Illinois State Administrative Certificate
Three years of successful teaching,
administrative, or supervisory experience
Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities
a. Ability to
exert strong leadership in the handling of students and
student-related issues such as, but not limited to, discipline
of sound secondary education programs
knowledge of adolescent counseling, guidance, and psychology,
and the ability to translate same into sound practice
d. Ability to
make firm decisions in the areas of responsibility
e. Ability to function effectively as a member
of the high school administrative team
f. Ability to communicate effectively
IS A MEMBER OF:
The school's administrative cabinet
High School Assistant Principal
Task Force Committees as directed
Police Liaison Officer
Parole and Probation Officers
JOB GOAL: To
provide small learning community leadership, to help students
resolve such nonacademic problems as may interfere with their
getting the greatest educational benefit from the school's
educational opportunities, and to help students achieve the
fullest benefits from the school's non-academic programs,
services, and offerings.
(The following are the
essential fundamentals to include but not limited to the
following job duties.)
Helps maintain a healthy educational climate,
together with good student discipline.
Assumes leadership responsibilities for the
"school within the school"
Administers Board Policies, Administrative
Regulations, and Board-Employee Agreements at the school
Assists in the supervision, direction, and
evaluation of the high school staff, as directed by the
Processes attendance and discipline
Reports on the status of school programs and
activities, as directed by the Principal.
Serves as a resource person in counseling staff
members regarding schedules.
Attends and chaperones school activities, as
directed by the Principal.
Assists the 12-month Assistant Principal in
adjusting student schedules and elections.
Assists with student supervision.
Assists students with their academic, personal,
and social problems.
Assists in the supervision of the detention
Assumes the duties of the Principal in the
absence of the Principal and the 12-month Assistant Principal,
as directed by the Principal
Assists and substitutes for the school nurse as
Assists with public relations for the
Provides for adequate supervision for field
trips and other educational activities away from the
Assists in the supervision of students during
Other job-related duties as assigned.
Salary is based upon the salary schedule established by the
Performance of this job
will be evaluated in accordance with the provisions of the
Board's policy on Evaluation of Professional Personnel.
The physical demands described
here are representative of those that must be met by an
employee to successfully perform the essential functions of
While performing the duties of
this job, the employee is frequently required to move about
the building. The employee may be required to
physically restrain and control students. Employee must
pass pre-employment Drug Screening (Federal Law).
The work environment
characteristics described here are representative of those
an employee encounters while performing the essential
functions of this job.
The noise level in the
work environment is usually moderate to loud. The
employee is frequently required to interact with students,
staff and occasionally with the public and must be able to
exchange accurate information. The employee is directly
responsible for the safety and well-being of students and