April 1, 2024


Site Supervisor

Hiring Company
Good Samaritan Family Resource Center, Inc.
1294 Potrero St, San Francisco CA 94110
Years Experience

Job Description:

Reports to: Child Development Program Director

Classifications: Full-Time

FLSA: Exempt

Pay Rate: $76-$86k (DOE)

Hours per Week: 40 hrs/week

Benefits Eligible: Yes (Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k + Employer Match, Vacation & Floating Paid Holidays)

Department: Child Development Center

Work Location: Potrero Mission Site (Occasional Evenings and Weekends as required)

Start Date: Immediate Start Date Available

The Organization
Good Samaritan Family Resource Center (GSFRC) is an innovative multi-service non-profit agency located in San Francisco’s Mission District. Its mission is to help immigrant families access needed services, develop self-sufficiency, and participate fully as members of the community. Our staff is a diverse and talented team willing to take different and unique approaches to help children, youth and families thrive and succeed.

Child Development Preschool: Good Samaritan’s Child Development Center (CDC) offers a fully licensed, comprehensive child development program, staffed by Bilingual Spanish-speaking staff. The program is committed to high-quality standards to assure that every child is ready for kindergarten and ready to succeed in school.

Position Summary: This position supports the CDC Director with implementation and documentation of a diverse and developmentally appropriate licensed preschool program that meets children’s individual needs and is consistent with the State of California Department of Education standards. We are seeking candidates with proven administrative and leadership skills, excellent interpersonal, communication, organization skills, passion for equity, and an ability to work well with a diverse population of children, families, staff, and volunteers.

Specific Responsibilities


  • Co-lead the planning and delivery of developmentally appropriate professional development trainings; provide onsite instructional and environmental support and resources: model successful early childhood teaching strategies and techniques.
  • Model lessons plans and activities: Supports the dissemination of research-based DLL curriculum and instructional programs.
  • Conducts environmental rating scale assessments (ITERS/ECERS) and analyzes results to create and implement actions for individualized program goals: promote safety standards: assist in development, and implementation of goals.
  • Monitor food service including adherence to nutritional standards, safety and sanitation, and administrative requirements of the California Department of Education Nutrition Services Dept.
  • Assist the Director with support of the annual program budget and monitor all instructional expenditures to meet projections.
  • Maintain an admissions waitlist, conduct school tours, and register children.
  • Lead the California’s State Department’s DRDP’s formal assessment process and provide evaluation reports every six months. Prepare and facilitate professional training.
  • Based on the latest DRDP-R findings: create DLL curriculum adaptations based on children’s most recent development assessment, complete CDRP-R goals, and timeline to submit for annual program self-evaluation.
  • Stay informed and updated to adhere to all the necessary food safety and food handling guidelines and regulations set out by the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
  • Additional responsibilities as assigned by the Director.
  • This position will work closely with Program Director and other Site Supervisor.

Program Oversight:

  • Evaluate all aspects of the preschool, including program design, volunteer capacity, collaborations, and family and community relationships.
  • Foster an atmosphere of positive communication and partnership with parents/guardians, including responding promptly and courteously to concerns and/or complaints.
  • Approve and create a system of regular communications with parents/guardians, including but not limited to formal/informal meetings on student progress, enrollment status, newsletters, calendars, and memos.
  • Ensure program activities reflect best practices in child development, and with direction from the Director, implement changes that will allow Good Samaritan to remain both an innovative and model preschool.
  • Ensure an environmental climate that is physically and emotionally safe for children.

Supervision Support

  • With direction from Director, help with recruitment, hiring, training, and direct supervision for all CDC staff when needed.
  • Coordinate the enrollment process of your assigned site.
  • Provide in-service staff training on topics such as child development, DRDPs, CDE compliance, licensing, and special education or universal design of learning.
  • Implement a professional development curriculum to ensure ongoing professional development.
  • Maintain Professional Performance Standards:
    • Maintain an awareness of Good Samaritan’s purpose and strive to promote its values and mission.
    • Perform tasks and responsibilities in a complete and timely manner, complying with Good Samaritan’s policies and standards and conforming to the scheduling requirements of the job.
    • Maintain a creative, team-building approach to job performance and seek to bring a constructive, problem-solving orientation to all tasks.
    • Actively seek opportunities to develop skills and create opportunities to teach co-workers.
    • Exercise professional judgment and discretion at all times in keeping with the responsibilities carried personally and by Good Samaritan for the care and welfare of the students and parents served.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Program Director or Site Supervisor Permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
  • Knowledge of Community Care Licensing requirements and California Department of Education (California State Preschool Program) standards.
  • Ability to support/manage all aspects of a preschool program with a specific focus on DRDP Tech reporting, child recruitment, enrollment/registration, state standards compliance, and parent engagement.

Desired Qualifications

  • A minimum of two years of child development as a site supervisor experience
  • Familiar with community care licensing, Title 5 and Title 22 regulations
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of early childhood education, DLL curriculum development, program assessment and evaluation, effective instructional strategies, and classroom management.
  • Familiarity with Early Intervention Service models for children aged 2.5-5years old
  • Knowledge of evidence-based frameworks such as CSEFEL’s Teaching Pyramid, Kimochis, etc
  • Experience in Project Based Learning and Dual Language curriculums
  • Bilingual (Spanish and English)


  • Must clear full background check (Department of Justice, FBI, Child Abuse Index).
  • Must have TB clearance, Health Screening, and valid immunization records including influenza vaccination, MMR, and TDAP as required through Community Childcare Licensing.

Physical Requirements

  • This position is set in a School-Based environment. The physical and environmental demands described in job description are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.


Please apply by submitting your resume to "jobs@goodsamfrc.org" or you may visit our website at www.goodsamfrc.org

Good Samaritan Family Resource Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, they will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. Employment is contingent upon meeting the above minimum qualification and verification of previous employment and education.