EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

 

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM TEACHER | PINEHURST PRESCHOOL & SCHOOL AGE PROGRAM

$500 Hiring Bonus!

Pinehurst School Age Program is looking for an enthusiastic and qualified teacher for our after school program, located in Hazel Wolf K-8 School in North Seattle. The ideal candidate would plan for and implement activities, build strong, respectful relationships with both children and families and enjoy interacting and spending time with children ages 5-12 years.
 

Shift Available - Start date flexible

  • After School Program, M,Tu,Th,F 2:30pm-6:30pm & W 1:30pm-6:30pm

Qualifications

  • Minimum 1 years of experience working with elementary age children

  • ECE Initial Certificate or signed up to take classes (AA degree in ECE/Education/Human Development preferred)

  • CPR and First Aid certified or willing to obtain

  • 18 years of age or older

  • Negative TB test/Proof of MMR & COVID vaccine

  • DCYF Portable Background Check

  • 30 hours STARS training or Merit waiver
     

Skills

  • Enjoy working with school age children

  • Ability to have professional, respectful interactions with children, families & co-workers

  • Knowledge of and previous experience working with diverse populations
     

Job Type
Part-time

 

Pay
$20.00 - $22.00 per hour

 

Benefits

  • Employee discount

  • Paid time off
     

Schedule

  • After school

  • Monday to Friday
     

Supplemental Pay

  • Signing bonus
     

Work Location
Pinehurst at Hazel Wolf Elementary School

CENTER DIRECTOR | PINEHURST PRESCHOOL & SCHOOL AGE PROGRAM
$500 Hiring Bonus!

 

Reports to: Executive Director

Direct Reports: All Staff (School Age Program Supervisor and Teachers)

Qualifications: The Pinehurst Director is an educational advocate, an organized planner, has excellent writing and speaking skills, is a reliable supervisor, open communicator, knowledgeable in education, and is successful in & committed to staff & team development.
 

The Director

  • Supports and nurtures a learning-oriented culture that emphasizes quality experiences for children, collaborative relationships, continuous improvement, and high performance.

  • Holds a passion for high-quality Early Learning and Social Justice.

  • Is responsible for visionary leadership of this high-quality early education center, ensuring all children are supported in developing to their fullest potential.

  • Is responsible for center program planning, staff management, strong family relationships, marketing and enrollment, health and safety and fiscal oversight.

 

Minimum Requirements

  • BA in early childhood education/child development or related field (MA in early childhood/child development, elementary education, business or close educational equivalent degree encouraged).

  • Experience as a center director, center supervisor, or manager of a non-profit agency or center within an agency.

  • Experience of leading organizations or teams of more than 5 staff members

  • Have at least two years’ experience working with children Birth – Grade 5

  • A commitment to: SCCS’s vision, mission, and values, shared services in early learning, and social justice.

  • Must have leadership, planning, coordination, and supervisory skills to implement a high quality, developmentally appropriate and culturally responsive center.

  • Must demonstrate the understanding, ability, personality, emotional stability, and physical health suited to meet the cultural, emotional, mental, physical, and social needs of the children at the center.

  • Must have an understanding of cultural relevancy and anti-bias practices. Experience with Creative Curriculum, Reggio, and Early Achievers.

  • Proven ability to manage an off-site program, as well as building teams and developing relationships; an ability to work both independently and with teaching teams and supervisor. 

  • Commitment to ongoing professional development and growth is a must.

 

Manager of Finances

  • Manages the finances of the organization & develops center operating budget which includes wages & salaries and employee benefits; monitors spending against approved budget.

  • Monitors Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable for accuracy and timeliness. 

  • Liaises /with the SCCS Finance Department on behalf of Pinehurst; communicates budget allocations and supports center staff in appropriating resources accordingly.

 

Fundraiser and Marketer

  • Works closely with the ED, the development staff, and volunteers in planning and execution of fundraising activities.

  • Develops strong loyal relationships with supporters and cultivates potential donors.

  • Works to further awareness of the needs of children served by Pinehurst by implementing effective marketing efforts.

  • Creates, implements, and engages staff in Pinehurst’s development and marketing activities.

 

Manager of Program

  • Manage the overall administration, planning, and curriculum development of the program.

  • Coordinates with SPP enrollment coordinator regarding child enrollment.

  • Manages compliance with SPP contract.

  • Collaborates with the school principal and other administrators on the Alignment Plan and other agreements and contracts. 

  • Serves as the main contact point for families.

  • Orders food and supplies.

 

Manager of Operations

  • Tracks, maintains, and updates all program files including but not limited to child paperwork, sign-in/sign-out records, staff files, ages and stages, TSGold, health screenings, and program files.  

  • Manages operations and internal/external communications of the program, including serving as the point of contact between Pinehurst/SCCS and the SPP Education Specialist, SPP Coach, Seattle Parks Department Staff, Public Health Nurses, School’s Out Washington, Hazel Wolf Principal, and DCYF Licensor.

  • Ensures the compliance of policies and procedures, abiding by all regulations and rules of licensing, funders, and SCCS.

  • Ensures the implementation of the human resource policies and procedures.

  • Communicates and addresses any violations of the human resources policies and procedures.

  • Assesses and communicates facility needs and/or repairs; serves as point with maintenance & janitorial staff. 

  • Assists the ED to develop and maintain a three-year strategic plan.

 

Steward of Effective Programs

  • Maintains a strong child, family, & educator focus, to ensure that Pinehurst is delivering highly valued, effective programs and services to the children, families, and educators at the school site. 

  • Ensures continual quality core services and programs which are developmentally appropriate and centered on children’s interests, their healthy social-emotional development, and their academics needs.

  • Maintains a heart-centered approach in all contacts with children and decisions relating to their well-being – really cares about kids.

  • Maintains casual and professional contacts with children, families, and school staff for Pinehurst and within the context of SCCS programs and events.

  • Supports Pinehurst’s local and regional partnerships with other organizations.

  • Supervises and counsels’ teachers

  • Organizes professional development & team building with team; plans (and implements, as necessary) family orientation, family engagement events, and family education.

  • Supports educators in delivering reflective curriculum using the Creative Curriculum and creating environments that reflect that value & practice.

  • Provides supervision and support to children in the program, ensuring proper sign-in & sign-out procedures are followed. 

 

Other Job Requirements

  • Genuine love of children, and a responsibility of preparing children for kindergarten and life

  • Clear background checks and Tuberculosis (TB) testing

  • Current Washington State Driver’s License

  • Obtain (or currently hold) certification for CPR, First Aid, and HIV/AIDS education instruction

  • Must be 21 years or older


Physical Demands
While performing the responsibilities of the job, the employee is required to communicate effectively. The employee is often required to sit and use a computer and smartphone. The employee is occasionally required to reach, climb, or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Reasonable accommodations will be supported by SCCS.

 

Work Environment
Pinehurst Preschool & School Age Program at Hazel Wolf K-8
11530 12th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125
P: (206) 402-8225 or (206) 417-0895

 

Pinehurst Preschool at Northgate Community Center
10510 5th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125
P: (206) 402-8225 or (206) 503-4569

Status
40 hours per week. Monday – Friday some evenings required
 

Compensation
Starting at $70K, FTE depending on experience and education
 

Benefits Package

  • Health insurance

  • Dental insurance

  • Vision insurance

  • Short-Term Disability Insurance

  • Sick leave

  • Vacation

  • Paid holidays

  • 401K plan

  • Transit pass
     

Application Requirements
Please send a cover letter, highlighting your previous leadership experience in early childhood education and related experience, with an accompanying resume. Only resumes with a cover letter will be considered. Send your resume and cover letter to Emily Adams at eadams@soundchild.org with the email heading, “Hazel Wolf/Northgate Director Application”. There is not deadline on this job announcement. We will continue recruitment until a candidate has been hired.

 

 

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM TEACHER

Pinehurst School Age Program is looking for an enthusiastic and qualified after school teacher. Our program is located in Hazel Wolf K-8 School in North Seattle. The ideal candidate would plan for and implement activities, build strong, respectful relationships with both children and families and enjoy interacting and spending time with children ages 5-12.

Salary

$20-22 per hour dependent upon ECE college coursework and experience

Shift Available: M,Tu,Th,F, 2:30-6:15pm & W1:30-6:15pm

$500 Hiring Bonus upon successful hire and completion of all required paperwork

Qualifications

  • Minimum 1 years of experience working with elementary age children

  • ECE Initial Certificate or signed up to take classes (AA degree in ECE/Education/Human Development preferred)

  • CPR and First Aid certified or willing to obtain1

  • 18 years of age or older

  • Negative TB test/Proof of MMR vaccine

  • DCYF Background Clearance

  • 30 hours STARS training or Merit waiver

 

Skills

  • Enjoy working with school age children

  • Ability to have professional, respectful interactions with children, families & co-workers

  • Knowledge of and previous experience working with diverse populations

Benefits

Benefits for staff (employed 25+ hours per week)include vacation pay, safe and sick leave, holiday pay, medical/dental (after 3 months of employment), on-site training and opportunities for professional development.

Please send your resume along with dates/times you're available for an interview to arivera@soundchild.org.