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.


If your organization would like to list a career opportunity or job opening here please contact us for details.

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Job & Career Opportunities


Easterseals Southern California

Easterseals Southern California is a mission-driven organization dedicated to making a difference in the lives of our participants. Our Early Childhood Educators plan, implement and evaluate developmentally appropriate and inclusive educational curriculums for children. We offer competitive pay, low child to teacher ratios, as well as the latest in Head Start technology and digital programs in the classrooms.


Easterseals employees also enjoy a comprehensive benefits package, a generous paid time off plan, ongoing training, an educational reimbursement program, an employer-matching retirement plan, and employee discounts.


Come grow your career with us… the opportunity to make a positive impact in the life of a child awaits you!

Job Openings:

Early Childhood Teacher III - Full Time - Pay $20.90 - $25.96

Early Childhood Teacher III - Full Time - Hiring Bonus Available

Early Childhood Teacher II - Full Time - Pay $19.46 – $23.52

Early Childhood Educator II - Full Time - Hiring Bonus Available

Early Childhood Educator I, II, OR III - Part Time

To search all current job openings with Easterseals Southern California: 

  1. Click on the following link

  2. Place the word Educator in the search or the word Cook

  3. Look for positions listed under Ventura

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 Neighborhoods for Learning Administrative Assistant 

 The Administrative Assistant, under the direction of the NfL 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. 

 Help Me Grow Program Manager 

 The Program Manager, under the direction of the Director of Program and Evaluation, is part of a collaborative team responsible for planning and implementing the Commission’s strategic priorities and contributes his/her expertise in early childhood to carry out the goals of the organization. The Help Me Grow Program Manager is responsible for planning, developing, coordinating the implementation of, and collaboratively evaluating Help Me Grow (HMG). The Program Manager holds the overall coordination responsibility of all HMG components and strategies, and has primary responsibility for community collaboration, sustainability, fiscal management, policy advocacy and HMG system infrastructure development. This position is a supervisory role, providing oversight for the Care Coordinator. 

 Fiscal Administrator 

 A Fiscal Administrator, under the direction of the Director of Finance & Administration, is responsible for assigned accounting functions and fiscal-related duties for First 5 Ventura County. The major functions include: reviewing and verifying financial documents (e.g. invoices, payroll, and employee reimbursement claims); inputting accounting and payroll data; and preparing grant claims and financial reports/statements. 

 Early Childhood /Family Support Specialist 

 The Early Childhood/Family Support Specialist, under the direction of the NfL Administrator, provides high-quality early learning and development resources for children birth to age 5 and their families, including delivering PACT classes, facilitating screenings, and offering family support services to support young children. 

The Early Childhood/Family Support Specialist is highly trained within the specialized ECE field of physical, social, emotional, cognitive development and early learning. The Specialist supports children and families in meeting basic needs through screenings, assessments, referral, and linkage to pertinent family resources.