Assistant Superintendent

Hinds County School District
Raymond, Mississippi
$115,000 - $140,000

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EMPLOYMENT PERIOD: 12 months to begin July 1, 2022

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Monday, February 7, 2022 

If you meet the qualifications/requirements submit an online application with your most current information at

If you should have questions please contact: Dr. Delesicia Martin, Superintendent at


  1. Mississippi certificate in Educational Administration and Supervision
  2. Master’s degree in Educational Administration and Supervision; Doctorate degree preferred
  3. Minimum of five years experience in educational administration, two years of experience at the district or other-than-school-building level preferred
  4. Skilled in personnel administration, purchasing procedures, fiscal planning and management, institutional facilities planning and construction, school environment management, and accreditation and instructional management

Able to communicate effectively to the Board of Trustees, the media, and various other lay and professional audiences.                                                                                                                                                   


  Mississippi certificate in Educational Administration and Supervision 

  (486) Career Level Administrator 

SUPERVISES: Shared supervision of all district employees

REPORTS TO: The Superintendent

JOB GOAL: The goal of the Assistant Superintendent is to ensure that the district has adequate resources to accomplish the educational mission of the district; administer policies and services designed to meet the needs of district employees; assure compliance with governing laws and board policies; and assist in administering district programs efficiently and effectively.


Such duties and responsibilities as may be assigned, including but not limited to:

  1. Assist in administering all district programs
  2. Act in the Superintendent’s behalf as district executive officer in the event of the absence or unavailability of the Superintendent
  3. Ensure the operation of school facilities
  4. Ensure that employment practices and procedures remain in compliance with laws and Boardpolicies
  5. Provide leadership for, and coordinate the development of, job analysis and performance appraisal
  6. Ensure the annual performance appraisals of personnel are conducted in a timely and appropriatemanner
  7. Evaluate department heads, supervisors, and principals annually as designated by the Superintendent
  8. Periodically monitor each program supervised with on-site visits and other contact interaction
  9. Monitor and maintain policies established by the Board of Trustees
  10. Provide for the continual efficient performance of the district by administering a strategic planningprocess
  11. Represent the Superintendent in grievance or other legal hearing initiated by district employees
  12. Represent the school district in all matters related to school operations by administering a public relations program
  13. Report district program developments and operational activities to the media, parent stakeholders, and other lay groups
  14. Chair assigned committees
  15. Assist the Superintendent in leading various interdepartmental project groups, special projects, and task forces
  16. Continue professional growth and development through staff development programs, professionalmeetings, study of professional literature, and/or additional graduate courses
  17. Perform other duties as assigned

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: 238 days annually with salary to be established by the Board of Trustees

EVALUATION: Performance of the Assistant Superintendent will be evaluated annually by the Superintendent in accordance with provision of Board policy.

NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION: Hinds County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion or age in the admission to and provision of educational programs, activities and services, or employment opportunities and benefits. Contact:  Sharon Harris, Title IX, 601-857-5222






Hinds County School District is a collaborative environment where we explore the world, experience authentic learning, enhance our character, envision our dreams, pursue excellence, and celebrate success. HCSD serves more than 5,200 students from the communities of Bolton, Byram, Edwards, Raymond, Terry, Learned, and Utica. 

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