Employment

LB, CIL Toll Free Tel:

 

877-757-0207

 

In order to maintain a pool of fully qualified individuals, Long Beach Community Improvement League (CIL) continues to accept applications for the following positions, even when there is no current vacancy for such positions.  Please keep in mind that due to the volume of resumes that we may receive, we do not acknowledge receipt of resumes. However, an applicant may contact us to confirm that we have received his/her resume/application. If a strong match is found between your qualifications and the requirements of the position, a member of the recruiting team will contact you to further discuss the career opportunity.

In the event that you are not chosen for the position for which you applied, we will keep your resume for a future opening or other position for which we believe you would be a good match. If you wish to not be considered for other positions or included in a future search, please advise us in your cover letter.

Download the application for employment, and fax with cover letter, resume, and salary history to:(562) 951-0800 or email:  admin@lbcil.org

 

Job Opportunities

 

Program Director

Exempt Position

Qualifications: BA/MA in child development/education/related fields, excellent communication & computer skills, training/experience subsidized & Department of Education child development programs. Program Director Permit required. Minimum 2 years experience with the state subsidized child development programs, licensing, staff development, quality/compliance, and other related duties.

Responsibilities: Subsidized programs compliance/development, grants/contracts, fundraising, proposals for expansions, and other related duties.

Teacher/Associate Teacher

Non-Exempt Position

Qualifications: Child Development Permits required.

Responsibilities: Supervise and ensure the safety and well-being of the children at all times; be alert for the needs and/or problems of the children as individuals and as a group; plan curriculum; assist in serving meals and supervising mealtime; keep classroom neat and orderly; decorate bulletin boards.

Assistant Teacher

Non-Exempt Position

Qualifications: Minimum of 6 Early Childhood Education/Child Development Units.

Responsibilities: Assist teacher and staff in any way possible; supervise and ensure the safety and well-being of the children at all times; be alert for the needs and/or problems of the children as individuals and as a group; plan curriculum; assist in serving meals and supervising mealtime; keep classroom neat and orderly; decorate bulletin boards.

Administrative Assistant

Non-Exempt Position

Qualifications: College education (AA/BA), excellent computer and communication skills, human resources & accounting experience.

Responsibilities: General office duties, support executive director/staff.

 

Salary and Benefits

 

Salary for all positions is commensurate with education & experience. CIL is pleased to offer an excellent benefit package including:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • 403 (b) Retirement with Agency Contribution
  • Sick, Personal, and Vacation Leave
  • Staff Training and Development

Administrative positions require dependable automobile, valid CA driver's license, & auto insurance.

CIL is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin, disability, and other status protected under Federal, state, or local law.

 

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                             Child Care Info-line

For detailed information about our State Subsidized

Child Care and Development & Before/After School

Programs, please visit our child care information

website:   www.lbcil.info

or call our toll free Child Care Info-line: 

             

(877) 757.0207

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Taking a closer look at our community:  

Identifying children needing child care services in our county

According to the Los Angeles County Child Care Planning Committee's August 2000 publication, An Analysis of the Supply of and Demand for Early Care and Education in Los Angeles County, there is a serious shortage of child care available in communities with the greatest need.  In Long Beach, trends are alarming:
  • With an estimated 38,587 children age birth to 5, the demand for licensed care is to serve 12,688 children. Licensed capacity is a mere 7,542, demonstrating a gap of 5,145. 
  • There are an estimated 63,567 children age 6 to 12.  18,141 demand licensed care, yet there is a licensed capacity for only 3,396 - a gap of 14,745.
  • The total gap between demand for licensed care and licensed capacity for children birth to 12 is 19,890.
According to the 2011 Los Angeles County  Child Care and Development’s Needs Assessment the unmet need for subsidized child care services for low income working families with children ages 0-12 is an estimated 45 percentcounty-wide.  This number may be even higher since the families
considered for this data had gross income at or below 75 percent of the State Median Income (SMI).   However due to budget cuts, the 2011-2012 State Budget lowered the income eligibility level to 70 percent of SMI after data had been collected for this report.

 

http://www.educationcoordinatingcouncil.org

 

As the data indicate after 12 years, there is still a significant need  for high quality affordable, accessible child care and

development services for low-income families.

 

 

"If our American way of life fails the child, it fails us all."

                                                      - Pearl Buck

 

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