AK19K-068 Part-time Assistant Child Care Center Administrator
The Salvation Army Anchorage Corps is now hiring a Part-time Assistant Child Care Center Administrator.
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by love for God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs
in His name without discrimination.
SCOPE OF POSITION
The Anchorage Corps Assistant Child Care Center Administrator manages the operations of the Anchorage Corps Community Center's After School and Summer Day Camp Programs. This includes supervision of staff and logistics of day-to-day operations. This position
will maintain licensing and Alaska Department of Public health regulations, plan and implement with staff, and track supply needs.
1. Assist with the management of the operations of the Anchorage Corps Community Center's After School program.
2. Assist with the management of the operations of the Anchorage Corps Community Center's Summer Day Camp Program.
3. Lead staff and logistics for day-to-day operations.
4. Maintain licensing and Alaska Department of Public health regulations
5. Track supply needs.
6. Ensure proper record keeping of parental permissions, program goals, policy manuals, outcome documentation, and health and safety standards.
7. Billing and collecting payments from parents and other agencies.
8. Administer programs to ensure they meet or exceed legal requirements for staffing, facility, nutrition, safety, etc. regarding Alaska Department of Social Service's and Alaska Department of Human Services Child Care Licensing rules and regulations.
9. Ensure documentation meets State of Alaska licensing standards.
10. Track of all statistics within programs.
11. Maintain strict confidentiality regarding campers and staff
Work is performed in a heated and ventilated institution setting. Noise level is low. Exposure to extreme temperatures is not a requirement of this position. The use of personal protective equipment may be required in accordance with the Hazard Communication
1. Ability to speak, sit, walk, stand, bend, climb, kneel, and twist on an intermittent basis; to grasp, reach, handle, finger, push or pull objects
2. Hearing and vision acuity at or corrected to within normal levels
3. Ability to lift up to 40 lbs., or more with assistance
4. Ability to operate a motor vehicle in daylight, darkness, or in inclement weather conditions
1. High School diploma or equivalency.
2. At least 12 semester hours of college credit in early childhood development, child development, child psychology, or the equivalent, or hold a current CDA credential or Montessori Certificate.
3. Current CPR and First Aid certification; ability to obtain/maintain a Food Handlers Card within 30 days of hire.
4. Valid Alaska Driver License with acceptable driving record required (must be 21 to meet TSA driver requirements).
5. Must obtain CDL within six (6) months of hire.
6. Ability to manage and supervise personnel, including delegation of responsibility and motivation of staff.
7. Self-motivated, responsible, detail oriented, and able to take projects from beginning through completion.
8. Excellent written and oral communication skills; able to effectively communicate with internal and external audiences.
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to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure
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