Deputy Superintendent of Teaching and Learning

Coeur d'Alene School District North Tip / Coeur d' Alene Director/Coordinator/Manager Not Applicable Full Time Apply no later than 5/25/2022Posted 15D ago

About this job

SUPERVISOR: SuperintendentSUPERVISES: 1. Assistant Superintendent -Elementary. 2. Assistant Superintendent -Secondary. 3. Director of Special Services. 4. Director of Federal Programs & Assessment. 5. Coordinator of Curriculum.

PRIMARY FUNCTION: The Deputy Superintendent serves as the Superintendent in the absence of the Superintendent; provides day-to-day leadership for the School District; provides leadership and direction to all departments to ensure alignment and attainment of strategic plan objectives and goals; represents the Superintendent, as appropriate, at official school and community functions; and informs the Superintendent of changes in trends, laws, rules, or regulations. The Deputy Superintendent also advises the Superintendent on issues within the school district; communicates with the School Board and the community regarding district programs; ensures compliance with state and federal regulations; administers the school district’s budget; and supervises all Assistant Superintendents and other staff, as appropriate.

Experience as an Assistant Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent or comparable position preferred.
Master's degree in Education Administration; Superintendent Certification; Preferred candidates willhold a doctoral degree in educational leadership.
Five years of successful teaching experience, counselor experience and/or building administration experience preferred.
Hold or be eligible for an Idaho Education Credential endorsed in Superintendent.
Demonstrate excellent organizational skills and the ability to motivate and lead staff.
Knowledge and experience with curriculum development, program evaluation, child growth and development, effective instructional strategies, classroommanagement, learningassessment and diagnosis across the K-12 spectrum, and research related to learning.
A commitment to PLC’s.
Understanding of High Reliability Schools preferred.
Ability to effectively prioritize work, meet multiple deadlines, and adjust to changing workloads and priorities;
Ability to create, analyze, and interpret complex documents and data, such as reports, budgets andassessment results in order to inform program decisions and recommendations.
High level of customer service and interpersonal skills;
Ability to establish rapport and collaborative relationships with all constituents of the district and local community
Demonstrated effective leadership ability in working with students, staff, parents and the public.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Deputy Superintendent of Schools shall:
Evaluate the performance of assigned personnel in accordance with law, code, and Board policy including Assistant Superintendents, Directors, or Coordinators.
Evaluate and recommend to the Superintendent of Schools innovative ideas to enhance student academics.
Assist in the determination of types of programs needed by the District and make appropriate recommendations for student academics.
Report on the status of district academic programs at the request of the Superintendent.
Serve as the acting Superintendent of the District in cases of the Superintendent’s absence.
Support the Superintendent in the continuous review and revision of the district’s strategic plan and in concurrent efforts to measure progress toward its attainment.
Coordinate the support services with the operational needs of the District.
Coordinate accountability efforts through the systematic gathering and reporting of meaningful data regarding the operations of the central office and schools.
Continually monitor and evaluate the performance and effectiveness of division wide programs and services; provides feedback to subordinates and others; and recommends program modifications as needed.
Appoint and chair committees to address division wide concerns within assigned area of responsibility.
Ensures that the Superintendent is kept fully informed about matters within the school district divisions, and advises the Superintendent on such issues.
Establishes an effective working relationship with the State Superintendent and School Board in order to accomplish goals and objectives.
Attend School Board meetings/work sessions; and prepares and presents report for the School Board as requested and directed.
Prepare and monitor assigned budget.
Review and authorize requests for the purchase of department materials.
Ensure a sound organizational structure for operations; supervise, evaluate, and direct the work of assigned personnel.
Communicate with internal and external audiences on local, state and national levels to articulate information regarding division programs.
Direct the preparation of reports as required.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS-required with or without a reasonable accommodation:
Effective communication capabilities to discern verbal conversation
Comprehend the meaning of words and respond effectively
Visual acuity to comprehend written work, prepare, review, and organize documents and observe classroom and student activities
Manual dexterity to perform repetitive hand/wrist/arm motions and to operate a computer and office equipment
Personal mobility, flexibility, and balance which permits the employee to work in an office environmentand travel around the district and community as necessary

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:Exempt Position working for twelve (12) months. This position is contracted on an Idaho State Approved Administrator Contract.
SALARY: Determined by the Board
BENEFITS: Annual leave of 20 days per year; Other benefits as provided certificated Staff
EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of Board’s Policy on Evaluation of Administrative Staff.

Equal Opportunity Employer Statement

Coeur d'Alene 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.