Program Receptionist/Office Assistant: Early Care & Education
Family Centers' Early Care and Education program provides full-day/full-year care, and offers the highest quality education and development opportunities for young children ages six-weeks to five years. At Family Centers, we accept each young child as a unique and valuable individual and group member, honoring and respecting family language and cultures. Our curriculum, goals and objectives guide our staff's ongoing assessment of children's progress, while facilitating each child's individual growth and language acquisition and cognitive, social-emotional, physical and creative domains .
We are seeking a volunteer(s) to provide reception coverage in the program as assigned, assist in the administrative office by performing clerical duties including but not limited to: filing, answering the phone, completing assigned program specific paperwork. Office assistants will also tend to deliveries and visitors, represent the program positively in the community, and support their site manager with data entry (experience with Shine, Evolve and Teaching Strategies Gold). The hours for this position are flexible between 7am-6pm Monday through Friday. Volunteer shifts will be scheduled in blocks of 4-5 hours. The position is based in one of three locations in Greenwich: The Gateway School (2 Chapel Street), The Warburg Early Childhood Center (22 Bridge Street), or Armstrong Court Preschools (Armstrong Court).
About Family Centers
40 Arch Street, Greenwich, CT 06830, US
Family Centers' mission is to empower children, adults, families and communities to realize their potential. Our NAEYC accredited preschools, school-based social work, parental education and adolescent counseling services, give families the resources they need to ensure their children have the bright beginnings they deserve. A comprehensive network of counseling and support services is also instrumental in helping families in crisis work toward a successful resolution. Vocational training, housing resources, counseling and self sufficiency programs also help low-income people and those with long-term mental illness realize their dreams of living independently. Meanwhile, our senior outreach programs encourage lifelong learning, socialization and support.
Family Centers is a private, non-profit organization offering education and human services to children, adults and families living in Lower Fairfield County.
More than 3,000 professionals and trained volunteers work together to provide a wide range of responsive, innovative programs