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Williamsbridge NAACP Early Childhood Education Center
670-680 East 219th Street
Bronx, NY 10467

Phone: 718-798-1262
Phone: 718-798-1964
Fax.:     718-798-0960
E-mail: willmsbrdgeECEC@aol.com



February 1, 2017


  • Head Chef/Cook needed for a full time position of 40 hours per week.
  • NYC DOHMH “Qualifying Certificate in Food Protection” required.
  • DOI Fingerprint Clearance required.
  • State Central Registry Child Abuse Clearance required.
  • After Interview Three (3) written letters of Reference will be requested and required.
  • Salary based on DC 1707 contract – annual $25,038.00.
  • Medical benefits available per DC 1707 local 205 contract.

All interested parties please submit resume via e-mail and or hand delivery to Cheryl Dewitt, Executive Director at the above e-mail or location address.


Cheryl Dewitt
Executive Director

Laura Rhodan
Chairperson, Board of Directors


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