Director, Early Childhood Education

Kids U

Job description

Do you have strong leadership skills? Are you highly organized? Are you business oriented? Are you passionate about children and Early childhood Education?

If so, Building Brains ELC is the place for you!

Building Brains ELC
is a revolutionary Early Learning Center. As we embark on a transformational journey in our growth story, we seek to onboard individuals who will lead from the front. We are looking to hire incredibly enthusiastic, child-loving, education-driven leaders to support and guide our amazing children, staff and families as part of our campus leadership teams.

We are currently hiring Center Directors who have previous experience running an early childhood education center of 100 children or more with a curriculum mindset and an operational focus. We are also open to applicants who are experienced teachers, individuals who are self-driven and motivated, collaborative, willing to learn and grow into a management position.

Our Offer

  • Competitive salary
  • Paid time off and sick days
  • Benefits include vision, dental, massage, acupuncture etc.
  • Extended employee benefit plan based on tenure and role
  • Tuition discounts
  • You will be surrounded by pedagogical leaders to share best practices and learn
  • Our facilities offer spacious classrooms lit with natural light, beautiful on-site playground and are located near various parks and amenities
  • Paid Professional Development Days AND non-instructional days
  • Career growth, and promotion opportunities unparalleled in the field
  • We pay for your continued education
  • Annual Lead Teacher retreat focused on skills development
  • Employee Family Assistance Program (EFAP)
  • Team building events, week long staff appreciation events and staff parties!
  • Enjoy job security in a team you love!
  • We take work/life balance seriously!

Are you someone who…

  • Multi-task oriented, and do what it takes to get the job done!
  • Desires to inspire!
  • Believes in having fun!
  • Thinks outside the box!
  • Is open-minded!
  • Willing to give their best!
  • Can be trusted by others!
  • Patient, calm, and professional in every situation!
  • Desires to be a part of something larger than themselves!
  • Works hard and plays hard!


What you bring to the role:

  • Professionalism, ambition and a desire to build strong trusting relationships across a diverse team, as well as with families and children
  • An educational background in early childhood education
  • A deep understanding of how children learn and develop and how to create a high quality environment
  • Experience with efficient and effective day-to-day operations at a center
  • The ability to make informed decisions with an adaptable and flexible mindset
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • A focus on short-term and long-term goals
  • A mindset and the skills to organize systems, plan work and motivate the team for excellence
  • A growth mindset, a positive attitude, and a willingness to learn and expand your knowledge on brain development, executive functions and holistic growth for all children
  • The adequate energy level and ability to meet the physical demands of the job
  • Sensitivity and respect for individual and cultural differences
  • Your own personal mission.


  • Ensuring the center is safe and effective with a caring and nurturing environment in each classroom
  • Curriculum development – through the oversight of the overall education program, supporting classrooms and facilitating a positive and stimulating environment
  • Overseeing the hiring and training of new staff members – selecting not just qualified candidates, but also those who fit with the philosophy, values and culture of the program. This includes evaluating candidates, conducting onsite interviews and a working classroom interview as well.
  • Training – ensuring all staff are fully trained in their responsibilities and the policies of the program as well as keeping staff up-to-date on the latest research in child development, safety precautions, and developmentally appropriate practices
  • Conflict resolution – successful mediation of any conflicts that may arise due to the nature of work or the relationships between educators and / or families
  • Building strong family connections – creating an environment that allows for strong family relationships to develop through open and proactive communication between parents and teachers. Organizing and hosting community events for teachers and families
  • Mentoring and career growth – understanding the team’s career goals and helping them make progress towards them for career satisfaction and longevity.


  • Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of Saskatchewan Licensing and Accreditation standards
  • Early Childhood Education diploma or degree from a recognized college or University
  • Child Development Supervisor (Level 3 required)
  • Valid first-aid certificate (required)
  • Current criminal record check including a vulnerable sector check (required)
  • Ability to lift a min. of 40 lbs. especially when working with infants and toddlers
  • Reggio/Montessori experience (an asset)

_We thank all applicants for their interest. Please note that only those applicants for further consideration will be contacted.

*Building Brains ELC is an equal opportunity workplace and we are committed to building and fostering an environment where our employees feel included, valued, and heard. We believe that a strong focus and commitment to diversity and inclusion enables us to truly make early childhood education an enabler for wide-reaching change. We strongly encourage applications from Indigenous peoples, racialized people, people with disabilities, people from gender and sexually diverse communities and/or people with intersectional identities.

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