JobID 12207 : Hearing Officer (part-time) (#2007032)

Job | Posted 2 months ago
Job Type


                                 Position:   Hearing Officer (Part-time)
                            Reports To:   Associate Superintendent
     Salary Schedule / Grade:   $25.00 / hour
                      F.L.S.A Status:   Non-Exempt
Under the general direction of the Associate Superintendent, the Hearing Officer is responsible for providing support and implementing the guidelines for Alternative Education Program placement and expulsion hearings as it pertains to the Dayton Public School District Student Code of Conduct. This position is two days a week, 8 hours a day until the end of 2019-2020 school year.
The Dayton Way

  • Support and maintain the District’s core principles in the areas of professionalism, curriculum, instruction, culture, and customer service. 
  • Collaborate and engage effectively with students, parents, staff, and administrators ensure exceptional customer service.
  • Build positive rapport and trust with employees, coworkers and community partners.
  • Participate in district-organized professional development activities and seek out opportunities for self-development to improve skills.
(Incumbent performs a majority of the following duties)
  • Coordinate/ conduct Alternative Education Program placement and expulsion hearings for the district
  • Provide effective two-way communication with the Hearing Office and school administration
  • Assist school administration in conducting daily due-process procedures regarding discipline management in a timely manner
  • Assist in updating the DPSD Student Code of Conduct Handbook
  • Maintain systems for retrieval of discipline information
  • Prepare and participate in expulsion appeals to the Board of Trustees as needed
  • Organize files for Alternative Education Program placement and expulsion hearings
  • Assist with student transfer applications
  • Serve as a resource for administrators and other staff regarding interpretation of and implementation of the DPSD Student Code of Conduct Handbook
  • Coordinate with school district and local law enforcement agencies regarding student conduct
  • Confer with Special Education Department regarding discipline of special needs students
  • Assist with admissions questions
  • Assist with editing of discipline report data
Core Values
  • D – Dependability = attendance, response time, completion
  • I   – Integrity = honesty, being loyal to the absent, ethical decision-making
  • C – Collaboration = seeking out teamwork, building bridges
  • C – Compassion = showing concern, seeking to understand, being kind
  • E – Excellence = being professional, achieving goals, stretching ourselves
  • Analytical Thinking = think critically and solve problems in difficult situations; capable of handling interruptions effectively; appropriately organize and prioritize work to meet HR and payroll deadlines
  • Attention to Detail = Strong attention to detail in an environment with significant amounts of repetition; error-free entry and reliable audits that minimize HR and payroll errors
  • Organization Skills = ability to share information in meaningful ways; able to store records for quick, accurate retrieval
  • Adaptability and Flexibility = willingness to change methods and approaches as appropriate; actively seek out new information and knowledge when needed; readily adapt to an ever-changing regulatory environment
  • Must be a U.S. citizen or have the legal right to work in the U.S.
  • Must pass Federal and Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation background check in accordance with Ohio Administrative Code Section 3301-83-06
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Education
  • Ohio Teaching License, Principal license preferred
  • Three (3) years of teaching experience
Knowledge & Experience
  • Knowledge of goal setting, school organization, DPSD Student Code of Conduct and State Code of Conduct Regulations
  • Ability to communicate effectively in written and oral form
  • Demonstrated leadership and organizational skills
  • Knowledge of district policies, regulations, and school law
  • Demonstrated human relation’s skills and ability to work collaboratively
  • Ability to allocate resources efficiently and effectively
  • Demonstrated problem solving ability
  • Demonstrated record of sound decision-making
  • Behavior Management Best Practices knowledge
  • Data literate
  • Occasionally lift, carry, push, and pull various items up to a maximum of 20 pounds (50 pounds on wheels)
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, talk, hear, see, read, speak, reach, stretch with hands and arms, crouch, kneel, climb, and stoop
  • Work is performed in an office setting at a computer workstation
  • Occasional interaction with dissatisfied employees
  • Work may be subject to frequent interruptions
  • Some assignments are subject to completion within strict timelines
Mission Statement: To equip our students to achieve success in a global society by implementing an effective and rigorous curriculum with fidelity.
The Dayton Public School District provides equal educational and employment opportunities for all people without regard to race,
gender, ethnicity, color, age, disability, religion, national origin, creed, sexual orientation, or affiliation with a union or professional organization.

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Dayton Public Schools

115 S Ludlow St, Dayton, OH 45402-1812
Compare with State

Amount per Student

$20,190 (USD)

State Average: $13,686 (USD)

% ELL Students


State Average: 3%

Student Teacher Ratio


State Average: 16.87

% IEP Students


State Average: 15%



State Average: 294