Qualifications and Qualities:
Oregon Administrative License and background in 7-12th Grade Education required. Qualities: Strong, yet collaborative leadership style; proactive; integrity; willingness to dream and help others to do so as well.
Articulate a vision for education based on a professional commitment to improving learning for all students.
Willingness to explore the possibilities of providing individualized education for all students that is guided by relevant and timely data.
Develop, implement, and monitor procedures and practices that promote a safe learning environment that promotes equity and high learning expectations for all.
Participate in IEP and 504 meetings as necessary or required.
Supervise and monitor student activities daily and and attend student activities after school hours.
Assist instructional staff in aligning curriculum, instruction, and assessment with state and local learning goals.
Maintain communication and liaison with parents and community groups.
Evaluate certificated teachers and provide meaningful feedback that will improve instruction.
Engage teachers in Professional Learning Communities for the purpose of improving student achievement.
Plan and implement appropriate professional development.
Assists school counselor in developing the master schedule and comply with accreditation guidelines and state requirements.
Demonstrate ability to use technology to problem solve and model 21st century communication skills.
Manage human and financial resources to accomplish student achievement and school board goals.
Follow and maintain knowledge of applicable district policies and procedures.
Write and present reports at school board meetings.
Collaborate with the Leadership Team to discuss operations, budget and district goals.
The contract year shall be not less than 220 days and not more than 225 days. Annual salary will range between $110,000 - $120,000; $300 per month (match) to a 457 Account; $1,700 per month toward insurance plan(s); district pays 6% PERS pickup; paid holidays and sick leave.
This vacancy will be posted on the TalentEd website, COSA website, and the District’s own website. Applicants should apply using TalentEd and include a letter of application, resume, three current letters of professional reference, copies of transcripts, administrative license, and last evaluation. Applications should be directed to: Superintendent, Candace Pelt, PO Box 200, Halsey, Oregon 97348. If you have questions please call 541-657-8192 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline to apply is March 10, 2023
If you have a disability and need this publication in an alternate format, please contact Dena Crowell at 5410-657-8192. Central Linn School District is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Oregon Fingerprinting law is present district policy. Speech/hearing impaired applicants may contact the District for assistance through the Oregon Telecommunications Relay Service by dialing 1-800-735-9200. Web Site: http://www.centrallinn.k12.or.us