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Community-Minded Enterprises is recruiting for an Early Achievers Coach in the Pullman/Clarkston Area

Community-Minded Enterprises (CME) has been serving the communities of Eastern Washington 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. Early Achievers (EA) is a program that supports quality childcare through coaching and training. Early Achievers Coaches offer coaching, TA, training and resources to child care providers to support each child’s learning and development. Coaches work with CCA of WA and UW to deliver onsite and virtual coaching to help providers, including centers and family home providers, improve the quality of their programs.

 

As the EA Coach, primary duties will include providing resources and support to child care providers enrolling in Early Achievers and moving through the Level 2 process in preparation for achieving a quality recognition level. Services will focus on enrollment, program assessment, access to trainings and implementation of training content, understanding of policies and procedures, meeting quality standards, and preparation for a quality recognition evaluation. This position will be based out of Pullman/Clarkston.

 

Primary Responsibilities Include: 

  • Assist licensed childcare providers to enter into & progress through WA State Early Achievers system.
  • Provide technical assistance in person, by phone and by email.
  • Assist providers to build capacity and carrying out quality related self-assessments.
  • Utilize QRIS coaching model to conduct program assessment & identity strengths & areas for improvement.
  • Provide ongoing support, training, and technical assistance to related EA participants.
  • Provide ongoing assistance and support to implement program improvement plan.

Qualifications:

  • B.A. or credential in ECE or related degree and minimum of 3 years working in ECE.
  • Ability to work independently, self-motivate, prioritize work & manage time effectively.
  • Ability to maintain timely documentation/data entry into electronic data system.
  • Strong competency working both in a team setting & independently.
  • Knowledge of Early Childhood Education programs & resources, including school districts.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of childcare licensing program policies & ECE.
  • Experience coaching and/or training adults.
  • Excellent listening skills with the ability to give & receive critical feedback.
  • Ability to provide leadership, innovation, motivation & constructive feedback to Early Learning professionals.
  • Ability to work occasional night & weekend hours.
  • Demonstrated commitment to cultural relevancy, diversity & inclusion.
  • Computer literate & proficient using all Microsoft Office programs.
  • Must have current, valid driver’s license, insurance & access to reliable transportation & able to pass a criminal history background check.

The Early Achievers Coach & PD Trainer is a benefited full-time (32-hrs week) position. 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 three years in a row (2018, 2019 & 2020) by the Spokane Journal of Business and Greater Spokane Incorporated.

 

For more information please contact: HR@community-minded.org

No phone calls or in-person queries please.

Community-Minded Enterprises is recruiting for an Early Learning Manger in the Tri-Cities Area

Community-Minded Enterprises (CME) has been serving the Spokane community since 1999 and the Tri-Cities since 2014. 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 as the Early Learning Manager for our Tri-Cities based team. This position is responsible for representing the voice of early learning in local, regional, and state meetings, supports the director in the management of all local early learning contracts and assists CME with developing new sources of revenue focused on early learning. 

 

The Early Learning Manager is responsible to work in partnership with the Early Learning Leadership team for the coordination and implementation of Early Achievers throughout the regional service delivery area and is a part of the Early Learning Regional Service Team. Their goal is to improve the quality of early learning experiences for all children and families. 

The position provides overall management of the program services within CME Early Learning Department across Benton, Franklin, Columbia, Garfield, Walla Walla, Asotin Counties. This includes program outcomes, staff management, and budgeting. 

Requirements
  • Promote state and local early learning initiative and build relationships with local stakeholders
  • Provide oversight and reflective supervision to early learning staff 
  • Assist in establishing communication and policy protocols
  • Identify opportunities and strategize new program development
  • Oversee early learning coaching plans and monitor coaching services
  • Track data to ensure deliverables are met and on time and complete reporting
  • Represent Child Care Aware of Eastern WA at regional, statewide, and local meetings 
  • Facilitate new partnerships and expand existing collaborations to advance CME’s strategic planning goals. 

Qualifications:

  • B.A. degree or higher in Early Learning Education, Business Administration, Human Services, or related field. 
  • Minimum five years demonstrated leadership experience in Early Childhood Education or related field plus demonstrated knowledge of childcare licensing programs, policies, and early childhood education; knowledge of rules and regulations governing QRIS. 
  • Either COVID-19 proof of vaccination or completion of exemption process is required. 
  • Ability to work independently, self-motivate, prioritize work & manage time effectively.
  • Strong competency working both in a team setting and independently.
  • Knowledge of Early Childhood Education (ECE) programs and resources, including school districts.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of childcare licensing program policies and ECE.
  • Experience coaching and/or training adults including providing leadership, innovation, and motivation.
  • Proven ability to effectively support and motivate people toward the achievement of desired goals.
  • Comfort and a commitment to utilizing and supporting the use of research-based assessments to guide the development of a quality improvement plan. 
  • Excellent listening skills with the ability to give and receive critical feedback.
  • Demonstrated commitment to cultural relevancy, diversity and inclusion.
  • Computer literate & proficient using all Microsoft Office programs & project management software
  • Ability to work occasional night and weekend hours & travel throughout Eastern WA as needed.
  • Must have current, valid driver’s license, insurance & access to reliable transportation.
  • Must be able to pass ongoing required background check.

The Early Learning Manager is a benefited full-time (32-hrs week) position. CME provides an extremely competitive salary and benefits package and has a strong emphasis on work-life balance. Full-Time benefits include PTO, a flexible schedule, no monthly out-of-pocket for employees medical, dental & vision benefits, employee assistance program, FSA, & IRA match just to name just a few. 

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 and one of the top 100 Best Companies to Work For in Washington State for 2021.

No phone calls or in-person queries please 

 

Community-Minded Enterprises is recruiting for a Bilingual Early Achievers Coach in Walla Walla

This position supports the overall mission and vision of Community-Minded Enterprises and Child Care Aware of Eastern Washington. Early Achievers (EA) is a program that connects families to child care and early learning programs. Early Achiever Coaches offer coaching, TA and resources to child care providers to support each child’s learning and development. Coaches work with CCA of WA and UW to deliver onsite coaching and TA to help providers, including centers and family home providers, improve the quality of their programs.

As the EA Coach, primary duties will include providing resources and support to child care providers enrolling in Early Achievers and moving through the Level 2 process in preparation for achieving a quality recognition level. Services will focus on enrollment, program assessment, access to trainings and implementation of training content, understanding of policies and procedures, meeting quality standards, and preparation for a quality recognition evaluation. This position will be based out of Pullman/Clarkston.

Primary Responsibilities Include:

  • Assist licensed childcare providers to enter into & progress through WA State Early Achievers system.
  • Provide technical assistance in person, by phone and by email.
  • Assist providers to build capacity and carrying out quality related self-assessments.
  • Utilize QRIS coaching model to conduct program assessment & identity strengths & areas for improvement.
  • Provide ongoing support, training, and technical assistance to related EA participants.
  • Provide ongoing assistance and support to implement program improvement plan.

Qualifications:

  • A. in ECE or related degree preferred or approved waiver with PD plan, minimum of AAS in ECE required.
  • Bilingual and Biliterate in Spanish and English preferred
  • Ability to work independently, self-motivate, prioritize work & manage time effectively.
  • Ability to maintain timely documentation/data entry into electronic data system.
  • Strong competency working both in a team setting & independently.
  • Knowledge of Early Childhood Education programs & resources, including school districts.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of childcare licensing program policies & ECE.
  • Experience coaching and/or training adults.
  • Excellent listening skills with the ability to give & receive critical feedback.
  • Ability to provide leadership, innovation, motivation & constructive feedback to Early Learning professionals.
  • Ability to work occasional night & weekend hours.
  • Demonstrated commitment to cultural relevancy, diversity & inclusion.
  • Computer literate & proficient using all Microsoft Office programs.
  • Must have current, valid driver’s license, insurance & access to reliable transportation
  • Able to pass initial and ongoing required background checks

The EA Coach is a benefited full-time position, CME practices a 32-hr work week. CME provides an extremely competitive salary and benefits package. CME was voted one of the top 35 Best Places to Work in the Inland Northwest three years in a row (2018, 2019 & 2020).

Apply online at:HIP Of Spokane County – Job Opportunities (paylocity.com)

For more information please contact: HR@community-minded.org

No phone calls or in-person queries please.

Community-Minded Enterprises is recruiting for a Virtual Recovery Coach & Case Coordinator

We are looking for a tech savvy person passionate about supporting those in recovery and who is excited to be on a team providing a way to access recovery resources to those in our community.

Community-Minded Enterprises (CME) has been serving the Spokane community since 1999. Our vision is to provide integrated services that build resiliency in individuals and families. 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 and one of the top 100 Best Companies to Work for in Washington State for 2021.

The Virtual Recovery Coach & Case Coordinator is part of the Recovery Support Services (RSS) Team. Our team provides strength-based, wellness informed, person centered services and supports. We strive to improve health equity and reduce disparities for people in recovery and their families. To assist with this, we are adding Quiq, an interactive text app that will help people find recovery resources using a combination of technology and humans.

Requirements
  • Exceptional customer service
  • Leading text outreach and engagement with new and existing RSS clients and Recovery Café members.
  • Provide outreach and engagement to our clients/members and community partners with needed resources.
  • Assist with service navigation support and virtual case management.
  • Track the data to improve our clients/members’ Quiq customer service experience and to improve service delivery.
  • Contribute information to update and improve the Quiq app.
  • Identify opportunities and strategize new program development
  • Facilitate new partnerships and expand existing collaborations to advance CME’s strategic planning goals.

Qualifications:

  • AA/AAS degree or higher in Social Work, Human Services, Communications, Administrative Assistant or Chemical Dependency or related fields
  • One to five years of experience in working with persons in recovery, social services, or case management required.
  • Preferred Experience – Previous technology training or related experience; CCAR Recovery Coach Certification; and one or more years of customer services experience.
  • Ability to work independently, self-motivate, prioritize work & manage time effectively.
  • Excellent listening skills with the ability to give and receive critical feedback.
  • Demonstrated commitment to cultural relevancy, diversity, and inclusion.
  • Computer literate & proficient using all Microsoft Office programs & project management software
  • Knowledge and ability to conduct research via the internet and skill set to work with proprietary database
  • Must have current, valid driver’s license, insurance & access to reliable transportation.
  • Must be able to pass ongoing required background checks.

The Virtual Recovery Coach & Case Coordinator is a benefited part-time (20-30 hrs week) position. CME provides an extremely competitive salary and benefits package and has a strong emphasis on work-life balance.

 

For more information please contact: HR@community-minded.org

No phone calls or in-person queries please.

Community-Minded Enterprises is recruiting for a Recovery Support Services Associate

This position supports the overall mission and vision of Community-Minded Enterprises, the Recovery Café and the Recovery Community Services Program.

The Recovery Support Services Associate will work directly with the Recovery Support Services (RSS) Program Coordinator to assist in facilitation of the program, case coordinator, and broker of services for individuals in collaboration with the designated referral entities.  The development of individual’s recovery care plans; provides recovery coaching; crisis intervention and supports individuals on their recovery journey.

Assist people to eliminate barriers to services and monitors client progress, uses a person-centered approach to working with individuals in recovery.  Works closely with persons with opioid use disorders, medication assisted treatment, and persons with a history of overdoses.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Assist the program coordinator in the implementation and continuation of the program
  • Assist in the development of program materials, tracking systems, GIPRA data and outreach services
  • Conducts outreach of the program to referral sources and the community
  • Conducts initial intakes, assures that clients understand processes, & completes necessary paperwork
  • Work with clients to develop their recovery plans and conducts the GIPRA interviews
  • Strong desire to support people in their recovery from addiction to substances/mental health difficulties

Qualifications:

  • AA in Addiction Studies or similar field or minimum of 4 years’ experience working in the field of substance use disorders and/or mental health. Additional desired qualifications: CCAR Recovery Coach Certificate and WA Certified Peer Counselor or ability to acquire within 90 days of employment
  • Knowledge base in Medication Assisted Treatment preferred.  Knowledge of the Medicaid transformation and bi-directional integration helpful.
  • A demonstrated comfort level working with people and situations that can feel frustrating, unclear, and seemingly hopeless; Ability to work with a positive attitude in stressful situations.
  • Demonstrated commitment to cultural relevancy, diversity, and inclusion.
  • Ability to work independently, self-motivates, prioritizes work, and manages time effectively.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills and proven ability to act in a professional manner.
  • Flexible, enthusiastic, organized, and demonstrates a positive attitude.
  • Computer literate and proficient using all Microsoft Office program.
  • Must have current, valid driver’s license, insurance, and access to reliable transportation; plus, able to pass a criminal history background check.

Individuals with personal experience in recovery preferred.  If the candidate is in recovery from alcohol or substance abuse, they must have a minimum of two years accumulated sobriety time.

The Recovery Support Services Associate is a benefited full-time position. 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 three years in a row (2018, 2019 & 2020) by the Spokane Journal of Business and Greater Spokane Incorporated.

For more information please contact: HR@community-minded.org

No phone calls or in-person queries please.

 

Community-Minded Enterprises is recruiting for a Recovery Support Services Administrative Associate

This position supports the overall mission and vision of Community-Minded Enterprises & the Recovery Support Services (RSS) Team. The Recovery Support Services Administrative Associate will work directly with the Recovery Team to assist in facilitation of the programs, including offering general administrative support, acting as the customer service point of contact and management of the tracking, inputting, and record keeping data.

The RSS program strives to assist people eliminate barriers to services, monitors client progress, and uses a person-centered approach to work with individuals in recovery.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Assist the program in the general implementation and continuation of the grant guidelines.
  • Assist in the development of program materials, tracking systems, GPRA information, and outreach.
  • Conducts outreach of the program to referral sources and the community as needed.
  • Provides support to the team by facilitating schedules and managing project deliverables.
  • Assists in the completion of necessary paperwork; including applications, releases, and vouchers.
  • Strong desire to support people in their recovery from addiction to substances and co-occurring mental health difficulties.

Qualifications:

  • AA degree in Addiction Studies or similar fields preferred & minimum two or more years’ experience working in a business office in an administrative role preferred or a combination of education and experience.
  • Previous experience working in the field of substance use disorders and/or mental health preferred.
  • Proficient using all Microsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel, Outlook, & PowerPoint).
  • Ability to maintain timely documenting and data entry into tracking system.
  • Experience organizing, tracking, and disseminating large amounts of data.
  • Strong facilitation and community collaboration skills.
  • Experience tracking, managing, and meeting weekly and monthly project goals and deliverables.
  • A demonstrated comfort level working with people and situations that can feel frustrating, unclear, and seemingly hopeless; Ability to work with a positive attitude in stressful situations.
  • Demonstrated commitment to cultural relevancy, diversity, and inclusion.
  • Ability to work independently, self-motivate, prioritize workload, and manage time effectively.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills with proven ability to act in a professional manner.
  • Must be able to work occasional evening & weekend hours and able to pass required background checks.

The Recovery Support Services Administrative Associate is a fully benefited full-time position. 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 three years in a row (2018, 2019 & 2020) by the Spokane Journal of Business and Greater Spokane Incorporated.

For more information please contact: HR@community-minded.org

No phone calls or in-person queries please.

 

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