CHILDREN'S ALLEY PROGRAM MANAGER
YWCA Boulder County is looking for a committed manager to lead the only temporary drop-in childcare center in Boulder County that also offers a sliding fee scale: Children's Alley. We are looking for a solid leader to manage a team of 20 teachers, oversee the efficient running and profitability of Children's Alley, manage a $500,000 budget and assist parenting support ideas at YWCA. The Program Manager of Children's Alley will also collaborate and work with managers from different programs at YWCA.
- Bachelor's Degree in a business related field
- Experience with the management of people and projects
- High organizational skills with strong attention to detail
- Ability to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends
- Advanced computer, writing and budgeting skills
- Experience working with children and/or youth
An ideal candidate will possess the following characteristics:
- Strong ability to solve problems in an efficient manner
- Extensive abilities to successfully interact with staff, clients, donors and volunteers
- Ability to supervise and lead a team of teachers
- Marketing skills are a plus
Salary & Benefits:
- Full-time employment.
- Great working environment and very generous vacation and benefits.
Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a cover letter with CA Program Manager in the subject line. Position open until filled.
CHILDREN'S ALLEY TEACHERS
Children's Alley is a unique, drop-in childcare facility located in YWCA Boulder County. We strive for the highest standards in childcare and education in everything we do, and we have an exceptional team of dedicated teachers that contribute to our friendly and supportive work environment. We are seeking a qualified, experienced individual to support one of our various classrooms that serve children between the ages of 6 weeks to 12 years.
- Collaborating with other Children’s Alley staff to ensure all classroom needs are met
- Providing excellent care for the children who come through our program, appropriately supporting their emotional, physical, cognitive, and social needs
- Cultivating positive relationships with parents and other community partners
An Ideal Candidate:
- Meets the requirements of Early Childhood Teacher Qualifications as specified by Colorado Department of Health and Human Services.
- Has a passion for working with children and helping families in the community
- Takes initiative and is a team player
- Is responsible, organized, creative and patient.
- Knowledge of Spanish a plus
This position is part-time, we offer very competitive compensation and benefits, pay depends on experience, this position is available until filled.
If you are looking to make a difference in people’s lives, enjoy working with young children, and have availability during nights and weekends, then this is the job for you. Please send resume to email@example.com with Teacher in the subject line.
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