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Assistant Principal For Faculty Development

Assistant Principal For Faculty Development
St. Michael's High School is currently accepting applications for the position of Assistant Principal of Faculty Development for the 2020–2021 school year. This full-time, exempt position will have the responsibility of developing and promoting world class pedagogy, monitoring and evaluating assessments for learning, and ensuring an excellent classroom environment and culture.

Primary Responsibilities include:
- Collaborates with the Principal on teacher supervision, including evaluation of teachers and all other related responsibilities.
- Meets with assigned teachers at the beginning of the school year to review their instructional goals, and to review curriculum objectives, sequencing, and learning outcomes.
- Maintains up-to-date knowledge of best practices in teaching and learning that come from research, literature in education, and practitioners in the field, and shares and mentors faculty with that knowledge.
- Facilitates and leads faculty professional development activities.
- Provides instructional planning, alignment of goals and programs, and instruction and assessments.
- Leads in the recruitment of new faculty and assists with the orientation and mentoring program for new faculty.
- Leads in the collection and analysis of student academic achievement data.
- Reviews all course syllabi, finals exams, and department sequences and alignments and makes adjustments to achieve academic excellence.
- Assists with the formulation and implementation of professional development days.
- Teaches at least one course and attends meetings in that department.
- Assists in curriculum development to meet the needs of all students and upholds the standards consistent with academic excellence in all areas of the school.
All full-time employees are offered a rich benefits package, which includes participatory group medical coverage, group dental and vision, as well as a tuition remission program and a 100% school-funded defined benefit pension package. Financial support is available for professional development, and faculty and staff are encouraged to take advantage of this benefit.
- Bachelor’s degree and master’s degree required—one in an educational field;
- Hold an active administrative credential and/or secondary teaching credential in the United States or be willing to attain one within a reasonable amount of time;
- Have completed at least 5–7 years of full-time, classroom teaching experience at the high school and/or college level;.
- Have completed 1–3 years of administrative experience at Assistant/Vice Principal or Dean of Students level that required the supervision and development of other faculty;
- Demonstrated passion for education and a dedication to student-centered education, faculty, and parents;
- Exhibit excellent oral and written communication skills and the aptitude and appetite to keep up with changing technological trends;
- Demonstrated collaborative leadership ability. Positive and continuously curious attitude.

To be considered for the position, please email a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Taylor Gantt, President, at no later than 6 PM on Friday, March 13, 2020. Interviews will begin shortly after the application deadline. Please place “APFD – [YOUR NAME]” in the subject line. The School reserves the right to close the selection process at any time if the right candidate is identified.
Start Date
$66,000 - $73,500
Contact Taylor Gantt
Phone: (505) 983-7353
Fax: (505) 982-8722
100 Siringo Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505