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Topeka Public Schools USD 501Building Leader Intern, Elementary/Secondary

Topeka Public Schools USD 501

Building Leader Intern, Elementary/Secondary (7064)

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TitleBuilding Leader Intern, Elementary/Secondary
Posting ID7064
Description

TOPEKA PUBLIC SCHOOLS

 

POSITION TITLE:     Building Leader Intern

 

REPORTS TO:          Principal of the Assigned School 

 

POSITION PURPOSE: 

The job of the Building Leader Intern is to provide assistance to the principal in carrying out the duties related to the education program.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Masters degree in Educational Leadership with building administration licensure
  • Bachelor’s degree with teaching licensure
  • Participation in a leadership academy preferred
  • Desire to become a building leader/administrator
  • Demonstrated successful teaching experience at the related level
  • Evidence of the following:

Ø  Positive working relationships with students, parents, staff and community

Ø  Ability to work in a leadership role

Ø  Strong organization skills

Ø  Effective communication skills

Ø  Objective decision-making

Ø  Team/collaboration skills

Ø  Effectively copes with crises and emergencies

 

PHYSICAL/EMOTIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

The incumbent may be required to use the following skills and abilities during any part of the working day: speaking, hearing, visual, walking/mobility, standing, consistency of temperament, ability to work with a variety of problems at the same time, stamina for working long hours.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Supports the building principal for the purpose of providing assistance with administrative responsibilities
  • Serves as the principal’s designee in the absence of the principal
  • Assists principal with certified and classified evaluations
  • Works with students and parents regarding school-related issues
  • Facilitates tasks relating to school improvement and staff development
  • Prepares written communication for the purpose of keeping staff, students, and/or parents informed and updated on important issues
  • Gathers data and prepares a variety of written materials for the purpose of complying with required reports
  • Shares responsibility for attending meetings and activities, providing input, and functioning as the principal’s designee
  • Assists the principal in administrating budgets
  • Assists the principal in creating and implementing assessment schedules
  • Assists the principal in maintaining positive staff morale
  • Works with principal to effectively:

Ø  Implement a discipline code that is fair and promotes orderliness and student learning

Ø  Protect instructional time by minimizing interruptions to the instructional process

Ø  Coordinate teacher and student schedules to promote maximum learning and minimize conflict

Ø  Maintain high visibility in the school

Ø  Provide for adequate supervision and acceptable student behavior at all school functions

            planned and operated by school personnel

  • Assists in the recruiting, screening, hiring, training, and assigning of the school’s professional staff
  • Assists in insuring the building(s) and grounds are safe and that drills, evacuations, and emergency drills and procedures conform to state directives.
  • Assumes other responsibilities and supervisory duties as assigned by the principal
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Superintendent or his/her designee.

   

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT

Salary and work year to be determined by Board of Education.

 

EVALUATION:

 

Performance of this position will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on evaluation of administrators.

 

Shift TypeFull-Time
Salary Range$65,446.00 / Per Year
LocationTo Be Determined

Applications Accepted

Start Date05/06/2019
End Date07/30/2019