Hiring a School Director and an Associate Director for a Christian Private School: PK to 6th.
Salary up to $50,000 for Director.
Must have a Church of Christ background!!
Highly prefer a Master's Degree.
- Have the responsibility of procuring, hiring and firing appropriate and qualified teachers and staff employees upon consultation with the school board president.
- Resolve concerns and disputes that were not handled by the Assistant Director.
- Communicate and collaborate with the Assistant Director about concerns and events happening with students and teachers
- Consult with a Leadership Team composed of a variety of stakeholders on decisions and changes for the school.
- Encourage and support shared leadership among teachers and staff members.
- Speak to concerning student behavior and academics.
- Resolve conflicts and concerns.
- Communicate school events, policies, and procedures.
- Edit all communication with stakeholders for appropriate tone and accurate mechanics.
- Communicate student achievement to parents concerning individual Stanford scores.
- Build positive relationships and connections through such practices as Meet and Greet, dismissal duty, chapel appearances, and school events.
- Collaborate with the business manager and board treasurer to create a school budget which includes enrollment information, salaries, tuition, and other fees.
- Present a financial report concerning overdue tuition on a monthly basis to the school board.
- Review weekly reports with the business manager on tuition and budget concerns.
- Review a yearly report on the budget with the business manager at the close of the fiscal year.
- Discuss which students will receive scholarship allowances as determined by a Scholarship Committee.
- Prepare the agenda for the monthly board meeting and submit for approval to the president prior to the meeting.
- Attend school board meetings.
- Communicate major events in the school with the president.
- Prepare and present an annual report.
- Present a monthly report on overdue tuition.
- Create and submit a yearly calendar for approval.
- Gain knowledge and understanding of the standards issued by the current accrediting body.
- Maintain records that represent evidence of the standards being utilized within the school
- Communicate with all stakeholders the standards that govern the school.
- Analyze and prepare plan of actions to improve the school based on the accreditation standards.
- File compliance reports with the accrediting body.
- Attend conferences and classes to strengthen leadership skills.
- Locate and provide conferences and classes to strengthen skills of teachers and staff based on best practices.
- Present material to teachers that support the goals set forth by the accrediting body
- Participate in conferences and classes on accreditation practices.
- Speak at various events including but not limited to Meet the Teacher, Open House, Auction, Realtor Brunch, etc.
- Represent the school by attending all school events such as Rhyme Time, Kindergarten Christmas Play, Muffins for Moms, Fun Run, Grandparents’ Day, Veteran’s Day, Fun with Fathers, Jog-A-Thon, Academic Meet, National Day of Prayer, etc.
- Edit all communication to stakeholders for appropriate tone and correct writing mechanics.
- Liaison with each group of stakeholders (church, PTO, building manager, community leaders,etc.)
Safety and Security
- Organize, plan, and communicate procedures for maintaining a safe and secure environment to all stakeholders.
- Create a schedule to practice emergency procedure.
- Collaborate and communicate with local authorities such as the police and fire department.
- Responsible for maintaining a positive school culture.