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Director, Education and Assessment Services at Fullerton Joint Union High School District

Application Deadline

3/11/2024 11:55 PM Pacific

Date Posted
2/9/2024
Contact
Number of Openings
1
Salary
Pay Range
170,535.86 - 191,249.78 Annually
Add'l Salary Info
Classification 9 (Certificated Management Salary Schedule)
Length of Work Year
12 mos.
Employment Type
Full Time
Compensation
Based upon a clear credential & up to 8 years appropriate transferable K-12 service
Doctoral Stipend
$1,995.78 annually (Certificated Salary Schedule)
PLEASE NOTE
only COMPLETE applications received via Edjoin will be considered.

Job Summary

Job Summary

Under the direction of the Assistant Superintendent, Education and Assessment Services, the Director of Educational and Assessment Services is responsible for implementing a coordinated districtwide curriculum development and assessment program in every subject area; planning, developing, and implementing a comprehensive districtwide staff professional learning program for all certificated staff; directing and monitoring fiscal, personnel and reporting aspects of the districtwide program development activities; integrating and coordinating local site programs in the above areas as part of a districtwide program; directing the implementation of districtwide projects funded through categorical programs; coordination of the District Career Technical Education (CTE) program; coordination of state and local assessments; facilitation of the District English Learner (EL) program.

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Fullerton Joint Union High School District              

Director, Education and Assessment Services

 

Summary

Under the direction of the Assistant Superintendent, Education and Assessment Services, the Director of Educational and Assessment Services is responsible for implementing a coordinated districtwide curriculum development and assessment program in every subject area; planning, developing, and implementing a comprehensive districtwide staff professional learning program for all certificated staff; directing and monitoring fiscal, personnel and reporting aspects of the districtwide program development activities; integrating and coordinating local site programs in the above areas as part of a districtwide program; directing the implementation of districtwide projects funded through categorical programs; coordination of the District Career Technical Education (CTE) program; coordination of state and local assessments; facilitation of the District English Learner (EL) program.

 

Representative Duties and Responsibilities

The following is a list of duties that are representative of the position and include but are not limited to:

  • Assumes a leadership role in developing curriculum for any course or area newly mandated by the Board or California Department of Education.

  • Provides relevant information and training to Assistant Principals at monthly meetings.  

  • Coordinates and monitors annual required Federal and State testing programs (CAASPP, ELPAC, Physical Education).

  • Properly identifies curriculum objectives and needs of the students while working with teachers, administrators, and other staff members. 

  • Provides data collection, analysis, interpretation, and communication for comprehensive school-wide improvement

  • Develops and implements curriculum development, programs, procedures, and policies in a timely and efficient manner. 

  • Develops, administers, and evaluates procedures for informing staff members of new education programs and practices.

  • Monitor and support the development of all school site master schedules

  • Coordinates the development and assessment of District curriculum and instructional programs. 

  • Supervises curriculum and instructional materials development, textbook adoptions, and course approvals. 

  • Coordinates and updates the various District plans: District Professional Learning Plan, Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA),  LCAP Federal Addendum, School Accountability Report Card (SARC), Etc. 

  • Coordinates and updates the District course catalog. 

  • Coordinates activities of all curriculum committees. 

  • Leads collaboration in the development and monitoring of pilot courses and course outlines.

  • Implements new courses and evaluates current courses.   

  • Oversees federal entitlement programs for the District.

  • Coordinates and supervises the preparation and implementation of the budget for the department and specially-funded Federal and State budgets. 

  • Prepares and submits the District Consolidated Application for Funding Categorical Aid programs.

  • Monitors site categorical and other relevant grant budgets. 

  • Provides supervision and coordination of the District English Learners program. 

  • Facilitates District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC)

  • Facilitates parent involvement through district advisory committees

  • Coordinates and monitors the District Honors/AP/IB/Cambridge and related programs. 

  • Coordinates with the Business Services Division to ensure fiscal accountability. 

  • Coordinates and monitors Inter- and Intra-District, and open enrollment permits. 

  • Supervises the coordination and implementation of the counseling program, including college and career units.

  • Supervises district College Night and Job Fairs. 

  • Prepare communications to the Board of Trustees, as appropriate. 

  • Directs the operations and staff of the curriculum development program. 

  • Interviews selects, and supervises the district staff facilitators for prioritized subject areas. 

  • Assists sites in maintaining categorical programs in compliance with regulatory requirements. 

  • Provides leadership and interprets current research in the ongoing evaluation of curriculum and instruction.

  • Facilitates parent involvement through district advisory committees.

  • Coordinates the textbook and library book selection and evaluation.

  • Coordinates the selection and purchase of basic adopted instructional materials for the district. 

  • Provides leadership and coordination in curriculum alignment including standards, instruction, and assessment 

  • Serves as subject area representative at local, county, and state meetings. 

  • Other duties as assigned. 

Qualifications

Knowledge of: 

  • School and district policies  

  • Current trends in: 

    • The planning, implementation, and assessment of curriculum, instruction, and assessment programs

    • School improvement processes

    • Educational technology 

    • Professional development 

    • English Language Development 

    • Academic intervention programs 

    • Program evaluation 

    • District and school accountability 

    • Curriculum frameworks and instructional delivery 

    • District and school leadership

  • Staff development approaches  

  • Developmental learning and brain research  

  • Student and program assessment  

  • Regulations and requirements related to grants and categorical projects  

  • Budget management  

  • Federal, state and local mandates concerning secondary instructional programs

 

Ability to: 

  • Be a productive and active team member

  • Make strategic, accurate, and timely decisions

  • Relate well and work collaboratively with parents, teachers, administrators, and classified staff  

  • Lead planning and implementation efforts in the area of instruction  

  • Effectively supervise teachers and administrators  

  • Communicate clearly, orally and in writing  

  • Establish and maintain effective organization, community, and public relationships  

  • Implement systems for ensuring that legal mandates are met  

  • Establish and maintain effective organization, community, and public relationships  

 

Education

  • Master’s Degree in educational administration or an area related to curriculum, instruction, or assessment  

 

Experience

  • Minimum of five years of successful teaching experience  

  • Minimum of three years of successful educational leadership experience at a site, district, county, or state level 

  • Experience as a middle or high school principal is preferred 

  • Experience at the district level desired

 

Licenses and Other Requirements 

  • Possession and maintenance of a valid and appropriate California Administrative Services Credential  Possession and maintenance of a valid California Teaching Credential  

  • Master’s Degree in educational administration or an area related to curriculum, instruction, or assessment  

 

Working Conditions

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here 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. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to sit. The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk.

 

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable 

individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.


 



Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Qualifications: (See attached job description for detailed information) Education- Master’s Degree in educational administration or an area related to curriculum, instruction, or assessment Experience- Minimum of five years of successful teaching experience Minimum of three years of successful educational leadership experience at a site, district, county, or state level Experience as a middle or high school principal is preferred Experience at the district level desired Licenses and Other Requirements- Possession and maintenance of a valid and appropriate California Administrative Services Credential Possession and maintenance of a valid California Teaching Credential Master’s Degree in educational administration or an area related to curriculum, instruction, or assessment An application profile consists of the fully completed on-line application WITH THE FOLLOWING LEGIBLY SCANNED AND ATTACHED (support documentation is NOT accepted via fax, email, US mail, or over-the-counter): -- Letter of Intent - (Attn: Edward D. Atkinson, Ed.D., Asst Supt, HR) -- Resume -- Three Recent Letters of Recommendation (Dated within 6 months of this posting) -- All valid certificates, credentials, and/or memberships (single subject and administrative) -- Transcript showing BA/BS; MA/MS

*All attachments must be submitted onto your EdJoin online application. Do not send paper documents or emailed documents. If you are in need of assistance, please call the EdJoin Help Desk at (888)900-8945. In order to be considered, you must include all of the required documents. Fullerton Joint Union High School District will not accept attachments via fax, walk in, or emails. If you are having difficulties adding attachments to your application, please contact the EdJoin help desk at (888) 900-8945 for assistance.

  • Copy of Transcript (All Transcript)
  • Credential Copy (CTC screenshot)
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (3 letters)
  • Resume
  • Test Results/Materials (ex: CBEST, CSET, special training, etc...)

    Qualifications: (See attached job description for detailed information) Education- Master’s Degree in educational administration or an area related to curriculum, instruction, or assessment Experience- Minimum of five years of successful teaching experience Minimum of three years of successful educational leadership experience at a site, district, county, or state level Experience as a middle or high school principal is preferred Experience at the district level desired Licenses and Other Requirements- Possession and maintenance of a valid and appropriate California Administrative Services Credential Possession and maintenance of a valid California Teaching Credential Master’s Degree in educational administration or an area related to curriculum, instruction, or assessment An application profile consists of the fully completed on-line application WITH THE FOLLOWING LEGIBLY SCANNED AND ATTACHED (support documentation is NOT accepted via fax, email, US mail, or over-the-counter): -- Letter of Intent - (Attn: Edward D. Atkinson, Ed.D., Asst Supt, HR) -- Resume -- Three Recent Letters of Recommendation (Dated within 6 months of this posting) -- All valid certificates, credentials, and/or memberships (single subject and administrative) -- Transcript showing BA/BS; MA/MS

    *All attachments must be submitted onto your EdJoin online application. Do not send paper documents or emailed documents. If you are in need of assistance, please call the EdJoin Help Desk at (888)900-8945. In order to be considered, you must include all of the required documents. Fullerton Joint Union High School District will not accept attachments via fax, walk in, or emails. If you are having difficulties adding attachments to your application, please contact the EdJoin help desk at (888) 900-8945 for assistance.

    • Copy of Transcript (All Transcript)
    • Credential Copy (CTC screenshot)
    • Letter of Introduction
    • Letter(s) of Recommendation (3 letters)
    • Resume
    • Test Results/Materials (ex: CBEST, CSET, special training, etc...)