Provide high-quality parent, family, and community engagement, and social services to Early/Head Start toddlers, preschool children and their families. Comply with the Head Start Performance Standards, the Head Start Act and other applicable regulations. Build partnerships with families to assist them in identifying their goals, strengths, needed services and support systems and in developing strategies and timetables for achieving their goals. Responsibilities include eligibility, recruitment, selections, enrollment and attendance. Participate in at least 20 hours of training per year to comply with EEC, QRIS, Head Start, and CACFP trainings. Enter all training/course work into the EEC Professional Qualification registry (PQR). Have a good knowledge of MOC policies and procedures, Head Start/Early Head Start, EEC licensing regulations and EEC regulations in relation to DCF and subsidized slots.