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ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY
CCSC is at a critical juncture in its history. Stanford University is investing in the program by building a new children’s center that will support an expanded capacity to serve more children of Stanford’s faculty, staff and students; with the addition of 6 more classrooms, and new grounds and facilities, there will be 30% more potential for enrollment.
CCSC is seeking an Executive Director (ED) to help CCSC build upon its historical legacy for quality of care and lead the Center through to a successful expansion and beyond. This role is a fantastic opportunity for a leader with a passion for early childhood education, group childcare, and appreciation for parent involvement that the cooperative model provides.
The ED is responsible for leading CCSC, understanding its culture, sustaining its reputation and maintaining its collaborative spirit while growing the Center to meet the needs of the future.
Major Areas of Accountability:
Leadership and Supervision: The ED will oversee the day to day operation of CCSC, ensuring that the Center meets the objectives for high quality care. S/he will work with the board to maintain governance standards and the program staff to direct classroom programming in accord with the goals and philosophy of CCSC.
S/he will promote and implement a developmentally appropriate, play-based curriculum which meets the standard of continued accreditation by NAEYC, and support the teaching staff in creating a safe and challenging physical environment responsive to children’s individual and group needs.
In collaboration with the board and teaching staff, the ED will develop a strategy for building CCSC’s capacity to a sustainable level, while maintaining its culture, traditions and high standards.
Financial Management: In conjunction with the Business Manager, the ED will be responsible for developing and managing an annual budget and reporting regularly to the board on fiscal matters.
The ED will be responsible for working with the board and Stanford University administration to meet the myriad of challenges and opportunities that will come with the planned expansion of CCSC’s facilities.
Board Responsibilities & Community Relationships: The ED will serve as a voting member of the Board of Directors, reporting regularly to the board and the community on all matters of CCSC. S/he will act as the professional representative of CCSC at campus and community meetings.
The ED will work with the board, administrative staff, and teachers to promote good parent-CCSC relationships by ensuring a quality parent-participation experience for all members within the coop context.
The ED will work with administrative and teaching staff to foster a spirit of collaboration and open communication to the community at large.
The ED will partner with Stanford University’s WorkLife Office on various projects and can seek support for facility related issues, University impacts on the center, and other various University activities.
Knowledge and Education
Skills and Personal Characteristics
A highly competitive compensation and benefits package will be made available to the qualified candidate.
Leadership Search Partners is conducting this search on an exclusive basis on behalf of Children’s Center of the Stanford Community. Interested candidates should apply via email by sending a letter outlining qualifications, and resume as PDF or Word documents to Search Coordinator Chelsea Burr at Chelsea@leadershipsearch.com, with “CCSC-ED” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted through January 15, 2018.
Inquiries may be made, in confidence, to Search Consultant Heather Merriam at Heather@leadershipsearch.com.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
CCSC believes that equal opportunity for all employees is important for the continuing success of our organization. To the extent required by applicable law, CCSC will not unlawfully discriminate against an employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, family care status, sex, age, pregnancy, sexual orientation, veteran status, or upon any other basis prohibited by applicable law. Opportunity is provided to all employees based on employment related factors which include, but are not limited to, qualifications and job requirements.
LEADERSHIP SEARCH PARTNERS is a search firm focused exclusively on the nonprofit sector. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, the firm works with local, national, and international nonprofits to help them hire exceptional senior-level leaders. www.leadershipsearch.com
|Stanford, CA 94305||2017-12-12||View|
Under the direct supervision of the Lead Teacher and the Site Supervisor, the Associate Teacher is responsible for the health and safety of children in the child care center, the implementation of a developmentally appropriate and culturally relevant curriculum, and the observation and assessment of children and the classroom environment. In addition, the Associate Teacher is responsible for developing strong relationships with parents and fully complying with Title 22, Title 5 and the Child Care Food Program requirements.
Responsibilities and Duties
Health and Safety
Curriculum and Environment
Assessments and Observations
Relationships and Interactions
Performs other duties as assigned
Qualifications and Skills
Must possess mobility to work in a classroom and play yard settings and to use standard office equipment including a computer, stamina to maintain attention to detail despite interruptions, strength to lift and carry children weighing up to 40 pounds; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen, and hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone.
Job Type: Full-time
|Long Beach, CA 90806||2017-11-16||View|
|Director of Cate School Early Learning Center||
Director of Cate School Early Learning Center
The Early Learning Center (ELC) Director is responsible for ensuring the health, safety, and quality of education, for all children within the center’s care. The ELC Director is directly accountable for overall operational management in accordance with well-established guidelines, including curriculum development, staff and facilities management, financial management, legal compliance, and long range planning. The director will oversee curricular and staff development for up to 28 children age 6 weeks to 5 years. The position requires a professional who can work effectively with current staff to oversee an engaging curriculum that incorporates age-appropriate activities designed to balance developmentally appropriate objectives with the centers traditional play-based model.
Curriculum designer & expert teacher
Mentor to staff
Liaison with Cate administration and ELC Parents
Send resume, and a brief educational philosophy to Hallie Greene at email@example.com.
|Carpinteria, CA 93013||2017-11-03||View|
Wonderland is located in Cupertino, California, on a rare 1.5-acre site offering an English/Chinese bilingual, play-based preschool program. We are looking for dedicated Preschool Teacher who loves working with children and families.
We are seeking an experienced preschool teacher with strong skills in curriculum, effective communication, collaboration with co-teachers, and engaging circle times. This teacher would be leading the school’s 4 & 5 year old class. We offer a supportive, family like environment with great opportunities for professional development, training, and involvement in the school’s growth. We have a diverse staff of Mandarin and non-Mandarin speaking teachers.
Education & Qualifications:
|Cupertino, CA 95014||2017-10-19||View|