Assistant Administrator, Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment-OR

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Job Title:   Assistant Administrator, Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

School District:  Beaverton School District

City/State:   Beaverton, OR

Where to Apply:   https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/departments/human-resources/openings?category=ADMINISTRATOR

Position Open Until:  06/22/2022

Job Description:

With a focus on elementary, secondary or innovation, the Assistant PK-12 Administrator for Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment (CIA) accelerates the learning for every student by ensuring students, teachers, and principals have the resources and training needed to excel. In collaboration with other District administrators, the Assistant Administrator for CIA plans, develops, and coordinates the development, implementation, evaluation, and support of school curriculum, professional development, digital technologies, and instructional strategies to contribute to a comprehensive, rigorous, well-articulated PK-12 curriculum program.

Required Qualifications: 
1. Must have or qualify for an Oregon Administrative credential.
2. Must have at least four years’ experience in a supervisory capacity.
3. Must demonstrate experience in developing and delivering PK-12 programming that drives improved academic performance for all student populations including historically underrepresented populations.
4. Must demonstrate a deep understanding of developmentally appropriate practices, curricular frameworks, pedagogy, and quality classroom materials.
5. Must have experience developing and implementing curriculum for a wide variety of grade levels and subjects.
6. Must demonstrate strong knowledge of high-quality and developmentally appropriate instructional practices and the ability to lead others to implement these practices consistently across classrooms and school sites.
7. Must demonstrate thorough knowledge of effective instruction and knowledge of current theories of curriculum instruction and assessment.
8. Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills.
9. Must hold a valid Oregon or Washington driver’s license.

Applicants are asked to attach two letters of recommendation and unofficial transcripts to their applications. If they are unable to do so and are selected for an interview, they are required to bring them to the interview. Official transcripts are required at time of hire.

If the District is unable to identify at least three qualified finalists from the applicant pool, the position may be re-posted.