ID 3168 - Elementary Principal - 1.0 FTE for 261 days/year
Company: Lake Oswego School District
Location: Lake Oswego
Posted on: April 9, 2021
- ID 3168 - Elementary Principal - 1.0 FTE for 261 days/year
(year-round position) JobID: 3168 Elementary Principal
1.0 FTE for 261 days/year (year-round position)
$119,979 - $127,181 (2021-2022 salary range)
Lake Grove Elementary School
Position develops, implements and maintains an exemplary student
education program in conjunction with federal and state
requirements and the district's mission, goals and specific program
requirements. Supervises and manages all aspects of a school
including business/fiscal, student instruction, employee
assignments and job performance, extracurricular activities
including athletic/sports events and building and grounds
maintenance. Regularly engages in long-range, strategic planning
for the program including staff development, replacing/upgrading
equipment and instructional materials and building/grounds
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Essential duties of this position include the following tasks.
Employees in this position perform some or all of the following
tasks. Other duties may be assigned at any time.
- Organizes, develops, implements and supervises the student
educational program at the school level. With teachers and other
staff members, engages in long-range, strategic planning for the
program based upon federal and state requirements and the
district's mission, goals and specific requirements for the
program. Identifies, evaluates and, as approved, implements program
changes for enhanced program services and activities.
- With Business Services, develops and administers the annual
school budget, monitors expenditures and maintains all financial
records required by law and district policies and procedures. With
Business Services, writes specifications for purchases, including
quotes, proposals and bids, for supplies, equipment and other goods
and services for the school. Follows all district purchasing
procedures and requirements.
- Determines school and program staffing needs and organization.
With Human Resources Department, recruits and hires qualified
individuals to fill vacant or new positions. Assists in selection
of staff, assignments and with supervision for departments or
programs with established shared supervision.
- --Ensures completion of necessary/required training. Supervises
and regularly evaluates school employees including licensed and
- Conducts regular staff meetings.
- Recommends to the superintendent the renewal, contract
extension, contract nonrenewal, contract non-extension or dismissal
of licensed employees following applicable federal and state laws,
board policies and collective bargaining agreements.
- Appoints, promotes, assigns, transfers, demotes or discharges
classified and non-represented employees following applicable
federal and state laws, board policies and collective bargaining
agreements. Assigns and transfers licensed employees.
- Manages and supervises school leadership teams.
- Administer all district policies and regulations.
- Develops, implements and monitors student discipline procedures
for consistency and effectiveness.
- Maintains required records and ensures accuracy and necessary
content as required by federal and state laws and regulations and
district policies and procedures.
- Takes reasonable steps to protect students, staff, facilities
and equipment. With Facilities and Systems Operations Departments,
ensures completion of required/requested building maintenance and
care of school grounds.
- Develops and maintains effective working relationships with
other building principals, teachers and other staff members,
parents/guardians and community members.
- Regularly uses oral, written and electronic communications to
school employees, other administrators, other staff members,
students, parents/guardians and community members regarding the
school's education program, goals and activities.
- Retains copies of communications from staff, students,
parents/guardians and community members and advises the Executive
Director as necessary. Timely investigates and responds to
complaints and union grievances. Supervises complex
- Establishes procedures to involve teachers, other staff members
and representatives from parent/guardian, student and community
groups when preparing, selecting and adopting courses of study and
other instructional materials.
- With other required/desired participants, develops and
evaluates school improvement plans and staff development plans
which will be aligned with state and district requirements.
- Builds and maintains partnerships with state, county and city
agencies, local businesses and other community resources.
- Presents issues and concerns to Executive Director and the
superintendent for review and resolution.
- Demonstrates knowledge and skill in applying conflict
management and dispute resolution techniques.
- Keeps abreast of trends and best practices and their potential
impacts upon school programs, activities and operations. Maintains
professional relationships with colleagues and participates in
professional development activities which enhance the school's
programs and activities.
- Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of all district
policies and procedures.
- Maintains consistent, daily and punctual attendance. --
NON-ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES--
Non-essential duties of this position include the following tasks.
Employees in this position perform some or all of these tasks.
Other duties may be assigned at any time.
- Maintains all required records related to any awarded
- Serves on task forces and hosts educator delegations.
- Encourages vigorous and sound instructional research by
teachers and other staff members.
- Assumes classroom teacher duties when necessary.
- Operates various office equipment including audio visual
equipment/devices, telephones and photocopy machines.
- Attends in-service trainings, staff meetings and other meetings
as assigned. Attends professional growth activities related to job
- Provides staff development activities for staff during
- Serves on building and district committees and councils as
- Supervises students on school grounds, on field trips and at
various school functions.
- Reports issues to the appropriate school and civil authorities
including safety, sanitary and fire hazards, vandalism, thefts and
errant wildlife. OTHER REQUIREMENTS
- Consistently follows all applicable federal and state laws and
all district policies, rules and supervisor directions.
- Observes ergonomics of sedentary office work including
placement of computers and monitors, and sitting alignment.
- Observes proper lifting techniques and other strategies to
avoid accidents and personal injury while performing job
- Performs other duties as assigned. SUPERVISORY
All school employees have some responsibility for supervising
students and assisting in maintaining a safe environment.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to
perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed
below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability
required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Education and/or Experience:--A Master's degree in Educator or
related field is required. A Doctorate is preferred. A valid Oregon
administrator license is required. A minimum of five years of
successful teaching and a minimum of three years of administrative
experience are required. Demonstrated knowledge of:
- Child and adolescent growth and development
- Project management principles
- Group facilitation techniques
- Academic curriculum, teaching techniques and student learning
- Current theories and practices regarding educational
- Employee evaluation and discipline is required.
- Interpersonal Skills:--Works well with others from diverse
backgrounds. Focuses on solving conflict, maintaining
confidentiality, listening to others, keeping emotions under
control, remaining open to others' ideas and contributing to
building a positive team spirit. Demonstrates the ability to remain
calm and professional in an environment with frequent
interruptions. Interacts with staff and students positively and
- Language Skills: Ability to communicate in English fluently
both verbally and in writing, including proficiency in spelling and
grammar. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from
students, parents, staff, regulatory agencies, vendors and members
of the community. Ability to read and interpret documents including
governmental regulations, safety rules and operating and
maintenance instructions/ instruction manuals. Ability to prepare
routine reports and correspondence with high degrees of accuracy
- Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply and
divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common
fractions and decimals. Ability to calculate rates, ratios,
percentages and proportions. Ability to read and interpret various
charts, bar graphs and similar visual data depictions.
- Reasoning Ability:--Ability to apply common sense understanding
to carry out instructions furnished in oral, schedule or diagram
form. Ability to deal with problems involving more than one
- Computer Skills: Ability to effectively use office computers
and internet access for email, research, word processing, database
manipulation, visual presentations and general web-based
- Other Skills and Abilities: Ability to exercise good judgment
and work effectively in a dynamic environment. Ability to regularly
work flexible hours.
- Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: A valid Oregon Driver's
License is required. Valid First Aid and CPR cards are required.
Must have or able to obtain various certificates, licenses and/or
registrations as required by federal, state or local law(s) and/or
determined by the district. --
The physical--expectations--described here are representative of
those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the
essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations--will--be made to enable individuals with
disabilities to perform the essential functions.
When performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly
required to talk, see,--or hear. The employee is frequently
required to walk stand, sit, use fingers and hands for fine
manipulation, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms and move
around inside and outside of buildings. The employee is
occasionally required to, push, pull, bend, stoop, crawl, kneel and
crouch. The employee must lift and/or move up to 35lbs. The
employee may occasionally climb stairs or ladders.--The employee
must have, with or without vision correction,--close vision,
distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception,
and the ability to adjust focus.
The employee may occasionally use approved restraint and
de-escalation procedures with students.
The work environment characteristics described here are
representative of those an employee encounters performing the
essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be
made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential
The work environment is a standard school office, gym,
lunchroom/cafeteria and athletic field/track settings. The noise
level of the work environment is usually low to moderate, but
occasionally high depending upon the location, the student
population and current activities. The employee occasionally will
be required to supervise students. The employee is occasionally
exposed to wet or humid conditions and outdoor weather conditions,
including seasonal heat and cold. The employee may occasionally be
exposed to contagious diseases, bodily fluids and blood-borne
pathogens. The employee may be exposed to a variety of cleaning
agents, hazardous chemicals and fumes.
The employee may occasionally implement crisis
prevention/intervention protocols which involve risk of personal
injury from students.
NOTE: This is not necessarily an exhaustive or all-inclusive list
of responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts,
functions or working conditions associated with the job. This job
description is not a contract of employment or a promise or
guarantee of any specific terms or conditions of employment. The
school district may add to, modify or delete any aspect of this job
(or the position itself) at any time as it deems advisable.
Equal Opportunity Employer:
The Lake Oswego School District is committed to being an
antiracist, Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action
employer. We are committed to ensuring diversity and inclusion in
all aspects of recruitment, selection, and employment without
regard to race, disability, gender identity/expression, sexual
orientation, national origin, ethnicity, religion, veteran or
military status, or any other category protected under the law.
LOSD is committed to providing reasonable accommodations in our
recruitment procedures for individuals experiencing a disability.
If you need assistance or accommodation due to a disability, please
contact us at--503-534-2000. Speech/Hearing impaired persons may
contact the district for assistance through the Oregon
telecommunications Relay Service at 1-800-735-2900.
Lake Oswego School District is a Drug-Free/Smoke-Free Workplace
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