School Education Manager, Tutor Time of Lindenhurst

Join a strong community where all we do is care-for the children and families we serve every day, as well as for our dedicated team members. Our people are our best asset. We listen and we know what you're looking for:

  • You want benefits. We support you with a minimum 50% childcare discount, immediate access to benefits, innovative health programs, 401(k) company match, and much more.
  • You want balance. We offer flexible schedules that work for you, no nights or weekends, the ability to bring your children to work with you, and paid time off.
  • You want opportunity. We invest in your future with ongoing training, tuition reimbursement, credential assistance, and our unique Master Teacher Program.
  • You want recognition. We provide a positive, fun workplace where employees are appreciated.

The School Education Manager (“SEM”) is responsible for the introduction, execution and oversight of all School educational offerings. The SEM develops, trains, and coaches School staff members and ensures the effective delivery of all educational programs along the School Readiness Pathway.  The SEM also serves as an ambassador for the School to prospective families and shall lead family communication on all aspects of Company curricula. Some of the exciting things that you will do as a School Education Manager include, but are not limited to:

Job Responsibilities:

  • Observes and evaluates program delivery and curriculum implementation at the School and ensures regular child assessments occur along the School Readiness Pathway.
  • Understands and employs the Learning Care System (“LCS”) to deliver bi-weekly usage reports and monthly achievement reports to stakeholders.
  • Regularly conducts observations in all classrooms and provides ongoing feedback on curriculum implementation, classroom management, and lesson planning, by utilizing the available SEM tools and resources.
  • Monitors and implements positive behavior strategies, including but not limited to, observing and evaluating the implementation of teacher selected myPath strategies, utilizing Positive Behavior Support tools and processes, and regularly coaching staff members on Early Childhood and Company best practices.
  • Works in tandem with the School Director to prepare for and maintain accreditation status.  The SEM may be tasked with special work projects, by the Director, to ensure the effective delivery of educational programming and the maintenance of accreditation status.
  • Understands and articulates, to School staff and families, Company brand philosophy, core values, and selling points of curricula.
  • Be responsible for staying up-to-date on company program offerings and ensures school operates with the most up-to-date curriculum/program expectations.
  • Spark imagination, build self-esteem and help children discover new things each day.
  • Promote the positive image of the company and play a major role in making the company a provider of choice in educational programs for the communities that we service.
  • Recruit, select and retain quality staff.
  • Help achieve profitability for the company.

Job Requirements:

•      Must meet state licensing requirements for education and experience. 

•      Must meet all quality rating standards as it relates to education and experience as set forth by the state and accreditation agent. 

•      Must have a minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Early Elementary or related field. 

•      Must have at least two (2) years of experience in an early childhood program with at least two (2) years as a lead teacher. 

 

 

Compensation & Benefits:

  • *Pay based on Position, Education and Experience. Bi-weekly and Daily Pay options 
    • $23.00-$27.00
  • Immediate Health insurance (medical, dental and vision), paid time-off and 401K (plus company match) provided for full-time employees. 
  • Limited medical offered for part-time workers. 
  • Education assistance including tuition reimbursement and certification available to all employees
  • Monday-Friday work week      


 

Learning Care Group is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against an employee or applicant based on race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, age, physical or mental disability, veteran or military status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status or any other protected status under federal, state, or local law.