Careers at FCIC
Welcome to our Careers page, where we showcase employment opportunities within the FCIC-UCEDD and our affiliated projects. To explore these opportunities further, please follow the links provided below, which will direct you to the official position announcements and application process facilitated by Careers@USF (USF's Application System).
Program Wide Positive Behavior Support Project (PWPBS) is in search of a Learning and Development Facilitator
This position reports to the Associate in Research and provides technical assistance, training and outreach for the Program Wide Positive Behavior Support (PWPBS) Project on the implementation of the Pyramid Model in early childhood programs. The Learning and Development Facilitator will provides on-site coaching and technical assistance (TA) to the leadership team and site staff at early childhood development centers and/or family child care homes in Hillsborough County. As a coach, facilitates a team-based approach in functional assessment and both targeted and individualized behavior support planning for children between the ages of birth to five. This position requires the application of effective written and oral communication skills in order to effectively create and facilitate the coaching approaches of the program via face-to-face and online trainings, PWPBS utilizes a practice-based coaching approach to making databased decisions to implement the program with fidelity, to promote social-emotional development of young children and address challenging behavior. The PWPBS project is funded by the Children's Board of Hillsborough County.
At minimum, this position requires a Bachelor's degree or equivalent, with at least one year of experience in a professional training position, early childhood administration and/or providing training and technical assistance to early childhood programs. A Master's degree in Communication, Education, Adult Education, or related field is preferred. Certain grants and programs may also have specific education and/or certification requirements specific to the subject matter area of the program. The preferred candidate will have two years of experience in early childhood education. A Master's degree in Communication, Education, Adult Education, or related field is also preferred.
All USF employees wanting to apply can do so via their GEMS Self Service by searching for Job Opening ID 36210. External applicants can apply using the link below. All applications are accepted until 11:59 PM February 29, 2024.
Community Outreach Caseworker/HIPPY Home Visitor
This position will serve as a Home Visitor with the Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) in the Department of Child and Family Studies, Florida Center for Inclusive Communities. This position will go into the community and locate and recruit parents of preschool children as potential clients; deliver program services during weekly home visits; conduct assessments on children and parents; develops individualized service plans for children to help them reach developmental milestones; Disseminate poison control tips and strategies to families; and serve as a HIPPY team member to assist with program development. This is a staff time-limited grant position.
Minimum: This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent, with three years experience in office, administrative, or customer services positions. Appropriate college coursework or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.
Preferred: Has experience working in a HIPPY program, be a current/former Parent in the HIPPY Program or have regular access to a three or four-year old child to practice weekly HIPPY activities; Good oral and written communication skills and reliable transportation.