Day Care Owner

The job description of a child care center owner is similar to that of any school administrator, however, they mainly oversee facilities that house younger children. Child care center owners are responsible for setting the tone for the facility, managing the curriculum, overseeing physical facilities, hiring staff and managing the overall image of the center. They sometimes also ensure compliance with all local and federal laws governing child care, both in regard to the physical environment and the staff, and manage the financial affairs of the child care facility. On top of this, they need to have business skills to ensure everything runs smoothly.

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Last updated: October 25th 2016

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