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Elementary Assistant Principal – Western Reserve Local Schools

Western Reserve Local Schools

3765 US Rte. 20

Collins, OH  44826

Duties:PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:   Essential Job FunctionsINSTRUCTIONAL DUTIES:1.      Ensures the teaching of the District’s written curriculum, helps the staff to use curriculum resources, and maintains consistent curriculum development.2.      Sets and meets school-wide goals on an annual basis.3.      Systematically assesses and monitors student progress using verifiable information whenever possible and provides meaningful information to parents regarding student progress.4.      Identifies curricular and extracurricular needs by analyzing current programs and student achievement.5.      Works with staff to systematically identify and respond to at-risk students.6.      Plans and implements individualized instruction programs when necessary.7.      Defines and articulates a school philosophy with vision.8.      Sets and meets school-wide objectives on an annual basis.9.      Protects instructional time by minimizing interruptions to the instructional process and teacher paperwork.10.     Identifies, plans, and implements staff development programs in accordance with assessed needs.11.     Implements a systematic personnel evaluation program that the staff understands and writes thorough, defensible, and insightful evaluations.12.     Helps teachers develop and implement objectives for themselves and for their students.13.     Identifies, plans, and implements staff development programs in accordance with assessed needs.14.     Other duties as may be assigned.15.     Maintains required and appropriate confidentiality for matters regarding students and staff.OPERATIONAL DUTIES:1.      Maintains high visibility in the school.2.      Develops and maintains positive staff morale.3.      Coordinates student and teacher schedules to promote central objectives and minimize conflict.4.      Implements a discipline code that is fair and that promotes orderliness and student learning.5.      Provides for adequate supervision and acceptable student behavior at all school-sanctioned or sponsored activities.6.      Responsible for maintaining discipline among all students during all school and school-related activities, buses, and property.7.      Listens and responds appropriately to staff, student, and community concerns.8.      Makes decisions in a timely fashion and maximizes decision effectiveness with follow-up actions.9.      Seeks information from appropriate sources and, when appropriate,  strives for consensus in the decision-making process.10.     Maintains accurate personnel, student, and fiscal records.11.     Complies with fiscal requirements and effectively monitors expenditures.12.     Accurately and efficiently prepares required reports.13.     Plans effective assemblies.14.     Establishes effective lines of communication with parents, informing them of all matters relating to their children.15.     Assumes other duties as may be assigned by the Superintendent.PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE JOB:A.      Physical demands to perform the job.1.      Ability to operate and use all types of office equipment.      2.      Ability to hear acutely, uncorrected, or corrected.3.      Ability to reach above a horizontal plane.4.      Ability to speak and be understood.5.      Ability to see, corrected or uncorrected, to 20/20.B.      Environmental demands to perform the job.1.      Potential exposure to human blood, bodily fluids, tissue, or other potentially infectious materials.2.      Ability to perform essential job functions with light to heavy background noise3.      Potential exposure to unruly students or adults.4.      Potential exposure to students who may be running, pushing, shoving, or throwing objects.PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:   Non-essential Job Functions1.         Models good human relations skills; effectively interacts with others.2.      Demonstrates sensitivity to the dynamics of power; shares decision-making, when appropriate.3.      Facilitates the development of human relations skills among staff.4.      Solicits information from school personnel and the community in gauging school climate.5.      Promotes improvements of student and staff self-image in recognizing the efforts of students and teachers.6.      Communicates high expectations for both staff and students.7.      Regularly uses the results of student testing to identify problems and implement program improvements.8.      Utilizes appropriate school personnel in evaluating curriculum.9.      Minimizes student absenteeism.10.     Promotes a climate that balances openness and control.11.     Effectively delegate decision-making and problem-solving to appropriate personnel.12.     Implements needed changes with appropriate support staff, students, and the community.13.     Keeps the community informed about school activities through newsletters, attendance at parent meetings, and the like.14.     Encourages parental and appropriate community involvement in decision-making.15.     Effectively utilizes community resources and volunteers to promote student learning.16.     Develops skills through participation in professional activities and organizations.17.     Keeps abreast of current changes and developments within the profession.18.     Assumes other duties as may be assigned by the Superintendent.The Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation and transgender identity), disability, age, religion, military status, ancestry, genetic information (collectively, “Protected Classes”), or any other legally protected category, in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities.Experience Required:Qualifications and Licensure:1. Current valid Principal’s certificate or ability to obtain.2. Prior administrative experience is preferred.3. highest moral and ethical character.4. Neat and clean appearance.5. Ability to maintain confidentiality.6. Ability to work cooperatively with staff, students, and members of the community.7. Pass the state-mandated criminal background check.8. Pass all state-mandated health requirements.Location of Assignment: Western Reserve Elementary School and throughout the district and surrounding areas.Wage or Salary: Rate of pay:   Based on Administrative Salary ScheduleApproximate Work Hours or Days: 220-day contract: variable; as needed to meet the needs of the school districtHow to Apply:Final Date for Receipt of Application:Anyone interested in this position should email Administrative Assistant Kelly Sayler at ksayler@western-reserve.org by Wednesday, July 6th, 2022.  First-round interviews will take place on July 11th and second-round interviews will take place on July 18th, 2022.Posting End Date: 2022-07-06

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