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Westminster School District: Extended School Program Site Supervisor

The following information was provided by Westminster School District

Open and promotional employment

SALARY RANGE: $4,197/month to $5,103/month in five annual steps

HOURS: 9:00am -6:00pm Full-time position with benefits (40hrs per week) 10 months per year (M-F)

FINAL FILING DATE: January 22, 2024. Transcripts must be submitted with the application. Unofficial transcripts are accepted.


Under general direction, this position is responsible for the operation of a school site Extended School Program; supervises the activities of assigned personnel; plans and directs educational programs for elementary and middle school students that expand upon the content of the regular school day; manages a site budget and budgeted expenditures. This classification is assigned to a work schedule consistent with the operation of the Extended School Program, which may differ from the regular school district calendar and work schedule.


  •  Any combination equivalent to: [1] an Associate of Arts (AA) or sixty (60) units with twenty-four (24) ECE/CD units consisting of the following accredited college units: child development, child growth and development, child/family/community programs/curriculum, and child development curriculum related courses, sixteen (16) general education units, six (6) administration units, two (2) adult supervision units; plus three-hundred fifty (350) days of three plus (3+) hours per day within four (4) years including at least one hundred (100) days of supervising adults experience; or [2] a Bachelor’s degree or higher with twelve (12) units of ECE, plus three (3) units supervised filed experience in ECE setting; or [3] Administrative Credential with twelve (12) units of ECE, plus three (3) units supervised filed experience in ECE setting; or [4] Teaching Credential with twelve (12) units of ECE, plus three (3) units supervised field experience in ECE setting; or [5] CCTC approved training’ or [6] three (3) units in Child Development Administration, three (3) units ECE/CD or school-age children courses; nine (9) core units (or equivalent training hours) in recreation, physical education, human services, social welfare; or the possession of a Child Development Associate Permit. Proof of education/training must be submitted on edjoin.


  • Possession of a Child Development Supervisor Permit issued by The California Commission for Teacher Preparation and Licensing, or officially enrolled in a college program, demonstrating substantial progress towards obtaining a Child Development Supervisor Permit. Possession of a valid California Driver's License and a reliable motor vehicle for personal transportation. The possession or the securing of a valid First-aid Certificate, or the completion of the Westminster School District basic first-aid training program within thirty (30) days of employment in the classification. The possession of or the securing of a valid CPR Certificate, or the completion of the Westminster School District training program, within thirty (30) days of employment in this classification.


  • Candidates may be examined on their knowledge of child guidance principles and practices; basic subjects taught in primary grades; principles and practices of supervision and training and basic record-keeping techniques.

Adj. Score Relative

Required Weight

Written Examination 70% 50%

Oral Exam Interview 70% 50%


Applications must be submitted on A resume and a letter of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation from your current supervisor is desired.


24-160 ESP Site Supervisor
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This WIOA Title I financially assisted program or activity is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. If you need special assistance to participate in this program, please call (714) 480-6500. TDD/TTY users, please call the California Relay Service at (800) 735-2922 or 711. Please call 72 hours in advance to allow the OC Workforce Solutions Center to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this program.

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