Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center
January 26, 2018
Estes Park, Colorado
Full Time - Faculty
Director of Studies/Curriculum
Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center seeks an experienced administrator to lead our curriculum department into the future. The next director of curriculum will continue to support the development of our academic curriculum, work closely with our director of students to insure continuity across the entire student experience, and collaborate with our director of professional development on our mission to support schools around the country to meaningfully engage high school students.
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The director of curriculum (DOC) is responsible for leading an engaging, cohesive and supportive academic student experience. Major areas of responsibility include the academic program, study halls, workshops, tutoring, and academic support; instructional staff professional development and supervision; instructional coaching; and the collection and utilization of data to inform decision-making.
The DOC leads Eagle Rock’s academic team, which includes 9 instructors with individual specialization in math, science, world language, English, physical education, music & performing arts, visual arts, and societies & cultures. The DOC also supports two rotating positions within the team; professional development critical friends group coordinator, and the instructional coach.
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BS/BA in Education, Curriculum and Instruction or related degree(s), Education leadership related masters preferred; 5-10 years in an administrative / leadership position; experience working in a progressive residential / boarding school; extensive experience working with underserved, diverse adolescent populations; strong managerial, supervisory, and leadership skills; experience leading organization wide initiatives; experience with diversity, equity, and inclusion work; experience with restorative practices; experience with instructional coaching; experience with innovative, progressive, rigorous, experiential, learner centered models of education (e.g., CES/EL/Big Picture), and experience with data informed decision-making. Demonstrated results with design and implementation of competency-based high school graduation frameworks. Demonstrated high proficiency in written and oral communication.
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