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posted on 7/1/2021

Marin Child Care Council is looking for a CA Child Care Initiative Project  (CCIP) Manager

Department: Resource and Referral

Reports To:  Program Manager, 37.5 hrs/week, hourly, Non-exempt

Job Summary:

The CCIP Manager is responsible for compliance of the CCIP contract. The CCIP Manager will support family child care providers by coordinating workshops that contribute to the completion of CCIP classes in order to meet contract requirements. The CCIP Manager will outreach to newly licensed providers as well as non-licensed family child care providers and increase the supply of child care in the County by recruiting and training potential providers.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Program Support

  • Collaborate with other program staff to develop a structured and sustainable training program that will support providers in their efforts to improve their best practices with children

  • Outreach to potential family child care providers to enroll in CCIP and support them through training and resources to become licensed.

  • Offer training and technical assistance to new and established providers through workshops, virtual, phone and email assistance

  • Provide onsite coaching, training and technical assistance for family child care programs

  • Prepare training materials and documentation as needed

  • Stay current on CA Title 22 and CA Title 5 regulations

  • Facilitate implementation of CCIP contract

  • Take an active role in the planning and the developing of the MC3 Striving for Excellence Conference 

  • Attend and participate trainings in order to stay well-informed on current information


Community Outreach

  • Prepare and collaborate on the design of brochures, flyers, website information and class schedules, as needed for trainings

  • Participate in the organization of annual MC3 events

  • Monitor record keeping and progress reports on CCIP contract

  • Prepare and submit project reports as required


Database Management

  • Update and maintain computerized database to track provider information and information related to CCIP grant and support for Resource and Referral department

  • Deliver client communications utilizing appropriate technology



  • Assume responsibility for additional related tasks as needed.


Minimum Qualifications

Education and/or Experience

A. Formal Education:

  • BA degree or valid CA Child Development Permit at the Master Teacher level, preferred

  • Early child development field of study preferred


B. Practical Experiences:

  • Minimum of three years’ work experience in child care or related field preferred

  • Familiar with best practices in child development

  • Public speaking and oral presentation skills

  • Demonstrated ability to relate well with parents, providers, co-workers, and the community

  • Excellent communication skills both orally and in writing, good listener

  • Ability to work independently, accept supervision, and to work as part of a team

  • Displays initiative and leadership

  • Strong organizational & coordination skills


C. Technical Qualifications or Specialized Certification:

  • Proficient skills in MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)

  • Ability to generate accurate reports

  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, procedure manuals

  • Strong written and oral communication skills

  • Ability to solve problems and appropriately prioritize tasks


D. Language, Mathematical, and/or Reasoning Ability

  • Bi-lingual (Spanish) desired

  • Ability to communicate via emails and telephone

  • Ability to calculate, follow instructions

  • Strong editing skills


E. Physical and Mental Demands

  • Ability to work and communicate with diverse cultural and socioeconomic groups, and differently-abled individuals

  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines

  • Ability to meet the physical demands of the job: Employee is regularly required to stand; sit; walk; and use hands to finger, handle or feel. The employee is frequently required to reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, crouch, talk or hear and operate a motor vehicle. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds

  • Ability to meet the requirements of daily attendance on the job for full continuous seven and a half-hour days (f/t employee), or depending on your employment status

  • Willingness to work flexible hours including occasional evening and weekend workshops/events

  • Reliable transportation, valid California driver’s license and insurance.

Please send resume to Jody Stamps at

posted on 6/28/2021

Papermill Creek Children's Corner Preschool

is hiring a teacher’s aide and an office/classroom assistant.


The Teacher’s Aide position will be in our new classroom on the Inverness School campus. You will work directly with our Head Teacher teaching 4 and older 3 years old. Position is 35-40 hours a week. Salary is commensurate with experience. We provide Kaiser health insurance.


The Classroom/Office Assistant position is in our historic Point Reyes building. You will assist the Executive Director with office tasks and assist the teachers with running the classroom. Computer skills necessary, Spanish language skills a plus. Position is 20 hours a week, at $20 an hour.


School is open year round. Please send a cover letter, resume, and references to No telephone inquiries.

posted on 6/23/2021

Forest Friends Preschool and Kindergarten is seeking good, imitation-worthy people to assist in our high-quality forest school.


Very fulfilling, joyful work!  You will gain naturalist knowledge, be inspired by children, and deepen as a human being.  You will be part of a movement toward a better world for the future generations.  You will know your life has meaning and relevance.  


Must love working with children (these are happy, well-supported children) and must love nature and feel comfortable with being outside in all sorts of weather.  

We have two positions available.  Both are part-time.    


Pays $22 - $28/hour, depending upon training and experience. 


Please contact Kelly McMenimen at to apply.  


posted on 6/18/2021 


Community Action Marin is looking for a Associate Teacher and a Preschool Teacher.

Please click on the box below to check for job description;

To apply: please send a cover letter and resume to or call 415.526.7573


posted on 6/18/2021 

COLLEGE OF MARIN invites applications for the position of:
Child Development Program Lead Teacher
$35,300.00 - $37,800.00 Annually
06/27/21 11:59 PM
COVID Announcement:


Due to COVID-19, most of College of Marin's operations and instruction are taking place remotely until further notice, with the exception of positions deemed essential. At this time, applicants should be prepared that, if selected to interview for a position at the College, all interviews will be held remotely.

The Child Development Program Lead Teacher is responsible for teaching preschool children in a team-teaching environment and for supervising and mentoring college students who visit the classroom for child observation and student teaching.
The Child Development Program Lead Teacher teaches in the College of Marin Child Development Center, located on the Kentfield campus. The Center is a California State Preschool that provides subsidized and full-cost child care to the children of College of Marin students, faculty and staff. The center is a demonstration preschool that provides practicum training, observation, and research opportunities to COM students who are enrolled in Early Childhood Education, Pediatric Nursing, Child Psychology, Behavioral Science and related fields.



posted on 6/18/2021

Horizon Community School is looking for a Primary (Preschool) Assistant Teacher
Reports to: Lead Teacher and Program Director
Employment time: Full-time beginning August 2021


Horizon Community School is the result of an innovative partnership among Marin Horizon School, Community Action Marin (CAM) and other community organizations. The Marin City campus opened its doors to an inaugural class of 12 two-year-olds on August 23, 2017. Honoring Marin Horizon School and Community Action Marin’s commitment to foster and respect diversity in the community and the world, Horizon Community School satisfies a growing need for quality early childhood education in an under-served community of Marin County.

Horizon Community School believes that education is a cooperative endeavor between
families and educators, and this special program features monthly family activities and
educational programs to promote play, learning, and healthy routines both at school and
at home.


We are looking for a dynamic Primary (Preschool) Assistant Teacher who demonstrates a desire to support the lead Primary teacher in planning and implementing a cultural competent, best practices in Early Childhood, integrated, and whole child approach.


 While also developing their own pedagogical skills through planning and teaching. A minimum of 12 ECE units are required, with the ideal candidate having experience working with preschool-aged children in a diverse and inclusive environment.

● Collaborate with lead teacher in planning and implementation of hands-on, Montessori inspired
● Support classroom management and maintain a safe, inclusive environment for all
● Participate in activities including Back to School Night and parent conferences (where
and when allowable by health and safety guidelines)
● Flexibility, professionalism, and proficiency with Zoom and other remote learning support
● Other duties as assigned


● Minimum of 12 ECE units
● (Encouraged but not required) Bachelor's degree in related field
● 2-5 years teaching experience in preschool
● Demonstrated commitment to culturally inclusive teaching practices
● Experience working with students from diverse backgrounds
● Must possess a collaborative, growth mindset intent on refining teaching practices as
well as a desire to work with and learn from adults and students alike


Resumes and cover letters should be sent to Please put the
name of the position for which you are applying in the subject line of the email.