- Time Category: Full Time
- Entry Wage: Commensurate with Experience
- Job Location: Greene County, Washington County
- Reports to: Education Manager
QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field with a minimum of 30 ECE credits.
- Monday – Friday 8:30AM – 4:00PM (Schedule will vary to meet program needs)
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
- Provides direct supervision, guidance and supports to the HS teaching staff and classrooms to continually increase the quality of positive interactions, teaching practices, and classroom environments.
- Works directly in the classroom to conduct observations, provide guidance, modeling, team teaching, and academic & classroom management techniques.
- Utilizes coaching and a reflective leadership approach with teaching teams to promote continuous quality improvement.
- Demonstrates a high level of understanding of the CLASS assessment tool; regularly embeds this knowledge into coaching sessions with team members.
- Maintains CLASS reliable certification and conducts internal CLASS observations.
- Utilizes the results of the CLASS observations to provide constructive feedback and continually improve the quality of interactions in the classroom leading to higher level CLASS scores.
- Monitors proper implementation of the approved curriculum to ensure fidelity and provides feedback to teachers; connecting lesson plans/standards/ and assessments weekly.
- Collaborates, coordinates and plans with the PBIS Specialist and PBC Coach to maximize coaching resources and support in classrooms.
- Guides teaching staff in developing and updating individualized professional development plans in coordination with the Professional Development Specialist.
- Completes performance evaluations of teaching staff annually and performance improvement plans when needed.
- Collaborates with HR and the Professional Development Specialist to recruit, hire, and retain high quality classroom staff.
- Supports the growth & development of new staff members in coordination with the Professional Development Specialist.
- Assists in maintaining an active substitute list to ensure classroom compliance and coverage.
- Practices data based decision making to support teaching teams and classrooms.
- Demonstrates a clear understanding of Developmentally Appropriate Practices for Young Children (DAP), school readiness, and the Head Start Early Learning Outcome Framework (HSELOF).
- Utilizes ECLKC and the National Center on Quality Teaching and Learning (NCQTL) to support professional growth of team members.
- Coordinates with each of the HS unit areas (Education, Family & Community, Health & Nutrition, Mental Health/Disabilities and Home Base) to improve the quality of services.
- Implements the Head Start Performance Standards and other applicable funding source regulations and requirements.
- Maintains a highly positive, non-judgmental attitude and participates in/and foster high levels of collaboration with Education Manager, teachers and other center based staff.
- Responsible for obtaining and forwarding documentation for Non-Federal Share/In-Kind to Blueprints administration.
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150 West Beau Street, Suite 304
Washington, PA 15301
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- FBI Criminal History Check
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- Employment Reference Checks
- Educational Qualifications
- Motor Vehicle Record
- Medicaid Screenings
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