Come join our team of professionals supporting young children, their families and early educators in our community! A commitment to inclusion, learning, collaboration, and persistence as well as a can-do attitude, sense of humor, and ability to build responsive relationships are essential.
Current job openings
- Supervised Visitation Program Coordinator
- Part-time Toddler Teacher
- CIS Consultation and Behavior Support Specialist
- CIS Child Care Coordinator
Benefits package for full-time employees (30+ hours)
- Paid Holidays & Time Off
- Retirement plan match
- Professional Development
- Tuition discount for staff members’ children
- Supplemental health, vision, dental and life insurance
- Employee Assistance Program
- Contribution towards Health Insurance premium
- Vision Insurance
- Short-term disability, life insurance, accidental death, and dismemberment
- Dental Insurance
- Dependent Life Insurance
- Health Savings Account (depending on health insurance plan)
Supervised Visitation Program Coordinator
The Supervised Visitation Program provides fully supervised visitation, semi-supervised visitation and supervised exchanges between children and their non-custodial parents. The program strives to help families function together in safe and healthy ways. It provides an open and welcoming environment for parents and children to foster and support building and maintaining secure and healthy relationships.
The Coordinator is responsible for all operations of the program, including intakes, scheduling, supervision of all visits, communication with courts and community partners, maintaining detailed visit notes, and grant reporting.
- Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field required.
Please send cover letter and resume to: Jasmine Martin, The Winston Prouty Center, 209 Austine Drive, Brattleboro, VT 05301, firstname.lastname@example.org.
CIS Consultation and Behavior Support Specialist
The Winston Prouty Center is seeking a Consultation and Behavior Support Specialist for our Children’s Integrated Services Team. This person partners with families and early learning programs to support children in developing positive behavior and social-emotional skills and to help create environments necessary for learning those skills.
The Consultation and Behavior Support Specialist is a member of the CIS Early Childhood Family Mental Health (ECFMH) Team, which includes clinicians from HCRS who are part of Children’s Integrated Services (CIS). This team works with families and children up to age 6 as well as early learning programs to support social emotional development. Services include direct work with children and families at home and school and coaching for individual classrooms and programs around implementing the Pyramid Model approach.
- Serve as a member of the ECFMH Team, which includes Winston Prouty Center Programs, the supervisory unions and the early childhood community programs.
- Attend and participate in Staff, Core and Regional Advisory Team meetings, other training and meetings as required, as representative of the WPC and CIS programs.
- Provide consultation and behavior support services to children and families in the child’s natural setting.
- Provide support to teachers and child care providers working directly with children on One Plan goals.
- Work with early educators and administrators in coordinating and delivering services to families.
- Model family-centered practice.
- Provide data on children and families as determined by federal and state guidelines, including Medicaid billing.
- Participate in outreach and education activities community agencies, programs and organizations, to facilitate the referral process and to develop collaborative relationships with community resources.
- Attend statewide support and training meetings of Children’s Integrated Services.
- Bachelors degree in early childhood education, social work, counseling, psychology or related field required
- Two year’s experience working in the field
- Knowledge of the Pyramid Model/Early Multi-Tiered Systems of Support preferred, training available.
Please send resume and cover letter and salary requirements to: Kathy Hallock, The Winston Prouty Center, 209 Austine Drive, Brattleboro, VT 05301, email@example.com
CIS Child Care Coordinator
The CIS Childcare Coordinator helps child care providers, social workers, families, and community partners with issues related to specialized child care.
- Assist families in navigating the Child Care Financial Assistance Program and identifying specialized childcare providers and connecting them to community resources that may support their needs.
- Support the administering of Financial Assistance Program benefits for the following service needs: Child Care Family Support, Child with Special Health Needs, and Protective Service.
- Provide technical assistance to child care providers to support the successful enrollment and healthy development of children with special health needs.
- Collect and report on data that relates to children enrolled in specialized child care and services provided to specialized child care providers
- Associates degree required.
Please send cover letter and resume to: Tonya Kangas, The Winston Prouty Center, 209 Austine Drive, Brattleboro, VT 05301, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Toddler Teacher
Come join our award-winning, high quality early learning program! We are seeking joyful and energetic professionals to join our team. A commitment to inclusion, learning, collaboration, and persistence as well as a can-do attitude, sense of humor, and ability to build responsive relationships are essential.
- In conjunction with the teaching team, plan and implement a Reggio-inspired emergent curriculum that promotes children’s cognitive, social, emotional and physical development and learning
- Provide children with developmentally appropriate guidance that promotes children’s self-regulation, self-esteem and positive, respectful relationships with others
- In conjunction with the teaching team, create and maintain an environment that supports children’s learning and safe, independent exploration
- Develop positive relationships with families and encouraging parent involvement
- Learn alongside the children, developing his or her own knowledge
- High School diploma required
The schedule is Monday-Friday, 12:00-5:00pm.
Founded in 1969, the Winston Prouty Center provides inclusive education and support to promote the success of children and families. Our NAEYC-accredited 5-STAR Early Learning Center (ELC) is licensed to serve 68 children ages 6 weeks – 5 years. The ELC is an inclusive program that uses the Roots Approach, which is influenced by the work of Magda Gerber/Emmi Pickler/RIE, Early MTSS, CSEFEL Pyramid Model, and Brazelton Touchpoints. The Roots Approach is Responsive, Respectful, Relationship-based, Reflective Early Care and Education.
Please send cover letter and resume to: Honor Woodrow, The Winston Prouty Center, 209 Austine Drive, Brattleboro, VT 05301, email@example.com