Openings as of 12/10/2017Administration
Pickwick Early Childhood Center
Director of Elementary Education
Preschool Director is responsible for facilitating learning and teaching in an integrated, inclusive preschool program.
Promote a positive school culture that is beneficial to students.
Bring the following qualities to the position: a positive perspective, an open-minded approach, an ability to think outside the box, supportive of new initiatives, inspiring leadership, a willingness to listen to the viewpoints of others, a recognition of the importance of being visible in the building and involved with early childhood activities, and the ability to serve as a role model to both students and teachers.
Promote and provide positive, collaborative leadership and decision-making through development of Building Leadership Team
Reinforce excellence and holds students, teachers, and staff to high expectations.
Promote a safe and caring climate for learning
Ensure positive, ongoing collaboration with partnering agencies to provide both students and families with resources.
Promote early childhood program within community
Create an effective learning environment that addresses the developmental learning needs of Early Childhood Students
Work with teachers to design and implement an integrated, inclusive program.
Assist in the development of short- and long-range curriculum and instructional program based on assessed needs, and sets goals as appropriate
Plan and develop an effective master schedule to facilitate student learning.
Provide instructional leadership- Monitor and support instructional programs and activities, participate in and provide staff development, have knowledge of curriculum and standards, evaluate the instructional practices of early childhood teachers.
Train and implement Positive Behavior and Intervention Supports (PBIS)
Provide for the evaluation, documentation of learning and reporting of student progress
Develop sound reporting practices and document learning using district resources including PowerSchool, Teaching Strategies GOLD, etc.
Collaboratively develop master schedule and oversee/coordinate scheduling processes.
Oversee extended learning program for students.
Monitor student attendance.
Oversee and manage school operation
Provide leadership and management of faculty and staff – recruit, hire, train and evaluate staff members
Assist in the maintenance of a master calendar of school programs and activities.
Prepare administrative reports and other materials as required or appropriate
Monitor licensing and program policy implementation.
Develop and maintain partnerships with community resources
Orient new parents, students, and staff to school programs, philosophy, organizational patterns, policies, and procedures
Oversee facilities- develop procedures for transportation, building safety, and emergency procedures
Manage budget- prepare, administer, and oversee the building budget
Attend school-wide community meetings as appropriate
Assist in the monitoring of student achievement
Attend local, regional, and state preschool meetings as applicable
Collaborate with district grant coordinator to seek non-traditional funding sources
Communication: Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and effectively present information to groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public. Communicate the vision of the school to all stakeholders, be an active listener, maintain cooperative professional relationships, provide opportunities for two-way communication between school and community, and district office and school.
Critical Thinking: Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Mental Demand: Highly intense mental demand. Continual involvement with strategic and operational management functions which relate to both the short term and long term time periods.
Analytical Ability/Problem Solving: Oversee activities covered by expansive policies and objectives, and oversight as to execution and review. High order of analytical, interpretative, and constructive thinking in varied situations covering multiple areas of the organization.
Other duties as assigned
Valid State of Iowa Principal’s Certificate/License PK+
BA Degree in Early Childhood or relevant content area or equivalent experience and education
Successful track record in an educational leadership role
Experience working in early childhood environment
Demonstrated strength in effective communication
Ability to use and apply current technology tools to enhance student learning and teacher instruction
Demonstrated ability to work independently and efficiently
Experience in early childhood leadership
Direct experience with students ranging from 3 to 7 years of age
Knowledge of both IQPPS and Head Start standards with an ability to oversee successful implementation
Occasionally (1 - 33%)
Frequently (34 – 66%)
Constantly (67 -100%)
Lifting (10 pounds)
Lifting (25 pounds)
This position involves working with small children. While performing the functions of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear, stand, walk, sit, use hands to handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, and lift up to 25 pounds.
Terms of Employment:
Full time, 12-month position- Compensation to be established by the Board of Directors
Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with the provisions of the Board's policy on Evaluation of Administrative Personnel.
Please see attached position description.
Pay Range: $90,000.00 - $110,000.00
Year Round Working Calendar
OTTUMWA COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
POSITION TITLE: Director of Human Resources
DEPARTMENT: Human Resources
REPORTS TO: Superintendent of Schools
1. HR experience required
2. Knowledge of federal and state employment law,
comprehensive agreements, and district policies.
3. Strong background in business skills, job analysis, job
description development, hiring practices, and
knowledge of employment law.
4. Ability to use computer technology, including word
processing, Excel, and Google docs.
5. Ability to work effectively with people, mediating disputes,
solving problems, updating and improving processes.
6. Strong oral and written communication skills
7. Personal integrity in the execution of job duties.
8. Sensitivity to the needs of individual employees, as well as
the welfare of the district.
9. Demonstrate discretion in performance of job duties.
Certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources
or Professional in Human Resources.
Degree in education administration/leadership or related field
Experience with salary negotiations and contract
interpretation for certified and classified bargaining units.
Provide leadership, guidance and supervision for staffing, records, insurance and benefits, attendance center, training and development, recruitment and retention, evaluation, internal communications, and equity and diversity. This position requires continuous use of independent judgment. The essential functions as shown below represent only the key areas of responsibility; specific position requirements will vary depending on the needs of the district.
Develop short and long-range goals and objectives including plans to implement and evaluate district staffing plans; recruit, retain and evaluate a high quality workforce; manage department resources; communicate with all internal customers; competitive, equitable classification and compensation structures’ and communications with central administration staff, and the community.
Facilitates and directs recruiting efforts locally, statewide and nationally and communicates regularly with the Superintendent regarding these efforts, staffing numbers, and position openings for all work groups.
Serve as advisor to the Superintendent on all personnel, negotiations and human capital issues.
Coordinate support for principals and other administrators in all matters regarding evaluation and performance improvements plans.
Provide leadership to staff in preparing and implementing programs and services relative to staffing in alignment with the district’s strategic plan including a formal district hiring process.
Lead process for staff terminations, retirements, resignations and reductions in force.
Collaborate with other chief officers and executive directors.
Evaluate new and established Human Resources programs, procedures, and systems.
Cooperate with all administrators in providing an effective, efficient, and equitable total school and district programs; collaborate with district administrators to forecast staffing needs; select, assign, evaluate, and terminate staff.
Actively cultivate partnerships with institutions of higher education and other business and community partners to further district goals.
Represent Ottumwa Community Schools effectively in the community, state, and nation.
Attend Board of Directors meetings and assume various district committee responsibilities.
Serve as a member of the Superintendent’s cabinet..
Lead efforts to recruit, retain and evaluate a high quality workforce.
Assist in monitoring school improvement processes including assignment of staff, employee evaluation and progress monitoring.
Assist in the development of the annual budget, including forecasting district needs and priorities.
Revise and align district human resources policies with state and federal requirements, particularly in regard to the ESEA, OSHA, and EOE.
Serve as a member of the negotiation team.
Oversee and facilitate the Labor Management Committee meetings and process.
Prepare board agenda information regarding personnel and other related items.
Supervise grievance process.
Follow the negotiated agreements, board policy and employment law in decision making.
Attend work on a prompt and regular basis.
Maintain satisfactory and harmonious working relationships with the public, students, and other employees.
Assist with other duties as may be assigned.
Lifting (10 lbs)
Carrying (20 feet)
Manual Dexterity Tasks
All of the above duties and responsibilities are essential job functions subject to reasonable accommodation. All job requirements listed indicate the minimum level of knowledge, skills and/or ability to perform the job proficiently. This job description is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements. Individuals may be required to perform any other job-related instructions as requested by their supervisor, subject to reasonable accommodation.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Full time/12-month position
Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with the provisions of the district policy.
St. Patrick Catholic School, Cedar Falls, Iowa, seeks a full-time Administrator for a 264 student, PreK-8th program for 2018/19. Candidates must be a practicing Catholic and a licensed Iowa administrator, or eligible for the administrator license. Previous administrative experience preferred. The successful candidate will be a visionary leader committed to the formation of tomorrow's Catholics and the academic excellence of our schools. Interested candidates should apply through www.TeachIowa.gov. For more information about the school go to www.cfcatholicschool.org . Applications will be accepted until a qualified candidate is chosen.
Marion Independent School District
Business Manager/Board Secretary
Start Date March 1, 2018
Marion Independent School District is a PK-12 public school located on the north east corner of Cedar Rapids, IA. Marion is one of the fastest growing communities in Iowa and has been listed as one of the best places in America to live. The District serves 2,000 PK-12 students and provides Home School Assistance to an additional 1,050 students.
The District’s desired started date for the position is March 1, 2018 with salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please send inquires and resume to Superintendent Chris Dyer, email@example.com , 777 S. 15th Street, Marion IA 52302. Phone number: 319-377-4691.
o Possess or ability to qualify for School Business Officer authorization
§ Basic criteria include a minimum of an associate’s degree in business or accounting or 60 semester hours of coursework in business or accounting of which 9 semester hours must be in accounting.
§ Applicants must have successfully completed an Iowa division of criminal investigation and national criminal history background check.
o Successful Experience as an Iowa Public School Business Official or similar field.
o Undergraduate degree in finance, business, accounting, or related area.
Major Areas of Responsibility:
· Prepare certified and operating budgets in a timely manner.
· Prepare enrollment projections, long range plans and projections pertinent to the financial needs of the district.
· Manage the open enrollment applications for resident and nonresident students.
· Prepare multi-year projections of revenues and expenditures.
· Oversee implementation of grants and categorical funded projects.
· Provide regular counsel and advice to the board and program administrators on fiscal and operational areas.
· Optimize the handling of bank and deposit relationships and initiate strategies to enhance cash position and ensure appropriate investment of district funds as prescribed by Iowa Code and District policies.
· Direct and implement an effective system of internal financial controls.
· Oversee the maintenance of finance and business related records, reports, and district files as determined by district policy and state laws.
· Ensure district compliance with pertinent state and federal regulatory programs.
· Communicate district budget and operational status to the community as needed.
· Ensure accounting procedures meet state requirements for all accounts.
· Provide timely payment of bills and other accounts payable.
· Prepare monthly reports for the Board and program administrators highlighting variances in revenues and expenditures.
· Investigate operations through appreciate internal audit procedures.
· Complete, monitor, and report activities applicable to state and federally funded programs.
· Arrange and coordinate preparation of documents for the annual financial audit.
· Implement audit suggestions regarding corrections, adjustments, internal controls and segregation of duties in the business office.
· Supervise and evaluate Business Office personnel and budget.
· Oversee the district’s employee benefit program, including the multidistrict self-insurance program for medical, dental, workers compensation, life, and disability insurance.
· Works with the payroll clerk to ensure that payroll checks are issues to all district employees on a timely basis.
· Periodically gather comparison data on salary and benefits for negotiations.
· Plan and coordinate the development of statistical, financial, and management information related to employee relations.
· Operate within the policies of and implement regulations developed by the District.
· Establish annual personal and professional development goals focused upon effective leadership characteristics and specific job performance target areas.
· Participate in workshops, conferences and / or other activities designed to maintain knowledge and skills regarding educational management, employee supervision,, and other matters pertaining to effective management.
· Develop proposed policies relating to financial management for Board consideration.
· Perform additional duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Superintendent of Schools.
· Regularly confer with building principals and administrators regarding problems / solutions related to district operations.
· Work with commissioned architects in the construction and remodeling of facilities to ensure compliance with district requirements and economic conditions.
· Review all contracts between the district and outside contractors prior to board review.
· Oversee the day-to-day operations of the district finance and business functions.
· Recruit, interview, and recommend qualified personnel for approved staff openings.
· Evaluate subordinate staff and make employment recommendations to the Superintendent.
· Supervise the director of food service operations.
· Direct the general operations and financial procedures of the food service program.
· Direct the general operations and financial procedures of the technology program.
· Supervise the director of transportation services.
The following positions report to the Business Manager: Payroll clerk, accounts payable clerk, director of food services and director of transportation services.
All required application materials must be accessed and submitted on the DEC website at http://www.dakotaedconsulting.org/
For questions contact:
Tom Oster, 605-202-0172 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sioux Center Community School District is a K-12 public school facility located in Sioux Center, Iowa and include a preschool, elementary school, middle school, and high school. The school has experienced 24% student population growth in the past 10 years. The district has passed two general obligation bond issues, 2008 for $8,485,000 and 2013 for $9,765,000 to meet the facility needs of the growing student population. The district anticipates another general obligation bond issue in the near future.
Sioux Center Community has an expectation of excellence and exhibits strong school unity and strives to meet every child's needs. The school provides a full range of extracurricular choices in athletics, fine arts, FFA, and innovative uses of technology.