Posting your resume to our Resume Bank has gotten even easier with our new LinkedIn Resume Import feature. Click here to get started!

Search for Jobs

41 Results
Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools
Wisconsin Rapids, WI, United States
9 days ago
Klein Independent School District
TX, US
Jobs from the Web
KORNFERRY
Philadelphia, PA, US
Jobs from the Web
Halloran Consulting Group
Boston, MA, US
Jobs from the Web
Brockton Public Schools
Brockton, MA, US
Jobs from the Web
Evergreen Public Schools
Vancouver, WA, US
Jobs from the Web
Vizient, Inc.
Remote, US
Jobs from the Web
Hudson City School District
Hudson, NY, US
Jobs from the Web
Beekmantown Central School District
West Chazy, NY, US
Jobs from the Web
Beekmantown Central School District
West Chazy, NY, US
Jobs from the Web
ZS Associates
Princeton, NJ, US
Jobs from the Web
Mondelēz International
East Hanover, NJ, US
Jobs from the Web
Prolytix
Essex Jct, VT, US
Jobs from the Web
TEECOM
Remote, US
Jobs from the Web
Kyndryl, Inc.
New York, NY, US
Jobs from the Web
PepsiCo
Purchase, NY, US
Jobs from the Web
PepsiCo
Valhalla, NY, US
Jobs from the Web
1 - 25 Results of 41
Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools
Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, United States
9 days ago

Description

The Middle School Associate Principal (AP) provides building leadership with a primary focus on student learning and behavioral supports. Working closely with the Building Principal and another AP in the building, the Associate Principal helps facilitate a shared vision, collaboration among all staff members, and works in a proactive fashion to meet the needs of students and staff while effectively utilizing available resources and maintaining a safe, supportive school climate.

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Wisconsin DPI license certification #5051 (PK-12 Principal is required).
2. Possess a Master’s Degree (or higher) from an accredited college or university. Graduate work should include school administration, supervision, school business administration, curriculum/instruction, educational measurement/assessment, personnel, and school law.
3. Three years of demonstrated, successful experience as a teacher.
4. At least three or more years of demonstrated, successful experience in leadership roles.
5. Demonstrated skills in organizing ideas and presenting them in a variety of modalities (oral, written, presentational, etc.) with clarity and conciseness.
6. Demonstrated sound judgment, social competency, adaptability, self-confidence, emotional maturity, initiative, innovation, enthusiasm and resourcefulness, strong organizational skills, and dedication to duty.
7. Demonstrated successful skills in: communication and/or collaboration with students, staff, parents, and members of the community; establishing and maintaining relationships based on mutual confidence, trust, and respect; ability to make decisions independently and/or lead group decision-making; identifying challenges and problems and their resolutions.
8. Ability to bring diverse cultural and ethnic perspectives to the school and District, and promote efforts to meet the needs of traditionally underrepresented students.
9. Such alternatives or additional qualifications as deemed necessary or desirable.

REPORTS TO: Middle School Principal
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
1. Follow the Mission Statement and Strategic Plan of the Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools.
2. Assist with the development, implementation, and evaluation of the instructional, curricular, and assessment/measurement programs within the school. Collaborate with District personnel and other colleagues for the same purpose.
3. Clearly and in a timely manner, assist with the communication of District and school goals, procedures, objectives, Board policies, and relevant school matters to staff, parents, and school community.
4. Strive to create a cohesive school community, including but not limited to parents, teachers, staff, and students.
5. Work closely with the Building Principal and relevant departments and staff members to implement the educational program by conducting needs assessments, coordinating curriculum, identifying best instructional practices, identifying and implementing potential innovative methods to improve programming, conducting professional development programs in accordance with the District Professional Development Plan, maintain records, and communicate effectively 
with District personnel.
6. Support best educational uses of technology are utilized for instruction.
7. Promote efforts on diversity, establish best practices and utilize skills to remove barriers for students of diverse backgrounds.
8. Assist in the development of short and long term school improvement plans that are driven by student achievement data and District goals and objectives, supporting a vision for teaching and learning with students, staff, and parents.
9. Works collaboratively with elementary, middle, and high school administrators and relevant personnel in improving the articulation of the program with elementary, middle, and high schools.
10. Assist with developing, implementing, and monitoring the effective use of capital outlay and purchase/replacement of equipment and supplies.
11. Maintain high standards of student conduct and assist with student supervision and discipline in the building, on school grounds, and at all school events.
12. Work with the Building Principal to identify staffing needs in order to request additional staff in a timely manner with sound rationale. Assist with the recruitment, employment, assignment, discipline, and dismissal of staff.
13. Assist with supervising, observing, and evaluating school staff according to District policy and the Employee Handbook. Ensure staff have a full understanding of, and satisfactorily perform in their duties, roles, and responsibilities.
14. Assist in oversight and implementation of interns, student teachers, and practicum students assigned to the building.
15. Facilitate and lead small and large groups as necessary to accomplish specific tasks and/or goals.
16. Assist in leading consistent and effective staff meetings and conduct new employee orientation in conjunction with other departments, and professional development in conjunction with the District Professional Development plan.
17. Serve as mediator between and among staff, and staff and parents, as needed.
18. Assist in the development and recommendation of a building budget, and monitor the expenditure of school funds as requested by the Building Principal.
19. Assist in the organization of and direct the work of advisory groups, building leadership teams, instructional leaders, student council, committees, etc., as needed.
20. Assist in the oversight of student and parent orientation; scheduling/staffing; programming; attendance; grade reports; surveys; counseling reports; assessment/testing reports; and District, state, and national reports.
21. Assist in supervising the student health program, including the accurate and timely reporting of incidents.
22. Help to coordinate parent-teacher conferences, open houses, special programs, etc.
23. Engage with parent advisory groups and other community organizations to benefit education, and participate in community affairs.
24. Work with the Building Principal to collaborate and coordinate with the Director of Pupil Services and related staff to provide services and programming for students with exceptional educational needs.
25. Participate in District planning and decision-making regarding middle school issues.
26. Implement Board policies, accepting the responsibility while sharing the authority, in meeting the needs of the school.
27. Develop and maintain a shared decision-making process involving students, teachers, parents, and citizens whenever appropriate.
28. Counsel students and communicate with the students’ parents/guardians and community agencies regarding student mental health issues, discipline, compulsory attendance, special assignments, report cards, failure notices, and staffing.
29. Work cooperatively with social welfare agencies, law enforcement and community support agencies, and health departments.
30. Assist to ensure there is accurate collection, handling, depositing, and reporting of school money, including school activity fees.
31. Assist in the oversight of school records, pupil accounting records, business records, and personnel records which are required by law, Board of Education policy, and/or the Superintendent. Skillfully apply all statutes, rules, regulations, case law, and School Board policies concerning student records, enrollment, discipline, employee records, hiring practices, working conditions, and contractual obligations.
32. Assist with conducting fire drills, tornado drills, school violence event drills, and other emergency drills. 
33. Assist the Director of Transportation and bus companies with student busing issues.
34. Assist with inspecting the building regularly and reporting needs for care, maintenance, repair, safety, and security to the Building Principal and/or Director of Buildings and Grounds as appropriate. Assist in oversight of security procedures and key control/access to the building.
35. Keep abreast of current research, innovations and trends, maintain continuous professional development in the area of education, and provide pertinent information to the Building Principal, Superintendent, and other District personnel as appropriate.
36. Attend middle school evening program functions. Attend Board meetings and District level committee meetings as required. Actively engage in District leadership teams as appropriate.
37. Travel between District buildings as needed in compliance with the District driving policy.
38. Perform other duties as assigned by the Middle School Principal or Superintendent.

WORK ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
1. Normal office environment and moderate noise levels.
2. Must be able to sit for extended periods of time and work extended hours.
3. Work involves walking or standing for brief periods of time.
4. Must be able to have repetitive wrist/hand/finger movement to work on computer and/or related office equipment.
5. May occasionally be required to grasp, reach, and stoop/kneel/crouch.
6. May frequently exert ten (10) to twenty (20) pounds of force to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects.
7. May occasionally be exposed to potentially hazardous bodily fluids.
8. Work requires frequent travel within and occasionally, outside the District.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
1. 215-day contract
2. Salary to be determined by the Board of Education
3. Daily schedule and work hours to be determined based on the needs of the building



Job Information

  • Job ID: 63916987
  • Location:
    Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, United States
  • Position Title: Middle School Associate Principal
  • Company Name For Job: Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools
  • Job Function: Associate Principal,
    Principal-Assistant,
    Principal-Middle
  • Min Education: Master's Degree
  • Min Experience: 3-5 Years

Please refer to the company's website or job descriptions to learn more about them.

View Full Profile

Jobs You May Like
Filters
Job Function
Industry
State