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Assistant Principal Positions

Assistant Principal - Englewood Middle School

Assistant Principal - Clayton Elementary School


Assistant Principal - Thompson Valley High School

Assistant Principal - Riverview PK-8


Dean of Restorative Practices

Annual Salary: $68,368+ (Salary placement is based on experience.)


Jeffco Public Schools - Jefferson Jr./Sr. High School Assistant Principal

Jefferson High School is committed to creating an enriching educational environment that promotes student achievement and success by addressing individual student needs, integrating technology, promoting safety throughout the school, and encouraging parent-community participation. Our school serves 271 students in 7-8 grade and 460 students in 9-12 grade who come from all over the Metro Denver area. We are proud of our diverse community, and the "SAINTS" strive for greatness. Our students have many opportunities to earn college credit while still in high school, and we offer academic support to help them achieve the college level. HOURS AND DAYS WORKED Desired Start Date: 07/12/2023

Asst Principal Senior (215) Annual Position FLSA: Exempt FTE: 1.00000 , Hours/Day: 8.000 , Days/Year: 215 Salary Plan, Grade, Step: JCA - Administrator - 215 days , P08, 1 Min-Mid Annual Salary Range: $92,194.00 - $110,520.50 Effective as of: 08-16-2022 **Annual salary noted above is based on an 8 hour day and full days worked calendar. Any position that is less than a full FTE/8 hours per day or late start will be prorated accordingly. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENT The successful new hire or rehired candidate will be responsible to complete and incur the fingerprinting and processing fee of $54.50 through an appropriate fingerprinting vendor and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, within 48 hours of offer acceptance. RESPONSIBILITIES SUMMARY As outlined in the Jefferson County Public Schools' School Leadership profile, an individual in this position assists the school leader by providing leadership, community building, instructional leadership, and human and financial resources management. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Following is a general summary of the essential duties and responsibilities for this position as outlined in the School Leadership Profile. LEADERSHIP: Assists with providing a purpose and direction for the school. COMMUNITY BUILDING: Assists with guiding the development of a caring community that includes stakeholders in the school. INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP: Assists with focusing on student learning and student success. MANAGEMENT: Assists with managing the human and financial resources to ensure an orderly work and learning 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. EXPERIENCE Minimum of three years' of licensed experience in a public or nonpublic elementary or secondary school; educational administrative and/or comparable administrative leadership preferred. EDUCATION AND TRAINING Bachelor's degree, plus additional course work required for certification or licensure. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS Colorado Principal License issued or in process. SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, & EQUIPMENT Demonstrated conflict management, problem solving, resource allocation, prioritization, data analysis, collaborative decision making, relationship building, group facilitation, writing, and speaking skills. Demonstrated knowledge and use of District policies, procedures, employee contracts, and legal requirements. Computer and technology skills which include Human Resources; Financial Systems; and communications technology including software, E-mail, and voice mail are a condition of employment and must be obtained within one year after hire. DECISION MAKING Assist principal in the following areas: Determine staffing levels and budget requirements; develop alternatives and make decisions in crisis situations; utilize collaborative decision-making skills; and apply good judgment to ensure student safety and carry out student discipline. Decision-making authority may be delegated to this position, but final decisions are the responsibility of the principal. Errors could affect the reputation of District and/or compromise student safety and the learning environment. COMMUNITY RELATIONS Daily contact with parents, students, and law enforcement officials to exchange information and resolve issues. Assist the principal in the following areas: Regular contact with vendors, media, legislatures, and government entities to exchange information; with higher education, partnerships, and businesses to exchange information, develop and maintain programs, maintain relationships, and foster program participation; with government agencies, community individuals and groups, transportation officials, and community colleges to exchange information and resolve issues; and with district, attorneys to exchange information regarding legal matters. SPAN OF CONTROL Directly supervise counselors, teachers, school resource officers, coaches, club sponsors, classified employees, SERS personnel, and others as assigned. Assist principal with carrying out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws, including interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. EDUCATIONAL DELIVERY Assist the principal in the following areas: Support the instructional programs of the District by supervising and evaluating teachers and administrators and by developing and implementing school instructional programs. Understand the philosophy of standards-based education, the processes of curriculum development and effective models of instruction, and lead their implementation in the schools. Manage the development of curriculum and instructional programs that recognize the contributions of diverse groups and foster success for all students regardless of gender, race, or disability. Lead the community in the development of challenging performance standards for students and the development of varied supervisory and evaluation processes. Insure the development of a staff development program that recognizes the principles of adult learning and focuses on student success. Use data to analyze the current state of student learning and serve as a catalyst for and manager of needed change. Understand and lead the use of technology in instruction. The majority of the time is spent at the school site. COMPLEXITY OF WORK Requires analytical skills, independent thinking, considerable judgment, and the ability to assess crises and make sound decisions quickly with little time or input from others. Assists with managing personnel, curriculum, student success and discipline, and physical plant. Must have a strong understanding of student behavior, District culture and policies, and be able to quickly analyze the impact of decisions on the student, school, District, and community. Generally, work is complicated by the volume of students at the school site, large budget management responsibilities, and the diversity and severity of student issues and crises. The physical demands, work environment factors, and mental functions described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. PHYSICAL DEMANDS While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, talk or hear, and taste or smell. The employee frequently is required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel. The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. MENTAL FUNCTIONS While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly is required to compare, analyze, communicate, evaluate, use interpersonal skills, compile, and negotiate. The employee frequently is required to copy, instruct, compute, and synthesize. WORK ENVIRONMENT While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Roaring Fork School District: Assistant Principal , Riverview School

Assistant Principal - Riverview School Glenwood Springs, Colorado Date Posted: 3/9/2023 Date Available: 7/22/2023

The Raring Fork School District is seeking applications for an experienced, self-directed, innovative leader to serve as the Assistant Principal for Riverview Dual Language School starting the 2023-24 school year. Riverview Dual Language School serves students PreK-8th grade. Ideal candidates will demonstrate significant skill and experience in:

  • Implementing the vision, mission, values, expectations and goals of Riverview Dual Language School

  • Knowledge of dual language instruction and programming preferred

  • Knowledge and leadership of special education programming preferred

  • Creating trust and working collaboratively in a complex, multi-stakeholder environment

  • Developing and applying strategic plans, and employing data-driven analyses and decision-making

  • Identifying and promoting effective instructional practices

  • Applying top-notch interpersonal skills, including public speaking, Spanish bilingual preferred

  • Recruiting, hiring, coaching, and evaluating a wide range of personnel

  • Leading a diverse school in the successful attainment of ambitious student achievement goals

  • Understanding and successfully closing student achievement gaps

  • Creating an atmosphere that reflects student ownership of academic and character development

  • Participating as a team member while also leading

  • Understanding and leading the student success process (RtI, MTSS)

Candidates should have experience as an educator in an elementary and/or middle school, as well as leadership experience. Requires the ability to obtain and maintain an appropriate license through CDE for the position of Assistant Principal.

Pay Range $81,408 - $94,476 **Based on education and years of experience **Annual salary noted above is based on an 8 hour day (FTE 1) and full days worked calendar. Any position that is less than a full FTE/8 hours per day or late start will be prorated accordingly.


The Roaring Fork School District (RFSD) offers full district paid employee health benefits as well as voluntary vision, dental, and dependent coverage. Other benefits include: paid leave, CO PERA (pension plan) enrollment with district contribution, TSA options, Employee Assistance and Wellness Programs.

With 13 schools and 5,600 students, the Roaring Fork School District is located in the culturally vibrant and naturally stunning Roaring Fork Valley serving the communities of Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, and Basalt. The Roaring Fork Schools believe that teachers are our most important asset, and our teachers enjoy a true teacher voice in decision-making; clear and collaborative leadership; small class sizes (average - 21); a highly competitive and progressive salary schedule; access to our affordable housing program; and a culture of self-care and well-being. We believe diversity is a strength, and our staff makes a real difference for our students who come from different ethnicities, cultures, and socio-economic backgrounds. Learn more and apply here.

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