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Secondary Assistant Principal

Greater Albany Public Schools

Greater Albany Public Schools
Assistant Principal - Secondary School

Position Open until filled- Hiring for Middle or High School

Salary Level: Per negotiated agreement Classification: Administrator

Reports to: Principal or Designated Administrator FLSA Status: Exempt

Position Summary:

Assists in Planning, leading and administers the operation of a secondary school within federal, state and District guidelines.

Provides leadership and administration resources to ensure the highest levels of instruction, teaching and learning, and support to staff to enable optimum performance in achieving the best possible opportunities for students' growth and development.

Minimum Requirements:

Master's degree with minimum of five years of teaching experience

Valid Oregon Administrator license

Bilingual Spanish Preferred, not required

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Serves as an instructional leader and operational manager of a secondary school facility.

Model and teach respect with an awareness of diversity; work collaboratively with school personnel in meeting diverse social and academic needs of students.

Model and teach appreciation for all students, identifying strengths students' bring to their learning.

Ability to communicate effectively in both written and verbal formats to different audiences for a variety of purposes.

Plans, designs and implements culturally responsive instructional strategies tied to curriculum development, and implements instructional programs and activities designed to meet the unique needs of students and the educational community.

Works closely with the school staff in identifying educational and instructional needs, and in developing long- and short-range plans to improve the instructional process.

Plans, develops, organizes, and administers support systems designed to ensure that site goals and objectives are achieved, and that all levels of staff adhere to District, state, and national educational standards and goals.

Plans, develops, organizes, and administers support systems which provide optimal educational opportunities for secondary school age students.

Confers and consults with school and District personnel, parents, and students pertaining to educational and behavior management problems and alternative solutions.

Supervises students in a variety of settings in and around the school

Develops and maintains a student behavior management system school wide in accordance with school and district standards and guidelines.

Directs, supervises, observes, assesses, and evaluates personnel; establishes and maintains a positive team building and team management system.

Confers with instructional and support personnel in developing alternative solutions to unusual or unforeseen problems.

Participates in administrative activities at the direction of the supervisor/principal. These may include, but are not limited to budget development and oversight, master schedule development and maintenance, student scheduling, IEP oversight, mental health service delivery, etc.

Is fully responsible for all aspects of the state of Oregon and Greater Albany Public School adopted administrator standards of performance.

Assumes a leadership role in the functions and activities of site and District advisory committees and groups.

Works collaboratively with other buildings in the district to ensure equity of the entire system.

Participant in the local community as well as the school district community.

Perform other duties as assigned by the superintendent.

Qualities and Qualifications:

Bilingual and Bicultural preferred.

Strong communication skills desired to work with a diverse student/parent population.

Relationship skills, collaborative, inclusive consensus builder, motivator.

Compassionate, sense of humor and humility, trustworthy, integrity.

Innovative problem solver, creative visionary, flexible, facilitator, resourceful.

Energetic, hard worker, decisive, organized, objective, professional.

Successful administrative and school based experiences.

Knowledgeable and adept at using all forms of current technology to communicate.

Experience supervising employees using a coaching model to improve practice.

Current administrative license.

You may call (541) 967-4501 or check the district's website at for further information.