As an assistant center director, your job is to oversee the activities of daycare or preschool facilities and look after kids on behalf of their parents. For this role, you may be required to assist children in playing games and other fun activities as well as ensuring a safe environment for the kids and teaching them basic childhood education. Also, you are to create reports and conduct meetings with parents to review their child's progress, respond to phone calls, and provide answers to inquiries and questions. In addition, you are to effectively manage the class and staff schedules, collect payments and help promote the center.
To fit in this role, you must have prior experience in child care and in-depth knowledge of first aid processes. Also, you must be extremely patient and possess great communication and observation skills. A high school diploma or an associate's degree in child care is also needed. An assistant center director's yearly salary is $56,054 or $26.95 per hour.