Are you looking for a career where children, families and teachers are valued and supported? PACCC offers a wonderful working environment for our teachers – an environment that is warm, friendly and professional. PACCC offers excellent benefits as well as a Wellness Program to support your personal well-being.

PACCC is an equal opportunity employer, celebrates diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. PACCC's salary scale aligns with the Santa Clara County Living Wage and/or the Northern California Nonprofit Fair Wage Study, whichever is greater.



(for employees working 20 or more hours per week in a regular staff position)

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • 10 days of vacation first 2 years; 15 days for 3rd and 4th years; 20 days at 5+ years
  • 12 Sick Days per year
  • 11 Holidays per year
  • Floating Holiday
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan & Match
  • Monthly Staff Trainings
  • Educational Incentives
  • Wellness Opportunities
  • Advancement Opportunities

Professional Development Day 2022

PACCC Educator Highlight

Veronica Leon, Site Supervisor at Barron Park Children’s Center (BPCC), started at PACCC 18 years ago! Her continued focus on well-being, culture and family engagement has had a great, positive impact on children's overall development. Her PACCC journey began as a teacher, then shortly after was promoted to Assistant Director at College Terrace Children’s Center (CTC). She has had the pleasure of caring and teaching for so many of our young learners. She reminisces about watching her own two children learning, playing, and growing together at PACCC centers. Along Veronica’s journey, she became the Site Supervisor at BPCC where she has been the past 7 years. Veronica shared that her experience at PACCC “has been an amazing experience thus far.I strive to create a welcoming environment for all who come to BPCC. I like to think of BPCC as an extension of home, especially for our students and families that we serve. We have created a sense of community with not only our families and children but our neighborhood as well.”

At BPCC, under Veronica’s supervision, there are various opportunities for children to learn and grow in early childhood education, they have also incorporated Second Step into the curriculum. Second Step is a tool used to help children learn social emotional skills through storytelling, puppetry, music, games and more. Recently, Veronica shared her knowledge of Second Step at PACCC’s Staff Development Day. This was a great opportunity to inform other educators in a meaningful, fun-filled way, on how they too can incorporate Second Step in their center programming. Veronica did this by collaborating with a school-age program teacher, demonstrating the importance of the Second Step curriculum and how it starts in the early years and continues on with us as we grow.