Founded in 1988, comprised of almost 300 schools, listed as the 4th largest private childcare provider in the United States, Childcare Network offers a warm, caring environment with high- quality education for children ages 6 weeks (about 1 and a half months) to 12 years.
As the Assistant Director, you understand what it takes to inspire a team and build a great program. You are a positive influence and motivate others to be their best. You effectively manage the day-to-day operations to ensure quality throughout the center. The work you do is vitally important and makes a difference to the lives of children, families, and your staff.
What We Offer
No Nights or Weekend Shifts
Education Assistance Program
Paid Time Off and Holidays
Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
Paid Life Insurance
Company Match 401K
Employee Assistance Program
Discounted 50% Childcare
Minimum requirement of at least one year of pre-school management experience
BA in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, or related field preferred
Must be a team builder, highly organized and possess excellent customer service/communication skills
Flexible and energetic
Have the ability to juggle multiple duties
Ability to resolve conflicts
Computer proficiency including Word, Excel, and ability to learn other programs quickly
About Child Development Schools / Sunrise Preschools
Established in 1988, Child Development Schools operates as three early childhood education brands – Childcare Network, Sunrise Preschools, and My Small Wonders. We proudly provide child care and early education to over 30,000 children aged six weeks to 12 years in more than 260 child care centers across 11 states, with headquarters in Austin, Texas. Our schools offer full-time weekday schedules as well as before and after-school programs. Children receive a high-quality education, as well as participation in activities and exercises geared towards their specific age and developmental stage.
Our programs include adaptive digital learning platforms, which promote math and computer literacy skills, field trips, and activities that allow parents to take an active role in the growth and development of their children.