Child Care &
Comprised of Registration, Child Care Resources and Referral, and the Child and Adult Care Food Program, the Child Care & Development Council is a local resource for registered/licensed, legally-exempt, and potential child care providers, as well as parents looking for child care options.
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We provide education to schools, businesses and community organizations to increase residents' safety while walking, bicycling, or driving. We coordinate similar efforts with law enforcement, healthcare providers, and child passenger safety technicians.
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Child Care Registrar/Trainer
Seeking professional for the Registration and Inspection of Family Day Care (FDC) and School Age Child Care (SACC) programs. The Registrar/Trainer is a full time position responsible for processing FDC and SACC applications, conducting monitoring and complaint inspections, developing and delivering training/technical assistance, and maintaining related files and data bases.
Qualified candidates must possess strong verbal/written communication and computer skills, valid NYS driver’s license, reliable transportation, and a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field with a minimum of 3 years experience preferred.
Interested candidates should apply
Articles & Resources
ECA of Oswego County will coordinate collaborative efforts across community-based organizations, educational institutions, health care providers and businesses to develop a united, comprehensive infrastructure of care across the county for children from birth to age 5.
Integrated Community Planning of Oswego County, Inc., was recently recognized for its 35th anniversary as a nonprofit agency in Oswego County. To commemorate the anniversary, Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow presented a certificate of recognition to ICP Executive Director Brandy Koproski and Programs Coordinator Stephanie Burdick.
The Oswego County Legislature proclaimed May 7 as Child Care Appreciation Day, a day to recognize the important role providers play in the lives of young children and families in Oswego County. Thank you Providers for all you do!!
Please read the NYS Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) Dear Provider Letters for important guidance and updates regarding child care programs.