Serve as an Assistant Superintendent of Personnel/Pupil Services under the direction of the Superintendent; to plan, organize, direct and administer the employee recruitment and selection, employment, staff development, transfer, promotion, layoff and separation processes, and risk management; to direct the district’s Pupil Services functions; to directly assist in the development of the district's Attendance and Welfare Program to include inter and intra district agreements; to aid in the planning, development, implementation, and maintenance of operational policies, regulations, and guidelines; to aid in planning, direction, and administrating the District employer/employee relations processes; and to do other related functions as directed.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
This person shall be directly responsible to the Superintendent:
Serve as the advisor to the Superintendent pertaining to personnel management, staff development and employer/employee relation problems, issues, and concerns.
Identify, plan, and establish the goals and objectives of the District personnel management programs and systems.
Plans and supervises department budget preparation and implementation to insure cost effectiveness.
Plan, organize, develop and recommend personnel policies and regulation statements, and operational procedures and guidelines.
Establish and supervises risk management, including student accidents insurance plans, and workman’s compensation.
Serve as the district’s representative in Joint Powers Authorities dealing with workers’ compensation.
Aid in reviewing, analyzing and evaluating pending legislation, legal mandates, regulations and guidelines that may affect the District programs, functions, and activities.
Represents the District on the School Attendance Review Board.
Organize and administer the district’s inter and intra district attendance agreements.
Plan, develop, and implement audit and evaluation procedures to ensure that the personnel management systems, processes, and procedures are pursued in a cost effective and cost beneficial manner.
Plan organize and administer a comprehensive employer/employee relations program.
Directs and assists in the development of the District’s Welfare and Attendance Program.
Serve as the District grievance process coordinator.
Active in seeking out and writing grants in the area of Pupil Services.
Provide leadership and expertise in the budget planning process, particularly pertaining to the utilization of appropriate human and monetary resources.
Supervision Exercised or Received
Under the immediate supervision of the Superintendent.
Five years experience in a responsible public education administrative or supervisory position, including experience in personnel management, employer/employee relations, or similar fields
Graduated from an accredited college or university in educational administration, personnel administration, industrial relation, or other closely related areas.
Possession of a valid administrative credential authorizing service as an elementary level administrator
Valid California driver’s license
Analyze problems and arrive at alternative solutions and recommend a course of action in a timely decisive manner
Communicate effectively in oral and written form
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships
Principles, methods, strategies and techniques for a comprehensive human personnel management program
Organization, management and supervision strategies methods and techniques
Research and development techniques, strategies and procedures
Thorough knowledge of education mandates, laws, and regulations
Additional Salary Information: Medical benefits, w/full family medical plan within the cap, dental vision, and life insurance
About Elementary School District (TK - 6)
Elementary school district with 9 schools servicing students TK-6.