Job | Posted 19 days ago
Position Areas
Private School/Employer
Public School
School District/Cooperative
State Education Agency


FLSA Status: Exempt
Grade: 4, Administrative Salary Schedule
Revision Date: 6/14/2022
Location: Student Services, Central Office
The position is responsible for coordinating the school division's multifaceted approach to providing student support systems to include supervision of Learning Lab, GED/ISAEP, Virtual Academy and home-based instruction. Responsible for continuous development and implementation of non-traditional program opportunities for students.
Ensures the department follows local, state and federal policies and regulation in the identified areas of supervision, supervises and evaluates non-traditional instructional and support staff, maintains efficient and effective work relations with staff, and coordinates contract services for community service agencies.

  • Responsible for the hiring, supervision and evaluation of staff for Learning Lab, GED/ISAEP and Virtual Academy programs.
  • Manage division attendance policies and procedures.
  • Oversee the following specific intervention programs: Credit Recovery, high school GED program and the Flexible Learning Lab.
  • Supports the instructional and social emotional needs of WJCC students choosing fulltime virtual learning through the division Virtual Academy (VA) and the Virtual Virginia elementary program (VVEP) to include oversite of the application and admission process, course access, supplemental course options, best practices for online learning, family communication and program effectiveness.
  • Collaborates with building administrators and school counselors to meet student needs and implement appropriate support and direction for an on-time graduation.
  • Monitors the Virtual Academy website and ensures information is current and accessible.
  • Serves as the collaborative contact person for all support services in all non-traditional program options to include serving the needs of students in Special Education, the Gifted Program, our English Language Learners, and students with 504 plans.
  • Prepare and administer a budget for the assigned program areas, prepare grant applications and solicit funds to provide financial support for student intervention programs.
  • Provide expenditure controls and regular accounting to the supervising member of the leadership team for requisition of materials and equipment to support specific student intervention programs.
  • Collaborate with all departments and coordinate intervention programs to ensure students are served and their needs are met.
  • Establish and monitor procedures for the screening, placement, evaluation, assignment, and reappraisal of students with regard to the assigned student intervention programs to include homebased instruction needs.
  • Ensure compliance with state and federal regulations regarding student intervention programs.
  • Provide progress updates to the School Board, staff, parents and the community on the effectiveness of student intervention programs.
  • Assist principals, administrators and teachers with understanding flexible learning options/ intervention options for students and making appropriate referrals for student placement.
  • Assist school staff with intervention planning for students at risk.
  • Assist with transitioning students who have participated in a student intervention program back to the comprehensive school setting
  • Evaluate student intervention programs to ensure that program objectives for student achievement are met.
  • Assess and identify needs and provide recommendations regarding future equipment, site, program and personnel requirements for student intervention programs.
  • Assist the human resources and student services departments with interviewing and recommending qualified candidates for positions in student intervention programs.
  • Provide staff development programs for assigned professional staff as appropriate.
  • Formulate and interpret policies and procedures and ensure compliance with state and federal regulations pertaining to student intervention programs.
  • Prepare or direct the preparation of reports to state, federal, and local regulatory and grant agencies as required.
  • Communicate with the transportation department to arrange transportation as needed for students in intervention programs.
  • Work collaboratively with the special education department to coordinate services for
    Special Needs students served in the assigned intervention programs.
  • Ensure accurate record keeping of students receiving instructional services in student intervention programs.
  • Develop, review and recommend revisions of school policies and procedures related to areas of supervision
  • Models the WJCC Strategic Plan Values: Individualism, Integrity, Innovation, Accountability and Collaboration.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Knowledge, Skills and/or Abilities Required)
Thorough knowledge of the principles, practices and procedures of school administration; skill in grant writing and monitoring; comprehensive knowledge of area of specialty; ability to develop and present ideas effectively, orally and in written form; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school principals, associates and the general public.

Master's degree in education or a related field; a minimum of five years of teaching experience, preferably at the secondary level; a Postgraduate Professional license with endorsements in administration and supervision and a minimum of 3 years leadership experience is required.
This position is responsible for supervising learning lab, GED/ISAEP and Virtual Academy staff.

Posted By

Williamsburg-James City County School District

P.O. Box 8781 117 Ironbound Rd., Williamsburg, VA 23187

At the following locations

Central Office-Student Services

117 Ironbound Road , Williamsburg, VA 23185