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Second Start

Second Start is a private non-profit educational corporation located in Concord, New Hampshire since 1971. Second Start offers a wide variety of programs designed to improve the economic and educational well-being of New Hampshire residents.

Our mission is to help people become more productive workers, family members and community citizens. We provide supportive, affordable and effective educational programs, including: adult basic education, job training and career counseling, education and training for at-risk youth, and child care services.

Childcare Providers Needed

First Start Children’s Center has a variety of part time and full time positions available working with children from infant to 10 years old. First Start takes great pride in our staff. Their dedication makes the center an enjoyable place to work and a fun, nurturing and educational environment for our children. We offer staff development opportunities to enhance teaching credentials (and pay scale) and are now offering a substantial sign on bonus. High School diploma required for entry level positions. Education assistance provided. Center experience is preferred. More advanced positions require Nine (9) credits in Early Childhood Education (ECE), including three credits in child growth and development. We provide certification in Infant and Child CPR and Basic First Aid. We have a generous benefit package for employees working 25 plus hours including 90% paid health and dental insurance, holiday pay, sick and vacation time, and discounted childcare. EOE.

Help us teach our children to love learning and become an integral part of their young lives. Apply Today!  

How to Apply:

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Date Added: June 17, 2022

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