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Emergent ED. Child Care Consulting is a full-service consulting firm for child care centers and homes throughout the State of Texas. We hire enthusiastic, energetic people to become a part of our company. If you feel you are the right person for the job, check out our job listings below.  

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Certified Early Childhood Trainer: (Grant Funded Position)

Salary: $40,000 - $43,000 annually (non-negotiable)



The Emergent ED Shared Services Alliance (EESSA) is a program of Emergent ED Child Care Consulting. The EESSA is seeking an experienced Certified TECPDS (Texas Early Childhood Professional Development System) trainer to lead professional development trainings, both virtual and in-person for all EESSA members.


Develop, design, and conduct workshops and training sessions for EESSA child care programs.

  • Conduct one-on-one consulting sessions with child care owners and directors to determine outstanding training requirements.
  • Serve as the early childhood consultant and technical assistant for child care providers.
  • Design and develop training curricula, presentations and agendas that align with child care licensing annual training requirements.
  • Schedule and conduct virtual training, seminars, and conferences.
  • Provide oversight of EESSA calendar to ensure program goals and objectives are being met.
  • Engage with cross-functional teams to create, implement, and refine aspects of provider programs.
 Develop and Assess program initiatives to track provider training requirements
  • Monitor provider compliance through various databases including TXDFPS Child Care Licensing website to determine best practices for any state training deficiencies
  • Implement program assessments and training plans to ensure continued compliance
  • Develop training curricula based on provider risks and assessments for continued compliance
  • Provide virtual and on-site training, referrals, consultations to all EESSA members
  • Register all training's with TECPDS registry
  • Create sign-in sheets and end-of-training surveys to send to all EESSA members

Develop and implement program quality assessments

  • Develop program assessment activities to determine program quality and needs to support
  • Assist with evaluation of current program goals and modify, if necessary
  • Enter pertinent program data into Emergent ED’s CRM for tracking and monitoring purposes
  • Utilize reflective practices to facilitate goal setting and regular observation feedback
  • Develop and implement processes to track training renewals requirements
Develop and analysis program data as needed
  • Generate independently or coordinates reporting with EESSA team and submits in a timely manner
  • Attend scheduled meetings with clients and stakeholders to share program success goals
  • Participate in all staff monthly meetings

 Other duties as assigned, including

  • Represent EESSA at community events when requested
  • Participate in professional development opportunities to improve skills


 Minimum Education

  • Associates Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in early childhood education, psychology, business administration or related field preferred with minimum of three years of experience in the early childhood field

Required Education

  • Certified Early Childhood Trainer- Texas Early Childhood Professional Development System

Minimum Skills and Experience

  • Minimum of three years working in an early childhood setting
  • Provided a minimum of 120 clock hours of training to adults
  • Experience with development and implementation of training programs (adult learners)
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Commitment to working in teams and demonstrated team leadership skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Creativity and flexibility
  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasks at one time

 Equipment Used

  • Computer and software packages – (Windows, Word, Excel), telephone, calculator, FAX machine, copier, audiovisual equipment

 Working Conditions

  • Work is carried out in a controlled, agreeable environment as generally represented by normal office conditions


  • Requires frequent contact by telephone, online virtual meeting, written communication and in person with individuals inside and outside the organization requiring reasonable tact, discretion, self-expression and a working knowledge of the organization and practices and procedures

Physical Requirements

  • Physical exertion includes bending, pushing, standing and walking. Must be able to move or lift approximately 25 pounds (i.e. overhead projector, campaign supplies, etc.)
  • Ability to speak clearly and distinctly
  • Good vision and good hearing acuity (with glasses and hearing aids, if necessary)
  • Skill in use of computer screens and manual dexterity and skill in use of keyboard

 Mental and Aptitude Requirements

  • Job requires ability to hear and talk; analytical, conceptual, problem-solving and decision-making skills

Staff/Volunteer and Community Relationships

  • Works cooperatively with customers and representatives of other organizations; conducts all business in a courteous, professional manner


  • Must be able to work on a flexible schedule
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Must have valid Texas State Driver’s license


  • 75% in-state travel is required (Texas)


  • Hybrid work schedule optional


Health, Dental, Vision, Retirement Benefit Options!