Assistant Principal, DeJean Middle School

West Contra Costa Unified School District Richmond, CA
Assistant Principal, DeJean Middle School

Employer:

West Contra Costa Unified School District

Date Posted:

6/11/2018

Contact:

Danielle Winford

510-307-4616

Number Openings: (At time of posting)

1

Length of Work Year:

205 Work Days

Employment Type:

Full Time

Application Deadline:

6/25/2018 4:30 PM Pacific

Salary:

$87,725.76 - $103,206.78 Per Year

Date Posted:

6/11/2018 Application Deadline:

6/25/2018 4:30 PM Pacific Employment Type:

Full Time Length of Work Year:

205 Work Days Salary:

$87,725.76 - $103,206.78 Per Year Number Openings: (At time of posting)

1 Contact: Danielle Winford Email: danielle.winford@wccusd.net Phone: 510-307-4616

Job Description / Essential Elements: Print

WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTMIDDLE/JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL VICE-PRINCIPALPrimary FunctionAssists the Principal with the planning, organization, and administration of the school and the educational program. Responsibilities such as curriculum development, instructional program leadership, guidance program, supervision, community relations, student activities, and/or in-service training may be assigned.Directly Responsible toPrincipalSupervisionShall supervise and evaluate the assigned certificated and classified staff.Major ResponsibilitiesMay be assigned any of the following duties:1.Supervises the instructional program through teacher conferences, classroom visitations, lesson plan review, and teacher evaluation.2.Serves as member of Secondary Curriculum Committee, as coordinator of an assigned subject area district chairperson's committee, and as a member of various special district study committees. 3.Develops the master program, arranges for the scheduling of students, and provides articulation with feeder elementary schools and receiving high schools.4.Coordinates the counseling and guidance program and the testing program with the instructional program.5.Coordinates student conduct and discipline programs.6.Coordinates student activity programs.7.Assists Principal and overall maintenance and operation of the school plant.8.Promotes the development and revision of curriculum and courses of study through cooperative interaction with department chairpersons and department members.9.Plans with the librarian and textbook clerk for the general operation of the school library and textbook room. Orders textbooks and other instructional materials.10.Supervises special education programs.11.Assists and supervises substitute teachers.12.Supervises ancillary personnel: student teachers, instructional assistants, counselor aides, security personnel, adult volunteers, work experience tutors, teacher aides.13.Coordinates and participates in home-school functions.14.Develops and participates in programs for in-service training and professional conferences.15.Provides communication through bulletins (daily, weekly, monthly, opening, closing, special) and schedules of supervision (before and after school, lunch periods, hall duty).16.Provides procedures for all steps of report card marking and processing.17.Coordinates student non-instructional services: student orientation, government, activity program, assemblies, pictures, and scholastic recognition activities.18.Orients new teachers and substitute teachers.19.Confers with the Principal on personnel matters.20.Performs other duties as assigned.QualificationsKnowledge and Skills:1.Ability to demonstrate through training and experience the qualities of leadership essential to the successful administration of a secondary school.2.Knowledge of the social, personal, and physical development of young adolescents.3.Knowledge of effective middle/junior high school teaching strategies, curricular programs, and materials. Education, Training, and Experience:1.Post graduate work in school administration, curriculum and instruction, or a related field.2.Successful experience as a classroom teacher.3.Progressively responsible experience in providing leadership in a school or district setting.4.Shall hold an appropriate school administration credential.Approved by the Human Resources DivisionAdopted by the Board of Education January 30, 1992

Requirements for Applying

Interested applicants must submit an application package on EdJoin.org. Applications must include:•Name, address, home phone, message or cell phone, e-mail address, current school site and assignment•Letter of Interest, outlining qualifications, experience, and training which qualifies the applicant for the position•Current resume•Three (3) letters of recommendation•Three (3) additional references with phone numbers and e-mail addresses•Copies of teaching and administrative credentialsThis recruitment is for the 2018-19 school year. Submitted applications will be screened by a panel and those most qualified will be invited to an interview.

Requirements for Applying

Interested applicants must submit an application package on EdJoin.org. Applications must include:•Name, address, home phone, message or cell phone, e-mail address, current school site and assignment•Letter of Interest, outlining qualifications, experience, and training which qualifies the applicant for the position•Current resume•Three (3) letters of recommendation•Three (3) additional references with phone numbers and e-mail addresses•Copies of teaching and administrative credentialsThis recruitment is for the 2018-19 school year. Submitted applications will be screened by a panel and those most qualified will be invited to an interview.

QUALIFICATIONS: Applicant must hold appropriate administrative credential.

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