Open: February 17, 2021 Close: March 11, 2021 or until filled
POSITION: Assistant Superintendent of Student Achievement
$145,033 to $173,313 (based on the 2020-2021 salary schedule)
Comprehensive Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Long-Term Disability, VEBA, Vacation, Doctoral Stipend, Professional Dues, and Professional Development.
The Assistant Superintendent has overall leadership responsibility for district-wide teaching and learning, including school improvement, programs, curriculum, instruction, and professional development that result in high student achievement. The Assistant Superintendent leads district initiatives and complex change with a focus on equity, service, and strong collaboration with multiple stakeholders. The position serves as Chief Academic Officer for the District, leading the development, implementation, and revision of a guaranteed and viable curriculum, comprehensive professional development, and the creation of resources to support student achievement. The position serves as an executive cabinet team member and advisor to the Superintendent.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS(Qualifications which are essential to the position):
A current administrative credential and valid teaching certificate.
Minimum of ten years successful experience as a teacher and administrator in public schools, principal experience preferred.
Master’s degree required; Doctorate degree or work toward a doctorate degree desired.
Demonstrated successful, recent leadership experience implementing and directing a variety of district-wide programs.
Proven ability to articulate a vision, direction, and leadership in academic achievement, curriculum, and instruction.
Demonstrated ability to establish relationships and work effectively with diverse elements within the school system and community.
Demonstrated leadership and experience in supervision and evaluation of staff.
Exceptional knowledge and background in best practices in educational research, student achievement data, curriculum, instruction, assessment, and school operations.
Outstanding verbal and written communication skills; bilingual desired.
Strong analytical skills, including ability to engage in systems thinking and consider organizational impacts from multiple sources.
Knowledge and experience in working with diverse populations, including students in alternative settings, English language learners and highly capable students.
Strong administrative skills, including supervision, budgeting, planning, organization, and goal setting.
Demonstrated ability to build a positive culture and develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with employees and the community.
Ability to work independently, utilize sound professional judgment, and act with integrity in upholding, modeling, and establishing accountability for high professional and ethical standards.
Demonstrated ability to create and implement change management strategies and plans that maximize employee adoption and usage and minimize resistance.
Plan, execute and manage strategic priorities and initiatives from beginning to end.
SPECIFIC DUTIES INCLUDE:
Provides skillful instructional leadership by developing and sustaining a district culture focused on equity, student learning and employee professional growth to improve learning and achievement for each student.
Collaborates with families and community members, responds to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilizes community resources to support mutual goals and integrate diverse representation into district planning and decision-making processes.
Ensures sound management of assigned departments to ensure a safe and effective learning environment.
Oversees the District Improvement Plan through leading the Executive Directors of Teaching and Learning by directing district work on annual School Improvement Plans that clarify and focus the work of school staff on the improvement of student achievement.
Collaborates with internal stakeholders and leaders on PSD’s accountability system to measure continuous progress in student learning that serves as the foundation for the district’s Outrageous Outcomes and school improvement initiatives.
Directs, evaluates, and provides leadership in Teaching and Learning, Special Programs, Migrant Program, Special Services, CTE, Student Supports, Assessment, and Curriculum, and Professional Development.
Promotes and communicates the District’s mission, vision, and strategic plan by effectively communicating teaching and learning efforts across the district to various stakeholders to ensure initiatives are successfully implemented.
Supervises personnel, monitors student performance, analyzes data, provides for professional growth and achieves the overall objectives of the district’s instructional program.
Facilitates communication between staff, students, and/or parents to evaluate situations, solve problems, and/or resolve conflicts.
Develops and maintains effective relationships with parents/guardians, community, colleagues, and students.
Attends and presents on behalf of the district at Board meetings, community meetings, and others, and prepares reports as required.
Other related duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 7546
About Pasco School District
In Pasco, our staff epitomizes Pasco Pride. Currently we employ over 2,500 dedicated certificated, classified, and substitute employees who are passionate about supporting student learning in every way. Our staff promotes and celebrates the diversity among our students, employees, and community members, and actively collaborates to meet the unique needs of each student. We are proud to be state leaders in providing innovative, data-driven, student-centered programs.
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