Official evidence of the following: Bachelor's Degree in
Education or a directly related field from an accredited
college/university; Texas Standard Principal certificate,
Mid-management certificate, or a Probationary certificate based
on admission to a TEA approved Administration Preparation
Professional Development and Appraisal System (PDAS) appraiser
certification required within 90 days of appointment.
Master's Degree in a directly related field, preferred from an
Five plus years of experience as a classroom teacher.
academic leadership experience preferred
Superior knowledge of business software applications e.g. Word,
Excel, Powerpoint, Google Docs, etc.
Demonstrated thorough knowledge of the principles, methods,
strategies, goals and objectives of public education.
Extensive knowledge of effective instructional pedogogies
Demonstrated knowledge of procedures, techniques and strategies
pertaining to the administration o
f a secondary school level operation.
Demonstrated success in a mentoring/coaching
Commitment to process improvement and excellence
Demonstrated ability to effectively plan, organize and coordinate
the management functions and activities of a secondary school
Demonstrated ability to carry out responsibilities with little or
Demonstrated ability to handle multiple priorities with frequent
Demonstrated ability to promote a positive, caring climate for
Demonstrated ability to effectively analyze problems, issues and
concerns and formulate appropriate alternative solutions.
Demonstrated ability to deal sensitively and fairly with persons
from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with student, staff,
parents and community members.
Demonstrated organizational, prioritization, communication and
interpersonal skills required to achieve the goals of the
Key Accountabilities/Essential Job Functions
Partner with Principal to create and maintain data-driven
environment; analyze results to target initiatives
Assist with design and exection of the school's strategic plan
relative to scholars' performance, attendance, interventions,
promotion rates, and MAP and DCCAS growths.
Partner with Principal to promote and foster environment of
accountability for scholar achievement
Innovate and implement programs to effect deeper learning
Ensure consistent discipline and reward practices
Coordinate parent and community involvement initiatives
Ensure instruction aligns with Common Core Standards
Partner with Principal to design and facilitate professional
Observe teacher practice/evaluate teacher performance; provide
substantive and meaningful feedback
Assists with hiring and retaining high quality faculty and
Foster climate of high expectations
Exemplify and promote necessary sense of urgency relative to
scholar growth and success
Serve as subject matter expert relative to teaching and
Lead, guide, and champion campus programs and initiatives
Manage school operations within approved budget
Ensure commitments of school improvement plan
Deliver timely and accurate reports and data
for Dallas Independent School District positions will be placed
according to Compensation guidelines.
A campus-based professional employee
may not assume a new position for which he/she was selected
based upon the posting process until the end of the current
semester, unless approved by the Chief of Staff. Applicants
from out-of-state must meet the State Board of Educator
Certification (SBEC) one- year out-of-state certificate
prior to being
considered for selection.
A security check and
disclosure of family relationship information is required for
No telephone calls