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Company Name: St. Matthews Area Ministries

Required Travel: 0-10%
Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate
Min Experience: 1-2 Years
Job Function: Management/Program Administration
Job Type: Full-Time
Salary: $30,000.00 - $35,000.00 (Yearly Salary)

Description
Reporting to the Executive Director (ED) & Board of Directors, this person will have assume responsibility for the day to day operations of the child development center, management of staff, provide quality care to our families and continue to execute our mission to the community.

501C(3) Non-profit ministry, state certified Child Development Center, quality program, intimate setting, east end Louisville location, 2 STAR program, excellent reputation.
- Must love children and working with their families
- Strong leadership/business skills
- Oversee all day to day operations
- Comply with all State & KY ALL STARS Regulations
- Ensure curriculum is fun/engaging, age appropriate and adheres to child care standards
- Create monthly and quarterly newsletters and calendars
- In collaboration with the E.D. , interview all CDC staff & create their weekly schedules
- Evaluate and purchase materials, food and equipment adhering to budget
- Oversee all staff training and development, maintain all paperwork
- Manage all communication with parents and staff
- Collaborate with ED to develop annual budget/manage accounts payable and receivable
- Market the center and the mission to prospective families and the community
- up policies and procedures
- Attend Board Meetings if requested/Host quarterly Staff Meetings with ED
- May perform teaching duties during a staff member's absence
- Please note that this list is not exhaustive as there are many facets to be covered in this field of work

Job Requirements
Director Requirements and Responsibilities.
(1) Effective with the adoption of this administrative regulation, a director shall:
(a) Be twenty-one (21) years of age;
(b) Have a high school diploma, a general equivalency diploma (GED), or qualifying documentation from a comparable educational entity;
(c) Not be employed in a position other than an on-site child care director, or director of multiple facilities, during the hours the child-care center is in operation; and
(d) Ensure:
1. Compliance with 922 KAR 2:090, 922 KAR 2:120, and this administrative regulation; and
2. The designation of one (1) adult staff person in charge to carry out the director’s duties if the director is not present in the child-care center during operating hours;
(e) Manage the staff in their individual job descriptions;
(f) Develop child-care center plans, policies, and procedures;
(g) Supervise staff conduct to ensure implementation of program policies and procedures;
(h) Post a schedule of daily activities, to include dates and times of activities to be conducted with the children in each classroom;
(i) Conduct, manage, and document in writing staff meetings;
(j) Assess each staff person's interaction with children in care and classroom performance through an annual written performance evaluation;
(k) Assure that additional staff are available during cooking and cleaning hours, if necessary, to maintain staff-to-child ratios pursuant to 922 KAR 2:120;
(l) Provide for the health, safety, and comfort of each child;
(m) Notify the parent immediately of an accident or incident requiring medical treatment of a child;
(n) Assure that a person acting as a caregiver of a child in care shall not be left alone with a child, if the licensee has not received the results of the background checks as described in Section 3(1)(e)6 of this administrative regulation;
(o) Assure each mandatory record specified in Section 3 of this administrative regulation has not been altered or falsified; and
(p) Coordinate at least one (1) annual activity involving parental or family participation.
(2) The director of a Type I child-care center shall meet one (1) of the following educational requirements:
(a) Master's degree in Early Childhood Education and Development;
(b) Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education and Development;
(c) Master's degree or a bachelor's degree in a field other than Early Childhood Education and Development, including a degree in pastoral care and counseling, plus twelve (12) clock hours of child development training;
(d) Associate degree in Early Childhood Education and Development;
(e) Associate degree in a field other than Early Childhood Education and Development, plus twelve (12) clock hours of child development training, and two (2) years of verifiable full-time paid experience working directly with children in;
(f) A Director’s Credential in Early Childhood Development and one (1) year of verifiable full-time paid experience working directly with children in:
1. A school-based program following Department of Education guidelines;
2. An early childhood development program, such as Head Start; or
3. A licensed or certified child care program;
(g) Child development associate plus one (1) year of verifiable paid experience working directly with children in:
1. A school-based program following Department of Education guidelines;
2. An early childhood development program (head start); or
3. A licensed or certified child-care program; or
(h) Three (3) years of verifiable full-time paid experience working directly with children in:
1. A school-based program following Department of Education guidelines;
2. An early childhood development program, such as Head Start;

Contact Person: Julie Abbott
Email Address: julieabbott@stmam.com
Phone: 502-893-0205

• Location: Louisville, Lyndon, Kentucky

• Post ID: 13714513 kentucky
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