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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Asst. Superintendent for Personnel20-19

This is a cabinet level administrative position involving leading, facilitating, planning and supervising the personnel function for the school district in such a way as to maximize the educational opportunities and benefits available to each individual child through the recruitment, hiring and retention of the most highly qualified staff members, supporting the development and needs of school district personnel, and enhance the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the school district.

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Superintendent of Schools

SUPERVISES:  Personnel Office Staff Members

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Plans and directs a program for recruitment, selection, assignment, performance and retention of the best qualified staff members.
  2. Administers provisions of the Education Law, Civil Service Law, and Commissioner’s Regulations as they apply to the employment of certificated personnel.
  3. Serves as a member of Central Office Staff and Administrative Team.
  4. Responds to questionnaires, surveys, statistical studies, etc., from research or professional organizations, and conducts such research as may be requested by the Superintendent of Schools.
  5. Supports Superintendent in his/her overall administrative efforts and keeps him/her informed of pertinent personnel issues.
  6. Maintain Data Security as applicable
  7. Maintain confidentiality with staff, student, and family information
  8. Regular use of school email
  9. Attend meetings as needed

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Recruitment

  • Coordinates all details involving recruitment of administrators, teachers, and non-instructional personnel.
  • Confers with Superintendent and District administrative staff to determine annual personnel needs.
  • Acts as liaison between school and professional placement offices.
  • Processes all teacher applications and application requests.
  • Evaluates credentials and coordinates interview process.
  • Develops lesson observation for candidates and monitors probationary teacher and administrator performance.
  • Interviews candidates as requested.
  • Provides recruitment materials to college placement offices for distribution to prospective candidates.
  • Establishes contacts with area school personnel directors to assure a mutual exchange of information relative to recruitment and personnel management.
  • Coordinates the recruitment and employment of substitute teachers, and maintains accurate records of same.

Professional Development

  • Responsible for administration of APPR process and evaluation of certified staff not covered by Ed. Law 3012.
  • Works closely with Mentor Teachers and Building Principals to monitor performance of probationary and tenured staff members.
  • Facilitate improvement plans for staff members requiring remediation.
  • Coordinates the processing of required employment documents for instructional personnel.
  • Conduct reviews and monitors performance indicators as needed.
  • Assists building principals with orientation of new staff members.
  • Conducts individual meetings with certified staff.
  • Serves as Chairperson of the District Inservice Professional Credit Committee.
  • Serves as member of Teacher Awards Committee.

Management of Personnel Data

  • Maintains accurate records of graduate/inservice credits earned by staff.
  • Prepares and distributes salary statements and adjustments to teaching staff.
  • Works closely with central office and building administrators on specific issues regarding teacher certification.
  • Informs teachers of certification status and requirements.
  • Maintains accurate records of transfers, leave of absences, tenure, and seniority.
  • Assumes responsibility for teachers’ personnel files, maintaining records of evaluations and confidential materials.
  • Prepares personnel cost projections for budget purposes.
  • Prepares statistical analyses of professional staff as requested.
  • Prepares personnel agenda for monthly meetings of the Board of Education.
  • Works closely with payroll office personnel for salary administration.
  • Coordinates annual Basic Educational Data System report for State Education Department.
  • Prepared local, state, and federal surveys and statistical reports as requested or required.

Labor Relations

  • Serves as member of district’s team during negotiations with teaching and non-teaching personnel.
  • Assists in the formulation of district proposals.
  • Conducts appropriate research for the development of statistical data required for negotiations.
  • Assists in the administration of the negotiated agreement.
  • Prepares required documentation for grievance administration.
  • Supervises final writing, publication, and distribution of agreement.
  • Writes job descriptions for specific positions as requested.
  • Makes annual revisions of personal sections in district’s Faculty Manual.
  • Conducts conferences with individual staff members whenever necessary.
  • Develops and revises personnel forms as necessary for compliance with applicable laws and efficient management practices.

Additional Responsibilities

  • All additional responsibilities and tasks as assigned by the Superintendent of Schools.

 

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:

            The position of Assistant Superintendent for Personnel is a twelve-month tenure track position. Salary and fringe benefits are established by the Board of Education.

 

EVALUATION:

            Performance in this position will be evaluated at least annually by the Superintendent of Schools.

Competitive executive salary based on experience
Assistant Superintendent for Business20-27

Victor is searching for an Assistant Superintendent for Business who will lead and manage business operations of the District including, but not limited to all aspects of a $78 million dollar budget, accounting, payroll, purchasing, the administration of contracts, and other fiscal services in such a manner as to maximize the impact of District resources in support of the District’s programs and facilities. 

Salary:  Competitive executive level salary commensurate with experience.  Comprehensive benefits package.  Deadline for application:  November 9, 2020  Anticipated Start Date: February 1, 2021

Please complete the Online Application through the Job Opportunities link at www.victorschools.org and upload a letter of interest, list of three references, copies of your New York State Education Department administrative certificates and college transcripts.

JOB DESCRIPTION

TITLE:           Assistant Superintendent for Business

The Assistant Superintendent for Business will serve as the School Business Official, under the direction of the Superintendent of Schools, will lead and manage business operations of the District including, but not limited to all aspects of a $74 million dollar budget, accounting, payroll, purchasing,, the administration of contracts and other fiscal services in such a manner as to maximize the impact of District resources in support of the District’s programs and facilities. 

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Superintendent of Schools

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.        Bachelors Degree (Masters preferred); possesses or is eligible for NYS certification as SDA, SBA, SDBL, or for Ontario County Civil Service appointment as a School Business Manager; supervisory experience preferred.

2.         Have a minimum of five years of successful business, accounting and/or administrative experience (preferably in a NYS public school district); or meet minimum Civil Service qualifications.

3.         Ability to follow directives and work effectively as a member of the Superintendent's cabinet.

4.         Demonstrates ethical and moral leadership and acts in a respectful, responsible manner.

5.         Hold high and clear expectations for students, staff, and self.

6.         Possess exemplary interpersonal skills and works effectively with staff at all levels of the organization and the school community.

7.         Possess a leadership style that fosters collaboration.

8.         Possesses exemplary communication (oral, aural, written, electronic) and technology skills.

9.         Possesses the ability to analyze and problem solve complex financial matters and effectively communicate recommendations.

10.       Can apply the District's vision and mission to budget development and financial management.

11.       Possesses the ability to develop both short and long-term financial analyses.

12.       Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Superintendent of Schools may find appropriate and acceptable.

SUPERVISES:  School Business Employees, Director of Food Service, Director of Transportation, Director of Facillities

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

Fiscal Management

1.         Leads the fiscal operations of the District, including accounting, payroll, purchasing,  ancillary service, e.g. duplicating, and the administration of contracts;

2.         Administer all aspects of the state and federal aid and other revenue functions;

3.         Administers budget planning and control procedures;

4.         Assumes primary responsibility for compiling and presenting the various budgets of the District;

5.         Develop long range financial plans for the various District budgets, and the debt service schedule;

6.         Administer the District’s investment program;

7.         Coordinate the planning and implementation of physical plant renovation,  expansion and development;

8.         Manage the development and revision schedule for contracts for materials,  services, leased space and other matters between the District and the various vendors and lessees.

                                                                                  District Operations                                                               

1.         Administer the District’s student transportation program;

2.         Administer the School Lunch and Breakfast Program and cafeteria services.

3.         Administer the district risk management program, audits insurance coverage and conducts insurance program review.

4.         Regular use of school email.

5.         Attends meetings as needed.

Data and Compliance

1.         Administers all local, state and federal reporting functions that relate to the business affairs of the District;

2.         Recommends policy formulation and revision as appropriate to these performance responsibilities;

3.         Develops studies, reports and provides data from the areas noted in the above performance responsibilities as may be required by the Superintendent;

4.         Promotes effective school/community relations by describing matters dealing with these performance responsibilities as may be required by the Superintendent.

5.         Maintain Data Security as applicable.

6.         Maintain confidentiality with staff, student, and family information.

Labor Relations

1.         Serve as member of district’s team during negotiations with teaching and non-teaching personnel.

2.         Assist in the formulation of district proposals.

3.         Conduct appropriate research for the development of statistical data required for negotiations.

4.         Assist in the administration of negotiated agreements.

5.         Assumes additional responsibilities as may be deemed necessary by the Superintendent of Schools.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:

The position of Assistant Superintendent for Business is a twelve-month tenure track position. Salary and fringe benefits as established by the Board of Education.

EVALUATION:

Performance in this position will be evaluated at least annually by the Superintendent of Schools.

 

Application Procedure: Interested applicants should complete an application form on-line through the “Job Information” page on: www.VictorSchools.orgCopies of certifications and supporting documentation must be attached to the on-line application form. A credentials file or its equivalent should also be supplied on-line.

 

PUBLIC NOTICE: Title IX/Section 504 – Non-Discrimination Policy

The Victor Central School District hereby advises students, parents, employees, and the general public that it offers employment and educational opportunities, including vocational education opportunities, without regard to sex, age, race, color, national origin, or handicap.  Inquiries regarding this non-discrimination policy may be directed to:  Title IX Coordinator and Section 504 Coordinator, Roni Puglisi, Victor Central School, Victor, NY 14564.  (585) 924-3252.

 

Competitive executive salary based on experience

The Board of Education shall provide, through a positive and effective affirmative action program, equal opportunities for employment, retention and advancement of all people regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, sexual orientation, political affiliation, sex, age, martial status or disability.