Classification Title: Training & Development Director I
College/Division: College of Education
Department: Child Development Research Center
Advertised Salary Range: $39,960
Advertised Job Summary:
Technical Assistance: Collect, analyze and use data from early childhood programs, licensing representatives, community partners in the service delivery area to meet the diversity of early childhood settings (center-based, faith- based, school-based, home-based). Conduct on-site technical assistance to assigned counties/regions and develop quality improvement plans in partnerships with early childhood programs to maintain or increase program wide quality levels. Plan and implement child care networks (child care directors, family child care, special interest groups) in local communities to increase program quality and advocacy.
Consumer Awareness and Referral Services: Distribute brochures and resource information to community partners and local organizations regarding quality child care. Provide useful, accurate, understandable and comprehensive consumer education along with resources for parents including informing parents seeking child care to contact the SC-CCRRN child care referral services. Plan and implement consumer education workshops that are available for parents and community partners at times and locations convenient for parents to attend including partnering with local businesses to conduct employee
Internal Number: 37694
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