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					AAA Director
Accounting Assistant/Accounts Payable Clerk
Accounting Director - Fiscal
Administrative Assistant - AAA
Administrative Assistant - EHS
Administrative Assistant - HS
Administrative Assistant - MI WKS
Administrative Assistant - Volunteer Programs
Administrative Clerk - Admin.
Administrative Services Director
Area Manager - EHS
Area Manager - HS
Area Manager - MI WKS
Area Manager/Program Specialist - MI WKS
Assistant Director - EHS
Assistant Director North - HS
Assistant Director South - HS
Associate Director, Human Resources
Bus Driver - HS
Business Liaison - MI WKS
Career Advisor - MI WKS
Case Manager - CM/HCBW
Case Manager/Trainer - MI WKS
Case Worker - Compass
Classroom Training Instructor - MI WKS
Classroom Training Instructor/Asset Building Specialist - MI WKS
Client Services Director
Communications/Grant Coordinator
Community Based Care Supervisor - Aging
Community Development Coordinator - CD
Community Services Program Coordinator
Compass Director
Crisis Prevention Program Coordinator - Client Services
Custodian - HS
Custodian/Maintenance Coordinator - HS
Customer Consultant - MI WKS
Customer Consultant/Trainer - MI WKS
Data Entry Assistant
Data Entry Assistant/Receptionist
Database Administrator
Developmental Projects Coordinator - Aging
Director of Business & Financial Resources - Aging
Director of Information Technology
Elder Advocacy Services Manager - Aging
Energy Inspector - Client Services
Executive Assisstant
Facilities and Purchasing Agent
Family Community Coordinator - HS
Family Support Coordinator -EHS
Finance and Facilities Manager - HS
GPGS Facilitator/Home Visitor
Grants Administrator - Aging
Head Start Aide
Health Services Manager - HS
Home Visitor I - HS
Home Visitor II - HS
Housing Coordinator
HR Employment/Benefit Coordinator
HR Leave/Benefits Coordinator
Infant Toddler Assistant Center Based - EHS
Infant Toddler Assistant Home Based - EHS
Infant Toddler Teacher - EHS
Intake Specialist - CM/HCBW
Job Readiness Coordinator - MI WKS
Lead Case Manager CM/HCBW
Lead Warehouse Assistant - Client Services
Mental Health Specialist - EHS
Network Administrator/Wkstation Manager - IT
Office Clerk - Client Services
Office Coordinator - HS
Office Manager - HS
Payroll and Benefits Administrator
Planning and Evaluation Director
Playgroup Educator - EHS
Program Assistant - GPGS
Program Assistant - HS
Program Assistant - MI WKS
Program Coordinator - Client Services
Program Coordinator - CSFP
Program Coordinator - EHS
Program Operations Coordinator - HS
Program Services Clerk - MI WKS
Program Specialist - CM/HCBW
Receptionist Clerk - MI WKS
Receptionist/Billing Coordinator - HS
Receptionist/Office Coordinator - Fiscal
Receptionist/Office Coordinator - MI WKS
Registered Nurse - CBC
Rural Housing Resource & Information Specialist - CD
School Success Director
School Success Liaison
Services Coordinator - Aging
Services Coordinator - Volunteer Programs
Staff Accountant/Property Manager
Teacher - APS Preschool
Teacher - Center/Combo
Teacher - Home Based
Teaching Assistant (APS Preschool)
Teaching Assistant I - Center/Combo - HS
Teaching Assistant II - Center/Combo - HS
TEFAP Program Coordinator/CSFP Prg Asst
Translator/Interpreter - HS
Truancy Intervention Worker - School Success
Volunteer Programs Director
Warehouse Assistant - Client Services
Workforce Development Director
             EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION



                              EVALUATION YEAR                        2010




Employee Name:                                                       Employee No.:


Job Title:       Translator/Interpreter - Early Childhood Services   Classification Level: _________
                                                                                                  4




Supervisor:




                 TIME FRAME FOR EVALUATION COMPLETION IS AS FOLLOWS:

                                            FULL YEAR EMPLOYEES:
                      Evaluations completed and distributed to employees by September 1st
                   Received in the Human Resources Department no later than September 15th

                                        PART YEAR EMPLOYEES:
                       Evaluations completed and distributed to employees prior to lay off
                      Received in the Human Resources Department no later than June 15th



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                                           JOB PERFORMANCE FACTORS
For Levels 3 – 12, list at a minimum, 3 job specific factors that correspond to the employee’s position. These factors must be taken from the
employee’s job description. All employees are ranked on the common factors (as appropriate).
All weights cannot be less than .03 per factor
                                                          Common Factors
Factor                          Weight             Definition
                                                  Maintains knowledge of and effectively adheres to agency and program policies, procedures and
                                                  regulations. Utilizes technical skills related to the job. Understands and works within the scope of
Job Knowledge and                                 the job description. Continues to learn and develop skills and expertise. Attends staff meetings
                                   0.07
      Skills                                      and trainings, as required. Keeps required credentials and certificates up to date. Maintains log of
                                                  professional development / continuing education.

                                                  Thoroughness, neatness, attention to detail. Accuracy, avoidance of errors, checks work. Asks for
     Quality of                                   clarity when unsure. Maintains quality in both slow and peak periods. Assumes responsibility for
                                   0.07
    Performance                                   assigned tasks. Applies sound judgement in all situations.
                                                  Effectively uses time to meet deadlines and complete tasks. Prioritizes and organizes work
Time Management                    0.07           schedules. Successfully juggles multiple tasks. Works independently as appropriate.

                                                  Manages leave time effectively to minimize impact on department. Maintains regular attendance
                                                  in accordance with work schedule. Punctual. Follows safety standards and guidelines to maintain
 Self Management                   0.07           a safe workplace environment. Acts in a safe and prudent manner in the workplace. Properly uses
                                                  equipment and supplies. Conveys thoughts, listens, and participates at appropriate times.

                                                  Shares information and expertise with others. Accepts suggestions and criticism in a cooperative
                                                  and positive manner. Assumes fair share of workload and is flexible in scheduling. Contributes to
   Team Support                    0.08           development and implementation of department goals. Recognizes diversity by treating others
                                                  with dignity, fairness, and respect.

                                                  Consistently provides informed quality service. Promptly responds to inquiries and requests.
                                                  Treats individuals with courtesy and respect. Displays a willingness to seek solutions to
 Customer Service                  0.10           identified needs. Demonstrates the ability to convey thoughts and ideas clearly and concisely
                                                  including having an awareness of words, body language, and tone of voice.

                                                  Maintains confidentiality and security of information. Exhibits appropriate attire as defined in the
                                                  dress code and wears name tag, if appropriate. Projects a positive and professional image in
  Professionalism                  0.10           manner, speech, and dress and is aware that the image portrayed in attire, attitude and actions are
                                                  a visual reflection of NEMCSA.




                                                       Job Specific Factors
Factor                         Weight              Definition
Classroom                                         Assists in the overall management of the classroom. Models appropriate behavior management
Environment                                       and helps with conflict resolution. Helps to develop, maintain and enhance a positive, healthy,
                                                  and low stress environment in the classroom. Assists in the daily management of the physical
                                                  classroom, building, and grounds to ensure a clean and orderly environment. This may include
                                                  some janitorial duties.
                                   0.10




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Factor                     Weight          Definition
Curriculum                                 Assists the teaching staff in the implementation of the curriculum including carrying out
Implementation                             developmentally appropriate activities in all areas of child development. Supports a consistent
                                           daily schedule with a balance between adult and child-directed activities. Assists in on-going
                              0.10         anecdotal observation of children.




Program Support                            Supports and encourages parent involvement in all program activities. Completes and submits
                                           program paperwork accurately and pormptly as assigned by supervisor

                              0.07




Interpreting and                           Interprets verbal and written communication that occurs in the classroom and during
Translation                                application/enrollment, appointments, home visits, parent meetings, parent/teacher conferences,
                                           community events, phone calls, and other situations as needed. Translates weekly newsletters and
                              0.17         any other communication that is sent home. This may include any agency forms needed to help
                                           improve the communication process between families and Head Start.




Continuing Education Requirements:




EMPLOYEE AND SUPERVISOR CERTIFICATION
Employee signature indicates review and understanding of these job factors as basis for the job performance evaluation

          Employee Signature                                                          Date

         Supervisor Signature                                                         Date

            Supervisor retains original and submits with year end evaluation; copy to employee



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              2010 EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
     Rank              Ranking
    Number             Guidelines
          5            Exceptional * - Significantly exceeds expectations.
          4            Highly Effective - Performs above expectations on a regular basis.
          3            Meets Expectations – Consistently fulfills expectations.
          2            Further Development Needed * - Meets expectations in some instances, but lacks
                       consistency and frequently falls short of desired results.
          1            Unacceptable * - Consistently fails to meet expectations.
          * Comments required for these rankings.
Rank the employee on each of the following factors.
                                                                   Rank
Job Knowledge and Skills                                          Number   Comments
Maintains knowledge of and effectively adheres to agency
and program policies, procedures and regulations. Utilizes
technical skills related to the job. Understands and works
within the scope of the job description. Continues to learn
and develop skills and expertise. Attends staff meetings and
trainings, as required. Keeps required credentials and
certificates up to date. Maintains log of professional
development / continuing education.




Quality of Performance                                           Rank      Comments
Thoroughness, neatness, attention to detail. Accuracy,
avoidance of errors, checks work. Asks for clarity when
unsure. Maintains quality in both slow and peak periods.
Assumes responsibility for assigned tasks. Applies sound
judgement in all situations.




Time Management                                                  Rank      Comments
Effectively uses time to meet deadlines and complete tasks.
Prioritizes and organizes work schedules. Successfully juggles
multiple tasks. Works independently as appropriate.




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Self Management                                                 Rank   Comments
Manages leave time effectively to minimize impact on
department. Maintains regular attendance and punctuality in
accordance with work schedule. Follows safety standards
and guidelines to maintain a safe workplace environment.
Acts in a safe and prudent manner in the workplace.
Properly uses equipment and supplies.




Team Support                                                 Rank      Comments
Shares information and expertise with others. Accepts
suggestions and criticism in a cooperative and positive
manner. Assumes fair share of workload and is flexible in
scheduling. Contributes to development and implementation
of department goals. Recognizes diversity by treating others
with dignity, fairness, and respect.




Customer Service                                              Rank     Comments
Consistently provides informed quality service. Promptly
responds to inquiries and requests. Treats individuals with
courtesy and respect. Displays a willingness to seek
solutions to identified needs. Demonstrates the ability to
convey thoughts and ideas clearly and concisely including
having an awareness of words, body language, and tone of
voice.




Professionalism                                                 Rank   Comments
Maintains confidentiality and security of information. Exhibits
appropriate attire as defined in the dress code and wears
name tag, if appropriate. Projects a positive and professional
image in manner, speech, and dress and is aware that the
image portrayed in attire, attitude and actions are a visual
reflection of NEMCSA.




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Assists in the overall management of the classroom. Models
appropriate behavior management and helps with conflict
resolution. Helps to develop, maintain and enhance a positive,
healthy, and low stress environment in the classroom. Assists in the
daily management of the physical classroom, building, and grounds
to ensure a clean and orderly environment. This may include some
janitorial duties.




Assists the teaching staff in the implementation of the curriculum
including carrying out developmentally appropriate activities in all
areas of child development. Supports a consistent daily schedule
with a balance between adult and child-directed activities. Assists
in on-going anecdotal observation of children.




Supports and encourages parent involvement in all program
activities. Completes and submits program paperwork accurately
and pormptly as assigned by supervisor




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Interprets verbal and written communication that occurs in the
classroom and during application/enrollment, appointments, home
visits, parent meetings, parent/teacher conferences, community
events, phone calls, and other situations as needed. Translates
weekly newsletters and any other communication that is sent home.
This may include any agency forms needed to help improve the
communication process between families and Head Start.




Previous Year Goals                                                 Outcome




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                                         ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:




                                                 SUMMARY
                                               Rank
                   Factor                              Weight                           Weighted Score
                                              Number
Job Knowledge and Skills                                          0.07
Quality of Performance                                            0.07
Time Management                                                   0.07
Self Management                                                   0.07
Team Support                                                      0.08
Customer Service                                                  0.10
Professionalism                                                   0.10
Classroom Environment                                             0.10
Curriculum Implementation                                         0.10
Program Support                                                   0.07
Interpreting and Translation                                      0.17


                TOTAL                                            100%

                                     OVERALL EVALUATION
                      Weighted Score                          Rank
                              4.00 – 5                        Exceptional
                              3.75 – 3.99                     Highly Effective
                              3.0 – 3.74                      Meets Expectations
                              2.99 and below                  Further Development Needed / Unacceptable

Did employee meet current year continuing education requirements?

                                                                              Yes             No
Name of training                                 Date


NOTE: Employees not meeting continuing education requirements are not eligible for a merit increase.


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GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Each employee must have at least one goal identified.

                                         Steps to obtain
            Goal/Objective                                        Support Needed to Obtain Goal/Objective
                                       Goal and/or objective




SUPERVISOR AND EMPLOYEE SIGNATURES

Supervisor Signature                                               Date
I acknowledge that the above evaluation has been discussed with me and understand my signature does not
imply agreement or disagreement.


Employee Signature                                                  Date
(Employee has five (5) working days from receipt of evaluation to review evaluation and respond in
writing, if they wish, response must be attached to evaluation and returned to supervisor.)

Reminder:

NEMCSA employees using privately owned vehicles for NEMCSA reimbursed travel must present a current
driver license, proof of insurance and motor vehicle registration.

Verified:
                    Yes, by:

                    No, list reason:

                    Not Applicable

Original to Human Resources
Employee Copy




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