Dean of Students

IDAHO ARTS CHARTER SCHOOL Southwest / Boise Administrator Not Applicable Full Time Apply no later than 8/10/2022Posted 6D ago

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Idaho Arts Charter School“Engaged Learning Through the Arts”Dean of Students(Pending availability of funds and Executive Director’s approval)The Executive Director invites qualified and interested candidates to apply for the position of Dean of Students.Idaho Arts Charter School is an independent district split into two campuses that are located within 2 miles of each other.We serve over 1,200 students in grades K-12, with nearly 50% of our students qualifying for free or reduced lunch.Our Mission and Purpose Statement: “IACS will provide a community which emphasizes positive personal habits andattitudes including a healthy lifestyle, integrity, empathy and courtesy for others, respect for differences among people andcultures, and academic honesty.”ROLE OVERVIEWThe Dean of Students provides administrative assistance in areas assigned by our principals. This person will work in boththe elementary and secondary facilities, including student supervision, specifically in attendance, discipline, guidance,instructional leadership improvement and a variety of student body activities.In collaboration with the site principals, the Dean of Students provides student supervision and interventions to studentsexperiencing problems in discipline and attendance in a comprehensive K-12 setting, as well as act as a resource to teachersin their instructional practice, especially as it relates to issues of discipline, relationships with students, classroommanagement, and school culture. Idaho Arts administrative team is committed to building a world-class culture,empowering teachers to innovate authentic and engaging learning activities, and to developing meaningful relationshipswith each and every child. If you desire to be part of an exciting movement in education, consider joining our team.MINIMUM REQUIREMENTSValid Idaho Administrator credential preferredMinimum three years teaching experience· Required criminal history background check, physical, and proof of U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien statusROLE & RESPONSIBILITIESMajor responsibilities of the role include, but are not limited to:Share with administrative team the responsibility for protecting health and welfare of studentsInvestigate and resolve all discipline problems in a fair and just mannerOversee all matters of student attendanceCounsel individual students and, when necessary, work with counseling teams to make appropriate referrals for testing,guidance or psychological counselingMake recommendations for appropriate revisions of and assist in the interpretation of programs, policies and proceduresaffecting students’ lives in schoolProvide and maintain appropriate communication with family and community, including law enforcement agencies and thejudicial systemsAdminister attendance office and securityTake on other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Executive DirectorBe an active, engaged and critical member of the Executive Director’s Administrative CabinetCORE COMPETENCIESAn ideal candidate for this role will demonstrate the following and/or have experiences with:Managing, leading, and directing the functions and activities of a K-12 instructional program with a diverse studentpopulationDemonstrating outstanding instructional, organizational, and leadership skillsSystematically analyzing problems, determining alternative problem solutions, and making appropriate and effectivedecisionsCommunicating effectively in oral and written formUnderstanding and carrying out oral and written directions with minimal supervisionEstablishing and maintaining effective organizational, public, and community relationshipsCreative, innovative, funExtraordinary ability to connect with others (highly relational)—especially children.REPORTS TOBuilding PrincipalsEVALUATED BYBuilding PrincipalsSUPERVISESSchool personnel as defined by Executive DirectorCONTRACT 205 DaysSALARY RANGE$65,000 - 75,000– Dependent on experience and/or commensurate skillsSend current resume, application, and letter of interest for this position to: ed.longfield@idahoartscharter.org

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