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Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources

LaGrangeville, New York 12540
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Arlington Central School District, Dutchess County, NY is seeking an Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources.

For more information visit https://arlingtonschools.recruitfront.com/JobPosting?JID=8357.

Applications will be accepted through March 27, 2020.    

Qualifications:

  • New York State Certification as a School District Administrator (SDA) or School District Leader (SDL)
  • At least 10 years of successful experience in education, including classroom teaching and supervision/administrative experience at the building and district level (alternative experience may be considered at the Superintendent’s discretion)

Reports to: Superintendent of Schools

Supervises: All Human Resources Department staff and others as assigned

Job Description:

This twelve-month Cabinet level, administrative position requires an individual who is dynamic, creative, a team builder, has superior communication skills and a comprehensive knowledge of human resources management in a public school setting. These skills will be used in order to coordinate human resource services and collective bargaining activities and to provide leadership in developing, achieving, and maintaining the best possible educational programs and services in the District. The Assistant Superintendent will support the mission, core values and strategic objectives of the District.

The successful Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources will have the ability to create positive relationships and trust among staff through the use of exceptional human relations and group problem solving skills. This individual will function effectively as a team member, use sound professional judgement, demonstrate a willingness to show initiative, and must have the ability to adapt to changing organizational and instructional needs while continuing to learn the multitude of issues affecting human resources.

Professional Responsibilities:

Specific activities include, but are not limited to the following:

Generalist

  • Coordinate all human resource-related functions of the District
  • Serve as a member of the Superintendent’s Cabinet
  • Manage activities of staff within the Office of Human Resources
  • Promote positive and harmonious relations with the District’s employee organizations
  • Manage and implement the grievance process
  • Develop staff and enrollment projections for strategic staff planning initiatives
  • Review with cabinet and building administrative staff requests for new staff
  • Maintain a comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date personnel records system
  • Monitor professional learning requirements for certificated staff as well as undergraduate and graduate credit and certification for all units
  • Coordinate the Employee Assistance Program, substitute teaching, student teaching and internship programs of the District
  • Assist in supervising and evaluating the work of the administrative and teaching staffs as requested
  • Prepare and present the personnel agenda for all Board of Education meetings
  • Assume the responsibility of problem solving and making recommendations regarding issues that arise in human relations functions
  • Coordinate retirement matters with staff as appropriate
  • Participate in State and national personnel organizations so that current trends in personnel can be applied to the District
  • Provide direction for the maintenance and continued development of the District’s employee databases
  • Track and monitor employee evaluations
  • Track and monitor employee probationary periods and work with administrators to ensure that related reports are completed in a timely manner
  • Track and monitor the process by which certified staff are considered for tenure
  • Other duties assigned by the Superintendent of Schools

Policy/Procedure

  • Provide overall direction regarding District procedures and policies related to personnel
  • Monitor and update procedures to implement all District policies related to personnel
  • Assist in the development of policies, regulations and procedures related to human resources
  • Interpret and clarify human resource policies to all employees and resolve personnel grievances or complaints

Regulations

  • Coordinate with District legal representatives as it relates to the planning and respond to all legal issues related to the personnel function
  • Monitor and implement State certification and Civil Service rules and other requirements related to the professional and classified staff
  • Be knowledgeable and remain current on NYS Education and Civil Service Law and Commissioner’s Regulations
  • Provide for orientation of new administrative staff regarding personnel policies, procedures and State regulations
  • Provide for the professional development of administrators, managers and staff on topics related to personnel practices, trends and issues
  • Ensure that all legal requirements for the employment of personnel are met, including Civil Service and State certification
  • Coordinate compliance with mandated regulation including but not limited to: Records Access, FOIL, Civil Service Law, ADA, EEOC, Title IV, Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, FMLA
  • Coordinate the submission of Human Resources data to the appropriate agencies
  • Serve as the District's liaison with the Dutchess County Civil Service Commission, the Division of Teacher Certification of the New York State Education Department and other agencies regarding licensure requirements and other matters of importance related to staff personnel

Recruitment/Retention

  • Assume major responsibility, in collaboration with administrators and supervisors, in initiating, coordinating and managing of the District’s recruitment of professional and classified staff
  • Provide overall direction to the recruitment and employment of professional and classified staff based upon District personnel policies
  • Direct the budget operation for the Human Resources Office including maintaining position control data for the annual budget preparation
  • Work with school and District administrators in making staffing recommendations to the Superintendent of Schools

Negotiations

  • Initiate and coordinate contract negotiations with the Districts employee organizations
  • Coordinate and implement all employee contracts
  • Prepare and implement the budget for collective bargaining
  • Assume major responsibility for contract administration
  • Assume a leadership role and serve as the Superintendent’s representative in matters related to negotiations

Perform such duties in addition to those described above as may be assigned by the Superintendent or his/her designee.

A competitive salary commensurate with experience will be offered. For additional information go to https://arlingtonschools.recruitfront.com/JobPosting?JID=8357 and click on Current Vacancies.

Applications will be accepted through March 27, 2020.

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