CTE Administrator

Kuna School District Southwest / Boise Administrator Secondary Full Time Posted 1M ago

About this job



JOB STATUS: All Applicants

JOB TITLE: Administrator of CTE (Career Technical Education)

LOCATION: Kuna School District

CALENDAR: 215 Days

HOURS: Full Time

SUPERVISOR: Secondary Coordinator

SALARY: $83,408.00 - 98,756.00 DOE (Placed on the administrator salary schedule) +

BENEFITS: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, and PERSI Retirement System,EAP

Job Summary:

Collaborates with:

Fremont MS Principal, KMS Principal, IPHS Principal, KHS & SFHS Lead BAs, College & Career Coordinator and Boise, Melba, Nampa and West Ada School Districts
6-12 CTE teachers

Staff as assigned by Secondary Coordinator

Kuna High School & Swan Falls High School

CTE Administrative certificate required (or in the process of achieving the certificate)
Experience as a school administrator preferred
Experience teaching in CTE field a plus

Special Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

Provides executive leadership for and directs CTE programming for all students.
Experience in the design and implementation of CTE curriculum as well as delivery of professional development.
Works closely with school and district staff, parents, students and community members to regularly assess the district’s CTE needs; develops short and long-term planning strategies for creating an optimal CTE program.
Knowledge of the development and monitoring of state and federal requirements for Career and Technical Education, grants, and state reporting.
Experience with grants and data management.
Evidence of strong communication skills and collaborative leadership.
Experience in creating, implementing and assessing a CTE strategic plan.
Knowledge of current best practices, innovations and research in the area of CTE.
Knowledge of industry trends including hiring, wage, and skill demand in the marketplace.
Knowledge of Career Technical Student Organizations and ability to implement and support their growth, and evidence of strong CTSO participation by students.
Knowledge of existing and emerging technologies including cutting edge education, business and IT applications.
Ability to lead strategic educational initiatives in the area of CTE that result in measurable improved student achievement.
Ability to monitor and evaluate student progress and modify plans to meet intended outcomes.
Ability to build and sustain productive relationships with families, community partners and district stakeholders.
Proven track record working with industry partners to grow and improve K-12 CTE programs.
Ability to maintain strong industry advisory committees for existing CTE programs and to grow new CTE programs of study.
Proven track record of working with higher education partners to build dual credit pathways, articulated programming, and/or similar opportunities for students.
Knowledge of current industry certifications for CTE pathways and evidence of successful student attainment of capstone industry certifications.
Ability to implement CTE assessments and use resulting data to grow and improve CTE programming.
Experience in teacher evaluation and evidence of successful instructional coaching.
Experience incorporating reading, writing, and mathematics into CTE course instruction and evidence of successful student work samples in those areas.
Expertise in formative and summative assessment practices.

Major Responsibilities and Duties:

Program development and leadership

Oversee all aspects of CTE/CTS programs and services and ensure alignment with district goals and objectives.
Hire, evaluate and supervise teaching and support staff with input from school administrators.
Develop and administer a budget for CTE operations with input from district and school administrators.
Write, implement and administer the state and federal CTE grants with input from district and school administrators.
Maintain all required data and metrics and provide that information as needed for program improvement and for federal and state reporting.
Coordinate CTE/CTS activities, schedules and programs with all 6-12 schools.
Participate in the development, adoption and implementation of curricula for CTE programs.
Market CTE programs to all students, families, community and businesses.
Facilitate training for staff.
Represent CTE/CTS as a member of appropriate state and regional educational organizations and with the Chamber of Commerce.
Interface with post-secondary institutions to coordinate programs, develop articulation agreements, implement dual credit opportunities and expand the opportunities for all learners to access appropriate learning opportunities.
Attends industry Advisory Board committee meetings.
Supervisory responsibilities

Assists in recruiting, hiring, supervising and evaluating CTE staff.
Recruits, hires, supervises and evaluates CTE staff.
Participates in collaborative planning of effective staff development programs that improve teaching outcomes and student learning.
Provides staff leadership by engendering enthusiasm, teamwork, and collaborative problem-solving.
Coordinates and facilitates CTE staff meetings.
Oversight of State and Federal CTE budgets.
Promotes professionalism.
Collaboration and partnerships

Develop relationships with principals and provide input on program development and alignment.
Participate in College and Career planning meetings.
Collaborate with the guidance counselors and college and career coordinator to provide career planning activities and programs.
Establish partnerships with industry and business partners.
Serve as a member of the Kuna and Swan Falls High Schools administrative team and provide support and assistance to the other members of the team as needed including supervising student activities.
Other duties as required

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit; use hands for fine manipulation, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms using a keyboard and monitor.

Equal Opportunity Employer Statement

Kuna School District is committed to maintaining a work and learning environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/civil union status, ancestry, place of birth, age, citizenship status, veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information or disability, as defined and required by state and federal laws. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.