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Executive Daycare Director

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Job Order #: 6110178

NOC: 0014
Employer Name:
La Ronge Child Care Cooperative
Wage/Salary Info:
$75,000 annual starting salary
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Length of Employment:
12 month term
University Bachelor's Degree
1-2 Years
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Employer Name:
La Ronge Child Care Cooperative
Contact Name:
Kaitlyn Sheppard
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The E.D. is responsible for the successful leadership, overall management, administration, and business operations of the two daycare centres.  They are expected to model and demonstrate professionalism and leadership to support a positive work environment. They work closely with the Board of Directors, Bookkeeper, Ministry and Management teams at both locations.
At the board's discretion, this position may have the flexibility to work either full-time or reduced hours with a hybrid remote worksite agreement (within the tri-community) after an initial three month on site orientation.
Oversee 2 daycare centres with an active presence at both
Provide oversight, direction and supervision of the Directors and at all levels
Lead administrative, financial, and business operations with a high level of accountability
Review, implement and enforce policies
Work with directors to manage all matters related to human resources, including recruitment/section, payroll and compensation, training and development, performance management, accountability and discipline, employee/labour relations, and workplace safety
Manage all planning and implementation of special projects, including facility maintenance and grant funding initiatives
Participate in monthly staff and board meetings
Required Skills:
Proven management and administrative skills, including financial, HR, and program management
Strong strategic planning, organization and communication skills
Cultural agility to work respectfully with diverse groups
Superior verbal and written communication skills
Competency with problem solving and critical thinking
Strong leadership skills with ability to motivate, coach and support staff
Ability to work effectively both independently and collaboratively
Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to build and maintain healthy relationships
Strong computer/software skills (Outlook, Word, Excel)

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