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Want to Join The Children's Cabinet team?

The Children’s Cabinet maintains a strong policy of equal employment opportunity for all employees, applicants for employment, and volunteers. An important step in meeting the needs of Nevada’s diverse population is striving to employ a diverse staff at all levels of the organization. The Children’s Cabinet will employ the best people to provide the best services and resources possible to serve our community while striving to create a diverse staff so that it mirrors Nevada’s communities. 

Ready to join the team and help families in Nevada?

All applicants will receive a response. Candidates  responses will be through email or phone. 

Job Opportunities in Northern NV

Case Manager Safe@Home - Elko

The Case Manager provides wrap-around case management, which focuses on four key elements 1): Determined by families, 2): Driven by underlying needs 3): Grounded in a strength’s perspective 4): Supported by an effective team process.  Case Managers ensure that all referring data is received, tracked, and managed properly.

Parent Leadership and Engagement Coordinator

The ECCS Parent Leadership Coordinator is responsible for conducting outreach and engagement opportunities to support and enhance equitable engagement of family and community representatives in state-level decision making including the development and implementation of policies, programs, procedures and systems impacting the prenatal to three (P3) population in Nevada. This position will participate in national parent leadership training programs to implement effective strategies for outreach, engagement and integration of parent leadership into related P3 councils, commissions and collaborative efforts in the state of Nevada.

Early Childhood Community Health Worker Project Manager

This statewide manager position oversees the project planning and implementation of the Nevada Community Health Workers (CHW) in Early Childhood Settings project. This position oversees two regional coordinators who supervise CHWs. CHWs visit individuals and families in early childhood settings to build trusted relationships and provide basic community outreach services as well as to assist with programmatic interventions necessary in an effort to increase access to health and community services for families with young children and the early childhood workforce. CHWs may provide information on available resources, provide social support and informal counseling, advocate for individuals and community health needs, and provide services such as developmental screening for children.

Street Outreach Worker

The Street Outreach worker is responsible for the outreach services in the RHYME/Safe Place programs.  This position provides information and referrals, outreach and direct services to youth and families referred to the Children’s Cabinet. 

Provider Professional Development Coordinator

The coordinator position is responsible for planning, implementation and updates of annual plans associated with the day-to-day operations of provider specialized assistance services and training associated with these services to increase the quality of care and the skill level of the early childhood education (ECE) and/or out-of-school time (OST) workforce. This position is also responsible to meet NACCRRA provider best practices and to provide R&R services as needed as well as IACET continuing education and training best-practice standards.

Provider Education Quality Specialist

This position will support child care provider education training and technical assistance in physical activity, supporting breastfeeding, and nutrition. Requirements include an understanding of early childhood education, indicators of quality care, and adult learning styles.

Shuttle Van Driver

The shuttle van driver will be responsible for transportation, such as youth to and from school. This is for our Wilbur D May Youth Center.

QRIS Coach

The QRIS Coach will provide onsite Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) coaching and training to programs operating in school districts and/or licensed child care locations in an effort to build capacity to provide quality early learning programs.

Therapists

The Children’s Cabinet is seeking qualified Therapists: Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT); Clinical Professional Therapist (CPC) ; Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) for work in the Reno area.

This position provides direct services to youth and families referred to the Family Counseling Program for family therapy.  The Therapist may also facilitate therapeutic groups as determined by The Children’s Cabinet.  

Early Childhood Support Teacher ( ECSN )

ECSN teachers provide temporary care in child care centers and licensed family child care homes. 

Job Opportunities in Southern NV

Provider Grants Technical Assistance Specialist

This position is responsible for supporting child care providers through grant opportunities including the American Rescue Plan stipend process and reporting requirements. The position is responsible for tracking all stipend applications received, verifying information on the application, tracking applications progress, calling child care providers to answer questions and provide support, verify all back-up document and ensure all stipend are processed accurately.

Nevada ECCS Manager II

The Nevada Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems (ECCS) Manager II will be responsible to support and assist with coordinating implementation of the HRSA ECCS Health Integration Prenatal-to-Three grant. The full-time position must work collaboratively with state agency leads and community partners to improve Nevada’s ECCS. 

Early Childhood Community Health Worker Project Manager

This statewide manager position oversees the project planning and implementation of the Nevada Community Health Workers (CHW) in Early Childhood Settings project. This position oversees two regional coordinators who supervise CHWs. CHWs visit individuals and families in early childhood settings to build trusted relationships and provide basic community outreach services as well as to assist with programmatic interventions necessary in an effort to increase access to health and community services for families with young children and the early childhood workforce. CHWs may provide information on available resources, provide social support and informal counseling, advocate for individuals and community health needs, and provide services such as developmental screening for children.

Early Childhood Community Health Worker (CHW)

The CHW position visits individuals and families in early childhood settings to provide basic community outreach services and to assist with programmatic interventions necessary in an effort to increase access to health and community services for families with young children as well as the early childhood workforce.

QRIS Coach

The QRIS Coach will provide onsite Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) coaching and training to programs operating in school districts and/or licensed child care locations in an effort to build capacity to provide quality early learning programs.

Early Childhood Support Teacher ( ECSN )

ECSN teachers provide temporary care in child care centers and licensed family child care homes. 

Please send cover letters/resumes for your desired position via email to HR@childrenscabinet.org.

Please put the name of the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email.

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