Admin/Management

Chief of Staff

Full-time
Riverside Unified School District
951-788-7135

BASIC FUNCTION:The Chief of Staff serves as the primary staff assistant to the Superintendent by focusing on leadership, management, and administration.  This includes overseeing processes, clarifying rights and responsibilities, fact-finding, convening stakeholders, and managing personnel.  The Chief of Staff advises the Superintendent on high-level strategies and urgent matters.  The Chief of Staff prioritizes the Superintendent’s appointments and agendas, works with key leaders to implement selected strategies, and completes projects as assigned.  The Chief of Staff communicates, attends and/or acts on behalf of the Superintendent. The Chief of Staff’s responsibilities as the Superintendent’s liaison may include convening relevant stakeholders, communicating with external stakeholders, and standing in for the Superintendent.
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EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree in Education, Business/Public Administration, or related field required
  • Master’s degree in Education, Business/Public Administration, or a related field desired
  • Four years of executive-level experience in education performing duties related to the functions of the position including supervisor experience
  • Bilingual preferred

Salary: $107,174 - $125,382
Position Closes: June 9, 2021 4:00 pm
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Program Specialist

Full-time
Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools
dscott@tcsos.us
2095362025

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POSITION: PROGRAM SPECIALIST

BASICFUNCTION: Under the direction of the SELPA Executive Director, organize and direct the operations and activities involved in the development and implementation of assigned special education programs and services; provide consultation, technical assistance and training to faculty, staff, school districts, families and the public concerning assigned special education programs and related services, standards, requirements and procedures; coordinate communications, information, curricular resources, staff development activities and personnel to meet student needs and enhance educational effectiveness of assigned special education programs and services.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: ESSENTIAL DUTIES: 1. Organize and direct the operations and activities involved in the development and implementation of assigned special education programs and services; coordinate instructional activities to enhance student learning and achievement in designated areas; assist in assuring related activities comply with established standards, requirements, laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures. 2. Provide consultation, technical assistance and training to faculty, staff, school districts, families and the public concerning assigned special education programs and services; respond to inquiries, resolve issues and conflicts and provide detailed and technical information concerning related standards, guidelines, requirements, student needs, laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures. 3. Coordinate communications, information, curricular resources, staff development activities and personnel to meet student needs and enhance educational effectiveness of assigned special education programs and services; assure proper and timely resolution of related student, family and staff issues and conflicts. 4. Develop, implement and conduct training and staff development activities concerning assigned special education programs and services; prepare and deliver oral presentations concerning related principles, standards, guidelines, requirements, practices, classroom activities, curriculum, procedures and techniques; develop related lesson plans and adjust activities according to staff needs. 5. Provide a variety of services to assure appropriate delivery of designated educational services to identified students with special needs; observe students, review information, identify needs and consult with staff and families concerning progress; visit school sites and classrooms to observe activities, provide technical support and assure special education needs are being met. 6. Assist faculty, administrators and staff in the development of curriculum standards according to student needs; participate in a variety of activities to enhance faculty, staff and parent understanding of educational practices, instructional material guidelines and requirements, curriculum development and instructional strategies. 7. Monitor and assess assigned special education services and programs for educational effectiveness and operational efficiency; receive and respond to administrative, staff and public input concerning program needs; assist in the development and implementation of standards, policies and procedures to enhance the educational effectiveness and operational efficiency of programs and services. 8. Serve as a liaison and coordinate special education programs, services, communications and student information between administrators, personnel, school districts, outside organizations, families, governmental agencies and the public; collaborate with staff, faculty and administrators in the development and implementation of program services, goals and objectives. 9. Assist with the development and implementation of Individualized Education Program (IEP) and various other educational and treatment plans, programs, goals and objectives for designated special education students as required; facilitate and attend IEP meetings as directed. 10. Assist in assuring adequate personnel and resources for assigned special education programs; review staffing levels and service delivery models and recommend modifications as appropriate. 11. Train and evaluate the performance of designated personnel as assigned to the position; participate in the interviewing and selection of employees and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination and disciplinary actions as directed. 12. Confer and negotiate with parents, personnel, administrators and others in the resolution of due process issues; provide school districts with technical support concerning due process and compliance issues. 13. Assist in the development and preparation of various budgets for assigned special education programs and services; review and evaluate budgetary and financial data; control and authorize expenditures in accordance with established limitations as assigned; assist in coordinating the purchasing of program equipment and materials as needed. 14. Compile information and prepare and maintain a variety of records, reports and files related to special education programs, students, mileage, financial activity and assigned duties. 15. Operate a variety of office equipment including a copier, fax machine, computer and assigned software; utilize various cameras, camcorders and audio-visual equipment as required; drive a vehicle to conduct work. 16. Participate in the composition, development and preparation of special education documents such as forms, newsletters, handbooks and procedural manuals as directed. 17. Attend and participate in a variety of meetings, conferences, committees, boards, councils and task forces as assigned; present information concerning assigned special education programs; attend and participate in in-services as required; conduct training session for families and community members concerning special educations students and related programs, procedures and services.

OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: KNOWLEDGE OF:  Organization and direction of the operations and activities involved in the development and implementation of assigned special education programs and services.  Educational programs, services, standards, requirements and procedures related to special education.  Curriculum standards, interpretation and application in assigned special education programs.  Instructional techniques and strategies related to assigned programs.  Local, State and federalstandards and requirements governing assigned special education programs.  Problems and concerns of students with special needs.  Practices and procedures involved in the development and implementation of staff development activities.  Policies and objectives of assigned programs and activities.  Oral and written communication skills.  Basic budget preparation and control.  Applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures.  Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.  Operation of a computer and assigned software.  Public speaking techniques.

ABILITY TO:  Organize and direct the operations and activities involved in the development and implementation of assigned special education programs and services.  Provide consultation, technical assistance and training to faculty, staff, school districts, families and the public concerning assigned special education programs and related services, standards, requirements and procedures.  Coordinate communications, information, curricular resources, staff development activities and personnel to meet student needs and enhance educational effectiveness of assigned special education programs and services.  Develop, implement and conduct training and staff development activities.  Participate in a variety of activities to enhance faculty, staff and parent understanding of educational practices, instructional material requirements, curriculum development and instructional strategies.  Assure proper and timely resolution ofrelated student,family and staffissues and conflicts.  Prepare and deliver oral presentations.  Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.  Interpret, apply and explain rules,regulations, policies and procedures.  Establish andmaintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.  Operate a computer and assigned office equipment.  Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.  Meet schedules and time lines.  Work independently with little direction.  Plan and organizework.  Prepare and maintain a variety of records, reports and files related to assigned activities.

TIME PERIOD: Position is full-time

QUALIFICATIONS:  Val id California teaching credential related to special education, clinical services credential or school psychologist credential  Valid California Administrative Services Credential or letter of intent to enroll in a program  Valid California driver's license  Five years’ experience working with students with special needs  Early Childhood experience desirable

$109,034 - $140,377 Annual Salary, plus benefits

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Certificated Administrative Positions

Full-time
San Luis Coastal USD
Until Filled
esummers@slcusd.org
805-549-1248
805-543-7087

CHECK US OUT!   San Luis Coastal is looking for dynamic instructional leaders focused on student achievement, innovation and equity.

Job Opportunities

We expect to have at least three openings for Elementary Principals for the coming school year. At this point, due to internal movement, the sites are TBD.   Work year 215 days, $125,661 annually.  Application deadline:  4/16/21

We have an opening for a Dual Language (Spanish/English) Immersion School Principal (Elementary) in a well-established program.  Work Year 215 days.  Application deadline:  4/7/21, $125,661 annually.

We are also hiring a Middle School Assistant Principal at Laguna Middle School.   Work Year 210 days, $115,624 annually.  Application deadline:  4/23/21

Requirements / Qualifications

Valid California Administrative Services credential or Certificate of Eligibility. 

  • Credential Copy (detailed version, showing authorizations)
  • Letter of Introduction
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Two (2) within the past 24 months)
  • Resume

About the Employer

San Luis Coastal Unified School District represents the communities of Avila, Edna Valley, Los Osos, Morro Bay, and San Luis Obispo and currently has an enrollment of approximately 7,500 students. Small neighborhood schools are a hallmark of the District where students are educated from preschool through twelfth grade and a world-class adult school program offers unique, life-improving courses to thousands of community members. San Luis Coastal Unified School District is an equal opportunity employer, and prohibits unlawful discrimination and/or harassment of district employees or job applicants based on any legally protected characteristics, actual or perceived, including, but not limited to, race, color, national origin, immigration status, ancestry, religion, age, marital status, parental status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression. For information about nondiscrimination in employment, please contact the District's Human Resources Director, Christin Newlon @ (805) 549-1233 or via mail at 1500 Lizzie Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401.

Executive Director, Special Education/SELPA

Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools
dscott@tcsos.us
2095362025

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, SPECIAL EDUCATION/SELPA

DEFINITION TheExecutiveDirector, SELPA-Special Education reports directlytotheTuolumneCounty Superintendent ofSchools and the SELPAGoverningBoard. Responsible forthe operation and oversight ofspecial programs and services aswell aslocal plan implementation forthe Tuolumne County SELPA. Acts asstaff to the Governing Board.

ESSENTIAL TASKS Special Education • Provide administrative leadership for the various special education programs • Provide for evaluation of the instructional program and state evaluation report • Provide for an effective program of staff development • Develop and maintain an effective system of communication with and among all personnel • Encourage parent participation within the Special Education community • Approves all division expenditures. • Provides leadership, direction and guidance for assigned staff. • Assists staff in problem solving and decision making. • Coordinate facilities use and development; provide responsible staff assistance in the management of the Special Education program • Approves department expenditures • Monitors department budgets • Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff • Provide consultation and technical expertise to faculty, staff, administrators, outside agencies, families school districts, and the public concerning assigned programs • Coordinate program communications, resources, activities and information between administrators, personnel, school districts outside organizations, families, the public and various local, state, and federal agencies. • Visit school sites, monitor and evaluate programs for educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency • Develop and implement policies, standards and procedures to enhance the educational and financial effectiveness and operational efficiency programs • Perform related duties as assigned 2 Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) • Oversee the preparation of fiscal reports • Oversee the management of the RLA as well asthe allocation of staff for SELPA programs and services • Administer and implement the Tuolumne County Special Education Local Plan • Participate in recruitment and selection of administrative staff • Assure compliance with state and federal regulations • Provide for a comprehensive program of staff development activities • Provide for the maintenance of a Management Information System to collect required data • Participate in liaison activities and coordinate services with associated agencies • Develop and monitor regional interagency agreements • Develop and administer the SELPA budget including grants; i.e., low incidence, preschool, workability, transition • Represent districtsin Mediations/Due Process/Complaint Procedures • Serve as secretary to the SELPA Governing Board • Other duties as assigned

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS • Valid California Administrative Services credential • Master’s Degree • Five years’ experience in Special Education, three of which have been in administration

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES • Good interpersonal skills • The ability to work effectively with parents • Good communication skills • Knowledge and experience working with students with a wide variety of disabilities • Knowledge of current laws and regulations regarding Special Education • Knowledge of budget and fiscal management • Computer literate • Mediation and/or Fair Hearing experience • Knowledge ofprogramsforspecial education students • Knowledge of programs for children with autism • Local, State and federal standards and requirements governing assigned programs • Meet schedules and timelines • Valid California driver's license

WORK YEAR: 225 Contracted work-days per year 

TUOLUMNE COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS OFFICE is an AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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Chief Financial Officer

Full-time
San Juan Unified School District
deb.cullifer@sanjuan.edu
9169717171

Please apply on Edjoin at the following link:

https://www.edjoin.org/Home/DistrictJobPosting/1367560