Head Start/Early Head Start Substitute

JOB CLASSIFICATION:  Variable Hour

RATE OF PAY:  $9.54 hr.

NUMBER OF HOURS PER WEEK:  Variable

NUMBER OF MONTHS PER YEAR:  12 months

LOCATION:   Tazewell County and Bland/Smyth/Wythe

DUTIES: The Substitute is under the direct supervision of the Teacher and is responsible for assisting classroom staff in carrying out daily curriculum, supervision of children, meal preparation, cleaning duties, etc. as needed.

EDUCATION: High school diploma or GED required; Prefer experience (day care, parenting, working with pre-school children in camp, church settings, or other) in working with pre-school children.

ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES: Must have a valid driver’s license and satisfactory driving record.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:  Must submit to Fingerprinting check, Child Protective Services check, Department of Motor Vehicle check, Criminal Background check and submit to pre-employment drug and alcohol test.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  Must be able to lift up to and carry 50 lbs. and this position may require constant or extensive standing, walking, bending, stooping, reaching, hearing, seeing, speaking, and lifting.

PREFERENCES:  (Current and former Head Start parent, active Agency volunteers, current work experience participants, interns).

HOW TO APPLY:  If in-house applicant, please submit intent to apply by e-mail to Chris Thompson, chris.thompson@clinchvalleycaa.org or Shelia Smith, ssmith@clinchvalleycaa.org.

DEADLINE: Applications/e-mails will be accepted through December 11, 2020 12:00 noon, or until position is filled.

Accounting Clerk

JOB CLASSIFICATION:  Non-Exempt

RATE OF PAY:  Grade 3 (Starting at $12.00 hr.)

NUMBER OF HOURS PER WEEK:  52 weeks, 40 hours weekly

LOCATION:   CVCA Main Office

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Accounting Clerk generally performs billing and accounting responsibilities.  His/Her duties include supporting accounts receivable, accounts payable and reconciliations, accounts receivable, verifying receipts and deposits, coding and preparing and maintaining records among other job obligations.  Attendance is a mandatory job function. Works toward ROMA goals.

EDUCATION and QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of Associate’s Degree in Accounting or a related field required. Payroll processing experience preferred.  Fund accounting experience preferred. Good computer skills, with proficiency in Word and Excel. Proficient use of Word, Excel, Access and other software packages preferred.  GMS accounting experience a plus.  Extensive knowledge of and experience with various types of insurance, i.e. worker’s compensation, liability, etc.;

ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS: Must have a satisfactory driving record; Must be willing to attend overnight or out-of-town travel; Must possess or secure First Aid/CPR Certification;

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:  Must get TB screening or PPD, Physical, CPS, DMV, Criminal Record check; Must be proficient in English;

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  Must be able to lift 25 lbs. This position may require constant or extensive standing, sitting, walking, bending, stooping, reaching, hearing, seeing, speaking, and lifting;

PREFERENCES:  (Current and former Head Start parent, active Agency volunteers, interns;

HOW TO APPLY: If you are a current employee, please send email or letter of interest to Chris Thompson chris.thompson@clinchvalleycaa.org or Shelia Smith ssmith@clinchvalleycaa.org;    If you are a current or former Head Start parent, active agency volunteer, or intern, please submit your application to the staff listed above;

DEADLINE: Until such position is filled;

Application may be found on CVCA’s website at www.clinchvalleycaa.org;

AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY/DRUGFREE WORKPLACE EMPLOYER

FCS Crisis Advocate

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT:  FCS Crisis AdvocateJOB CLASSIFICATION:  Non-exempt, Part-time, 12 months

RATE OF PAY: Grade 3 (Shift Differential)

NUMBER OF HOURS PER WEEK:  Up to 29 hours per week

LOCATION:   Main Office

This position is considered Medium Risk for COVID-19 Standards.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Crisis Advocate is responsible for case management/assessment, advocacy and peer counseling for individuals and families experiencing intimate partner violence and sexual violence. Responsibilities include interviewing, gathering case information, following up with clients, maintaining files and performing data entry.  She/He is responsible for providing peer counseling, helping clients set goals, documenting client interaction, providing limited transportation and offering case management. He/She will be responsible for providing coverage for the agency hotline, educating clients about dynamics of domestic violence and sexual assault and options/resources available, and meeting ROMA goals. Attendance and punctuality are essential functions of the job.

EDUCATION:  ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS:

  • Associate’s Degree preferred and/or any combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform this job;
  • Must work well with persons of varied sexual preference, racial, ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds;
  • Knowledge of counseling and advocacy techniques for people who have been victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, including crisis intervention and case management skills beneficial;
  • Must exercise sound judgment, cope with stress and crisis situations in a calm manner and who models non-violent behavior;
  • Management and supervisory skills necessary and must maintain confidentiality. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and possess the ability to cross-communicate among diverse groups and facilitate problem resolution;
  • Must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;
  • Must be able and willing to attend out of town, overnight meetings;
  • Must be able to work flexible hours;
  • Must be able to work independently and with minimal supervision; and
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and preferably databases.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:  Must get TB screening, Physical, Sex Offender Check, CPS, DMV, Criminal Record check, must be proficient in English;

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  Ability to lift and carry a minimum number of 25 pounds.   This position requires bending, lifting, walking, talking, seeing, sitting, running, speaking, and hearing

PREFERENCES:  (Current and former Head Start parent, active Agency volunteers, current work experience participants, interns)

HOW TO APPLY:   (E-mail/Application/Resume’/In Person/Mail)

DEADLINE: Until position is filled.

CONTACT INFORMATION:  Please submit e-mail with application/resume’ to  chris.thompson@clinchvalleycaa.org, or ssmith@clinchvalleycaa.org or mail to CVCA, P.O. Box 188, North Tazewell, VA  24630.  On-line and printable application may be found on CVCA’s website at www.clinchvalleycaa.org

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/DRUG FREE WORKPLACE

Head Start Center Aide/Bus Driver (Smyth County)

JOB CLASSIFICATION:  Non-Exempt

RATE OF PAY: Starting at $9.71 per hour

NUMBER OF HOURS PER WEEK:  Avg. 44 weeks, 40 hours per week

NUMBER OF MONTHS PER YEAR:  10 months

LOCATION:   Will be assigned to Smyth County

This position is classified as Medium Risk for COVID-19 standards

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Cook is responsible for ensuring that meals are served in a safe, timely, and attractive manner and that all costs associated with preparation are adequately tracked.  This individual is also responsible for ensuring that USDA, and Virginia Health Department, regulations are followed. Must drive the bus when needed.

EDUCATION:  High School Graduate or Equivalency; Prefer experience in food preparation and menu planning, and knowledge of USDA requirements and must secure ServSafe certification; Must hold or obtain a Commercial Driver’s License within 60 days of hire;  Must be familiar with the ethnic background, be able to communicate in the language of families in the program

ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS: Must secure a valid CDL learner’s license within 60 days of employment and secure a CDL driver’s license with proper endorsements; must have a satisfactory driving record. Must possess or secure First Aid/CPR Certification.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:  Must get TB screening or PPD, Physical, CPS, DMV, Criminal Record check, must be proficient in English,

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  Ability to lift minimum number of 50 pounds.   This position requires bending, lifting, walking, talking, seeing, sitting, running, speaking, and hearing.

PREFERENCES:  (Current and former Head Start parent, active Agency volunteers, current work experience participants, interns).

HOW TO APPLY:   For current or former Head Start parents, interns, and volunteers, please complete a CVCA employment application (found on CVCA’s website www.clinchvalleycaa.org) and submit to Chris Thompson chris.thompson@clinchvalleycaa.org or Shelia Smith ssmith@clinchvalleycaa.org; or mail to CVCA, P.O. Box 188, North Tazewell, VA  24630.

For current employees, please submit interest in email to one of the above-named individuals;

DEADLINE: Until such time position is filled.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/DRUG FREE EMPLOYER

Community Educator for Family Crisis Services Program

JOB CLASSIFICATION:  Non-Exempt

RATE OF PAY: $11.86 hr.

NUMBER OF HOURS PER WEEK:  40

NUMBER OF MONTHS PER YEAR:  12 months

LOCATION:   Main Office

DUTIES:  The Community Educator works on a variety of projects which furthers the domestic violence and sexual assault prevention programs. These projects include awareness activities, classroom presentations, educational presentations, and other community outreach and public awareness activities in the Tazewell and Russell county area. This individual will help meet ROMA goals. Attendance and punctuality are essential parts of this job. 

EDUCATION:  ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS:

  • Associate’s Degree preferred and/or any combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform this job;
  • Must work well with persons of varied sexual preference, racial, ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds;
  • Must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;
  • Must be able and willing to attend out of town, overnight meetings;
  • Must be able to work flexible hours;
  • Must be able to work independently and with minimal supervision; and
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and preferably databases.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:  Must get TB screening, Physical, Sex Offender Check, CPS, DMV, Criminal Record check, must be proficient in English;

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  Ability to lift minimum number of 25 pounds.   This position requires bending, lifting, walking, talking, seeing, sitting, running, speaking, and hearing

PREFERENCES:  (Current and former Head Start parent, active Agency volunteers, current work experience participants, interns)

HOW TO APPLY:   (E-mail/Application/Resume’/In Person/Mail)

DEADLINE: Until position is filled.

CONTACT INFORMATION:  Please submit e-mail with application/resume’ to chris.thompson@clinchvalleycaa.org, or Shelia Smith ssmith@clinchvalleycaa.org or mail to CVCA, P.O. Box 188, North Tazewell, VA  24630.  Application may be found on CVCA’s website at www.clinchvalleycaa.org;

AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY/DRUG FREE EMPLOYER

Cook/Bus Monitor (BSW) – Bland Head Start Center

JOB CLASSIFICATION:    Non-Exempt, Part-time, 10+ Months*

SALARY RANGE:               Grade 1

SUPERVISED BY:              Assistant Health and Safety Coordinator

LOCATION:                          Currently Assigned to Bland Head Start Center

SUPERVISES:                     No One

 

This position is classified as Lower Risk for COVID-19 Standards

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES 

The Cook/Bus Monitor is responsible for ensuring that meals are served in a safe, timely, and attractive manner and that all costs associated with preparation are adequately tracked.  This individual is also responsible for ensuring that USDA, and Virginia Health Department, regulations are followed. This individual will serve as a Monitor on the Bus. The Bus monitor supervises children and greets parents and children on their bus routes. Works toward ROMA goals.

RESPONSIBILITIES (Cook)

  1. Maintains a food service area that is in full compliance with Virginia Health Department and Head Start performance standards;
  2. Ensures that the nutritional needs of the Head Start children are met for all meals and snacks;
  3. Provides suggestions for appropriate menus and substitutions and be prepared to meet special food needs of the children;
  4. Prepares sufficient food for visitors, staff, and additional food for hungry children;
  5. Purchases the food as needed;
  6. Maintains the cleanliness of the kitchen according to DSS Licensing and Health Department standards;
  7. Maintains a monthly inventory of all food items and keeps good records as assigned;
  8. Completes all required paperwork as required by USDA, Head Start/Early Head Start Director, Assistant Health and Safety Coordinator and Health and Safety Coordinator;
  9. Maintains confidentiality and respects individual family lifestyles and values;
  10. Posts the menu and snack plan daily;
  11. Notifies the Assistant Health and Safety Coordinator immediately if any substitutions on the menu are necessary for that day;
  12. Performs any and all other duties as needed.

RESPONSIBILITIES (Bus Monitor)

  1. Interacts with children throughout their time on the bus.  It is through close observation and communication that children are provided with a positive experience and have safe riding practices reinforced while riding the bus;
  2. Assists with teaching children the correct safety procedures for boarding and exiting a bus as well as the danger zones around the vehicle;
  3. Leads children in singing, telling stories, playing visual games, or doing quiet activities throughout the bus route
  4. Handles discipline while the bus is in motion and required to report any observation of child abuse or neglect; and
  5. Assists with pre-and post-trip requirements.

 

REQUIRED TRAINING

The Cook/Bus Monitor must participate in any training determined necessary for him/her to efficiently perform the duties of the position.  Trainings include, but are not limited to, Program Governance, Performance Standards, Personnel Policies and Procedures, USDA, Licensing standards, Child Abuse and Neglect, Working with Special Needs Children, Required Paperwork, Fire Drills, Injury Prevention, Family Style Dining, Emergency Information, Menu Planning, Medication Policy, First Aid and CPR, Drugs/Alcohol prevention, In-Kind, Nutrition, Service Plans, and  Injury Prevention.

Bus Monitors should be trained for their specific duties before being assigned to their vehicle. Training should include the following tasks:

o    Safety procedures for children boarding and exiting the vehicle

o    The appropriate installation and use of Child Safety Restraint Systems (CSRS)

o    Safety procedures for the emergency evacuation of a vehicle

o    Agency procedures for child pick-up and release

o    How to assist the Bus Driver with a pre- and post-trip vehicle check

o    Required paperwork and reporting

o    Emergency response procedures

o    Operation and maintenance of special equipment on the bus

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The Cook/Bus Monitor will be required to complete a professional development plan and update it annually.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

*Must be a high school graduate or possess a High School Equivalency;

*Prefer experience in food preparation and menu planning, and knowledge of USDA requirements *Must secure ServSafe certification;

*Must be familiar with the ethnic background, be able to communicate in the language of families in the program, and be able to serve and effectively communicate, to the extent feasible, with children and families with limited English proficiency; and

*Must be willing to attend any local or out-of-town overnight training determined necessary by the immediate supervisor, Program Director, or Executive Director.

WORKING CONDITIONS

1..  Risk involved with travel to and from grocery store and/or worksites;

  1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases;
  2. Proper clothing, shoes and hair restraints according to Health Department Standards are to be worn daily;
  3. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; stand; stoop; bend; walk; talk; hear; use hands to grip; type; reach with hands and arms, occasionally required to stand or walk on uneven surfaces; 2 to 4 hours per day spent in strenuous physical activity.  Performs repetitive motion duties such as sweeping, mopping, washing dishes, stirring food, wiping tables, and other cleaning duties;
  4. May come into contact with childhood diseases and blood/bodily fluids on occasion; and
  5. Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs.

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 

*The candidate must be interviewed, have references verified, have a sex offender registry check and obtain one of the following: (i) criminal history records, including fingerprint check; or (ii) Federal Bureau of Investigation criminal history records, including fingerprint checks.

*After an employee is hired, CVCA has 90 days to complete the background check process by obtaining: (i) Whichever check listed above was not obtained prior to the date of hire; and (ii) Child abuse and neglect state registry check, if available. 

*A pre-employment drug/alcohol test and a Sworn Disclosure statement will be completed. 

*After initial hire, must submit to Child Protective Services check, DMV check, TB Screening or PPD, and health examination.

*Must have first-aid certification and CPR certifications or be willing to obtain certifications.

*Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license with satisfactory driving record, provide proof of automobile liability insurance, and be willing to use personal automobile for work purposes.

Must submit to random, and if applicable, post-accident and reasonable suspicion drug/alcohol tests.

This job description describes the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to this position. It does not state or imply that these are the only duties and responsibilities assigned to the job. The employee may be required to perform other job-related duties as requested by the Executive Director.  All requirements are subject to change over time and may require possible modifications in order to reasonably accommodate individuals with a disability.

HOW TO APPLY:  Current staff need only send email of interest to chris.thompson@clinchvalleycaa.org and ssmith@clinchvalleycaa.org.  Other interested applicants should go on CVCA’s website https://clinchvalleycaa.org/employment  and submit application;

DEADLINE:  Until such time this position is filled.

 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/DRUG FREE EMPLOYER

*Employees in this position may be required to work more than ten months.

FCS Sexual Assault Advocate

JOB CLASSIFICATION:  Non-exempt, Full-time

RATE OF PAY:  $11.86 per hour

NUMBER OF HOURS PER WEEK:  40

NUMBER OF MONTHS PER YEAR:  12

LOCATION:   Tazewell County

This position is considered Medium Risk for COVID-19 Standards.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Sexual Assault Advocate is responsible for case management/assessment, advocacy and peer counseling for individuals and families experiencing sexual violence. Responsibilities include interviewing, gathering case information, following up with clients, maintaining files and performing data entry.  She/He is responsible for providing peer counseling, helping clients set goals, documenting client interaction, providing limited transportation and offering case management. He/She will be responsible for providing coverage for the agency hotline, educating clients about dynamics of Sexual Violence and options/resources available, and meeting ROMA goals. Attendance and punctuality are essential functions of the job.    

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  • Associate’s Degree preferred and/or any combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform this job;
  • Must work well with persons of varied sexual preference, racial, ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds;
  • Knowledge of counseling and advocacy techniques for people who have been victims of domestic violence and Sexual Violence, including crisis intervention and case management skills beneficial;
  • Must exercise sound judgment, cope with stress and crisis situations in a calm manner and who models non-violent behavior;
  • Must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;
  • Must be able and willing to attend out of town, overnight meetings;
  • Must be able to work flexible hours;
  • Must be able to work independently and with minimal supervision; and
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and preferably databases.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE/CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES: First Aid and CPR preferred;

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:  Must have access to vehicle, have a valid driver’s license and good driving record. Must be willing to submit to pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion, or post-accident drug/alcohol test, criminal record check, child protective services check, and DMV check. May be required to attend out-of-town and overnight travel;

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  Must be able to lift 25 lbs. and this position may require constant or extensive standing, walking, bending, stooping, reaching, hearing, seeing, speaking and lifting;

PREFERENCES:  (Current and former Head Start parent, active Agency volunteers, current work experience participants, interns);

HOW TO APPLY:   If you are not a current employee, intern, or volunteer with CVCA, please submit application to CVCA, P.O. Box 188, North Tazewell, VA 24630 or e-mail to chris.thompson@clinchvalleycaa.org or ssmith@clinchvalleycaa.org.  If you are a current employee, intern, or volunteer with CVCA, submit your interest by e-mail to chris.thompson@clinchvalleycaa.org or Shelia Smith ssmith@clinchvalleycaa.org;  You may go on CVCA’s website to complete an employment application www.clinchvalleycaa.org;

DEADLINE: Until the position is filled;

AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY/DRUG FREE EMPLOYER

Cook/Bus Monitor (BSW) – Bland Head Start Center

JOB CLASSIFICATION:      Non-Exempt, Part-time, 10+ Months*

SALARY RANGE:               Grade 1

SUPERVISED BY:               Assistant Health and Safety Coordinator

LOCATION:                         Currently Assigned to Bland Head Start Center

SUPERVISES:                     No One

 This position is classified as Lower Risk for COVID-19 Standards

 GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES 

The Cook/Bus Monitor is responsible for ensuring that meals are served in a safe, timely, and attractive manner and that all costs associated with preparation are adequately tracked.  This individual is also responsible for ensuring that USDA, and Virginia Health Department, regulations are followed. This individual will serve as a Monitor on the Bus. The Bus monitor supervises children and greets parents and children on their bus routes. Works toward ROMA goals.

RESPONSIBILITIES (Cook)

  1. Maintains a food service area that is in full compliance with Virginia Health Department and Head Start performance standards;
  2. Ensures that the nutritional needs of the Head Start children are met for all meals and snacks;
  3. Provides suggestions for appropriate menus and substitutions and be prepared to meet special food needs of the children;
  4. Prepares sufficient food for visitors, staff, and additional food for hungry children;
  5. Purchases the food as needed;
  6. Maintains the cleanliness of the kitchen according to DSS Licensing and Health Department standards;
  7. Maintains a monthly inventory of all food items and keeps good records as assigned;
  8. Completes all required paperwork as required by USDA, Head Start/Early Head Start Director, Assistant Health and Safety Coordinator and Health and Safety Coordinator;
  9. Maintains confidentiality and respects individual family lifestyles and values;
  10. Posts the menu and snack plan daily;
  11. Notifies the Assistant Health and Safety Coordinator immediately if any substitutions on the menu are necessary for that day;
  12. Performs any and all other duties as needed.

RESPONSIBILITIES (Bus Monitor)

  1. Interacts with children throughout their time on the bus.  It is through close observation and communication that children are provided with a positive experience and have safe riding practices reinforced while riding the bus;
  2. Assists with teaching children the correct safety procedures for boarding and exiting a bus as well as the danger zones around the vehicle;
  3. Leads children in singing, telling stories, playing visual games, or doing quiet activities throughout the bus route
  4. Handles discipline while the bus is in motion and required to report any observation of child abuse or neglect; and
  5. Assists with pre-and post-trip requirements.

 REQUIRED TRAINING

The Cook/Bus Monitor must participate in any training determined necessary for him/her to efficiently perform the duties of the position.  Trainings include, but are not limited to, Program Governance, Performance Standards, Personnel Policies and Procedures, USDA, Licensing standards, Child Abuse and Neglect, Working with Special Needs Children, Required Paperwork, Fire Drills, Injury Prevention, Family Style Dining, Emergency Information, Menu Planning, Medication Policy, First Aid and CPR, Drugs/Alcohol prevention, In-Kind, Nutrition, Service Plans, and  Injury Prevention.

Bus Monitors should be trained for their specific duties before being assigned to their vehicle. Training should include the following tasks:

o    Safety procedures for children boarding and exiting the vehicle

o    The appropriate installation and use of Child Safety Restraint Systems (CSRS)

o    Safety procedures for the emergency evacuation of a vehicle

o    Agency procedures for child pick-up and release

o    How to assist the Bus Driver with a pre- and post-trip vehicle check

o    Required paperwork and reporting

o    Emergency response procedures

o    Operation and maintenance of special equipment on the bus

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The Cook/Bus Monitor will be required to complete a professional development plan and update it annually.

 QUALIFICATIONS

*Must be a high school graduate or possess a High School Equivalency;

*Prefer experience in food preparation and menu planning, and knowledge of USDA requirements *Must secure ServSafe certification;

*Must be familiar with the ethnic background, be able to communicate in the language of families in the program, and be able to serve and effectively communicate, to the extent feasible, with children and families with limited English proficiency; and

*Must be willing to attend any local or out-of-town overnight training determined necessary by the immediate supervisor, Program Director, or Executive Director.

WORKING CONDITIONS

1..  Risk involved with travel to and from grocery store and/or worksites;

  1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases;
  2. Proper clothing, shoes and hair restraints according to Health Department Standards are to be worn daily;
  3. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; stand; stoop; bend; walk; talk; hear; use hands to grip; type; reach with hands and arms, occasionally required to stand or walk on uneven surfaces; 2 to 4 hours per day spent in strenuous physical activity.  Performs repetitive motion duties such as sweeping, mopping, washing dishes, stirring food, wiping tables, and other cleaning duties;
  4. May come into contact with childhood diseases and blood/bodily fluids on occasion; and
  5. Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs.

 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

*The candidate must be interviewed, have references verified, have a sex offender registry check and obtain one of the following: (i) criminal history records, including fingerprint check; or (ii) Federal Bureau of Investigation criminal history records, including fingerprint checks.

*After an employee is hired, CVCA has 90 days to complete the background check process by obtaining: (i) Whichever check listed above was not obtained prior to the date of hire; and (ii) Child abuse and neglect state registry check, if available.

*A pre-employment drug/alcohol test and a Sworn Disclosure statement will be completed.

*After initial hire, must submit to Child Protective Services check, DMV check, TB Screening or PPD, and health examination.

*Must have first-aid certification and CPR certifications or be willing to obtain certifications.

*Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license with satisfactory driving record, provide proof of automobile liability insurance, and be willing to use personal automobile for work purposes.

Must submit to random, and if applicable, post-accident and reasonable suspicion drug/alcohol tests.

This job description describes the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to this position. It does not state or imply that these are the only duties and responsibilities assigned to the job. The employee may be required to perform other job-related duties as requested by the Executive Director.  All requirements are subject to change over time and may require possible modifications in order to reasonably accommodate individuals with a disability.

HOW TO APPLY:  Current staff need only send email of interest to chris.thompson@clinchvalleycaa.org and ssmith@clinchvalleycaa.org.  Other interested applicants should go on CVCA’s website https://clinchvalleycaa.org/employment  and submit application;

DEADLINE:  Until such time this position is filled.

 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/DRUG FREE EMPLOYER

*Employees in this position may be required to work more than ten months.

Clinch Valley Community Action (CVCA) is an equal opportunity employer.


CVCA is currently accepting resumes and applications for the above positions.  Applications (click on link above, print, and complete) can be submitted by mail to the address listed in the job posting.

 

– All applicants must complete criminal, child abuse/neglect search, and DMV background check forms.

– All employees are subject to pre-employment and random drug/alcohol testing throughout employment.

– Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license and a good driving record.

– Send separate application for each position and indicate which position/location for which applying.

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