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Fulton-Montgomery Community College – Early Childhood Education Instructor

FMCC is seeking candidates for a full-time, tenure-track position to teach a variety of education courses, beginning September 1, 2015. Candidates must be committed to the mission of community colleges and teaching students who have a wide range of academic abilities. Duties also include, but are not limited to, internship site development, evaluation, and student placement, program and course assessment, program planning, and implementation and evaluation of curriculum.

Qualifications: A Master’s degree in Early Childhood/Childhood Education or closely related field is required. Teaching experience is preferred, preferably at the two-year college level, as is experience with assessment of student learning.

Salary/Benefits: The successful candidate will receive an excellent benefits package and an expected rank/annual salary of Instructor/$52,139.

The anticipated start date is September 1, 2015. The position will remain open until a successful candidate has been identified. However, for fullest consideration, applications should be received by March 25, 2015.

Application procedures: Submit a letter of application, outlining interests and qualifications that are relevant to the position, a resume, copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and the names, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of five professional references. Electronic submissions are preferred, sent by E-mail with the position title in the email subject line.

Fulton-Montgomery Community College is a part of the State University of New York system and is located on 195 acres in a historic center of New York State, approximately 40 miles west of the state capital, Albany. FMCC is a comprehensive, two-year college with an increasing enrollment of approximately 2,800 full- and part-time students, including approximately 100 international students from 25 countries and the New York City Metro Area. FMCC offers over 40 Degree and Certificate Programs.

Equinox, Inc. – Director of Adult Residential Services

The Director of Adult Residential Services will provide Administrative supervision and leadership to four residential programs, Admission’s Coordinator, and Health Home Program. Participate as member of the Residential Team with the development of policy, as a member of Board committees as requested and as liaison to designated agencies and governmental bodies. Assure on‐going staff development and in‐ service training; assure all programs meet established standards.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in Health Administration, MBA, or relate field preferred. Five years of experience in management including residential services. Knowledge of Medicaid system and NYS Office of Mental Health regulations.

Benefits: Excellent benefits to include an agency contribution to health insurance, voluntary dental, 403(b) with agency match, 8 paid holidays, and a generous time off package.

Send resume & cover letter with job title in subject line by E-mail.

The Schenectady YMCA’s Thelma P. Lally Center – Assistant Teacher

Under the general direction of the Daycare Director, the teacher assistant is responsible for assisting with the planning and implementation of a developmentally appropriate childcare program.

Job Requirements: AAS in Child Development, Elementary Ed, Physical Ed, Recreation or related field OR HS Degree/GED and two years direct experience with children under age 13, OR Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential. Knowledge of and commitment to the mission of the YMCA and its capacity to build strong kids, families and communities. The ability to articulate and model YMCA’s four core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibilities are essential.

Principal Responsibilities: To assist with planning, implementing and supervising a developmentally and academically appropriate curriculum for the assigned program. Maintain daily schedules of activities, etc. Maintain an organized, clean and safe learning and recreational environment for all program areas. Develop and consistently maintain appropriate and professional communication with parents. Train children and parents on emergency procedures in compliance with OCFS regulations. Maintain inventory of equipment and supplies. Ensure all applicable OCFS regulations are followed, including but not limited to ratios, child abuse reporting and emergency procedures. Maintain all required records and logs.
 Maintain cleanliness of facility as a member of Clean Team. All other duties, as requested.

Scheduled Shifts: Full Time, 80 hours biweekly
Pay Range: $9.54
Deadline: 4/3/2015

Please send all applications and resumes to: Beth Doris, Daycare Director, Capital District YMCA – Thelma P. Lally Early Learning Center, 204 So. Ten Broeck Street, Scotia, NY. 12302 or by E-mail.

The Schenectady YMCA’s Thelma P. Lally Center – Summer Camp Counselor

Under the general direction of the Summer Camp Director, the summer camp Counselor oversees a group of assigned campers, ensuring a healthy and positive summer program.

Job Requirements: (Include education, experience and specific competencies) Must be 18 years of age. Previous experience in camping, recreation, teaching, childcare or physical education preferred. Must have knowledge of crafts, group games and sports. Excellent human relation skills, good organizational and communication skills. Knowledge of and commitment to the mission of the YMCA and its capacity to build strong kids, families and communities. The ability to articulate and model YMCA’s four core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibilities are essential.

Principal Responsibilities: Ensure the safety and health of all campers in accordance with applicable NYS requirements and CDYMCA requirements through proper supervision. Implement camp activities as directed. Maintain all equipment and property, minimizing damage. Inform director if new equipment is needed or equipment is in need of repair. Communicate positively and enthusiastically with campers, parents, staff and volunteers. Treat each child with dignity and respect. Provide direction to assistant camp counselors and any staff or campers in training. Report all accidents and incidents involving self, participants, guests or other employees. Familiar with and able to implement emergency procedures.
9. Ensure cleanliness of facility or property as a member of Clean Team. All other duties as assigned.

Deadline: 4-3-15
Pay Range: $ 9.00
Scheduled Shifts: Seasonal, 1st shift, 40 hrs. Per week

Please send all applications and resumes to: Beth Doris, Daycare Director, Capital District YMCA – Thelma P. Lally Early Learning Center, 204 So. Ten Broeck Street, Scotia, NY. 12302 or by E-mail.

The Schenectady YMCA’s North Colonie Childcare Site – Assistant Teacher

Under the general direction of the Daycare Director, the teacher assistant is responsible for assisting with the planning and implementation of a developmentally appropriate K-care program.

Job Requirements: AAS in Child Development, Elementary Ed, Physical Ed, Recreation or related field OR HS Degree/GED and two years direct experience with children under age 13, OR Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential. Knowledge of and commitment to the mission of the YMCA and its capacity to build strong kids, families and communities. The ability to articulate and model YMCA’s four core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibilities are essential.

Principal Responsibilities: To assist with planning, implementing and supervising a developmentally and academically appropriate curriculum for the assigned program. Maintain daily schedules of activities, etc. Maintain an organized, clean and safe learning and recreational environment for all program areas. Develop and consistently maintain appropriate and professional communication with parents. Train children and parents on emergency procedures in compliance with OCFS regulations. Maintain inventory of equipment and supplies. Ensure all applicable OCFS regulations are followed, including but not limited to ratios, child abuse reporting and emergency procedures. Maintain all required records and logs. Maintain cleanliness of facility as a member of Clean Team. All other duties, as requested.

Scheduled Shifts: Full time, 40 hrs. weekly.
Pay Range: $9.54
Deadline: 4/3/2015

Please send all applications and resumes to: Beth Doris, Daycare Director, Capital District YMCA – Thelma P. Lally Early Learning Center, 204 So. Ten Broeck Street, Scotia, NY. 12302 or by E-mail.

The Albany YMCA – Site Supervisor II for before and After School Care programs at Eagle Point and Pine Hills Elementary Schools

Under the general direction of the Childcare Director, the Site Supervisor II is responsible for planning and supervising a developmentally appropriate childcare program.

Job Requirements: Minimum one year in a supervisory capacity preferred. Two years direct experience with children under age 13. BA/BS in Child Development (Elementary Ed, Physical Ed, Recreation Ed or related field). OR School Age Child Care Credential. OR Two years of College with 18 credits in Child Development, Elementary Ed, Physical Ed, recreation or related field. OR AAS in Child Development, Elementary Ed, Physical Ed, Recreation or related field.

Candidates must submit a NYS Medical Statement of Childcare Staff Form documenting physician clearance to work in a childcare setting. TB Test which meets Health and Social Service requirement. Clearance from a Criminal Background check. First and CPR certifications.

Preferred candidates must possess excellent human relation skills, good organizational and communication skills.

Principal Responsibilities: Plan, implement and supervise a developmentally and academically appropriate curriculum for the assigned site. Maintain positive working relationship with school personnel in coordination of the building site and related issues. Develop and maintain weekly and monthly calendar of activities for display to parents. Maintain daily schedules of activities, etc. Maintain an organized, clean and safe learning and recreational environment for all program areas. Develop and consistently maintain appropriate and professional communication with parents. Supervise all site staff and provide input and written evaluations as requested. Establish and train staff, children and parents on emergency procedures in compliance with OCFS regulations. Manage and control inventory of equipment and supplies, in accordance with budget. Ensure all applicable OCFS regulations are followed. Maintain all required records and logs. Maintain cleanliness of facility as a member of Clean Team. All other duties, as requested.

Available Shift: 2:00pm-6:00pm, part time, (approx. 25 hrs. per week)
Pay Range: $12.75-17.00
Deadline: Open

Please forward all resumes and applications to: Kelly Sturgis, Director of Operations Albany Branch, Capital District YMCA 616 North Pearl Street Albany, NY 12204 or by E-mail.

The Capital District YMCA Troy Branch – Summer Camp Counselor

Under the general direction of the Summer Camp Director, the Counselor oversees a group of assigned campers, ensuring a healthy and positive summer program.

Job Requirements (Include education, experience and specific competencies): Must be 18 years of age. Previous experience in camping, recreation, teaching, childcare or physical education preferred. Must have knowledge of crafts, group games and sports. Excellent human relation skills, good organizational and communication skills. Knowledge of and commitment to the mission of the YMCA and its capacity to build strong kids, families and communities. The ability to articulate and model YMCA’s four core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibilities are essential.

Principal Responsibilities: Ensure the safety and health of all campers in accordance with applicable NYS requirements and CDYMCA requirements through proper supervision. Implement camp activities as directed. Maintain all equipment and property, minimizing damage. Inform director if new equipment is needed or equipment is in need of repair. Communicate positively and enthusiastically with campers, parents, staff and volunteers. Treat each child with dignity and respect. Provide direction to assistant camp counselors and any staff or campers in training. Report all accidents and incidents involving self, participants, guests or other employees. Familiar with and able to implement emergency procedures. Ensure cleanliness of facility or property as a member of Clean Team. All other duties as assigned.

Scheduled Shift: Seasonal, 1st shift, varies 7:00am – 6:00pm, Approx. 35 hrs. Per week
Pay Range: $9.00
Deadline: 4/1/2015

Please forward all resumes and applications to: Peggy Maliski, Childcare Director, Capital District YMCA, Troy Family Branch, 2500 21st Street, Troy, NY 12180 or by E-mail.

The Troy YMCA – Cheer/Dance Instructor for Day Camp

Under the general direction of the Childcare Director, the Cheer/Dance Instructor runs the Cheer and Dance specialty camp program.

Principal Responsibilities: To plan and implement lesson plans. Set up and maintain facility and equipment as required by specific program. Run the Cheer and program, ensuring that safety is observed and the goals of the program are met. Ensure that accurate attendance records are maintained. Greet all participants and parents in a professional and friendly manner. Appropriately supervise participants in assigned programs and areas. Effectively communicate with parents and/or participants re: scheduling and requirements of program. Maintain cleanliness of facility as a member of Clean Team. Other duties, as directed.

Job Requirements: Include a HS/GED. College level study in a physical education, health education or recreational program preferred. Must have experience working with children of all ages. Must also be versed in running youth and sports oriented programs. Appropriate professional certifications. Excellent human relation skills, good organizational and communication skills. Knowledge of and commitment to the mission of the YMCA and its capacity to build strong kids, families and communities. The ability to articulate and model YMCA’s four core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibilities are essential.

Scheduled Shift: Seasonal, 1st shift, varies 9:00am – 4:00pm, Approx. 30 hrs. Per week
Pay Range: $10.00-11.00
Deadline: 4/1/2015

Please forward all resumes and applications to: Peggy Maliski, Childcare Director, Capital District YMCA, Troy Family Branch, 2500 21st Street, Troy, NY 12180 or by E-mail.

The Troy Branch of the Capital District YMCA – Activities Assistant

Under the direction of the Site Supervisor, the Activities Assistant is responsible for assisting with the implementation of all school age child care activities.

Job Requirements: Must be 16 years of age. Prior experience working with children preferred. Submission of NYS Medical Statement of Childcare Staff Form documenting physician clearance to work in a childcare setting. TB Test which meets Health and Social Service requirement. Clearance from Criminal Background check. Maintain 15 hours of childcare related training annually. Excellent human relation skills, good organizational and communication skills.

Principal Responsibilities: Assist in preparation and implementation of all activities for the site. Assist the site staff with distribution and cleanup of daily snack. Work with the children in small groups with age appropriate activities such as crafts, games, clubs and science. Maintain clean, neat and organized environment at the site. Maintain a safe and secure environment for all program participants. Appropriately communicate with parents. Maintain all applicable state regulations re: school age child care programs. Maintain cleanliness of facility as a member of Clean Team. All other duties, as requested.

Scheduled Shift: Part time; 1st, and 2nd shifts, evenings, 1:30pm – 5:30pm, Approx. 20-25 hrs. Per week Pay Range: $ 9.00
Deadline: 4/3/2015

Please forward all resumes and applications to: Peggy Maliski, Childcare Director, Capital District YMCA, Troy Family Branch, 2500 21st Street, Troy, NY 12180 or by E-mail.

The Capital District YMCA Troy Branch – Group Leader

Under the direction of the Childcare Director, a Group Leader is responsible for assisting with the planning, development and implementation of all classroom activities.

Job Requirements: An AAS in Child Development, Recreation or related field OR HS Degree/GED and two years’ experience working with children under age 13. Submission of NYS Medical Statement of Childcare Staff Form documenting physician clearance to work in a childcare setting as well as TB Test which meets Health and Social Service requirement. Clearance from Criminal Background check. Maintains 30 hours of childcare related training every two years. Excellent human relation skills, good organizational and communication skills. Knowledge of and commitment to the mission of the YMCA and its capacity to build strong kids, families and communities. The ability to articulate and model YMCA’s four core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibilities are essential.

Principal Responsibilities: Include assist in planning, preparation and implementation of all activities for the site. Assist the site staff with distribution and clean-up of daily snack. Work with the children in small groups with age appropriate activities such as crafts, games, clubs and science. Maintain clean, neat and organized environment at the site. Creating and maintaining a safe and secure environment for all program participants. Foster appropriate communication with parents. Maintain all applicable state regulations school age child care programs. Assist in maintenance of required log and record books. Maintain cleanliness of facility as a member of Clean Team. All other duties, as requested.

Scheduled Shift: Part time; 1st, and 2nd shifts, evenings, 1:30pm – 5:30pm, Approx. 20-25 hrs. Per week Pay Range: $ 9.54-10.00
Deadline: 4/3/2015

Please forward all resumes and applications to: Peggy Maliski, Childcare Director, Capital District YMCA, Troy Family Branch, 2500 21st Street, Troy, NY 12180 or by E-mail.

The Capital District YMCA Troy Branch – Summer Camp Unit Leader

Under the general direction of the Camp Director, the Camp Unit Leader is responsible for overseeing a specific camp unit, assisting with the planning, development and implementation of all activities as well as the supervision of campers.

Job Requirements: (Include education, experience and specific competencies): Must be 18 years of age. Previous experience in camping, recreation, teaching, childcare or physical education required. Must have knowledge of crafts, group games, and sports. Ability to stay positive and energized while working long hours. Certified in First Aid, CPR Pro, and Life Guard is preferred. Prior supervisory experience preferred. Excellent human relation skills, good organizational and communication skills. Knowledge of and commitment to the mission of the YMCA and its capacity to build strong kids, families and communities. The ability to articulate and model YMCA’s four core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibilities are essential.

Principal Responsibilities: Ensure the safety and health of all campers in accordance with applicable MA requirements and CDYMCA requirements of proper supervision. Assist with the planning, preparation and implementation of all activities for the camp unit. Maintain clean, neat and organized environment at the site or camp location. Be a positive role model for campers and other staff. Treat each child with dignity and respect. Foster appropriate communication with parents. Report all accidents and incidents with campers, parents, staff and volunteers. Supervise camp staff –counselors, assist counselors, notifying camp director of any issues or concerns. Assist in maintenance of required log and record books. Maintain cleanliness of facility as a member of Clean Team. All other duties, as requested.

Scheduled Shift: Seasonal, 1st shift, varies 7:00am – 6:00pm, Approx. 30-35 hrs. Per week
Pay Range: $10.00
Deadline: 4/1/2015

Please forward all resumes and applications to: Peggy Maliski, Childcare Director, Capital District YMCA, Troy Family Branch, 2500 21st Street, Troy, NY 12180 or by E-mail.

The Troy YMCA – Site Supervisor 1 positions for before and After School Care programs

Under the general direction of the Childcare Director, the Site Supervisor is responsible for planning and supervising a developmentally appropriate childcare program.

Job Requirements: Minimum one year in a supervisory capacity preferred. Two years direct experience with children under age 13. BA/BS in Child Development (Elementary Ed, Physical Ed, Recreation Ed or related field). OR School Age Child Care Credential. OR Two years of College with 18 credits in Child Development, Elementary Ed, Physical Ed, recreation or related field. OR AAS in Child Development, Elementary Ed, Physical Ed, Recreation or related field. Candidates must submit a NYS Medical Statement of Childcare Staff Form documenting physician clearance to work in a childcare setting. TB Test which meets Health and Social Service requirement. Clearance from a Criminal Background check. First and CPR certifications. Preferred candidates must possess excellent human relation skills, good organizational and communication skills.

Principal Responsibilities: Plan, implement and supervise a developmentally and academically appropriate curriculum for the assigned site. Maintain positive working relationship with school personnel in coordination of the building site and related issues. Develop and maintain weekly and monthly calendar of activities for display to parents. Maintain daily schedules of activities, etc. Maintain an organized, clean and safe learning and recreational environment for all program areas. Develop and consistently maintain appropriate and professional communication with parents. Supervise all site staff and provide input and written evaluations as requested. Establish and train staff, children and parents on emergency procedures in compliance with OCFS regulations. Manage and control inventory of equipment and supplies, in accordance with budget. Ensure all applicable OCFS regulations are followed. Maintain all required records and logs. Maintain cleanliness of facility as a member of Clean Team. All other duties, as requested.

Available Shift: 1:30pm-5:30pm, part time, evenings (approx. 25 hrs. per week including planning)
Pay Range: $12.03-12.50
Deadline: 4/3/2015

Please forward all resumes and applications to: Peggy Maliski, Childcare Director, Capital District YMCA, Troy Family Branch, 2500 21st Street, Troy, NY 12180 or by E-mail.

The Greenbush Area Branch of the Capital District YMCA – Custodian

Under the direction of the Property Director, the custodian is responsible for cleaning the facility according to the standards of the CDYMCA.

Job Requirements: HS diploma/GED required. One year prior experience in custodial work preferred. Must have reliable transportation. Excellent human relation skills, good organizational and communication skills.

Principal Responsibilities: Follow and complete daily housekeeping work schedule in all assigned areas. Clean and sanitize assigned areas, according to established procedures and standards. Assist with building repairs as requested. Assist in snow removal or lawn grooming when necessary. Assist in set up and cleanup of rooms for special events. Maintain cleanliness of facility as a member of Clean Team. Other duties, as directed.

Scheduled Shift: Part time; Weekends and Evenings Deadline: Open
Pay Range: $8.75

Please forward resumes or applications to: Troy Ketcham, Property Director, Capital District YMCA, Greenbush Area Branch, 20 Community Way, East Greenbush, NY 12061 or by E-mail.

The Bethlehem Branch of the Capital District YMCA – Custodian

Under the direction of the Property Director, the custodian is responsible for cleaning the facility according to the standards of the CDYMCA.

Job Requirements: HS diploma/GED required. One year prior experience in custodial work preferred. Must have reliable transportation. Excellent human relation skills, good organizational and communication skills.

Principal Responsibilities: Follow and complete daily housekeeping work schedule in all assigned areas. Clean and sanitize assigned areas, according to established procedures and standards. Assist with building repairs as requested. Assist in snow removal or lawn grooming when necessary. Assist in set up and cleanup of rooms for special events. Maintain cleanliness of facility as a member of Clean Team. Other duties, as directed.

Scheduled Shift: Part time; Monday, Tues, Wednesday 5pm-9pm, and Saturday 12 noon-4pm (Approx. 16 hours weekly)
Deadline: 4/1/2015
Pay Range: $9.00

Please forward resumes or applications to: Jeffery Myers, Property Director, Capital District YMCA Bethlehem Area Branch, 900 Delaware Ave., Delmar, NY 12054 or by E-mail.

St. Paul’s Center, Inc. – Nutrition Coordinator

Department: Client Services
Reports To: Transitional Client Advocate
FLSA Status: Part time – non exempt

Summary: Plans monthly menus, ensures food preparation is done safely, reports to outside funding and purchasing agencies are done timely and accurately and that the Center has the appropriate food and supplies for meals by performing the position responsibilities.

Job Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Formulates menus for diets based on medical and physical condition of residents, and integrates residents’ menus with basic menu. Ensures that all menus and meal preparation are compliant with funding source standards including CACFP and NYSDOH standards. Instructs residents about meal plan and dietary changes, and establishes goals and objectives to help meet the plan, if needed for a family. Instructs families in nutritional principles, dietary plans, food selection, and preparation. Educates residents and agency staff in food preparation, service and proper storage. Agency staff is informed during supervision with the Client Advocate and regularly during program aid meetings. Residents are educated through a variety of venues: house meetings, when working with program aids, or when interacting with the Nutrition Supervisor. The Nutrition Supervisor will ensure the Client Advocate/Sr. Program Aid has information to provide to residents. Teaches nutrition and diet therapy to center personnel. Completes monthly reports for funding sources. Acts as the contact staff for other community service agencies regarding food purchasing/grants, i.e…Regional Food Bank, CACFP, DOH etc… Maintains files for funding source to include but not limited to copies of monthly menu. Purchase all needed items for food preparation to include groceries, which includes regular order to Regional Food Bank and shopping twice a week at the local grocery store, along with other food vendors such as Ginsberg, Sycaway, etc.

Qualifications: Education and/or Experience: Associate’s degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of database software, and Microsoft Office software. The Nutrition Supervisor must be proficient in completing any online reporting requirements by funders or oversight organizations. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Certification in Nutrition or related field preferred, clean Driver’s License.

Competencies: All staff are expected to treat colleagues and residents with respect and this is demonstrated in all written and verbal communications. All staff are expected to be responsible stewards of donor dollars, demonstrating a cost conscious approach to all resources – financial and human. All staff are expected to perform as a team, lending support to colleagues in need and willing to perform tasks in support of each other.

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to walk and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to sit. The employee must regularly lift and /or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to Tracy Pitcher by E-mail.