Summary

Principal & Administrative | Elementary | Justice Alan Page Elementary

Description

Position:  Assistant Principal
Work Schedule: 
236 Days/Year, Full-time
Start Date: As soon as possible.
Pay: DOQ, Salary Schedule can be found in the Principal Contract
Benefits:  Benefits are available per the Principal labor agreement

Required Qualifications:

  • MN K-12 administrative license
  • At least five years of teaching experience and teaching leadership experience
  • Ability to build strong relationships with students, families, staff, and community
  • Must be an instructional leader who can support and facilitate the professional learning of his or her staff and is focused on continuous improvement in student learning
  • Experience working with a discipline philosophy which is focused on validating and affirming student differences while maintaining a safe, focused and supportive school climate
  • Demonstrates understanding of his/her own identity, intercultural competence, and ability to collaborate effectively across differences
  • Leads with an equity lens to close learning and opportunity gaps and address disproportionality¬†
  • Demonstrates ability to lead change, have courageous conversations, resolve conflicts, commitment to implementing data-informed decisions
  • Commitment to developing a culture where an equity lens is used to make decisions based on evidence
  • Reflective, receptive to feedback
  • Shows effective skills in staff motivation, supervision, instructional improvement, curriculum development and on-site management
  • Possesses excellent public relations, interpersonal and problem-solving skills

 Leadership Qualifications:

  • Proven successful experiences leading in an urban setting comprised of a diverse student population
  • Willingness and ability to create clear expectations for staff and students and hold students and staff accountable to those expectations
  • Strong collaborator and communicator, demonstrates effective communication with diverse students, teachers, parents and community population
  • Compassionate, charismatic, and a leader with integrity
  • Ability to support the creation of a long-term vision and mission for the school as well as collaboratively develop and execute school improvement plans in order to meet short-term goals
  • Knowledge of balanced comprehensive curriculum
  • A proven commitment to community service and ability to develop community partnerships
  • Commitment to staff development, especially in the area of teacher leadership development
  • Strong understanding of special education ¬†
  • Proven experience in providing meaningful recognition and support to staff and students

 

ISD 622 is an equal opportunity employer and supports an inclusive workplace environment.