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Early Childhood Site Supervisor

Community Action Partnership of Strafford County

Community Action Partnership of Strafford County is a 501(c)(3) private nonprofit organization established in 1965 under the provisions of the Equal Opportunity Act of 1964. We work with community, state and federal partners to assist children, families, low-income and elderly residents with their efforts to become or remain financially and socially independent through a variety of coordinated programs. Without the services provided by our agency, many local residents would be without a means to provide for their basic needs, including food, education, child care, utilities assistance, transportation, shelter and access to other services.

CAPSC offers a number of benefits including:

  • 403(b)
  • Medical coverage
  • Dental coverage
  • Earned time-off
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Vision care coverage
  • Work/Life resources
  • Employee and Dependent life insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • 11 Paid Holidays a year

*Community Action Partnership of Strafford County is mandating the COVID-19 vaccination upon employment. You must provide proof of vaccination on the first day of employment*

*Community Action Partnership of Strafford County is mandating the COVID-19 vaccination upon employment. You must provide proof of vaccination on the first day of employment


The Early Childhood Site Supervisor (ECSS) is responsible for the oversight and implementation of overall daily operations of the assigned early childhood location with the primary concern for safety, curriculum, and parent engagement.  



  • Associate degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Elementary Education, or documentation demonstrating qualifications as a Center Director per NH Childcare Licensing guidelines.
  • Minimum of 1500 hours experience working with children in a licensed childcare program or public / private elementary school.
  • Documentation of 3 credits in management or supervision, or at least two (2) years of supervisory experience.
  • Computer literacy including Excel, Word, and Outlook.
  • Current or ability to obtain and maintain CPR and First Aid certification. 
  • Able to lift 25-40 lbs.


Program Management

  • Assumes responsibility for the center’s day-to-day operation.
  • Ensures the health and safety of children and staff by maintaining a healthy and safe environment. Ensure facilities, equipment and supplies are adequately and appropriately maintained.
  • Primary contact for Child Care Licensing Unit, with support from Childcare Program Director. Ensures that facilities and documentation are maintained in accordance with NH licensing requirements, safety policies and CAPSC procedures. Including, but not limited to facilitating monthly fire and emergency drills, maintaining online CONNECTIONS site, and signing accident/incident reports, ensuring appropriate documentation standards are met.
  • Responsible for ensuring location is up to date with Granite Steps for Quality reporting.
  • Responds effectively to crisis situations.
  • Minimum of 20 hours, dedicated classroom support for assigned classroom
  • Informs Childcare Program Director of any facility improvements needed. Acts as point of contact for facilities or contractors, in absence of Childcare Program Director.
  • Ensures all child files are CCLU compliant

Family and Community Relationships

  • Maintains positive communication with parents
  • Ensures staff maintains confidentiality and a gossip-free environment.
  • Supports staff in maintaining effective communication with parents.
  • Mediates immediate concerns between parents and educators, informing appropriate HS staff
  • Promotes a positive community relationship with agencies and organizations offering services (e.g., DHHS, DCYF, Resource and Referral, NH State Licensing, and schools).
  • Maintains a positive and productive attitude regarding both Centers and the CAP Agency when interacting both within the program and with the greater community.
  • Commitment to actively supporting Family Engagement and School Readiness.
  • Actively participates in relevant professional organizations, with prior approval from Childcare Program Director.

Staff Management

  • Responsible for classroom staff schedule, ensuring child to staff ratio is CCLU and Head Start (if applicable) compliant
  • Maintains documentation for educator’s professional development hours, in conjunction with Head Start Educational Manager
  • Effectively delegates responsibilities to team members.
  • Approves timesheets, expense reports, mileage reports, time off requests and other employee action forms for HS Lead Teachers, Early Childhood Educators, Assistant Early Childhood Educators, and Early Childhood Classroom Aides
  • Identifies agenda items for monthly building meetings in conjunction with other program managers
  • When appropriate, provides input on staff evaluations
  • Provides orientation for classroom volunteers.


  • Ability to approach each day with a flexible attitude
  • Ability to multi-task as situations arise.
  • Strong commitment to maintaining confidentiality
  • Excellent organization and time management skills with ability to prioritize and manage workload and deadlines
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
  • Ability to work flexible hours and travel when necessary.
  • Knowledge of and sensitivity to the unique challenges faced by families living in poverty.
  • Reliable source of transportation with 100/300 liability insurance coverage.
  • Physical strength/endurance/mobility to perform in a standard daily required work routine (i.e., walking, sitting, lifting, and driving to various sites as required).


  • Be able to communicate effectively with staff, volunteers, and families on a regular basis.
  • Good communication skills and ability to follow verbal and written instructions.
  • Ability to read, write and communicate instructions.


  • Early Childhood Educators
  • Assistant Early Childhood Educators
  • Early Childhood Classroom Aides


  • Maintain 18 hours of annual continuing education through workshops, trainings, or courses related to early childhood education.
  • Plan, coordinate, organize and prioritize work.
  • Maintain and model good hygiene, appropriate dress (neat, clean, modest), and direct, positive, honest, and respectful behavior to parents, staff, and the community.
  • Energetically engage people, issues, and work.
  • Apply the highest ethical standards to themselves and others daily.
  • Support others in their efforts to be productive and effective and succeed in work and life.
  • Actively participate in teambuilding, which includes sharing ideas and mutual support of team members. 
  • Consistently use interpersonal skills that are appropriate for individual styles, personalities, cultures, the nature of the work, and the environment in which the work is being done.
  • Practice honest, respectful, and direct communication as well as active listening.
  • Respect confidentiality of information about agency staff, personnel issues, and other program operations. 


Valid Driver's License and insured vehicle (100/300 minimum coverage) for use on the job or acceptable alternative, driving record check, criminal record check, randomized drug screening.

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Job Location:

Dover, Rochester

Date Added: June 22, 2022

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