Make a positive career move while making a difference in a child’s future! Stars has a history of providing high quality child care, education, and youth development programs to children and families throughout the South Shore. We work hard to provide opportunities and support for staff career development through our career lattice and intentional mentoring. Longevity of staff is unusually high throughout our programs. Stars is a great place to work!
Director of Family Support
As a member of the senior management team, the Director of Family Support actively participates in the development of agency policies, procedures and programs and is responsible for all programmatic and administrative functions related to family support and engagement.
Lead Preschool Teacher (needed in both Weymouth and Quincy)
The Lead Teacher is in charge of the education of each of their children in her classroom, developing an environment and curriculum that supports optimal development. S/he works with the Center Director to plan and implement all center programs and to supervise and support his/her classroom staff. S/he may assume responsibility for the center in absence of the Center Director.
Part Time / Quincy
School Age Group Leader I
As a member of the center team, help develop and maintain a safe, nurturing, creative, fun, developmentally appropriate program. Group Leader I is responsible for the operation in the absence of the Center Director. Forty-four week, school year position.
PART Time / Randolph
Middle School/High School Youth Development Worker
The 21st CCLC Youth Development Worker will be responsible for leading an academic support group, provide quality enrichment activities, help build a school connection to support the academic component, implement program outcomes, attend professional development to enhance program school year goals and priorities. The position is 16 hours total for 4-afternoons per week.
Assist South Shore Stars Enrollment Director with a focus on determining eligibility for subsidized childcare, and school programming. Flexible hours!
School Van Driver
The Stars agency van driver is responsible for the safe transportation of Stars children and youth to and/or from program and home in agency vehicles.
Family Support Clinician
Provide therapeutic services, case management, assessment and referrals to children and their families. Consult with center staff and parents regarding the needs of individual children.
Early Head Start Home Visitor/Family Partner
As part of the Early Head Start (EHS) Stars, the Home Visitor implements home visits to pregnant mothers and families with children under the age of three years old in the communities of Randolph, Holbrook, Brockton, Avon, and Stoughton.
Full Time / Weymouth
Preschool Teacher Assistant
Teacher Assistants, as members of the classroom’s teaching team, help ensure that each child's developmental needs are met.
* All South Shore Stars employees should be able to lift at least 40 lbs and work in a non-sedentary environment.
Equal Opportunity Employer
South Shore Stars is an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills.
We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.
All employment is decided based on qualifications, merit, and agency need.
South Shore Stars provides comprehensive early education and youth development programs that enhance the optimal growth of children from economically and culturally diverse families, using a family support approach in collaboration with schools and other service providers.
Four core goals form the foundation of our work:
- Enable parents to work
- Help each child reach their full development potential
- Facilitate positive youth development
- Improve academic achievement for students at-risk of academic failure