Director of the Campus Child Center
The University of Wisconsin La Crosse’s Division of Student Affairs invites applicants for Director of the Child Care Center.
The Director of the Campus Child Center has administrative responsibility for the Campus Child Center at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse. The Director reports to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and serves as a member of the Student Affairs Leadership Team to ensure that the Campus Child Center is effectively interfaced with the institution and division missions. The Director collaboratively works with center colleagues to design and implement an inclusive and supportive curriculum based on the interest and needs of children ranging in age one to eight; to assist in the day-to-day maintenance of the center facility; to provide orientation and training for student staff and parent education to families served; to manage budgetary and administrative responsibilities as they relate to billing and scheduling systems and licensing, accreditation and food service regulations; and to learn, uphold, and follow all of the state licensing and national accreditation regulations stipulated for group child care.
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