Description: The Clackamas Academy of Industrial Sciences principal is responsible for implementing and managing the district’s policies, regulations,including charter school reporting, and procedures to ensure that all students are supervised in a safe learning environment that addresses the learning needs of students, staff, and families through innovative practice aligned with district and board directives. The principal works collaboratively to lead all members of the school staff and to communicate effectively with parents, members of the community, and colleagues both within and outside the district. The principal is responsible for planning and overseeing curriculum, program evaluation, extracurricular activities, personnel management, financial management, resource scheduling, C.A.I.S. board meetings, and facilities operations.
Master’s Degree in Education.
A current Oregon Administrator license or supervisory certificate.
Five years of successful teaching experience.
Successful administrative experience preferred.
Skills to appropriately manage personnel and programs, communicate effectively, and problem solve.
The ability to effectively work and communicate with students, parents, and school personnel from diverse cultures and/or backgrounds
Commitment to equitable and inclusive practices for all students. A dedication to their own professional growth and that of their staff and community in congruence with the district equity policy.
Must be able to interpret and implement school district policy and procedures.
Able to supervise instructional performance through effective observation and evaluation.
Oregon City is looking for diverse candidates that resemble the students we serve in our community.
Implement and account for the building's budgets, supervise maintenance and operations of the building and control of equipment.
Values Social Emotional Learning and instruction that supports all students.
Bilingual and/or biliterate preferred.
Facilitates a two-way communication between the charter schools and the District.
Continuously reviews the charter schools’ compliance with Oregon state laws, board policies, and the charter school agreements. This includes interpreting and communicating requirements to the charter schools.
Provide daily and long-term supervision to the charter schools.
Maintains communication with ODE, OSBA, and charter school organizations and consultants.
Leads the review of new charter school proposals and acts as the conduit for communication between the District, Board, and proposed charter school.
Provides assistance and expertise in the development of district-initiated charter schools.
Negotiates charter school agreements.
Oversees the submission and facilitates the review of the Charter School Annual Report (due October 15th) and the Charter School Corrective Action Plan.
Coordinates each charter school’s annual site visit (during April/May).
Facilitates each charter school’s renewal process.
Serves as District responder to parents and patrons regarding charter schools.
Keeps current on charter schools through participation at conferences and workshops.
Knowledgeable in research-based practices around professional development, professional learning communities, grading, assessment, and analyzing data.
Provide supervision and leadership that creates a positive school culture through implementation of positive behavior support programs including instructional interventions, student discipline, and safety procedures.
Understanding of Oregon’s State Standards, PBIS, IDEA, TAG, and ELL programs.
GRADE LEVEL: 6 – 12
WORK SCHEDULE: 225 Days; Starting July 2021
SALARY RANGE: $102,307 to $131,550
Apply at https://oregoncity.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
3 Current Letters of Recommendation
Response to essay - see questions in the application.
Oregon City School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We hire and promote without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, age, veteran's status, familial status, genetic information, and/or disability of employee, with or without reasonable accommodations if able to perform the essential functions of the position.