Under the supervision of the Superintendent, plan, organize, control and administer the District’s personnel system including classified and certificated employees and programs; assure compliance with applicable District rules and policies, State and federal laws, codes and regulations; serve on the District’s negotiating team for certificated and classified bargaining; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel; and performs other related duties as assigned.
The Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources serves as a member of the Superintendent’s Cabinet, is directly responsible to the Superintendent and is accountable for the management of the Human Resources Department. The Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources has the primary responsibility in establishing criteria and recommending employment, assignments and dismissal of personnel in cooperation with appropriate District personnel.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the class.
Plan, organize, control, and direct the classified and certificated personnel function of the District; assure compliance with a variety of State and federal regulations, laws, and reporting requirements; research, develop and recommend new procedures and programs
Assure that Board and District policies, State and federal laws and collective bargaining agreements are correctly and fairly administered; develop policies and administrative regulations
Act as Lead Negotiator for the District
Direct the recruitment and selection process for classified and certificated personnel; develop, implement and oversee job announcements, testing activities, paper screening, interviewing, reference checking and other selection processes; oversee the planning and implementation of orientation and processing procedures for certificated and classified personnel
Supervise, develop, and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel; interview and select employees; make decisions and recommend transfers, reassignment, termination, and disciplinary actions; plan, coordinate and arrange for appropriate training of staff
Investigate and resolve complaints against employees
Create, review, and evaluate positions, salaries, and classifications; recommend organizational and staffing patterns and maintain position control
Supervise the substitute system for certificated and classified personnel
Communicate with other administrators and District personnel to coordinate activities and programs, resolve issues and conflicts, and exchange information
Serve as the District Grievance Officer and be responsible for the processing and, adjudicating of grievances
Serve as the District Title IX Officer
Serve as the District COVID-19 oversight officer
Serve as the CBEDS coordinator
Responsible for maintaining and updating staff data in the LACOE and Student Information System Databases to ensure accurate reporting to the state through CALPADS and other data collection processes
Responsible for learning and implementing the HR component of the BEST system.
Review Business Services projections related to anticipated enrollment changes for succeeding years and, in collaboration with the Chief Business Officer, develop long-term staffing goals and recommend to the Superintendent anticipated staffing needs.
Supervise all credentialing requirements for certificated staff and substitute teachers including assignment monitoring
Develop long-term staffing goals and recommend to the Superintendent anticipated enrollment and staffing for succeeding years
Supervise the Human Resource Department budget
Assist all management personnel in matters pertaining to contract management
Attend Board meetings and prepare Board agenda items; present reports and provide technical counsel to the Board as requested by the Superintendent; review and present board items affecting personnel services; update the Board in closed sessions regarding employees and other personnel matters
Assure confidentiality of personnel record keeping
Maintain regular contact with the Business Office, Educational Services, Student Services, site principals, other directors, supervisors, and staff to coordinate personnel services with District needs
Direct the preparation and maintenance of a variety of narrative and statistical reports, records and files related to assigned activities and personnel
Maintain accurate and current seniority lists for both certificated and classified personnel.
Develop and update job descriptions and board policies
Oversee and administer the arrangements for employee recognition activities
Assist the Superintendent in planning and administering staff development programs for certificated and classified employees
Interpret personnel policies and contract language to certificated and classified personnel
Prepare personnel reports and surveys to the State, county, district, and professional organizations
Attend and conduct staff meetings as needed; attend State and regional conferences and workshops to maintain current knowledge of regulations and requirements related to classified and certificated personnel
Perform other duties as assigned
Principles, practices, trends, techniques, strategies, goals, and objectives of public school personnel administration
Principles, methods, and techniques pertaining to recruitment, selection and evaluation of personnel
Employee-employer relations, including collective bargaining experience.
Education, labor, health/disability and other laws, codes, rules, and regulations related to classified and certificated personnel
Teacher credentialing laws
Legal mandates, policies, regulations, and operational procedures pertaining federal and State laws
Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), laws, policies, procedures, and practices as it pertains to classified and certificated personnel
Oral and written communication skills in English; writing skills to develop professional correspondence; effective oral communication to conduct meetings
Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy, including human relations skills, conflict resolution strategies and procedures, and team building methods and techniques
EDUCATION/TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
Master’s degree or above in educational administration from an accredited institution. Doctorate degree preferred. Minimum of five years teaching experience. At least five years of successful public school management experience at the site or district level. Demonstrated leadership ability and knowledge/experience in increasingly responsible roles. Training or experience with employee-employer relations, including collective bargaining experience.
Valid California Administrative Services Credential
Valid K-12 teaching credential
Valid California Class C driver's license and the ability to maintain insurability under the District’s vehicle insurance policy
Certificate from ACSA Personnel Training Academy or willingness to attend ACSA Personnel Training Academy
Internal Number: 2020-2021-012
About Wiseburn Unified School District
The Mission of the Wiseburn Unified School District is to provide a safe, orderly environment focused on the academic, social, and physical needs of the whole child while emphasizing community participation. To meet the challenges of the technological and complex world of the 21st Century, Wiseburn students will acquire the skills necessary to become capable lifelong learners and productive citizens.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: The Wiseburn Unified School District and Da Vinci Schools are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate through its policies, procedures, practices or any other manner on the basis of a person’s actual or perceived race, color, national origin, sex, physical or mental disability, age, religion, pregnancy, marital status, ancestry, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation
All offers of employment are subject to and contingent upon the completion of a criminal background check by the California Department of Justice. Convictions of certain crimes, including but not limited to sex and narcotics offenses and serious and violent felonies, as specified in the Ca...lifornia Education and Penal codes, will bar employment with the District and this contract shall become null and void.
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