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Early Childhood Preschool Director- ECE

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EARLY CHILDHOOD PRESCHOOL DIRECTOR

Early Childhood Education

SY 2022-23

BENEFITS: Health, Dental and Vision insurance, 21.40% employer contribution to your PERA retirement plan, paid holidays, paid leave, tuition reimbursement, free CMC credits, amongst others . For full time employees

HIRING SALARY RANGE: $45,000- $62,727 per year

POSITION SALARY RANGE: $45,000 - $106,282 per year

SUMMARY OF JOB DESCRIPTION:

Plans general instruction and assessment appropriate to early childhood learners. Plan general instruction and assessment appropriate to early childhood learners. Supervises assigned staff and students and maintains a positive learning environment. Adapt instruction to meet the learning needs of all students increasing the probability of advancing their learning. Maintain positive interpersonal relationships with students, parents, staff and community members. Assures all procedures and policies are clearly communicated and followed, including but not limited to: ECSD Policies, Colorado Health and Human Services Licensing Requirements, Colorado Department of Education Rules and Head Start Performance Standards.

ASSSIST IN SUPERVISION OF:

Preschool Assistants, Preschool Specialists and Para Professionals

SUPERVISED BY: Director Early Childhood Department

ESSENTIAL JOB ELEMENTS:

Administrative

1. Responsible for management and supervision of Head Start, CPP and ECSD Early Childhood Programs at the individual preschool site.

2. Recruit, hire, schedule, supervise and evaluate preschool teacher assistants as primary preschool teachers. Lead weekly cluster and staff meetings.

3 Collect and maintain required information in staff files, according to licensing regulations.

4. Plan and deliver staff training for preschool staff

5. Monitor preschool site budget.

6. Supervise and monitor student enrollment and required paperwork.

7. Provide instructional leadership to staff. Conduct regular observations of teachers to assess performance and to gather information that will lead to instructional

improvement through regular feedback.

8. Responsible for implementing the laws, regulations, and standards of Special Education,

Head Start, Colorado Preschool Program, and State of Colorado Child Care Licensing.

9. Completes administrative duties unique to early childhood program including updating

annual program evaluation documents, complying with licensing agencies, as well at the

Head Start and Colorado Preschool Program regulations paperwork and assessment.

10. Ensures the accuracy, completeness, confidentiality, and security of all student information,

according to licensing regulations. Complete all paperwork in a timely fashion.

General Education

1. Teaches curriculum appropriate to early childhood.

2. Plans learning, including selection of content, instructional strategies, differentiated instructions and assessments, appropriate for all early childhood learners.

3. Adapts and monitors instruction to meet the learning needs of all students, increasing the probability of advancing their achievement.

4. Promotes and maintains student behavior expectations conducive to learning, maximizing learning time.

5. Establishes and demonstrates positive human relations with students, parents, other staff members and the community.

6. Maintains an ongoing program of professional growth that meets District expectations and personal professional goals.

7. Ensures the accuracy, completeness, confidentiality, and security of all student information.

Completes all paperwork in a timely fashion.

10. Participates actively in the adopted District evaluation process.

11. Provides a strong foundation for the connection between home and school.

Responsible for on-going communication or committees with parents and families.

CONTACTS: Students, parents, support staff, school staff, administrative staff, and community members.

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Licensed with CDE and holds a current ECE Endorsement and or holds a BA in related field and will to complete Alternative Licensure program.

2. Director Qualified with the Colorado Department of Health and Human Services or able to complete in the next 12 months.

3. Effective communication and interpersonal skills.

4. Effective time management and organizational skills.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Analyzing

Communicating

Comparing

Coordinating

Computing

Hearing

Instructing

Moderate Lifting to 50 lbs.

Near and Far acuity

Negotiating

Reaching

Speaking

Stooping

Supervision of others

Synthesizing

Primary Location:
Early Childhood Education
Salary Range:
$45,000.00 - $62,727.00 / Per Year
Shift Type:
1.00 FTE

Company

Serving Pre-K through 12th grade students, Eagle County School District is an innovative district of 830 professionals engaging nearly 7,000 students. Our vision is to prepare all of our students to be global-ready graduates, who will be successful in their careers or college experience and contribute to their communities in positive and effective ways. The District benchmarks international top performing schools to model practices that lead to success for all students. We believe that the only way to improve learning outcomes for students is through better instruction. Consequently, we focus our efforts on an instructional core of educators, learners, and standards. All actions, initiatives, and efforts are viewed through this lens with the expectation that they must shape one of these three tenets in order to be effective.

Find Us
Website
Telephone
9703286321
Location
PO Box 740
Eagle
CO
81631
US
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