As a School Administrator you will monitor the delivery and evaluation of the education programs and assist the school Principal with managing the facilities, personnel matters, budget, and logistical support for a school. Typical work assignments include:
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Education Administration: Uses student achievement data and related data to make decisions regarding the school improvement plan, teacher professional development requirements, and programmatic changes.
Thoroughly understands the relationship between school improvement and student achievement and implements, supports, and assesses programs to enhance instruction and achievement. Models continuous personal professional development. Communicates vision to all stakeholders.
Assists the Principal in establishing and maintaining a professional learning community for staff and a positive school climate for students. Promotes student growth and achievement, as described by the Community Strategic Plan, through leadership, support, and collaboration. Provides leadership for standards-based instruction and assessment of all educational programs.
Aligns fiscal, human, and material resources to support student learning and achievement. Consults with area, district, and school staff to formulate procedures to ensure the educational needs, including any legal requirements, of eligible students are met. Gathers and analyzes student achievement and other related data to inform the decision-making process, especially regarding school improvement efforts.
Assists the Principal in developing a school master schedule, which is based upon student learning needs and which takes into consideration available resources, school environment, local culture, and/or any supplemental curricula. Advises school personnel of computer hardware, software, and related supply availability to support individual classroom needs. Ensures the integration of DoDEA-approved technology into all curricular areas.
Provides professional development opportunities that both enhance teacher growth and advance the school improvement goals. Assists the Principal in planning, directing, and evaluating all extracurricular activities. Ensures ongoing communication with the school community regarding academic progress and goals.
Conducts parent-teacher meetings. Takes appropriate action on pupil discipline and behavior problems to include providing students with counseling.
Human Resources Management: Establishes DoDEA educator performance elements and evaluates teacher work.
Models professional and ethical standards, and personal integrity in interactions. Supports the Principal with staff meetings and ensures open communications. Counsels teachers regarding their professional growth.
Proposes, as appropriate, formal disciplinary actions. Explains human resources policies to include transfers, benefits, and grievances/appeals. Administers leave in accordance with regulatory and policy guidance.
Receives and attempts to resolve complaints and grievances. Interviews applicants and makes recommendations to the Principal. Establishes working relationship and meets periodically with union/professional association representatives. Ensures adherence to Equal Employment Opportunity program requirements and affirmative action goals and objectives.
Public Relations: Supports communications between school administration, students, teachers, parents, the local community, and base offices that provide services to the school and/or staff.
Participates with community authorities in ensuring safety and security, including fire drills, school bus procedures and the referral of suspected illness, injury or medically related conditions and problems to the appropriate base medical authorities and the students' parents. Conducts pupil, parent and teacher orientations. Presents briefings relative to school policy to community leaders, local national authorities and visiting dignitaries. When requested by the Principal, the Assistant Principal promotes community awareness of school programs, and promotes partnerships that bring resources to support the school implementation plan, especially those that enhance student academic achievement.
When delegated by the Principal, the Assistant Principal will serve as the responsible officer for all government-owned or leased property assigned to the school.
Supports the Principal in justifying requests for funds, transportation, supplies, equipment and facilities to reviewing boards and higher authorities. Possesses a working understanding of the DoDEA student information system. Directs timely and accurate preparation and maintenance of pupil records, office files, schedules, statistical and other reports, registers, work orders, and expenditure of funds.
Plans and follows through on maintenance and repair requirements as well as facility use. Plans and directs the receipt, storage, issuance and accountability of supplies and program equipment. Ensures school programs include internal management control systems, which emphasize prevention of waste, fraud, mismanagement, and timely correction of specific weaknesses. Informs supervisor of education deficiencies, critical issues, and emergencies.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
Job family (Series)
1710 Education And Vocational Training
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
Mobility agreement as a condition of employment selectees must be available for worldwide placement to any DoDDS or Americas location.
Male applicants who was born after 12/31/59 must register under the Military Selective Service Act.
Ability to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance.
A pre-appointment overseas physical examination is required for selected individuals.
Financial Disclosure Statement, OGE-450, Executive Branch Personnel Confidential Financial Disclosure Report Required upon entering the position and annually in accordance with DoD Directive 5500-7-R, Joint Ethics Regulation, dated 30 August 1993.
Selectees may be required to serve a two-year supervisory probationary period
To qualify for this position, you must have:
General Experience Requirements for a Assistant Principal
A minimum of three years of successful classroom teaching, specialist, or other professional educator experience at the Pre-K -12 level is required.
Minimum Education Requirements for a Assistant Principal
A Master's, EDS or Doctorates degree in Education Administration OR a Master's degree with a minimum of 20 semester hours of graduate credit in School Administration, Curriculum Development, and Supervision of Instruction (or similar supervision related course work).A Master's, EDS or Doctorates degree in Education Administration OR a Master's degree with a minimum of 20 semester hours of graduate credit in School Administration, Curriculum Development, and Supervision of Instruction (or similar supervision related course work).
Applicants must provide copies of official Bachelor's and Master's transcripts (include EDS and Doctorate's if applicable)
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