Supervisor Title I ESEA Programs (NBOE)

Employer
Newark Public Schools
Location
Newark, NJ, US
Salary
Competitive

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  • Position Type:
    Instructional -Admin - Central Office/Supv Title I ESEA Programs
  • Date Posted:
    7/1/2020
  • Location:
    Title I Admin Office - 500


  • NEWARK BOARD OF EDUCATION
    HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES
    765 BROAD STREET, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 07102
    ROGER LEÓN, DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT

    Announcement of Vacancy

    SUPERVISOR OF TITLE I ESEA PROGRAMS
    (Pending availability of funds and Board of Education approval)

    The Superintendent invites qualified and interested persons to apply for the position of Supervisor of TItle I ESEA Programs - Office of Federal Programs, Grants, & Parent Engagement.

    Qualifications
    • Master's Degree from an accredited college or university
    • New Jersey Supervisor Standard Certificate
    • Knowledge of federal programs relating to the areas of instruction, parent engagement, and nonpublic equitable services
    • Familiarity with Reauthorization Elementary and Secondary School Act/ ESSA
    • Knowledge of program effectiveness techniques which support effective parent and community engagement
    • Strong professional administrative skills in managing time, projects, deadlines and human and fiscal resources.
    • Ability to effectively utilize technology as an instructional, data management, and presentation tool
    • Ability to collect, interpret, identify, and summarize data trends, and generate tools to enhance district, department and office initiatives
    • Broad business acumen coupled with experience in oversight and implementation of grant programs relating to the areas of instruction, federal funding, addressing complex business and programmatic issues
    • Experience in developing and implementing Corrective Action plans based on internal or external instructional audits or review



    Responsibilities
    • Solve practical problems and deal with concrete variables in situations where limited standardization may exist
    • Supervise instructional staff and ensure ESEA programmatic goals are met to support positive student outcomes
    • Monitor, analyze and communicate on the impact of ESSA rules and regulations on long range planning and instructional outcomes
    • Assists in the educational assessment of participating non public/private school students instructional programming
    • Assists with in-service training for Title I teachers and nonpublic school staff on developing instructional programs
    • Establish efficient operating procedures and guidelines to ensure full compliance with federal and state statues and requirements. Maintains special emphasis on instructional program accountability
    • Collaborate with schools, networks, and central office staff to develop and monitor annual budget and allocate resources to maximize effective delivery of services to students.
    • Support programs that involve parents in an effective partnership with the school to support high student academic achievement
    • Build relationships with external agencies and organizations to facilitate high-quality services for students and support for the district
    • Develop, initiate, maintain and as necessary, revise policies and procedures for the general operation of ESSA programs and its related activities to prevent illegal, unethical or improper conduct.
    • Provide guidance and coordinate internal compliance review, monitoring and auditing activities, including periodic federal programmatic and fiscal department reviews
    • Ability to use data to discern effective instructional program outcomes in the area of Title I, Title IIA, Title III, et al, for nonpublic students and parents
    • Attends NJDOE workshops and meetings regarding the implementation of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act
    • Assists in completing funding applications and composing independent proposals to procure services for federally funded nonpublic school educational programs
    • Provides technical assistance to schools in planning, developing and implementing academic programs for school improvement
    • Monitors in-service training for Title I teachers and nonpublic school staff on developing instructional programs to meet the needs of participating students
    • Plans and assists in the retrieval, summarization and analysis of required reports
    • Plans, organizes and supervises ordering of instructional and non-instructional supplies, materials, and equipment
    • Serves as a resource person to district public and non-public schools, offices, and departments.
    • Assists in the review, design and submission of various budgetary requests
    • Evaluates nonpublic school instructional programs and makes recommendations to instructional staff to support increased student achievement
    • Participates in activities that promote professional growth
    • Assists in the review of independent proposals via Peer Review panel to procure services for federally funded nonpublic school and LEA identified educational programs


    Reports To

    Salary, Terms & Affiliation
    Salary:
    Period:
    Affiliation:

    How To Apply
    Newark Board of Education only accepts electronic applications.

    Open and Close Dates
    Opening Date: July 1, 2020
    Closing Date:

    Equal Employment Opportunity
    THE NEWARK BOARD OF EDUCATION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
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