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Gateway Community Action Partnership is currently accepting applications/ resumes for the following positions. Please contact the Human Resources Department at (856) 451-6330 if interested.



Post Date:            October 2, 2014

Close Date:         October 16, 2014


HEAD START- Various center positions posted in three counties include jobs in the areas listed below. Please contact Head Start Central Office for specific position:


Sub. Center Aides – All Centers                                                                                                     




Abbott Substitute Teacher (PT) (Bridgeton) – Responsible for filling in for absent teachers. Must be able to follow a classroom schedule, lesson plan, and work with children of ages 3-4. The position is on-call when needed and shifts may vary from day-to-day. High School Diploma or GED certificate, Bridgeton or County substitute certificate, and a valid driver’s license are required.


Floating Teacher’s Assistant (FT) (Bridgeton) – Responsible for various classroom and other duties such as giving breaks to classroom staff and some meal service duties. Candidate will also be responsible for filling in for absent teachers when needed. Must be able to follow a classroom schedule and work with various ages 0-5. Position is on-call when needed shift may vary from day-to-day. Must have a HS Diploma or GED certificate, and a valid NJ Driver’s License.



Breastfeeding Manager/IBCLC– WIC (FT) (Cumberland, Salem and Camden Co.) - Provide direct clinical breastfeeding services to WIC participants with appropriate follow up within the “Standards of Practice for IBCLC Lactation Consultants,” including assessment, planning, intervention, and evaluation of care in the WIC clinic, participant’s home, or other appropriate location. Document all client contacts completely and accurately. Maintain records, statistics and schedules for lactation services.  Organize information and create posters for activities to advocate breastfeeding; Conduct breastfeeding support groups and assess the need for breastfeeding aids and instruct women in their appropriate use. Develop and implement the yearly work-plan for the Nutrition Education and Breastfeeding services for the agency; execute the program budget and provide accurate and timely reports; Coordinate and implement the breastfeeding peer-counseling program at the Local agency level; Maintain accurate breast pumps and breastfeeding aids inventory. Distribute Crystal reports to PC for follow-up Schedule and monitor Peer Counselors in conjunction with Assistant Program Coordinator; professional development and attend trainings mandated by the State WIC program. Must have the ability to work in a fast paced environment with multi-cultural, and multi-lingual clientele and /staff. Travel within Gateway CAP service area is required. Other duties as assigned by Supervisor. Qualified applicants must be an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) IBCLC. At least three years experience, but will accept less if the candidate is promising.  Bi-lingual with a Bachelor’s preferable. 35 hour work week