We’re hiring a BSK Child Care Contract Monitor (PPM II) (Special Duty Assignment or Term Limited Temp)

Child Care Contract Monitor (PPM II) (Special Duty Assignment or Term Limited Temp) 

The application deadline is Saturday, February 11, 2023 at 11:59 pm 

Salary: $41.29 – $52.34 Hourly 

Job Description 

CYYAD and the BSK Initiative are seeking candidates qualified for a position as a Child Care Contract Monitor (PPM II). This position will work closely with the BSK Child Care Policy Lead, Child Care Subsidy Program Managers, and the Child Care Workforce Program Manager to support new investments and programming and collectively work toward a thriving and equitable child care system. This posting may be used to fill similar positions over the next six months. 

Job Duties 

  • Work closely with the Child Care Policy Lead and Subsidy and Workforce Program Managers to implement child care provider- and family-centered supports and programming through the Best Starts for Kids (BSK) Child Care Strategy. 
  • Provide support to create and implement strong administrative and operations systems and processes across all of BSK’s child care work, and develop templates for program activities, including reporting. 
  • Execute contracts and contract amendments as needed with the support of the Child Care Program Managers. This may include negotiating scopes of work, supporting partners in providing documentation for contract execution, and helping to ensure contracts are executed in a timely fashion. 
  • Complete desktop reviews for contracted partners to ensure compliance with DCHS policies and the contract’s specific requirements. 
  • Complete site reviews/monitoring visits as needed and work with team members to ensure that annual or bi-annual monitoring is completed. 
  • Work with the fiscal team to monitor contracts for fiscal compliance with County policies. 
  • Process invoices and required reports and track community partners’ progress toward their contracted outcomes. 
  • Implement and manage administrative systems that support community partners with tracking invoicing, evaluation, and reporting requirements across programs, and support contracted providers as needed to meet invoicing and reporting requirements. 
  • Work with the CYYAD/Best Starts for Kids Evaluation Team to support community partners to meet data & reporting deadlines. 
  • Support the Child Care Program Managers in organizing regular convenings and trainings with child care providers, community partners, and workgroups. 
  • Assist the BSK Child Care Program Managers with the development of Requests for Proposals and contract negotiation and execution. 
  • Perform other related duties as assigned. 

Experience, Qualifications, and Skills 

  • Deep understanding of and commitment to equity and social justice principles and practices, and understanding of the effects of place-, race- and policy & systems-based inequities and their impact on King County residents. 
  • Experience supporting complex initiatives or projects.  
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and ability to develop and implement effective administrative/operational systems and processes. 
  • Experience supporting community partners or groups to set and achieve goals and outcomes.  
  • Experience negotiating terms of contracts or similar formal agreements. 
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate and build consensus across diverse partners and community members. 
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize work in dynamic work settings with quickly shifting deadlines. 
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a member of a team. 
  • Valid Washington State Driver’s License, or the ability to travel around the county in a timely manner. 
  • Equivalent experience may be a substitute for all listed qualifications. 

Best Starts for Kids  

Building on the deep knowledge, connections, and skills within King County communities, and backed by what science and research tells us about human development, the Best Starts for Kids King County initiative meets children and families with the right services at the right time. The first Best Starts for Kids levy, approved by King County voters in 2015, reached 490,000 of King County’s youngest children and their families and 40,000 youth and young adults, catalyzing strong starts in a child’s earliest years, and sustaining those gains through to adulthood. In August 2021, King County voters chose to renew the levy with over 62% approval for another six years. The plan for Best Starts for Kids 2.0 will maintain current Best Starts for Kids investments in promotion, prevention, and early intervention, while deepening our investments to address critical needs in our community. View the Best Starts for Kids Implementation Plan: 2022 – 2027

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