EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: •Must Hold a Child Development Site Supervisor’s Permit from the State Of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. •Minimum of 24 Early Childhood Education (ECE) units, 3 units in administration. •Bachelor’s degree preferred. •Requires two to four years of professional teaching experience with infants, toddlers, preschoolers and School Age children. •One year of prior supervisory experience, including classroom leadership responsibility or professional administration experience in a child care center. •Excellent customer service skills and the ability to create partnerships with families and staff. •Knowledge and ability to lead staff in implementation of developmentally appropriate curriculum. •Strong organizational skills. •Capacity to understand and manage center •Computer literacy required. •Ability to problem-solve, multi-task, and remain clam during times of stress •Strong management skills; ability to lead, develop and mentor staff •Solid communication skills -- oral and written •Computer skills -- must be computer literate at a general business level (word processing, Excel spreadsheet, Microsoft). •Must be physically able to lift a minimum of 40 pounds •Perform related duties as assigned. •Knowledge of High Scope Curriculum •Knowledge of Desired Result for Children and Families DRDP •Knowledge of State Preschool Programs and Regulations
Burbank Unified School district's application must be submitted online for consideration of position. Please go to the district website, click on Employment, then Certificated Apply online and follow the directions there.
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Under the direct supervision of the Children’s Center Supervisor, provide support to all activities related to all Children’s Centers including State funded Preschool Programs. To support in administering the centers(s) in accordance with the policies and procedures of the School District and in compliance with State and Federal Regulations.
- Lead, supervise and support teaching teams.
- Covers sites in absence of the Center Supervisor.
- Create and sustain positive partnerships with families by serving as a resource and responding to questions and concerns.
- Assist in the enrollment and orientation of new families.
- Continue professional growth through trainings, feedback and regular classroom observations.
- Support organizational mission, philosophies, values, goals, and policies.
- Additional center/school requirements may apply.
- Acts as resource to staff, parents and community.
- Give center tours and enrolls families.
- Responds to immediate needs of children, parents and staff.
- Maintains children records in accordance to State Licensing and District requirements.
- Evaluate site staff.
Burbank Unified School District provides an alternative program, the Community Day School, which provides a self-contained classroom...