Full-Time and Permanent; Exempt; 7.5 Hours/Day; 252 Days/Year; 12 Months/Year
Anticipated Start Date: January 1, 2021 Minimum Qualifications
Nature of PositionCurriculum and Instruction
- Master's degree (doctorate preferred) and a Postgraduate Professional License with an endorsement in administration and supervision.
- Ten years of successful experience in teaching and school administration required.
- Develops and oversees curriculum offerings to ensure that students are engaged in learning which will prepare them for college and/or careers which may or not be related to the Arts.
- Coordinates with participating districts and state agencies to ensure that students will meet graduation requirements.
- Ensures that the curriculum is designed to provide students with exposure art (performance and visual) that reflects a wide range of cultural perspectives.
- Provides training and support to staff to meet the social-emotional needs of a diverse student body.
- Oversees the provision and support and accommodations for students with disabilities as required under IDEA and Section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Regional and Community Engagement
- Promotes the development of a positive school climate and establishes and enforces behavioral expectations.
- Ensures the safety of the students at school and during school sponsored events.
- Coordinates with participating school districts regarding;
- School calendar
- School schedule
- Social and emotional concerns
- School events/trips
- Interprets programs, philosophy, policies, and regulations of the school to staff, students and the community at large.
- Maintains liaison with social, professional, civic, volunteer, and other community groups and agencies having an interest in the school.
- Establishes necessary procedures for referral and cooperative planning with other "service to children" agencies, both local and
- Recruits and retains professional and support staff to adequately support the instructional program.
- Promotes and reinforces a collaborative professional culture that is student-centered; conferring with appropriate division personnel on any necessary matters.
- Prepares a detailed budget that is aligned with the mission and vision of the Governor's School for the Arts.
- Coordinates with the Foundation Board to support the school's mission.
- Communicates to the superintendents and board the requirements and needs of the school.
- Manages access to and maintenance of the school plant.
- Manages the financial resources of the school ethically and with all regulatory guidelines.
- Attends Board meetings and prepares such reports for the Board as
- Reports on the status of all programs and
- Prepares state reports as
- Responsible for legal matters including contracts, insurance, leases,
- Other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Committee of Superintendents.
Job Categories: Administrator > Director/Coordinator/Manager
Classroom Teacher > Art Contact Information
- Amanda Schilling
- 800 E. City Hall Ave
- Norfolk, Virginia 23510