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ID 3639- Assistant Principal - Athletic Director - 8.0 hours/day for 261 days/year (year-round position)

Lake Oswego School District

Assistant Principal - Athletic Director
8.00 hours/day for 261 days/year (year-round position/pro-rated)
8:00am - 4:00pm
$110,872 - $118,071/year (depending on experience)
Lakeridge High School

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Position assists the building principal with developing, implementing and maintaining an exemplary high school student education program in conjunction with federal and state requirements and the district’s mission, goals and specific program requirements. Helps supervise and manage all aspects of a high school including business/fiscal, student instruction, employee assignments and job performance, extracurricular activities including athletic/sports events and buildings and grounds maintenance. Assists with long-range, strategic planning for the program including staff development, replacing/upgrading equipment and instructional materials and building/grounds preventive maintenance. Also responsible for oversight of the high school’s athletic program.
Essential duties of this position include the following tasks.  Employees in this position perform some or all of the following tasks.  Other duties may be assigned at any time.
Organizes, develops, implements and supervises exemplary interscholastic and co-curricular athletic and sports activity programs at district’s high schools. Engages in long-range, strategic planning for the program based upon the district’s mission, goals and specific requirements for the program. Identifies, evaluates and, as approved, implements program changes for enhanced program services and activities.
With Business Services, makes recommendations for the annual program budget. Administers the annual program budget. Maintains all records required by law and district policies and procedures. Under principal’s supervision, writes specifications for purchases, including quotes, proposals and bids, for supplies, equipment and other goods and services for the program. Follows all district purchasing procedures and requirements.
Makes hiring recommendations for qualified individuals who meet the needs of the athletic program.  With principals, establishes methods, procedures and standards for job performance for each employee in the program. Trains and supervises program employees.
Develops and recommends policies, rules and regulations for program operations in accordance with applicable city, county, state and/or federal guidelines, regulations and laws. Enforces adopted policies, rules and regulations.
Maintains required records and ensures accuracy and necessary content as required by federal and state laws and regulations and district policies and procedures.
Develops and maintains effective working relationships with coaches, building principals, teachers and other staff members regarding the program.
Regularly uses oral, written and electronic communications to coaches, students, parents, senior staff, administrators and other staff members regarding program goals and activities.
Presents athletic program issues and concerns to principal, senior staff and the superintendent for review and resolution.
Demonstrates knowledge and skill in applying conflict management and dispute resolution techniques.
Regularly evaluates program functions, activities and service delivery methods. Conducts surveys and/or other activities to determine levels of customer/user satisfaction.
Responsible for ensuring the school’s athletic teams comply with applicable OSAA requirements.
Responsible for ensuring compliance with Title IX standards and requirements;
Keeps abreast of trends and best practices and their potential impacts upon school programs, activities and operations. Maintains professional relationships with colleagues and participates in professional development activities which enhance the school’s programs and activities.
Acts as liaison between principals, vice principals, coaches, officials, and the Bureau of Parks and Recreations.
Ensures all coaches have and maintain proper certification and receive necessary training (firs aid, ASEP, bloodborne pathogens, etc.)
Ensures all students are eligible to participate in district’s programs. Files any required OSAA reports.
Makes recommendations regarding annual coaching assignments, proposed new facilities, and modifications of existing facilities.
Serve as the initial point of contact for parents regarding athletic matters and concerns.
Supervises the head coaches’ management of equipment, facilities and supplies.
Arranges for the availability of equipment necessary for the administration of athletic contests. Secures officials for all home contests, recruits personnel necessary for managing various games and meets, and ensures payment for official and other personnel.
Coordinates with physical education personnel in matters of sharing facilities, resources, and equipment. Assists principals in scheduling school athletic facilities for out-of-school groups. Establishes practice schedules reflecting multi-use of facilities (non-athletic as well as athletic use of facilities).
Works with the league athletic directors and principals in the scheduling of inter-scholastic athletic contests.
Ensures established procedures in regard to safety, accident reports, and insurance, are consistently followed by all athletic coaches and assistant coaches.
Ensures all coaches and assistant coaches consistently apply and enforce all league, OSAA and school policies and regulations concerning the sport and student participation.
Supports the principal in all aspects of managing a high school, including but not limited to; supporting long-range, strategic planning for the program based upon federal and state requirements, student discipline, and supervising and regularly evaluating school employees including licensed and classified personnel.
Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of all district policies and procedures.
Maintains consistent, daily and punctual attendance.
Non-essential duties of this position include the following tasks. Employees in this position perform some or all of these tasks. Other duties may be assigned at any time.
Applies for available and applicable grants.  Maintains all required records related to an awarded grant.
Works with colleges and university student teacher practicum programs.
Presents at local, state or national conferences, serves on task forces and hosts educator delegations.
Encourages vigorous and sound instructional research by teachers and other staff members.
Assumes classroom teacher duties when necessary.
Operates various office equipment including audio visual equipment/devices, telephones and photocopy machines.
Attends in-service trainings, staff meetings and other meetings as assigned. Attends professional growth activities related to job responsibilities.
Provides staff development activities for staff during in-service meetings.
Serves on building and district committees and councils as assigned.
Supervises students on school grounds, on field trips and at various school functions.
Reports issues to the principal and the appropriate school and civil authorities including safety, sanitary and fire hazards, vandalism, thefts and errant wildlife.
Consistently follows all applicable federal and state laws and all district policies, rules and supervisor directions.
Observes ergonomics of sedentary office work including placement of computers and monitors, and sitting alignment.
Observes proper lifting techniques and other strategies to avoid accidents and personal injurywhile performing job duties.
Performs other duties as assigned.
All school employees have some responsibility for supervising students and assisting in maintaining a safe environment.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience: A Master’s degree in Education or related field is required. A Doctorate is preferred.  A valid Oregon administrator license is required.  A minimum of five years of successful teaching and a minimum of three years of administrative experience are required. Demonstrated knowledge of
Child and adolescent growth and development
Project management principles
Group facilitation techniques
Academic curriculum, teaching techniques and student learning measurements
Current theories and practices regarding educational reform
Employee evaluation and discipline
            is required. Experience with opening and operating a new or remodeled school building is preferred.

Interpersonal Skills: Works well with others from diverse backgrounds. Focuses on solving conflict, maintaining confidentiality, listening to others, keeping emotions under control, remaining open to others’ ideas and contributing to building a positive team spirit. Demonstrates the ability to remain calm and professional in an environment with frequent interruptions. Interacts with staff and students appropriately.
Language Skills: Ability to communicate in English fluently both verbally and in writing, including proficiency in spelling and grammar. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from students, parents, staff, regulatory agencies, vendors and members of the community. Ability to read and interpret documents including governmental regulations, safety rules and operating and maintenance instructions/ instruction manuals. Ability to prepare routine reports and correspondence with high degrees of accuracy and professionalism.
Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Ability to calculate rates, ratios, percentages and proportions. Ability to read and interpret various charts, bar graphs and similar visual data depictions.
Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in oral, schedule or diagram form.  Ability to deal with problems involving more than one variable.
Computer Skills: Ability to effectively use office computers and internet access for email, research, word processing, database manipulation, visual presentations and general web-based applications.
Other Skills and Abilities: Ability to exercise good judgment and work effectively in a dynamic environment. Ability to regularly work flexible hours.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: A valid Oregon Driver’s License is required. Valid First Aid and CPR cards are required.  Must have or able to obtain various certificates, licenses and/or registrations as required by federal, state or local law(s) and/or determined by the district.
The physical expectations described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

When performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk, see, or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk stand, sit, use fingers and hands for fine manipulation, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms and move around inside and outside of buildings. The employee is occasionally required to, push, pull, bend, stoop, crawl, kneel and crouch. The employee must lift and/or move up to 50lbs. The employee may occasionally climb stairs or ladders. The employee must have, with or without vision correction, close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

The employee may occasionally use approved restraint and de-escalation procedures with students.

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

The work environment is a standard school office, gym, lunchroom/cafeteria and athletic field/track settings. The noise level of the work environment is usually low to moderate, but occasionally high depending upon the location, the student population and current activities. The employee occasionally will be required to supervise students. The employee is occasionally exposed to wet or humid conditions and outdoor weather conditions, including seasonal heat and cold. The employee may occasionally be exposed to contagious diseases, bodily fluids, blood-borne pathogens, cleaning agents, hazardous chemicals and fumes.

The employee may occasionally implement crisis prevention/intervention protocols which involve risk of personal injury from students.

NOTE: This is not necessarily an exhaustive or all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts, functions or working conditions associated with the job.  This job description is not a contract of employment or a promise or guarantee of any specific terms or conditions of employment.  The school district may add to, modify or delete any aspect of this job (or the position itself) at any time as it deems advisable.

Equal Opportunity Employer:
The Lake Oswego School District is committed to being an antiracist, Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We are committed to ensuring diversity and inclusion in all aspects of recruitment, selection, and employment without regard to race, disability, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnicity, religion, veteran or military status, or any other category protected under the law. LOSD is committed to providing reasonable accommodations in our recruitment procedures for individuals experiencing a disability. If you need assistance or accommodation due to a disability, please contact us at 503-534-2000. Speech/Hearing impaired persons may contact the district for assistance through the Oregon telecommunications Relay Service at 1-800-735-2900.

Lake Oswego School District is a Drug-Free/Smoke-Free Workplace