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Youth Development, Inc.

HEAD START SENIOR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR



Job Description
MA in business management, business administration, public administration, education, social services, child development or closely related field. Minimum of 4 years of responsible administrative experience as documented by past employment relating to supervision of staff operation and function, or BA in business management, business administration, education, social services or child development or closely related field with a minimum of 8 years of experience. Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in interpreting department policy and staff supervision matters. Ability to organize personnel and operations to accomplish project goals within established time limitations. Broad knowledge of rules, regulations, and policy applicable in the processing or completion of business details. The HS Senior Associate Director provides oversight of the Education and Early Childhood Development content area of the Head Start/Early Head Start program ensuring compliance with performance standards and recognized best practice in early childhood education and early intervention/special education. Must be able to read, write, understand & speak English. Salary: $2,698.79. ($70,168.54 Annually). Posting Closes: 12/14/18.







About Youth Development, Inc.
We Are a Community and Family Based Agency That Improves Lives Since 1971.

YDI values it's employees and offers a comprehensive benefits package, which includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Life/AD&D, Short Term/Long Term Disability. YDI absorbs over 90% of the Health Insurance Premium cost associated with the comprehensive benefits package. We also offer a generous retirement program and match up to 6% of gross wages after 180 days of employment.


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