedule Hours: 5 hours/day; 25 hours/week Work Year: 190 days and 2 days for Employee Orientation Submit proof of completion of 15 hours training in preventative health practices, including pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and pediatric first aid within ninety days of employment. Maintain required permits and certificates throughout duration of employment. Salary Information Salary Range = $14.38 (STEP A) - $18.42(STEP F)

For questions, please contact: Bailey Holly (831) 645-1392 bholly@mpc.edu

Conditions of Employment: Offers of employment are contingent upon Governing Board approval. Employment with Monterey Peninsula College is not complete or official until applicants meet all pre-employment requirements. All new employees are required to submit proof of freedom from tuberculosis and proof of eligibility to work in the United States. Employees must sign the Oath of Affirmation of Allegiance, and submit fingerprints. for California Department of Justice clearance. California School Employees Association Membership or an approved alternative is required.

NOTE Organizational Security: This is a classified position and California School Employees Association membership or an approved alternative is required in accordance with our agreement with the employee organization. As a condition of employment, you will have 30 days from the date of hire to join the union (paying union dues), or authorize a salary deduction of appropriate fees.

NOTE Smoking Policy: Smoking on campus is limited to designated smoking areas.