The Power of US begins with you! Austin ISD is seeking quality teachers, administrators, and other professionals who will share our goal of helping each child reach his/her fullest potential. We are located in the capital of Texas, a legendary city famous for live music and a quality of life that is unparalleled. Be the difference in Austin ISD!
JOB PURPOSE AND RESPONSIBILITY
This position is responsible for ensuring that AISD develops, retains, recognizes and deploys effective teachers, administrators, and support staff. Employees in this position support and manage the Professional Development, Leadership Development, and Strategic Compensation areas of the District. This position also works in collaboration with the Office of Human Resources to recruit talented employees for the District and with Information Technology to facilitate appropriate training and for data management purposes.
§ Develops core competencies for AISD teachers and administrators based on research-based best practices.
§ Aligns professional development of staff with identified core competencies that are further calibrated to measures of teacher and administrator effectiveness.
§ Provides new staff with a comprehensive induction that includes an orientation to AISD policies and expectations as well as training to support their growth.
§ Supports the development of multiple professional pathways that afford teachers and administrators career advancement within AISD.
§ Supports a district strategy ensuring competitive compensation of staff including performance incentives.
§ Assists the Office of Human Resources in recruitment of quality teachers, administrators, and support staff.
§ Assists the Office of Human Resources in the development and evaluation of internal and external pipelines for quality teachers and administrators.
§ Works with the Office of Human Resources to ensure equitable deployment of high-quality educators across all campuses.
§ Collaborates with Information Technology to plan and implement technology training for professional and administrative staff and to facilitate data analysis and management for departments within Educator Quality.
§ Develops partnerships with local, state, and national groups that leverage resources and expertise in supporting educator quality in AISD.
§ Develops a comprehensive evaluation plan jointly with the Office of Program Evaluation to monitor key educator quality metrics over time.
Master’s degree in Education or related field required.
Five (5) years of successful K-12 education administration experience required. Demonstrated experience in designing and implementing educator quality initiatives in one or more of the following areas required: Professional Development, Leadership Development, and Strategic Compensation.
Closing Date: June 1, 2012
Salary Grade A12, 230 Days - $110,000 - $120,000
(Actual salary based on experience and qualifications.)