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Assistant Principal/Athletic Director – Jonathan Alder Local Schools

 

Duties:

REPORTS TO:

Building Principal

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  Master’s Degree from an accredited college or University.

2. Valid Ohio certificate/license as building principal

3. Successful teaching experience, preferably at the Middle School level and in more than one grade level

 

EMPLOYMENT:                 227 day contract

 

SALARY                                Established by the administrative salary schedule

 

POSITION GOAL:

To maximize the development and learning opportunities for all

students and to assist the Principal in providing leadership and supervision in administering the educational program of the Jr. High School.

 

EVALUATION:

Building Principal- Ohio Principal Evaluation System

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

 

  1. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES

 

1.01        Provides leadership and direction to staff with regard to the ongoing evaluation and

improvement of educational programs, including curricular and extra-curricular activities.

1,02        Assists in coordinating the work of school staff and school district program leaders to

develop and implement instructional programs and teaching practices.

1.03        Encourages parental involvement in students’ education and ensures effective

communication with students and parents.

1.04        Establish attendance procedures which allows due process to the rights of students;

familiarizes students, staff, and parents with the attendance procedures; hears and acts on attendance as outlined in HB 410.

1.05        Monitors all attendance plans and represents the high school on all attendance

intervention plans, monitors and documents all attendance intervention plans; represents

the high school at all student court appearances in relation to HB 410

1.06        Supervises and evaluates teaching staff and other building employees in accordance with

the school district’s evaluation plan, and makes recommendations regarding goals, areas needing improvement and continued employment.

1.07        Assist teachers, parents and students in resolving non-academic student issues in the

school, such as behavioral problems.

 

  1. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

 

 

2.01        Maintains records of any student disciplinary actions taken in accordance with applicable

laws and regulations, and District policies.

2.02        Confers with parents, teachers, support services personnel and students on matters of

discipline and problem solving.

2.03        Reports to administrators, teachers, school attendance staff, parents, and students relative

to issues affecting student performance.

2.04        Recommends appropriate programs for students to assist them with behavioral problems.

2.05        Instructs and advises students regarding their responsibility to adhere to school rules and

policies, to foster a safe school environment, and to respect other individuals and property.

2.06        Assists in arranging for appropriate tutorial instruction related to assigned academic

work.

2.07        Assists administrators, teachers, and school attendance staff in addressing student

attendance problems.

2.08        Assists in the administration of the In-School Suspension Program and co-curricular

activities.

2.09        Arranges meetings as directed with students, parents, teachers, and administrators

regarding disciplinary problems in school.

2.10        Counsels individual students as needed and makes appropriate referrals for testing,

guidance or other services.

2.11        Coordinates with community and government agencies relating to drug and alcohol

abuse, truancy, and other conduct.

2.12        Supervises the school’s guidance and health programs; establishes and maintains

procedures for the transition of students entering and leaving the school; establishes and maintains the school health program including up-to-date health records; plans and supervises all emergency preparedness programs including fire and tornado drills as assigned by the building principal.

 

  1. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

 

3.01        Serves as supervisor and coordinator of the total athletic program of the school

3.02        Provides assistance and recommendations to the administration in screening and

interviewing of coaches

3.03        Works closely with school administration, school staff, coaches, and students to promote

interest in and support of the entire athletic program

3.04        Insure athletic program compliance with applicable Board of education policies, OHSAA

rules and regulations, and league policies

3.05        Aids in the preparation and administers the athletic program budget in cooperation with

the coaches and administration

3.06        Recommends, develops, and administers, with the head coaches, the athletic schedules

3.07        Makes arrangements with transportation personnel for the transporting of athletic teams

3.08        Attends, or has a responsible representative at all home events where admission is

charged, and is responsible for overall supervision

3.09        Coordinates and determines the need in the establishment of a schedule of specific

assignments for all athletic events.  This includes: timers, scorekeepers, security, ticket crew, trainers, medical and other personnel necessary to complete an event

3.10        Attends league, district, and state meetings that are necessary to the functioning of the

athletic program

3.11        Works with coaches in the purchasing, distribution, collection, cleaning, storage, and

inventory of all equipment, uniforms, and materials

3.12        Supervises and coordinates the eligibility certification of all athletes for each athletic

activity.  This includes insurance, physical examination, and academic eligibility requirements

3.13        Arranges for, provides facilities, and pays officials for all contests and collection of

contest receipts and deposits money after each contest.

3.14        Prepares and distributes at the end of the school year a financial report covering the

previous year’s receipts and expenditures of the department

3.15        Evaluates head coaches each season to be forwarded to the principal of the school

 

  1. ADDITIONAL DUTIES

 

4.01        Performs other related tasks as assigned by the Principal, Superintendent and other

central office administrators as designated by the Superintendent

 

Experience Required:

REPORTS TO:                      Building Principal

 

QUALIFICATIONS:             1.        Master’s Degree from an accredited college or

University.

  1. Valid Ohio certificate/license as building principal
  2. Successful teaching experience, preferably at the Middle

School level and in more than one grade level

 

EMPLOYMENT:                 227 day contract

 

SALARY                                Established by the administrative salary schedule

 

POSITION GOAL:                              To maximize the development and learning opportunities for all

students and to assist the Principal in providing leadership and supervision in administering the educational program of the Jr. High School.

 

EVALUATION:                    Building Principal- Ohio Principal Evaluation System

 

 

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

 

  1. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES

 

1.01        Provides leadership and direction to staff with regard to the ongoing evaluation and

improvement of educational programs, including curricular and extra-curricular activities.

1,02        Assists in coordinating the work of school staff and school district program leaders to

develop and implement instructional programs and teaching practices.

1.03        Encourages parental involvement in students’ education and ensures effective

communication with students and parents.

1.04        Establish attendance procedures which allows due process to the rights of students;

familiarizes students, staff, and parents with the attendance procedures; hears and acts on attendance as outlined in HB 410.

1.05        Monitors all attendance plans and represents the high school on all attendance

intervention plans, monitors and documents all attendance intervention plans; represents

the high school at all student court appearances in relation to HB 410

1.06        Supervises and evaluates teaching staff and other building employees in accordance with

the school district’s evaluation plan, and makes recommendations regarding goals, areas needing improvement and continued employment.

1.07        Assist teachers, parents and students in resolving non-academic student issues in the

school, such as behavioral problems.

 

  1. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

 

 

2.01        Maintains records of any student disciplinary actions taken in accordance with applicable

laws and regulations, and District policies.

2.02        Confers with parents, teachers, support services personnel and students on matters of

discipline and problem solving.

2.03        Reports to administrators, teachers, school attendance staff, parents, and students relative

to issues affecting student performance.

2.04        Recommends appropriate programs for students to assist them with behavioral problems.

2.05        Instructs and advises students regarding their responsibility to adhere to school rules and

policies, to foster a safe school environment, and to respect other individuals and property.

2.06        Assists in arranging for appropriate tutorial instruction related to assigned academic

work.

2.07        Assists administrators, teachers, and school attendance staff in addressing student

attendance problems.

2.08        Assists in the administration of the In-School Suspension Program and co-curricular

activities.

2.09        Arranges meetings as directed with students, parents, teachers, and administrators

regarding disciplinary problems in school.

2.10        Counsels individual students as needed and makes appropriate referrals for testing,

guidance or other services.

2.11        Coordinates with community and government agencies relating to drug and alcohol

abuse, truancy, and other conduct.

2.12        Supervises the school’s guidance and health programs; establishes and maintains

procedures for the transition of students entering and leaving the school; establishes and maintains the school health program including up-to-date health records; plans and supervises all emergency preparedness programs including fire and tornado drills as assigned by the building principal.

 

  1. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

 

3.01        Serves as supervisor and coordinator of the total athletic program of the school

3.02        Provides assistance and recommendations to the administration in screening and

interviewing of coaches

3.03        Works closely with school administration, school staff, coaches, and students to promote

interest in and support of the entire athletic program

3.04        Insure athletic program compliance with applicable Board of education policies, OHSAA

rules and regulations, and league policies

3.05        Aids in the preparation and administers the athletic program budget in cooperation with

the coaches and administration

3.06        Recommends, develops, and administers, with the head coaches, the athletic schedules

3.07        Makes arrangements with transportation personnel for the transporting of athletic teams

3.08        Attends, or has a responsible representative at all home events where admission is

charged, and is responsible for overall supervision

3.09        Coordinates and determines the need in the establishment of a schedule of specific

assignments for all athletic events.  This includes: timers, scorekeepers, security, ticket crew, trainers, medical and other personnel necessary to complete an event

3.10        Attends league, district, and state meetings that are necessary to the functioning of the

athletic program

3.11        Works with coaches in the purchasing, distribution, collection, cleaning, storage, and

inventory of all equipment, uniforms, and materials

3.12        Supervises and coordinates the eligibility certification of all athletes for each athletic

activity.  This includes insurance, physical examination, and academic eligibility requirements

3.13        Arranges for, provides facilities, and pays officials for all contests and collection of

contest receipts and deposits money after each contest.

3.14        Prepares and distributes at the end of the school year a financial report covering the

previous year’s receipts and expenditures of the department

3.15        Evaluates head coaches each season to be forwarded to the principal of the school

 

  1. ADDITIONAL DUTIES

 

4.01        Performs other related tasks as assigned by the Principal, Superintendent and other

central office administrators as designated by the Superintendent

 

Wage or Salary: NEGOTIABLE

Approximate Work Hours or Days: 227 DAY CONTRACT

 

How to Apply:

https://www.applitrack.com/alder/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Administration

 

Posting End Date: 2021-07-16

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