To serve as the instructional leader and chief administrative officer of a House at James Logan High School.
- Directly responsible to the Superintendent.
- Directly responsible for the administrative and teaching staff within the school.
- Responsible for articulation and coordination of House and site curriculum and activities.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Supervises all aspects of the instructional program within the House.
- Provides for the supervision and evaluation of staff.
- Assists in providing for the student management and counseling functions within the house and on the site.
- Provides for curriculum leadership within the House and articulation with other Houses and the District.
- Supervises student support and instructional support personnel and services within the House.
- Assists in the selection and assignment of staff.
- Provides for positive school-community relations.
- Provides for the development and implementation of House-base instructional improvement plans to contribute to the school-based coordination plan.
- Supervises co-curricular and other school-related special events. Performs school-wide duties as assigned by the principal.
- Assist the Principal in the supervision and evaluation of teachers in accordance with District evaluation plan.
- Coordinate all curriculum activities including curriculum development and updating courses of study, evaluation of instructional program and UC a‑f requirements.
- Supervise the curriculum areas including selection of professional library materials. May serve as Acting Principal in the absence of the Principal and Vice Principal.
- Manages school basic allowance and restricted funds budgets, purchase orders and mandated costs.
- Manages ADA accounting.
- Submits annual CBEDS report.
- Coordinates development of the School Plan.
- Plan, organize, control, direct and evaluate instructional activities, extracurricular events, special programs and plant operations at a District comprehensive high school
- Confer with District Office personnel regarding staff, programs, students, finances and legal requirements
- Implement and modify and evaluate the school’s mission, vision, goals, objectives and programs as needed.
- Interview, select, direct and evaluate certificated and classified personnel; assign faculty including support administrators, counselors and other staff as appropriate to meet school objectives.
- Direct and participate in a planned program of formal and informal classroom visitations and observations; recommend discipline, reassignment or termination action as appropriate; document evidence of substandard performance.
- Enforce applicable State and District codes, policies and laws; administer District and school site discipline and intervention policies and safety programs.
- Plan and direct the business operations of school; develop and administer site budgets; assure proper allocation of funds for instructional and non-instructional equipment and materials.
- Analyze data and develop and implement plans for instructional improvement growing out of program assessment and the District and site strategic plans.
- Direct the evaluation and revision of curricular and instructional programs in cooperation with appropriate District administrators; communicate with teachers to assure instructional programs meet student needs and District requirements.
- Establish, coordinate and maintain communication with community and parent groups, law enforcement and other officials.
- Prepare and write correspondence, bulletins and other communications on behalf of the school; arrange for school-level public relations and publicity for special events and achievements as appropriate.
- Conduct articulation activities with elementary and middle feeder schools and other District high schools; develop and direct orientation programs for new students.
- Supervise students on campus before and after school; monitor students during lunch, recess and other activities; discipline students according to established guidelines.
- Assure the health, safety and welfare of students.
- Oversee attendance, behavior management, counseling, guidance and other student support services; provide access to academic, social and career counseling to students. Coordinate the maintenance and operations of the school plant; assure proper management, maintenance and inventory of materials, equipment, buildings and grounds.
- Direct the implementation of staff development and in-service training; update staff on revised policies and procedures and implement changes. Provide leadership and direction to the student activities and athletics programs and the respective faculty directors.
- Attend, conduct and chair a variety of meetings with faculty, parents and community representatives; conduct student/parent appeals; attend IEP and other meetings as assigned; respond to and resolve parent, student and staff complaints; represent the school at Board, District and community functions; participate in CPM and WASC activities.
- Provide for the development and implementation of class schedules.
- Direct the preparation and maintenance of a variety of District, County, State and federally-mandated records and reports regarding student attendance, welfare, discipline, safety, academic achievement, certification for graduation and others as directed.
- Direct the maintenance of comprehensive files pertaining to school personnel, plant facilities, inventories, financial information and contracts; direct the maintenance of student and staff records at the site.
- Operate a computer and other office equipment as assigned; drive a vehicle to conduct work. Perform other duties as assigned.
- Comprehensive organization, activities, goals and objectives of a District traditional or year-round elementary school.
- School law administration and applicable sections of the State Education Code and other applicable laws.
- State and local curriculum requirements.
- Board and District policies, procedures and regulations.
- Labor relations law and employee contracts.
- State plant facility requirements.
- Budget preparation and control.
- Principles and practices of administration, supervision and training.
- Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
- Oral and written communication skills.
- Public speaking techniques.
- Basic computer operation.
- Plan, organize and direct the operations, plant and personnel of an assigned comprehensive high school.
- Organize, direct, evaluate and supervise assigned certificated and classified staff.
- Direct activities regarding personnel, the physical plant, budget, curriculum and instruction and communications and articulation.
- Train, supervise and evaluate certificated and classified personnel.
- Plan and direct the budget and business operations of the high school.
- Establish, coordinate and maintain communication with community and parent groups.
- Plan, implement, direct and evaluate instructional and categorical programs in accordance with applicable laws.
- Plan and organize work.
- Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
- Complete work with many interruptions.
- Read, interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
- Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
- Prepare and deliver oral presentations.
- Maintain consistent, punctual and regular attendance.
- Hear and speak to exchange information and make presentations.
- See to monitor students and read a variety of materials.
- Move hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard.
- Sit or stand for extended periods of time.
- Bend at the waist, kneel or crouch.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Any combination equivalent to: bachelor’s degree in a related field and five years of classroom experience.
LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
- California Teaching or PPS Credential.
- California Administrative Credential.
- Valid California Class C driver’s license.
- Office environment.
- Constant interruptions.
- Driving a vehicle to conduct work.
Mgt. Salary Range 50
215 day work year