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Current Openings at Action for Children:
- Professional Development Program Coordinator | The Professional Development (PD) Coordinator is responsible for both long-term program planning and day-to-day aspects of the PD program. The goal of the PD program is to provide high-quality, accessible trainings and other learning opportunities to child care programs and professionals throughout Central Ohio. The PD Coordinator supervises a small team, and works closely with the Child Development Associate (CDA) team and others. The PD Coordinator reports to the Program Manager for Professional Education. Click here for more information and how to apply.
- BOSS Budget and Finance Coach | Action for Children (AFC) is seeking an individual to join its Child Care and Education Initiatives team as a member of our newly established business support program for child care centers and family child care homes. The Business & Organizational Support Services (The BOSS) will help child care providers manage their finances, hire and retain qualified staff, increase their enrollment, and otherwise help programs to increase their financial viability and quality, and better serve children and families. Click here for more information and how to apply.
- Child Development Associate (CDA) Program Coordinator | The CDA Coordinator is responsible for both long-term program planning and day-to-day functions of the CDA program. The goal of the CDA program is to provide high-quality, accessible, culturally-responsive training for new and experienced child care professionals, in both center- and home-based settings. The CDA program provides coursework, classroom coaching, mentorship, and supports for administrators. The CDA Coordinator supervises one individual directly, and works closely with the Professional Development and other teams. The CDA Coordinator reports to the Program Manager for Professional Education. Click here for more information and how to apply.
New positions will be posted as they become available. We are always interested to meet talented professionals to join our team!
Action for Children has adopted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy focused on safeguarding the health and safety of our employees and their families, our customers and visitors, and our community. This policy will comply with all applicable laws and follows the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) and local public health authorities. All employees are required to receive vaccinations unless a reasonable medical or religious accommodation is approved. Applicants for openings will be notified of Action for Children’s vaccine requirement, and will, if hired, be required to be fully vaccinated or get their first vaccination shot prior to their start date (and in the case of Pfizer or Moderna, get their second shot 2-4 weeks after the first one). They will comply by showing proof of vaccination by the above deadlines, absent an accommodation or exemption.
Volunteer for Action for Children
We offer volunteer opportunities during office hours, Monday through Friday, as well as special events during office or non-office hours. Opportunities range from using your office and computer skills to assist our staff or working with staff on short-term special events, projects, and fundraising.
For more information about volunteer opportunities available at Action for Children, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internships at Action for Children
We welcome college interns from around the State of Ohio. We offer a variety of hands-on professional experiences in an environment that encourages your personal and professional development.
For more information about internships at AFC, please send an email to email@example.com.
Action for Children is committed to continuously creating a culture of diversity and inclusion within our organization. Read our Diversity Statement to learn more about our commitment.