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Director of Elementary Curriculum

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Klamath County School District

GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION:

The district’s Director of Elementary Curriculum is directly responsible for planning, development, coordination, evaluation, and implementation of K-6 curriculum and instruction, K-6 staff development, K-12 assessment, school improvement, and writing, supervising and implementing federal grants. Serves as a team member on the Superintendent’s Cabinet.

Pre-requisites:
Building Principal level experience required. Preference will be given to candidates who have district level administrative experience; experience which includes a record of improving instruction and K-12 student achievement; experience in mentoring teachers and principals; experience working successfully with parents and the full community. Must have the ability to collaborate effectively as part of a team.

Physical ability to adhere to OSHA and district safety regulations. Work within the district’s communicable disease control plan (blood borne pathogens) and be aware of the existence and potential exposure to hazardous chemicals as identified on the MSDS sheets.

ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

Curriculum

Provides leadership in the selection and implementation of curriculum in grades K-6 for all subject areas including English Language Learner (ELL), social-emotional learning, and behavior support
Develops, recommends, and administers policies, administrative regulations, and programs relating to curriculum development and related instructional support services
Monitors compliance with Oregon Administrative Rules on curriculum and instruction
Reviews the cost and effectiveness of school-based programs
Maintains continuity and consistency within curriculum objectives from grade-to-grade and among the schools in the district to increase student learning
Coordinates and articulates the development of curriculum materials, course of study, guides, and teaching techniques for all grade levels and subject matter fields in the schools in the district
Develops, evaluates, and coordinates the instructional support program for the district, including implementation of a consistent Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTII) system in partnership with the Director of Special Services
Plans and supports all aspects of district instructional and curricular integration of technology in partnership with the technology coordinator
Supervises the talented and gifted program for grades K-12
Develops budgets and monitors spending for the purpose of achieving program objectives efficiently
Reports periodically to the board on all elementary curriculum, instruction, and assessment matters and all technology issues as directed by the Superintendent
Assessment

Serves as District elementary Test Coordinator
Trains School Test Coordinators to securely administer state and district assessments
Trains, implements, and monitors assessments per Oregon Administrative Rules
Monitors and reports improprieties per state requirements
Provides administrators and teachers with support for Student Learning Growth Goals (SLGGs)
Staff Development

Plans and provides professional development to meet specialized goals
Provides equity and diversity support for staff and student population
Oversees district’ elementary mentoring program in partnership with SOESD
Acts as mentor to administrators
School Improvement

Direct school improvement process for grades K-12
Responsible for administration of the district’s school improvement plans—all elementary schools
Provides support for instructional improvement in KCSD
Assists in implementation of district goals and initiatives
Federal Grants

Directs, writes, and supervises the implementation of federal grants and programs
Monitors compliance with federal requirements and federal fiscal spending guidelines per ODE including but not limited to Title I, Title IIA, Title III, Title IV, and Title V-B
Other

Supervises the district’s print shop
Supervises the district’s contract(s) with charter schools
Coordinates elementary level Mental Health support
240 Days/Year

Salary Range: $114,281.38-$129,281.38

Position to begin July 1, 2020.

To apply please visit: http://www.kcsd.k12.or.us/SectionIndex.asp?SectionID=17