Company: Northampton County Public Schools
Posted on: February 13, 2019
Location: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLSCentral Office-Division WidePosition Title: Associate Superintendent: 2019-2020 School YearPosition Start Date: July 1, 2019 (12-month position)Salary/Pay Scale: A4 $73,931 - $115,432 (Based on experience)
Requirements:• A master's degree in supervision or educational administration from an accreditedcollege or university• At least ten (10) years' successful experience in teaching and school administration• Valid Superintendent's license (preferred)• Demonstrated success, preferably at the Division level, in accomplishing tasks related tothose listed below• Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the School Board may find appropriateand acceptable• Must reside on the Eastern Shore of Virginia or relocate within 6 months of being hired
Description:(These are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. Theomission of specific duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar,related, or a logical assignment to the position.)To assist the Superintendent in the task of insuring that each student is offered the bestpossible educational experience and to provide leadership in the ongoing progress of schooldivision. To coordinate a comprehensive program of recruitment, hiring and retention ofqualified staff in the cooperation with the Superintendent, Division Administrators and otherstaff.1. Know and effectively communicate the division philosophy and mission.2. Participate in the Administrative Leadership Team, and any other Division committees ormeetings as assigned by the Superintendent.3. Assist in the development and implementation of programs of in-service training andteacher orientation.4. Participate as a member of the Division Strategic Planning Team. Coordinate theassessment and revision of the Division Six Year Plan.5. Maintain liaison with social, professional, civic, volunteer, and other community agenciesand groups having an interest in the Division.6. Prepare State reports and claims as required by the Superintendent.7. Report attendance data to the Superintendent.8. Participate in writing and implementing grants to support the educational programs ofthe Division.9. Work individually with parents and students regarding disciplinary issues.10.Be familiar with the detail of all revenues and expenditures relevant to his/her areas ofresponsibility; use this knowledge to prepare budget requests and monitorappropriated budgets to ensure compliance, working.Testing11. Oversee administration and analysis of the Division testing program and communicatesame to public.12. Provide training to the Division's School Site Test Coordinators based on information inthe manuals and other Department of Report and Assessment sources for paper/penciltests and online tests.13.Set a schedule for SOL testing, benchmark assessments, WIDA testing, ARDT testing,universal screening, PALS, COGAT, and all other testing conducted within the division inconjunction with division and building administrators.14.Assume the role of Division Director of Testing and attend Region II DDOT meetings andstate-sponsored assessment conferences.15. Work with benchmark assessment committee members to revise and update existingtests.16. Follow the procedures set by the Department of Education in the handling and packagingof all secure and non-secure testing materials, including SOL, WIDA, and VAAP.17. Order testing materials for all buildings.18. Work with building administrators to analyze test data to identify areas of weakness,then communicate these to the Division Teacher Mentor.19. Develop a budget to support accountability components not funded by the State.Curriculum & Instruction20. In coordination with the principal and assistant principal, observe the in-classperformance of teachers and confer and consult with them regarding their performanceand their professional development.21.Conduct analysis of instructional programs and materials, and work to assure thatcourses are designed with adequate attention to a PK-12 scope and sequence foreffective learning.22.Stimulate experimentation, inter-visitation, scrutiny of objectives, and enrichment ofcurricula and teaching methods by instructional staff.23. Direct the creation of and edits for publication, all curriculum guides and materials fordistribution among the instructional staff.24. Work with the assistant principals, principals, and the Division instructionaladministrators in organizing and coordinating grade level and subject matter meetings inorder to affect horizontal and vertical continuity and articulation of the instructionalprogram PK-12.25.Keep informed on the latest research trends and developments in all areas of educationand disseminate professional information and materials to staff.26.Act in partnership with those persons who have responsibility for coordinating specialprograms and services such as health services, Title I, Migrant, Gifted, SpecialEducation, and Student Support Services.27.Serve as a regular member of the Strategic Planning Team.28. Lead the process of the planning and implementation of effective programs ofsupervision and evaluation.29.Coordinate the selection, purchase, and use of textbooks, library media resources, andother teaching material.30. Work with teachers in the preparation of curriculum and materials.31.Supervise principals and teachers in the organization and presentation of instruction.32. Develop and implement programs of in-service training and teacher orientation.33. Interpret the philosophy, goals, and objectives of the instructional program to theSchool Board and to the community at large.34.Coordinate the implementation of instructional programs (i.e., after school programs,remedial summer school, Saturday School, etc.)35. Participate in writing and implementing grants to support the instructional program.36.State Department contact for: Accreditation, Advance Placement Fee, AssessmentCommittee Application, Assessment Record Review & Change, Educational Registry,Division Director of Testing, Exception to 1% Cap for VAAP, Reassignment of VAAPScores, Foster Care Enrollment, GED, K-3 Class Size Reduction, Master ScheduleCollection, Neglected and Delinquent, Postsecondary Education Report, SOL toQuantile/Lexile Conversion Tool, Student Enrollment Demographics, Student RecordCollection, Teacher & Principal Evaluation Collection, Algebra Readiness, Family Life,Physical Education, Health, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Art,Music, Standards of Learning, Library Media Services, Remedial Education, Textbooks,Home Instruction, SSWS Account Manager, and VEWS.37. Participate in various local and state committees to support division programs.38. Work individually with parents and students regarding instructional and disciplinary issues.39.Review and advise on placement plans for students.40. Direct guidance services for the division.41.Supervise and serve as the Internal Lead for all School Improvement Efforts. Work withAdministrative Assistant to prepare, maintain, and monitor records and reports such as: Academic Reviews Comprehensive Needs Assessments Reconstitution Plans School Improvement Grants Contracts with School Improvement partners42. Perform other tasks and responsibilities as assigned or delegated by the Superintendent.
Terms of Employment:Twelve month year. Salary to be established by the School Board in accordance with theAdministrative Salary Scale.
Evaluation:Performance of the job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the School Board'spolicy on the Evaluation of Administrative Personnel.Application Procedure: Apply online at www.ncpsk12.com, click on "apply online-clickhere," complete the certified application.
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