JOB DESCRIPTIONS

Assistant Principal Position Requirements

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Assists the principal in the design and implementation of educational programs that meet the needs of the school. 
  • Coordinate with principals and headquarters staff to assist in defining and enforcing school policies and guidelines for students, staff, and faculty. 
  • Assists the principal in facilitating services for all students in the school. 
  • Participates in school-level activities to design educational philosophy and goals which maximize student growth and potential. 
  • Assists the principal in conducting an on-going assessment of the educational program in the assigned school, including the strengths and areas in need of improvement; the analysis of test results, attendance records, discipline reports; feedback from students, staff, administrators and parents; and other formal and informal data.  
  • Assists the principal in conducting interviews with potential staff members when needed. 
  • Assists the principal in utilizing the resources of the school and community to enhance the educational program.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Demonstrates the ability to lead individuals and get results through others. 
  • Has the ability to think ahead and plan over a 1-2-year time span.
  • Has the ability to organize and manage multiple priorities.
  • Possesses problem analysis and problem resolution at both a strategic and functional level.
  • Collaborates to establish and manage the school’s budgets and resources, including negotiating variances and related reporting. 
  • Possesses strong customer and student orientation.
  • Possesses excellent communication skills: Oral (including presentations), Written, Interpersonal (active listening), Negotiating and Influencing.
  • Has experience leading high-performance teams and is a strong team player.

Athletic Director Position

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Attend all Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) meetings/trainings as well as all district or school meetings regarding school athletic programs.
  • Conduct the athletic program of the school in accordance with rules of the school, the district and the FHSAA.
  • Promote and model good sportsmanship to all student athletes, coaches, parents, and community members through a sportsmanship plan.
  • Work cooperatively with school principal in the hiring and evaluation of athletic coaches and volunteers
  • Prepare an ongoing plan of facility improvements and repairs of the athletic facilities.
  • Oversee the inventory of athletic equipment and supplies, prepare bid specifications and purchase orders for athletic department expenditures.
  • Establish and maintain a cooperative working relationship with local recreational programs, junior high schools, and local businesses and community partners.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of current National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) rules and regulations and disseminate appropriate materials to coaches and student athletes.
  • Help coordinate transportation for the athletic programs.
  • Oversee and encourage the promotion, sale of tickets, and fundraising events of the athletic programs and assume responsibility for receipts and deposits of athletic funds in accordance with established district and state procedures.
  • Coordinate and maintain the athletic department’s scheduling of athletic facilities for all athletic events and activities.
  • Ensure that all student athletes that participate meet the requirements set forth by the FHSAA and district to participate.
  • Ensure the planning and organization of award banquets/ceremonies for athletic teams.
  • Maintain a file of all athletic suspensions/expulsions; insurance documentation; physicals, and other required forms by the FHSAA.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree or Higher
  • Valid Florida Teaching Certification
  • Available Some Nights & Weekends

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Provides direct services that include, but not limited to, individual counseling/student planning, classroom lessons, small group counseling, and preventative and responsive services.  
  • Provides indirect services on behalf of students that include, but not limited to, referrals for additional assistance and consultation or collaboration with parents, teachers, and administrators to create an environment promoting educational equity, access, and success.
  • Uses the skills of leadership, advocacy and collaboration to improve the academic, social/emotional, and post-graduate success of all students.
  • Supports educational and mental health services through preventative and tiered intervention strategies.
  • Coordinate and initiate referrals of students to services and agencies. Collaborates with both school based and community providers to enhance student access to resources.  
  • Collaborates and consults with student services in the analysis of student performance to facilitate placement and development of effective plans to improve academic, social/emotional, and post-graduate outcomes.
  • Assists students in making appropriate choices of school courses of study, in making transitions from one school level to another, and in exploring post-secondary options.
  • Consults with parents/guardians to support the social/emotional, educational, and occupational well-being of all students.
  • Collaborates with leadership teams to ensure that resources are directed toward meeting students’ needs that promote social/emotional and academic development.
  • Participates in training programs to keep current practices, community opportunities, district initiatives and programs, and legal issues.  
  • Communicates school counseling services and programs to school staff, parents, and community.
  • Reviews and disaggregates achievement, attendance, behavior, graduation, and post-secondary data to identify and implement interventions, advance student outcomes, and promote equity.
  • Uses legal and ethical decision-making based on standards and principles of the school counseling profession and educational systems.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Valid Florida Certification in Guidance and Counseling, K-12
  • Master’s Degree or higher in Counseling or School Counseling

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Responsible for cleaning various areas within the schools including restrooms, offices, hallways, common areas. This involves sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, dusting, and sanitizing all surfaces.
  • Responsible for emptying trash bins and disposing of waste properly.
  • Maintain overall appearance of the school by doing tasks such as buffing, waxing, and polishing floors as well as cleaning carpets and rugs.
  • Knowledge on school safe chemicals.
  • Assists in various routine electrical tasks, such as, hanging lights, digging conduit ditches, etc. or assists a specialist in performing more complex electrical activities, such as, wiring classrooms, intercoms, fixing circuit boards, amplifiers, alarm systems, and audio visual equipment, etc.
  • Assists in various activities relating to final completion and/or preventive maintenance of school buildings such as repairing locks, adjusting doors, hanging wall boards, assembling furniture, playground equipment, etc.
  • Performs various grounds maintenance activities including but not limited to mowing grass, loading/unloading supplies and leveling dirt.
  • Cleans work area by picking up tools, sweeping and spraying as necessary.
  • Completes work orders and records various information.
  • Locates equipment and tools and loads them on trucks if applicable to the job being performed.
  • Performs other tasks of a similar nature or level as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience as a School Custodian/Maintenance worker.
  • Ability to physically lift up to fifty pounds 
  • Must have appropriate valid Florida Driver’s License while maintaining a safe driving record during employment

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

    • Coordinate and monitor the curricular program of the school to maximize student learning; conduct staff meetings as needed to meet student instructional needs and adhere to Standards established by FLDOE.
    • Lead school advisory council activities and execute improvement plans.
    • Manage utilization of school facilities and ensure proper security, maintenance and cleanliness of school grounds.
    • Be responsible for timely and accurate submission of all required school records/reports into the district database.
    • Participate in professional development activities and encourage the professional development of staff including training to accurately report FTE participation, student performance, school safety, and discipline data.
    • Be responsible for effective business management operations, the development of a school budget and efficient cost accounting.
    • Be responsible for effectively implementing school/district personnel procedures including: interviewing, hiring, evaluating staff.
    • Coordinate supervision of extra-curricular activities and related duties.
    • Provide a safe learning environment through preparation and implementation of emergency evacuation plans, fire drills, etc.
    • Implement programs designed to meet the needs of special student populations (Ex. ESE, Title I, 504s, Drop Out Prevention, etc.).
    • Be responsible for proper receipt and accounting of all school board property and maintaining an accurate property inventory.
    • Provide for the purchase of appropriate textbooks, equipment and other instructional materials necessary to meet the needs of the students.
    • Oversee performance of all personnel employed at the school site.
  • Lead implementation of the district/state assessments designed and adopted to measure.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Has the ability to think ahead and plan over a 1-2-year time span.
  • Has the ability to organize and manage multiple priorities.
  • Possesses problem analysis and problem resolution at both a strategic and functional level.
  • Collaborates to establish and manage the school’s budgets and resources, including negotiating variances and related reporting. 
  • Possesses strong customer and student orientation.
  • Possesses excellent communication skills: Oral (including presentations), Written, Interpersonal (active listening), Negotiating and Influencing.
  • Has experience leading high-performance teams and is a strong team player.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Establish a safe, respectful and inclusive classroom climate conducive to learning. 
  • Guides the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
  • Demonstrate an interest in and a willingness to assist students inside and outside the classroom.
  • Maintain a growth mindset toward student learning, teaching practice, and personal/collective professional development.
  • Demonstrate preparation of standards-based lessons in alignment with measures of student progress.
  • Demonstrate general knowledge of the subject area.
  • Adapt instruction through a multi-tiered system of support to meet the learning needs of all students.
  • Maintain a positive relationship and ongoing communication with students, families, colleagues, and supervisors.
  • Communicate effectively with others and exhibit a willingness to share ideas and talents with colleagues.
  • Evaluate students’ progress through a variety of informal and formal assessments on an ongoing basis to inform instruction.
  • Maintain and update appropriate documentation of student progress.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Currently possess a valid Florida Teaching Certification, or eligible to receive one.
  • Certified in-field for position being taught.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Provide professional knowledge and social work skills to help identify and resolve students’ adjustment, attendance, and/or achievement in school.
  • Maintain knowledge and understanding of school laws, policies, and best practices regarding provision of services related to: compulsory attendance, child abuse/neglect, school entry/health requirements, exceptional student education, substance abuse, homelessness, discipline and other pertinent areas.
  • Accept all appropriate referrals through established intake procedures and respond to these requests as stated in school board policy.
  • Assist parents with the culture of the family, that supports, and enhances parental interest in their child’s school placement, the school’s operating procedures, state and federal laws, and how to gain access to and effectively utilize appropriate education placement for students.
  • Complete written Social and Developmental History reports in a timely manner and communicate results to determine appropriate educational placement for students.
  • Make home visitations to discuss student issues with parent/guardian and develop plans with parent/guardian and school staff for solutions.
  • Assist in on-going coordination between community agencies and the school system.
  • Seek to secure assistance for families who cannot provide the basic needs of food, clothing, and medical services.
  • Serve as consultant upon request of the principal concerning instances of child abuse, Florida Statute 282.041.
  • Maintain accurate records, logs, statistics, and reports for effective communication, documentation, accountability, and program evaluation.
  • Provide all activities appropriate for School Social Workers in a professional, ethical manner that is consistent with laws governing privacy and confidentiality of educational records, as well as best practices dictated by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work
  • Currently possess a valid Florida License as Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or Registered Clinical Social Work Intern
  • Currently possess or eligibility to receive a valid Florida Educator’s Certificate showing certification in school social worker

CONTACT

Samantha Flynn
904-544-5348 (cell)
904-569-0006 (fax)