The Director will oversee a
newly created team of four to five analysts that will design and execute
evaluation and research strategies to assist the Board in the
determination of its goals and priorities and in the evaluation of the
impact of initiatives after implementation.
The Director of Human Capital Business Transformation is a two-year, BTA IV Levy funded position whose purpose is to champion a multi-faceted program to modernize the District's human capital management systems and lead the business process redesign efforts in Human Resources.
As a key member of the Public Relations Division, the person in this role will support the strategic objectives of the district helping to cultivate trust, partnership and positive presence within the IPS community by managing fruitful relationships with news media.
Responsible for directing all development and/or maintenance activities for one or more functional areas within the Department of Technology Services (DoTS), including long range planning and budgeting.
Investigators for the Student Safety Investigative Team will specifically participate in and conduct complex and highly sensitive investigations regarding alleged employee misconduct, including violence against children and other egregious misconduct.
Knowledge of IT Governance Institute framework, governmental accounting, auditing, budgeting and financial reporting requirements; knowledge of IT security threats, risks and vulnerabilities, ability to use microcomputers and scaleable computing environments.
Responsible for directing the day-to-day activities of the IT Operational Support cost Centers, and for complex coordination and integration of multiple diverse ongoing projects.
The Instructional Leadership Director will ensure that exemplary leadership is provided at every one of his or her assigned schools.
The Chief Communications Officer is responsible for developing and implementing the internal and external communications strategy on behalf of the district and managing the day to day operations of the Communications Department, as well as providing counsel to senior leadership.
Direct and manage district’s transportation and vehicle maintenance program.
The Newcomer School is designed to help refugee and immigrant students, who know little to no English, thrive in the classroom by offering instruction designed to help kids master English. The Newcomer School currently has an opening for a bilingual (Spanish and/or multi-lingual) school counselor.
The Newcomer School is designed to help refugee and immigrant students, who know little to no English, thrive in the classroom by offering instruction designed to help kids master English. The Newcomer School currently has an opening for a bilingual (Spanish and/or multi-lingual) social worker. This position will play an integral part in the lives students and their families by coordinating group work, and/or community work services to or on behalf of ESL students who are experiencing learning and/or school adjustment problems because of physical, mental, or family associated problems.
The Manager II, Social Emotional Support is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; facilitate the development, enhancement and improvement of assigned programs to provide students access to high quality learning options to stay in school on target to graduate.
Accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area(s);coordinate activities as related to career readiness programs, centers for college and career, business and industry partnership and Career Technical Education to provide students access to high quality learning options to stay in school on target to graduate.
The Manager II is accountable for improving student achievement for all students with special attention on improving achievement of College and Career Readiness.
Accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; direct and perform complex professional technical and analytical work in one or more assigned areas including coordinating and leading major and challenging projects to expand practices proven to raise student achievement with special attention on English Learners and Special Education students.
The Executive Director of Portfolio Management will lead a team that supports the creation, authorization, monitoring, accountability and strategic support for autonomous schools and innovation zones in Denver.
Exciting opportunity to use your technical and educational skills to assist in the assessment of campus data for our students and staff.
Exciting opportunity to make an impact on training content for new and current employees while working for the largest school district in Texas!
The Deputy Chief, Math Professional Development serves as a key member of the Office of Instruc┆쬆onal Prac┆쬆ce’s (OIP’s leadership team and is responsible for leading the development and support of Math professional development for the district.
The Manager II (General) for the Early Learning department will be responsible in coordinating, planning, community collaboration, monitoring ongoing testing and learning for the David and Lucile Packard Foundation Starting Smart and Strong Initiative.
The position supports, monitors, coordinates, supervises and oversees regional MPS K-12 schools for effective school operations and improved results including but not limited to: school finances, school safety, staff evaluation, student enrollment, transportation, facility issues, school climate, leadership development, and parent and community relations.