The Office of Child Care is working to increase their tribal expertise and capacity and is hoping to reach strong candidates for two positions that support the Tribal CCDBG.
If you are interested, check out these two positions available.
Senior Tribal Child Care Program Specialist will be with the Office of Child Care and will be posted in USAJOBS.
Need even more?
There are many positions available through government contractors supporting Tribal child care and the Tribal technical assistance center.
Tribal Program Specialist funded through a contract with Grant Solutions. This has a competitive salary, plus health benefits, but is not a federal FTE so doesn’t come with life insurance or investment in TSP. Learn more and apply here.
Federal Interest Specialist with the Community Development Institute. The Specialist will provides essential facilities and real property management support services and resources to the Office of Head Start (OHS) and Regional Offices. Learn more and apply here.
Tribal Deputy Project Director / Training and Technical Assistance (T&TA) Coordinator will support the Tribal Child Care Capacity Building Center. The position is funded through ICF International. Learn more and apply here.
American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Early Childhood Training Specialist will coordinate and develop high-quality training and technical assistance (TTA) that improves the capacity of AI/AN early childhood programs. This position is funded through ICF International. Learn more and apply here.
Tribal Center Subject Matter Expert will support the Regional Technical Assistance Specialist Team and the Training and Resource Development Team to develop and deliver training and technical assistance to Tribal Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) grantees. This position is funded through ICF International. Learn more and apply here.
Please note: NICCA does not have any additional information about any of these positions. Please contact the company from which they are posted for any questions.