Serves as assistant to the Director in matters of grants, governance, labor negotiations and other high level administrative issues. Under general supervision, provides a wide variety of administrative and staff support functions for the Head Start and Early Head Start programs. Develops and supports community partnerships and parent engagement. Promotes involvement, engagement and leadership among parents and staff. Oversees projects as assigned. Compiles and analyzes data, prepares reports and recommendations. Serves as a lead position over other support staff.
Position Specific Duties
Assists Head Start Director with grant proposals, works with funders and generates reports and other administrative reports as needed.
Coordinates work with MHCC staff, Board and Policy Council ensuring compliance of Head Start regulations.
Promotes leadership development in parents and staff, and assists them in achieving leadership goals.
Coordinates and manages daily calendars, phone calls and emails.
Facilitate internal communication by reading, researching, and routing correspondence; drafting letters and documents; collecting and analyzing information.
Provides administrative support to the management collective bargaining team in labor negotiations and contract maintenance.
Provides training and technical assistance to staff in the area of program governance.
Coordinates and ensures Policy Council, Board, and Annual reports and other required communications are complete.
Coordinates and oversees program activities including staff meetings and parent and community activities as it relates to Policy Council.
Maintains records in compliance with federal, state and program guidelines.
Coordinates, and assists in the development of projects in collaboration with community partners.
Serves in a leadership position within the Head Start program by collaborating with program managers to provide information and resources in order to ensure program operations run smoothly and efficiently.
Provides general customer service to parents, community members and staff.
Oversees special projects as assigned by the Admin Team.
Reports suspected child abuse in accordance with Oregon Statute and Head Start procedures.
Attends training sessions and participates in training opportunities.
Works as a team with community agencies and staff in providing services to children and families.
Maintains the confidentiality of highly sensitive information.
Interacts with children, families and community members in a supportive and professional manner.
Performs all other duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 2084647
About Mount Hood Community College
Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) is one of the premiere institutions of higher education in Oregon and is the choice for students from throughout the Pacific Northwest. Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC), located in the shadow of majestic Mount Hood, opened in 1966 and now serves approximately 33,000 students annually. MHCC offers 120 associate degrees, certificate programs, and transfer options offered at the Gresham Campus, Maywood Park Campus, Bruning Center for Allied Health Education, and public schools within the district. The College is committed to remaining accessible to an ever-increasing population with diverse needs. The Mt. Hood Community College district encompasses an area of about 950 square miles with a population of more than 300,000. Whether students are interested in pursuing a professional-technical degree, transferring to a four-year college or taking a few personal enrichment courses, MHCC is the place for community members to accomplish their goals. For more information visit http://www.mhcc.edu/About.aspx