Supervisor of Human Resources

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School District: Wauwatosa School District 
City/State: Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 
Where to Apply: https://wecan.education.wisc.edu/#/Vacancy/78951 
Position Open Until: 3/20/2020

*We anticipate interviews will be scheduled starting the week of March 30, 2020.

Do you have an unwavering BELIEF and drive for ALL students to develop the capacity and skills to be community, college, and career ready for our global world? Do you have experience working in a district that is focused on a 21st Century learning environment dedicated to equity, diversity, innovation, and human excellence and collaboration? If you can answer "YES!" then working with Wauwatosa School District may be the opportunity for you.

Wauwatosa School District shares an unyielding belief in the potential for every child to excel academically, a relentless drive to improve education for all children, and a commitment to continual professional growth making us the perfect team for you to join.

Reasons we’ll love you as a candidate:

  • Ambitious: You are ambitious with a strong desire to continue your own professional growth
  • Collaborative: You prefer to work collaboratively
  • Strategic: You are driven by data to make strategic decisions
  • Engaging: You commit to engage and provide opportunities for students

Our ideal candidate must have:

  • Experience or passion to lead in an urban or diverse setting
  • Ability to lead the collaborative development and sustainment of a shared vision for educational equity and improvement
  • Ability to build strong trusting relationships that value all cultures and are inclusive
  • Ability to lead with urgency to reach and uphold the District's mission and vision for all students.

Position Summary:

In coordination with the Director of Human Resources, the Supervisor of Human Resources plans and implements procedures for all personnel activities to maintain and enhance the quality of the educational program offered to students of the Wauwatosa School District. Qualifications and Skills: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in human resources, labor law, or related field Advanced degree preferred--ideally a master’s degree in human resources, labor law, or educational administration Administrative License or Director 10 license preferred Experience with or knowledge of educational institutions Ability to implement policy and procedures Ability to maintain a critical degree of accuracy with data entry and analysis

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary determined annually All insurance and other fringe benefits provided by the individual administrator contract including post-retirement benefits. Reimbursement for actual and necessary expenses legitimately incurred in the performance of duties and included in the budget.

GENERAL INFORMATION: Wauwatosa School District is a high achieving, forward-thinking, and richly diverse public school district serving about 7,200 students and families. Our educational community’s long history of excellence has been recognized both regionally and nationally. In 2017, the Washington Post named both of our high schools on its “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” list. The U.S. News and World Report has repeatedly recognized Wauwatosa East High School as one of the Top 25 High Schools in the state and our District has routinely “Exceeded Expectations” on state Report Cards issued by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Our District consists of 16 schools: 11 elementary, two middle schools, two high schools and the Wauwatosa Virtual Academy. Among our schools are two charter options: Wauwatosa Montessori and Wauwatosa STEM. We also offer a full STEM program at Underwood Elementary and at both of our middle schools. All of which offer robust parent choices when selecting educational opportunities for your child. Additionally, our District provides the education for several county programs including Children’s Hospital, Vel R. Phillips Juvenile Justice Center and River Hills School which is part of the Milwaukee County Mental Health Center. We believe relationships are at the core of the success of our students, teachers, and administrators. To achieve that success, our decisions are guided by our five-year strategic plan which focuses on: Highly Effective Teachers and Staff Continuous Improvement in Student Learning Sound Stewardship of Resources Community Relationships to Benefit Students Screening will begin immediately after the posting date and candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. 

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