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Vice Principal - High School

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Sheridan High School

Sheridan School District is seeking appropriately licensed candidates for the position of 1.0 FTE Sheridan High School Vice Principal. This position is an administrator position and requires candidates to currently possess or be able to acquire an Oregon Administrator License.

The primary purpose of this position is to assist the Principal with the organization, administration, and supervision of all aspects of the school program and operation, including extra curricular activities, in order to maximize the educational opportunity and academic achievement of all students.

A Vice Principal at Sheridan High School is a dynamic and visible leader who works with the principal and staff to create:

A supportive educational community that encourages students to be active learners.
A welcoming school that invites staff, student, family and community involvement.
A warm and nurturing environment that builds resilience in students.
A positive and cohesive school climate that is built on relationships, open and responsive communication and a clear vision for the school.

Successful Candidates will:

Possess strong knowledge and application of Culturally Responsive Practices.
Manage positive behavior interventions and supports systems.
Firmly believe that all individuals can learn and improve - creating a growth-mindset culture in classrooms throughout the building.
Possess extensive academic training and content knowledge of curriculum and instruction, be a strong instructional leader and resource for all staff and understand and be able to demonstrate differentiated instruction.
Communicate effectively and professionally, verbally and in writing, with staff, families, colleagues, students and the community.
Facilitate use of data to inform instructional and intervention decisions.
Effectively plan, develop and facilitate engaging professional development that is aligned to staff, building and District goals.
Connect well with students, staff, families and the school community – be open to learning about others, especially those who may be different from you.
Able to supervise athletic events, dances and concerts, while being able to work extensive hours as after-hours work is routine and expected during the school year.
Recognize students’ different needs, abilities and interests and be flexible to adjust instruction and supports to meet those needs, abilities and interests.
Lead and support special programs that are effectively and positively integrated into general education and the school community.
Strive to support and maintain a strong professional learning community that encourages academic excellence for all students.
Maintain a high standard of ethics in all professional relationships, actions and decisions.
Possess skills and abilities to effectively coach and evaluate assigned staff.
Effectively support and manage district grants.
Able to organize work, set priorities, meet deadlines and follow up on assignments with a minimum of direction and under stressful circumstance.
Maintain collaborative and collegial relationships based in positive regard with staff, administrators and district staff (be a team player).

Employment Dates: 2022-2023 school year
Approximate start date is August 1, 2022.
230 contract days.

Applicants need to submit the following with their application:

Current Staff Application Requirements:
TalendEd Recruit and Hire Internal Application & Letter of Interest

Outside Application Requirements:
Current résumé
Complete TalentEd Recruit and Hire Application
3 current letters of reference, preferably from current and previous evaluator or supervisor
Copy of Transcripts
Copy of Certification/Administrative license
Please note that faxed or emailed applications will not be accepted.

Minimum qualifications:
Oregon Administrator License
3 Years Teaching experience
Culturally proficient skills and strategies

Highly desirable qualifications:
Experience working in richly diverse school communities and environments
Strong Knowledge of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports
Experience with Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs and workforce development
Experience in grant management

For information regarding this position please email Jason Hohnbaum, Principal, at jason.hohnbaum@sheridan.k12.or.us

Reasonable accommodations for the application and interview process will be provided upon request and as required in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Equal employment opportunity and treatment shall be practiced by the district regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, marital status and disability if the employee, with or without reasonable accommodation, is able to perform the essential functions of the position.