Family Service Worker (Former Employee) – Myakka City, FL – September 12, 2018
Greeting parents to school and help them sign in there children, help out with medicine to the children that were ill at the time, working beside my manager to complete task during day, I did enjoy making a different life for parents and children.
ECE Coordinator (Current Employee) – Loxley, AL – August 27, 2018
Everyone is very pleasant to work with. The culture here is Hispanic children and family, and most of the workers here are Hispanic as well. The job is easy if you have a heart for education and teaching. There is no hard parts to this job.
I Love working there. The job has lots of opportunities to advance with new experiences. The management team are willing to help in anyway they can with providing with information to be successful with doing your job.
N/A (Current Employee) – Alabama – February 8, 2018
I will not recommend working at ECMHSP to anybody. Management is constantly changing and expectations are not clear. In a season, there was a change in the following positions: Director of H.R., Benefits, Early Chidhood Education Coordinator Specialist, Head Start Administrators, and the list goes on. Most of the positions that changed were the mayor decisions are made making the center unstable with all of the changes. Pay is low in compared to all of the work load. Family time is out of the question and they expect for you to be available all the time. When hired, was told one thing and done differently. First week of hired, all of the specialist approached me and told me to get out now. Also, some staff end up purchasing stuff with their own money for the center due lack of communication with management, which is sad. Having the position that I had, I had no authority at all. Not even when doing professional development. Management always changed the scores to not have the teachers paid what they needed to be paid.
Bus Monitor/Assistant Teacher 2 (Former Employee) – Fort Meade, FL – January 10, 2018
Early morning shift a 4:30am, get the buses car seats ready for each of the kids that aboard the bus. Clean bus sanitize the seats and car seats.Take care of the kids while napping and also while eating their lunch. Ive learned a lot as a care giver that working together and as a team is the most important.
It is a very challenging employment and to work with children it take a lot of patience if you don't have patience then it's not a job for you. I love working with children the only thing about the company is short staff do to asking for to much educational classes .
Teacher (Former Employee) – Bailey, NC – August 2, 2016
I looked forward to going to work everyday. the children were ready to learn and they were loving. the parents were caring and loving and wanting the best education and care for their children. My co-workers were the best. When my husband past on to glory, they were right there by my side.
Early Childhood Education Coordinator (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – June 28, 2016
East Coast Migrant Head Start Project is Head Start program that's committed to prepare the children of migrant and seasonal farm workers for success. The program provide, high-quality early childhood education services for children and families in a nurturing, culturally-sensitive environment. As the Education Coordinator, it was my responsibility to ensure that each child that enter our center was prepared for school and life success through developmentally stimulating, individualized activities from the infants to preschoolers.
East Coast Migrant Head Start Project is a great place for employment. I enjoyed working with the children and families. We are all like one big happy family working together as a team to get the job done each day. I have been with East Coast Migrant Head Start Project for about 14-15 years. I enjoy my job and I look forward to it everyday, Monday-Friday for 8 hours a day.
Health Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Cheriton, VA – February 3, 2016
The beginning of the day starts with doing a head to toe exam of the children for bruises or marks.The most important part of the day was knowing that you provided the best care for the children in the center. The employers worked as team players. Trying not to get attached to the children that are enrolled in the program was the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that you made a difference in a child's life
Family Services (Former Employee) – Alabama – September 17, 2015
As a Community/Family specialist you are over many complex areas: Governance, Family Service, Enrollment,Attendance and much more. You will be expected to have no life outside of work.... Working long days, meetings on the weekends, after hours and anytime they need you with no Exceptions. You as a employee are not valued rather thrown under the bus and worked until you just can't handle it anymore. Forget about asking questions because there is little training and you are put down when you ask anything. You are automatically suppose to know how to do the 50 tasks listed on your job description. The mission is great, but it is sad that the company does not care about there employees as much as the migrant families they serve.***There is a high turn over**** because many quit because they cannot handle the stress and being undermined and mistreated. Great pay if you want to eat, sleep and live work.
Loved this job working with the families and children
Preschool Teacher (Former Employee) – Steele, AL – October 27, 2014
The day would start at 6:30am and I wouldn't leave until 6pm or later from the center. I would say a good 3 days a week I wouldn't get home until 8:30 or 9 because of Home visits or Teacher/Parent Conferences that needed to be done. I learned how to be very organized and efficient because of the required paperwork that needed to be done.
working with the children and the families
hours and hours of outside preparation of Lesson plans and other paperwork