Assistant to the Associate Principal (Student Advisor) - Mt. Pleasant High School - 1.0 FTE **REPOSTED**

Eastside Union High School District San Jose, CA
Assistant to the Associate Principal (Student Advisor) - Mt. Pleasant High School - 1.0 FTE REPOSTED

Employer:

East Side High School District

Date Posted:

6/12/2018

Contact:

Becky Laguna

408.347.5251

Number Openings: (At time of posting)

1

Length of Work Year:

182 Days

Employment Type:

Full Time

Application Deadline:

Until Filled

Salary:

$55,349 / Year - $83,814 / Year (or appropriate placement on the certificated salary schedule)

Date Posted:

6/12/2018 Application Deadline:

Until Filled Employment Type:

Full Time Length of Work Year:

182 Days Salary:

$55,349 / Year - $83,814 / Year (or appropriate placement on the certificated salary schedule) Number Openings: (At time of posting)

1 Contact: Becky Laguna Email: lagunab@esuhsd.org Phone: 408.347.5251

Master's Degree Stipend:

$1,899 / year

Doctorate Degree Stipend:

$2,530 / year

Student Advisor Stipend:

$4,846 / year

District Benefits:

Sick Leave, Medical, Dental, Vision (including spouse and qualified dependents)

Position Location:

Mt. Pleasant High School

Position Effective:

August 13, 2018

Master's Degree Stipend:

$1,899 / year

Doctorate Degree Stipend:

$2,530 / year

Student Advisor Stipend:

$4,846 / year

District Benefits:

Sick Leave, Medical, Dental, Vision (including spouse and qualified dependents)

Position Location:

Mt. Pleasant High School

Position Effective:

August 13, 2018

Job Description / Essential Elements: Print

East Side Union High School DistrictJob Title: Assistant to the Associate Principal Description of basic functions and responsibilities: The primary duty of the Assistant to the Associate Principal is to assist the Associate Principal of Administrative Services (APAS) in all areas of student supervision, except discipline. In this context, the discipline prohibition specifically means the Assistant to the Associate Principal shall not suspend students, assign students to detention or in-house suspension or otherwise assign students to consequences of unacceptable behavior. Additionally, the Assistant to the Associate Principal shall not make recommendations for such suspensions, detentions, or other disciplinary consequences. Generally, the Assistant to the Associate Principal assists the APAS in the areas of attendance, student behavior management and student supervision and acts as a liaison and resource between classroom teachers and the offices of the APAS.Major duties and responsibilities: Assist teachers and students in resolving behavior problems including appropriate follow-up with parents, counselors and other staff, as well as public and private agenciesAssist with attendance follow-up Assist with pupil supervisionAssist staff with classroom management strategiesMaintain liaison with out-of-school or community-based organizations or agenciesDevelop and implement crisis intervention strategies and programsMaintain accurate and objective recordsOther duties that may be appropriate to his/her credential and as assigned by the principalSupervision exercised or received Under the supervision and direction of the principal or designee Salary The Assistant to the Associate Principal is compensated based upon appropriate placement on the certificated salary schedule. Additionally, in recognition of supervision duties performed beyond the contractual workday, the Assistant to the Associate Principal shall receive a stipend defined in Appendix C Stipend Addendum of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. Minimum qualifications Appropriate secondary teaching credential requiredClassroom and/or counseling experience preferredEvaluation Annually by the principal or designee in a manner consistent with the provisions contained within the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Requirements for Applying

A complete application for the position will include:1. A personal letter of application stating reasons for being interested in the position and why you should be considered2. A current Resume3. At least three (3) current letters of recommendationExternal Candidates Please Include: Valid California single subject teaching credential, administrative services credential, if applicable, CBEST, and copy of transcripts.The screening process leading to the appointment of Assistant to the Associate Principal (Student Advisor) will consist of:Step 1:Paper Screening - All applicantsStep 2:Personal Interview - For semi-finalists as determined by paper screening. The interview will be conducted by an interview teamStep 3:Finalist Interview - For finalists as determined by semi-finalist interview

In addition to possessing the ability to successfully meet the major/other duties and responsibilities, the successful applicant will be selected on the basis of the following:1. Knowledge of different teaching strategies that lead to successful classroom management2. Knowledge of basic school district functions, policies, rules and regulations3. Ability to apply good judgment in recognizing the scope of authority4. Ability to analyze situations and make decisions on procedural matters without immediate supervision5. Ability to maintain the security of confidentiality of specific records, information and files6. Ability to prioritize and coordinate workflow and timelines so as to meet established deadlines7. Ability to communicate tactfully and effectively in both oral and written form8. Ability to establish and maintain effective work relations with those contacted in the performance of required duties9. Ability to work with, and the knowledge of, different ethnic groups10. Ability to provide leadership to the staff on matters relating to student discipline, classroom management/control as it relates to student deportment11. Ability to work with parents and students in solving student discipline/attendance problems12. Knowledge of community resources and ability to maximize their impact on the campus13. Ability to implement appropriate sections of the school's safety plan14. Ability to supervise night time activities as assigned by administration15. Ability to provide supervision and secure the school campus before and after school16. Ability to respond in a positive manner to students in all situations17. Ability to interact with staff, students and parents in a professional manner.18. Willingness to supervise after-school events19. Secondary teaching credential required20. Administrative services credential preferred

Requirements for Applying

A complete application for the position will include:1. A personal letter of application stating reasons for being interested in the position and why you should be considered2. A current Resume3. At least three (3) current letters of recommendationExternal Candidates Please Include: Valid California single subject teaching credential, administrative services credential, if applicable, CBEST, and copy of transcripts.The screening process leading to the appointment of Assistant to the Associate Principal (Student Advisor) will consist of:Step 1:Paper Screening - All applicantsStep 2:Personal Interview - For semi-finalists as determined by paper screening. The interview will be conducted by an interview teamStep 3:Finalist Interview - For finalists as determined by semi-finalist interview

In addition to possessing the ability to successfully meet the major/other duties and responsibilities, the successful applicant will be selected on the basis of the following:1. Knowledge of different teaching strategies that lead to successful classroom management2. Knowledge of basic school district functions, policies, rules and regulations3. Ability to apply good judgment in recognizing the scope of authority4. Ability to analyze situations and make decisions on procedural matters without immediate supervision5. Ability to maintain the security of confidentiality of specific records, information and files6. Ability to prioritize and coordinate workflow and timelines so as to meet established deadlines7. Ability to communicate tactfully and effectively in both oral and written form8. Ability to establish and maintain effective work relations with those contacted in the performance of required duties9. Ability to work with, and the knowledge of, different ethnic groups10. Ability to provide leadership to the staff on matters relating to student discipline, classroom management/control as it relates to student deportment11. Ability to work with parents and students in solving student discipline/attendance problems12. Knowledge of community resources and ability to maximize their impact on the campus13. Ability to implement appropriate sections of the school's safety plan14. Ability to supervise night time activities as assigned by administration15. Ability to provide supervision and secure the school campus before and after school16. Ability to respond in a positive manner to students in all situations17. Ability to interact with staff, students and parents in a professional manner.18. Willingness to supervise after-school events19. Secondary teaching credential required20. Administrative services credential preferred

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS1. Appropriate secondary teaching credential required2. Classroom and/or counseling experience preferred Bilingual candidates preferred.

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