June 627 2012
Deadline for application
: Until Filled
Salary and benefits are regionally competitive and based on
experience and training.
Nature and Scope of Job
Plans, coordinates and supervises the operation of the Human
Resources Department in such a way as to enhance morale of
school district personnel, promote the overall efficiency of
the school system, and maximize the educational opportunities
and benefits available to each individual student.
This will require cooperating with
all administrators in the fair and professional management of
the various aspects required to create and maintain a quality
Education, Licenses, Certification or Formal
Degree in educational administration, human resources
management, or related field from an accredited college or
principal or administrator license by the State of Colorado
alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board of
Education or the Superintendent may find appropriate and
Knowledge of federal and state regulations governing civil
rights, equal employment opportunities, employee rights, and
Knowledge of employee
benefits. Ability to speak clearly and concisely.
Ability to weigh options, think clearly, and evaluate
accuracy. Ability to understand and facilitate needs of
various personality types. Ability to make decisions
with sound emotional judgment. Ability to develop a
plan to make decisions to facilitate its fulfillment.
Ability to concentrate with numerous interruptions.
Must be persuasive, alert, creative, and demonstrate
patience, initiative, and reasoning.
Essential Job Functions
directly with principals and directors to determine personnel
needs for each building.
certified and classified staffing patterns for the
coordinates recruitment of administrative, certified, and
classified employees while meeting all the state and federal
regulations governing civil rights.
Authorizes and advertises openings through
Screens (or causes to have done)
applicants for advertised positions.
Establishes and maintains procedures for
Schedules and conducts (or causes to have
done) in-district and on-campus interviews.
Offers contracts to successful
to the Board of Education the employment of personnel.
(or causes to have done) district personnel files for all
implements a program of continuing communications with all
employees with respect to salaries and fringe benefits.
program of orientation for new employees.
in-district transfer of staff members, voluntary and
staffing of extra-curricular assignments upon recommendation
of Activity Specialist/Assistant Principals and
and submits appropriate records and reports of federal and
the development of district handbooks to be distributed to
Serves as a
member of the Board of Education negotiating team.
and coordinates the distribution of the master contract
between the district and the GEA.
for appropriate employees the master contract between the
district and the GEA.
through the appropriate administrators that all employees are
evaluated annually in accordance with policy and state
distributes to administrators a monthly and annual summary of
leave types taken by employees.
administrators with personnel problems or concerns when
requested or when a need is evident.
develops, recommends, and causes to be implemented district
policies and regulations dealing with personnel or in other
areas as requested by the Superintendent or Board of
Coordinates the distribution of all
Human Resources policies and regulations and communicates
with other members of the district staff to maintain
awareness of procedural changes, legal developments, and
other actions that require revision or deletion of current
policies/regulations or which call for the development of new
the development of the district budget.
Serves as a
member of the district's cabinet level leadership team.
Board of Education meetings.
for the organization and supervision of the Human Resources
and evaluates the Human Resources administrators and support
the district at various professional meetings and
as an active member of the American Association of School
Personnel Administrators, the Colorado Association of School
Personnel Administrators, and the Northern Colorado
Association of School Personnel Administrators.
the district in personnel matters with colleges/universities,
the Colorado Department of Education, and other institutions
(or causes to be done) student teacher assignments.
information dealing with salary and benefits for all employee
employee groups in developing alternative compensation
implements a staff assistance program, including
pre-retirement seminars and career counseling.
the district administrative representative on Joint Study
the Classified Council.
other duties as specified by the Superintendent or the Board
Equal Employment Opportunity
County School District 6 shall not discriminate in its
employment or hiring practices on the basis of race,
ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital
status or disability. The Superintendent is committed to
cultural diversity among district personnel as a means of
enriching educational experience. The District shall
identify, solicit, and consider applicants for employment
from a broad spectrum of qualified individuals who will
contribute to that effort.