Employment

Centro prides itself on providing meaningful jobs with great co-workers and continuous professional development that facilitates advancement within the agency and the communities in which we serve.

Benefits Overview

Full-Time Benefits

  • Health Insurance
  • HSA

Optional Benefits

  • Vision
  • Dental
  • Critical Illness Insurance
  • Legal Shield
  • Accidental Insurance

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
Employee Handbook

Current Job Openings

As we have openings at Centro, we will post them below.

  • Providence: Custodian

     The custodian is responsible for the daily care and upkeep of the Head Start Center. Keeps the facility clean and sanitary. Qualifications: High School/GED; Able to read and write English; Able to lift 50 lb.; Custodial Experience desirable; Employment physical and TB test; Current First Aid and CPR certification. Position: 28 hours a week. Benefits:Dental/Vision Plan and Accidental & Critical Illness Plan and Holiday Pay. Pay wage range: $9.61-$13.37

    For more information and/or send resume to Laura Torres, HR Specialist at  or Edith Urbina, HR Specialist at

     

  • Providence: Bus Aide

    Under the supervision of the Bus Driver, possess the ability and willingness to assist in various areas as assigned. Primary duties will be to ensure the health and safety of the children on the bus.  Qualifications: The minimum requirement is that the individual be 18 years of age. This is an entry-level position requiring no previous education or experience. HS/GED is highly preferred. Current and former Early Head Start and Head Start parents will receive preference for employment vacancies for which they are qualified. CDA or AA in Early Childhood Education or a related field preferred. Current CPR, First Aid, and Food Handler’s permit required. Must be able to work with children with special needs and children with limited or no English. Bilingual Spanish/English preferred. Physical requirements include extended periods of walking, standing, kneeling, and crouching; the ability to lift and move 50 pounds;Position: 28 hour a week; Benefits: Dental/Vision Plan and Accidental & Critical Illness Plan, and Holiday Pay; Pay wage range: $9.61-$13.37

     For more information and/or send your resume to Laura Torres, HR Specialist at  or Edith Urbina, HR Specialist at

  • Providence: Center Aide

    Under the supervision of the center Education Specialist, possesses the ability and willingness to provide assistance to various areas as assigned. Primary duties will be assisting in the classroom, on the playground, and other areas around the center to ensure health, safety and promote school readiness. Secondary duties may include support to the cook, office manager, family service specialist, and disabilities specialist. Qualifications: The minimum requirement is that the individual be 18 years of age. This is an entry-level position requiring no previous education or experience. HS/GED is highly preferred. Current and former Early Head Start and Head Start parents will receive preference for employment vacancies for which they are qualified. CDA or AA in Early Childhood Education or a related field preferred. Current CPR. First Aid, and Food Handler's permit required. Must be able to work with children with special needs and children with limited or no English. Bilingual Spanish/English preferred. Physical requirements include extended periods of walking, standing, kneeling, and crouching: the ability to lift and move 50 pounds; the ability to sit on the floor, crawl, run, and perform other actions commonly associated with caring for children age 0-5.  Position: 28 hrs a week  Benefits: Dental/Vision Plan and Accident & Critical Illness Plan, and Holiday Pay. Pay Wage Range: $9.61-13.37

    For more information email and/or send your resume to Laura Torres, HR Specialist at  or Edith Urbina, HR Specialist at   

  • Box Elder: Center Aide (Preschool Class)

     Under the supervision of the center Education Specialist, possesses the ability and willingness to provide assistance to various areas as assigned. Primary duties will be assisting in the classroom, on the playground, and other areas around the center to ensure health, safety and promote school readiness. Secondary duties may include support to the cook, office manager, family service specialist, and disabilities specialist. Qualifications: The minimum requirement is that the individual be 18 years of age. This is an entry-level position requiring no previous education or experience. HS/GED is highly preferred. Current and former Early Head Start and Head Start parents will receive preference for employment vacancies for which they are qualified. CDA or AA in Early Childhood Education or a related field preferred. Current CPR, First Aid, and Food Handler's permit required. Must be able to work with children with special needs and children with limited or no English. Bilingual Spanish/English preferred. Physical requirements include extended periods of walking, standing, kneeling, and crouching: the ability to lift and move 50 pounds; the ability to sit on the floor, crawl, run, and perform other actions commonly associated with caring for children age 0-5.  Position: 28 hrs a week (Year Round) Benefits: Dental/Vision Plan and Accidentil & Critical Illness Plan, and Holiday Pay. Pay Wage Range: $9.61-13.37

    For more information and/or send your resume to  Laura Torres, HR Specialist at  or Edith Urbina, HR Specialist at   

  • Centerfield: Teacher Assistant

    Under the leadership of the Lead Teacher and Education Specialist, administers a program of early childhood education that is developmentally, linguistically & culturally appropriate; meets the individual & holistic needs of infants and toddlers; and works closely with parents and families to ensure they are intentionally included in the planning & execution of their child’s education. Works as a team member with other staff, parents, and volunteers. Directly involved in providing meals and snacks to children. Assumes Teacher duties in the temporary absence of the Teacher. Qualifications: A current CDA credential appropriate to the age of the children served, or currently enrolled in a CDA credential, orA State-awarded certificate for preschool teachers that meets or exceeds the requirements for a CDA credential, orAn associate, baccalaureate or advance degree in early childhood education, orA degree in a field related to early childhood education, with experience in teaching preschool children. Billingual Spanish/Engish preferred. Position: 28 hours a week Benefits: Dental/Vision Plan, Accdiential & Critical Illness plan, and Holiday Pay. Pay wage range: $10.72-$15.20

    For more information and/or send resume to Edith Urbina, HR Specialist  or Laura Torres, HR Specialist at

     

  • Genola: Bus Driver

    Under the supervision of the Lead Bus Driver, this position is responsible for ensuring the safe and efficient transport of children and parents/families between program activities and home and on field trips. This position is also responsible to keep the vehicle clean and in safe operating conditions always. Qualifications: The minimum requirement is high school diploma or GED and a current in-state Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with a School Bus and Passenger endorsement and/or other criteria specifically required by the state.  CPR and 1st Aide Certification. Bilingual preferred English/Spanish. Position: Part-Time Benefits: Dental/Vision Plan and Accidental & Critical Illness Plan, and Holiday pay.  Pay wage range: $14.73-$19.87

    For more information and/or send your resume to Edith Urbina, HR Specialist at  or Laura Torres, HR Specialist at  

     

  • Mount Pleasant: Center Aide

    Under the supervision of the center Education Specialist, possesses the ability and willingness to provide assistance to various areas as assigned. Primary duties will be assisting in the classroom, on the playground, and other areas around the center to ensure health, safety and promote school readiness. Secondary duties may include support to the cook, office manager, family service specialist, and disabilities specialist. Qualifications: The minimum requirement is that the individual be 18 years of age.  This is an entry-level position requiring no previous education or experience. HS/GED is highly preferred.  Current and former Early Head Start and Head Start parents will receive preference for employment vacancies for which they are qualified.  CDA or AA in Early Childhood Education or a related field preferred. Current CPR, First Aid, and Food Handler’s permit required.  Must be able to work with children with special needs and children with limited or no English.  Bilingual Spanish/English preferred. Physical requirements include extended periods of walking, standing, kneeling, and crouching; the ability to lift and move 50 pounds; the ability to sit on the floor, crawl, run, and perform other actions commonly associated with caring for children age 0-5.Position: 28 hours a week; Benefits: Dental/Vision Plan and Accieddental & Critical Illness Plan and Holiday Pay; Pay wage range: $9.61-$13.37

    For more information and/or send resume to Edith Urbian, HR Specialist at  or Laura Torres, HR Specialist at

  • Providence: Substitute Bus Driver

     Under the supervision of the Lead Bus Driver, the Substitute Bus Driver is responsible for ensuring the safe and efficient transport of children and parents/families between program activities and home as well as on field trips. The Substitute Bus Driver is also responsible for always keeping the vehicle clean and in safe operating condition.

    Qualifications: The minimum requirement is a high school diploma or GED and a current in-state Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with a School Bus and Passenger endorsement and/or other criteria specifically required by the state. Needs to have CPR and First Aid Certification, bilingual preferred: English/Spanish.  Wage Range: $14.73-$19.87

    To apply, or for more information, please send a resume to Laura Torres, HR Specialist at  or Edith Urbina,

     

  • Box Elder: Substitute Bus Driver

    Under the supervision of the Lead Bus Driver, the Substitute Bus Driver is responsible for ensuring the safe and efficient transport of children and parents/families between program activities and home as well as on field trips. The Substitute Bus Driver is also responsible for always keeping the vehicle clean and in safe operating condition.

    Qualifications: The minimum requirement is a high school diploma or GED and a current in-state Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with a School Bus and Passenger endorsement and/or other criteria specifically required by the state. Needs to have CPR and First Aid Certification, bilingual preferred: English/Spanish.  Wage Range: $14.73-$19.87

    To apply, or for more information, please send a resume to Laura Torres, HR Specialist at  or Edith Urbina,

  • Box Elder: Infant/Toddler Teacher

    Under the supervision of the Education Specialist administers a program of early childhood education that is developmentally, linguistically & culturally appropriate; meets the individual & holistic needs of infants and toddlers; and works closely with parents and families to ensure they are intentionally included in the planning & execution of their child’s education. Qualification: AA/AS in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or a related field required. Current Infant/Toddler CDA with additional experience and training may be acceptable. Current CPR, First Aid, and Food Handler’s permit required. Must be able to work with children with special needs and children with limited or no English. Bilingual Spanish/English preferred. Physical requirements include extended periods of walking, standing, kneeling, and crouching; the ability to lift and/or move 50 pounds; the ability to sit on the floor, crawl, run, and perform other actions commonly associated with caring for infants and toddlers. Position: Full TIme Benefits: Health Insurance, Dental/vision Insurance, Accidental/Critical Illness Insurance, PTO and Holiday Pay.  Wage Range: $11.91-$16.89

    For more information or to submit a resume, please contact Laura Torres, HR Specialist at  or Edith Urbina, HR Specialist at

  • Providence: Infant/Toddler Teacher

    Under the supervision of the Education Specialist administers a program of early childhood education that is developmentally, linguistically & culturally appropriate; meets the individual & holistic needs of infants and toddlers; and works closely with parents and families to ensure they are intentionally included in the planning & execution of their child’s education. Qualifications: AA/AS in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or a related field required. Current Infant/Toddler CDA with additional experience and training may be acceptable. Current CPR, First Aid, and Food Handler’s permit required. Must be able to work with children with special needs and children with limited or no English. Bilingual Spanish/English preferred. Physical requirements include extended periods of walking, standing, kneeling, and crouching; the ability to lift and/or move 50 pounds; the ability to sit on the floor, crawl, run, and perform other actions commonly associated with caring for infants and toddlers. Position: Full TIme; Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, Accidental/Critical Illness Insurance, PTO and Holiday Pay; Wage Range: $11.91-$16.89

    For more information and/or send resume to  Laura Torres, HR Specialist  or to Edith Urbina, HR Specialist at