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(LIHEAP)- provides assistance with energy costs for households who are income eligible and responsible for home heating costs. Thereare two phases to the LIHEAP program.

LIHEAP Phase I

The first phase is the Subsidy Component that begins in early November and ends in the middle of December. In order to qualify for this assistance an application must be completed, then eligibility is determined. The information needed to complete the application includes proof of income for all household members for the previous month, Social Security Cards for all household members and your most recent heating bill with account number shown. If heat expense is included in rent, applicant must have a letter from landlord or letter from housing authority manager stating that heat expense is included in rent.

LIHEAP Phase II

The second phase of LIHEAP is called the Crisis Component. This phase begins the first week of January and normally ends March 15th, unless funds are expended earlier. To qualify for this phase of the program an application must be completed to determine eligibility. Information needed for this application includes proof of income for all household members for the previous month, Social Security cards for each household member, the original disconnect notice or final notice from the electric or gas company, or if you are heating with bulk fuel, you must be within four days or less of being without heat in the home. If heat expense is included in rent, applicant must have an eviction notice from the County Attorney's office.

For more information on the LIHEAP Program contact us at            606-337-3044 or 606-549-3933 or stop by your nearest                 Bell-Whitley office. 

Job Opportunities

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Head Start/ Early Head Start Director - Tuesday, November 01, 2016
Minimum Qualifications

 ·       Must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Management, Child Development, Early Childhood or a related field AND experience in supervision of staff, fiscal management, and education.  Prefer experience in a public or private non-profit agency or charitable institution. 

·       Proficient in computer skills. 

·       Skills in planning, monitoring, and implementation of service programs.

 ·       Possess good written and oral communication skills and must be skilled in speaking before large and small groups. 

·       Ability to work self-directed manner, without constant supervision.

 ·       Possess a genuine concern for the community and be sincerely interested in early childhood development.

 ·       Must possess valid driver's license and be able to prove insurability by agency carrier and have reliable transportation.

 ·       Must pass a criminal record check, central registry check, chemical dependency test, TB risk assessment, and a health examination. 

Excellent benefit package.  

Please contact the Human Resource Director at 606-337-3044 with any questions. 

We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability.

 
Head Start Teacher Position at Middlesboro in Bell County & WCCP in Whitley County - Tuesday, September 06, 2016

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

*     Should have an Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education Degree (IECE).  
§  Agency prefers, in the absence of an IECE degree, a Probationary IECE certificate.
§  Must have, in the absence of an IECE degree, a Bachelor’s Degree in Primary Education (P-4 or P-5) and willing to obtain IECE certification within a time period to be determined on date of hire. 

*     Prefer experience working with pre-school children. 

*     Must pass a TB skin test, chemical dependency test, physical exam and a criminal record check.

*     Must possess valid driver’s license and be able to prove insurability by agency insurance carrier and have reliable transportation. 

Excellent benefit package.  

Please contact the Human Resource Director at 606-337-3044 with any questions.  

We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability.         

WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 
Family Advocate -Whitley County Office - Monday, September 05, 2016
Minimum Qualifications:
  •  High School Diploma or equivalent. 
  •  Prefer experience in Social Work or similar experience. 
  • Must pass a TB risk assessment or test, chemical dependency test, criminal records check, central registry check and physical examination.
  •  Must possess a valid driver's license and a valid CDL license or must be willing to obtain CDL within a specified time period and be insurable. 
  • Adequate computer skills required. 
 Excellent benefit package. Applications may be picked up at the Pineville Office on 129 North Pine Street or on the internet at www.bell-whitley.org. 

Please contact the Human Resource Director at 606-337-3044 ext. 243 with any questions.

 We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability

 
Teacher Assistant at Middlesboro School Center in Bell County & WCCP in Whitley County - Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Minimum Qualifications 

*     Must have a CDA (Child Development Credential). 

*     Prefer experience working with preschool age children

 *     Must pass a TB risk assessment, a physical examination, chemical dependency test, central registry check, and a criminal records check. 

*     Must possess valid driver's license and be able to prove insurability by agency carrier and have reliable transportation. 

 Excellent benefit package. 

 Please contact the Human Resource Director at 606-337-3044 with any questions. 

We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability.

 
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