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ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL, SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL at Orange Unified School District

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About the Employer

About Us The Orange Unified School District serves approximately 28,000 students in grades kindergarten through 12th, and encompasses all or part of the cities of Anaheim, Garden Grove, Orange, Santa Ana, and Villa Park. In 1953, the citizens of the area voted to form a “unified” school district, combining the original five elementary districts with the high school district into one unified district, now known as the Orange Unified School District. The District has a long history of excellence that continues to grow and be enriched by the accomplishments of its students, teachers, staff and community. VISION - Our Commitment Inspiring our learners of today to be purposeful leaders of tomorrow. MISSION - Our Intention In partnership with our community, we will provide a safe, equitable, and innovative culture of learning for each scholar to have a competitive EDGE as a leader. CORE VALUES - Our Foundation * Integrity - We embrace a culture of ethical and transparent decision making and actions. * Equity - We promote inclusive and culturally relevant environments by supporting the social-emotional and intellectual needs of all. * Respect - We advocate for strong, compassionate relationships that appreciate the unique qualities of our diverse community. * Excellence - We strive for the highest standards in all endeavors by deliberately pursuing continuous growth and innovation.

Job Information

Date Posted: 2/13/2020 Application Deadline: 3/28/2020 2:00 PM Pacific
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 2019-2020
Salary: $98,680 - $126,579 - Doctoral stipend/In-District longevity Number Openings: (At time of posting) Not Specified
Contact: Sheryl Ralston Email: sralston@orangeusd.org
Phone: 714-628-5515
Doctoral Stipend: $3,500 annually
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision (emp & dep Life Insurance (emp only)
Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   


DEFINITION

Under professional direction, assists in the administration of a secondary school facility; plans, develops, organizes, coordinates, and supervises the student attendance, behavior management, counseling and guidance, site safety and security and extra curricular activity programs, assists in the planning, development and implementation of site, instructional, and operational goals and objectives, and in the evaluation of the effectiveness of educational programs and personnel performance; and does other related functions as directed. This position is directly responsible to the principal of the school.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

This position classification requires subject matter expertise in educational programs and curriculum and instruction strategies. Directly related administrative experiences are necessary to assure success in a secondary school leadership role. The job requires the ability to analyze and offer alternative problem solutions. Decisions are made by the incumbent that have a critical impact on the goals, organization and administration of educational programs and services of the school. The position classification has second –line supervisory responsibility for the planning, assigning, professionals, technical and clerical employee. Frequently meets with teacher and other educational personnel to influence, motivate and monitor the results objectives of the school operation. This is a sedentary position classification and performs light work that involves lifting, up to fifty (50) pounds, and sitting a portion of the time, but does require walking and standing for extended periods. This position requires accurate perceiving of sound, near and far vision, depth perception, working with educational materials and objects and providing oral information and direction.

Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES

• Assists in the planning, development, organization, coordination and supervision of instructional programs and activities, which includes curriculum development; program and activity development, design and delivery processes; and in the development of implementation strategies.
• Performs need assessments, feasibility planning and a variety of other research and development functions and activities.
• Assists in the planning, organization and coordination of an instructional support program, including pupil services, instructional materials development, storage and retrieval systems and a variety of other related activities.
• Assists in development and implementation of staff motivational strategies and professional growth functions and activities.
• Develops the master programs of the school, including staff assignments, room assignments and school organization.
• Organizes and monitors implementation of standardized testing program.
• Assists in administering the instructional materials budget according to school priorities and managing the categorical and compensatory educational budgets.
• Assists in coordinating the development and implementation of federal and state funded programs.
• Advises, counsels and assist instructional, support and ancillary personnel in problem solving activities pertaining to student behavior management, shaping and control problems, and in the determination of alternative problem solutions.
• Reviews, audits and evaluates student attendance processes and procedures and as necessary recommends revisions to the process to ensure an effective and efficient operational mode.
• Plans, organizes and coordinate the campus supervision, activity and student supervision and control programs.
• Assists in the planning, organization and conduct of a comprehensive student body activity program, including co-curricular activities, budget planning and expenditure control and student government functions and activities.
• Assists in developing and monitoring the school plan and organizational procedures for the health, safety and conduct of students.
• Serves as a liaison to public safety and youth service agencies in resolving student management and control problems and student attendance and welfare problems.
• Assists in the site budget planning and expenditure control process.
• Reviews, audits and evaluates instructional and non-instructional personnel performance and provides technical performance evaluation input.
• Assists in the planning, development and organization of District and site advisory committees and groups.
• Works closely with the athletic director regarding student eligibility, coaching assignments and CIF matters.
• Assists in responsibility for identifying and reporting conditions and required upkeep of building and grounds.
• Assists in administering the collective bargaining contracts at the school site.


QUALIFICATIONS

Knowledge of:
• Principles, methods, strategies, goals and objectives of public education.
• Philosophical, educational, fiscal and legal aspects of public education.
• Procedures, methods, techniques and strategies pertaining to the administration

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

* Letter of Introduction * Resume * Three Letters of Recommendation * Eligibility for Administrative Services Credential * Supplemental Questions Attach a separate document with your supplemental question answers(respond to #1 and #2 below) 1. Illustrate how you would create a shared vision for student learning focused on increasing college and career readiness in a school with a diverse student population. 2. Describe the key characteristics of a positive school climate and a detailed description of the process you would undertake to involve all stakeholders in the development of a plan to improve campus safety/classroom discipline and to promote an caring and effective learning environment. Address your correspondence to: Cathleen Corella, Assist. Superintendent, Educational Services



      * Letter of Introduction * Resume * Three Letters of Recommendation * Eligibility for Administrative Services Credential * Supplemental Questions Attach a separate document with your supplemental question answers(respond to #1 and #2 below) 1. Illustrate how you would create a shared vision for student learning focused on increasing college and career readiness in a school with a diverse student population. 2. Describe the key characteristics of a positive school climate and a detailed description of the process you would undertake to involve all stakeholders in the development of a plan to improve campus safety/classroom discipline and to promote an caring and effective learning environment. Address your correspondence to: Cathleen Corella, Assist. Superintendent, Educational Services

          Comments and Other Information

          Four years of successful professional experience in a Secondary or similar setting. Masters Degree or equivalent.

          Comments and Other Information


          Four years of successful professional experience in a Secondary or similar setting. Masters Degree or equivalent.

           


          Application Deadline

          3/28/2020 2:00 PM Pacific

          Date Posted

          2/13/2020

          Contact

          Sheryl Ralston
          714-628-5515

          Number of Openings

          Not Specified

          Salary

          $98,680 - $126,579 - Doctoral stipend/In-District longevity

          Length of Work Year

          2019-2020

          Employment Type

          Full Time

          Doctoral Stipend:

          $3,500 annually

          Benefits:

          Medical, Dental, Vision (emp & dep Life Insurance (emp only)