ABC Head Start is comprised of inter-related program areas that work together to achieve success in learning and life. As a member of a Head Start team you will work with families, Teachers, Classroom Assistants, Social Workers, Home Educators, Speech Language Pathologists (SLP), Primary Health Care Nurses, Preschool Therapists, volunteers and other supports within the school and community.
The work we do at ABC Head Start moves us toward fulfilling our mission - working with low-income families and their preschool children to achieve success in learning and life.
Current Job Openings
All employees are required to have a current (within 6 months) Criminal Record Check and Intervention Record Check through Children's Services. We strongly recommend that you start this process before you apply for a job at ABC Head Start as it is a condition of employment.
We currently do not have any open competitions.
The following are brief descriptions of positions at ABC Head Start.
The Job Position Descriptions listed below are all congruent with being part of an interdisciplinary team with the attendant expectations involved when working with multiple persons on a team.
- Executive Director
- Teacher - Early Childhood Services
- Education Assistant (EA)
- Special Needs Assistant (SNA)
- Social Workers
- Child Care Workers
- Home Educators
- Speech-Language Pathologist
- Administrative Assistant
- Intake Worker
- Planning Coordinator
- Financial Administrator
- Community Coordinator
To submit applications e-mail the ABC Head Start Human Resource Consultant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABC Head Start is a member of the Edmonton Human Resources Cluster, a group of not for profit charitable organizations providing a wide range of human services in the Edmonton community.
We encourage you to visit jobs posted with our Cluster agencies for information about career opportunities in our agencies.
The Agencies in the Edmonton Human Resource Cluster: