Early Intervention - Colorado’s Early Intervention program provides supports and services to children with developmental delays or disabilities and their families from birth until the child’s third birthday. Early Intervention Colorado can help families learn ways to support and promote their child’s development within their everyday routines and activities. Please contact Katrina Kramer-Wall at 303-646-6717 or kwall@ecsdd.org.  For more information visit http://www.ecsdd.org/new-page.

Child Find - Free developmental screenings/evaluations for children birth - 5. Not sure which school district you're in? Type your address in and your district will be just below your address on the results page. https://dps.schoolmint.net/school-finder/home

Nurse-Family Partnership - NFP empowers first-time moms to transform their lives and create better futures for themselves and their babies. https://www.nursefamilypartnership.org/

Pines and Plains Libraries - Find story times and other fun activities at your local branch. https://pplibraries.org.

Baby Bear Hugs - Baby Bear Hugs changes the lives of “soon to be”  parents and families with infants and toddlers in  Eastern Colorado by providing parenting education,  resources, and support. http://www.babybearhugs.org/elbert-county.html

Thrift Stores/Clothing

Food Banks

Elbert County Department of Human Services - Public Health's goal is to protect, promote, and improve the health, environment, and quality of life to the residents of Elbert County. Programs include Child and Adult Protection, Childcare Assistance, Food Assistance, Cash Assistance payments for low income persons, elderly and disabled residents who qualify, Child Support Services, and Low Income Energy Assistance (LEAP) https://elbertcounty-co.gov/health_and_human_services.php



Position requirements:

Experience in preschool classroom environments.

Ability to work collaboratively with early childhood staff, teachers, and community members.

Ability and willingness to work with others’ schedules to coordinate, plan and implement classroom observations, staff meetings, and early childhood council activities.

Create written reports based on observations including helpful suggestions for appropriate early childhood practices.

Develop and maintain relationships with early childhood educators on multiple campuses.

Candidate must provide own reliable transportation.

Understand that this is an hourly pay contract position which does not include benefits or tax withholding. Approximate hours would be 10-12 hours a week during the school year. Compensation is dependent on experience.

The preferred person for this position will:

  • Have or be willing to obtain Colorado Coaching Certification (includes attending trainings and passing exams)

  • Complete Relationship-Based Professional Development training, or other approved coaching-specific training.

  • Be or become Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale (ECERS) certified.

  • Be or become Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) certified.

  • Complete at least 2 observations and reports annually per preschool classroom within Elbert County Early Childhood Council’s member preschools in compliance with Colorado Preschool Program requirements.

  • Have the skills and disposition required to be effective in fostering professional development, advocating for early childhood best practices, and promoting quality outcomes for early childhood educators and their students.

It is the policy of the ECECC to ensure equal employment opportunity without discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, citizenship, national origin, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Please submit resume and cover letter to trackerman@esdk12.org. Posting closes 3/31/2021


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