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HOURS: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

TELEPHONE: (207) 338-6809, Ext. 102

E-MAIL: kbagley@waldocap.org


RESOURCE ADVOCATE


The Resource Advocate meets program and client needs by managing program referrals, assuring a high quality of care/service to program clients, provides for ongoing support and expertise through comprehensive assessment, planning, implementation, and overall evaluation of individual client needs specific to building self-sufficiency in families. The Resource Advocate works with the Community Partnerships Director to assist in reporting functions, including state and federal mechanisms and databases for tracking consumers of services. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: promotional work for the program, assessing needs of the clients served; assuring compliance with program requirements, including reporting requirements; assure and promote coordination with internal and external providers, referral sources and community partners; and provides direct care and assessment for program clients. The Resource Advocate assists in the development of program plans, policies, and procedures and the implementation of those plans, policies and procedures at the program level. The overall goal of the position is to enhance the caliber of client management and satisfaction, in order to improve their quality of life. Align with agency mission in all aspects of work.


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LIHEAP CLIENT SERVICES INTAKE SPECIALIST


The LIHEAP Client Services Intake Specialist performs intake and receptionist duties for the Outreach/Referral Office. Answers the telephone, sets up appointments, meets and greets visitors, assists with application intake process, collects accurate data and information, and makes appropriate referrals to other services and programs.


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ED TECH III


The Education Technician provides developmentally appropriate preschool education in accordance with the individual Education Plans (IEPs) of assigned children at the direction of the Lead Teacher. The Ed Tech will become an integral part of a classroom community and child’s support team.


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RESOURCE DEVELOPER


The Resource Developer is responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating development, communications, and public relations activities that ensures a structure to shape and develop funding and resources to sustain the organization’s programs, mission, and goals as outlined by the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer.


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MEMBER INTAKE REPRESENTATIVE


The Member Intake Representative is co-responsible for creating and maintaining MaineCare member electronic files for members requesting medically related transportation in Region 5, following the requirements of the Maine Department of Health and Human Services. Duties will include receiving customers, answering telephones, data entry, checking eligibility, compliance maintenance, record keeping and file maintenance.


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ASSISTANT TEACHER: BROOKS


The Assistant Teacher provides developmentally appropriate preschool education that advances the cognitive, language, physical, social and emotional growth for a classroom of up to 20 children. Responsibilities include assisting the Lead Teacher/Site Manager to ensure compliance with all existing state child care licensing regulations and federal Head Start standards.


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LEAD TEACHER: MORRILL


The Lead Teacher provides developmentally appropriate preschool education that advances the cognitive, language, physical, social and emotional growth for a classroom of up to 20 children. Responsibilities include ensuring compliance with all existing state child care licensing regulations and federal Head Start Program Performance Standards.


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LEAD TEACHER: WINTERPORT


The Lead Teacher provides developmentally appropriate preschool education that advances the cognitive, language, physical, social and emotional growth for a classroom of up to 20 children. Responsibilities include ensuring compliance with all existing state child care licensing regulations and federal Head Start Program Performance Standards.


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LEAD TEACHER: UNITY


The Lead Teacher provides developmentally appropriate preschool education that advances the cognitive, language, physical, social and emotional growth for a classroom of up to 20 children. Responsibilities include ensuring compliance with all existing state child care licensing regulations and federal Head Start Program Performance Standards.


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DRIVER


(WALDO, LINCOLN, KNOX, AND SAGADAHOC COUNTIES)
Drivers (Bus Driver, Van Driver, Car Driver, and Substitute Drivers) are responsible for picking up and discharging passengers according to trip assignments. Responsible for passenger safety and vehicle maintenance.


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SUBSTITUTE DRIVER


(WALDO, LINCOLN, KNOX, AND SAGADAHOC COUNTIES)
Substitute Drivers (Bus Driver, Van Driver, Car Driver, and Substitute Drivers) are responsible for picking up and discharging passengers according to trip assignments. Responsible for passenger safety and vehicle maintenance.


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WCAP

9 Field Street, P.O. Box 130
Belfast, Maine 04915
Phone: (207) 338-6809