At Peacock Family Services we offer a positive environment of partnership, teamwork, on-going personal and professional development, and joy. We consider staff to be our most important asset and work hard to foster an atmosphere of respect and collaboration.
All Peacock Family Services Staff must have, or be willing to obtain:
- A Negative TB Test
- A Washington State Food Handler’s Permit
- Certification in STARS 30, Pediatric CPR & First Aid, and Bloodborne Pathogens
- Pass a Background Check from the Department of Children, Youth, and Families
Early Childhood Center
If you have a desire to work with youth, have experience and/or a degree in early childhood education (or a related field), are flexible, willing to pitch in, curious, and skilled at attuned care-giving, we would love to hear from you!
The Center Receptionist provides families with their first impression of Peacock Family Center, coordinates the daily entry and departures of children and staff, and performs a variety of tasks to keep things running smoothly at the Childcare Center. This position is also team member in all of the program areas at Peacock Family Services.
Available Positions & Classroom Assignments at the Early Childhood Center
Lead and Assistant Teachers
Toddler Rooms (ages 12 months through 2.5 years)
Preschool Rooms (ages 2.5 years until kindergarten)
As a Licensed Child Care Center, we are governed by the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) for Child Care Centers. You may begin familiarizing yourself with these rules online here.
Apply now to join the Peacock community as a Nature Nuts Outdoor Instructor! This is a great opportunity to be part of a team committed to nature exploration and building safe and inclusive environments for young people in outdoor environments.
ABOUT THE POSITION
Outdoor Instructors work with a small team to facilitate an After School Nature Program for Bainbridge Island School District youth entering grades K-3. Outdoor Instructors will pass on their love of nature, knowledge of the natural world, and passion for our local forests and beaches to our participants. Additionally, they will create programming around a theme that changes monthly and will participate in daily field expeditions to parks, beaches, and forests on Bainbridge Island. Outdoor Instructors are supervised by the Program Director and perform other duties as assigned.
This is an hourly, non-exempt position beginning at 20 hours a week during the school year for the potential of more, as well as, the potential for up to 40 hours during summer for our summer camp program; wage dependent on experience.
Please send your resume and a letter of interest to Kathy Haskin, Executive Director at: email@example.com.