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Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency is now hiring Early Childhood Education Professionals. They are hosting a job fair on Friday June 8 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Hamtramck at 12031 Mitchell.

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency will be conducting on-site interviews with copies of education credentials. There are immediate

openings and positions that will start with the 2018-2019 school year in Grosse Pointe, Hamtramck, Highland Park, Harper Woods, and Redford.

They are also offering a Talent Incentive: hired applicants who are successfully on the job for 90 days will earn a $500 bonus.

Why work at Wayne Metro?

-100 percent employer paid Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance

-401 (K) with 6 percent Employer Match

-New $500 Talent Incentive Program payable after 90 days on the job

-Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)

-Professional Development

-Tuition Reimbursement

-Fitness Membership Discount

-Employee Recognition Events

Teacher Qualifications include:

-BA/BS Degree in Early Childhood Education from an accredited college or university; or BA/BS and

coursework equivalent to a major in relating to Early Childhood Education

-Early Head Start minimum of AA Degree and three courses in Infant/Toddler Coursework

Teacher Assistants Qualifications include:

-Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education; or enrolled in a program leading to a degree in Early

Childhood or related field with in 12 credit hours in Early Childhood.

Or

-Minimum of Child Development Associate (CDA) credential or enrolled in CDA program to be

completed within one year of hire.

-Early Head Start minimum of six credits and two courses in infant/toddler course work.

To learn more please send us an email hr@waynemetro.org.

About Wayne Metro

Founded in 1971, Wayne Metro Community Action Agency (Wayne Metro) provides essential services,

diversified programming, and community resources to low- and moderate-income individuals and

families throughout all of Wayne County. Over the last four decades, the agency’s budget has grown

from $100,000 to over $30 million while continuing to maintain a low administrative rate (8%) that

allows $.92 of every funded or donated dollar to be utilized for direct client services.

About Head Start

Head Start is a program of the United States Department of Health and Human Services that provides

comprehensive early childhood education, health, nutrition, and parent involvement services to lowincome

children and their families.

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