Reporting to the Director of the Child and Family Center (CFC), the Assistant Director will support all aspects of daily operations of the CFC. Responsibilities include supervising the development and implementation of curriculum, planning, analyzing, developing, and implementing short and long-term goals, suggesting and developing policy and program changes that respond to the needs of the University and CFC community, and building and nurturing a strong educational and administrative team that will lead the CFC effectively. Will define staffing and scheduling requirements to fulfill the commitments of the program, assist with recruiting and hiring professional staff, engage in regular, reflective supervision with teaching staff, engage in and promote regular parent involvement and development activities, ensure compliance with New York City and New York State regulatory agencies, and provide back-up in the Director's absence. Will establish, maintain and effectively communicate the educational mission, philosophy and policies of the CFC to the community (teachers, parents, and children).
Master's degree in early childhood education required; early childhood teaching experience including working with infants, toddlers, and preschooler aged children required; current New York state teacher certification preferred. Previous supervisory experience strongly preferred. Must have strong communication (oral and written), organizational, interpersonal, and managerial skills. Must have an interest and ability in developing relationships with children, parents and colleagues, and a sense of humor. Second language skills preferred; computer proficiency required.
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