The Campus Director is to support the school in driving academic and character outcomes for students as the key member of the school’s leadership team. The Campus Director is expected to lead both instruction and school culture while developing leadership in the school’s emerging leaders. The Campus Director’s aim is to spend 75% of their time on instructional leadership. The Campus Director must commit to establishing high-achieving schools that are diverse, equitable, and partnered strongly with the communities they serve.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Model and support implementation of the school’s vision and goals; ∙ Direct school-wide planning and prioritize time to accomplish goals; ∙ Develop emerging leaders;
- Model strong staff and student culture and manage school-wide character development and behavior management systems. Hire diverse, highly-effective teachers and school staff;
- Build direct reports’ instructional knowledge of standards, content and instructional methods;
- Develop teachers to provide rigorous and high-quality instruction and planning for and implementing enabling systems.
- Experience working in historically educationally underserved communities; ∙ Previous school-level leadership experience;
- Strong record of ensuring students achieve academic success and holistic growth.
- Student Focus: Belief that all students, regardless of background, have the ability to develop the skills and confidence to pursue the path they choose – college, career, and beyond; demonstrated commitment to the school’s unique community;
- Direction Setting: Ability to set direction for a team and motivate others to action; ∙ Equity-Centered Leadership: Demonstrated ability to create inclusive environments that honor and support a diversity of backgrounds and perspectives; ∙ Instructional Leadership: Adept at data analysis; ability to extract meaningful insights across school-wide data;
- Instructional Leadership: Expertise in what the school-wide academic standards and state assessments require of students’ knowledge and skills to demonstrate
- mastery; able to translate student mastery requirements into instructional plans and strategies;
- Instructional Leadership: Deep understanding of appropriate application and differentiation of high-leverage instructional strategies based on comprehension of child/adolescent development and pedagogy;
- Relationship Building: Expertise in cultivating relationships and managing a diverse group of stakeholders;
- Achievement Orientation: Demonstrated resilience and focus on student outcomes.
- A Master’s degree in education is preferred. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university is required;
- Active Teaching Certificate;
- At least 3 years of teaching experience;
Schedule: Monday – Friday, occasional evening and weekends, as needed Hours: 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Salary Range: $55,000 – $60,000
Location: 400 Uhland Rd. San Marcos, TX 78666
Only applications and resumes that are submitted online at our website www.texasprep.us will be considered. Applications will be accepted until position has been filled.
Non-discrimination Policy: The Boys & Girls Clubs of South Central Texas does not discriminate against anyone for any reason or because of any belief. The Center serves as a unifying force within the community and will accept any one regardless of race, sexual orientation, gender, national origin or ethnicity.