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Head Start Health/Family/Nutrition Services Manager
This position is responsible for planning and administering program services for children and families in the Head Start program. Services must be coordinated with staff in other program content areas and must include ongoing assessment of the quality of services provided. 
Education: BA degree in health, nutrition, family services psychology, sociology or related field. 
 

Head Start Lead Teacher- Zia Pueblo
Lead Teacher demonstrates competency to perform functions that include; responsibility for pre-planned classroom activities with the Teacher Assistant. Administers planned instructional activities and evaluates children as directed. 
Education: BA or advanced degree in early childhood education. Completion of the 45 hour Early Childhood class. 
 

Head Start Substitute Teacher-Floater All sites: Cochiti, Zia and Santa Ana Pueblos
Sub-Floater covers teaching and cooking staff as needed. Helps in classroom or kitchen to ensure and maintain services to the children are on-going in which will carry on at times we have an increased need for staff coverage. 
Qualifications: At least 18 years of age, High School diploma or GED. Possess New Mexico Food Handlers Certificate. Personal computer and word processing skills. Preferred Qualifications: CDA, AA in Early Childhood Education or related field

Head Start Cook  2 Positions open : Bernalillo/Santa Ana Pueblo and Zia Pueblo 
Plan, prepare and serve all meals in compliance with Head Start Performance Standards, USDA, State Food Service standards and Child Care Food Programs guidelines. Purchase food items. Meet or exceed all safety sanitation and nutrition requirements. Responsible for submitting food menues to Head Start administrator by deadline and ascertain food order matches with planned menu.  
Qualifications: At least 18 years of age, High School diploma or GED. Possess New Mexico Food Handlers Certificate. 

Senior Farmers Market Program Manager Contract/Seasonal     WIC Program
This position manages federal grants and any other funding available for the program and assures federal and state requirements are met. Monitors farmers, updating, provides forms, manuals and policies to providers. Ensures Farmers Markets have necessary materials and equipment to perform all SFMNP requirements. Provides support and e-solution trainings to the WIC clinics. Markets and farmers. Creates financial and program reports for analysis and federal grants. 
Qualifications: Strong grammar and spelling, competent computer skills and good communication. Very organized and outstanding customer service. Skilled in operating computer cloud-based/app systems. BA degree in any field or High School diploma with 5 years experience. 
Preferred Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Proficiency with computer software programs, Microsoft Ofice including expertise using Excel for data management and analysis. Ability to use statistical analysis sofe=tware to analyzew large databases. Presenting to large groups. 

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