Reports To: Superintendent Salary: Certificated Management
Work Year: 224 Days

Job Summary:
To coordinate and participate in the daily operations of the certificated personnel office; to perform a variety of technical work in certificated personnel including administration, services to employees regarding employment records, fiscal related issues, programs; and provide staff supports to the superintendent.
Support and implement District goals and objectives.
Upon request, assists the superintendent and assistant superintendent in evaluation of principals, coordinators and other certificated personnel; secretarial and clerical staff as assigned.

Valid California Administrative Services Credential; Teaching or Services Credential; master’s degree in education or equivalent; and minimum of three years full time classroom teaching experience and three years in a principal or district office administrative assignment, or supervisory capacity within the area of human resources.
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
• Accepts from the superintendent responsibilities as the superintendent chooses to delegate to him/her and assumes full responsibility for discharging them.
• Coordinates and manages the district’s negotiations process and operations.
• Manages and implements the bargaining contract with the certificated units.
• Provides support to the operation and administration of the pupil support services in the school district.
• Provides supervision and support relating to the maintenance of assignment monitoring systems for certificated credentialing.
• Attends board meetings, and attends and presides over such other meetings as the superintendent designates.
• Serves, upon assignment by the superintendent, as a resource person to management personnel in the district.
• Develop and revise job description in accordance with current laws, Education Code and District Procedures
• Prepares drafts of needed board policies, administrative rules, personnel actions, and status reports for the superintendent’s review and action.
• Keeps informed of and interprets all laws, regulations, statutes, rules, and policies affecting his/her divisions or departments.
• Plans and administers an efficient system of recruiting, hiring, training, supervising, and evaluating all personnel assigned.
• Devises comprehensive and efficient systems of record-keeping in accordance with the particular needs of his/her department and the policies, regulations and laws affecting his/her department.
• Assumes responsibility for budget development and long-range financial planning of his/her department.
• Serves as the District Risk Manager/Worker’s Compensation Officer.
• Serves as District Affirmative Action Officer.
• Serves as Skelly Hearing Officer.
• Assists District with the New Teacher Support Program.
• Provides support to principals in the development of the master schedule for secondary educational settings.
• Remains abreast of developments and innovations is in the field by reading current and cogent literature, attending professional society and association meetings and conference, and discussing developments and problems of mutual interest with others in the field.
• Conducts investigations, develops methods and procedures and solves complex problems; and when work is reviewed, the review is directed toward final outcomes and results.
• Acts with a high degree of independence of action in development and administration of personnel and labor relations programs. Exercises supervision over other employees making assignments, setting priorities, training and reviewing the work of subordinates.
• Prepares performance evaluations, recommends employment, processes grievances and recommends appropriate disciplinary action. Serves as the Equal Employment/Affirmative Action/Title IX management employee directly responsible for coordination of district practices which are in compliance with non- discrimination laws relating to employment.

Physical Requirements Include:
Continuous = 2/3 to all the time (possibly the full day): Talking, Hearing, Seeing, Handling, Fingering, Grasping.
Frequent = 1/3 to 2/3 of the time (or up to 5+ hours of an eight hour day): Standing, Walking, Bending, Stooping, Crouching, Squatting, Reaching
Occasional = 1/12 to 1/3 of the time (or up to 2 ½ hours of an eight hour day): Sitting, Lifting, Carrying up to 10 pounds, Turning, Twisting, Kneeling
Rare = 0 to 1/12 of the time (40 minutes of an eight hour day): Climbing, Balancing, Pushing, Pulling Not Present: Jumping, Crawling