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The CDA Facilitator/Coach provides holistic supports, individual guidance, and leadership to groups of early childhood professionals completing the Child Development Associate® (CDA) credential. This position works closely with the Early Childhood Innovation Center (ECIC) at Delaware State University (DSU) to implement an evidence-based model designed to empower professionals through the credentialing process through relationship-based coaching and cohort facilitation.
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The ELA Teacher is responsible for the planning and implementation of age-appropriate high-quality learning experiences that ensure effective curriculum implementation and the use of assessment. The ELA Teacher provides a safe, developmentally appropriate learning environment where children have the opportunity to develop cognitive, social, emotional, self-care and physical skills. This position utilizes superior classroom management skills while providing effective and nurturing teacher-child interactions and promoting individual child development. The ELA Teacher also builds partnerships with families to assist them in identifying goals, strengths, needed services, and support systems.
The Education Coordinator is responsible for the overall development, implementation, and monitoring of high-quality educational and enrichment programming, as well as the day-to-day operations and leadership of programming for school-age youth (ages 5-12). The Education Coordinator provides ongoing guidance and support to school-age staff, working to increase employee job performance and satisfaction to benefit the organization and the youth it serves.
The Case Manager – Navigational Coach is responsible for building partnerships with families to assist them in identifying strengths, needed services, goals, and support systems in order to facilitate economic mobility. The Case Manager – NavigationalCoach works as a part of the interdisciplinary team of the EMPOWER (Economic Mobility Places Ownership Within Everyone’s Reach) Program, advocating for participant needs and creating a strategy for holistic services. This position is also responsible for increasing the availability and accessibility of a range of services for high-risk families by coordinating partnerships with organizations to provide health, financial, and educational, and crisis alleviation programs and services.
This opportunity is ideally suited to an experienced case/care management professional who is high-energy, innovative, collaborative, able to move “at the speed of WRK” (fast paced) and interested in using skills to help evolve the way we serve our customers.
The Case Manager is responsible for providing ongoing guidance and counseling to out-of-school youth ages 16-24. This position will serve as the main touchpoint and advocate for youth from recruitment, orientation, and intake through program completion and post-exit follow-up services (one year after exit). The Case Manager will drive youth success by assisting youth with goal-setting, following up to provide assistance and alleviate barriers to success, and documenting outcomes achieved.
The Warehouse Administrative Specialist is responsible for entering data into database systems (i.e., RecDesk, Bloomerang, DJL, etc.) efficiently and accurately. The Warehouse Administrative Specialist also interfaces with customers and provides administrative assistance to the operations department.
The Education Specialist is responsible for the planning and implementation of high-quality learning experiences. The Education Specialist leads educational programs, develops curricula, prepares lessons and relevant presentations/materials, and facilitates classes, workshops, and other training services. This position utilizes superior classroom management skills while building partnerships with families to assist them in identifying goals, strengths, needed services, and support systems.
The Benefits Specialist/HR Generalist is responsible for managing and administering the day-to-day operations of the WRK Group’s benefits programs (including health, dental, vision, short-term and long-term disability, worker’s compensation, life insurance, flexible spending plan, retirement plans, and life insurance). The person in this role has in-depth knowledge of human resources with a specialty in benefits and the federal and state laws that govern them.
This opportunity is ideally suited to an experienced HR professional who is high-energy, innovative, collaborative, able to move “at the speed of WRK” (fast paced) and interested in using HR skills to help evolve the way we serve our employees.
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This position is responsible for collecting and interpreting data to help the organization take actionable steps to improve performance and meet goals This includes gathering information and statistics, building charts and graphs to present results to leadership and finding ways to improve organizational efficiencies using gathered data.