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Elementary Assistant Principal - Barnes Butte Elementary

Crook County School District

LOCATION: Barnes Butte Elementary
START DATE: 2023/24 SY, July 3, 2023
DAYS & HOURS: 210 Days; 8 hours per day
SALARY: $87,884 to $97,438 (dependent upon education and experience)
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Holds an Oregon TSPC Teaching License as well as TSPC Principal/Administrative License

Position Summary:
The Elementary School Assistant Principal is part of the Elementary School Administrative Team with responsibility for supervising assigned teachers, monitoring implementation of curriculum goals as assigned, oversight of student discipline. The Assistant Principal also provides direction and an environment that enables students to acquire learning skills needed to make choices as responsible citizens, today and in the future.

Nature of Position:
Reports directly to School Principal
Responsive to Superintendent, Directors, School Administrative Team
Oversight of school discipline program
Monitors curriculum implementation and best practices as assigned
Observe, evaluate and coach Middle School teachers
Observe and evaluate classified employees as assigned
Evaluate academic program as directed
Support the Principal in creating systems and procedures that create a positive, effective and efficient education environment
Work with Principal and other designated staff on building and implementing the school master schedule
Participate in other district related duties related to continuous improvement and staff development

Minimum Qualifications:
Holds a TSPC Teaching License with 3 years’ successful teaching experience required
Holds a TSPC Administrator Endorsement with 2 years’ successful administrator experience preferred
Holds a valid Oregon driver’s license and current first-aid card
Ability to hold self and others accountable
Willing and capable of participating in additional training as directed
Embodies and practices life-long learning perspective and strives for Continuous Improvement
Believes that all students can learn and that a student failing is not an option
Models appropriate attire and interpersonal behavior
Models Oregon Teacher Ethical Educator Standards
Embodies a strong work ethic, maintains regular attendance, willing to work evenings and occasional Saturdays, performs the physical, mental and emotional requirements associated with successful performance
Excellent verbal, written, math, computer and organizational skills
Experience in developing master schedules desirable
Possesses or is willing to obtain experience and/or knowledge about the AVID program and its implementation.

Preferred Qualifications:
Successful completion of School Law, Student Rights, Human Resource Management, Contract Law, Title IX, Budget, Accounting
Training or Experience with curriculum development and review:
Performance data analysis
Continuous Improvement
Danielson Instructional Improvement Model
Standards and Power Standards Based Instruction and Assessment
Effective Research Based Instructional Methods
Conflict Resolution / Mediation
Data based decision making
Zero-based budgeting

Examples of Performance Responsibilities: (Includes but not limited to)
Maintain teaching and administrative endorsements;
Implement and supervise district’s instructional and student assessment programs at the building level as assigned;
Train licensed staff in instructional strategies;
Train licensed staff in assessment strategies and interpretation of assessment data;
Undertake program evaluation as directed;
Maintain a First Aid Card;
Support and hold others accountable for adhering to District policies and administrative rules;
Coordinate selection, supervision and perform formative and summative evaluations of personnel and assigned instructional programs and staff;
Maintain a learning and working environment that is conducive for learning and work;
Promote good public relations within and outside the District;
Oversee Student Teacher Placement and monitor Student Teacher performance as well as Mentor Teacher Role;
Perform other responsibilities and duties as required by the task or directed by the Principal or Superintendent or Superintendent’s designee.

Terms of Employment:
Employed at the Principal’s recommendation to the Human Resource Director and to the Superintendent and ratified by Board upon Superintendent’s recommendation. An At-Will employ whose salary is contingent upon the Board adopted Administrator Pay Schedule.

Evaluation/Performance Review:
Evaluated by the Principal as appropriate and directed by the Superintendent.

Physical Requirements:
May work alone at times but usually must interact with students, parents, and varied staff. During any day may:
Stand/walk 6-8 hours or more
Drive 1-5 hours or more at a time
Engage students, parents, teachers, coaches, other administrators and managers
Use hands repetitively on computer, grasping, pushing
Sit 1-4 hours or more
May need to bend, squat, climb, lift 50 or more pounds, administer CPR or first aid

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 (or the position itself) at any time as it deems advisable.