Website Bi-County Community Action Programs, Inc.
You’re an excellent communicator; you can explain changes in curriculum and teaching standards to staff.
You have great interpersonal skills, and are able to develop relationships with parents, children and coworkers.
You have strong supervisory skills; you can serve as a mentor and help to train others.
You have effective time management skills and are able to prioritize and handle numerous tasks.
You have great analytical skills: you can evaluate data and teaching strategies and recommend improvements in teaching and curriculum.
A Day in the Life
You’ll directly supervise classroom staff, including coaching, observation and feedback
You’ll coordinate support services for children and families to help their development towards school readiness
You’ll build relationships with families, and help encourage them to be involved in the Head Start Program
You’ll monitor classrooms and delivery of educational services, making sure performance standards and licensing regulations are met
You’ll coordinate team meetings with classroom staff, Family Advocate and other support staff
You’ll maintain reports, records and documentation
A bachelor’s or advanced degree in early childhood education; or a bachelor’s or advanced degree and equivalent coursework in early childhood education with early education teaching experience. Two years’ prior classroom and/or supervisory experience is preferred.
You must have a strong commitment to BI-CAP’s values of collaboration, innovation, compassion, diversity, equity and inclusion.
Applicants must pass a DHS Background Study and meet DHS & MN Rule 3 licensing requirements.
You’ll be eligible for a competitive benefits package and the opportunity to make a difference in the community.
Full-time, 40 hours/week, 10-month school year (August – mid-June) $20.84- $27.09/hour depending on qualifications, with benefits.