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Early Head Start Teacher

Job Description:

Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education / Child Development or Elementary Education or an Associates's Degree in Early Childhood Education plus the CDA credential.

Work with parents and children in the classroom setting and during home visits to insure parental input in daily programming planning. Plan write and implement individual and group lesson plans. Create and maintain a safe, healthy, and developmentally focused learning environment. Administer developmental screening device, observe and assess the development of each child, write and implement the Individual Education Plan. Submit reports to coordinator(s) and supervisor. Attend staff and parent meetings, and mandatory trainings.


At a minimum, a current CDA (infant toddler) credential and have been trained (or have equivalent coursework) in Early Childhood Development with infant/toddler endorsement and have been trained or have equivalent coursework in age appropriate early childhood and child development with a focus on infant/toddler development.

Must pass requirements for licensing including criminal background check, DHS Central Registry Clearance, Fingerprinting and drug screening.

Job Type:





Negotiable with the right candidate



Driver/Maintenance Person(s)

Job Description:

The Driver/Maintenance person under the supervision of the VP of Facilities, Technology, & Engineering or his/her designee is responsible for the cleaning, maintenance and repair of the Agency's offices, building and grounds to ensure that the building, units and offices are appropriately maintained in accordance with FWS standards and guidelines. The Driver/Maintenance person is also responsible for transporting FWS program participants as assigned.

General Responsibilities:

  • Cleaning bathrooms, offices, replenishing supplies daily, emptying office / building trash into larger outdoor receptacles.

  • Making minor repairs to equipment and buildings; including plumbing repairs, cleaning drains and unplugging toilets, and other assigned maintenance duties

  • painting

  • Upkeep of outside grounds including picking up debris; putting down salt in the winter and/or shoveling snow off the sidewalks and steps

  • Opening and/or securing building (day and/or night)

  • Clean vehicle after each use, record mileage, report accidents/incidents immediately to supervisor

  • Assist Senior citizens on and off the vehicles.

  • Transport youth and senior participants to events as assigned



  • High school diploma and/or its equivalent

  • Valid CDL with class P endorsement required

  • Valid Medical Certification Required

  • Ability to operate light and commercial passenger vehicles

  • Ability to pass a Michigan State Police Clearance check, Fingerprinting, DHS Central Registry Clearance, and drug screen

Job Type:





Negotiable with the right candidate.




Maintenance Person(s)

Job Description:

The Maintenance person under the supervision of the Vice President of Facilities, Technology, & Engineering or his/her designee is responsible for the cleaning, maintenance and repair of the Agency's offices, building and grounds to ensure that the building, units and offices are appropriately maintained in accordance with FWS standards and guidelines.

General Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate, repair and maintain plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems in the building

  • Communicate with facilities management about any work that requires outside expert assistance

  • Receive and respond to tenant reports of mechanical or maintenance issues on their premises

  • Work with tools and supplies necessary to complete projects

  • Maintain corporate safety procedures at all times and comply with access control regulations

  • Maintain fire, carbon monoxide, smoke and other safety systems within the structure

  • Calibrate instruments and tools required for job responsibilities

  •  As well as any other duties assigned by the Facilities Manager. 


General Duties:

  • Receives oral or written orders from Head Custodian and Head of Building Services.

  • Performs work according to standard procedure and by building's operational schedule.

  • Cleans rooms, hallways, restrooms, locker rooms, offices, stairways and windows.

  • Uses brooms, mops, and floor equipment to sweep, mop, strip and wax floors.

  • Uses vacuum cleaners to clean rugs, carpets, upholstered furniture and blinds.

  • Dusts furniture and equipment.

  • Washes walls, ceilings, woodwork, windows, doors and sills.

  • Makes minor carpentry, electrical, mechanical and plumbing repairs.

  • Performs touch up and finish painting.

  • Empties wastebaskets.

  • Replenishes restroom supplies.

  • Replaces light bulbs.

  • Sets up and tears down chairs, tables and equipment in meeting rooms, and function rooms.

  • Prepares rooms for use by Library Board and organizations.

  • Clears snow from entrances and walkways.

  • Picks up and delivers supplies and materials to rooms.

  • Follows all applicable safety rules and procedures.

  • Opens and closes library building according to security procedures.

  • Reports work accomplished orally or on written work order to supervisor.

Additional Duties:

  • Participates in general cleaning, painting, and repair work.

  • Uses hand tools and power tools in making minor maintenance repairs and maintaining grounds and walks.

  • Assists in shipping and receiving of supplies and materials.

  • Provides assistance to agency executives, staff, visitors, and other employees as necessary.

  • Checks building at beginning and end of shifts.

  • Participates in building coverage by working evenings and Saturday rotation as required.


  • The skills and knowledge required would generally be obtained with previous experience in building cleaning and maintenance work.

  • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved oral or written instructions.

  • Ability to relate to officials, staff and public in a courteous manner.

  • Ability to acquire job skills with three months of on-the-job training.

  • Ability to lift and carry objects weighing from 15 to 25 pounds.

  • Ability to work occasionally in poor weather conditions, including heat, cold, rain, or snow


We’re looking for a professional(s) who can take the initiative and help anticipate problems before they occur. The ideal candidate will be able to communicate effectively with their supervisor, tenants, the Executive Leadership team, visitors and anyone else he or she encounters on the job.



Negotiable with the right candidate.

Early Head Start Teacher
Driver Maintenance Person(s)
Maintenance Person(s)
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