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IdahoSTARS is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We welcome and encourage diversity in the workplace. Candidates who are qualified for any of the listed positions are encouraged to apply.
Browse the following opportunities located across Idaho or search current job openings at the University of Idaho through the Human Resources website or the Idaho AYEC website.
Customer Support Specialist
Under the supervision of the Training Office Lead, this position performs a wide variety of program activities for the IdahoSTARS Training Office. The Customer Support Specialist’s role is to provide responsive and engaging customer support for child care professionals as they navigate the data management system (RISE), and IdahoSTARS training processes.
For more information or to apply visit Announcement #SP003456P (EOE/AA/M/F/D/V).
Quality Child Care Consultant
The IdahoSTARS Quality Child Care Consultant increases the quality of child care in Idaho through coaching, mentoring, and training child care educators throughout the region. The Consultant partners with child care educators to create recommended interventions using evidence-based best practices derived from peer-reviewed research and national professional guidelines and assessment criteria. The Consultant evaluates implementation results and guides child care educators through reflective progress engagement and goal-focused outcome achievement. The Consultant also recruits and orients child care educators for participation with the IdahoSTARS Professional Development System (PDS), the Quality Rating & Improvement System (QRIS), and the Idaho Child Care Program (ICCP).
For more information or to apply visit Announcement #SP003143P (EOE/AA/M/F/D/V).
Content Creator Communication Specialist for the IdahoSTARS Project (Idaho AEYC)
The Content Creator Communication Specialist produces digital and graphic content for social media, newsletters, websites, and our digital training database with the goal of supporting child care providers. Content created will communicate supportive resources, training, and opportunities for early care and education professionals, external partners, and families of young children. Full-time position; $19 per hour, plus an excellent benefits package including medical/dental/vision/ retirement plan, 15 days’ vacation leave and 15 days’ sick leave annually, plus ten paid holidays, as well as other benefits. This position is classified as a temporary position through June of 2023. Continuation of position dependent upon funding. This position offers the flexibility of working remotely.
For more information or to apply visit Idaho AEYC Jobs