Jerome School District #261
Job Description
  Administrative Positions open for the 2020-2021 school year:
Assignment Description Location
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR - ASST PRINCIPAL JEROME HIGH SCHOOL
DISTRICT - SPECIAL EDUCATION DIRECTR JSD ADMIN BLDG
   

Administrators
Position is 190 days per year, 8 hours per day with comprehensive benefit package and additional days paid.

See Jerome School District Web Site for more information application process: www.jeromeschools.org - Employment Opportunities

PPROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
  1. Valid Idaho Certificate with appropriate endorsement for this position.
  2. Previous experience in teaching and/or administration.
  3. Organizational and leadership skills
  4. High-level communication skills including individual and group skills in mediation, consensus, and problem solving when working with staff, students and patrons.
  5. Ability to work under pressure and deadlines.
  6. Ability to perform duties in accordance with general educational ethical requirements of the Jerome School District and the State Department of Education

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. Develop, direct and administer the budgets for all programs in area of responsibility.
  2. Process and submit required reports, apply for grants, submit and maintain budget and financial reports for areas of responsibility.
  3. Direct development and implementation of district-wide testing program.
  4. Supervise, coordinate and evaluate on an ongoing basis all programs, curriculum, and procedures in areas of responsibility.
  5. Develop and initiate methods for identification, referral and placement of exceptional students, including securing medical and psychological examinations.
  6. Conduct child study team meetings as appropriate.
  7. Maintain cumulative records of all students enrolled in Special Education programs.
  8. Communicate and cooperate with community health and social service in order to implement district policy for referral of students to outside agencies.
  9. Supervise, evaluate and make recommendations for the employment, transfer and release of staff in all areas of responsibility.
  10. Be aware of legal requirements and new developments governing special education in order to comply with federal, state, local, and district guidelines.
  11. Adhere to the Code of Ethics of the Idaho Teaching Profession adopted by the Professional Standard Commission and the State Board of Education.
  12. Any other duties that may be assigned by the Superintendent.
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