Candidate must be committed to continuous improvement with the fundamental goal of advancing student achievement in an urban public school district. In addition, we are seeking candidates with the following educational and experiential requirements and knowledge, skills, and abilities:
A minimum of 5 years management experience preferred.
Experience working in urban school systems required.
Ability to strategically plan and implement comprehensive reform initiatives with a record of success.
Knowledgeable about change management principles and methodologies.
Ability to quickly establish credibility among team members including partners, peers, and executive leadership.
Must be a team player and able to effectively work with and through others.
Must possess effective communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills.
Demonstrated ability to broker resources (human and material) based on identified needs.
Commitment to the success of all students.
Demonstrated use of multiple sources of data to guide and define decisions.
Knowledgeable about local, state and federal policies that impact resource constraints.
Must possess strong analytical and decision-making skills.
Knowledge of district demographics, regionally property development, population trends, enrollment trends, transportation route and fiscal constraints.
No Residency Requirement
Essential Job Functions:
1. Coordinate the implementation of the District's strategic plan by serving as the District-wide project manager that keeps track of the status of the various workstreams in order to ensure overall alignment as well as to anticipate issues that may require adjustments to the plan or to the implementation timeline.
2. Define a timeline and specific roles for external partner(s), District theme team members, and District Leadership.
3. Coordinate implementation of the Strategic Plan by training and supporting District initiative leads responsible for implementing components of the plan.
4. Research successful school design models and present findings.
5. Building district wide pathways for magnet programs.
6. Work collaboratively with stakeholders to bring innovation programming into the District.
7. Align and create new feeder patterns based on knowledge of district demographics, regionally property development, population trends, enrollment trends, transportation route and fiscal constraints.
8. Conduct community input sessions to gather input and inform families and residents about the process.
9. Other duties as assigned by supervisor.