Provides leadership to move groups collaboratively toward a vision of excellence. Works collaboratively and creatively with staff, students, parents and the community to provide an educational program to prepare our students for the future.
Provides instructional leadership by defining the vision for excellence, setting goals with measures and uses an accountability system; provides leadership in curriculum development, supervision and evaluation of instructional personnel; establishes a team perspective and buy-in for common vision with the middle school staff, students, district and Board; fosters a climate of respect and achievement in students and staff; provides a leadership presence, personally by maintaining high visibility and communicating articulately both in written and oral communication; organizes well and delegates wisely; acts firmly and decisively while retaining a consultative style of management; provides opportunity for review of policies and practices to ensure fidelity with vision and makes decisions to move forward toward fulfillment of goals; establishes rigor in academic programs, providing challenging course offerings and opportunities for all students; maintains a visionary approach to creating, supporting and improving programs; understands and utilizes student achievement data in order to analyze and modify instruction; provides the structure, support and supervision for the evaluation and all classified and certificated employees on campus; communicates clear rules for high standards of student behavior and enforces those rules consistently.
MATERIALSA minimum of three years of experience as a site-level administrator; valid California Administrative Services credential; Master's degree from an accredited institution of higher learning; and teaching experience in grades 6-12.
A valid Class C California driver license; an automobile to be used in the course of work; and proof of insurance is required.
Applications must include a letter of intent; three recent (within one year) letters of recommendation; and a brief statement addressing ways you plan to assist instructional staff to increase student achievement, including all significant subgroups in Monrovia.