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Chief Student Success Officer

High Desert ESD, Central Oregon
Closing date: 
Friday, October 25, 2019

40 hr/wk, 250 days per year
$118,000 - $124,000
Benefits include family insurance package, vacation, paid sick leave and holidays, generous PERS contribution
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This executive level position will provide leadership and direction in the development, implementation and evaluation of the Student Success Act across the region. This leader will also oversee all School Improvement work at the ESD. Will work with superintendents, boards, curriculum directors, principals and teachers to create, implement, analyze and improve school improvement and student success across the region, with a focus on equitable opportunities and outcomes. Will work directly with the Oregon Department of Education and will be central Oregon’s liaison with ODE on the SSA and other school improvement initiatives. Will work with other ESDs and regional leaders to improve student outcomes locally, regionally and at a state level.

At minimum requires a Master’s Degree with significant hours in the field of education administration. Must hold a valid Oregon School Administrator Certificate. At least five years’ experience in K-12 education administration including building Principal experience and District leadership experience. Experience working with school boards. Be familiar with Central Oregon districts and educational culture. Equity driven. Ability to work with regional and district leadership to influence program and student outcomes. Working knowledge of continuous improvement practices and strategies. Experience analyzing data and using it to drive improved outcomes. Ability to present to and lead large (and small) groups. Demonstrated ability to bring measurable change to a large system. Strong written, oral, interpersonal and coaching skills. Access to reliable transportation and consistent attendance is required. Applicants must have successful experience in working with culturally diverse families and communities, and/or have otherwise demonstrated a commitment to equity and strengthening engagement of a diverse community and skill in communicating with a diverse population