The San Francisco Office of Early Care & Education (OECE) provides an exciting and collaborative work environment for those interested in improving access to high-quality early care and education for San Francisco’s children ages 0 to 5 and their families.
1823 Senior Data & Evaluation Analyst – Under the direction of the Budget and Impact Manager, the Sr. Administrative Analyst – Data and Evaluation will work in a team environment with the Office of Early Care and Education (OECE) staff to support the successful implementation of a new data system and the foundational data policies and procedures needed to ensure its success. This position will work with OECE data vendors, First Five San Francisco, SFUSD, OECE’s two Integrated Service Agencies, the local child care planning and advisory council (CPAC) as well as with parents, ECE programs and other key stakeholders.To learn more or apply CLICK HERE.
2919 On Call/ As-needed Child Care Specialist – The San Francisco Human Services Agency (HSA) has one-stop centers across the City where residents can apply for social services such as Cal-Works, Cal-Fresh, Job training, and general assistance. Several of these one-stop centers have on-site drop-in child care rooms where parents can drop off their 2-12 year olds for fun and enriching activities while they complete the steps required to apply for services. OECE is looking for qualified child care specialists to staff the HSA child care drop in centers on an ON-CALL/AS-NEEDED basis when our full-time child care specialists are unavailable. We are looking for professionals with child care experience who could be available and on-call Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. To learn more or apply CLICK HERE.
Note: OECE is provided back-office support by the Human Services Agency (HSA), including Human Resources support.