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PRINCIPAL OF ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION GRADES 6-12 (#685-22)

Jacksonville North Pulaski School District (learn more)

Jacksonville, Arkansas (map)

Job Details

  • Job ID: 3758444
  • Application Deadline: Posted until Filled
  • Re-posted: January 14, 2022
  • Starting Date: Immediately

Job Description

Position Title:   Principal of Alternative Education Grades 6-12


Department:    Campus Administration


Reports To:      Director of Students Services


Contract:          2022-2023 School Year


Closing Date:    Until Filled


 


 


GOAL    


  • Jacksonville North Pulaski is seeking to develop the premier alternative education program. The successful program Director of ALE/Principal will exemplify the following essential traits. 

ESSENTIAL TRAITS


  • Exhibits an unwavering commitment to serving scholars from diverse backgrounds and with unique social-emotional needs.
  • Demonstrates unwavering respect for challenging scholars. 
  • Develops cooperative relationships with parents, staff, and service providers to foster academic and social growth. 
  • Equips staff with the knowledge, skills, tools, and vision necessary to foster academic and behavioral excellence for all scholars. 

OVERARCHING RESPONSIBILITY


  • Lead the ongoing development, implementation, and improvement of all elements of the secondary alternative education program. 

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Valid Arkansas campus administrator license
  • Master’s degree in the appropriate field
  • Educational Leadership experience or training
  • Agree to identify and complete required training for self and staff. 
  • Such other qualifications as the Jacksonville North Pulaski School District may require
  • Career Ready Certificate is Preferred

 


SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS


  • Ability to manage a budget.
  • Ability to identify, hire, and develop personnel to ensure excellent service to scholars. 
  • Ability to interpret policy, procedures, and data to make informed decisions.
  • Knowledge of community agencies/programs that provide services for adolescents
  • Exceptional organizational, communication, public relations, supervisory, leadership, and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of research-based best practices in the intellectual, physical, emotional, and social success of 6-12 students
  • Possess a servant spirit and commitment to creating a premier culture of learning, leadership, innovation and growth.
  • Demonstrate a professional presence when using personal and cooperative social media accounts

 


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Exercise supervision over 6-12 Alternative Education campus
  • Maintain authority over all campus staff and programs
  • Be accountable to the Director of Student Services, Assistant Superintendents, and Superintendent.

 


  PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Develop, submit, and implement the Alternative Education Program Description
  • Develop and implement district procedure manual, referral processes, and transition procedures. 
  • Ensure robust implementation of all requirements for scholar placement, program implementation, and transitions. 
  • Coordinate with the campus, ALE, and district personnel to ensure the implementation of special and auxiliary services. 
  • Collaboratively develop, implement, and monitor prescriptive scholar success plans
  • Work with the campus, ALE, and district personnel to ensure scholar success
  • Oversee all matters of student attendance and resolution of chronic attendance problems 
  • Develop and maintain productive relationships with community and governmental agencies in regard to problems relating to drug and alcohol abuse, truancy, homelessness, mental health, and other social and disciplinary issues
  • Coordinate scholar transportation with district and campus personnel.
  • Open and close the campus daily
  • Secure approved substitutes for personnel who are absent
  • Ensure a safe, respectful, responsible, and engaging learning environment
  • Oversee, disseminate, and uphold guidelines that promote student success and govern student behavior and safety
  • Prepare reports to local, state, and federal agencies
  • Provide guidance and motivation for scholars to promote the best version of themselves and reach life goals
  • Provide a nurturing, supportive, accountable, and positive school culture that encourages student responsibility
  • Provide a nurturing, supportive, accountable, and positive work environment that encourages staff responsibility and perpetual improvement. 
  • Work with local, state, and federal resources as needed to meet the educational needs of each scholar
  • Exhibit ethical and professional behavior in working with students, parents, school personnel, outside agencies
  • Lead and supervise summer school. 
  • Direct the ALE Program
  • Coordinate District Career and Technical Education programs.
  • Other related duties, as assigned

                                                                                         


The Jacksonville North Pulaski School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


It is the policy of the Jacksonville North Pulaski School District not to discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin or disability in its educational programs, activities or employment practices.

  • Position Type: Full-time
  • Positions Available: 1
  • Job Category: Administrator > Principal/Dean/Head of School
  • Job Requirements

    • No experience required

    Contact Information

    • Tiffany Bone
    • 1414 W Main Street
    • Jacksonville, Arkansas 72206

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