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ERSEA Coordinator

Supervisor: Director of Early Head Start

Overview: The zero to three Child Development program integrates Early Head Start and Family Child Care services into a single program that offers full-day home-based child care services, family support services and advocacy to low income families with children under three years of age. The program provides developmentally appropriate home-based child care, home visits to families and family child care providers.


  • To ensure that enrollment is at capacity and compliant with State and Federal program regulations.
  • Oversee the recruitment and outreach efforts in collaboration with Supervisor and assist in the recruitment of families. 
  • Oversee the intake process of families enrolling into the program
  • Provide families with appropriate referrals and follow-up with families and service providers on referrals.
  • Oversee the intake process of families enrolling into the program
  • Be part of a team in assessing family needs and child developmental status.
  • Coordinate all family activities including monthly Parent and Provider Workshops 
  • Coordinate and support the implementation and ongoing development of the Health Advisory Committee
  • Assist Director of Family and Community Services with program planning and implementation
  • Maintain proper documentation on families and children.
  • Manage a small caseload of families and conduct home visits
  • Assist in developing the Parent Committee and other parent support groups
  • Maintain and develop relationships with other community-based organizations that support the
  • Monitor and track ASQ, ASQ-SE and/or DECA to ensure program compliance. 
  • Responsible for data entry of children/family records using Excel, Access and Salesforce of children/family records
  • Monitor and Track ongoing medical and health forms/records.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Develop consistent, stable and supportive relationships with families and children.
  • Administer developmental assessment on children and family assessments 
  • Monitor the ongoing provision of home visits
  • Be part of a team in developing an individualized family/child plan addressing family and child needs.
  • Develop and maintain community resource materials for families and staff
  • Maintain appropriate records that comply with Fiscal requirements
  • Oversee that staff maintain proper documentation on families and children.
  • Provide guidance and training to staff 
  • Update and maintain data in Teaching Strategies Gold
  • Assist in program evaluation and assessment
  • Other duties as requested by supervisor to fulfill job responsibilities


  • BA required or MA/MSW in Social Work, Psychology, and Education, Human Development or related field with knowledge of child development birth to three. 
  • Experience working with families and providing home visits necessary.
  • CDA and 3 years family/community service experience. 
  • Ability to write and speak Chinese or Spanish preferred.

Hours: 35 hours a week

Salary: Low to Mid 40s with generous benefits package

Contact: Submit cover letter and resume to: APPLY

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