Adams 12 Five Star Schools
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Preschool Site Director - STEM Lab
at Adams 12 Five Star Schools
|ADAMS 12 FIVE STAR SCHOOLS||Job posting 58729|
|1500 EAST 128TH AVE, THORNTON, Colorado, 80241||Job posted as of Mar 20, 2019 until Until Filled|
Located just seven miles north of downtown Denver, Adams 12 Five Star Schools is close to the conveniences of a major city center yet far enough to offer the quiet of the suburbs. The five stars represent the five unique communities the district serves: Broomfield, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster.
The District shall not discriminate in its employment or hiring practices on the basis of race, color,sex, age, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or other basis prohibited by applicable law. The District is committed to cultural diversity among district personnel as a means of enriching the educational experience. The District shall identify, solicit, and consider applicants for employment from a broad spectrum of qualified individuals who will contribute to that effort.
1500 East 128th Ave., Thornton, Colorado, 802412601
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
1.As part of a preschool teaching team, implement the district?s research based curriculum that meets the needs of all children and monitor child progress.
2.Be knowledgeable about each child?s Individual Education Plan (IEP) and help children to meet IEP goals. Work cooperatively with special education specialists and implement accommodations, modifications and interventions as needed. Assist in the implementation of each Special Education student?s IEP including monitoring of goals and benchmarks, implementation of accommodations and modifications and on-going assessment and testing to document progress. Attend IEP meetings.
3.Assist and maintain communication with families by helping to develop newsletters. Keep families informed on student progress; resolving concerns with families; scheduling and conducting family, child and staff conferences; and maintaining confidentiality.
4.Comply with laws and regulations by maintaining child and staff files; ensuring that classroom and programs comply with district, state and federal policies and regulations.
5.Assist early childhood director with supervising preschool classroom staff including assisting with interviewing, hiring and training employees and providing input to performance evaluations. Prioritize, schedule and assign work. May be responsible for review, approval and verification of reported time in district time and labor system. May prepare and analyze time and labor reports and complete paperwork for payment of stipends and other pay.
6.Attend weekly team meeting with all staff to discuss programming and child progress. Disseminate information to all staff from all early childhood meetings.
7.Implement results matter assessment; analyze data; drive data-based decisions around programming. Perform financial responsibilities by submitting purchase requests for supplies and materials.
8.Participate and implement skills acquired from early childhood staff development and training. Attend required continuing education classes and adhere to guidelines set by Colorado Preschool Program (CPP), the Colorado Department of Human Services and the local health and fire agencies. Perform assigned duties pertaining to developmental screenings.
9.Perform tasks including enrolling children, and completing monthly reports, through the use of district information technology systems. Work with EC administration in overseeing licensing regulations.
10.Implement the districts unified curriculum through weekly team lesson planning. Oversee classroom preparation of curriculum.
11.Perform other duties as assigned.
EDUCATION AND RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE:
?Must complete the district courses ?Progressive Discipline,? and ?Classified Evaluation System? within one year of entering position.
?Experience in an early childhood setting preferred.
LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS or CERTIFICATIONS:
?Criminal background check required for hire.
?Ability to successfully complete a pre-hire, post-offer physical examination.
?CPR and First Aid certifications and Universal precautions must be acquired within one month of entering position.
?Colorado Department of Human Services Director qualification required.
?The educational requirements for the director of a large center must be met by satisfactory completion of one of the following. (All course hours are given in semester hours, but equivalent quarter hours are acceptable.) Official college transcripts must be submitted for evaluation of qualifications.
oA Bachelor degree in early childhood education from a regionally accredited Colorado college or university; or,
oA current early childhood professional Credential Level IV Version 2.0 as determined by the Colorado Department of Education; or,
oA master?s degree with a major emphasis in child development, Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Special Education; or,
oCompletion of all of the following three (3) semester hour courses from a regionally accredited college or university, at either a two year, four year or graduate level, in each of the following subject or content areas:
? Introduction to early childhood professions;
? Introduction to early childhood lab techniques;
? Early childhood guidance strategies for children;
? Early childhood health, nutrition, and safety;
? Administration of early childhood care and education programs;
? Administration: human relations for early childhood professions or introduction to business;
? Early childhood curriculum development;
? Early childhood growth and development.
? The exceptional child; and,
? Infant/toddler theory and practice; or the Department approved expanding quality infant/toddler training; or,
oCompletion of a course of training approved by the Department that includes course content listed at Section 7.702.42, A, 3, a-j, and experience listed at Section 7.702.42, B.
Salary placement on our Classified Salary schedule is dependent on theGrade for the position being posted and employees’ previous work experience."Grade" refers to position or job classification and "Step" refers to number ofwork experience credit or service years. Initial placement will be at the Gradefor the position step 1.
Employees regularlyscheduled to work twenty (20) hours per week or more are eligible to receivethe district contribution towards insurance benefits as defined in theClassified Master Agreement Article 11.3, 11.4, and 11.5 and are eligible forbenefits described within this article. Employees regularly scheduled to workless than twenty (20) hours per week, or employees whose employment istemporary, are not eligible for benefits described within this article. Please refer to the Classified MasterAgreement for more information.
THISPOSTING IS NOT INCLUSIVE OF THE JOB DESCRIPTION.
All applicants (current district employees and external applicants) shouldlist any and all work experience, including current district experience, whencompleting the employment application. Please include job titles and duties that you held while doing that job. Since the Human Resource department uses the application to screen for minimumqualifications required for each job, it is important to have a completeapplication so you will be considered for the position you are applying for.
The minimum hourly rate of pay is G 25 Step 1, $20.87.
Please refer to the Classified Salary Schedule on ourdistrict website for additional information regarding salary step placement.