Assistant Superintendent

  • Center Point-urbana Community School District
  • Center Point,IA,USA
  • May 21, 2021

Job Description

Assistant Superintendent Center Point-Urbana Comm School District Center Point, IA Job Details Job ID:

3462535

Application Deadline:

Mar 08, 2121

Posted:

Mar 08, 2021

Starting Date:

Jun 30, 2021

Job Description

Center Point-Urbana School District

Job Title:

Assistant Superintendent

Supervisor: Superintendent

Contract Length:260 Days of Service

Job Classification:Exempt/Administration

Supervision Of:Certified and Classified Staff as Assigned Including:

Director of Special Education, Instruction & Assessment Director of Activities Director of Transportation Director of Maintenance/Custodial

Basic Function

Assist superintendent substantially and effectively in the task of providing leadership in developing, achieving, and maintaining the best possible educational services. To plan, coordinate, and supervise the operations of the maintenance/custodial, transportation, activities, and special education departments in such a way as to enhance the morale of school district personnel. To implement the vision, set priorities, and develop long and short-range plans for the day-to-day operation of the school district.

Duties and Responsibilities Include

Assists the superintendent in the general organization and administration of the school district. Attends all board of education meetings and prepares reports for the board as the superintendent may request. Assumes the duties of Equity, Title IX, EEO/AA, and Power-schools Coordinator. Assemble data for negotiations and assist with management’s proposals and counter proposals. Assist the superintendent, principals, and directors on all matters relating to personnel administration to include recruitment, selection, assignment, staff development, performance appraisal and dismissal. Oversee and/or prepare legal research reports required by the District, Federal, State, and outside agencies. Support the business office in the maintenance of state and federal compliance in all areas of human resources, including certification and licensure, personnel records, workers’ compensation, FMLA, and ADA. Prepare and implement the district’s Affirmative Action Plan, following state/federal guidelines. Oversee in the development, review, and revision of board policies. Develop and oversee the implementation of a non-certified orientation process. Provide interpretation and guidance to administrators and directors to assure effective employee relations in accordance with district policies and employee agreements. Keep abreast of legal and legislative changes in the “collective bargaining” and human resource field affecting schools. Assist in the development and implementation of employee remediation, evaluation, supervision, discipline, and discharge procedures. Develop and maintain current employee handbooks, and district job descriptions. Coordinate and maintain employee recognition program (end of the year service awards). Oversee the implementation of the district’s Emergency Operations Plan (EOP). Oversee the implementation of the district’s open enrollment policy, determine eligibility, and coordinate the appeals process. Oversee the English Language Learning (ELL), Talented and Gifted (TAG), Title I, and Dropout Prevention (DOP) programs. Supervise and evaluate the district maintenance/custodial, transportation, activities, and special education programs. Work with the maintenance/custodial, transportation, activities, and special education directors to recruit, screen and recommend employment of non-certified applicants. Coordinate non-certified employee performance evaluation programs. Lead in the development and work with the business office in the coordination of budget items pertaining to Special Education, Medicaid billing, English Language Learning (ELL), Talented and Gifted (TAG), Title I, and Dropout Prevention (DOP) Programs. Work with the Special Education Director to recommend policies and programs essential to the needs of exceptional children. Keep informed of all legal requirements governing special education. Work with the Special Education Director to develop procedures for referral, securing medical reports, psychological examination, and placement. Oversee the creation of, and work with the Special Education Director in the ongoing maintenance of, a permanent inventory of equipment purchased for special education. Other duties as assigned.

Licenses and other Requirements

Iowa License: PK-12 Superintendent/AEA Administrator Current evaluator approval Five or more years of successful administrative experience Highly organized and able to successfully manage multiple projects simultaneously Excellent written and oral communication skills Highly knowledgeable in the use of technology to enhance work flow and student performance

Physical Requirements

The physical demands include: sitting, standing, twisting, lifting, and are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Position Type:

Full-time

Job Categories:

Administrator > Assistant/Deputy Superintendent

Equal Opportunity Employer

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Contact Information Julie Klawiter 145 Iowa Street Center Point,

Iowa

52213 Phone: 319-849-1102 Email:

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