WE’RE HIRING AND OFFERING A $1500 HIRING BONUS*

 

Would you like to work with children? Are you a current or former Head Start parent? We encourage you to apply! Cook Inlet Native Head Start is a non-profit corporation established solely to operate the Tribal Head Start program, providing early childhood education services as well as quality family-related services for the Native population in Anchorage, AK.

 

We are seeking qualified candidates to fill the following openings:

 

  • Early Head Start Teacher, Full Time, $21.20-$29.93/hr.
  • Family Services Partner, Full Time, $18.96-$29.93/hr.
  • Head Start Teacher, Full Time, $23.44-$30.14/hr.
  • Head Start Teacher Assistant, Full Time, $15.62-$27.90/hr.
  • Yup’ik Immersion Teacher, Full Time, $23.44-$30.14/hr.
  • On-Call Cook, Part Time, $16.43-$19.86/hr.

 

Want to join our amazing team? Please ask at the Front Desk for more information on how to apply or visit our website   www.cookinletnativeheadstart.net/employment

 

* Individuals hired October 10, 2022 thru December 23, 2022 may be eligible for a hiring bonus; $750 after orientation and $750 after successful completion of 90 days.

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View the Latest COVID-19 Updates from the Office of Head Start Wearing face masks helps stop the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019). Read this guidance from the Office of Head Start about wearing masks in Head Start settings. How Masks Keep People Safe The SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) spreads among people through the air when you breathe, talk, laugh, or sing. You do not have to feel sick or be coughing and sneezing to spread the virus. Masks are a simple and effective way to protect yourself and the people around you, especially when you and the people near you wear a mask, too. Masks in Head Start settings are especially important to protect children who are not eligible for a COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) vaccine. Using program funds to purchase masks for staff and children 2 years of age and older is an allowable expense.

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