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Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 22nd, 2021

 

JOB TITLE: Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s degree, with a minimum of five (5) years building or district administrative experience.
  • Kansas district-level school administrator license or provide evidence of eligibility to obtain a license in a time frame approved by the superintendent.
  • Ability to lead teams in creating and sustaining equitable classrooms, schools, and institutional culture.
  • Experience in curriculum design, instructional program development, staff selection and staff evaluation.
  • Ability to interpret programs, philosophy, and policies of the district to staff, students, and the community.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications, as well as strong human relations skills.
  • Knowledge of laws and regulations pertaining to education.
  • Technology skills for personal productivity, data analysis, and effective instruction.
  • Proficiency in leading continuous improvement and information management initiatives.

 

REPORTS TO:             Superintendent

 

SUPERVISES:             Secondary principals, Newcomer Center staff, District data staff

 

JOB GOAL:  The Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education assists the Superintendent in overseeing the operation of the school district by working with directors, coordinators, principals, faculty, and staff to build vision, set priorities, and develop long and short-range plans for operation of the school district.

 

PERFORMANCE REPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • Serves as a member of the district leadership team.
  • Develops and supports school communities that are democratic and inclusive.
  • Provides oversight and directs the administration, coordination, and evaluation of the school district’s educational program at the secondary level (Grades 6-12).
  • Oversees the review, selection and acquisition of instructional materials and other resources for all curricular areas in cooperation with faculty, building administration, and the Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education.
  • Collaborates with district level administrators, building administrators, and faculty with respect to curriculum alignment and assessment of student learning.
  • Works with the Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education to coordinate programs and align services for students in Pre-K through Twelfth Grade.
  • Ensures that the district’s curriculum and the delivery of instruction are learner-centered, coherent, and result in continuous growth in student achievement.
  • Develops, coordinates, and approves staff development activities in cooperation with the Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education, administrators and staff.
  • Assists secondary-level building administrators in the supervision and evaluation of faculty and staff.
  • Facilitates regular meetings of the secondary administrators.
  • Assists building administrators in the on-going evaluation of supplemental programs and services.
  • Responsible for administrative oversight and compliance of Title I, Migrant, and McKinney-Vento programs. Works collaboratively to complete the Local Consolidated Plan.
  • Provides administrative oversight of ESL programming (teacher endorsement plans, parent notifications, individual learning plans, assessment of student learning).
  • Has administrative oversight of district assessment of student learning, acts as the district test coordinator as required by KSDE, and provides test administration and ethics training for all building test coordinators.
  • Acts as the district contact for assessment of student learning for KSDE, NWEA, Powerschool, and other assessment platforms.
  • Oversees district continuous improvement processes including process documentation, data collection, analysis, and action planning for district goals and accreditation.
  • Works with the Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education in coordinating the Kansas Education State Accreditation (KESA) process.
  • Leads data governance and information management planning with the district information management team.
  • Serves as district representative for state and regional curriculum, assessment, and data advisory boards and other groups.
  • Serves as a district liaison to colleges, universities, and other agencies for collaborative programs and services.
  • Acts as the point of contact for student hearings preparation and will act as appeals hearing officer for all student disciplinary matters.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/ENVIRONMENT CONDITIONS:

 

  • Rarely requires physical exertion beyond walking or climbing stairs
  • Occasionally requires manual physical exertion to move, lift, carry, pull or push objects or materials weighing up to 50 pounds.
  • Requires frequent use of computers for writing and report generation.
  • Frequently requires extended hours for completing job duties and responding to multiple demands.

 

EVALUATION:

 

The Assistant Superintendent will be evaluated by the superintendent in accordance with Board of Education policy.

Liberal USD 480



Job Start Date: January-27-2021
Applications Due By: February-22-2021

Job Contact Information
Todd Carter - todd.carter@usd480.net - 620-604-1010

Employer Information
Liberal USD 480 www.usd480.net

Unified School District #480

7 Parkway Blvd     Liberal, Kansas 620-604-1010     www.usd480.net

USD 480 is a school district with 130 years of history, pride and tradition, including state championships in numerous sports, award-winning“That” Liberal Band, an AVID National Demonstration School, a Spanish/English dual language program, a community early learning m center, and a strong collaboration with Seward County Community College.  But in 2018, we began a new era. As an original member of the Kansas State Department of Education’s Redesign initiative, we emphasize #everylearnereveryday.  

Through a strong community presence and numerous partnerships with local businesses and organizations, our schools focus on personalized learning, project-based learning, and giving back to the community what they have so graciously given us with the construction of new facilities.  In 2014, the Liberal voters overwhelming supported a $127.8 million school bond that resulted in five brand new schools and major renovations to existing buildings across the community- the largest bond project in Kansas at the time! The addition of these schools helped us address overcrowding at neighborhood schools and created state-of-the-art learning environments that students, staff, parents, and community are proud of!

The campuses of USD 480 include:

District Office (7 Parkway Blvd) - Superintendent and other district-level personnel

McKinley Office (615 West 7th St) -  Newcomer’s Center, Technology Dept, 

Bright Start Early Learning Center (Pre-K) - 836 S Jordan Ave

Meadowlark Elementary (grades K-5) - 1200 N Calvert

MacArthur Elementary (grades K-5) - 925 S Holly Drive

Prairie View Elementary (grades K-5) - 615 Warren Ave

Cottonwood Elementary (grades K-5) - 1100 W 11th Street

Sunflower Elementary (grades K-5) - 310 W Pine

Seymour Rogers Middle School (grades 6-8) - 721 Griffith

Eisenhower Middle School (grades 6-8) - 2000 N Western Ave

Liberal High School (grades 9-12) - 1611 W 2nd St


Employer Address: 7 Parkway Blvd Liberal, Kansas

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