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Program Aide – On-Call

Department: Adult Daycare

    General Position Overview:

    The Program Aide is a part of a team that is responsible for the daily care of participants in the
    adult daycare program.  

    Main Responsibilities:

    • Ensure the safety and security of the participants, and respond appropriately to emergencies.
    • Assists with all aspects of recreational activities, including implementation, facilitation, and supervision, and set up/clean up.
    • Assists participants with Activities of Daily Living, including, but not limited to, toileting, personal care and hygiene, dressing, transferring, and eating.
    • Accurate and complete record keeping (restroom log/personal care flow sheets)
    • Actively participate in the multi-disciplinary team, and advocate on behalf of participants and their families.
    • Establish and maintain positive, professional relationships with participants, caregivers and staff.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:

    Knowledge and aptitude in working with persons suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease and other related disorders. Obtain and keep current CPR and First Aid certificates. A Program Aide must be responsible and work well with other staff and site participants. Experience working in aging field is preferred. Sensitivity toward impaired older adults and family caregivers. Ability to work with volunteers. Ability to work closely with others and take Initiative/responsibility. Demonstrate a warm and caring attitude towards others. Must show evidence of fully vaccinated status including booster vaccination.

    Working conditions:

    Working conditions are normal for an Adult daycare environment.
    Must be able to lift at least 50 pounds and be able to help clients with daily activities such as
    using the restroom. Must be ok with cleaning up after clients.

    Contact if interested: ncastillo@onegeneration.org

    On Call Homebound Meal Driver – Part Time

    Department: Nutrition

      General Position Overview:

      The Homebound Meal Driver is primarily responsible for delivering meals to homebound seniors within the San Fernando Valley.    

      Main Responsibilities:

      • Delivers meals daily to homebound seniors in an efficient manner and maintains confidentiality of client information.
      • Efficient Meal Delivery.
      • Monitors/evaluates and reports health and behavioral changes of participants to Nutrition Director.
      • Responds to emergency situations.
      • Accurate and complete Record-Keeping.
      • Maintains sanitary conditions in regards to equipment and vehicle.
      • Collects donations and submits to Director or coordinator.
      • Attends monthly staff meeting and in-service training.
      • Count meals to be ordered for the next day.
      • Establish and maintain positive relationships with clients, staff and the community.
      • Does not contact or provide any other services to clients outside meal delivery and does not transport clients in their vehicles for any reason at any time. Other job related duties.

      Qualifications:

      High School graduate or equivalent.  Must have own car that is reliable. Current California Driver’s License with five-year minimum good driving record.  Proof of current auto insurance.  Must be familiar with delivery route areas and service area. Ability to carry 10 lbs and climb stairs. Empathy and sensitivity to needs of the elderly.
       
      Working conditions:

      Working conditions are normal for a driver position. 17.5 hours per week with a guarantee of 3.5 hours per day.

      Contact if interested: ncastillo@onegeneration.org

      Preschool Teacher

      • Strong knowledge of child development theory.
      • Experience with current developmentally appropriate early childhood practices.
      • Experience in emergent curriculum both in practice and implementation
      • Experience in planning and facilitating developmentally appropriate practices for children aged 1-2.
      • Experience in documenting children’s developmental growth with developmental portfolio which includes assessments, observations and reports.
      • Understanding of Title 22 regulations and NAEYC Criteria.
      • Skilled at creating a nurturing, stimulating, environment for children, staff and parents.
      • Ability to communicate clearly and professionally in English, both written and orally.
      • Associate’s degree in early childhood education or related field and a minimum two years’ experience teaching early childhood age. 3 infant/ toddler units preferred.
      • Obtain clear DOJ, FBI, and Homeland Security back ground clearances. CPR (Infant and Child), Health Safety, and First Aid certified.
      • Benefits include: medical, dental, vision, paid vacation and holidays, discounted child care, Compensation is based on education and experience. ONEgeneration Child Care is an equal opportunity employer for all qualified persons regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation or disability.

      Our hiring process includes background checks including a criminal record check once a conditional offer of employment is made.  A criminal record will not constitute an automatic bar to employment.  Factors such as age and time of the offense, seriousness and nature of the violation, and rehabilitation will be taken into accountApplicants will have the opportunity to address any “negative” information found. (Minor traffic infractions and convictions for which the record has been sealed or expunged, any conviction for which probation has been successfully completed or otherwise discharged and the case has been judicially dismissed, referrals to and participation in any pretrial or post trial diversion programs, and marijuana-related offenses that occurred over two years ago will not be included in decision making).

      Email:  childcare@onegeneration.org

      Childcare Teacher

      To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Teachers are to directly report to the Assistant Directors and Director of the Program. Additionally, all teachers must have a minimum of an Associate of Arts Degree in Child Development or a related field.

      1. Plans and implements educational curriculum for infants, toddlers and preschool children, which reflects developmental, cultural, and linguistic appropriateness.
      2. Ensures compliance with applicable company policies and procedures and any of the following program regulations as they apply to the specific program assigned to: ONEgeneration Policies and Procedures, Title 22 Community Care Licensing regulations and NAEYC criteria.
      3. Develops and maintains strong and caring relationships with infants, toddlers, preschoolers and parents.
      4. Completes objective ongoing observations to support assessments and portfolios. Tracks child’s development, individualized education plans, and lesson plans.
      5. Establishes a climate of acceptance that supports and respects gender, each child’s individual personality, physical characteristics and traits, culture, language and ethnic characteristics, family structure and developmental needs and behaviors.
      6. Ensures proper care and supervision for each and every child at all times and adheres to the standards of conduct. Ensures the classroom and all equipment is maintained in a clean and safe condition.
      7. Be able to kneel, bend, squat, lift, push, pull, and carry children up to 70lbs.
      8. Records observations, shares information about the child with his/her parent(s) and/or staff and plans with them on how best to meet the child’s needs.
      9. Communicates with parents daily, verbally or in writing, regarding the physical care and development of the child.
      10. Completes and submits incidents reports as necessary. Maintains absolute confidentiality regarding children and their families in compliance with HIPAA regulations and company policy.
      11. Maintains daily records of each child’s attendance, health and behavior, reports of suspicions of child abuse or neglect and communicates this information to appropriate content area specialists or Family Service Workers.
      12. Maintains working knowledge of current practices in the early childhood education filed through reading, participation in seminars and other education opportunities and personal contacts/memberships in the field.
      13. Utilizes data from DRDP outcomes and other program data to individualize lesson plans to best benefit the child.

      Qualifications:

      • 12 ECE units and if applicable 3 units in infant & toddler studies
      • Must be able to perform physical activities including, but not limited to frequent bending over, sitting on the floor, lifting of children up to 60 pounds

      CPR & First Aid certified

      Job Type: Full-time

      Pay: $15.00 – $18.00 per hour

      Email: ncastillo@onegeneration.org

      CHILDCARE & PRESCHOOL SUBSTITUTE

      Now hiring a warm, talented, experienced Infant, Toddler, Two’s and Preschool on call substitute teachers at ONEgeneration child care.  As a substitute teacher with ONEgeneration Child Care, you’ll help children discover the joys of learning–and you’ll discover the joy of working with dedicated passionate teachers.

      Requirements:

      • High School Diploma/GED required
      • Must have minimum 12 ECE units. Infant/Toddler units required for all Infant/Toddler positions
      • Preferred: – Related early childhood education/child development college course work – CDA – Working towards an Associate’s or Bachelor’s early childhood education/child development or related degree – 12 months of professional teaching experience preferred
      • Interested and qualified candidates should e-mail their resume to childcare@onegeneration.org

      Our hiring process includes background checks including a criminal record check once a conditional offer of employment is made.  A criminal record will not constitute an automatic bar to employment.  Factors such as age and time of the offense, seriousness and nature of the violation, and rehabilitation will be taken into accountApplicants will have the opportunity to address any “negative” information found. (Minor traffic infractions and convictions for which the record has been sealed or expunged, any conviction for which probation has been successfully completed or otherwise discharged and the case has been judicially dismissed, referrals to and participation in any pretrial or post trial diversion programs, and marijuana-related offenses that occurred over two years ago will not be included in decision making).

      Email: ncastillo@onegeneration.org