EHS Site Director
Description

Planning and Program Implementation

•            Supervises, coordinates, and evaluates the teaching of children within the classroom environment. 

•            Coaches/mentors assigned teaching staff regarding curriculum and care planning for groups and individuals.

•            Participates in actual teaching and demonstrates and applies appropriate methods, materials, and accepted practices.

•            Provides direction and tracks adherence to individual lesson plans. 

•            Assures regular reporting of child progress and child center activities. 

•            Provides mentoring based on classroom observation. Involves parents and promotes knowledge of educational activities and student development goals. 

•            Considers student health and safety and effective learning and reinforcement techniques. 

•            Monitors parent conferences, and develops and informs parents and staff regarding IFSP goals. 

•            Maintains current knowledge of teaching techniques through child development classes, workshops, and membership in professional organizations. Prepares and maintains necessary and mandated records and related documents. 

CCL/Early Head Start

•            Completes daily head counts and ensures that ratios are met at all times.

•            Completes paperwork and reports any symptoms of child abuse to the Child Development Specialist and Child Abuse Hotline, supports teachers to make necessary reports.

•            Completes and maintains Licensing forms as needed.

•            Ensures site compliance with all CCL requirements and Head Start Performance Standards

•            Ensures monitoring of classroom quality and site safety at all times

Supervision

•            Schedules supervision meetings with teachers on a monthly basis or as needed.

•            Develops/monitors Professional Development Goals for all teaching staff.

•            Participates in the orientation of teaching staff.

•            Conducts annual evaluation of teaching staff/floaters.

•            Responsible for reviewing/approving timesheets, work orders, purchase orders, and other supporting documentation.

•            Completes and follows up with all site visits for Community Care Licensing

•            Completes and ensures all required reports are maintained and submitted to appropriate parties.

•            Developments and monitors goals for the site and individual classrooms.

•            Completes reports and communicates problems directly to supervisor as needed.

•            Supervises and monitors child files and assists staff in the compliance of file requirements.

•            May perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.


Requirements
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education or Child Development, including more than 12 semester units or equivalent quarter units in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or a related field. 
  • Minimum of six semester units of infant/toddler courses
  • California Site Supervisor Permit. 
  • Experience working with at risk populations and/or experience working with children or families served by Head Start.
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