SUMMARY:  Reporting to the Head Start / Early Head Start Director, The Area Administrator is responsible for the overall management of multiple centers within the Head Start / Early Head Start program. Provides oversight of compliance and monitoring procedures that support the programs and ensures that Head Start centers operate efficiently and effectively. The Area Administrator ensures that the centers are providing safe and healthy environments for children and staff while ensuring that centers are meeting all Office of Head Start and the Department of Children and Families regulations and standards. Additionally, the Area Administrator will provide support and professional development to the Center Directors. This position is a member of the Head Start program’s leadership team and in coordination with Head Start Director and other leadership team members, leads the promotion of the agency’s mission advancement efforts by developing and implementing effective systems, as directed, that lead to positive outcomes for child and employee safety, early childhood learning, Parent and Family Engagement, and staff development.

Area Administrator (2) Positions

Department: Head Start Administration                  FLSA Classification: Exempt Grade 13

Salary: $25.00 per hour 40 hours per week / 52 weeks per year (Full-time- Benefits Eligible)

Open: April 1, 2019 Closed: April 15, 2019

Summary:
Reporting to the Head Start / Early Head Start Director, The Area Administrator is responsible
for the overall management of multiple centers within the Head Start / Early Head Start program. Provides
oversight of compliance and monitoring procedures that support the programs and ensures that Head Start
centers operate efficiently and effectively. The Area Administrator ensures that the centers are providing
safe and healthy environments for children and staff while ensuring that centers are meeting all Office of
Head Start and the Department of Children and Families regulations and standards. Additionally, the Area
Administrator will provide support and professional development to the Center Directors. This position is
a member of the Head Start program’s leadership team and in coordination with Head Start Director and
other leadership team members, leads the promotion of the agency’s mission advancement efforts by
developing and implementing effective systems, as directed, that lead to positive outcomes for child and
employee safety, early childhood learning, Parent and Family Engagement, and staff development.
Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s Degree, Management, Finance, Education, Human Services,
Social Services, or related field is required.
Experience:
A minimum of 3-5 years of supervisory experience that includes knowledge of Head Start and
the Department of Children and Families performance standards and regulations for facilities, child, and
employee safety. Must be proficient with MS office programs and able problem solve through use of data
for best outcomes. A Center Director’s Credential is required or within one year of employment.
Physical Demands:
This position requires the employee to be in a sitting and / or standing position for
most the work hours. The employee must be able to frequently lift 10 lbs. with occasional bending,
stooping, and overhead arm movements. Frequent keyboarding, finger dexterity, and computer use.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
job functions.
CAPC employees meeting the qualifications are encouraged to apply. The complete job description and
application are attached and are located on the CAPC intranet webpage.
Late submissions may not be considered.
Contact David Powell in HR, 438-4021 ext. 106 or d.powell@capc-pensacola.org for more information or
interest.
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