This position will serve under the direction of the lower school principal as an instructional leader in the planning, coordination and administration of school activities and programs, including curriculum, instruction, assessment, student conduct, extracurricular programs, facilities operations, and the supervision and evaluation of assigned personnel.
Essential Job Functions:
Performs a variety of administrative duties to assist the Principal in managing the school; assumes the duties of the Principal in the absence of the Principal and as assigned.
Assists in the development, implementation, and evaluation of intervention programs that address the needs of at-risk students.
Supervises and evaluates the performance of designated certificated and/or classified personnel; assigns duties to faculty and staff as appropriate to meet school objectives; assists with the recruiting, interviewing, and selection of new faculty and staff.
Develops and administers disciplinary procedures in accordance with the lower school handbook and receives referrals and confers with students, parents, and teachers; responds to and resolves parent, student, and staff concerns and complaints.
Supervises students on campus before and after school; monitors students during lunch, recess, passing periods, and other activities; instructs students in appropriate behavior; disciplines students in accordance with established guidelines.
Provides direction to a variety of faculty, staff, and student programs and services; participates in formal and informal classroom visitations and observations; provides recommendations and suggestions for improvement as appropriate.
Works with the Principal to establish a safe and secure learning environment for students.
Participates in administrative meetings and training to improve administrative skills; maintains current knowledge of the TVT’s adopted curriculum.
Analyzes and interprets assessment results for the purpose of designing and modifying instruction.
Other duties as assigned.
Progressive experience in classroom setting and school management
Ability to maintain confidential and positive working relationships with administrators, faculty, staff, parents, students, school and community organizations vendors and the general public, including but not limited to the following:
Establishes and maintains productive, collaborative relationships with others.
Relates to students with mutual respect while carrying out a positive and effective disciplinary program.
Meets schedules and deadlines.
Plans and organizes work.
Applies knowledge of best practices in curriculum, instruction, and assessment, and methods of supporting and extending instruction and student learning.
Builds relationships with families.
Reads, interprets, applies, and explains rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.
Maintains consistent, punctual, and regular attendance.
Uses effective interpersonal skills including tact, patience, and courtesy.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience
TVT Community Day School is an independent, TK-12 college preparatory school established in 1991. Located in Irvine, California, TVT provides enriched programs in Innovation and Jewish Studies, along with immersion and service learning projects, to prepare students to become inquisitive learners, compassionate citizens and courageous leaders.