Secondary Director of Teaching and Learning: Sylvania Schools

Posted on April 29th, 2021

Position: Secondary Director of Teaching and Learning
School District: Sylvania Schools
Salary: $102,923
Deadline: 2021-05-14
Qualifications: Master’s degree from an accredited college or university.
State of Ohio Administrator’s or Supervisor’s certification or license.
Current and valid Ohio teaching certification.
Minimum of three years of teaching experience.
Minimum of three years of administrative experience and/or curriculum planning, evaluation experience.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  May include the following tasks, knowledge, abilities, skills, and other characteristics.
Demonstrates collaboration in the decisions affecting academic programs
Promotes the effective integration use of technology
Adheres to all Board of Education policy and guidelines
General Curriculum (6-12 Programs):
Direct development, implementation, and evaluation of professional development programs related to elementary teaching and learning. Work with the Director of Student Data and Assessment, Director of Instructional Technology and building administrators in planning professional development for professional teaching staff.
Direct district-wide continuous curriculum development and improvement for all areas of instruction in grades 6-12 through a correlated and integrated program of instruction.
Provide analysis of the secondary academic measures in the annual Ohio State Report Card for all stakeholders.
Provide guidance and support to high school administration to ensure consistent district direction on graduation-related issues.
Promote and model collaboration for building principals, department chairs, committees, teachers, administrators, and community when making decisions.
Produce curriculum materials, bulletins, brochures, guides, directories and etc., related to newly approved or mandated instructional programs, and distribute those materials to building principals, teachers, and administrators as needed.
Develop curriculum for any course newly mandated by the legislature, Board of Education or by state mandate.
Collaborate with the cabinet in the yearly staffing and scheduling process to provide for responsible allocation of district resources to ensure the continuation of existing programs and growth of new ones.
Participate in Collaborative Teams
Serve on district collaborative committees requiring administration representation as needed.
Participate in collaborative teams outside of the district.
Direct Special Programs
Responsible for the overall operation of the following district-wide special programs:
Career Technical Education (CTE)
College Credit Plus (CCP)
Direct Counseling Programs (Grades 6-12)
Responsible for the overall operation of the district-wide counseling programs for grades 6-12.
Responsible for all budget expenditures related to secondary teaching and learning and career technical education, including, but not limited to purchase orders, supply inventory, equipment inventory, textbook inventory, utilization of grant money. Promote grant writing to supplement the district budget.