This is a Full-time position.
Must have or be working towards North Carolina Early Childhood Administration Credentials (obtaining level III is strongly recommended. Degree from a four year accredited college or university in the human service field (Early Childhood or Special Education preferred).
Two years’ experience working with young children and families plus one year of supervisory/administrative experience, preferred. This includes knowledge of and ability to implement strategies for working with children with and without special needs in accordance with standards of best practice, knowledge of family support, ability to relate well to people in a variety of settings, ability to work effectively as a team member, ability to define work priorities and work independently with minimal supervision.
Assist CDC Director with planning, developing, and overseeing services and supports for children and their families, working in collaboration with families, appropriate staff and related community resources.
Assist the director with providing leadership for defining and prioritizing program purpose and objectives.
Assist in overseeing daily all operation of children’s center, delegating where appropriate.
Assist in reviewing referral information and applications and make recommendations for placement of children.
Assist in monitoring established procedures of quality improvement, accountability, and consumer records according to agency QA standards and procedures, as well as funding source requirements.
Promotes full inclusion of children with disabilities in community settings as well as in center.
Develops staff schedule to ensure appropriate classroom coverage.
Assist with monitoring and ensuring sanitation guidelines are met.
Assist with coordinating staff trainings.
Evaluate need and coordinate purchase of classroom supplies and therapeutic materials.
Assist in curriculum development.
Assist with fundraising.
Name: Amanda Hurlburt, CDC Director
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