OFFICIAL TITLE: School-based Manager of Educator QualityWORKING TITLE: School Manager of Educator QualityMONTHS: 12SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF CLASSIFICATION: School-based Manager of Educator Quality reports to the schools Principal and is a key member of the Instructional Leadership Team. The Manager of Educator Quality (MEQ) is responsible for the management and development of teachers, and the improvement of instructional practices of educators. The MEQ plans professional development both inside and outside of the classroom in conjunction with the team and takes responsibility for the academic programming alongside of the Principal. MINIMUM QUALIFICATION STANDARDSKNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Thorough knowledge of current educational principles, best practices and procedures in development and implementation of ELA curriculum, instruction, and assessment K-12.
Knowledge of local, state and national standards and assessments and ability to support their application, development and implementation. Knowledge of district goalsto provide support through school visits, data analysis, and collaboration with other NBPS offices. Ability to effectively collaborate with staff, parents, and state and national colleagues to implement and monitor the strategic plan. Qualifications: An understanding of the leadership necessary to accelerate the work for school improvement; Knowledge of how to obtain academic results through the use of various data points;An ability to plan and manage processes that lead to achieving tangible goals An ability to lead in a fast-paced environment and the capacity to navigate challenging situations and time constraints.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including strong public speaking skills;EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE: Masters degree required from an accredited college or university. Course work in educational leadership or administration.; A valid Massachusetts Administrator License; Principal/Assistant Principal preferred. Minimum seven years combined experience as a classroom teacher and/or successful recent leadership experience in assessing program needs, instructional planning, assessment development, and professional development. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESCurriculum: Participate in the development and evaluation of new curriculum.Identify and lead a team of administrators and teachers who will assist in curriculum development.Conduct research and collaborate with faculty and staff in the design and development of new curriculum.Coordinate the review/assessment of current curriculum to ensure that course/program is meeting intended grade level curriculum standards.Use evaluations and data to make recommendations for how to improve and edit curricula on an annual basis through the creation of a curriculum revision cycle.Develop a five year plan of curriculum development including the replacement of outdated materials.
Assessment: Manage implementation and administration of all state, district, and school common assessments.Facilitate weekly data meetings to analyze student work, review information regarding classroom assessments, and plan for instruction;Collect and disseminate best practices, external resources in the areas of benchmark and unit assessment data.Work with school and district leadership to identify key metrics to monitor district, school and student progress to allow for informed decision making.Develop, manage and report on staff, student and community surveys.Analysis and Reporting: Provide timely and clear reports on data analyzed.Manage data dashboards and other regular reports or analysis that answer questions for key stakeholders, provide insight on student, school performance trends and patterns; and informs discussions and strategic decisions at the district and school levels, (e.g. aggregate and subgroup trends).Create a public package of achievement and other student-level data and provide a clear understanding of what the data means to critical audiences (School Committee, families and community, foundations, etc.) Coaching and Development: Oversee the growth and development of teachers that will result in changed practices and ongoing progress monitoring system that can point to accelerated improvement for all students Develop and support a culture of reflective practice among teachers;Plan and support facilitation of professional development;Conduct regular formal and informal teacher observations;Conduct regular coaching cycles with teachers;Provide formal and informal growth-producing feedback on observations, lesson plan review, and more;Develop resources and plans to support teachers professional growth;Evaluate teachers using the Massachusetts Educator Evaluation system;Collaborate with principal to conduct significant professional development around new initiatives in the areas of curriculum, data management and analytics.Conduct all duties as assigned by the PrincipalOther duties as assigned by the Superintendent and Deputy SuperintendentTERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: CERTIFICATE AND LICENSE REQUIREMENTS: Meet appropriate DESE Administrator requirements, or ability to do so PHYSICAL DEMANDS (Special requirements such as lifting heavy objects and frequent climbing): NONE SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (Frequent overtime or night work required, etc.): Some extended day work required. Occasional attendance at evening meetings (i.e., School Committee, PTA, and community). OVERTIME ELIGIBLE: NOSalary Range; 100,000- 105,000, Non-Union positionThis description may change at any time
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