Job & Career Opportunities
You can make a difference in the life of a child and family! Below you will find current job openings and career opportunities with our partners in Ventura County non-profits and County services.
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Job & Career Opportunities
Administrative Assistant for the Neighborhoods for Learning
The Administrative Assistant, under the direction of the Neighborhoods for Learning Administrator, provides administrative and project support for First 5 Ventura County. They provide a welcoming environment and excellent customer service to families, staff, and stakeholders. They support program management, community outreach, and general operations through managing phones and emails; preparing various letters, forms, and documents; filing; managing office supplies/equipment; routing mail; and performing general administrative duties.
Grant Coordinator Assistant
ACEs Aware is a statewide initiative co-led by the Office of the CA Surgeon General and the CA Department of Health Care Services. The Landon Pediatric Foundation was awarded a Provider Supplemental Training grant to train doctors in identifying, diagnosing, and treating patients that have experienced adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). This initiative targets the negative health outcomes of ACEs using a trauma-informed approach to patient care.
Bilingual Program Coordinator
Women’s Economic Ventures (WEV) is seeking a full-time Bilingual Program Coordinator based in its Santa Barbara office. Position will initially be remote (within the WEV service area of Santa Barbara and Ventura counties) due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Part-Time Anti-Bias Anti-Racism ECE
The Ant-Bias Anti-Racism Early Childhood Pilot project aims to provide teachers, and parents of children 0-5 with education and support to practice anti-bias and anti-racism at home and in early childhood classrooms. This pilot will bring participating Ojai preschool educators and parents/caregivers the opportunity to learn through a selected early childhood justice education curriculum, from experts in the field, and through peer support. Educators and parents will gain a deeper understanding and capacity to teach, respond, and support young children around anti-bias, justice, diversity, and equity within a context of social-emotional learning and in developmentally-appropriate ways.
The Anti-Bias Anti-Racism (ABAR) Program Coordinator maintains all administrative operations of the program, working closely with Secure Beginnings Executive Director, Board Leadership, and staff. The coordinator facilitates meetings with parents, educators, and community members and interfaces with justice education experts.
Hours: Varies: 4-12 hours weekly x 36 weeks/year
Compensation: Range $20 - $30 per hour, commensurate with experience and qualifications