The Assistant Superintendent is responsible for the development and implementation of District-wide Human Resources systems, policies and procedures related to recruitment and selection, salary administration, promotion, performance evaluation, discipline, and grievance procedures in compliance with equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, labor laws, and collective bargaining agreements.
In addition, the administrator in this position serves as the chief negotiator for Napa Valley Unified School District and has responsibility for all elements of the labor relations process. The Assistant Superintendent serves as an educational leader and provides leadership in District and community activities and serves as a member of the Superintendent's Executive Cabinet. The position requires collaboration with stakeholders and a commitment to improve student achievement and increase the number of students succeeding in college and careers. This executive level position plays a key role in the implementation of District goals.
Any combination of education, training, and/or experience equivalent to the following is required:
A valid California Administrative Services Credential or a B.S./B.S. College degree from Accredited Institution. A minimum of three (3) years of successful school-site administrative experience.
The following qualifications are desirable:
Master's degree in related fields to Educational Leadership, Business Administration or Human Resources.Three (3) years of successful district level leadership or equivalent experience, particularly in Human Resources Bilingual/Bi-literate (English/Spanish) preferred.
Transforming lives by instilling and inspiring lifelong learning in every student. Established in 1965, Napa Valley Unified School District serves the communities of American Canyon, Napa City and Yountville. The district is comprised of 30 schools serving more than 17,000 students in Transitional Kindergarten (TK) through Grade 12.
Our students are all individuals, with their own talents, interests, needs and goals. That means that we nurture and challenge advanced learners, who want to expand their learning horizons, as well as students who have physical, emotional or cognitive challenges that require more support.
We offer rigorous academic courses, robust Career Technical Education options and diverse extracurricular and athletic programs. Our students can learn in traditional neighborhood schools, magnet schools, independent study, dual immersion English-Spanish programs, online options and more.
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