JobID 5073 : Supervisor - Community Education/Community Learning Centers (CE/CLC) (#1929843)
Contract (223 Days)
FLSA Status: Exempt
This position is benefits eligible
Salary: Administrator Salary Schedule, Lane IV
Priority Screen Date: Close of business on Monday, December 2, 2019
The position performs a variety of administrative duties to include, but not limited to: the planning, coordination and implementation of operations and activities related to the Community Education program.
Additionally, this position provides leadership, direction and administrative oversight to the CE/CLC program functions and personnel; serves as a liaison for the district in all levels of communication internally and to community stakeholders; maintains a current working knowledge and enforcement of all applicable rules, regulations, federal and state laws, and district policies, procedures, etc... . This position provides information and recommendations to the Director of Development, the district Superintendent, staff and/or the public, and addresses a wide variety of administrative processes.
This employee reports to the Director of: the Salt Lake Education Foundation (SLEF) and the SLCSD Development Office.
- Master’s degree in Education or related field.
- State of Utah Administrative/Supervisory License or an out of state license that is transferrable to Utah.
- Three years of administrative experience in a licensed K-12 school. (Administrative school intern experience will count for up to one year of credit toward three years of experience.)
- 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.
- Bi-lingual Spanish, including proficiency in speaking, reading, understanding, and writing including grammar and punctuation
- Experience with public budgets and contracts, especially in public education
- Experience providing professional development; data analysis – especially disaggregation by subgroup; experience/skills with coordinating community resources
- Experience in negotiating and writing partnership agreements with community and business partners.
- Experience in writing state and federal grants. (Grant Writing Experience)
- Prior experience as a school administrator
- Experience creating extended-learning and CE/CLC programs
- Skill in helping others navigate complex processes and programs
- Experience with supervising, evaluating, directing and disciplining others
- Successful experience in the promotion of extended learning (after school) programs
- Skills with collaboration with employees and administrators
- Program development and implementation
- Provide leadership, inspiration, collaboration and a commitment to equity, excellence and achievement for each student and learning community stakeholders
- Performs work functions related to federal, state and private grants operations, pertinent codes, policies, regulations and/or laws. Execute program development based on best practices and evidence based research regarding extended learning programs using knowledge of the principles of a community services program and knowledge of school educational programs
- Supervise and evaluate the conduct/performance of all assigned personnel.
- Implement policies, procedures and/or processes for providing direction and/or complying with mandated requirements
- Incorporate culturally competent strategies and culturally responsive, professional communication/engagement strategies with all members of the school community
- Provide leadership and capacity development through technical support, training, professional development and education (e.g. workshops, seminars, classes, discussion groups, one-on-one, etc.) to ensure compliance with district, state, and federal requirements as needed for staff subordinates and stakeholders
- Consistently demonstrate excellent critical thinking, decision making and organizational skills.
- Provide ethical, courteous and professional educational leadership in employment activities
- Maintain regular and predictable attendance for 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
- Collaborate with other relevant colleagues and community members; attend a variety of meetings; stay current on applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations; prepare written materials (e.g. budgets, curriculum, reports, directives, memos, etc.) prepare and deliver presentations
- Monitor assigned programs and related financial activity to ensure performance objectives are met, allocations are accurate, revenues and expenses are within budget and/or operational practices are followed
- Perform other related duties as assigned to ensure the efficient and effective operations of Community Education progress with continuity
- Maintain professional workplace etiquette and represent the department/district in a professional manner; communicate effectively and efficiently with diverse groups of people while maintaining confidentiality and positive working relationships with co-workers, students, parents, and other district employees
- Work with limited supervision; ability to work effectively under constant deadlines and time constraints; manage multiple tasks and responsibilities and prioritize accordingly
- Drive to school locations and other job related sites
- Other duties as assigned