Seeking an energetic, dynamic and bilingual Preschool Director to lead our incredible school staff and amazing community. If you have a passion for working with children, are dedicated to providing the best education and care to students, excel in a collaborative environment, and foster positive relationships, we want you to be a part of our school.
Director is responsible for oversight and leadership of the school including: Program quality and reputation Faculty recruitment and support as a professional community Parent relations and communications Facilities management Direction and supervision of support staff Compliance with all federal and state laws and school policies and procedures Day-to-day operations Relationships with the ECE community at large
Benefits: Competitive pay. Medical, dental, and vision insurance. Paid vacation, holidays, sick, and personal time. Childcare tuition discounts. Educational assistance. Paid professional development days.
The right candidate will have: Demonstrated leadership in a large, complex child development program A degree in Early Childhood Education or related field Deep knowledge of developmentally appropriate practice A firm commitment to supporting teachers every single day Love for children, play and humor Strong parent communication skills and ability to understand parent perspectives
Please reply with your resume and cover letter.
About YPW Spanish Immersion School
YPW Spanish Immersion School is a Spanish Immersion day care and school for infants to Kindergarten and after school children. Our core curriculum is designed to spark and maintain children’s interest in Spanish by engaging them in intelligent, creative and enjoyable activities such as math, science and technology, dancing, singing, cooking, art projects, games and many more.We believe that total immersion is the best way for your young people to develop a long-lasting foundation in the Spanish language. In a total immersion program, children spent part of the day learning a second language, and all of their subjects are taught in that language. In most cases, learning a second language through immersion enhances a child’s ability in other subjects as well. Children will actually have a better grasp of their own language by learning the structure of another language. It has been shown that children who are learning a foreign language score higher on standardized tests in English.