Education Support Services (ESS) - Superintendent, Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa Regional Occupation Program (CRY ROP). San Bernardino County. Deadline: Monday, April 17, 2023 at 5:00 pm. Competitive salary and benefits. Apply at www.edjoin.org. Contact search advisors: Joe Condon: email@example.com or Gary Rutherford: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa Regional Occupation Program (CRY ROP) is located in Redlands, California. Serving Colton USD, Redlands USD and Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint USD. Through its strategic action planning process, CRY-ROP builds a demand-driven CTE system by responding to real workforce development needs and state, regional, and local labor market realities and priorities, through strengthened curricula, professional development, data collection and use, and direct linkages with business and industry. The CRY-ROP mission and the California Career Technical Education State Plan provide the framework from which the action plan priorities have been derived.
The Governing Board of CRY-ROP derives its power and exists under the Constitution and Acts of the Legislature of the State of California, the procedures of the California State Board of Education, and the Joint Powers Agreement signed by the Colton Joint Unified School District, the Redlands Unified School District, and the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District.
The Governing Board consists of six regular members, two from each of the participating districts. The term of office for members elected in regular elections is two years. Each year, each participating district elects a member to serve a two-year term.
The candidate must have the background, skills, and abilities essential for excellence in educational leadership. The Governing Board works with the Superintendent to fulfill its major responsibilities, which include:
Setting the direction for the district through a process that involves the community, parents/guardians, students, and staff and is focused on student learning and achievement
Establishing an effective and efficient organizational structure for the district
Providing support to the Superintendent and staff as they carry out the Board’s direction
Ensuring accountability to the public for the performance of the ROP programs
Providing community leadership and advocacy on behalf of students, the ROP’s educational program, and public education in order to build support within the local community and at the state and national levels
Three to five years of successful administrative experience in CTE/ROP or related field
California Administrative Services Credential
Competitive compensation package based on qualifications and experience; a multi-year contract will be considered by the Board
Minimum of three (maximum of five) current Letters of Recommendation
Monday, April 17, 2023 at 5:00 PM
The Board of Education has retained advisors Dr. Gary Rutherford and Dr. Joe Condon from Education Support Services (ESS) to facilitate a confidential search to recruit the most highly qualified candidate for this position. Any contact with individual Board members during the recruitment or selection phase of the search will result in a candidate’s disqualification from the process.
Selected finalists will be invited to interview with the Board. For more information, please contact:
Education Support Services Group (ESS) provides a comprehensive menu of services for governing boards, superintendents, senior management teams, school districts, and community colleges. ESS offers direct support in leadership development, governance, executive search services, labor relations, human resources management, fiscal services, and facility planning.