An Invitation to Apply:
Administrative Coordinator – P20 Pathways
FTE: 1 Classification: Administrator
Start Date: July 1, 2023 Work Calendar: 260 days
Salary: $96,290 - $108,276 DOE FLSA Status: Exempt
RESPONSIBLE TO: Director of Teaching and Learning in consultation with Umpqua Community College Academic Services.
Benefits: Roseburg Public Schools participates in the Oregon Public Employee Retirement System (PERS and OPSRP) on behalf of its employees. Upon eligibility, the district contributes 6% of an employee’s salary to their Individual Account Program (IAP). District contributions to medical, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance; district Tax Sheltered Annuity (TSA) contributions; Employee Assistance Program, and tuition reimbursement.
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Application Deadline: Tuesday, May 30, 2023
Applications are being accepted through the District’s Frontline Recruit and Hire system.
UCC and the Roseburg School District are partnering to hire an experienced, enthusiastic, and highly skilled candidate to serve as the P-20 Pathways Innovator. This is an outcomes-based position that will work closely in a collaborative team environment with Roseburg School District and Umpqua Community College to build p-20 pathways for all Roseburg students. This shared position will be responsible for building clear pathways for all students from school entry to college and workforce placement.
The successful candidate must be able to act as a leader and member of the team, have highly developed interpersonal skills, and can communicate with personnel at all levels. This person will also develop community relationships and partnerships with k-12 systems; working collaboratively to create vertical integration between the K-12 and college systems so that all students in Roseburg School District can smoothly access the post-secondary training and education that they need to become a self-supporting adult and community contributor. The successful candidate in this position will create a vertical integration map for all programs and career focus areas in both institutions with recommendations for new programming, updated systems of operation and modified curricula.
● Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Education, or related field.
● Knowledge of K-12 Educational Systems
● Extensive work with developing partnerships.
● Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, with an emphasis on Excel.
● Valid Oregon Drivers License
● Master’s degree in Education, Leadership, Curriculum Development, or a similar field of study.
● Experience working in a high school educational environment.
● Knowledge of state dual credit guidelines.
● Three or more years’ experience working in higher education.
● Three or more years’ experience in high school education.
● Experience working with faculty and in coordinating major projects.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
● Passion for dual enrollment and K-12/college collaboration.
● Stay current on research and best practices in secondary to post-secondary education for career readiness in Industry.
● Requires superb people skills, ability to multitask, and a calm demeanor, with a knack for productive collaboration across functional areas.
● Strong writing skills.
● Effective presentation skills.
● Strong organizational skills.
● Ability to work independently and in a self-directed manner.
● Ability to handle multiple priorities in a multi-tasking environment.
● Ability to carry out confidential tasks or manage situations with tact, sensitivity, and discretion.
● High degree of professionalism and service orientation with respect to the quality of work and interaction with others.
● Flexible and able to coordinate multiple complex activities, set priorities and work independently under deadlines with attention to detail.
● Ability to work in an environment where ambiguity is not uncommon and where development and implementation phases may occur simultaneously.
See attached Job Description for more information.