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The Director of Reporting & Accountability is responsible for developing and executing the vision for reporting, school accountability, and the student outcomes portions of school leader and teacher evaluation, while ensuring that the deliverables and services are high quality and impactful, in order to drive district and school improvement toward meeting the goals of the Denver Plan 2020.
Click here to access the application link.DPS - Director Reporting and Accountability.pdf 31.4 KB (Last Modified Yesterday at 10:13 AM)
Develop and present face to face professional development sessions and exemplary classroom videos for a variety of audiences, including teachers, principals, content departments, and other staff.Online Employment Application Open Positions.pdf 130.42 KB (Last Modified Yesterday at 9:56 AM)
The Vice Principal I will organize, coordinate and administer assigned programs and activities related to student discipline, attendance and instruction at an assigned school site to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate; assist the Principal with administrative duties involving student conduct, curriculum development and school plant operations as assigned to provide students access to high quality options and a variety of activities; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel.Ayer.pdf 21.84 KB (Last Modified on Tuesday at 4:36 PM)
The Director, Visual and Performing Arts incumbent will work in concert with community and business partners and stakeholders within MNPS. The Director will refine, implement and sustain the vision, mission and goals for Visual and Performing Arts and its programs through strategic planning, community engagement, program and resource development, budget development and cultivation of public and private funds, program evaluation, teacher professional development and all aspects of curriculum and instruction.MNPS Job Announcement - Director Visual Performing Arts 07.16.2018.pdf 107.93 KB (Last Modified on Tuesday at 4:09 PM)
The Certified Athletic Trainer will be under the direction of the assigned supervisor and/or Site Athletic Director organize and conduct a comprehensive program in the prevention and care of athletic injuries. Evaluates the physical condition and advises and treats student athletes to maintain maximum physical fitness for participation in athletic competition, while keeping the mental and physical welfare of the athlete as the top priority. Promotes the prevention of injuries by all available means including conditioning, protective equipment, exercising, taping, and training techniques.Trainer.pdf 16.15 KB (Last Modified on Tuesday at 3:51 PM)
The Regional Instructional Manager II is accountable for improving student achievement for all students with special attention on Special Education Students; perform a variety of complex duties as assigned by the Assistant Superintendent to improve student achievement and coordinate services to provide students access to high quality learning options to stay in school on target to graduate; work collaboratively with the Divisions of Curriculum & Instruction and School Support Services to develop effective instructional programs to meet the unique needs of individual students and expand practices proven to raise student achievement; provide staff development regarding Special Education programs; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel and provide constructive feedback to improve staff effectiveness.Regional Manager.pdf 16.82 KB (Last Modified on Tuesday at 3:24 PM)
The Manager II (General) Science K-12 is accountable for improving student achievement with special attention on English Learners and Special Education students through effective management of assigned areas; coordinate, plan, and manage assigned functions or programs relating to fiscal management, control and analysis of a specific area within a Department or Division in support of educating students at a high level; ensure compliance with applicable federal, State and local laws, rules and regulations; supervise, provide clear work direction and evaluate the performance of assigned staff to provide timely delivery of high quality services.General Manager K-12.pdf 16.86 KB (Last Modified on Tuesday at 3:21 PM)
The Analyst I Workers Compensation is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; perform analytical and investigative duties in regard to processing claims under the District's self-insured workers' compensation and safety programs to provide timely delivery of high quality services to the sites and departments.Analyst_Fresno.pdf 15.85 KB (Last Modified on July 10, 2018)
Pittsburgh Public Schools is looking for proven school leaders with the skills, attitude, and aspirations necessary to ensure all students receive an education that delivers on the promise of college and career readiness.Principal_Pittsburgh.pdf 42.26 KB (Last Modified on July 6, 2018)
Under general supervision, ensures all aspects of the district are conducive to strong academic achievement by students; oversee curriculum and instruction department, grants management, and other areas as assigned by the Superintendent.JD_Asst Superintendent Academics.pdf 153.79 KB (Last Modified on July 6, 2018)
The School Social Worker is under the direction of an assigned supervisor, effectively perform a variety of social services case management functions involved in identifying, assessing, and counseling a diverse range of students and families; accountable for improving student achievement through the effective operation of an assigned area; develop referral plans; provide intervention as needed; participate in the development of programs aimed at improving attendance and academic achievement to assist students to achieve their personal best and to stay in school on target to graduate.School Social Worker.pdf 16.23 KB (Last Modified on July 6, 2018)
The Manager II (General) Public Information Officer is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, organize, control, and coordinate the District's program of public relations and communications to ensure timely delivery of high quality services; provide for the coordination and distribution of information to District administrators, employees, the public and the media regarding the District's programs, policies, events, and initiatives; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff.Manager Public Information.pdf 16.05 KB (Last Modified on July 6, 2018)
The Manager I Applications Development and Support is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, organize and direct technical service aspects of the applications programming section to provide timely delivery of high quality technological services to meet the needs of the District; supervise, train and evaluate assigned staff.Council of Great City Schools job posting-Fresno.pdf 16.08 KB (Last Modified on July 6, 2018)
Under the direction of the Superintendent, the Chief Human Resources Officer leads the District’s human capital initiative portfolio while also executing the executive functions and responsibilities necessary for the department to effectively recruit, select, retain, support and manage a talented and diverse workforce.
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The Vice Principal II will organize, coordinate and administer assigned programs and activities related to student discipline, attendance and instruction at an assigned school site to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate; assist the Principal with administrative duties involving student conduct, curriculum development and school plant operations as assigned to provide students access to high quality options and a variety of activities; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel.Fresno posting.pdf 16.29 KB (Last Modified on July 2, 2018)
Under the executive direction of the Chief Academic Officer, with broad scope for the exercise of independent initiative and judgment, serves as Deputy Chief Academic Officer, English Language Learners (ELLs) charged with responsibility for leading and setting policy for a broad range of activities related to the Department’s efforts to provide high-quality programs for English language learners.
Click here to apply. The job will be closing on July 13th at 3pm.
Under the executive leadership and direction of the First Deputy Chancellor, the Executive Superintendent is charged with implementing policies formulated by the central Department of Education (DOE) and the Chancellor and ensuring compliance with all legislative, judicial and outside agency mandates, including those of the federal government, the State Education Department (SED) and the New York State Board of Regents.
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The Chief Academic Officer (CAO) provides leadership and executive direction to the Divisions of Teaching and Learning, Specialized Instruction and Student Support (Special Education), and English Language Learners and Student Support.
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Under the executive direction of the Chancellor, with the broadest scope for the exercise of independent initiative and judgment, the Deputy Chancellor leads strategic planning, communications and external relations/affairs for the Department of Education (DOE).
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This position manages the district compensation, classification and benefits policies and procedures. The incumbent is also responsible for managing the position allocation process and the Human Resources Technology systems. Acumen in utilizing human resources management systems and generating human capital data is expected. Please see the job description for more information about this role.
Assist the General Counsel in ensuring the operations of the Legal Services' department in support of the goals and objectives of the District
Provide legal advice on complicated, high profile, or high exposure matters to Board Members, the Superintendent of Schools, and senior management
Assist in the planning and development of legal policy and office procedures and processes for the District
Provide legal advice on a regular basis to the Board of Trustees, the Superintendent of Schools, the central office and school administrative staff on multiple legal issues
Review requests for professional staff development and renders appropriate training as approved by the General Counsel to the Board and District staffAssistant General Counsel Open Positions.pdf 183.51 KB (Last Modified on June 26, 2018)
o Schedule hearings and meetings for the assigned attorney(s)
o Serve as resource to provide other departments with information, documents, and reports
o Gather information from various departments in preparation of drafting contracts, and other legal documents
o Review and analyze legal documents to ensure inclusion or exclusion of necessary provisions
o Draft contracts, leases, public bid and construction documents, and other legal documents involving purchases, sales, insurance, employment, etc.Paralegal Opening.pdf 217.59 KB (Last Modified on June 26, 2018)
The Regional Instructional Manager II is accountable for improving student achievement for all students with special attention on Special Education Students.Council of Great City Schools job posting.pdf 16.82 KB (Last Modified on June 25, 2018)
Act as an instructional turnaround leader for the district by ensuring support for the academic achievement of low performing campuses and promoting personalized learning and innovative approaches to support 21st century students.Director - School Improvement 6-2018.pdf 41.31 KB (Last Modified on June 22, 2018)
To assist in the development of program evaluation procedures including the creation and maintenance of Crystal Enterprise reports in order to evaluate the following: federal, state, local, grant funded programs, and post-secondary readiness assessments as assigned.Executive Program Evaluator 6-2018.pdf 41.89 KB (Last Modified on June 22, 2018)
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