DEPC Job Openings:

Accounting Specialist


This position is responsible for preparing and entering accounts payable invoices, maintaining office equipment, supply rooms, and support to Operations.


  • Strong analytical skills
  • Excellent problem solving skills
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills
  • To work independently
  • To be a part of a team
  • To manage multiple tasks and accounting processes 


  • Three (3) years accounting experience, preferably with two years in nonprofit environment
  • Superior computer skills
  • Valid Driver’s License

Click this link to download the complete job description for the Accounting Specialist.

Send resume to Mark Hill at

Subsidy Program Manager


Serves as the primary manager of the DEPC Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R) –Coordinated Subsidy Program, which includes implementing and overseeing the Child Care Scholarship Program and NC Pre-K Program.  Coordinates community planning and program development in the area of child care subsidy and funding streams, including the Coordinated Subsidy Workgroup. Participates in DEPC’s program management team.


  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • To manage multiple priorities
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Detail oriented
  • To work independently but be able to work as a team.
  • Strong collaborator
  • Excellent process management skills


  • Five (5) years experience in early childhood program services, preferably with a focus on system design, change, and program implementation.
  • Strong understanding of child care finance issues in NC and nationally
  • Strong understanding of child development
  • Group facilitation experience
  • Supervisory experience
  • Superior business and financial skills
  • Proficient in computer skills
  • Non-profit experience preferred.

Click this link to download job description: Subsidy Program Manager

Send resumes to Henrietta Zalkind at

Birth to Three Specialist


The Birth to Three Specialist provides coaching, professional development, and support to the region’s CCR&R Quality Improvement staff and works in collaboration with licensing consultants’ and other community agency staff working with providers serving children birth to age three to improve the quality and availability of child care for that age group in the region.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work collaboratively with the region’s CCR&R Quality Improvement staff and all other individuals providing technical assistance and training to child care providers serving children birth to age three in the region.
  • Work collaboratively with licensing consultants, abuse and neglect consultants, early intervention specialists, community college educators, child care health consultants and health inspectors working with child care provider serving infants and toddlers in the region
  • Provide IT-SIDS (Infant Toddler Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) prevention trainings.
  • Recruit and maintain a caseload of Practice-Based Coaching (PBC) participants serving children birth to age three according to project parameters and protocols with the overall project goal of improving the quality and increasing the availability of child care services for children birth to three throughout the region.
  • Recruit and publicize project services and activities on an ongoing basis.
  • Determine needs and disseminate approved grant-funded materials ( when available) to child care programs and/or families within the region
  • Work collaboratively with other Birth to Three Specialists from across the state and sthe statewide Project Management Team
  • Gather and maintain all necessary paperwork including applications, contracts program plans, site visit summaries, etc. on each program in caseload.
  • Meet all regional outcomes of the Statewide Birth -to-Three Quality Initiative Project
  • Participate in the Project Evaluation Plan
  • Attend all trainings and meetings required of the Birth to Three Specialist
  • Prepare and submit all required reports.
  • Treat all information on clients, employees, and Board members in a confidential manner.
  • Participate in local, state and agency sponsored events or meetings.
  • Represent agency at local, state, or national conferences.
  • Perform other tasks as assigned by Project and Agency leadership.

Click here to download full job description: Birth to Three Specialist

Send resumes to Kimberly Hickerson at

Family Resource Center After Hours Specialist


Maintains a safe and secure environment for staff, program participants and/or visitors of the Down East Partnership For Children.  The Family Resource Center After Hours Specialist is responsible for assisting program staff with meeting room preparation and cleanup, as needed. 


  • Must be able to work nights and weekends
  • Trustworthiness
  • Strong people and communication skills
  • To work independently and as part of a team
  • Detail oriented


  • Minimum of three (3) years security guard experience
  • CPR Certified


  • Opening and closing the building for week night and weekend events, which may include meeting room preparation and cleanup.
  • Responsible for monitoring the front entrance of the Partnership.
  • Greeting visitors, finding out the nature of the visit and directing them to the appropriate destination.
  • Patrol the grounds of Down East Partnership For Children, as needed.
  • Respond to emergency situations and other routine security tasks.
  • Maintain calm demeanor and juggle multiple requests and tasks.
  • Other duties may be assigned, as deemed appropriated.


  • High School graduate/equivalent required
  • Law enforcement or security guard training


  • While performing this job the employee is:
    • Frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands or arms; and talk or hear
    • Frequently required to stand, walk, stoop, kneel
    • Periodically required to lift up to 50 pounds
  • The position also requires the ability to periodically work under time pressure

Partner Courtesy Posts

Nash Community College currently has the following openings:

Nash Community College currently has the following openings:

Director, Child Development Center

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Lead Teacher, Child Development Center

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Short Shift Teacher, Child Development Center

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Additional information can be found online,  Interested applicants must apply through the website.

Good Shepherd Day School of Rocky Mount, NC is seeking to hire a full-time PreK Lead Teacher.  The position is Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm.  The pay between $12 – $13 an hour.  Must have 2+ years of experience.  An Associate Degree in Early Child Development and Education is required or equivalent.  Must have current CBC Qualification Letter and Education Status Letter from DCDEE, Workforce Education Unit.  Position will be opened until filled.  Interested candidates please send resume to

Braswell Memorial Library

POSITION TITLE:  Part-time Youth Services Associate: Raising-a-Reader


Hours: Part-time: 8:00 am – 12:00 noon Monday –Friday during the regular school year

            Occasional evening and weekend responsibilities

 Rate of Pay: $17.25/hour

Position Summary

If you have a passion for children and literacy, consider joining the Raising-a-Reader team at Braswell Library. Raising-a-Reader story presenters plan and deliver story time programming at child care centers and NC PreK classrooms in Nash and Edgecombe counties. They conduct pre and post program survey assessments with parents to gauge the success of the program. Working together, the team plans and conducts literacy based workshops for parents and teachers to emphasis successful story sharing techniques. Candidates invited to interview will create a story time presentation in response to a prompt.

Please see the website for the complete job description.

 Education and experience

Associate degree required. Preferred qualifications include: a degree in early childhood education, experience working with young children, experience preparing and presenting story time programming. Ability to speak Spanish is desirable, but not required.

Physical Requirements

Work is typically performed while sitting, standing, bending, crouching, or stooping.  The employee frequently lifts light objects, occasionally lifts heavy objects.

Additional Requirements:

Must have, or have the ability to obtain, a valid North Carolina driver’s license.

Review of Applications will begin on August 8, 2022. Please apply early for first consideration.

Review of applications will begin immediately. The position will remain open until filled.

To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to

Peacemakers of Rocky Mount is hiring 3 tutors for their After School Program for next semester. Interested candidates should send their resume and the attached application to Hours are Monday – Thursday from 3 – 6 PM, starting on Monday, January 3 at $12/hour.  Hiring will take place from now until next Thursday, December 16.  For more information see the flyer link below.

Tutoring Flyer

Tutor Application

Joyland Preschool is seeking someone who can serve as a Floater! Must be flexible to work where needed. The job includes cooking, working in the Preschool Classroom as a Preschool Teacher, and assisting the Director as needed. To qualify for the position. The teacher must have an Associate Degree or higher in Early Childhood Education. Must be loving and nurturing to children! Create weekly lesson plans using Creative Curriculum and Foundation, General upkeep of classroom and kitchen. A current letter from the Division of Child Development and Early Education is required to serve in the classroom. Submit your resume and a copy of your degree to our Facebook page. The documents can be emailed to, mailed to 3951 Red Road Nashville NC 27856, or feel free to drop it off at the preschool. No phone calls, please!