RESPONSIBILITIES: Under general supervision of the Executive Director, the Early Learning Program Manager will fulfill a variety of assignments, which support the Early Learning Program in delivering services city wide.
This full-time position is 70% responsible for the direct supervision of the Preschool Program as well as 30% supervision of the Parent Child Home Program/Other. Responsibilities may include, but not limited to the following:
Preschool Supervision (70%)
Plan, organize and implement the program for preschool-aged children in accordance with approved curriculum, applicable policies and mission of Voices of Tomorrow.
Manage center base staff. Be involved with the interviewing, hiring and evaluation process of the Lead Teacher, Assistant Teacher and Teachers Aides.
Assist in setting programmatic goals aligned to the Early Learning Program and City’s procedures.
Participate in the curriculum and lesson planning for the Early Learning Program.
Ensure that frequent trainings are delivered throughout the year. (Training geared toward child development best practices, general content understanding and teaching strategies in delivering the Early Learning Program with the highest level of fidelity and quality.
Supervise the delivery of a high quality parent engagement as defined within the goals set in the Early Learning Program strategic plan to include; teacher/guardian meetings (twice a year), home resources and access to community resources offered.
Manage Early Learning Program calendar and set session dates in accordance to school district calendar offered.
Oversee and coordinate center base site supply inventory and replenishment of supplies.
Maintain comprehensive records and product reports.
Work collaboratively with the City of Seattle’s staff to ensure that all data and assessments are entered and reported accurately.
Work to arrange site visit for volunteers, community leaders, school administrators and funders.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Ensure the safety plan at the site.
Implement other human resource policies and procedures.
Supervise, train and develop subordinates in line with the objectives, policies and procedures of the organization. Complete supervisory responsibilities in a timely and thorough manner.
Maintain highest degree of confidentiality in student, staff and management matters.
Parent Child Home Program/Other (30%):
Leading the PCHP Program
Weekly Check-ins with the home visitors
Works with Data Team to ensure that all proper data is input to the proper systems
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Minimum requirements include at least 2 years’ relevant experience. An BA or above preferred. Additional expectations include:
Excellent external and internal customer service skills
Excellent office administration skills, including the ability to organize and meet deadlines
Strong knowledge of computer software, especially Office 2007 (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Outlook)
Proven ability to accurately enter data into computer software.
Ability to work independently
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong problem solving skills and flexibility
Ability to juggle multiple tasks for multiple people
Proven ability to work in a team environment
Demonstrated commitment to diversity, cultural relevancy, and inclusion is required
Ability to lift 30lbs
Must pass Department of Early Learning’s Portable Background Check (PBC).
Bilingual ability (Somali/English)
To apply please send your Cover Letter and Resume to Hana Gregory at firstname.lastname@example.org
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