Under the direction of the Beverly Hills Education Foundation (BHEF) Executive Director and BHEF Summer School Principal, while occasionally interfacing with the BHEF Board of Directors, the Summer School Assistant Principal is responsible for the planning, coordination, and direction of activities and programs related to the administration of a summer program designed to provide classes for credit for Beverly Hills Unified School District students and out-of-district students in grades 9-12, as well as non-credit classes for students in grades K-8.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Supervises departmental areas and assists with teacher supervision and classified and certificated evaluation as assigned by the Principal;
- Assists the principal in data analysis, development of goals, planning and implementing professional development activities, and managing the accreditation process;
- Assists the Principal in supporting the vision of the school and administering the objectives and policies for the school; assists in the translation of the objectives into specific goals, in the design and implementation of plans to achieve those goals and in providing leadership for the overall instructional program;
- Evaluate school policies and programs and provide input on school concerns;
- Supervises the function of the school personnel, including clerical staff and instructional assistants;
- Coordinates professional relationships within the school setting among faculty and staff;
- Performs the general functions and duties of senior administrators in the district;
- Assumes major responsibility in solving problems related to student behavior, discipline and school adjustment;
- Develops school plans and organizational procedures for health, safety, discipline, and conduct of students;
10. Coordinates, supervises and assumes responsibility for typical activities as assigned by the Principal (examples: master schedule development, student activities, assessment programs, special education and 504 programs, student study teams, facilities, student enrollment, school safety plan, orientations, student information system, calendar, textbooks, attendance);
11. Assists in interpreting programs, policies and procedures to students, parents and members of the community;
12. Participates and assumes leadership responsibilities in the community and in professional organizations;
13. Maintains strong and effective community relations;
14. Serves as a member in designated committees;
15. Ensures compliance with local, state and federal mandates; and
16. Performs other duties as assigned.
- State and federal law relating to public education and the rights of pupils;
- Standard public school operational procedures;
- State curriculum standards;
- Effective instructional practices;
- Principles of effective leadership;
- College admission requirements;
- School self-study and accreditation processes;
- Methods of data collection and analysis;
- Assessment programs, including STAR, CAHSEE, AP, SAT, ACT, and other college preparatory and admission tests;
10. Principles of effective staff supervision, including staff development, BTSA programs, teacher evaluation, PAR programs, and the disciplinary process;
11. Effective practices related to the health, safety, and supervision of students;
12. Local, regional, state and national structures and regulations related to student activity and athletic programs;
13. Effective school budgeting practices and processes;
14. Student information systems; and
15. Personal computer systems and software applicable to position.
- Assist in the development a clear vision for the school and in improving student academic performance;
- Place students first in the decision-making process;
- Lead by example and inspire quality performance in others;
- Communicate proactively, openly, and effectively, using diplomacy and inclusion to successfully involve all members of the school community;
- Develop positive and constructive relationships with students, staff and the community;
- Listen actively and responsively to new ideas;
- Employ a collaborative management style;
- Effectively utilize strong interpersonal and team-building skills;
- Build a climate of trust and respect;
10. Maintain a high level of visibility in classrooms and throughout the campus;
11. Display and model an energetic, enthusiastic, creative, and flexible approach;
12. Act with integrity, exhibiting the qualities of trustworthiness and honesty;
13. Effectively supervise and coordinate school activities and school office functions;
14. Train and provide work direction to others; and
15. Meet established deadlines and ensure the completion of time critical assignments.
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university required; Master’s Degree or other advanced degree preferred.
A minimum of three (3) years of successful teaching experience, and demonstrated experience as a school administrator or in other leadership capacities. Current employment with the Beverly Hills Unified School District preferred.
Certificate, License and Other Requirements
Possession or eligibility for a valid California Administrative Services Credential. Possession of a valid and appropriate California driver's license and a good driving record; insurable under BHEF’s insurance policies. Satisfactory completion of background check (including references, fingerprint clearance through the FBI and DOJ, and negative Tuberculosis test results).
Office environment and classroom environment; subject to considerable distraction from constant interruptions.
Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate standard office equipment; sitting for extended periods of time, hearing and speaking to exchange information and make presentations, and walking to move around campus.
Typical hazards associated with a school environment.
Salary: $435.91-$516.80 per day
Term: High School Program – 24 day summer session, plus preparation days.
Session 1: Wednesday, June 19th to Monday, July 8th (No school July 4 and 5)
Session 2: Tuesday, July 9th to Wednesday, July 24th
K-8 Program – 21 day summer session, plus preparation days.
Wednesday, June 19th to Friday, July 19th (No school July 4 and 5)
Number of prep days to be determined. One year term; renewable for one additional year by mutual agreement
Please submit cover letter and résumé in WORD or PDF format to email@example.com. Interviews will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.