Daycare Director Resume Sample

Updated August 5, 2018

A Daycare Director is usually promoted from a teaching position within a daycare facility. People in this position are required to oversee day to day activities in the facility and ensure that all standards of child care services are met.

A resume for a Daycare Director job should highlight your relevant skills in child care, reliability and leadership abilities.

The following example will assist you with writing your resume for a Daycare Director position.

 

 

Daycare Director Resume Example

 

 

Karen Ned
44 Green Street, Augusta, ME 22233
(000) 789-9799, Email


DAYCARE DIRECTOR

HIGHLIGHTS 
• 14+ years of experience working as a preschool director
• Highly experienced in managing daily administrative tasks within a daycare facility
• In-depth knowledge of early child care and education patterns
• Hands on experience in working in a collaborative environment
• Proficient in organizational planning, development, and management
• Documented success during years of progressive childcare experience and responsibility
• Extensive knowledge of current childcare practices and development

LEADERSHIP SKILLS
• Hiring, training, team building, and controlling
• Communication and customer service
• Liaising with teachers and parents
• Administrative functions

SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS
• Promoted from Preschool Teacher to Preschool Director in three years from an entry-level position
• Reorganized the entire curriculum of Hilltop Preschool to cater to children not ready for formal schooling

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Hilltop Preschool, Augusta, ME | 2004-present
Preschool Director
• Hire, train and supervise staff
• Conduct teacher evaluations by observing teachers in classrooms and during activities
• Assist teachers with setting and meeting progressive goals
• Communicate with parents by explaining the school’s policies and admission procedures along with any issues relevant to the individual child
• Work with the teacher to ensure the safety of all classrooms and to make them developmentally appropriate

Hilltop Preschool, Augusta, ME | 2001-2004
Preschool Teacher
• Provided a nurturing and safe environment for children
• Encouraged children’s physical, social, emotional, and academic development
• Prepared different materials and resources for children
• Attended to children’s basic needs (feeding, dressing, diapers changing)
• Enforced rules for behavior and classroom order
• Lead activities designed for physical development

EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science, Early Childhood Education
The University of Augusta, Augusta, ME

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