Deadline for Applications: October 31, 2021

Full/Part Time: 40 hours per week

Full/Part Year: 52 weeks per year

Starting Pay: $18.74


A position which works to carry out ERSEA functions and systems to maintain accurate records for all program options offered by the agency

  • Utilize a Generalist approach to all function related to Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance (ERSEA). Speak to all aspects of ERSEA functions while maintaining a Specialty area
  • Ability to assist in and train staff and parents regarding issues within specialty area and related ERSEA issues at various meetings
  • Determining eligibility for all incoming applications
  • Provide initial family resource/referral and support services upon admission
  • Create and maintain accurate records for all applications/intakes in COPA database system and Full Day records in eCCIMS
    • Complete enrollment Eligibility/and or Intakes for Part and Full Day program ensuring accurate and complete information
    • Prepare children’s files for enrollment into all program options
    • Attend and participate in community events and/or ERSEA activities to assist with educating the community about services provided by the Agency
    • Assist in providing written and oral translation of agency materials on an as needed basis
    • Ability to work flexible schedule to meet the needs of the agency and families
    • Complete home visits for families unable to visit the office to complete enrollment documentation as needed
    • Manage all applications, initiate and complete all necessary follow-up to include communication with appropriate entities (parents, staff, community providers) to ensure appropriate placement of children

Education and Certification Requirements:

  • Associates/Bachelors degree in Social Work, Human Services, Early Childhood Education or related field required.

Qualities and Skills:

  • Computer Literacy; word processing, database skills, excel, spreadsheets.
  • Strong communication skills, verbally, written, effective problem solving skills, and the ability to work in a diverse workplace.
  • Effective and strong telephone communication skills.
  • Must be task oriented, detailed.
  • Basic mathematics skills.
  • Ability to acquire good understanding of childcare subsidies.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality in a professional manner.
  • Ability and willingness to work as a team member.
  • Ability to maintain and adhere to boundary guidelines.

Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 119, Section 51-A, you are a mandated reporter  and held to the statutory reporting requirements.

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