Program Area Supervisor

Required Education/Training/Experience:
'Education: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in the field of Early Childhood Education OR a Bachelor's Degree out of the field that includes coursework sufficient to be placed at Step 10 or higher on the Oregon Registry. Acceptable coursework would be a minimum of 30 quarter college credits or 20 semester college credits in at least 5 Core Knowledge Categories (as defined by Oregon Registry). Transcripts, diplomas and/or Oregon Registry Step Certificates are required to validate educational requirements.
'Experience: Minimum 2 years direct supervision experience in an early childhood setting as well as a minimum of 3 years experience working directly with children and families.
'Enrollment in Oregon Central Background Registry prior to offer of employment being extended.
'Completion of appropriate Fit for Duty and TB Testing according to Head Start regulations prior to date of hire.
'Access to reliable transportation for home visits, valid driver's license and proof of vehicle insurance.
'Intermediate computer literacy and familiarity with applications such as databases and spreadsheets, word processing, e-mail and internet.
'Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
'Ability to set and maintain professional boundaries with families.
'Experience working with complex regulations and guidelines requiring implementation, documentation and monitoring for quality control.
'Ability to work in a fast-paced environment requiring frequent problem solving and decision making
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
'Manage the daily operations of assigned Head Start classrooms or Child Development Centers, maintain supplies and ensure safety and security of facilities, and establish positive relationships with building owners and other occupants.
'Implement procedures for the operation of facilities according to program and Agency policies including, but not limited to: emergency response plans, maintenance of records, and storage of materials.
'Build an effective team by supporting and responding appropriately to concerns and facilitating constructive resolution to team issues.

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