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POSITION:   DIRECTOR – Medina Weekday Preschool, Medina, Ohio
 

BASIC FUNCTION:  Administrator of preschool would oversee team of 19 staff members, work with operating board, families and parent volunteers.   The school is celebrating 50 years in operation with 200 preschoolers age 3, 4 and 5 years with total of 14 classroom sessions per week

We are a Non-Profit Preschool Program and Outreach of Medina United Methodist Church with a fine reputation in our community.   Staff are well-supported and highly educated with an average of 12-15 years at school.   Teamwork and supporting each other make each day very special.


QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or related field. A minimum of five years of experience in an early Childhood setting.  Looking for a leader who will support our philosophy and mission.  Candidate should be registered on the Ohio Professional Registry and will pass all background requirements per licensing.   


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Job description AND APPLICATION can be found on our website at:   www.medinaweekday.com under "Employment" tab. 


RENEWABLE CONTRACT:  Contract is from August 2020 to July 2021 Average: 4.5 days a week with June and July “on call”.  Salary begins at $25,000 with step increases yearly.

Mandatory meetings/trainings after hire, prior to beginning position for the 2020-2021 school year:
         Three Evening Staff meetings
         Three Evening Board meetings
         One parent informational meeting
         Attend OAEYC conference with staff on 4/24/20 (paid)                                                       

Several required licensing trainings:
Administrator review training
On-Line Orientation and Child Abuse training  


Download the job description and application at:   www.medinaweekday.com

Under "Employment" tab.   Send application to school to ATTN:  Dave Brown

 

Application deadline: January 31, 2020

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POSITION:

Early Childhood Services Coordinator – Auglaize & Van Wert Counties

 

BASIC FUNCTION:

Responsible for staff support and development, daily program operations for Head Start services.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  Work Experience Required:  A minimum of five years of experience in an Early Childhood setting and experience with staff supervision.  Prior business and development experience and strong computer skills are essential.

 

2.  Education and Training:  Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Social Services, Business Administration or related field.

 

3.  Special Conditions: A valid driver’s license and a driving history acceptable to agency insurer.  Able to travel. Must be willing to conform to all standards and verify by signature, the terms of CORS Financial Code of Conduct/Conflict of Interest.

SUPERVISOR:

Operations Manager

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Carry forth the Vision, Mission, and Core Values of the agency.

  2. Prompt, punctual attendance is required.

  3. Function as an active member of the Early Childhood Education administrative team in formulating and implementing program policies and procedures.

  4. Monitor all external sites and internal tracking systems to ensure compliance with Head Start Performance Standards and the Department of Jobs and Family Services licensing.

  5. Supervise all staff assigned to the center and evaluate all direct reports.

  6. Ensure direct supervisors supervise and evaluate staff assigned to them.

  7. Timely annual completion of performance evaluations and professional development plans to fully comply with licensing and Head Start.

  8. Monitor and initiate personnel actions, including hiring of staff, staff conferences and disciplinary actions.

  9. Maintain full enrollment and monitor the Head Start recruitment and enrollment process.

  10. Review all transition plans with Head Teachers and personally sign off on each child's plan.

  11. Initiate strategies to monitor and collect non-federal share hours of families and volunteers.

  12. Work collaboratively with central Early Childhood staff to interview and select all center staff.

  13. Directly responsible for on-site orientation for staff in conformity with all licensing, Head Start, and agency requirements.

  14. Work effectively with Coordinators and Support Services in ensuring all disciplines of Head Start services and supports are followed.

  15. Work collaboratively with Coordinators to provide technical assistance to staff and/or families with education, social service, mental health, nutrition, disability and health concerns.

  16. Provide technical assistance for assessment and follow-up services for children with disabilities and their families.

  17. Represent CORS as requested, at community meetings and local organizations.

  18. Maintain knowledge of current research, philosophy and techniques regarding the Head Start Performance Standards and licensing.

  19. Encourage participation in parent groups.

  20. Complete all necessary agency forms and records.

  21. Serve as an advocate for all families and their children.

  22. Provides timely oversight to the completion of monitoring checklists at the center level. 

  23. Monitor staff training in all required areas.

  24. Complete monthly report and monthly tracking as assigned by Operations Manager.

  25. Communicate all necessary information to the appropriate staff.

  26. Attend all trainings required by the agency.

  27. Maintain confidentiality in all areas for families and staff.

  28. Adhere to all agency and program policies.

  29. Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

 

 

This is a full-time, salaried position. Wage scale for a bachelor's degree is $46,779.20 - $50,521.54 and $50,521.54 - $54,563.26 with a master's degree. This position includes oversight of our Wapakoneta, St. Mary's, and Van Wert Head Start locations. To apply please visit: www.corsp.org and select the “Careers” tab. Questions? Please email Marcella Gillespie at mgillespie@corsp.org

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POSITION:

Toddler Head Teacher – Piqua, OH

 

BASIC FUNCTION:

As a member of the Early Childhood Education team you will direct and supervise the educational operations of the classroom by developing a working knowledge of the ODE Early Learning Development Standards, performance standards, Head Start domains, Step Up to Quality, curriculum, and policies and procedures. Where applicable, act as administrator under daycare licensing laws for the center. Supervise the Teachers, and when applicable, the Cook/Cook Assistant and Driver. Provide support and guidance to the center staff in serving and maintaining partnerships with families through intentional teaching strategies and activities and interactions with children.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Education, Training & Work Experience Required:  ECE Bachelor’s degree and one year experience; or Bachelor’s degree + 6 ECE courses and one year experience; or Associate’s degree in ECE and two years’ experience. 

 

  1. Special Conditions: Ability to lift 40 pounds, stoop, reach, bend, move easily and work on the floor with small children. A valid driver’s license and a driving history acceptable to agency insurer.  Able to travel assigned service area. Involves extensive organizing, problem solving, record keeping, and time management.

 

SUPERVISOR:

Early Childhood Service Coordinator (ECSC)

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:

  1. Carry forth the Vision, Mission and Core Values of the agency. 

  2. Prompt, punctual attendance is required.

  3. Implement and maintain classroom operation in accordance with CORS, daycare licensing, Step Up to Quality, federal and state regulations, policies and procedures.

  4. Ensure the safety of all children by assuring active supervision of the children at all times.

  5. Be knowledgeable of the agency selected curriculum and social emotional approach, Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework, and ODE Early Learning Development Standards.

  6. As a classroom team with the Teachers, develop and implement weekly lesson plans utilizing the agency selected curriculum that include activities and experiences that support all developmental domains, school readiness, and highlight the needs and interests of the children.

  7. Ensure the completion of developmental screenings of all children in compliance with time frames.

  8. Observe and document children’s developmental progress utilizing the agency selected ongoing assessment tools.

  9. Ensure that supplies for the classroom and/or building are requisitioned.

  10. Maintain up to date and complete program requirements in educational files for each child. This includes real time data entering attendance, case notes, child goals, home visits, and parent teacher conferences.

  11. In partnership with Teachers, ensure that program required educational home visits and parent/teacher conferences are completed within given time frames.

  12. Provide parents with educational activities and developmentally appropriate parenting information through monthly calendar, home visits, parent meetings, non-federal match educational homework activities. Communicate with parents utilizing Remind.com.

  13. As part of the center team plan, implement, and support parent meetings and family engagement activities throughout the program year.

  14. Supervise, train, and complete annually, evaluations and Individualized Professional Development Plans (IPDP’s) of direct reports.

  15. Attend Step Up to Quality Training to meet overall SUTQ standards. 

  16. Promote communication among the center team members to ensure that information is appropriately shared about children and families concerning daily operations.

  17. Co-facilitate monthly center staff meeting with Family Advocate and ECSC.

  18. Attend case conferences when required.

  19. With the Family Advocate and other center staff, share the responsibility of recruiting and training volunteers.

  20. Work and support the Home Visitor in the area for the home based operation. This may include, but not be limited to, the use of classroom materials and staff support for group days.

  21. Complete bus monitor training and ensure all direct reports are properly trained.

  22. Where applicable, maintain good working relationship and positive communication with the building owners.

  23. Participate in community, agency, and school meetings, as necessary.

  24. Review and train volunteers on the completion of classroom and/or professional volunteer sheets.  Review, approve and submit to fiscal volunteer sheets on a weekly basis.

  25. Develop and insert the school readiness activities related to curriculum and individualization on the Head Start and/or Early Head Start At Home Activities Sheet.  Review, approve and submit to fiscal on a weekly basis.

  26. Completion and reconciliation of CACFP Point of Service Meal Counts submitted on a monthly basis or weekly basis if serving infants.

  27. Complete and submit all forms and required paper work on time.

  28. Generate and correctly record non-federal share hours of families and volunteers.

  29. Communicate all necessary information to the appropriate staff.

  30. Attend all trainings required by the agency.

  31. Maintain confidentiality in all areas for the families and staff.

  32. Adhere to all agency policies and procedures.

  33. Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

 

This is a full-year, full-time position. Wage scale is $16.05 - $17.33 with an associate's degree, $17.96 - $19.40 with a bachelor's degree, and $19.40 - $20.95 with a master's degree. To apply please visit: www.corsp.org and select the “Careers” tab. Questions? Please email Marcella Gillespie at mgillespie@corsp.org.

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POSITION:

Early Childhood Social/Emotional Development Coach – Piqua, OH

 

 

BASIC FUNCTION:

To support a program wide culture that promotes children’s social/emotional well-being and overall mental health through consistent implementation of the agency selected social emotional approach.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  Work Experience Required: Five years’ experience working with young children in a classroom setting and mentoring and training of individual adults as well as groups of adults.  Knowledge and experience with current developmentally appropriate practices, current social/emotional practices and strategies, and adult learning styles.

 

2.  Education and Training: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Special Education, Early Childhood Education or related field.

 

3.  Special Conditions:  A valid driver’s license and a driving history acceptable to agency insurer; able to travel assigned service area extensively.  Involves significant organizing, problem solving, record keeping, and time management.  Must have proficient computer and technology skills, interpersonal skills, and ability to communicate effectively both written and verbally.

 

SUPERVISOR:

Mental Health & Disabilities Coordinator

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Carry forth the Vision, Mission, and Core Values of the agency.

  2. Demonstrate ongoing current knowledge of agency selected social/emotional approach.

  3. Maintain a positive collaborative attitude of working in partnership with education staff, ECSC, Program Coordinators, and management staff.

  4. Work in collaboration with Program Education Coordinators to ensure social/emotional goals and practices implementation are consistent with agency’s policies, procedures, program goals, school readiness goals and selected curriculums.

  5. Conduct assessments of classroom social/emotional strengths and needs per agency selected social/emotional approach.

  6. Develop and maintain a respectful professional collaborative mentoring partnership with educational staff.

  7. Support the development and implementation of social/emotional action plans specific to individual classrooms’ assessed needs utilizing a strengths based approach within the agency selected social/emotional approach.

  8. Effectively utilize a variety of delivery systems including technology to support the ongoing development of staff and classrooms implementation of the agency selected social/emotional approach.

  9. Review and update social/emotional action plans as appropriate and attend case conferences upon request.

  10. Use a variety of support strategies to facilitate ongoing improvement towards desired outcomes and refinement of the social/emotional approach practices (focused observations, modeling, prompts, problem-solving conversations, reflection and feedback).

  11. Complete and maintain ongoing documentation including but not limited to:  skills rubrics, action plans, observations, reflective feedback, etc.

  12. Provide initial and ongoing agency selected social/emotional approach training for staff.

  13. Provide individual and group training to parents on the agency selected social/emotional approach.

  14. Maintain knowledge of current research, philosophy and techniques in the field of early childhood social/emotional wellness and provide current resources to staff to support understanding and progress toward desired outcomes.

  15. Participate in requested/scheduled meetings/work sessions.

  16. Complete and submit all required paperwork on time.

  17. Complete and submit monthly reports as designated by supervisor.

  18. Communicate all necessary information to the appropriate staff.

  19. Attend all trainings required by the agency.

  20. Maintain confidentiality in all areas for families and staff.

  21. Adhere to all agency and program policies.

  22. Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

 

This is a full-time, full year position. Salary range is $17.96 - $19.40 with a bachelor's degree and $19.40 - $20.95 with a master's degree. To apply please visit: www.corsp.org and select the “Careers” tab. Questions? Please email Marcella Gillespie at mgillespie@corsp.org.

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North Olmsted, OH

Nature Preschool Program Administrator

 

The Nature Preschool Administrator is responsible for the daily operation and program development of the nature-based preschool and maintains compliance with Chapter 5101:2-12 of the ODJFS Administrative Code. The Nature Preschool Program Administrator provides first-class customer service to preschool-aged children and their parents/guardians through the Nature Preschool facility and programs and works with the Director of Outdoor Experiences in accordance with State of Ohio preschool licensing regulations and Cleveland Metroparks operating policies. The Administrator is on-site at each of the facilities at least one-half of the hours that the preschool program is in operations during the week.
 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in early childhood development or early childhood education, or bachelor's degree in a biology/natural history interpretation/related discipline including at least four courses in child development or early childhood education from an accredited college, university, or technical college.

  • Minimum of two (2) years of experience working in a licensed childcare facility serving children 3-5 years of age.

  • Minimum of two (2) years of experience in program development and administration, staff management and financial oversight. Certifications in Growing Up Wild, Project Learning Tree: Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood, National Association for Interpretation preferred.

  • Must be registered with the Ohio Professional Development Network, have an early childhood profressional level three designation from the career patheways model of the quality rating program, and be trained and certified in child an dadult CPR, basic first aid, and management of communicable disease.

  • Must complete ODJFS Administrator training within 6-months of hier date and stay current on all required ODJFS training.  Must maintain child abuse recognition and prevention training.

  • Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license under the laws of The State of Ohio.

  • Must successfully pass drug screen, background and criminal investigations check.
     

Wage

$48,948 - $61,186 annually

Click here for more information or to apply

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Advance your ECE career as a CDA® Gold Standard Specialist!
 

The Council for Professional Recognition is seeking qualified individuals to join the elite CDA® Gold Standard Specialist community!  

The CDA® Gold Standard Specialist offers a great new opportunity for well-qualified early childhood educators with experience and expertise in Early Childhood Education, adult learning principles and manager or leadership experience.

If you meet all of the following eligibility requirements, start your application process now!

 

  • Hold a graduate degree (Master’s degree or higher) in early childhood education, child development, or a closely related field.

  • Have at least 3-5 years of work experience in the ECE field.

  • Have at least five (5) years of experience teaching adults as a faculty member at a college or university, ECE trainer or consultant.

  • Work experience in an adult learning training environment that is current or have occurred (within the last five years).

 

Click here to access additional information and to begin the online application process. 

 

 

Link for GSS landing page: http://www.cdacouncil.org/goldstandard/gs-specialist/

Link for Gold Standard: http://www.cdacouncil.org/goldstandard

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