Martha's Table is seeking an Assistant Director of the Child Development Center who will report to the center's Director. The Assistant Director will support the center, its staff, its students, and its families in an array of capacities including both instructional support, development, and compliance-related work.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
- Observe, coach, and evaluate teachers in classrooms ranging from infant to Pre-K out of school
- Participate in recruitment, assist in conducting interviews, and checking references for teacher and staff candidates
- Participate in the orientation of new faculty
- Utilize progressive counseling, disciplinary action, and termination of teachers and staff under the guidance of Director
- Ensure all faculty are performing all duties and responsibilities outlined in their job description
- Guide and supervise teachers through the process of communicating sensitive issues to parents and locating appropriate services for referral.
- Give focused and timely feedback to teachers on unit and lesson plans
and Family Responsibilities
- Maintain student portfolios
- Liaise with outside companies and stakeholders who provide services to students, teachers, and families
- Connecting families with outside service providers and resources through referral and follow-up
- Provide support and resources for faculty on program development
- Ability to create and manage professional development plans for teachers
- Ability to either create or identify and implement impactful professional development for teachers based on center needs
and Financial Responsibilities
- Support Director in the development and monitoring expenses to keep within budget
- Assist Director in closely monitoring labor expenses.
- Assist in collecting data for payroll
- Inventory needed supplies and purchase within budget
- Assist with re-accreditation process as per NAYCE requirements
- Ensure state and local compliance and safety with regard to facilities and program design
- Meeting the standards for a lead teacher as per the DC MR-29
- At least 3 years teaching in either an infant/toddler classroom or a pre-K3/4 classroom
- Familiarity with effective curriculum and program design for and effective Early Childhood program (infant/toddler, pre-K3/4, or both)
- Prior experience working in an OSSE and NAEYC regulated Early Childhood facility
- At least one year supervising and managing adults
- Background in speech or language development
- Familiarity with the compliance requirements as listed in the DC MR-29
- In depth experience from experience with infants through pre-k3/4
- Bilingual (Spanish preferred)
- Prior experience with the CLASS,ELLCO, ITERS, ECERS and SACERS observation tool/process
- Prior experience with accreditation process as per NAYCE requirements
How to apply
Insert "Assistant Director-Early Childhood" in the subject line.
- Minimum 4 years’ accounting experience in nonprofit environments.
- Excellent computer skills including accounting software and Microsoft word and excel.
- Knowledge and competence to carry out major functions of: accounting, payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, audit and 990 preparations.
- Good verbal and written communication skills.
- Familiarity with ADP payroll processing
- Familiarity with Intacct Accounting program
- Bachelor's degree in business, accounting or finance, with minimum of 15 credits in accounting.
- Minimum of one year’s supervisory experience.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Maintain Intacct financial accounting system..
- Process daily cash receipts.
- Process bi-weekly payroll.
- Oversee Grants Management and process monthly/quarterly billings.
- Responsible for follow up on outstanding Accounts Receivable.
- Assist the CFO in the oversight of financial compliance.
- Process weekly accounts payable and check runs.
- Prepare monthly reconcilations of all banking and investment accounts.
- Prepare monthly reconciliations of all general ledger accounts.
- Prepare the monthly financial statements.
- Assist the CFO in monthly analysis of budgets versus actual and the review of program cost center reports.
- Respond to request from staff on financial and compliance matters.
- Ensure that internal controls/procedures are in place and makes recommendations to the CFO for updated procedures/processes.
- Assist the CFO in recording of in kind donations.
- Assist the CFO in the yearly organizational budget.
- Assist the CFO in yearly financial audit and A-133 audit.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
How to apply
Insert "Finance Manager" in the subject line.
Job posted 10/28/2013
Success Center Coordinator
This position reports directly to the Director of Education Elementary to Career, and as such under direction, is responsible for developing the Martha's Table Success Center. The Success Center Coordinator will oversee the daily operations of the center with a focus on parent engagement and training to help ensure family success for the children enrolled in our education programs. The Success Center will also manage the high school service learning program and the college extension support program. The Success Center Coordinator will serve as a community resource by establishing the connections necessary to assist in helping our families and clients receive the necessary supports not offered directly by Martha's Table.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
- Facilitate communication regarding Center events/activities among staff, community members and volunteers
- Assist with managing events and major projects by developing timelines and identifying necessary resources
- Ensure participant safety and compliance during participation in Center activities and service learning
- Create and oversee evaluation and data collection of Center programming
- Develop and implement a strategy to engage parents, find out their needs and where they need support in helping their children succeed in school.
- Coordinate resulting programs that will help parents better support their children succeed in school
- Identify and establish community connections that can be utilized by parents to help meet their needs and or continue to succeed
- Schedule parent meetings and training as specified by program design
- Conduct youth-driven high school service learning activities that include a component that helps the high school student's overall academic and social development through service learning
- Assist with managing the development of service learning programs included but not limited to assessing impact of the program and its participants
- Work with Director to develop and incorporate a strategy to engage and support current and future college cohort of students who are located across the country
- Offer other organizational supports as the success center continues to expand to serve clients beyond the education programs
- Responsible for performing other duties as assigned
(a) A bachelor's degree or higher in social work or related field from an accredited college or university. MSW preferred but not required
(b) At least two years' experience providing support and community resource services to adults and youth in a community/neighborhood setting
(c) Experience in scheduling and facilitating workshops on various topics targeted towards parents of school age children and youth (infant through eighth grade)
(d) Case management experience preferred but not required
(e) Experience working with and offering supports to adolescents and older youth in an urban setting is a plus
(f) Knowledge of OSSE child care and after school programming regulations along with DC-MR 29 is a plus
How to apply
Insert "Success Center Coordinator" in the subject line.
Job posted 8/8/2013
Assistant Group Leader
This position reports directly to the Group Leader is responsible for assisting in providing center-based services including parent meetings, implementing daily/weekly lesson plans, and other services related to providing quality services to elementary and middle school students and their families. The Assistant Group Leader must perform all other duties as prescribed in the DCMR-29, NAEYC, and DC Standards of Learning. An Assistant Group Leader should meet the minimum requirements of a high school diploma and a year of supervised experience working with elementary and or middle school students in an after school setting in a school or community based organization. Meet the licensing requirements pertaining to CPR, first aid and universal precaution requirements, including drug and background checks/clearances.
the lead teacher with grade-level appropriate instruction
2. Ensuring the safety of groups of school-age students
3. Working with small group of students to provide additional support
4. Engage students in physical and recreational activity
5. Support for students with individual needs
6. Administrative tasks relating to the instructional program
7. Communicating with parents and other stakeholders as needed
8. Building strong relationships with a youth development approach with school age students
9. Supporting with meals, transportation, and student supervision to ensure a smooth program
10. Responsible for performing other duties as assigned.
How to apply
Insert "Assistant Group Leader" in subject line.