Training and Curriculum/Program Specialists: Responsible for conducting training for all CYS direct care. Training topics include child growth and development, child health and nutrition, developmental programming, discipline techniques, parent relations, family style dining, child abuse identification and reporting, and safety.
Food Service Manager: Plans and implements food services for child care programs. The Food Service Manager plans economical USDA-approved meals, ensures nutrition training is provided for staff and parents, and ensures the food program meets health and sanitation requirements.
Child Development Teachers: Prepares lesson plans for child activities according to the needs, interests, and abilities of each child. The teachers role model communication and interaction for staff and parents and provide first-line supervision for direct care staff.
Program Assistants and FCC Providers: Responsible for implementing program activities that support children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development.
School Liaison Officer: Responsible for the operation, integration, coordination, and oversight of all Garrison CYS issues involving schools and their relationship to the local military community.
Sports & Fitness Program Associate: Responsible for providing support and assistance to activity Director, and Installation Volunteer Sports Coaches. Encourages participant interest and establishes a program setting that promotes positive child and youth interactions with other children, youth, and adults. Assists Sports & Fitness Director in training coaches using the National Youth Sports Coaches Association (NYSCA) training guidelines. Shares expertise in the operation of intramural programs for youth and providing skill-building programs for children. Assists coaches in practice procedures, operating an effective coach/parent meeting and parent relations. Assists trainer in training staff and providers in sports/fitness related areas.
Technology Specialist: Responsible for integrating technology into all aspects of CYS operations including Child Development Centers, Family Child Care System, School Age Services Programs, Youth Services Programs and Child and Youth Liaison, Education and Outreach Services including Youth Education Support Services and Outreach Services. Designs and implements a comprehensive Educational Technology Program for school-age children, middle school youth, and teens attending CYS programs.