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Assistant Superintendent - School City of East Chicago - East Chicago - IN

 

Post Date: 03/07/2017

VACANCY

School City of East Chicago

 

POSITION: Assistant Superintendent

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Educational Specialist Degree in Education, Curriculum/Instruction, Doctorate Preferred
  • Holds or eligible for proper administrative license certification and endorsements in School Administration/Curriculum & Instruction for the State of Indiana.
  • Broad knowledge of instructional programs and teaching methodologies Pre K-12
  • Minimum of three years of successful teaching experience
  • Minimum of five years of administrative experience at building/Central office/supervisory experience preferred.
  • Experience in analysis/interpretation of data systems and develop implementations
  • Has evidence of developing/implementing successful interventions and instructional modifications
  • Has demonstrated qualities of outstanding leadership
  • Possess exemplary communication skills and has strong history of problem solving
  • Knowledge and experience in Professional Learning Communities
  • Experience in acquiring financial support as well as managing state/federal grants and programs.

 

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Successful educational experience in an urban school environment
  • History of developing collaborations/partnerships with community and post secondary institutions
  • Experience in defining standards, aligning curriculum/instruction
  • Is current on present educational research, literature and effective practices
  • Success in use of formative and summative assessment measurements
  • Possess abilities to supervise and direct people/programs
  • Has skills necessary to coordinate procedures to review select, and evaluate instructional materials
  • Experience in establishing goals, objectives and procedures related to the operation of the curricular instructional program.
  • Experience in and knowledge of Special Education programs.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist in the formulation of a philosophy and objectives for the instructional program
  • Analyze and interpret all regular education standardized student performance

Assessments as it relates to the development, implementation, and evaluation of curriculum and instructional services.

  • Keep abreast of developments in curriculum and instruction, and provide leadership

In determining their appropriateness for inclusion in the district’s instructional program.

  • Encourages the development, publication, and use of new instructional materials by the professional staff.
  • Works with building principals in the improvement of individual staff competencies
  • Guides the implementation and evaluation of the instructional technology initiative within the district.
  • Guides and monitors all categorical grants/funds as promulgated by state and federal agencies that impact on the regular education program.
  • Assists in the development and coordination of the selections of the budget that pertain to curriculum and instructions.
  • Maintains liaison and active participation with educational leaders in curriculum and instruction at state, regional, and national levels.
  • Provide leadership in coordinating federal projects & district curriculum & instructional programs
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Assist in the direction and coordination of the Special Education Department

 

 

Contract Period:                12 months

 

Salary/Benefits:                 Salary to be determined

 

Reports to:                          School Superintendent

 

Application Deadline:      Open until filled

 

Please send letter of interest and credentials/resume to:

                                                Sally Clark

                                                Director of Human Resources

                                                1401 E. 144th St.

                                                East Chicago, In.  46312

                                                sclark@ecps.org