JobID 4327 : Meadowlark Elementary - Principal (#1402658)

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Priority Screen Date: Has been exted to close of business on April 26, 2019
FTE:  1.0
Work Calendar:  223 Days

Interview Date:  To be determined
 
Purpose: The school principal at Meadowlark Elementary provides positive leadership and guidance to create continuous improvement toward equity, excellence and achievement for each student.  The school principal directs the overall site operations, services and supervises the staff of the school.
 
The school principal implements policies/procedures/processes to improve educational experiences; develops and deploys professional development activities for staff; facilitates learning community meetings such as School Improvement Councils and School Community Councils; communicates across all constituencies in a professional, persuasive manner, and; develops and implements research-based school improvement strategies.
 
Preferred Qualifications:

  1. Knowledge of positive leadership and guidance to School Improvement Council and School Community Council, and learning community stakeholders.
  2. Experience with coaching and delivering growth-evoking feedback focused on student achievement to teachers.
  3. Experience supervising and evaluating the conduct/performance of all assigned personnel.
  4. Ability to implements policies, procedures and/or processes for providing direction and/or complying with mandated requirements.
  5. Knowledge of development and delivery of professional growth activities to engage staff and designed to support individual school/District goals and programs to improve student achievement.
  6. Experience facilitating grade level/content PLC’s/data meetings for analysis of student data to inform instructional practices for highest student achievement regardless of race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, or prior academic achievement, based on the School Improvement Plan.
  7. Ability to incorporate culturally competent strategies and utilize culturally responsive communication/engagement strategies with all members of the school community.
  8. Ability to lead implementation of effective English Language Learners teaching practices.
  9. Knowledge of effective teaching practices, laws and regulations and leadership on behalf of special needs students, 504, English Language Learners and accelerated/extended learning programs.
  10. Knowledge of how to manage a school budget in alignment with school needs, following district budget, procurement and accounting policies and procedures with integrity and ethics.
  11. Skill in developing positive growth-minded interactions with student groups and in working with individual students, including development/implementation of a school-wide behavior management process.
  12. Knowledge in leadership development, deployment and supervision of student activities with consideration of academic, social and ethical growth.
  13. Skill in communicating campus news and events with the school community and stakeholders through professional communication strategies.
  14. Excellent critical thinking, decision making and organizational skills.
  15. Ability to be a source of support and inspiration for students, staff and the mission of the district.
  16. Experience in collaboration with district employees to contribute to the mission of the district as a whole.
  17. Spanish Speaker: speaks, reads, writes and understands spoken Spanish
Job Description:
  • Ability to provide leadership and commitment to equity, excellence and achievement for each student.
  • Knowledge of positive leadership and guidance to School Improvement Council and School Community Council.
  • Experience with coaching and delivering growth-evoking feedback focused on student achievement to teachers.
  • Experience supervising and evaluating the conduct/performance of all assigned personnel.
  • Ability to implements policies, procedures and/or processes for the purpose of providing direction and/or complying with mandated requirements.
  • Knowledge of development and delivery of professional growth activities to engage staff and designed to support individual school/District goals and programs to improve student achievement.
  • Experience facilitating grade level/content PLC’s/data meetings to apply analysis of student data to best instructional practices for highest student achievement regardless of race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, or prior academic achievement.
  • Knowledge in incorporating culturally competent strategies and utilize culturally responsive communication/engagement strategies with all members of the school community.
  • Ability to lead implementation of effective English Language Learners teaching practices.
  • Knowledge and leadership on behalf of special needs students, including laws and regulations of special education and 504 plans.
  • Knowledge and leadership on behalf of accelerated/extended learning programs.
  • Ability to analyze and interpret data to implement achievement strategies to improve student achievement based on the School Improvement Plan (SIP), school-level student achievement data and other factors.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage the school facility and grounds for an appropriate, safe, working and learning environment.
  • Knowledge of how to manage a school budget in alignment with school needs, following district budget, procurement and accounting policies and procedures with integrity and ethics.
  • Skill in developing positive growth-minded interactions with student groups and in working with individual students, including development/implementation of a school-wide behavior management process.
  • Knowledge in leadership development, deployment and supervision of student activities with consideration of academic, social and ethical growth.
  • Skill in communicating campus news and events with the school community and stakeholders through professional communication strategies.
  • Excellent critical thinking, decision making and organizational skills.
  • Ability to be a source of support and inspiration for students, staff and the mission of the district.
  • Experience in collaboration with district employees as necessary for school improvement, and to contribute to the mission of the district as a whole.
  • Demonstrated experience in being ethical, courteous and provide educational leadership in employment activities.
  • Demonstrated skill in maintaining regular and predictable attendance for the purpose of fulfilling job requirements efficiently and effectively. Will be required to attend and supervise activities, events, and meetings outside of normal work hours on a regular basis.
  • The usual and customary methods of performing job functions require sitting, walking, standing, bending, occasional lifting, carrying,  pushing and/or pulling, stooping, kneeling; driving an automobile, etc.
  • Risks found in the typical work environment which is adequately lighted, heated and ventilated, e.g., safe use of office equipment, avoiding trips and falls, observing fire regulations.

 
Minimum Qualifications:
 
1.Master’s degree in Education or related field
2.State of Utah Administrative/Supervisory License or an out of state license that is transferrable to Utah.
3.Three years of administrative experience in licensed K-12 education. Administrative intern experience will count for up to one year of credit toward three years of experience.  Salt Lake City School District employees who performed two years of administrative internships in SLCSD will receive credit for both years.
4. Professional communication skills including, but not limited to:  excellent written and verbal communication skills in English; confident, articulate, and professional speaking abilities; and empathic listening and persuasive speaking skills.


Salary Schedule:  Administrator


 


 

Posted By

Salt Lake City School District

440 E 100 S, SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84111
 

Insights
Compare with State

Amount per Student

$10,135 (USD)

State Average: $7,571 (USD)

% ELL Students

21%

State Average: 7%

Student Teacher Ratio

State Average: 22.85

% IEP Students

12%

State Average: 12%

FTE

State Average: 338