Child Care Assistant Director

Work Address

1201 S Pollock Street

Overview

Who We Are

Founded in 1988, comprised of almost 300 schools, we are the 4th largest private child care provider in the United States. Childcare Network offers a warm, caring environment with high- quality education for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years. Our proprietary, research-based High Reach learning curriculum is individualized to every age, with activities that combine learning and fun to create happy, curious kids.

Overview

The Assistant Director is responsible for providing operational support to the School Director. Working closely with the School Director, this individual will provide support focusing on the educational programs, state and local compliance requirements and quality of delivery of all programs.

What We Offer

We offer a comprehensive benefits package that would be available to you as a valued employee.
  • Competitive pay, including incentive opportunities for many positions
  • Paid Time Off and Company holiday pay
  • Medical /Dental /Vision insurance plans
  • 401(k) Retirement savings plan with company matching contributions
  • Training and career development opportunities


Requirements

Requirements
  • Experience: At least 1 year of pre-school experience and child development training
  • Education required: AA in ECE degree required (level II admin credential required)
  • Must be a team builder, organized and possess excellent customer service/communication skills.

Personal characteristics -
    • Caring and compassionate attitude when interacting with and caring for children,
    • Strong verbal communication and listening skills to converse with children, fellow professional caregivers and parents or guardians
    • Excellent patience and stamina for keeping up with the demands of children of all ages
    • Advanced multitasking and organizational skills to handle multiple children at a time
    • Physical abilities- Must be able to bend, stoop, stand, and lift up to 25-40lbs daily


Responsibilities

    • Ensuring the children have good hygiene and changing diapers as necessary
    • Cleaning interactive areas throughout the day
    • Preparing meals and snacks for the kids
    • Organizing activities and developing curriculum for older children
    • Developing a schedule for the children to maintain throughout the day.
    • Keeping records of each child's progress, interests and any problems that may occur
    • Maintaining contact with the children's parents and contacting them in the case of an emergency