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High School Assistant Principal

Brookings Harbor School District
Closing date: 
Friday, May 20, 2022

Brookings-Harbor High School
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PURPOSE:  The Vice Principal of Brookings-Harbor High School is the deputy administrative leader of the school, and as such supports the Principal in the leadership of the school. The Vice Principal will use necessary leadership, supervisory and administrative skills so as to promote the emotional and intellectual development of each student to his/her fullest potential.
REPORTS TO:   Principal of Brookings-Harbor High School
The Essential Job Functions listed below are the Essential Functions for the Principal of Brookings-Harbor High School.  The Essential Job Functions of the Vice Principal of Brookings-Harbor High School are identical, with the understanding that the primary function of the Vice Principal is to support the Principal.  It is expected that the Principal and Assistant Principal annually meet to determine a division of duties that best supports the needs of the school and the achievements of the students.  As the Principal oversees assumes full responsibility for the school, some of the essential job functions below will not necessarily be functions attended to by the Vice Principal.
Conducts oneself in the best interest of students, in accordance with the highest traditions of public education and in support of the District’s Mission.
Sets high expectations and oversees staff program development that results in high levels of students learning and achievement. 
Leads and inspires a collaborative team that is focused on and accountable for strong rates of graduation and high levels of college and career readiness for those who graduate.
Implements and enforces Board policies and administrative rules and regulations relating to the schools.
Establishes a high degree of transparency between all educational stakeholders to provide a systematic avenue for the discussion of school programs, practices, and policies.
Keeps students, teachers, and parents informed of the factors which affect decisions; thereby gaining increased understanding and support in all areas of the school program.
Establishes and maintains a systematic plan for keeping of students’ records.
Devises plans and execute training programs which assure safe conduct of students and staff for fire, earthquake, and/or other emergencies which may arise.
Takes all reasonable precautions to safeguard the health, safety, and general welfare of his/her staff and students in the school.
Take emergency measures in the event of injury and report such injuries to all appropriate parties.
Takes appropriate actions as required to increase student safety and to protect citizens and their property.
Prepares and submits the school’s budgetary requests and monitor expenditures of funds.
Provides for the establishment of guidelines for proper student conduct and discipline.
Works with various members of the central administrative staff on school issues that support schools, students, staff, and activities such as transportation, special services, support services, and other District staff.
Participates in appropriate District meetings as may be requested.
Keeps abreast of changes and developments in the profession by attending professional meetings, reading professional journals and other publications, and discussing problems of mutual interest with others in the field.
Assures that in his/her absence another District administrator is designated to be in charge of the school.
Establishes and maintains an effective learning climate in the school.
Develops and implements an annual school improvement plan that supports the values and strategic plan of the District.
Is responsible for the detailed organization of the school and for the assignment of duties to the members of his/her licensed and non-licensed staff.
Leads the staff in developing and adapting courses of study and school programs to achieve the goals of the District, school, and District and State curriculum requirements.
Encourages teacher participation in discussions and deliberations regarding instruction, staff development, budget, and other programs
Supports constructive and professionally sound instructional research by teachers in the use of new methods, materials, and content
Recruits, screens, trains, assigns, and evaluates all school personnel under his/her supervision. This shall include recommendation as to initial employment as well as continued employment, non-renewal, or dismissal.
Carries out the district vision for a systematic program of supervision and evaluation of the entire staff.
Develops and implements professional development systems to support the development of school employees including, but not limited to, collaborative learning groups such as PLC’s.
Establishes and maintains favorable relationships and partnerships with local community groups and individuals to foster understanding and solicit support for overall school objectives and programs, to interpret Board policies and administrative directives, and to discuss and resolve individual student problems.
Helps to establish and maintain viable and effective parent organizations
Establishes an effective system for handling all complaints and concerns received in his/her school, including the investigating of facts, and constructive responses to legitimate grievances; keep written copies of communication from and with patrons, apprising Superintendent of problems or concerns.
Coordinates Site Committee activities and decision-making.
Cultivates and models a professional working and learning environment.
Maintains effective working relationships with school personnel, students, parents, and community members. Effectively works and communicates with students, parents, and staff from diverse cultures or backgrounds including those who speak limited or no English.
The statements contained above reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this job but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may at times perform other duties as assigned which could include work in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise to balance the workload.
Master’s Degree in Education.
An Oregon Administrator license.
The Vice Principal of Brookings-Harbor High School works primarily within the school building.  Although the primary work is indoors, the Vice Principal frequently works outdoors supervising students, in variable weather conditions including inclement weather.  The incumbent must be able to stand and/or walk for long periods of time.  The incumbent will need to walk quickly at times, as well as speak and hear in often loud environments.
The position involves high level of interaction with students and families from multiple and diverse backgrounds many who have particular or unique needs.  The mental demands on the High School Vice Principal are considerable.  The incumbent must maintain control under stress, and must manage him/herself in the presence of emotionally challenging interactions with staff, students, and parents. 
Attendance at meetings or activities outside of the normal workday will also be required, including frequent, prolonged, and irregular hours including evening and weekend time. 
Work Year: 11-month.
Employee Group: Non Represented
FLSA Status: Exempt
Date Revised: June 1, 2015
The Brookings-Harbor School District recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals and groups. It is the policy of the Brookings-Harbor School District that there will be no discrimination or harassment of individuals or groups based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, marital status, age, veterans status, genetic information or disability in any educational programs, activities or employment.