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Vice Principal - Grant High School

Portland Public Schools
Closing date: 
Friday, September 30, 2022

Portland Public Schools envisions every student, every teacher, every school succeeding. As we commit to a major transformation under new, nationally-recognized leadership, we are actively seeking talented, driven professionals who are energized by big challenges. If you are solution-oriented, a strong communicator and collaborator, and passionate about urban education, then this is the place for you! Read more about PPS, our schools and programs, and beautiful Portland, Oregon, at the bottom of the posting.

The Opportunity
Support the Principal in establishing and implementing an instructional vision and a focused plan for improving student achievement while narrowing the disparities between the highest and lowest performing students; support professional educators in strengthening their instructional practices; create a community of continuous learning for all staff and students; foster a culture of high expectation, providing every student with equitable access to high quality and culturally relevant instruction; support and implement the District’s Racial Equity Policy; build strong partnerships with families and community; create a safe, welcoming environment that reflects and supports the racial and ethnic diversity of the student population and communities served; participate in managing operational, technical, and school activities and staff to promote student growth.

• Participate in the development and evaluation of educational programs; encourage and support implementation of instructional and specialized programs, assisting educators and others to pilot such efforts when appropriate; promote the use of technology in teaching and learning process.
• Supervise operations as assigned by the principal, by participating in the development of class schedules, teacher assignments, academic and extracurricular activities’ schedules and other school operations; supervise monitoring of student attendance and investigate when appropriate and comply with federal and state laws, State Board of Education rules, and board policy.
• Use data to assess student progress, formulate instructional practices and to differentiate instruction; focus on narrowing disparities between the highest and lowest performing students in order to meet the academic needs of individual students.

• A State of Oregon issued Administrative License is required at the time of appointment.
• A minimum of three (3) years as a licensed school professional is required.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience in a PK – 12 school leadership position with demonstrated results in improving academic performance is preferred.
• Experience working in a richly diverse school community and environment and bilingual or multilingual skills are highly desirable.

How to Apply
Please visit our website at: Job # 23689

All applicants must complete the following:
• Complete on-line application
• Submit a resume
• Submit unofficial transcripts

Closing Date
This job is open until filled. Applications will be reviewed as received. Portland Public Schools reserves the right to make a hiring decision at any point during the posting period.

About Portland Public Schools
Read more about Grant High School at

Our Mission
Every student by name prepared for college, career and participation as an active community member, regardless of race, income or zip code.
Our Schools and Programs
Portland Public Schools, founded in 1851, is a PK-12 urban school district in Portland, Oregon. With more than 49,000 students in 79 schools, we are the largest school district in the state and one of the largest school districts in the Pacific Northwest. PPS benefits from an active and engaged parent and community partners. We offer a wide array of programs, including language immersion, fine arts, International Baccalaureate programs, athletics, technical, and health specialties. PPS students also attend the Head Start Early Childhood Education program, 10 community-based programs, 8 charter schools, 4 alternative programs and 10 special services programs.

Our City
Portland, Oregon, has often been called the big city with the small town feel. Nestled between the beautiful Coast Range on the west and the spectacular Cascade Range on the east, Portland sits at the junction of the Columbia and Willamette rivers. From downtown Portland, it’s just a an hour-and-a-half drive to the scenic Oregon coast or to Mt. Hood and some of the best skiing in the country, a half-hour to the peaceful vineyards and farms of the fertile Willamette Valley.
The District is focused on eliminating systemic racism and its impact on student learning.