The Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment is a full-time, 12-month administrative assignment. The individual serves as a member of the school’s leadership team and is responsible for the curricular, instructional, and assessment initiatives of the district. The Assistant Superintendent is responsible for leadership of the district staff development program and provides support to the Principal for the evaluation of faculty and administrative staff. Qualified applicants will have satisfied the requirements for a Master's degree in secondary education or in a related area. The applicant must possess an Illinois Type 75 Administrative Certificate and have at least five years of experience in an educational leadership role.
Applicants must demonstrate a history of working effectively with administrators, faculty, and curriculum teams to corroboratively develop, implement, and assess educational programs; the ability to accurately assess the effectiveness of certificated staff and instructional programs; skill at organizing personnel, materials, and facilities to create an environment conducive to learning; exemplary interpersonal and communication skills; and a track record of formulating and achieving short and long-range goals.
Application Procedure: Online applications are required (http://www.d125.org). Applicants should upload a letter of interest, current resume, references and transcripts.