Old Mission Peninsula School is seeking a Before/After Care Program Director effective May 16, 2019.
We are looking for an energetic and loving person to fill a position for the Before/After Care Program Director at Old Mission Peninsula School. Before Care runs from 7 AM - 8:15 AM Monday through Friday and After Care takes place 3 PM - 6 PM Monday through Friday on site at the school. The age of the children attending ranges from Kindergarten to 6th Grade. There are opportunities to deliver activities programming in the cafeteria, gym and outdoor areas of the school property. The job would begin on May 16th with some training prior to the start date.
Job Requirements include:
Job Duties include:
What it means to work at Old Mission Peninsula School:
The Program Director must meet 1 of the following to qualify as Program Director:
(a) Bachelor's degree or higher in early childhood education or child development.
(b) Bachelor's degree or higher in a child-related field with 18 semester hours in early childhood education or child development and 480 hours of experience.
A child-related field means elementary education, child guidance/counseling, child psychology, family studies, and social work.
(c) Associate's degree in early childhood education or child development with 18 semester hours in early childhood education or child development and 480 hours of experience.
(d) Montessori credential with 18 semester hours in early childhood education or child development and 960 hours of experience.
A Montessori credential means a credential issued by the Association Montessori International (AMI), American Montessori Society (AMS), or any Montessori teaching training institution recognized by the Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education (MACTE) that meets or exceeds 270 hours of academic training.
(e) Valid Child development associate credential with 18 semester hours in early childhood education or child development and 960 hours of experience.
The Child Development Associate Credential (CDA) is a nationally recognized credential that requires 480 hours of experience working with children and 120 clock hours of training. The clock hours can be obtained at the community college or higher level or through other organizations. For more information about the CDA, contact the Council for Professional Recognition at 800-424-4310 or visit the CDA website.
Any program director qualified after September 1, 2012 with a CDA must have and maintain a valid CDA to be and remain qualified as a program director.
(f) 60 semester hours with 18 semester hours in early childhood education or child development and 1920 hours of experience.
Rule 400.8113(13) states:
All program directors shall have at least 2 semester hours or 3.0 CEUs in child care administration or have an administrative credential approved by the department. These semester hours may satisfy a portion of the requirements of subrules (9) and (10) of this rule.