Riverview, FL 33569
Salary: $43,000.00 to $53,000.00 /year
Assistant Campus Director (Assistant School Principal)
Kid’s Community College Charter Schools (KCC) are not-for-profit public schools located in Riverview, FL, serving K-12 students. Each of our campuses is accredited by one or more of the following institutions: NAC, NCA, AdvancedED, IB and NAF.
We dedicate ourselves to the well-being and educational success of EVERY child by taking a leadership role in providing top-rated, accredited, high-quality care giving services, higher learning, community enrichment and promoting cultural diversity.
KCC recognizes that our students and staff are paramount to our collective success. Our students rest at the core of who we are – but our KCC associates are the heartbeat.
The families we serve trust us with their children and we do not take this responsibility lightly. Our services are people intensive and it takes good people – associates who hold themselves to the highest standards of performance and ethical behavior – to achieve the vision, mission, and goals in our pursuit to provide the highest possible, world-class education.
As a KCC associate, YOU are an integral member of the KCC team. We realize that what sets us apart from other educational institutions is YOU. Our KCC associates are motivated, intelligent, resourceful, caring and above all, committed to providing high quality educational services and doing their best in terms of performance and their dedication to our team.
Under the supervision of the Campus Director, the Assistant Director, assists in the performance of the various leadership responsibilities, which are critical to the successful administration of the school and fulfillment of the school vision and mission. This person must exemplify commitment to the KCC vision and individual student success and model professional and ethical standards when dealing with all Stakeholders. The specific duties and authorities shall be assigned by the Director.
KCC ASSOCIATE’S BENEFITS:
- low class room ratios
- small campuses
- professional work environment
- NAC/NCA/AdvancedED/IB/NAF accredited facilities
- professional training & development
- professional advancement guidance, resources & opportunities
- paid vacation, sick, holidays and birthday
- tuition reimbursement
- medical insurance
- comprehensive voluntary benefits
- retirement plan – 401k
- AVC performance incentives
- expense reimbursements
- and much more!
KCC ASSISTANT DIRECTOR QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) in early childhood, elementary education, reading and/or math, special education, school psychology or a closely related field
• Valid Florida Teaching Certificate
• Knowledge of research related to Response to Intervention (RtI)/Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS)
• Understanding of scientifically based reading research, reading development, and developmentally appropriate instruction for children
• Leadership experience, organizational skills, and communication abilities to effectively coach and support professors and their instructional teams
• Ability to individualize instruction
• Knowledge of principles, theories, methods, techniques, and strategies pertaining to teaching and instruction.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Master’s Degree
• Reading Endorsement
• ESE Certification
• Knowledge of Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence Theory
• Knowledge of differentiated instructional techniques
• Knowledge of socio-economic and cultural background differences of the school population
KCC Assistant Director Duties:
• Serve on the Reading Leadership Team Kid’s Community College® West Region (Riverview South and Riverview Southeast IB) and the Writing Committee to develop annual writing plan and monitoring.
• Supervise ESE professors, speech and language therapists.
• Serves as Assessment Coordinator for NWEA, SAT-10 Testing (1-2), FSA, FCAT 2.0 (or equivalent), FAIR Testing (K-8), Benchmark Assessments (K-8) and End of Course Exams (6-8).
• Review instructional strategies in classrooms to ensure differentiation and adapt educational processes and procedures to enhance pupil educational opportunities.
• Develop and Provide Curriculum Maps and updated IDEPs by subject for Grades K – 8 at each school year opening. Including expectations for enrichment and remediation.
• Attend meetings of Child Study Team as required regarding student progress;
• Perform a variety of non-instructional duties, including curriculum and instructional development activities, staff/Board/parent meetings, student supervision, and consultation activities.
• Participate in the resolution of student, parent, and faculty concerns; report pupil progress to parents and appropriate school system offices;
• Serve and evaluate classroom instructors;
• Work with the Director and Professional Development Department to guide professors in becoming master teachers;
• Collaborate with the Director and PD in the evaluation, modification and development of instructional best practice. Ensuring staff members receive necessary PD and support.
• Ensure fidelity of IEP implementation and RTI interventions with adequate data collection for CST needs
• Help formulate School Improvement Plan and monitor student progress.
• In conjunction with Grade Level Leaders, review Lesson Plans that allow and ensure attainment of State Standards on grade level and beyond.
• Coordinate overall schedule including student enrollment and dismissal
• Selection, assignment, supervision and evaluation of certificated employees
• Assist in developing the master schedule of course offerings and adjusting the schedule to meet school, student, and staff needs. Assist in student scheduling activities.
• Coordinate Time Off Requests in accordance with the Employee handbook and ensure proper coverage.
• Serve as representative for Director when Director is unavailable.
• Attendance at Principal, Board, District and other meetings as requested.
• Assist with inventory and property control, assist in the ordering and distribution of textbooks.
• In charge of discipline matters, bullying and Title IX investigations
• Responsibility for the safety, conduct and general welfare of students
• Assist with organization of operational activities including carline, cafeteria duties, school fundraisers & ICFL program as needed,
This list of essential functions is not intended to be exhaustive. Kid’s Community College® reserves the right to revise this job description as needed to comply with actual job requirements.