2021/22 High School Assistant Principal (General Pool Posting)
Job | Posted 2 months ago
Leander ISD is currently evaluating several potential models in light of the changing situation, and following guidance established by local, state and federal leaders.
Regardless of what decisions are reached in order to open our campuses and operations, we must ask that all applicants, new employees, and current staff be prepared for
possible variations in campus assignments, hours of operations, and modifications to job duties among other considerations.
Any of these possible changes may not be known until we move into the school year and certainly will depend upon any developments in managing COVID -19 restrictions and recommendations.
If hired, the State Board for Educator Certification will require all first time applicants for an initial credential to be fingerprinted as part of a national criminal background check. A cost of up to $49.00 will be charged for fingerprinting.
To assist the school principal in the direction and management of instructional programs and supervision of operations and personnel at campus level, provide leadership to ensure high standards, oversee curriculum development and skillful delivery to students. Assist in overseeing compliance with district policies, ensure success of instructional programs, and operation of all campus activities
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
- Embody the LISD Campus Leadership Profile, including establishing a clear focus, effectively managing change and creating a purposeful community.
- Establish a collaborative culture in which the LISD PLC Collective Commitments are evident.
- Demonstrate behavior that is professional, ethical and responsible.
- Serve as administrative head of the school in the absence of the principal.
- Work with faculty, parents, and students to develop a student discipline management system that results in positive student behavior and enhances the school climate.
- Use appropriate and effective techniques to encourage community and parent involvement.
- Monitor instructional and managerial processes to ensure that program activities are related to program outcomes and use findings to take corrective actions.
- Implement processes and systems focused on growth for all students.
- Participate in the development and evaluation of educational programs.
- Develop, implement and monitor special projects as assigned by Principal.
- Provide leadership for continuous improvement of learning.
- Conduct conferences with parents, students and teachers concerning school and student issues.
- Communicate and promote expectations for high-level performance to staff and students.
- Requisition supplies, textbooks, and equipment; conduct inventories, maintain records; verify receipts of such materials.
- Demonstrates regular and prompt attendance to ensure a consistent focus on student learning.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Share supervisory responsibility for professional staff with school principal.
- Supervise teachers, paraprofessionals, clerical personnel and others as assigned.
GENERAL QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES
- Master’s degree in education from an accredited university (must be completed within one year of hire).
- Texas Principal or other appropriate Texas certificate.
- Minimum of three years teaching experience (high school level preferred).
- Knowledge of school operations and curriculum and instruction.
- Skills in organization, communication, and interpersonal relations.
- Ability to coordinate campus support operations; communicate effectively, coordinate campus functions, evaluate instructional programs and teacher effectiveness, implement policies and procedures, interpret data, manage budget and staff, manage multiple priorities and projects, and use computer and application software.
- Needs to occasionally move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc. and frequent movement around the campus building and grounds.
- Frequently communicates with other employees or public. Must be able to exchange accurate information.
- Ability to understand opposing points of view on highly complex issues and to negotiate and integrate different viewpoints.
- Ability to organize and prioritize work schedules of others on long-term basis.
- Ability to make decisions which have significant impact on the campus’ credibility, operations and services.
- Ability to formulate complex and comprehensive materials such as legal documents, authoritative reports, official publications of major scope and impact and to make formal presentations.
- Use standard office equipment including personal computer and peripherals.
- Prolonged sitting; occasional bending/stooping, pushing/pulling, and twisting.
- Repetitive hand motions including frequent keyboarding and use of mouse; occasional reaching.
- Occasional light lifting and carrying (less than 15 pounds).
- May be required to pass a SAMA or other crisis prevention training class.
- May be required to assist in crisis intervention.
- May be required to restrain a student.
- May work prolonged or irregular hours.
- Frequent districtwide travel.
- Work with frequent interruptions.
- Maintain composure and professionalism at all times.
Equal Oportunity Employer