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Community-Minded Enterprises (CME) has been serving Eastern WA community since 1999. Our vision is to provide integrated services that build resiliency in individuals and families. This position supports the overall mission and vision of Community-Minded Enterprises and Child Care Aware of Eastern Washington. The Infant Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant (IECMHC) will take a prevention and intervention approach to partner with early learning professionals to strengthen the capacity of staff, families, and programs to promote optimal social and emotional development and to prevent, identify and reduce the impact of mental health challenges among children and families.

The IECMHC will work in partnership with other early learning initiatives in the community. Primary duties include providing on-site infant and early childhood mental health consultant services in early learning settings. Will provide resources, information, and guidance to build the capacity of regional Early Achievers (EA) Coaches to support providers with children’s challenging behaviors and to prevent expulsion of children from early learning settings.

Two positions available, one located in Spokane and one in the Tri-Cities area

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Click here for a full job description, qualifications and online application – Pasco

 

 

This position supports the overall mission and vision of Community-Minded Enterprises (CME), the Early Learning Initiative, and the Recovery Support Services Initiative. The Play and Learn Facilitator works in partnership with the Family Services Coordinator (FSC) to facilitate the implementation of community play groups. Primary duties include offering support services to Child Care Aware Family Friends and Neighbor participants and community partners as a Kaleidoscope Plan & Learn Program Facilitator in Eastern Washington. This position will also act as an advocate for caregivers in early learning programs and support access to relevant community services.

This individual will also facilitate both virtual and in-person play groups as they relate to the Recovering Families Play & Learn and Early Connection Play & Learn models and will assist with monthly family events.

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CME provides an extremely competitive salary and benefits package and has a strong emphasis on work-life balance. CME was voted one of the top 35 Best Places to Work in the Inland Northwest four years in a row (2018, 2019, 2020 & 2021) by the Spokane Journal of Business and Greater Spokane Incorporated (GSI).

If you have questions or need more information on any of our openings, please contact HR@community-minded.org

CME is an EEO employer and encourages women, minorities, and those with disabilities to apply.

We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.