Preschool Assistant Principal
***$1,000 Sign-On Bonus!****
Chesterbrook Academy, part of the Spring Education Group family of schools, is seeking passionate education professionals who lead by example, develop their teams, grow their school, and deliver quality curriculum with unwavering integrity.
Full-Time, hourly, year-round (12 months) employment.
As a Preschool Assistant Principal, you will assist the Principal in coordinating all school operations, with your primary focus on coaching, mentoring and training teachers in our Links to Learning curriculum. You will be supported by your Principal and Regional Director, in addition to our Shared Services team with matters relating to HR, finances, and billing.
We are more than just a school - we are a community! Our goal is to uplift each other, work together, and uphold our guiding educational philosophy, providing the perfect balance of learning and play®. We cultivate school communities where children are at the center of everything we do, creating the optimal learning environment that is safe, welcoming, and well-organized. We partner with parents by engaging in consistent communication and providing daily snapshots of their child’s day, inviting them to be a part of the Chesterbrook experience, as well. We embrace a culture of care - physically, emotionally, socially, and intellectually, both in and out of the classroom.
What makes us different...
- 93% Parent Satisfaction!
- Well-Rounded, Research-Based Curriculum!
- Medical, Dental, Vision and 401K!
- Paid Holidays and Sick Days!
- Education and Professional Development Financial Assistance!
- Competitive salary & bonus opportunity
- Enrollment Discount for your child(ren)!
- Have an endorsement, credential or degree in Early Childhood, Child Development, Special Education, Elementary Education, or the Human Services Field.
- 1 year of experience in a school leadership position preferred (Principal, Assistant Principal, Team Leader, etc.).
- Minimum of 1 year of previous teaching experience in a preschool setting.
- Knowledge of state education and licensing standards and maintains validation of credentials for the position (i.e. professional development).
- Broad knowledge of instructional programs, extracurricular activities, methods to ensure a safe and orderly climate,
- Previous responsibility for building maintenance, program evaluation, employee engagement and management, office operations, and emergency procedures.