Frank West Elementary School
LICENSES AND OTHER TRAINING
California administrative credential
Valid California driver's license
Successful Department of Justice Clearance
English Learner Authorization
Highly Qualified under No Child left Behind
Three (3) years successful teaching experience
Three (3) years administrative experience or the like
(3) recommendation letters of past evaluators
Five (5) years successful teaching experience
Plan, organize, and direct the educational operations,
instructional programs and services of an assigned school.
Apply laws, codes, regulations, policies, procedures,
bargaining agreements, local, state, and federal standards
requirements governing school site operations.
Recognize and promote equity, fairness, and respect among all
members of the school community.
Apply principles, practices and procedures involved in the
and implementation of educational programs, services, goals,
plans, strategies, standards, projects, and processes.
Align fiscal, human, and material resources to support student
Collaborate and build positive relationships through
to students, staff, parents, community, and a diverse range
irregular hours/days; including evenings, weekends and
be on-call for emergencies, travel, work at any employer
or be reassigned.
Model personal and professional ethics, integrity, justice, and
and expect the same behavior from others.
to changing technological systems and computer software.
instructional leadership through data analysis, collaboration,
Commit to California Professional Standards for
Director I - School Support Services
and Classified staff assigned to school site
the direction of the Superintendent or disignee, plan,
and lead the educational operations, activities, instructional
services of an assigned school; supervise and evaluate the
performance of assigned personnel; coordinate and direct
curriculum, student discipline functions, school plant
special programs to ensure student learning and achievement and
smooth and efficient school activities; steward the values,
vision, and mission
of the District.
Coordinate, lead, supervise, and evaluate the performance of
personnel, communications, curriculum, student discipline, school
operations, special programs, and information to ensure student
and achievement, and assure smooth and efficient school
educational leadership in the development and implementation of
school's mission, programs, services, goals, objectives, plans
standards, projects, processes, and procedures in alignment with
values, vision and mission.
Monitor and evaluate programs and services utilizing quantitative
qualitative data for educational effectiveness, and operational
collaborate with administration, staff, and public concerning
needs; implement and modify programs, services, goals,
policies and procedures to enhance educational effectiveness,
efficiency, and capacity to meet student needs.
Provide consultation and technical expertise to personnel,
parents, and the public concerning school operations and
inquiries and provide detailed and technical information
programs, services, students, standards, requirements, issues,
practices, techniques, laws, codes, regulations, policies and
provide academic and individual counseling to students and
parents as needed.
Direct and participate in a planned program of classroom visits
observations to assess the performance of staff and assure
established educational standards; prepare documentation
performance; confer with teachers to assure instructional
student needs and District requirements.
Plan, organize, control, and direct campus activities at assigned
assure the well-being and safety of students and staff in
non-classroom activities; direct and participate in activities
related to the
discipline of students according to established policies and
oversee and participate in administering District and school site
policies and safety programs.
Plan, organize and direct the business operations of the school;
and prepare the annual preliminary budgets for school site
analyze and review budgetary and financial data; control and
expenditures in accordance with established limitations; assure
allocation of funds for instructional equipment and
Coordinate, attend, and conduct a variety of meetings; present
and information concerning school operations and related issues,
and activities; coordinate and meet with school site advisory
conduct student and parent appeals; represent the school at
District, and community functions.
Participate in the District-sponsored professional learning
enhance school site curriculum, instructional skills, leadership
communication techniques, and supervision and evaluation skills;
of staff development and professional learning activities.
Plan, organize, and direct ongoing site collaboration around
to plan effective teaching and to address instructional needs of
articulate staff efforts to monitor and communicate progress of
use of test data as partial input for determining student
in school program; directs and/or encourages staff to seek
support in staff efforts to communicate student progress to
Provide school climate which is responsive to needs of students;
and maintain operational procedures which tend to make school
oriented; deal directly with interpersonal conflicts occurinig
and between students and staff; suspend students, recommend
Based on available resources, provide adequate personnel,
materials and resources to meet program and service needs;
analyze staffing needs and initiate recruitment activities as
coordinate the purchase of instructional materials and
other duties as assigned.
$99,572 - $121,787 annually, 199 day work year
of this job will be evaluated in accordance with the
"Improvement of Professional Services" handbook,
Board Policies and Procedures
and consistent with collective bargaining agreements when
MINIMUM APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
An online application and all documents listed below must
by 8:00 p.m. on July 18, 2012
Three (3) letters of recommendation
3. Letter of introduction
4. Evidence of Administrative credential
5. Evidence of English Learner Authorization
6. Evidence of Master's Degree
7. Evidence of Highly Qualified under
No Child Left Behind
It is the applicant's responsibility to meet all
application requirements and supply copies of all
documents. All application materials submitted
become the property of Bakersfield City School
The Bakersfield City School District wishes to thank all
applicants for their interest in this position. Positions
re-advertised or application deadlines extended at the
discretation of the District. Unless otherwise notified by
District, applications received in response to this bulletin
will be considered for available District positions in
classification during the current school year.
Those meeting minimum qualifications, including passage of
tests, will remain active during this time. Applicants
will not be individually notified of their application
The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute a contract
expressed or implied and any of the provisions contained
herein may be modified or revoked without notice.