REPORTS TO: Building PrincipalDEPARTMENT:
JOB DESCRIPTOR: J14SCHEDULE: N D
DATE: July 1, 1995
NATURE AND SCOPE OF JOB:
The associate principal is responsible for assisting the principal in administering the school in a manner consistent with the district's and principal's beliefs, philosophy, policies, and directives.
Administers student discipline in a manner consistent with school and district guidelines and beliefs.
Supervises all non-certified personnel assigned to them in a manner consistent with school and district guidelines and beliefs.
Supervises all certified personnel in a manner consistent with school and district guidelines and beliefs.
Provides for accurate record-keeping in all phases of school life requiring accurate records. Such records include but may not be limited to student achievement, finance, attendance of students and staff, supervising records, and records related to maintenance and safety, as well as all records required by local, state, and national law.
Assists in the development and implementation of curriculum as assigned.
Assists in the development and implementation of measures designed to insure quality instruction.
Communicates and functions with all publics (students, parents, staff, community, etc.) in a manner which facilitates the aims and goals of the school, the district, and public education.
Assists in budget preparation and implementation.
Insures that written and oral communications with all groups related to school life are timely, accurate, and consistent with what is conventionally understood to be proper English.
Functions as principal in the absence of the principal.
Assists in setting, achieving, and assessing goals related to the various school improvement processes.
Conducts follow-up studies.
Conducts fire, tornado, and crisis drills.
Services as a liaison to city, county, state, and national agencies.
Supervises student activities.
Attends student activities.
Builds mater schedules.
Conducts staff meetings.
Attends district meetings and functions.
Drafts and updates student and staff handbooks.
Attends special education meetings.
Assists in the planning and conduct of ceremonial activities.
Assists in the preparation of the Educational Plan.
Assists in the supervision of summer school.
--EMPLOYEES ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR ALL FUNCTIONS OF THIS JOB--
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND MENTAL ABILITY:
Knowledge of curriculum and principles of learning.
Knowledge of CMI and technology.
Ability to speak clearly and concisely.
Ability to weigh options, think clearly and evaluate accurately.
Ability to understand and facilitate needs of various personality type.
Ability to make decisions with sound emotional judgment.
Understand the psychological and physiological development of children.
Ability to develop a plan and make decisions to facilitate its fulfillment.
Must possess the ability to see, hear and talk in order to ascertain teacher effectiveness.
Must be able to walk, write, lift and sit.
Must be able to concentrate with numerous interruptions.
Must be persuasive, alert, creative, and have patience, initiative and reasoning.
EDUCATION, LICENSE, CERTIFICATION OR FORMAL TRAINING
Continued professional growth.
Fire-alarm Control Panel
Timing equipment related to daily bell ringing.
In some buildings, a knowledge of computerized heating system, and/or coal furnaces is helpful.
Be able to stand 20% of the time.
Be able to walk 50% of the time.
Be able to sit 30% of the time.
Be able to lift up to 50 pounds
Be able to carry up to 25 pounds 100 feet.
Be able to push up to 200 pounds 30 feet.
Be able to pull up to 100 pounds 50 feet.
Possess proper stress management techniques.
Be able to work 95% of the time inside.
Be able to work 5% of the time outside.
Be able to work in air conditioned buildings under fluorescent lighting.
Some employees may be occupationally exposed to bloodborne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials based on task and procedures required.