May 11, 2020

Extended Learning Administrator

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Job Description

Job Summary

Position is responsible for leading the division-wide Extended Learning program. This includes the individual but interrelated programs of summer SPARK, after-school, Saturday school, 21st Century, and School Improvement Grant (SIG) programs. This is a temporary grant funded position, renewable each year.

Essential Duties

Responsible for the development, implementation, growth, and monitoring of Extended Learning Coordinates all aspects of planning and logistics for the Extended Learning p This includes communication and coordination with supporting departments. Collaborates with instructional and curriculum departments in selection of instructional materials and curriculum development for Extended Learning programs. Develops reporting and data collection techniques to measure the effectiveness of programs and recommend appropriate changes to ensure the success of each program. Works in collaboration with administrators when necessary for the supervision of school-based team Prepares and monitors the budgets for all extended learning program Supervises the ordering, inventory, and distribution of materials and equipm Conduct research to identify new public and private funding opportunities for extended Collaborates with related departments to research, recommend and write proposals and funding applications. Develops and fosters strong relationships with external organizations and Serves as the central office contact and liaison with business and non-profit community agencies regarding Extended Learning. Represents the school division in relevant educational projects and initiatives at the local, regional, state, and national Organizes meaningful work-based learning opportunities for students through business/industry and community Models nondiscriminatory practices in all activities. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills and/or Abilities Required)

Must possess a bachelor's degree and experience in leading extended learning programs. Eligible for a Virginia Teaching License with at least 3 years successful teaching experience preferred. Experience working with and coordinating efforts across multiple departments within a school division. Experience as a lead teacher or a related instructional leadership position preferred. Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with administrators, teachers, students, the community and administrative staff. Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, and ability to develop positive working relationships with a diverse population of students, parents, community, college faculty, staff, administrators, and the general public. Must possess skills in the use of personal computers to input data, track participants, organize, document activities, and produce reports.

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  • Position Type: Not provided
Job Category: Administrator > Director/Coordinator/Manager
Equal Opportunity Employer
Contact Information
  • Leslie Rogers, Human Resource Supervisor
  • 12507 Warwick Boulevard
  • Newport News, Virginia 23606

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