-Directly supervise 14 field staff. Provide Reflective Supervision, ensure correct documentation of employee schedules and services. Address staff needs, concerns, job duties, and activity tracking. Provide coaching and resources that strengthen the capacity of staff to meet program goals. Communicate with the SCPITC Network Director regarding the employees' statuses, needs, and concerns. -Communicate with current and potential partners to advocate for relationship-based coaching for child care providers; assist continuous quality improvement efforts; discuss progress and challenges with the program director and recommend and implement program refinements. -Manage the data entry of the Infant/Toddler Specialist Network and utilize database to monitor staff productivity, fidelity to model, and service numbers. Support the SCPITC Network Director in creating semi-annual reports to funders on project status, goal status, growth opportunities, and improvement opportunities. -Represent SCPITC in the community and disseminate information regarding child development and relationship-based infant/toddler care through participation in various state committees, stakeholder groups, and in meetings with state leadership. -Regularly examine program policies and procedures and propose suggestions to streamline processes or simplify reporting procedures to meet funder requirement and accommodate field staff.
Advertised Minimum Qualifications :
Master's degree and 6 years training and development experience, or bachelor's degree and 8 years training and development experience. Management and supervisory experience required.
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Internal Number: 101708
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