Caregiver Teacher (Infants/Toddlers)


Head Start/Early Head Start


Early Head Start

Reports to

Child Development Center (CDC) Supervisor

Job Summary

In accordance with established program standards, state and federal regulations, as applicable, provide care and supervision for infants/toddlers (6 weeks – 36 months) enrolled in the Early Head Start program Overall responsibilities include: maintain a safe, healthy and compliant environment for care and development of children; care for children based on immediate need; prepare and implement curriculum and ageappropriate developmental experiences; supervise children in the classroom and during developmentally appropriate activities; implement Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP), as applicable; conduct ageappropriate developmental screenings; conduct parent-teacher conferences and home visits; promote parent involvement in the classroom and/or center through implementation of center activities and parent meetings; track and report parent volunteer hours; conduct inventory of classroom equipment and supplies; maintain current recordkeeping compliant with program procedures; attend staff meetings, training and workshops; perform other related duties as required.


Minimum, 2-Year degree (Associate) in Early Childhood Education (ECE) /Child Development and two (2) years demonstrated experience working with young children; must have a valid State of Ohio Driver’s License and transportation (some travel required for home visits, training and getting to/from assigned worksite located across the Summit County area); computer literacy; criminal background checks conducted.

Pay Rate

$14.20 p/hr., Pay Level 8 (2-Year Degree, ECE/Child Development)
$15.63 p/hr., Pay Level 9 (4-Year Degree, ECE/Child Development)


Medical, Life, Dental, Vision, Prescription, 403-b Retirement Plan with employer matching, Paid Holidays, Employee Assistance Program and other benefits as applicable to work classification.


Regular, Full-time /Year-around (11 months)

FLSA Status


Site Assignment

Child Development Centers are located throughout Summit County. Worksite assignments are based on program needs and subject to change during the course of employment.

Posting Dates 


Send Resume/Application to:

Community Action Akron Summit
Human Resources Department
55 East Mill Street, Akron, Ohio 44308
Or, E-mail resume to resumes@ca-akron.org

*This position is subject to Ohio Association of Public Schools Employees-Local 146 Participation

NO PHONE CALLS. Applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Applications/resumes are kept on file for 6-months.

For employment opportunities and other agency information visit www.ca-akron.org

At-Will Employment / EOE