196-1007 Asst. Principal - ADULT EDUCATION - Hemet - job 854251

Hemet Unified School District

Date: 06/11/2021

City: Hemet, California

Employment type: Full-time

ADULT EDUCATION - ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL



Position does not conform to the regular school day schedule and works midday/nights


JOB SUMMARY:


Under general supervision of the high school principal, assists in the administration of a comprehensive senior high school, administers delegated functions which may include development of a Master Class Schedule, evaluation and supervision of the school curriculum and instruction program, coordination and supervision of student activities, assisting in developing the school budget; and other related work as required.



ESSENTIAL FUNCTION


  • Assists the principal in administering and coordinating the total school within the policies established by the Board of Education;

  • Assists in evaluating the educational program, services, and personnel as directed;

  • Assists the principal in curriculum development and instructional improvement:

  • Assists in the selection, supervision, and performance evaluation of certificated and classified employees;

  • Counsels with students, teachers, and parents concerning problems of student adjustment to insure student success in school regarding education, social and personal problems;

  • Coordinates all guidance services in the school;

  • Supervises the school plant and approves work orders;

  • Schedules teachers extra duty assignments;

  • Supervises the maintenance of complete school attendance and punctuality;

  • Directs and assists teachers in maintaining correct and adequate records of attendance and in reporting school attendance;

  • Responsible for student control and all disciplinary actions;

  • Supervises the campus before, during, and after the school day;

  • Coordinates and supervises campus supervision personnel;

  • Assist in interpreting district and school programs to parents and interested community members;

  • Participates in community and professional organizations;

  • May coordinate the planning, development, and implementation of the Master Class Schedule;

  • Organize and maintain record keeping system for student accountability, identification of student special needs, i.e., English Language Learners, Educationally Disadvantaged Youth, etc., control inventory and other necessary program documentation;

  • Work with parent groups and attend parent group meetings.



KNOWLEDGE OF:


  • Principles, techniques, strategies, goals, and objectives of public education;

  • Procedures, methods, and strategies of organization, management, and supervision;

  • Modern innovative and creative curriculum and instructional trends regarding the elementary age child;

  • Curriculum development, instructional program delivery strategies, and program supervision, assessment, and evaluation;

  • Result and performance evaluation techniques pertaining to program and personnel performance effectiveness;

  • Human relations strategies, conflict resolution strategies, and team building principles and techniques.


ABILITY TO
:


  • Demonstrate effective instructional, organizational, and administrative leadership;

  • Follow safety procedures and written & verbal instructions;

  • Work co-operatively with staff, students & public;

  • Make independent decisions; work autonomously;

  • Demonstrate good judgment & good problem-solving skills;

  • Organize tasks, set priorities & meet deadlines;

  • Manage multiple tasks;

  • Direct, supervise & instruct others;

  • Respond appropriately to evaluation & changes in the work setting;

  • Analyze problems, determine alternative solutions, and make appropriate and effective decisions;

  • Communicate effectively in oral and written form;

  • Plan, develop, and maintain effective organizational and community relationships.



EDUCATION:


Master's Degree from an accredited institution of higher learning, preferably in secondary curriculum or administration or a closely related field.


EXPERIENCE:


5 years of successful teaching experience. Previous administrative experience is desired.


CREDENTIAL AND LICENSES:


  • General Administration, Standard Administration, or Administrative Services credential.

  • Valid California Driver’s license;

  • Maintain possession of such license during the course of employment.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS


The physical requirements indicated below are examples of the physical aspects that this position must perform in carrying out the essential functions listed above.


Physical Demands
: Sit, look downward, reach, (up to frequently); stand, walk, bend, stoop, squat, push, pull, foot controls (occasionally); climb stairs, twist (infrequently); repetitive hand activities within close reach, such as files, keyboard & handwriting (frequently); lift/ carry up to 25 pounds (occasionally), may lift/ carry child up to 75 pounds (infrequently); extensive reading; use seeing, hearing & speaking (including in-person, phone & public address.)


Working Conditions
: Indoor office, outdoor school yard & grounds, driving to different sites. Exposure to: seasonal temperature variations, dust and wind, traffic, food preparation smells, use of office equipment and desk supplies.



Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job


EMPLOYMENT STATUS


Management Position





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