Join our team of passionate educators who are committed to making a difference in the lives of the children and families we serve. As the Assistant Site Manager, you will provide supervision and coaching to teachers in the development and implementation of early childhood education best practices while promoting a culture of collaboration and innovation. In return, you will have the support of an agency that places a high value on the contribution of Early Childhood leaders and constantly seeks opportunities to exceed the standards of education for our community’s youth. The Assistant Site Manager reports to the Site Manager.
Provide coaching and support to teaching staff focused on identifying strategies to support high quality teaching and learning practices.
Model classroom teaching techniques, covering classrooms as needed when assigned teachers are unavailable.
Participate in regular classroom observations, using observation tools as appropriate, and provide support, instruction, and feedback to classroom teaching staff.
Monitor equipment and materials to ensure performance and safety standards are met.
Plan and conduct in-service trainings relating to child development and early childhood education, to improve teaching skills and increase knowledge of child growth and development.
Monitor planning and implementation of daily classroom routines and review lesson plans and individual education records regularly.
Hire, train, and provide ongoing supervision of assigned staff, including teachers, kitchen staff, and maintenance staff, with a focus on reflective supervision and coaching.
Oversee maintenance of the building and grounds.
Monitor programing to ensure funding, licensing, and Best Practice quality standards are being met.
Participate in the development and management of the Center budget and finances.
Represent the program and agency to parents and the community.
Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or equivalent field required.
Two years of supervisory experience required.
Two years of ECE teaching experience required.
Experience with Teaching Strategies GOLD and Creative Curriculum preferred.
Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.
Must have excellent interpersonal, management and communication skills.
Why Children's Home & Aid?
Focused support for supervisors to encourage growth and leadership impact development.
Cutting edge, ever-growing early childhood programming with a focus on the impact of trauma.
Recognized by the Human Rights Campaign as an All Children All Families Child Welfare Agency and as a leader in supporting and serving LGBT youth and families. (read more HERE)
Compensation includes paid time off, as well as medical, dental, vision and life insurance and a 401(k) Employee savings plan. Children’s Home & Aid is an equal opportunity employer: minority/female/disability/veteran.
About Children's Home & Aid
Children’s Home & Aid is a leading child and family service agency in Illinois. Each year, it protects, educates and counsels over 40,000 children, youth and families to improve their lives. For over 130 years, Children’s Home & Aid has been a compassionate advocate helping to shape public policy in child welfare, early childhood and juvenile justice. Children’s Home & Aid is recognized for establishing best practices and achieving outstanding results through its programs and services that focus on child abuse prevention, healthy child development and strengthening families. Children’s Home & Aid is an equal opportunity employer: minority/female/disability/veteran.
Compensation includes paid time off, as well as medical, dental, vision and life insurance and a 401(k) Employee savings plan.