Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Technology - St. Mary - Basha Elementary School
St. Mary's Catholic Church & St. Mary-Basha Catholic School
May 14, 2018
Full Time - Experienced
Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix
Catholic Schools Office
Assistant Principal Job Description
POSITION TITLE: Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Technology
Department: Catholic Schools
Grade: Elementary or High School
PURPOSE AND SCOPE:
The Assistant Principal is part of the administrative team, working collaboratively with the Principal to develop within the school a strong Catholic identity. The Assistant Principal assists the Principal in the administration of the school, has a complete understanding of the school philosophy and is committed to supporting and implementing the vision of the school and parish.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Strives to achieve the goals of Catholic education
Embraces and models the Catholic philosophy of education
Promotes and lives gospel values and Catholic moral teaching
Upholds the doctrinal teachings of the Catholic Church
Provides opportunities for faith development of students in the classroom to prepare them for life in today’s Church and society
Serves as Acting Principal in the absence of the principal
Duties may vary from school to school. They may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Assists in planning of agenda for faculty meetings and local school in-services
Coordinates selection of textbooks in conjunction with curriculum goals and objectives
Orders Textbooks New & Re-Orders
Supervises the school technology - day to day and network needs
Monitors the implementation and follow-up of the recommendations from NCA/WCEA visit
Develops timeline and monitors curriculum in-depth studies and articulation across grade levels and subject areas, helps teachers create curriculum maps
Assists with interviewing, observation and evaluation of teachers
Monitors government program applications, monies and services with public school district, Titile funds
Facilitates annual revision of handbooks; student, parent, and faculty
Oversees the acquisition and training of substitute teachers ensuring compliance with certification requirements and diocesan screening procedures
Maintain complete and accurate personnel records according to Diocesan guidelines.
Oversees all school testing
Assists with Discipline
Oversees the Before/Lunch/After School program staff and students
Coordinates and provides technology professional development to teachers and students
Troubleshoots computer problems throughout the campus and coordinates with network manager
Assists teachers with technology integration into the curriculum
Maintains cooperative relations with all in the school community
Promotes respectful and position school relationships
Maintains awareness of his/her role as a Catholic school administrator and its impact on the community
Provides for regular communication and collaboration with teachers
Cooperatives with and helps promote various curricular and co-curricular programs within the school
Attends and actively participates in school activities and functions
Continues professional development; attends assistant principal meetings; maintains development through reading, coursework, conference attendance, committee work, etc.
Keeps informed of current instructional practices through professional reading and educational opportunities
Participates in professional activities and joins appropriate professional organizations
Attends diocesan sponsored in services
Attends and actively participates in school faculty meetings and in-services
Actively participates in the process of continuous school improvement
Maintains personal professional development records
Performs other duties as assigned by the Principal.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Must be practicing Catholic (Bona-Fide Occupational Qualifications - BOFQ) and be willing to sign a Profession of Faith.
Must have at least two years of classroom teaching experience and be certified or in the process of being certified in administration by the Arizona Department of Education.
Must meet Ministry Formation Certification as required by Diocesan policy.
Must be creative and show initiative.
Must have good organization, time management, problem solving and judgment skills; have an ability to observe and actively listen in assessing personnel and program needs, good communication skills with both children and adults.
Must have positive attitude in crisis situations.
Must have ability to work cooperatively with others as well as ability to delegate.
Must have knowledge and understanding of good teaching techniques and child psychology.
Must have received Safe Environment Training and signed the Code of Conduct.
Must have FBI Fingerprint clearance completed.
Additional Salary Information: Salary negotiable per Diocese of Phoenix Salary structure and experience.
About St. Mary's Catholic Church & St. Mary-Basha Catholic School
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix is committed to helping the faithful encounter the living Christ through conversion, communion and solidarity.
Established by Pope Paul VI on Dec. 2, 1969, the Diocese of Phoenix is led by the Most Rev. Thomas J. Olmsted. More than 1.1 million Catholics make this diverse, vibrant and faith-filled diocese their home.
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