Diamond Bar High School (Math and Science background highly preferred)
Closing Date: March 26, 2021 Salary range $100,214 - $129,786. Additional 2% stipend for a doctorate. A generous benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance. These benefits can be valued at $24,876.
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880 South Lemon Ave Walnut CA 91789 For more information call 909-595-1261 Ext., 31359
Under general direction of the site principal, the Instruction Dean serves to manage and supervise an instructional program division; to assist in the planning, development, and implementation of schoolwide policies, regulations, guidelines, and procedures pertaining to instruction, curriculum, and evaluation; to review, monitor, and coordinate the functions and activities of the instructional staff within each division; and to perform other related functions as directed.
Plan, organize, coordinate, and participate in the development of the site instructional program goals and objectives ·
Collaborate with key stakeholders to design, analyze, and evaluate site program needs and offer recommendations pertaining to instructional program revisions, additions, and/or deletions
Coordinate the selection of textbooks, instructional media, instructional equipment, and materials
Confer, counsel, and advise administrative support and instruction personnel regarding student instructional management problems, issues, and concerns
Participate in the building of the master schedule
Participate in the budget planning process and the development and implementation of expenditure control procedures; Advise and offer recommendations to division club sponsors in the conduct of club functions and activities
Confer with and assists instruction personnel in the resolution of problems, issues, and concerns
Review, monitor, supervise, and evaluate the performance of certificated division personnel and classified staff
Ensure culturally relevant and responsive instruction
Demonstrate equity, access, cultural responsiveness, and inclusivity in decision-making, communication, and processes
Assist in the recruitment and selection of site personnel
Make recommendations concerning the revision and updating of student rules, regulations, and handbooks
May assist in student discipline, attendance, supervision, and activities
May conduct staff development and in-service training programs regarding various division instruction subject matter areas
May serve as chairperson or as a member of various site and District advisory committees
May conduct or participate in parent conferences in resolving student instruction, discipline, attendance, and truancy matters
May assist in the coordination of student financial aid and scholarship programs
Assist in the planning, organization, and conduct of senior student and graduation events and activities
May serve as a liaison to student service community groups
Prepare a variety of management and program evaluation reports as required
JOB REQUIREMENTS – QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge, Ability, and/or Skills Required:
Best practices in secondary curriculum and instruction
Equity, access, and inclusion practices as it relates to students, parents, staff, and other stakeholders
Use and application of technology and innovation, particularly in classroom instruction
Principles, techniques, strategies, goals, and objectives of public education
Methods, techniques, procedures, and strategies concerning the assessment and evaluation of the student instructional and behavior management programs
Current legal mandates, policies, regulations, and operational procedures pertaining to student instruction and discipline
State, county, and local community groups and agencies that provide assistance related to student instruction and student behavior management problems and issues
Human relations strategies, conflict resolution strategies, and team-building principles and techniques
Demonstrate strong and effective organization and leadership skills
Establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships
Engage regularly in collaboration and shared decision-making processes
Demonstrate a high level of interpersonal skills while ensuring high levels of accountability for self and staff
Successfully defuse difficult situations and navigate conflict through conflict mediation, collaboration, and other strategies while using tact, diplomacy, and good judgment
Be receptive to constructive feedback
Build a culture of collaboration and innovation with a growth mindset
Meet demanding timelines and schedules
Effectively motivate, train, and evaluate the performance of assigned staff
Provide specialized resource support and coordination of creative and innovative student instruction programs
Serve as a resource to instruction and management personnel
Establish and maintain effective organization, community, and public relationships
Communicate effectively in oral and written form
Understand and carry out oral and written directions with minimal accountability controls
Three years of successful teaching experience at the secondary level
Equivalent to the completion of an earned master of arts or higher degree from an accredited college or university in educational administration, instructional technology, or a closely related field
Possession of a valid California Administrative Services Credential
A California Administrative Services Credential is Required
Additional Salary Information: Additional 2% stipend for doctorate. Walnut Valley USD has a generous benefit package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance. These benefits can be valued at $24,876
About Walnut Valley Unified School District
Walnut Valley schools have been recognized by both the California State Department of Education and the United States Department of Education. Numerous sites are National Blue Ribbon, California Gold Ribbon, and California Distinguished Schools. These schools are high achieving and have risen to the challenge of educating every child.
The International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement programs at both comprehensive high schools provide students with a challenging academic experience that prepares them to be successful in college. Both programs have been acknowledged for their excellence on the state, federal, and international levels.
Two elementary schools offer the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program. This international curriculum teaches children to be global thinkers through creative thought and inquiry. Funding from a prestigious federal grant provides students with the opportunity to learn Spanish and become proficient bilingual speakers.
Walnut Valley serves a student population of approximately 14,600. The District takes pride in the fact that it develops awareness and appreciation for the cultural and ethnic diversity represen...ted on every campus. Walnut Valley students experience a rigorous academic program. Every student’s progress is monitored and a variety of interventions are offered to learners needing additional assistance. Through personal attention and concerted school team efforts, students are able to meet their post-secondary goals.
The District’s high academic ranking reflects its efforts to provide targeted instruction for students with special learning needs. Students are served by state and federal programs such as Special Education, Title I, and English Language Development. Instructional support centers such as the English Immersion Center (Mandarin and Korean) and the Reading Clinic provide intensive small group instruction.
Walnut Valley students have numerous opportunities to enrich their educational experience through a variety of clubs, athletic teams, and student government. Walnut Valley recognizes the importance of educating the whole child and therefore continues to offer fine arts and performing arts programs to elementary and secondary students.
Walnut Valley is proud of its highly qualified staff. The District recognizes that professional excellence requires teachers to be lifelong learners who continually seek to improve their skills. This includes expanding one’s repertoire of instructional strategies and becoming educational researchers who use data to better meet the learning needs of every student. A number of Walnut Valley teachers are National Board of Professional Teaching Standards certified.
Newly credentialed teachers receive support and training from an outstanding Teacher Induction Consortium. This state-approved program allows teachers to earn their Professional Clear Credential.