Employment Opportunities

A career in child care resource and referral is a valuable opportunity to make a difference and shape a child’s future! Check back often to see the latest employment opportunities with North Carolina’s CCR&R agencies.

NC Family Child Care Technical Assistance Anchor (SWCDC)

This position will work in a team atmosphere with the CCR&R Statewide Family Child Care Project Manager and the CCR&R FCC Statewide support team to build and sustain a technical assistance system for staff who support FCC educators and will work collaboratively with other agencies and organizations to address the technical assistance needs of FCC educators.

To apply:

Apply on Southwestern Child Development Commission’s website or on Indeed at

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Chatham PFC Birth To Three Specialist

The Birth to Three Specialist works to promote quality child care for infants and toddlers in Region 13 (Chatham, Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wayne Counties) through Practice-Based Coaching, mentoring, and training of child care teachers. For more information click:

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Chatham PFC Early Childhood Services Coordinator

The Early Childhood Services Coordinator organizes and provides professional development opportunities and technical assistance to early childhood education professionals in Chatham County and as needed in surrounding counties.

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Child Development Specialist, PFC of Johnston Co.

Primary Objective:
Positively influences parent and family well-being, improves parenting confidence and competence, and promotes child behavioral, social, language, and cognitive development by providing comprehensive services to families, their young children, and those who care for them, including child care providers. The Child Development Specialist will empower caregivers to be advocates for children with exceptional needs, through one-to-one and group supports, resources, and referrals.

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Child Development Specialist-2024

To apply:

Please follow the instructions on the Partnership’s Indeed page.

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Birth-to-Three Quality Enhancement Coach I

The Birth-to-Three Quality Enhancement Coach provides coaching, professional development, and support to the region’s CCR&R Quality Improvement staff and works in collaboration with licensing consultants and other community agency staff working with providers serving children birth to age three to improve the quality and availability of child care for that age group in the region.

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Birth-to-Three Quality Enhancement Coach I

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N.C. Eastern School Age Regional Consultant

Southwestern Child Development Commission is seeking a full time Eastern School Age Consultant to work regionally with CCR&R staff who offer school age professional development and technical assistance to ensure equity and consistency of services delivered to school age programs. A qualified candidate must be able to provide training in both face-to-face and online formats and be able to facilitate train the trainer events. A candidate should also have experience in providing technical assistance to child care programs.

To apply:

Submit an N.C. State Application for Employment (PD107) to Human Resources, Southwestern Child Development Commission ( or mail to: PO Box 250, Webster, NC 28788. Applications may also be faxed to (828) 631-1860 or emailed to:

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Regional Healthy Social Behaviors Quality Enhancement Coach - R12

This position provides training, technical assistance, resources and support to the region’s CCR&R Quality Improvement staff and works in collaboration with licensing consultants, other community agency staff and child care programs to address challenging behaviors of children in child care settings.

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R12 Instructional Support Quality Enhancement Manager II

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Create meaningful and relevant learning experiences for TA specialists using a mentor to coach learning model that values working relationships, builds on existing strengths and strives to meet individual coaching goals
  • Supervise TA specialists, distributing and managing TAs weekly caseloads and schedules. Approves time off and signs time sheets for the TA staff. Assists director in hiring and evaluating TA staff
  • Assist director with developing enhanced TA services, planning and designing new projects based on community needs, and advancing pedagogical approaches
  • Assist director with reporting and data collection
  • Oversee and coordinate a comprehensive training program for TA specialists related  to to effective coaching
  • Work collaboratively with other TA managers to coordinate TA services to sites awarded grants and/or awards and to monitor implementation of grant procedures
  • Oversee regular departmental file audits. Reviews program files for accuracy and provides feedback to TAs
  • Manage project budgets and track spending for individual projects
  • Work with the Sr. director to develop, facilitate and implement policies, procedures and expectations related to instructional support projects. May take the shape of creating manuals, professional development and leading departmental discussions
  • Develop, coordinate, implement and oversee all project activities including project materials, learning experiences and time-lines
  • Lead and participate in all live and on-line team meetings
  • Provide TA specialists with a variety of resources, relevant learning experiences and on-line networking opportunities
  • Facilitate and support use of professional development and data collection system for TA specialists and teachers
  • Work with the Sr. Director and other managers to develop and implement TA orientation
  • Serve as a mentor and support resource to the TA staff on CLASS® and instructional support activities
  • Work collaboratively to coordinate TA specialists’ CLASS® observations and certification/renewal
  • Work with the research team to aggregate, analyze and report on data related to all assigned projects
  • Work with the leadership team to complete all quarterly and year end reports
  • Serve as department representative in agency sponsored events (to include ASK Conference and events such as those to support Week of the Young Child)
  • Supervise TA specialists supporting their work related to various projects
  • Represent CCSA and the TA department on state, regional or other committees as assigned
  • Deliver presentations at state or national conference events highlighting the importance of effective coaching practices in early care and education
  • Perform other tasks as assigned by agency leadership
  • Treat information on CCSA clients, agency partners, employees or board members in a confidential manner
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Birth to Three Specialist, Chatham Co. Partnership for Children

Under the supervision of the Child Care Resource Manager, the Birth to Three Specialist works to promote quality child care for infants and toddlers in Region 13 (Chatham, Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wayne Counties) through Practice-Based Coaching, mentoring, and training of child care teachers. This position serves a five-county region and will work collaboratively with local Partnerships for Children and Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies in Chatham, Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wayne Counties. This position also works collaboratively with and receives direct guidance and support from the statewide Birth to Three Quality Initiative Management and other Birth to Three Specialists across the state.

  • Provides onsite and/or virtual Practice-Based Coaching to teachers of children ages birth to three years, and administrators employed in licensed early care and education facilities across Region 13 (number of visits as specified in region’s contract)
  • Creates professional growth and development plans and support achievement of established goals with all PBC participants
  • Provides professional development on Infant/Toddler Safe Sleep and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (ITS-SIDS)
  • Participates and attends meetings or trainings and assist with special statewide team projects as directed by the project management
  • Participates in the project evaluation and planning, including data collection, data reporting, and pre/post assessments on CLASS and/or ITERS-3
  • Participates in agency staff meetings and community events and needed and available
  • Other duties as required by funder or as assigned
•be required
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Quality Every Day Coach - CCRI

Full Time | R6

Job Summary

CCRI is seeking an experienced, collaborative, and relational Quality Every Day (QED) Coach to join the QED team to support child care educators participating in the Quality Every Day initiative. QED Coaches are responsible for planning, developing, delivering, and evaluating professional development opportunities and activities to enhance the professional growth and leadership skills of participants; providing on-site technical assistance; developing individual classroom and center professional development plans; and demonstrating effective strategies for sustaining quality programs.

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