Career Opportunities

 

Early Childhood Education Program Coordinator

The Early Childhood Education (ECE) Program Coordinator is responsible for the administration of UVFC’s Niños Activos Program in Calistoga and St. Helena, coordinating early learning and socialization activities for children ages 0-5 and their parents 4x/week. This position, under the supervision of UVFC’s Education Manager will design and implement developmentally appropriate activities for families that they can replicate at home. This position will also be responsible for administering developmental screenings for children ages 0-5 using the Ages and Stages Questionnaire, and connecting families to resources as appropriate. The ECE Program Coordinator will also administer the Raising A Reader Program. [click here for more information and how to apply]

 

Education Program Specialist

Acting as a liaison between the UpValley Family Centers, local school districts, families, and volunteers, the Education Program Specialist will recruit and train volunteer tutors, match tutors with students in need of academic or technical support, and ensure a smooth experience for all stakeholders in this program. Tutors will be paired with students onsite at local elementary schools during the school day or virtually. This position will also assist with UVFC’s early learning playgroups, supporting families with children ages 0-5. The individual in this position will coordinate with UVFC’s Early Childhood Education Program Coordinator to create developmentally appropriate activities and help facilitate our Niños Activos playgroup 4x/week. [click here for more information and how to apply]

 

Development Associate

The Development Associate reports to the Development Director and plays a pivotal role in ensuring that the agency can meet and exceed its annual fundraising goals. The Development Associate will lead the accurate processing of donations, including grants, and ensuring that all gifts are acknowledged in a timely manner. The Development Associate also works closely with the Development Director and Communications & Volunteer Manager to implement successful fundraising campaigns, events, and other donor appreciation and engagement activities. [click here for more information and how to apply]

Community Liaison

The Community Liaison provides guided referrals and information to the community in general. They work collaboratively with UVFC staff and service providers, school personnel, and the staff of Napa County Health and Human Services. The Community Liaison is the first person clients come into contact with at the Center. It is their responsibility to help families feel comfortable in the Center, connect families with service providers and support the overall operations of the Center. [click here for more information and how to apply]