Careers

Trying Together’s mission is to support high-quality care and education for young children.

Trying Together is a Pittsburgh-based nonprofit that supports the work of early childhood by providing advocacy, community resources, and professional growth opportunities for the needs and rights of children, their families, and the adults who interact with them. A fast-paced organization, Trying Together looks for dedicated and passionate staff who bring positivity to their work and a solution-oriented sensibility.

Current Openings

  • ELRC Family Resource Coordinator (ELRC Region 5)
  • ELRC Early Learning Program Engagement Specialist (ELRC Region 5)
  • ELRC Health and Safety Coach (ELRC Region 5)
  • ELRC Quality Coach (ELRC Region 5)
  • ELRC STARS Designator (ELRC Region 5)
  • Family Development Specialist
  • Professional Growth and Advancement Strategist

 


ELRC Family Resource Coordinator
Purpose

The Allegheny County Early Learning Resource Center Family Resource Coordinator will help families access the resources they need to care for their children and will oversee daily operational function, while expanding the ELRC vision to engage the entire family in holistic care. The Family Resource Coordinator will maintain a Resource Library for families and providers, family play area, support families and providers with computer use and implement the Ages and Stages developmental screening tool.

Responsibilities
  • Coordinate day-to-day functions of the Family Resource Library and Family area.
  • Model purposeful play with children in the Family area.
  • Actively seek partnerships with organizations in the community to expand resources available to families.
  • Provide referrals and access to resources such as TANF, high quality child care and other appropriate agencies that address the family’s needs and goals.
  • Develop and distribute materials in areas of specialization, which include community resources, child abuse prevention and parenting education.
  • Provide consultation, referrals and consumer education for families.
  • Record, analyze, and report data on request for services as established by the Allegheny County ELRC.
  • Collaborate with local child care and education groups, social service and/or government agencies and employers in the operation of the resource and referral.
  • Provide support for computer use to families and providers in the Resource Area.
  • Participate in required meetings, activities and training of the Allegheny County ELRC.
  • Promotes and supports the mission, vision and goals of Trying Together. To learn more, visit www.tryingtogether.org.
Additional Knowledge, Skills and Experience
  • Knowledge of local, state and national systems for early care and education.
  • Strong understanding of child development and family education.
  • Must be able to work independently and as a team member.
  • Attention to detail and advanced problem solving techniques.
  • Demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple activities.
  • Acceptance of diversity and ability to work comfortably in a variety of settings.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Good judgment and decision-making abilities.
  • Must demonstrate enthusiasm and flexibility.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel.
  • Must clear full background check and must pass health screening.
Qualifications
  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Human Services or Early Childhood Education.
  • Two years of relevant experience using the Ages and Stages developmental screening tool.
  • Intermediate to advanced computer skills, Internet and email.
Required Clearances
  • Clean Act 33 Child Abuse Clearance.
  • Clean Act 34 Criminal Clearance.
  • Clean Act 73 FBI Clearance.
Physical Requirements
  • Ability to lift 10-20 pounds.
Benefits
  • Competitive compensation and benefits package.
  • Appreciative inquiry and strengths-based review process.
Wage Range
  • $20,000 commensurate with experience.
Interested Applicants

Submit cover letter and resume with a minimum of three work-related references to jobs@tryingtogether.org to apply for the ELRC Family Resource Coordinator. Phone calls will not be accepted. Posting will remain open until filled. View the full ELRC Family Resource Coordinator position description as a (PDF).

 


ELRC Early Learning Program Engagement Specialist
Purpose

The Allegheny County Early Learning Resource Center Early Learning Program Engagement Specialist serves as a representative between Child Care Works and child care providers. The Early Learning Program Engagement Specialist will support providers with Provider Self Service, recruit, enroll and determine eligibility in Child Care Works, support providers to enroll in Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and provide additional assistance as needed.

Responsibilities
  • Provides comprehensive customer service by completing thorough provider orientations, addressing phone calls within 24 business hours as applicable and attend to walk-in clients/providers.
  • Teach and support providers with using Provider Self Service to ensure their information is up to date.
  • Manages and organizes a fluctuating caseload of provider files.
  • Support eligible child care providers in enrolling in Child Care Works and connect them with a Quality Coach and Fiscal contact.
  • Assist providers in enrolling in the Child and Adult Care Food Program.
  • Researches, adjusts and reconciles provider payment issues via information obtained from the Eligibility unit and communicates with providers.
  • Addresses system generated alerts in a timely manner to maintain integrity within the CCMIS program.
  • Maintains the continuous flow of grant dollars by timely deleting invoices with regards to the 60-day invoice policy.
  • Maintains communication with other Child Care Works agencies within Pennsylvania regarding provider information and updates.
  • Establish provider agreements for all certified and relative providers and assist providers with primary subsidy concerns and questions.
  • Advise providers of the PA Department of Human Services and Child Care Works regulations.
  • Support relative providers to meet their Professional Development requirements and provide information and resources.
  • Collaborate with Quality Coaches at each satellite site to connect relative providers to community resources and supports as needed.
  • Administer the Market Rate Surveys (MRS) to all Allegheny county child care providers every two years, or as directed by OCDEL.
  • Help ensure that all child care providers meet the regulatory requirements and are paid rates according to the provider rates scale and the Allegheny County’s Maximum Child Care Allowance.
  • Regularly participates in outreach and other meetings both locally and statewide.
  • Maintains high levels of consumer/provider/ELRC satisfaction.
  • Displays consistent professionalism and courtesy when interacting with internal and external customers.
  • Maintains high level of confidentiality when working with sensitive and personal client, vendor, employee and contract information.
  • Must be able to interact with others in a positive and professional manner.
  • Participates in initial and on-going professional development for the purpose of providing effective provider engagement.
  • Provides technical assistance and support for home-based providers seeking to become state certified and enroll in Child Care Works.
  • Promotes and supports the mission, vision and goals of Trying Together. To learn more, visit www.tryingtogether.org.
Additional Knowledge, Skills and Experience
  • Knowledge of local, state and national systems for early care and education.
  • Must be able to work independently and as a team member.
  • Attention to detail and advanced problem solving techniques.
  • Ability to multi-task.
  • Acceptance of diversity and ability to work comfortably in a variety of settings.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Good judgment and decision-making abilities.
  • Must demonstrate enthusiasm and flexibility.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel.
  • Must clear full background check and must pass health screening.
  • Must have a valid PA Driver’s License and proof of insurance.
Qualifications
  • Associates, Business or Technical Degree in Human Services, Early Childhood Education or related field.
  • Two years of relevant experience.
  • Experience working with adult learners.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Intermediate to advanced computer skills, Internet and email.
Required Clearances
  • Clean Act 33 Child Abuse Clearance.
  • Clean Act 34 Criminal Clearance.
  • Clean Act 73 FBI Clearance.
Physical Requirements
  • Ability to lift 10-20 pounds.
Benefits
  • Competitive compensation and benefits package.
  • Appreciative inquiry and strengths-based review process.
Wage Range
  • $32,000 – $34,000 plus benefits commensurate with experience.
Interested Applicants

Submit cover letter and resume with a minimum of three work-related references to jobs@tryingtogether.org to apply for the ELRC Early Learning Program Engagement Specialist. Phone calls will not be accepted. Posting will remain open until filled. View the full ELRC Early Learning Program Engagement Specialist position description as a (PDF).

 


ELRC Health and Safety Coach
Purpose

Coaching is inherently relationship-based work. The Allegheny County Early Learning Resource Center Health and Safety Coach supports program administrators, classroom teachers, and assistant teachers and home based child care providers develop new skills and continuously improve their early childhood teaching practices to achieve higher program quality. The ELRC Health and Safety Coach engages program administration and staff that work with children in a collaborative process that involves observation, reflective communication, professional growth, role-modeling and goal setting.

Responsibilities
  • Recognize and build on the existing knowledge and skills of program staff and home-based providers through observation, reflective practice, goal setting and planning.
  • Collaborate with classroom staff, program administration and home-based providers for the purpose of creating a cohesive approach to compliance with basic health and safety regulations with the program team.
  • Provide one to one and small group coaching to assistant teachers, co-teachers and head teachers to help strengthen health and safety practices and assure quality programming.
  • Provide resources and technical assistance to program staff and home-based providers to support the use of best practices in health and safety.
  • Review health and safety regulations with program leadership team and staff to help identify areas of strength and develop goals for improvement.
  • Provide constructive feedback and support for the purpose of increasing program administration and teacher confidence and competence.
  • Work with the ELRC Coach Coordinator to provide coaching and professional development as needed for classroom teaching teams.
  • Develop and support implementation of an individualized plan that identifies strengths, needs and goals for each program staff.
  • Follow procedure for reporting suspected child abuse.
  • Completes monthly monitoring reports or coaching logs for assigned visits and submits them according to timelines for the purpose of tracking and monitoring.
  • Participates in initial and on-going professional development for the purpose of keeping abreast of the latest research and best practices to inform her/his work.
  • Promotes and supports the mission, vision and goals of Trying Together. To learn more, visit www.tryingtogether.org.
Additional Knowledge, Skills and Experience
  • Knowledge of local, state and national systems for early care and education.
  • Willing and able to engage in honest self-reflection about coaching progress and her/his contribution to the process.
  • Able to foster a program’s capacity building and assume a strengths-based approach.
  • Ability to establish credibility as a resource worthy of the program’s respect and trust.
  • Ability to facilitate a program’s own problem-solving process.
  • Ability to maintain a project timeline and monitor progress toward goals.
  • Must be able to work independently and as a team member.
  • Must be able to interact with others in a positive and professional manner.
  • Acceptance of diversity and ability to work comfortably in a variety of settings.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Good judgment and decision-making abilities.
  • Must demonstrate enthusiasm and flexibility.
  • Must clear full background check and must pass health screening.
Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field required. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Two years early childhood classroom experience and two years at an administrative level in an early care and education setting.
  • Must have a PA state required mentor/coach endorsement.
  • Experience working with adult learners.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Intermediate to advanced computer skills, Internet and email.
  • Must have a valid PA Driver’s License and proof of insurance.
Required Clearances
  • Clean Act 33 Child Abuse Clearance.
  • Clean Act 34 Criminal Clearance.
  • Clean Act 73 FBI Clearance.
Physical Requirements
  • Ability to lift 10-20 pounds.
Benefits
  • Competitive compensation and benefits package.
  • Appreciative inquiry and strengths-based review process.
Wage Range
  • $40,000 – $44,000 plus benefits commensurate with experience.
Interested Applicants

Submit cover letter and resume with a minimum of three work-related references to jobs@tryingtogether.org to apply for the ELRC Health and Safety Coach. Phone calls will not be accepted. Posting will remain open until filled. View the full ELRC Health and Safety Coach position description as a (PDF).

 


ELRC Quality Coach
Purpose

Coaching is inherently relationship-based work. The Allegheny County Early Learning Resource Center Quality Coach supports program administrators, classroom teachers, and assistant teachers and home based child care providers to develop new skills and continuously improve their early childhood teaching practices to achieve higher program quality. The ELRC Quality Coach engages program administration and staff that work with children in a collaborative process that involves observation, reflective communication, professional growth, role-modeling and goal setting.

Responsibilities
  • Recognize and build on the existing knowledge and skills of program staff through observation, reflective practice, goal setting and planning.
  • Collaborate with classroom staff and program administration for the purpose of creating a cohesive approach to continuous quality improvement with the program team.
  • Provide one to one and small group coaching to assistant teachers, co-teachers and head teachers to help strengthen child development practices and assure quality programming.
  • Review STARS scores with program leadership team and staff to help identify areas of strength and develop goals for improvement.
  • Provide constructive feedback and support for the purpose of increasing program administration and teacher confidence and competence.
  • Work with the ELRC Coach Coordinator to provide coaching and professional development for classroom teaching teams.
  • Develop and support implementation of an individualized plan that identifies strengths, needs and goals for each program staff.
  • Follow procedure for reporting suspected child abuse.
  • Completes monthly monitoring reports or coaching logs for assigned visits and submits them according to timelines for the purpose of tracking and monitoring.
  • Participates in initial and on-going professional development for the purpose of providing effective coach strategies as well as provide expertise on theory and practices that support child development.
  • Promotes and supports the mission, vision and goals of Trying Together. To learn more, visit www.tryingtogether.org.
Additional Knowledge, Skills and Experience
  • Knowledge of local, state and national systems for early care and education.
  • Willing and able to engage in honest self-reflection about coaching progress and her/his contribution to the process.
  • Ability to work with a diversity of individuals within the same program.
  • Able to foster a program’s capacity building and assume a strengths-based approach.
  • Ability to establish credibility as a resource worthy of the program’s respect and trust.
  • Ability to facilitate a program’s own problem-solving process.
  • Ability to maintain a project timeline and monitor progress toward goals.
  • Must be able to work independently and as a team member.
  • Must be able to interact with others in a positive and professional manner.
  • Acceptance of diversity and ability to work comfortably in a variety of settings.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Good judgment and decision-making abilities.
  • Must demonstrate enthusiasm and flexibility.
  • Must clear full background check and must pass health screening.
Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field required. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Two years early childhood classroom experience and two years at an administrative level in an early care and education setting.
  • Must have a PA state required mentor/coach endorsement.
  • Experience working with adult learners.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Intermediate to advanced computer skills, Internet and email.
  • Must have a valid PA Driver’s License and proof of insurance.
Required Clearances
  • Clean Act 33 Child Abuse Clearance.
  • Clean Act 34 Criminal Clearance.
  • Clean Act 73 FBI Clearance.
Physical Requirements:
  • Ability to lift 10-20 pounds.
Benefits
  • Competitive compensation and benefits package.
  • Appreciative inquiry and strengths-based review process.
Wage Range
  • $40,000 – $44,000 plus benefits commensurate with experience.
Interested Applicants

Submit cover letter and resume with a minimum of three work-related references to jobs@tryingtogether.org to apply for the ELRC Quality Coach. Phone calls will not be accepted. Posting will remain open until filled. View the full ELRC Quality Coach position description as a (PDF).

 


ELRC STARS Designator
Purpose

The Allegheny County Early Learning Resource Center STARS Designator is responsible for coordinating the STARS designation process and conducting designation visits. This position provides feedback to the Quality Coaches to inform the design of providers’ annual plans. The STARS Designator attends professional development opportunities hosted by the Office of Child Development and Early Learning in order to maintain inter-rater reliability. The STARS Designator works closely and collaborates with ELRC Quality Support staff to enhance services to early care and education and afterschool providers.

Responsibilities
  • Verifies programs participating in Keystone STARS meet quality standards.
  • Implements the STARS designation and renewal process in collaboration with the Quality coaches.
  • Conducts on site STARS designation visits as required.
  • Awards new STARS levels based on compliance with appropriate Performance Standards.
  • Collaborates with Quality Coaches to ensure timely renewals for providers with active status in STARS.
  • Provides information on resources to support continuous quality improvement in child care and Afterschool/Out of School Time facilities.
  • Participates in community outreach activities for early care and education and Afterschool/OST providers.
  • Participates in professional development opportunities successfully implementing new skills, knowledge and procedures.
  • Promotes and supports the mission, vision and goals of Trying Together. To learn more, visit www.tryingtogether.org.
Additional Knowledge, Skills and Experience
  • Knowledge of local, state and national systems for early care and education.
  • Ability to plan, organize, analyze and function independently.
  • Demonstrated decision-making and problem-solving skills.
  • Current working knowledge of best practices as related to early care and education and school-age; ability to apply knowledge to the intention of the Keystone STARS Performance Standards.
  • Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with stakeholders; ability to display professional behavior when interacting.
  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality and sensitivity.
  • Working knowledge of personal computers and networked systems and their use and application for database management, tracking and reporting.
  • Ability to establish credibility as a resource worthy of the program’s respect and trust.
  • Ability to maintain a project timeline and monitor progress toward goals.
  • Must be able to work independently and as a team member.
  • Must be able to interact with others in a positive and professional manner.
  • Acceptance of diversity and ability to work comfortably in a variety of settings.
  • Good judgment and decision-making abilities.
  • Must demonstrate enthusiasm and flexibility.
  • Must clear full background check and must pass health screening.
Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field required. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Three years experience working with the Keystone STARS Performance Standards, or any equivalent combination of acceptable training, education and experience.
  • Intermediate to advanced computer skills, Internet and email.
  • Must have a valid PA Driver’s License and proof of insurance.
Required Clearances
  • Clean Act 33 Child Abuse Clearance.
  • Clean Act 34 Criminal Clearance.
  • Clean Act 73 FBI Clearance.
Physical Requirements
  • Ability to lift 10-20 pounds.
Benefits
  • Competitive compensation and benefits package.
  • Appreciative inquiry and strengths-based review process.
Wage Range
  • $40,000 – $44,000 with benefits commensurate with experience.
Interested Applicants

Submit cover letter and resume with a minimum of three work-related references to jobs@tryingtogether.org to apply for the ELRC STARS Designator. Phone calls will not be accepted. Posting will remain open until filled. View the full ELRC STARS Designator position description as a (PDF).

 


Family Development Specialist
Purpose

The Family Development Specialist (FDS) is responsible for providing direct service to families from diverse backgrounds with young children ages 0 – five years (including prenatal and postpartum stages for unborn child’s development and the mother’s health, nutrition, and psychological state). These prevention services help families set personal goals and address the challenges that come up in their day-to-day life. This direct service will include: home visits; goal planning; developmental screenings; advocacy; and referrals linking families to any needed services. The Center is located in the vibrant neighborhood of Homewood and has many resources to draw from. Trying Together is lead organization for Homewood-Brushton Family Support Center.

Responsibilities
  • Coach and support families with a strengths-based approach.
  • Strong ability to build positive rapport with both parents and children.
  • Conduct and complete minimum of two home visits per month depending on evidenced-based curriculum model/or prevention model.
  • Provide crisis intervention and/or referrals for families.
  • Develop and/or assist in the child programming and parent-child interaction groups.
  • Initiate two child development screenings per year with parents and children using the appropriate developmental tools.
  • Actively participate in ongoing outreach/recruitment for the program.
  • Actively participate in the development of and facilitate parent groups.
  • Actively participate in the development of special events and celebrations with/for families.
  • Ability to maximize program offerings to families from The Homewood Early Learning Hub and Homewood-Brushton Family Support Center.
  • Must maintain a high level of integrity.
  • Must maintain confidentiality of all families.
  • Provides team approach model case management services including: goal setting; networking; and use of community resources, advocacy, referral, and support.
  • Develop mutual trust and cooperation with families to strengthen child and parenting development.
  • Responsible for caseload of approximately 15 (fifteen) to 20 (twenty) families.
  • Transport families to programming, well baby visits, mental health sessions, etc. when possible.
  • Communicate regularly and productively with colleagues within Homewood-Brushton Family Support Center and across the organization.
  • Actively participate in weekly staff meetings.
  • Must maintain files and complete all management information system paperwork accurately as required in a timely manner.
  • Maintain the Homewood-Brushton Family Support Center site and ensure welcoming atmosphere.
  • Relationship or knowledge of the Homewood-Brushton community is helpful.
  • Attend minimum of 20 hours of job-related trainings annually.
Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Child Development, Early Childhood or related field or, High School diploma and five years of related experience in early childhood prevention, human services/or social services working with children and families.
  • Experience with/in home visiting.
  • Ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
  • Ability to work both independently as well as part of a team.
  • Ability to work nights and weekends.
  • Must have their own reliable vehicle (for transporting to/from home visits, etc.)
Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances
  • Clean Act 33 Child Clearance.
  • Clean Act 34 Criminal Clearance.
  • Clean Act 73 FBI Clearance.
  • Valid Driver’s License and proof of insurance.
Benefits
  • Competitive compensation and benefits package.
  • Appreciative inquiry and strengths-based review process.
Interested Applicants

Submit cover letter and resume with a minimum of three work-related references to jobs@tryingtogether.org to apply for the Family Development Specialist. Phone calls will not be accepted. Posting will remain open until filled. View the full Family Development Specialist position description as a (PDF).

 


Professional Growth and Advancement Strategist
Purpose

Working closely with the Director of Learning and Development and Quality Initiatives and ELRC Quality teams, the Professional Growth and Advancement Strategist is responsible for researching, developing, facilitating, and evaluating higher-level professional development opportunities for early education professionals that are aligned with field interests, needs, and trends as well as the organization’s mission, vision, and efforts. Higher level professional development includes career advancement credentialing, higher-education articulation and advancement, and early learning program accreditation. This is a full-time position that includes occasional evening and weekend hours, as well as light travel. The Professional Development Strategist reports to the Director of Learning and Development and is considered an active team member of the Trying Together Quality Initiatives department.

Responsibilities
  • Oversee the coordination, facilitation, and evaluation of the Trying Together early learning Induction and Evaluation programs for Pennsylvania Teacher Certification. The facilitation of such opportunities includes professional development coursework as well as participant and program coaching and mentoring.
  • Oversee the coordination, facilitation, and evaluation of early learning program leadership coursework.
  • Assist in the development, facilitation, and evaluation of professional development opportunities that involve technical assistance, coaching, or mentoring for early educators.
  • Be familiar with and assist in the application and maintenance of national and state professional development certifications (e.g. Act 48; CEUs; PQAS).
  • Be familiar with and oversee the support of early learning programs seeking national accreditation (NAEYC, NECPA, NAFCC).
  • Develop, facilitate, and evaluate professional development opportunities for early learning professionals and stakeholders on topics relevant to and meeting the needs of the field, including but not limited to: developmentally appropriate practices, child development, early learning program leadership, and professionalism within early learning programs.
  • Aide in the reflection and evaluation of projects and programs, working directly with other team members. This process will work to ensure that Trying Together programs and resources pertain to the mission and vision of the organization and more importantly reflect the needs and interests of the communities, at large.
  • Collaborate and work with other Quality Initiatives team members, consultants, and volunteers, as well as Trying Together staff. The Professional Growth and Advancement Strategist will participate in organizational team and all-staff meetings as well as may be asked to participate in other organizational initiatives that relate to the Strategist’s current work efforts and responsibilities.
Qualifications
  • Is familiar with and has experience with the Induction and Evaluation programs for Pennsylvania Teacher Certification.
  • Has experience in developing individualized education plans for early educators as well as appropriately assisting, coaching, and mentoring educators through the completion of such plans.
  • Has experience in supporting early learning program leadership; at minimum, one to three years of program leadership experiences is required.
  • Is familiar with various educational professional development frameworks and standards such as: The Pennsylvania Core Knowledge Competencies; Coaching Powerful Interactions, The Early Childhood Mentoring Curriculum, The Danielson Framework for Teaching, and the NAEYC Standards for Programs Preparing Early Childhood Professionals.
  • Is familiar with and has worked with higher education early childhood education coursework and/or credit-bearing programming.
  • Is familiar with and has worked with national program accreditation systems, such as: NAEYC, NECPA, and/or NAFCC early learning program accreditation.
  • Has effective organizational skills, with the ability to multi-task and pay attention to detail.
  • Has strong oral and written communication skills; public speaking expertise is required.
  • Is able to facilitate professional development opportunities for early education professionals; PQAS certification is highly preferred upon hire and will be a requirement within one year of employment.
  • Maintains confidentiality and values the notion of respect among colleagues. The Professional Growth and Advancement Strategist will be required to abide by the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct for Early Childhood Professionals.
  • Is flexible and open to quick changes being made to better meet the needs of program and project audiences as well as perform other duties to support Trying Together efforts, as assigned.
  • Has the ability to ask questions whenever unclear about a concept, task, or activity.
  • Is able to travel throughout the region in order to attend meetings, visit early education facilities, and perform other duties to support Trying Together efforts, as assigned.
  • Is familiar with and has the ability to manipulate typical organizational technology.
Educational and Professional Requirements
  • A degree in early childhood education or related field (with at least six early education credits); A Master’s degree and a Pennsylvania teaching certification are highly preferred.
  • Experience in public speaking, particularly in the provision of professional growth and development, utilizing appropriate adult learning principles; a current PQAS certification is highly preferred.
Required Clearances
  • Clean Act 33 Child Abuse Clearance
  • Clean Act 34 Criminal Clearance
  • Clean Act 73 FBI Clearance
Physical Requirements
  • Engage in light physical demands, such as lifting small children up to 30 lbs.
  • Facilitate public speaking experiences and large group presentations.
Benefits
  • Competitive compensation and benefits package.
  • Appreciative inquiry and strengths-based review process.
Salary
  • Commensurate with experience.
Interested Applicants

Submit cover letter and resume with a minimum of three work-related references to jobs@tryingtogether.org to apply for the Professional Growth and Advancement Strategist. Phone calls will not be accepted. Posting will remain open until May 17, 2019.