Under the direction of the Superintendent, the Director is responsible for the administration of the middle and high schools; the planning, development implementation, and assessment of site instructional and operational initiatives to meet goals; and in the hiring and evaluation of personnel.
Master’s degree, significant administrative experience in a secondary setting, valid California Administrative Services Credential or equivalent, Bilingual (Spanish) preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits included
About Griffin Technology Academies
Welcome to Griffin Technology Academies Griffin Technology Academies is located in one of the most affordable areas to live in the San Francisco Bay Area. We are less than 35 miles from downtown San Francisco and thirteen miles away from Napa Valley. The city is filled with open spaces, cultural events, new and old businesses, and most importantly, a sense of community. Vallejo has been recognized as one of the most diverse cities in the United States. We are seeking individuals who are passionate about making a difference for our students. If you see yourself as someone who can place student success as the primary driver that motivates you, an innovator who is willing to actively invest in your craft, and most importantly, as a professional seeking to join a school community that becomes part of your family than we encourage you to read more about our current opportunities for the 2021-2022 school year. Our Schools Griffin Technology Academies is a family of 4 exceptional charter middle and high schools dedicated to helping every one of our diverse, primarily low-income students make transformative growth in academic achievement, self-understanding and management, career p...reparation, and active citizenship. Founded in 1999, GTA schools now serve 1,250 students (growing to 1,900 by 2023) and have proven that all students can excel, given high expectations and high levels of support in an inclusive and equitable environment. With charters based on high expectations and applied research, our newest middle and high schools (Griffin Academy) feature blended learning, using the Summit Learning model with an emphasis on technology. The early college high school, opened in August 2020, is designed to deliver a high school diploma and (free) AA degree in 4 years. Our legacy middle and high schools (MIT Academy) are more traditional and employ standards-based grading, significant dual-enrollment, and an extensive Response To Intervention