These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Preschool Director resumes for your reference.
- Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.
- Maintained daily records of children’s daily activities and behaviors.
- Held monthly staff meetings and brought in outside speakers to keep current in the early childhood field.
- Collaborated with other team members on special projects and events.
- Highly experience in managing daily administrative task within a daycare/preschool facility.
- Plan and implement a preschool curriculum and program for children 4 weeks to 6 years old.
- Help children develop physically, emotionally, cognitively and socially.
- Maintain appropriate and safe equipment for classrooms and playground.
- To maintain a visible presence to staff, students and preschool families.
- To substitute in classroom and provide instruction and care for children.
- To participate in all in service, orientation programs, accreditation programs and meetings.
- To attend all requested school functions such as seminars, program and assist with supervision on field trips.
- Implemented a Student Evaluation process for teachers to use and guide parent-teacher conferences.
- Worked with staff to create ITER and EKER compliant classrooms.
- Lead tours for interested families and enroll new students at the preschool.
- Created a school website and implemented varies new methods for communicating to parents (i.e. Mailserver and REMIND).
- I am the lead administrator of the school and handles problems with staff and students.
- As a team we develop the curriculum and ensure the school meets any standards set by law.
- Other duties include teaching classes as needed, determining spending responsibilities and making admission decisions.
- Supervised, managed and budgeted a California Title 22 Licensed Facility with a 60 child capacity and seven early childhood educator staff.
- Upheld weekly participation in management meetings, and leadership role within the organization.
- Planned events and gatherings for families and community members with affiliation to the organization to create fundraising opportunities and marketing exposure of program.
- Monitored the center’s physical facilities and insured they were in compliance with local and state laws and were safe and appropriate for children.
- Worked within a very tight budget to buy supplies and nutritious snacks that adhered to licensing requirements.
- Worked with children and their families to create behavior modification plans.
- Made connections within the community to help market preschool to potential parents and increase enrollment.
- Responsible for enrollment, finances ( including; cost control, cash receipts and receivables from parents, money receipts from state and federal agencies, payroll, and reports to management/ owner).
- Provide a safe and loving environment for the children.
- Continually educating the staff and parents on current events, pertaining to preschool aged children.
- Work with teachers to ensure that all classrooms are safe, attractive and developmentally appropriate.
- Supervise the overall program including – office manager, teachers, teaching assistants, family workers, janitors, and cook.
- Ensure compliance with all state and local licensing regulations. Familiarize parents with school policies and provide orientation.
- Conduct teacher evaluations by observing teachers in class rooms and during activities.
- Communicate with parents by explaining school’s policies and admission procedures along with any issues relevant to individual child.
- Work with teacher to ensure safety of all classrooms and to make them developmentally appropriate.
- Run the overall operation of the nursery school in terms of hiring staff, developing curricula, learning activities ( such as games and field trips), purchase of toys and books, and handling fiscal matters.
- Supervise the staff to implement new teaching strategies, methods and technologies in the classroom.
- Arrange staff/parents meetings to discuss students’ learning progress.
- Direct the operations of a 70- to 90-student preschool including recruitment and reg istration; hiring and supervising teaching staff; ensuring proper class conduct and de corum; and maintaining smooth relations with parents.
- Prepare school budget; keep parents and board of trustees informed on children’s progress and current operations; prepare and place advertising to attract new families; and conceive, plan, and imple ment programs and events to advance the educational process and maintain enthu siasm.
- Prepare and submit required data and reports to the state regulatory agency.