ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR HUMAN RESOURCES/ASSISTANT CLASSIFIED DIRECTOR Closing Date: Monday, August 10, 2020, @ 12:00 P.M. or Open until filled. Maximum salary range $132,516 - $165,996. Additional 2% stipend for a doctorate. A generous benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance. These benefits can be valued at $24,876. Apply online at www.edjoin.org 880 South Lemon Ave Walnut CA 91789 For more information call 909-595-1261 Ext., 31359
ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR HUMAN RESOURCES/ASSISTANT CLASSIFIED DIRECTOR
As a member of a self-directed management team reporting to the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, the Administrative Director of Human Resources plans, organizes and directs the District's certificated and classified personnel management programs; administers the recruitment and selection of certificated staff; administers the certificated and classified employee recruitment and selection, employment, transfer, promotion, layoff and separation processes; assists with wage and salary administration; assists in the conduct of the activities of a merit system and the Personnel Commission; assists in the planning, organization; and administration of the employee health and welfare programs; assists in the planning, organization, and conduct of the employer and employee relations process; and conducts other functions, as directed.
Serve as an active member of a self-directed management team charged with the supervision, identification, development, and implementation of the goals, objectives, and direction of the District's human resource management programs and systems
Plan, research, develop, organize, and recommend implementation of the Classified Personnel Rules, Policies & Regulations Statements and Operations & Procedures Guidelines; participates with the Personnel Commission in the administration of the classified personnel Merit System
Assist in the conduct of disciplinary appeal hearings and activities related to allegations of violations of the Collective Bargaining Agreements and/or the Personnel Commission Rules & Regulations
Perform a variety of functions concerning the development of management related reports, including the development of components of the Governing Board and Personnel Commission meeting agenda
Implement culturally-responsive recruitment and retention practices and procedures that reflect inclusivity, equity, and access
Assist in the planning and implementation of an effective human resources recruitment and selection program
Assist with employee/employer relationships, including participation in the collective bargaining process and the administration, interpretation, and management of the collective bargaining agreements
Supervise and analyze the conduct of classification/compensation surveys
Supervise the planning, organization, and coordination of the classified employee job posting process, scheduling, and administration of applicant examinations to determine applicant merit and fitness; reviews monitor and audit applicant eligibility lists prior to dissemination
Assist and counsel management, supervisory staff, and employees in determining alternative solutions to personnel management problems, issues, and concerns
Supervise and assists in the planning, development, organization and operational activities pertaining to personnel appraisal and evaluation procedures while ensuring that the personnel management system, processes, and procedures are pursued in cost effective manner
Aid in reviewing and evaluating legal mandates, regulations, and guidelines, which may affect the District personnel programs, functions, and activities
Monitor, review and continuously assesses the personnel records management, storage, and retrieval system
Monitors audit, supervise and evaluate the performance of the Personnel Department’s clerical staff, as assigned by the Assistant Superintendent
Assists in the budget planning and budget information gathering process.
Assist in the planning, organizing, and administering of a variety of research and development activities
Supervise the substitute process and system, including the recruitment, selection and in-service of substitutes
Collaborate with Business Services and Educational Services annually to determine staffing ratios; staff accordingly in collaboration with site principals
Participate in negotiations, as directed by the Assistant Superintendent
Perform other duties as assigned
Principles, trends, methods, strategies, and procedures pertaining to personnel management systems and programs
Principles, methods, techniques, and strategies of organizational planning, control, evaluation and forecasting
Recruiting, selecting, retaining, and supporting a diverse and highly talented staff
Equity, access, and inclusion practices as it relates to staff, students and other stakeholders
Culturally responsive best practices in schools
Normal school routines and practices
Data management, storage, and retrieval systems
Legal mandates, Board of Trustees policies, Personnel Commission policies, District regulations, and guidelines related to personnel management
Research techniques and strategies related to personnel management, including assessment and evaluation design processes
Interest based bargaining techniques
Current successful personnel management and educational leadership strategies
Effective communication and public and human relations strategies, methods, and techniques
Effective human resource development practices
Effective leadership and supervision practices
Demonstrate strong and effective organization and leadership skills
Establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships
Engage regularly in collaboration and shared decision-making processes
Demonstrate a high level of interpersonal skills while ensuring high levels of accountability for self and staff
Successfully defuse difficult situations and navigate conflict through conflict mediation and other strategies while using tact, diplomacy and good judgment
Demonstrate equity, access, cultural responsiveness and inclusivity in decision-making, recruitment, and processes
Interface with, and be knowledgeable about, all district departments and school sites
Plan, organize, direct, and manage a comprehensive personnel management system
Meet demanding timelines and schedules
Analyze organizational problems, develop alternative solutions, and recommend and make sound and timely decisions
Accurately interpret and administer legal mandates, policies, regulations, and negotiated agreements
Effectively serve as a resource to employees pertaining to personnel-related problems, concerns, and issues
Use good judgment in the application of school, District, local, state and federal policies
Effectively motivate, train, supervise and evaluate the performance of Human Resources clerical staff members
Communicate timely and effectively in oral and written form
Understand and carry out oral and written directions
Effectively utilize relevant district computer programs and software/web-based platforms necessary to prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports, and to organize and ensure current employee-related data, staffing projections, budgets, and other Human Resources related processes
CONFLICT OF INTEREST:
This is a designated position pursuant to Government Code Section 87300 and will require completion of the Standard Conflict of Interest Code Form #700.
The physical requirements indicated below are examples of the physical aspects that position classification must perform in carrying out essential job functions.
Persons performing service in this position classification will exert 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects.
This type of work will involve sitting most of the time but will involve walking or standing for extended periods.
Perceiving the nature of sound, near and far vision, depth perception, providing oral information, the manual dexterity to operate business related equipment, and handle and work with various materials and objects are important aspects of this job
Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and skill is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and skill would be:
Five years of experience in responsible public education administrative or supervisory position, including experience in personnel management, employer and employee relations, or similar fields.
Completion of a Baccalaureate and Masters Degree from an accredited college. Specific training in educational personnel administration is beneficial.
Possession of a valid California Motor Vehicle Operator's License
California Administrative Credential
CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT
Insurability by the District's liability insurance carrier
Pending Revision Approval: August 2020
A California Administrative Services Credential is Required
Additional Salary Information: Additional 2% stipend for doctorate. Walnut Valley USD has a generous benefit package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance. These benefits can be valued at $24,876
About Walnut Valley Unified School District
Walnut Valley schools have been recognized by both the California State Department of Education and the United States Department of Education. Numerous sites are National Blue Ribbon, California Gold Ribbon, and California Distinguished Schools. These schools are high achieving and have risen to the challenge of educating every child.
The International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement programs at both comprehensive high schools provide students with a challenging academic experience that prepares them to be successful in college. Both programs have been acknowledged for their excellence on the state, federal, and international levels.
Two elementary schools offer the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program. This international curriculum teaches children to be global thinkers through creative thought and inquiry. Funding from a prestigious federal grant provides students with the opportunity to learn Spanish and become proficient bilingual speakers.
Walnut Valley serves a student population of approximately 14,600. The District takes pride in the fact that it develops awareness and appreciation for the cultural and ethnic diversity represen...ted on every campus. Walnut Valley students experience a rigorous academic program. Every student’s progress is monitored and a variety of interventions are offered to learners needing additional assistance. Through personal attention and concerted school team efforts, students are able to meet their post-secondary goals.
The District’s high academic ranking reflects its efforts to provide targeted instruction for students with special learning needs. Students are served by state and federal programs such as Special Education, Title I, and English Language Development. Instructional support centers such as the English Immersion Center (Mandarin and Korean) and the Reading Clinic provide intensive small group instruction.
Walnut Valley students have numerous opportunities to enrich their educational experience through a variety of clubs, athletic teams, and student government. Walnut Valley recognizes the importance of educating the whole child and therefore continues to offer fine arts and performing arts programs to elementary and secondary students.
Walnut Valley is proud of its highly qualified staff. The District recognizes that professional excellence requires teachers to be lifelong learners who continually seek to improve their skills. This includes expanding one’s repertoire of instructional strategies and becoming educational researchers who use data to better meet the learning needs of every student. A number of Walnut Valley teachers are National Board of Professional Teaching Standards certified.
Newly credentialed teachers receive support and training from an outstanding Teacher Induction Consortium. This state-approved program allows teachers to earn their Professional Clear Credential.
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