Employment Opportunities

Start your career with Family Enrichment Network and make a difference in your community

Below you will find the available opportunities at the Family Enrichment Network as well as an employment application. For more information, contact Mary DiFulvio at (607) 723-8313 ext. 814 or mdifulvio@familyenrichment.org.

Please mail all applications to:

Family Enrichment Network

Attn: Mary DiFulvio

24 Cherry Street

Johnson City, NY

13790

Click this link for an employment application: Employment Application


Speech/Language Pathologist

Become part of a multidisciplinary preschool team working in integrated early childhood settings.  Responsible for evaluations, treatment plans, and direct service.  Center based (no travel).  NYS licensed, preschool exp. preferred.  Competitive Salary.  Position is in Broome County


Early Head Start Teacher

The Early Head Start Teacher leads the classroom team in assessing and responding to the individual needs of Early Head Start participants and makes weekly contact to assess educational, health, nutrition, and social service needs and to enhance the parent(s)’ ability to meet those needs through the appropriate use of community resources. AAS in ECE or Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential for Infant and Toddler Caregivers or an equivalent credential that addresses comparable competencies. At least two years demonstrated experience working with infants/toddlers and families of low‑income.   Willingness to become knowledgeable regarding Head Start philosophy and regulations and the community we serve.  Car and Drivers License required.


Family Advocate

The Family Advocate works together with families enrolled in the Early Head Start Programs to assess family functioning and enhance parent(s)' ability to meet their own needs through the appropriate use of community resources. Additionally, the Family Advocate carries-out recruitment and transition activities.  BA Degree in Human Services or related field with knowledge of child development.  At least two years demonstrated experience working with infants/toddlers and families of low income.   Job requires traveling within area served by the program. Must have valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle.  Position may require evening and weekend hours.


Certified Teacher

Leads the classroom team in assessing, planning, and responding to the individual needs of Head Start and Johnson City School District sponsored children enrolled in a full day, full year Universal Pre-kindergarten program.  Bachelor's Degree with Teacher Certification.  At least two years experience teaching in a developmentally appropriate preschool setting.  Willing to become knowledgeable regarding Head Start philosophy, local School District and NYS Office of Children and Family Services regulations, and the community we serve. Ability to work collaboratively as a team member with designated school district staff /officials. Job requires traveling within the area served by the program.  Must have valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle.


Special Education Preschool Teacher

The Special Education Services Teacher leads a multidisciplinary classroom team in assessing and responding to the individual needs of children with disabilities in the Special Education Services Program.  Birth-2 NYS Certification in Special Education.  Experience working in a classroom setting with preschool children with special needs.  Job requires traveling within area served by the program.  Must have valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle.


1:1 Aide

The Special Education Services One-on-One Aide assists a designated child with disabilities participating in the Special Education Services Program to carryout their Individual Education Plan. High School diploma or GED.  Experience working one-on-one in a preschool setting with children with disabilities.

 


Early Head Start Teacher

The Early Head Start Teacher leads the classroom team in assessing and responding to the individual needs of Early Head Start participants and makes weekly contact to assess educational, health, nutrition, and social service needs and to enhance the parent(s)’ ability to meet those needs through the appropriate use of community resources. AAS in ECE or Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential for Infant and Toddler Caregivers or an equivalent credential that addresses comparable competencies. At least two years demonstrated experience working with infants/toddlers and families of low‑income.   Willingness to become knowledgeable regarding Head Start philosophy and regulations and the community we serve.  Car and Drivers License required.


Food Services Coordinator

The Food Service Coordinator, in partnership with parents, helps prepare meals for children attending full and part-day classroom sessions at two Head Start sites and all other Agency Programs that serve food.  This person also carries-out the Head Start nutrition curriculum for children and parents.  AAS degree in Dietary Management or related degree with an emphasis on food and nutrition; or high school diploma with formal training in food service and ServSafe Certified. Willingness to participate in nutrition training to enhance skills.  CPR preferred. Able to work with persons of varying socio-economic, ethnic, and educational backgrounds. Willing to become knowledgeable regarding Head Start philosophy and regulations and the community we serve. Ability to work cooperatively as a team member and communicate effectively with others.  Job requires traveling within area served by the program.  Must have valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle.

The health of food service employees must be in compliance with or conform to New York State Public Health Law 225. Employment is contingent upon the ability to perform the following functions of this position.  


Youth Employment Casemanager

The Youth Employment Casemanager works together with program participants to establish employment and personal goals.  Participants are selected from referrals from DSS ages 14-19 and are living at 200% of the poverty level.  The Youth Employment Case Manager assigns job activities and meets with participants daily to empower them to meet their goals.  The position provides guidance and assistance to program participants in order to ensure a successful outcome.   Associates degree in Human Development, Human Services, Social Work, or related field.  Experience working with youth and at-risk populations.  Job requires traveling within area served by the program.  Must have valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle.


Bus Driver

The Bus Driver safely transports children and families participating in the Head Start program and Agency sponsored programs. Position requires person with a High School Diploma / GED and successful completion of the NYS School Bus Driver Basic Course of Instruction.  Must be at least 21 years of age with a valid NYS Commercial Driver's License (Class "C" or higher with passenger endorsement) also has or is willing to attain an “S” Endorsement as required by Federal Regulations.   Position will require ability to work split shifts and evening runs as scheduled. 

Employment is contingent upon the ability to perform the following functions; passage of a physical examination required by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, passage of the School Bus Driver Physical Performance Test in accordance with Section 156.3C of the Commissioner’s Regulations.  Compliance, and compliance with Family Enrichment Network's alcohol and Controlled Substance Management Program in accordance with the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991.


Community Habilitation Specialist

The Community Habilitation Specialist works with individuals with disabilities to develop and implement the individual's Habilitation Plan, safeguards, and assists individuals in meeting their objectives. Associate's Degree with one year of hands-on experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred. Valid New York State driver's license and an insured, registered motor vehicle.  Job requires some nights and weekends.  Applicants must pass a pre-hire abuse registry check and comply with fingerprinting in accordance to OPWDD regulations.