Association for Supportive Child Care
Oversees all operations of the Leadership In Action Program in collaboration with the appropriate state agencies and funders.
- Implement policies and procedures as required for ASCC and the Leadership In Action Program.
Recruit, hire, manage, train, and evaluate LIAP staff in conjunction with the Program Coordinator
Under the direction of the Program Coordinator, provide management oversight of the LIAP, including monthly audits of all billing and expense reports.
- Complete monthly and/or quarterly reports for submission to the appropriate state agency or funder.
- Ensure program effectiveness and consistency with regular monitoring of the program timeline requirements and deadlines. Monitor all participating program files for accuracy and completion on a monthly and quarterly basis as required to meet contract compliance.
- Develop and implement systems and forms to evaluate the effectiveness of program participation and ensure contract compliance.
Prepare, schedule, and facilitate monthly cohort meetings, learning seminars and yearly symposium as required by state agency or funder.
- Monitor and evaluate LIAP staff as required by ASCC.
- Provide on-site and telephone technical assistance to participating programs, as required.
- Participate in ASCC Management Team meetings and activities as required.
- Facilitate monthly supervision meetings with all staff members and oversee the LIAP team meetings.
- Inform and recruit potential participants through various methods of outreach, including presentations to child care center directors/owners and family child care providers, other early care and education professionals and related service agencies.
- Represent the Leadership in Action Program and ASCC in community meetings and other professional settings, as required.
- Present LIAP and ASCC information at early childhood conferences, as required.
- Ability to seek out additional program funding and writing of grants and proposals.
- Attend all staff and agency mandatory meetings.
Demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively with other staff members and the community.
- Demonstrate the ability to maintain objectivity, including maintaining confidentiality and high ethical standards.
Flexibility to work evenings and weekends as needed.
Ability to travel throughout the state, have a current and valid Arizona Driver’s License, current vehicle insurance, and have reliable transportation, by automobile, available at all times.
To meet the agency insurance requirements, a copy of your most recent 39-month Motor Vehicle Record is required to be submitted upon hire. No more than one (1) at-fault accident or two (2) moving violation tickets that are not listed under the “major ticket” category, as defined by the ASCC insurance company (list available upon request) may be on your 39-month driving record.
- Other duties as assigned by the Program Coordinator and VP of Programs.
- Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Early Childhood Education, Special Education or related field.
Three years of related work experience in the early childhood field as a manager or supervisor.
- Proficient with computer programs including but not limited to Microsoft Office and related programs.
- Knowledge of Environmental Rating Scale Assessment Tools, CLASS, Blue Print for Action, Program Administration Scale (PAS), Business Administration Scale for Family Child Care (BAS). Ability to be trained and reliable in administering the PAS and BAS specifically.
$35,000 - $54,000
About Association for Supportive Child Care
The Association for Supportive Child Care (ASCC) was founded in 1976 as a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to shaping the future of Arizona. Every program at ASCC meets a unique set of needs within the child care and early education field. The need for child care continues to be critical. Today, ASCC staff continue to improve the quality of care for Arizona children and families.
We shape the communities, who shape the children, who shape our future.
At ASCC We:
• Provide training and education to individuals in the child care field
• Support quality child care through accreditation programs
• Offer support and training to those who care for the children of family and friends
• Encourage child care professionals to continue their education
• Assist family child care providers with state certification
• Assist refugee families settling in Arizona with starting a child care business in their home