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CHILD DEVELOPMENT SUPERVISOR (Vacancy #:CE-16-13*), APPLICATION DEADLINE: 3/8/13, 5PM-PACIFIC

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2/27/2013
Lue Scott
lscott@stancoe.org
209-238-1604
1
200 days per year, 8 hours per day, 5 days per week
Full Time
3/8/2013 5:00 PM Pacific
$366.72-$445.65 per day; (Range 24, Step 1-5 of Child/Family Services Certificated/Program Management Salary Schedule)
Date Posted:
2/27/2013
Application Deadline:
3/8/2013 5:00 PM Pacific
Employment Type:
Full Time
Length of Work Year:
200 days per year, 8 hours per day, 5 days per week
Salary:
$366.72-$445.65 per day; (Range 24, Step 1-5 of Child/Family Services Certificated/Program Management Salary Schedule)
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1
Contact: Lue Scott Email: lscott@stancoe.org Phone: 209-238-1604
1100 H Street, Modesto
The Stanislaus County Office of Education offers a monthly fringe benefit entitlement. The fringe benefit entitlement is for benefit use only. Any portion not used does not convert to a cash payment.
This position requires a Child Development Program Director Permit or equivalent. Select the "CHILD DEV. PERMIT REQUIREMENTS" link on this position announcement for permit requirements.
If you are experiencing difficulty submitting your Edjoin application, you may contact the EDJOIN HELP DESK - 1-888-900-8945 for assistance (7:30AM-4:30PM, Monday through Friday).
All applicants will be notified of the status of their application after the screening/interview process. The screening process does not begin until AFTER the deadline date. Changes are not allowed after deadline. CHECK THE E-MAIL ACCOUNT LISTED ON YOUR EDJOIN APPLICATION FOR INFORMATIONAL UPDATES.
1100 H Street, Modesto
The Stanislaus County Office of Education offers a monthly fringe benefit entitlement. The fringe benefit entitlement is for benefit use only. Any portion not used does not convert to a cash payment.
This position requires a Child Development Program Director Permit or equivalent. Select the "CHILD DEV. PERMIT REQUIREMENTS" link on this position announcement for permit requirements.
If you are experiencing difficulty submitting your Edjoin application, you may contact the EDJOIN HELP DESK - 1-888-900-8945 for assistance (7:30AM-4:30PM, Monday through Friday).
All applicants will be notified of the status of their application after the screening/interview process. The screening process does not begin until AFTER the deadline date. Changes are not allowed after deadline. CHECK THE E-MAIL ACCOUNT LISTED ON YOUR EDJOIN APPLICATION FOR INFORMATIONAL UPDATES.
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STANISLAUS COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION

CLASS TITLE:  CHILD DEVELOPMENT SUPERVISOR

BASIC FUNCTION:

Under the supervision of a Manager, Director or higher level administrator, implements activities of more than one program type; monitors and provides technical assistance and training; and maintains a positive relationship with community agencies.

CLASS DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:

The Child Development Supervisor oversees the implementation of a major program component and/or multiple sites and may supervise Child Family Services staff as assigned.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

Monitors and provides technical assistance and training.

Maintains a positive relationship with community agencies.

May supervise implementation of major program components.

May supervise multiple sites.

Coordinates assigned projects.

Assists assigned agencies and programs with meeting requirements of federal and state contracts and guidelines through analysis, interpretation, and implementation support.


Assists assigned agencies and programs in developing and maintaining linkages with parent and community groups and public agencies.

Assists with developing training and technical assistance needs of staff and parents.

Represents the agency in meetings and conferences.

Supervises and evaluates assigned Child Family Services staff .

Maintains needed records, reports and other documentation.

May assist with budget development and tracking of project budgets.

Other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE OF:

Current trends and practices of early childhood development.

Head Start Performance Standards/regulations, California Education Code, California State Department of Education Funding Terms and Conditions and all other applicable regulations.

Various community socioeconomic and sociocultural populations of service areas.

Community social service agencies.

ABILITY TO:

Monitor and evaluate delegate and SCOE programs.
Schedule, direct, coordinate, evaluate, make independent decisions.
Work well with people of all socioeconomic and sociocultural backgrounds.
Maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Child Development Program Director Permit or equivalent, and three years or more experience likely to lead to the knowledge and abilities required.

LICENSE & OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

Employees must arrange their own transportation. If using own vehicle in the course of employment, must have proof of insurance.

Pass an employer paid pre-employment physical/drug screening.

ENVIRONMENT:

Office and classroom environment.

Driving a vehicle to conduct work.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard.

Hearing and speaking to exchange information in person and on the telephone.

Sitting or standing for extended periods of time.

Seeing to read a variety of materials.

Mental acuity to perform the essential functions of this position in an accurate, neat, timely fashion; to make good judgments and decisions; and to evaluate the results of decisions and judgments.

Facility to drive a car.

APPROVAL DATE:

March 9, 2011

Requirements for Applying

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION: Copy of valid Child Development Program Director Permit or Equivalent DOCUMENTS RECOMMENDED AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION: Letter of Interest Resume DOCUMENTS REQUIRED PRIOR TO EMPLOYMENT: Fingerprint Clearance Physical/Drug Screen Clearance Tuberculosis Clearance Copy of valid CA Driver's License

      Requirements for Applying

      DOCUMENTS REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION: Copy of valid Child Development Program Director Permit or Equivalent DOCUMENTS RECOMMENDED AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION: Letter of Interest Resume DOCUMENTS REQUIRED PRIOR TO EMPLOYMENT: Fingerprint Clearance Physical/Drug Screen Clearance Tuberculosis Clearance Copy of valid CA Driver's License

          BASIC FUNCTION: Under the supervision of a Manager, Director or higher level administrator, implements activities of more than one program type; monitors and provides technical assistance and training; and maintains a positive relationship with community agencies. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Child Development Program Director Permit or Equivalent and three years or more experience likely to lead to the knowledge and abilities required. LICENSE & OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Employees must arrange their own transportation. If using own vehicle in the course of employment, must have proof of insurance. Pass an employer paid pre-employment physical/drug screening. APPLICATION PROCEDURES: INTERNAL APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Contact SCOE/Human Resources (209) 238-1600 for the appropriate internal application OR go to the SCOE website and complete the Certificated Internal Application on the SCOE website located in HR Department Forms. DO NOT APPLY THROUGH EDJOIN IF YOU ARE AN INTERNAL APPLICANT. EXTERNAL APPLICATION PROCEDURE: You may select the link, “Click Here to Apply” located on the position announcement OR go to the SCOE home page, www.stancoe.org. Select, “Employment”, follow the instructions to connect to the EDJOIN portal and then select position of interest. A detailed position announcement will appear. You may select “View Job Description”. You may select, “Click Here to Apply!” All required documents will need to accompany your online application. IF YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY SUBMITTING YOUR ON-LINE APPLICATION, YOU MAY CONTACT THE EDJOIN HELP DESK AT (888) 900-8945 FOR ASSISTANCE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT EMPLOYER

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          Application Deadline: 3/8/2013 5:00 PM Pacific

          BASIC FUNCTION: Under the supervision of a Manager, Director or higher level administrator, implements activities of more than one program type; monitors and provides technical assistance and training; and maintains a positive relationship with community agencies. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Child Development Program Director Permit or Equivalent and three years or more experience likely to lead to the knowledge and abilities required. LICENSE & OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Employees must arrange their own transportation. If using own vehicle in the course of employment, must have proof of insurance. Pass an employer paid pre-employment physical/drug screening. APPLICATION PROCEDURES: INTERNAL APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Contact SCOE/Human Resources (209) 238-1600 for the appropriate internal application OR go to the SCOE website and complete the Certificated Internal Application on the SCOE website located in HR Department Forms. DO NOT APPLY THROUGH EDJOIN IF YOU ARE AN INTERNAL APPLICANT. EXTERNAL APPLICATION PROCEDURE: You may select the link, “Click Here to Apply” located on the position announcement OR go to the SCOE home page, www.stancoe.org. Select, “Employment”, follow the instructions to connect to the EDJOIN portal and then select position of interest. A detailed position announcement will appear. You may select “View Job Description”. You may select, “Click Here to Apply!” All required documents will need to accompany your online application. IF YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY SUBMITTING YOUR ON-LINE APPLICATION, YOU MAY CONTACT THE EDJOIN HELP DESK AT (888) 900-8945 FOR ASSISTANCE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT EMPLOYER

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