Job: SITE SUPERVISOR
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FILING DEADLINE: POSITION POSTED UNTIL FILLED Application and Supplemental Questionnaire must be fully completed (per instructions), signed, dated when submitted. Submit copy of school transcripts and site supervisor permit with your
III in Area 3. application to receive consideration. Applications and job announcements may be obtained at the above
address; 841 South 41st Street, San Diego, CA 92113; or you may refer to www.neighborhoodhouse.org. DUTIES:
Supervises all aspects of day-to-day operations of a center-based program; supervises and leads a team of, teachers, associate teachers and teacher assistant trainees; plans, organizes, controls, integrates and evaluates the work of assigned staff; develops, implements and monitors work plans to achieve outlined goals and objectives; supervises and participates in developing, implementing and evaluating plans, work processes, systems and procedures; establishes performance requirements and personal development targets; provides coaching for performance improvement and development; subject to the Vice President of Human Resources’ concurrence, takes disciplinary action to address performance deficiencies in accordance with the Agency’s personnel policies; ensures that the classroom curriculum is developmentally appropriate and focuses on the needs of the individual child; monitors classroom instruction and assists teachers in the acquisition of knowledge and skills for effectively delivering a developmentally appropriate curriculum; reviews educational assessment plans for individual children and classroom lesson plans; establishes and communicates program goals, objectives and strategies; implements systems to ensure children’s attendance is accurately recorded and forwarded to the CEU for PROMIS input; collaborates with multidisciplinary team members and community-based agencies and organizations to ensure delivery of needed services to children and families; facilitates mainstreaming children with special needs; coordinates home visits; develops and manages center budget; initiates and maintains community partnerships and collaborations; participates in developing and conducting the community assessment; is responsible for recruitment, application screening, and enrollment of center children including children with disabilities; provides assistance to families interested in becoming self-sufficient; coordinates parent meetings and trainings; monitors classroom child/adult ratio in compliance with state, local, and federal standards; requisitions supplies and services to support center operations; conducts staff meetings, convenes parent meetings, open house, and other community meetings as appropriate; recruits families for the Head Start Program as required by Performance Standards and performs other related duties as assigned.
Skills / Requirements
Education, Experience & Training: For Head Start: a) AA Degree in child development/early childhood education and site supervisor permit; plus six (6) units of administration, two (2) units of adult supervision, and must have two years classroom teaching experience with six (6) months adult supervisory experience; OR b) BA degree w/12 units of ECE, three (3) units of supervised field experience in early childhood education setting, or teaching or administrative credential with 12 units of ECE, plus three (3) units supervised field experience plus a site supervisor (or program director permit) and one year of classroom teaching experience coupled with adult supervisory experience.
For Early Head Start:
Must have successfully completed at least 3 semester units related to the care of infants and toddler and the above referenced experience must be in an infant/toddler center.
Knowledge of: Principles and practice of supervision; principles and practices of program administration, including budgeting; fiscal management and knowledge of local, state, and federal regulations respective to areas of responsibility including but not limited to ERSEA procedures for support service staff and Performance Standards.
Ability to: Exercise sound, independent judgment within general policy guidelines. Operate a computer, spreadsheet and database software applications, and operate other standard office equipment. Communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing with people of various educational, socio- economic, and cultural backgrounds.
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATION:
A valid California driver’s license and use of an automobile; certification in pediatric first aid and CPR must be met within 90 days of employment