Open position:  CACFP Field Representative

Classification: Full-Time (40 hours)/Non-Exempt

Job Summary
Monitors family child care homes to assure compliance with program regulations.  Provides on-site off-site home review visits during COVID 19 Waiver, (technical assistance and training to providers as required).  Provides nutritional education to caregivers.   Participates and assists in processing claims to include reviewing submitted claims, error reports and making required adjustments.  Collaborates with the CACFP manager and Claims Specialist on all claim issues and participates in the problem solving process. Responsible for the enrollment of new providers into the CACFP program.  Responsible to the CACFP Manager to conduct, document, and report the findings during home visits.

Specific Duties

  1. Consistently adheres to all program regulations, directives, and guidelines during all initial and follow-up visits addressing issues of non-compliance and conducting additional visits, technical assistance, training, or directing corrective actions to include, on-hold, probation, or declaring a provider seriously deficient.
  2. Monitors each home assigned three times per fiscal year
  3. Provides technical assistance and training to include nutrition education to assigned providers.
  4. Submits all agency required documentation (mileage, timesheets, review forms, etc.) completed accurately and on time.
  5. Keeps the CACFP Manager updated on home visit status.
  6. Enrolls new providers into the CACFP.
  1. Assists in monthly claim submittals and edit checks claims.
  2. Responsible for filing, preparing menu packets and helping with mass mailings.
  3. Contact assigned providers as requested or if they need additional information.
  4. Participates in a professional development plan as directed by the CACFP Manager
  5. Executes strategies for attracting and recruiting providers to the  agency’s CACFP
  6. Answer phone calls; respond to emails, assist walk-ins pertaining to 4C Food Program within 24 hours.
  7. Assists Food Program staff and managers as needed.

Education and Experience

  • Must be proficient in using software such as WORD and EXCEL and OUTLOOK.
  • Must demonstrate high level of customer commitment.
  • Must be able to multitask and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Knowledge of the Child and Adult Care Food Program is helpful, but not required.
  • Be Bilingual in Spanish or Hmong preferred, but not required.
  • Must be able to travel


  • Must have a valid driver’s license and own a vehicle with proof of insurance

Please submit resume to Doris Acevedo at

Position: Contracted Instructor

AGENCY: 4C For Children

LOCATION: 1736 North 2nd Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SERVED: Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington, Waukesha, Racine and Kenosha

POSITION: The purpose of this position is to function as a Contracted Instructor to provide training related to Early Care and Educations.

Direct instruction of applicable classes to include but not limited to: Introduction to the Child Care Profession, Skills and Strategies, Fundamentals of Infant and Toddler, Fundamentals of Family Day Care, School Age, includes workshops (i.e., SBS, SIDS, etc). Based on additional qualifications the following trainings would include: Ages and Stages, Child Outcomes and Portfolio Development, SCAN-MRT, Wisconsin Model of Early Learning Standards, and Social and Emotional Development, Guiding Principle, School Age Curriculum, Active Early, Strengthening Family, SEFEL Pyramid Model, Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ), Stewards of Children – Darkness to Light.

– Assume daily travel throughout six counties served.
– Work evenings and occasionally on weekends, as needed to meet local needs
– Transport teaching materials weighing approximately 10 to 20 pounds, on a daily basis, to teaching sites
throughout the county.

– Have Trainer Endorsement with The Registry
– Have a Tier 2 or Tier 3 Endorsement with The Registry
– Have the Training and Technical Assistance Professional Training (T-TAP)
– Background in the Early Care and Education field.
– Ability to teach and communicate effectively orally, in writing, and through educational technology to adults
– Ability to teach interactive lessons offered as a peer for low income residents
– Ability to manage multiple training simultaneously.
– Knowledge and skills to effectively interact with people from different cultural backgrounds, including those associated with race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and other aspects of human diversity.

A criminal background check will be conducted prior to employment. Completed consent forms will be requested following the final interviews. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

If interested, please send resume to Lia Yang at