Dean of Transportation, (1.0 FTE), Full-Time, Temporary, 2018-2019 School Year
The North Clackamas School District is a growing district on Portland's east side. North Clackamas is known for its high quality of living. With approximately 2,000 employees, North Clackamas is nationally recognized for outstanding programs supported by the efficient utilization of resources. The North Clackamas community expects, and school leaders ensure, accountable and transparent investments that place funding as close to the student as possible.
The Dean of Transportation helps develop and reinforce the programs and processes that support the culture in and near transportation vehicles and builds an atmosphere of safety and respect among students.Fosters the development and maintenance of a positive environment that is inclusive and welcoming.The Dean of Transportation supports students in developing positive and effective social behaviors, supports drivers in managing students and creating effective routines; and supports parents in communicating their needs and questions while resolving concerns.
JOB GROUP: Licensed Wage Placement Table
Annual Salary Range (2018-2019): $38,083 - $77,173 (193-Day Contract). This salary range DOES NOT INCLUDE a 6% district contribution to PERS upon eligibility. Initial placement based on education, experience.
Salary amount subject to NCEA memo of understanding adjustment.
This salary range reflects 1.0 FTE. Actual salary is pro-rated based on FTE and start date.
Retirement Plan Contribution:
We are a Public Employee's Retirement System (PERS) employer. PERS allows employees to contribute 6% of their salary to their Individual Account Program (IAP). However, we make the 6% contribution to our employee's IAP account for them. This means no money is taken out of our employees paychecks but they are still getting 6% of their salary contributed to their retirement IAP account. In addition, we make a contribution to our employees PERS OPSRP Pension Plan.
Possession of a valid state teaching certificate.
At least three (3) years of successful classroom experience which demonstrated a high level of capability in classroom management and student discipline.
Skill in the use of office technology and student information systems for documentation, analytical, and support purposes.
Successful experience in working with culturally diverse students, families and communities, or have otherwise demonstrated a commitment to strengthening engagement of a diverse community and skill in communicating with a diverse population.
Able to work in an environment with frequent interruptions and changing tasks and priorities.
Able to assist, console, and manage students who may be emotional, distraught, or frustrated.
Able to remain calm, focused and in control when working with students, parents, guardians, and community members who may be difficult and challenging to engage.
Able to protect the confidentiality of student information consistent with FERPA requirements and good judgment.
Able to work collaboratively and effectively with staff, students, parents, volunteers, and community members.
Able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Knowledge of/ willingness to learn Restorative Justice strategies.
Bilingual skills in such languages common to the community.
Successful experience working in a team.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Duties may include some or all of the following:
Interventions & Support: Participates with administrators and drivers in developing and implementing an intervention and support system. Works directly with students, administrators and with drivers to gain understanding and implementation of the system. Serves as a resource to administrators, drivers and school staff on bus riding management and student behavior to include preparing and conducting driver professional learning.
Student Supervision: Establishes district visibility and develops and nurtures professional relationships with school staff and drivers in order to influence student behavior and help build a safe and welcoming bus culture. Assists with direct student supervision issues and enforcement of the student code of conduct and bus discipline policy. Establishes effective working relationships with drivers, school staff, SRO's, campus security, etc., to develop an effective program for problem identification and communication.
School Policy: Assures adequate provision for confidentiality in the implementation and administration of school policies and procedures particularly with regards to FERPA.
Student Discipline: Supports the investigation and ongoing support of student behavior issues, helps determine facts and problem behavior, supports administrators and drivers on consistent discipline, and establishes and maintains interventions. Follows-through on return to bus of suspended students to include behavior and/or performance contracts and/or parent/student meetings. Assist in the planning, developing and implementing of individual student behavior plans and alternative placements when necessary.
Program Review: Routinely reviews and analyzes student discipline records to identify specific problem areas, trends, underlying issues, etc. Based on such reviews develops recommended program or procedure changes to help prevent behavior issues and/or more efficiently respond to such issues when they occur.
Performs such other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
PLEASE REFER TO THE ATTACHED JOB DESCRIPTION FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION.
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