ESP Site Manager for Early Childcare (#309198)
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Primary Location District Wide Salary Range Site Director Pay Scale - Site Director Pay Scale / Per Year Shift Type Full-Time
JOB DESCRIPTION ESP MANAGER OF EARLY CHILDCARE PROGRAM Revised 04-19-17
CREDENTIALS: College degree preferred but not required.
OTHER QUALIFICATIONS: This person must have experience working in a daycare setting with children six weeks old and up. This person must be experienced in working with groups of children and demonstrate leadership qualities necessary for the effective management of staff. Must be knowledgeable of all federal and state regulations regarding childcare facilities. Must be courteous, respectful, and confidential and protect the privacy of parents and students. Behavior and dress must be professional. Must demonstrate happy, helpful attitude; must be confidential, committed to detail and documentation; must work cooperatively with school staff; must have good written and verbal communication skills, effectively follow and give directions, and use good judgment in decision-making. Must be creative and emotionally mature.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to see, hear, and move quickly enough to provide for the safety and instructional needs of children. Must be able to articulate clearly. Must be physically active and interactive throughout the day (i.e., be able to stand for extended periods of time, stoop, bend, do light lifting, push, pull, step and have good finger dexterity). Must have emotional coping skills appropriate for the management of student behavior. Must tolerate environmental smells and substances commonly associated with children and educational institutions.
PRIMARY DUTIES: The person in this position oversees the management policies and general business operations of the Extended School Program at the school site, supervises the site staff and services to children and parents.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Observe all safety rules. Willing to assist teaching a class when needed. Assist in screening and selecting materials and equipment. Train staff in program’s philosophy, purposes and goals. Assist staff in planning and implementing daily, weekly and monthly children activities. Demonstrate imagination and resourcefulness in working with and planning for children. Plan and supervise the implementation of enrichment activities for children. Assist in maintaining assigned records. Ensure compliance with all federal and state regulations. Supervise the proper management of building areas in which ESP operates insuring facility orderliness and cleanliness. Attend scheduled meetings. Purchase and maintain adequate supplies. Develop and maintain appropriate schedules for staff. Enforce ESP dress code. Exercise discretion and use of good independent judgment. Perform other duties as assigned.
STAFF RELATIONSHIP: Reports directly to the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources and ESP.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Full-time, 12 month, Benefits, Exempt.