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1 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK QUALIFICATIONS: (1) High School Diploma or equivalent. (2) Five (5) years responsible experience involving bookkeeping or accounting procedures. (3) Computer proficiency. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Considerable knowledge of principles and practices of accounting. Ability to apply knowledge to work situations. Ability to gather data and make judgments. Knowledge of rules, regulations and policies controlling budgetary fiscal record keeping. Ability to pay attention to detail and deadlines. Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with school and District staff and vendors. Ability to utilize technology to accomplish tasks. Knowledge of office practices and procedures. Ability to operate office equipment. Ability to prepare complex and accurate accounting reports. REPORTS TO: Director, Finance JOB GOAL To provide support services to all District schools and departments by performing accounts payable functions in the most efficient and timely manner. SUPERVISES: N/A PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: * (1) Assist with establishing and maintaining an approved accounting system. * (2) Maintain and monitor all accounts, vouchers, and contracts related to the schools. * (3) Conduct routine pre-audits and post-audits by examining, analyzing, and verifying invoices, bills and vouchers, records, funds and accounts for accuracy and completeness. * (4) Enter data as necessary. * (5) Monitor and check all purchase orders for accounting codes, proper signatures, and verify price totals. * (6) Secure administrative approval for purchase orders. * (7) Assign vendor numbers to purchase orders, disburse purchase orders and mail to vendors. * (8) Check and verify invoice items and prices with purchase orders, and prepare invoices for payment. * (9) Check and verify all employee travel. *(10) Check, verify and log all telephone bills. *(11) Receipt all monies, make deposits, and transfer monies for payroll and accounts payable. *(12) Maintain ledger files, receipt books and records of expenditures to accounts. (13) Establish vendor files and answer vendor questions as appropriate. (14) Perform other incidental tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Light Work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 10 pounds of force as frequently as needed to move objects.

2 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK (Continued) TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District s approved compensation plan. Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by the District. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board s policy on evaluation of personnel. *Essential Performance Responsibilities Job Description Supplement Code 6 Group 6 of the ESP Salary Schedule DOE Job Code Sr. Accounts Payable Clerk Group 8 of the ESP Salary Schedule DOE Job Code 75032

3 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, SCHOOL QUALIFICATIONS: (1) Master s Degree. (2) Certification as a teacher or educational leadership. (3) Three (3) years successful teaching or administrative assignment. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of State statutes, Department of Education rules and School Board policies. Possess positive interpersonal skills essential to team building. Understanding of master scheduling. Competent skills in computers. Ability to monitor testing and analyze data. REPORTS TO: Principal JOB GOAL To assist the Principal in carrying out school-based duties and responsibilities. SUPERVISES: All school personnel. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: * (1) Serve as the person in charge in the Principal s absence. * (2) Assist with the supervision of assigned tasks, including lunch room, detention, ISS, student drop-off / pick-up, study hall, playground, and extracurricular activities. * (3) Assist the Principal with matters of discipline; attend hearings, conferences and maintain necessary records. * (4) Conduct parent conferences in the Principal s absence. (5) Communicate problems and concerns from staff to Principal. * (6) Monitor the attendance program; determine excused, unexcused, and permissible absences, tardies. (7) Revise and update the student handbook when assigned. (8) Serve as coordinator for special programs; such as testing, ESOL, and other assigned programs. * (9) Assist the Principal in building the master schedule and with inputting information on the computer. (10) Provide assistance to students regarding scheduling, scholarship information, and related issues. *(11) Assist with filling out ESE audit information. *(12) Work with the Principal in implementing programs dealing with curriculum. (13) Assist the Principal with routine reports, textbook control and inventory. (14) Perform other incidental tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 10 pounds of force as needed to move objects. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District s approved compensation plan.

4 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, SCHOOL (Continued) Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by the District. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board s policy on evaluation of personnel. *Essential Performance Responsibilities Job Description Supplement Code 9 Lane 8 of the Instructional Salary Schedule DOE Job Code 73028

5 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION AIR CONDITIONING MECHANIC QUALIFICATIONS: (1) High School Diploma or equivalent. (2) Appropriate vocational / technical training or completion of an apprenticeship in HVAC. (3) One (1) year of verifiable experience in the trade. (4) Commit to becoming certified in the transfer and recovery of freon. (5) Valid Florida driver s license. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of and ability to effectively use the tools of the trade. Have a working knowledge of the techniques used in prevention and maintenance programs. Interpersonal skills which are necessary to become an effective member of a team. Be proficient in reading and understanding blueprints and schematics. REPORTS TO: Director, Maintenance JOB GOAL To perform skilled work in the installation, maintenance and repair of airconditioning units and refrigeration equipment. SUPERVISES: N/A PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: * (1) Perform tasks necessary to install, modify, maintain repair and / or overhaul all A / C units and refrigeration equipment. * (2) Trouble-shoot malfunctioning or inoperative equipment. * (3) Make repairs to air handlers, ventilating fans, operating controls, pressure leaks, crankshafts, and other such equipment as necessary. * (4) Read blueprints and schematics. Construct and / or install equipment according to plans. * (5) Balance out the air conditioning system for proper distribution of air for uniform temperature. (6) Establish a preventative maintenance plan and work toward it at all times. (7) Change filters as needed to provide clean air to classrooms and other facilities. (8) Keep all refrigerators operating at the proper temperature to keep foods safe. * (9) Operate all steam and hot water boilers and monitor all operating parameters. (10) Inspect boiler tubes and clean as needed. (11) Monitor oxygen and carbon dioxide levels as required. (12) Assist other tradesmen when needed. (13) Inventory tools, supplies and materials. (14) Requisition materials and supplies for jobs in progress. (15) Perform other incidental tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Heavy Work: Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 20 pounds of force as needed to move objects.

6 AIR CONDITIONING MECHANIC (Continued) TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District s approved compensation plan. Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by the District. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board s policy on evaluation of personnel. *Essential Performance Responsibilities Job Description Supplement Code 8 Group 8 of the ESP Salary Schedule DOE Job Code 81024

7 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS / TECHNOLOGY QUALIFICATIONS: (1) Master s Degree from an accredited educational institution. (2) Valid Florida teacher certification. (3) Experience with the Florida Department of Education in collection, editing, and transmittal preferred. (4) Experience as a School Based Administrator preferred. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of systems, mainframe and micro-operations, instructional and administrative development processes. Knowledge of Course Code Directory and Florida Statutes and Federal regulations. Understanding of the Student Progression Plan. Knowledge of state-of-the-art research and best practices in areas of responsibility. Knowledge of statutory and regulatory requirements in areas of responsibility. Knowledge of budgeting and financial management. Ability to organize and to supervise people. Ability to analyze and present data and findings in a logical and understandable format. Ability to work cooperatively with other departments and agencies. Ability to analyze statistical data for trends and student performance in various programs and to develop strategies for improvement. Ability to represent the District at State and Regional functions. REPORTS TO: Director, MIS/Technology JOB GOAL To coordinate and monitor the instructional technology program and technology and other applicable grants. To help incorporate the use of technology in schools and to coordinate and provide staff development opportunities. SUPERVISES: Computer Technicians

8 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS / TECHNOLOGY (Continued) PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: *(1) Provide assistance and support for the Director of MIS/ Technology. *(2) Prepare all proposals for program funds for review by the Director, MIS and the Superintendent s Executive Leadership Team. *(3) Manage Technology grants and make appropriate recommendations concerning software and hardware concerns. *(4) Remain current on laws and requirements regarding Technology and MIS program and meet with related staff to interpret and implement regulations. *(5) Maintain a current property inventory for each program. *(6) Coordinate the schedule and use of district computer technicians. *(7) Supervise the use of student records and related identification forms. *(8) Maintain and update District Website. *(9) Assist program teachers in organizing and planning for effective student learning, including the use of varied instructional materials and technology. *(10) Plan and supervise appropriate in-service activities for program staff. (11) Attend appropriate county, area and State meetings related to the programs. (12) Assist in the development of administrative guidelines. (13) Assist in the development of policies. *(14) Supervise assigned personnel, conduct annual performance appraisals and make recommendations for appropriate employment action. *(14) Prepare all required reports and maintain all appropriate records. (15) Assist in the preparation of the budget. *(16) Coordinate district computer purchasing and replacement. *(17) Maintain and coordinate the district e mail system. *(18) Serve as the district technology security contact and coordinator. (19) Perform other incidental tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 10 pounds of force as needed to move objects. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District s approved compensation plan. Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by the District.

9 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS / TECHNOLOGY (Continued) EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board s policy on evaluation of personnel. *Essential Performance Responsibilities Job Description Supplement Code 5 Salary Index of the Administrative Salary Schedule DOE Job Code Board Approved 05/18/2004

10 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION ASSISTANT FOOD SERVICE MANAGER QUALIFICATIONS: (1) High School Diploma or equivalent. (2) Minimum of three (3) years as a cafeteria worker. (3) Experience in large scale food preparation. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Ability to assist the Food Service Manager in the day-to-day operation of the cafeteria. Assume the manager s duties when needed. Ability to perform routine duties involving preparation, cleanup, and serving food. Knowledge of basic math skills. Ability to work under pressure in a noisy environment. Ability to operate food service equipment. Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with others. REPORTS TO: Food Service Manager / Principal JOB GOAL To assist with the smooth and efficient operation of the school cafeteria and provide each student with nutritious food in an atmosphere of cleanliness, friendliness and warmth. SUPERVISES: N/A PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: * (1) Assist in the preparation and serving of food in the cafeteria. * (2) Assist with the storage and care of food and supplies. * (3) Assist with the cleaning of the kitchen, serving, storage and dining areas. * (4) Assist with the supervision of cleaning schedules to ensure the work is carried out. * (5) Assist with the inspection of the kitchen, cooking and mixing utensils, and employees for cleanliness and sanitary purposes. * (6) Assist with the responsibility for ensuring that all equipment in the cafeteria is in safe working condition. * (7) Assist with the collection of revenue from cafeteria services. * (8) Assist in preparing, ordering and maintaining records on food and supplies. * (9) Assist with instructing new cafeteria employees in performing their assigned tasks. (10) Perform other incidental tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 10 pounds of force as needed to move objects. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District s approved compensation plan.

11 ASSISTANT FOOD SERVICE MANAGER (Continued) Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by the District. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board s policy on evaluation of personnel. *Essential Performance Responsibilities Job Description Supplement Code 11 Group 2 of the ESP Salary Schedule; SP380 (499 students or less) DOE Job Code 76016

12 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL QUALIFICATIONS: (1) Master s Degree or higher. (2) Certification in educational leadership, administration, or Administration/Supervision by the State of Florida. (3) Minimum of three (3) years successful teaching experience. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Ability to read, interpret, implement, and enforce State Board Rules, Code of Ethics and Principles of Professional Conduct, School Board Policy, and appropriate state and federal statutes. Knowledge of collective bargaining agreements. Ability to use effective public relations skills. Ability to analyze data. Ability to use effective interview techniques, effective public speaking skills, and problem-solving skills. Ability to provide instructional leadership based on current educational trends, research, and technology. Knowledge of group and cultural dynamics. Demonstrated effective written and oral communication skills. Skills in personnel management, interaction, supervision techniques, coaching, and conflict resolution. Ability to understand the unique needs, problems and characteristics of school students. Ability to coach, supervise and evaluate personnel in accordance with collective bargaining agreements. Knowledge of Florida educational reform, accountability and effective school concepts. REPORTS TO: School Principal JOB GOAL To assist the Principal in providing vision and leadership to develop, administer and monitor the educational programs and needs of students in a safe school environment. SUPERVISES: Instructional, support, and service personnel as assigned by the Principal PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: * (1) Provide assistance and feedback to school personnel. * (2) Develop and implement the school s instructional program with assistance from District personnel and provide its articulation among school personnel as assigned by the Principal. * (3) Develop the master teaching schedule and assign teachers according to identified needs. * (4) Utilize current educational best practices and research in the planning and preparation of the school instructional program. * (5) Interpret and enforce School Board policy, state statutes and federal regulations. * (6) Assist the principal with implementation of the accreditation program for the assigned school.

13 ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL (Continued) * (7) Coordinate in the selection of textbooks, material and equipment needed at the assigned school as directed by the principal. * (8) Manage and administer the testing program for the school. * (9) Facilitate personnel development to assure that the school will realize maximum value from each of its employees through in-service, the Peer Assistance Program and other developmental activities based on identified needs. *(10) Facilitate process of positive communication among students, parents, teachers, and clerical staff in daily interactions. Use effective oral and written communication. *(11) Provide leadership and assist with the establishment of procedures to be used in the event of school crisis and/or civil disobedience. *(12) Provide leadership in the school improvement process. *(13) Administer and develop teacher duty rosters for the school. *(14) Provide supervision while maintaining visibility about the campus and classroom. *(15) Establish guidelines for proper student conduct and effective disciplinary procedures and policies for the school. *(16) Interpret and enforce the District s Code for Student Conduct. *(17) Supervise all facets of the registration process. *(18) Coordinate the production of pre-planning materials. *(19) Supervise and evaluate instructional and support personnel as assigned by the Principal. *(20) Comply with provisions of collective bargaining agreements. *(21) Assist with the interviewing and selection of qualified personnel to be recommended for employment, reappointment and termination as directed by the Principal. *(22) Develop and maintain positive school/community relations and act as a liaison between school and community. Assist with developing a school environment that I open and customer/student focused. *(23) Assist with coordinating the school food service program as it relates to the special needs of the school. *(24) Maintain adequate property inventory records, key control and security of school property as directed by the principal. *(25) Participate in the development of long-range facility needs at the assigned school. *(26) Coordinate plant safety and facility inspection at the school. *(27) Assist with the management and administration of the maintenance function for the school in a manner that ensures maximum life and use of facility. *(28) Assist with the coordination of the transportation services at the assigned school. (29) Participate in the function of financial planning for the school, which may include assisting in the preparation of the school s budget. (30) Participate in the disbursement of funds to assure that the school will realize the maximum value educationally and financially in securing supplies, materials, equipment and services. *(31) Supervise the function of student accounting at the school, as it pertains to funding and attendance. *(32) Manage and administer the attendance policy and procedures. *(33) Communicate, through the Principal, to appropriate District staff, information relating to various problems or events of unusual nature. *(34) Coordinate data processing activities as assigned. *(35) Provide leadership for, and supervision of, extracurricular activity programs. *(36) Participate in the administration of the school s athletic program. *(37) Assist in managing and supervising the student activity programs, including the selection of club sponsors. *(38) Approve school-sponsored activities and maintain a calendar of all school events. *(39) Assume responsibility of the school when the Principal is absent from the building. (40) Assist the principal in providing leadership for the implementation of state, district and school achievement standards, and tests adopted to measure student performance.

14 ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL (Continued) (41) Assist in providing instructional leadership and supervision for the school. (42) Support the principal in the implementation of the Florida Code of Ethics and Principles of Professional Conduct. (43) Assist in providing instructional leadership and supervision for student achievement in the school. (44) Assist and support the principal in establishing and maintaining individual professional development plans for each instructional employee. (45) Perform other incidental tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of the position. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 10 pounds of force as needed to move objects. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District s approved compensation plan. Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by the District. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board s Policy on evaluation of personnel. *Essential Performance Responsibilities Job Description Supplement Code 5 DOE Job Codes Elem Lane AP EM Salary Index of the Administrative Salary Schedule M/J Lane AP EM Salary Index of the Administrative Salary Schedule SH Lane AP HS Salary Index of the Administrative Salary Schedule Other Lane AP HS Salary Index of the Administrative Salary Schedule

15 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, ADMINISTRATION QUALIFICATIONS: (1) Master s Degree. (2) Certification in educational leadership or school principal. (3) Minimum of five (5) years successful administrative experience. (4) Minimum of three (3) years teaching. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Ability to read, interpret and enforce Florida statutes, State Board rules and School Board policy. Knowledge of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Ability to demonstrate administrative and technical expertise in multiple areas including budget, personnel, purchasing, transportation, food service, facilities, maintenance and collective bargaining. Knowledge of regulations pertaining to health, safety, and environmental issues. Ability to use effective public relations skills. Ability to effectively use problem-solving skills. Ability to plan, manage and supervise. Demonstrated strong written and oral communication skills and interpersonal skills. REPORTS TO: Superintendent JOB GOAL To assist the Superintendent substantially and effectively by providing leadership in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive program of operational and support services. SUPERVISES: Director, Finance Director, Maintenance Director, Personnel Director, Management Information Systems / Technology Coordinator, Transportation Food Service Coordinator PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: * (1) Conduct research for collective bargaining and serve as the Board s contact with the Chief Negotiator. * (2) Monitor and facilitate all phases of construction, including planning, supervision, and reporting. * (3) Administer a comprehensive program of school plant construction, maintenance, transportation, food and purchasing services that will enhance a safe, clean, attractive, and pleasant school atmosphere. * (4) Assume responsibility for the coordination of finance, support, and personnel services. * (5) Interpret negotiated contracts to members of the staff and provide training concerning the management of collectively bargained contracts. * (6) Plan, organize, and coordinate matters in fact-finding, arbitration, unfair labor charges, and cases heard before the Board and public commission for other bodies.

16 ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, ADMINISTRATION (Continued) * (7) Provide information services to management staff members serving on the School Board s negotiating team. * (8) Maintain regular liaison with Florida School Labor Relations Service, Florida School Boards Association, and Florida Association of School Administrators in matters relating to employee relations. * (9) Coordinate the review and update of Board policy. *(10) Keep abreast of and interpret District policies, State law, and State Board regulations for staff and community. *(11) Develop administrative guidelines to implement Board policy. (12) Provide input to employee insurance and calendar committees. (13) Assume responsibility for review of matters with legal implications; consult Board attorney on such items. (14) Assist with the development of bid specifications. (15) Serve as the District coordinator for general records retention schedule. *(16) Assist in the determination of school needs and make appropriate recommendations. *(17) Report on the status of District programs and services at the request of the Superintendent. (18) Prepare drafts of needed Board policies and administrative rules for the Superintendent s review and action. (19) Maintain liaison with social, professional, civic, volunteer, and other community agencies and groups having an interest in the schools. *(20) Communicate to the Superintendent the requirements and needs of the District as perceived by staff members. *(21) Supervise assigned personnel, conduct annual performance appraisals, and make recommendations for appropriate employment action. *(22) Prepare or oversee the preparation of all required reports and the maintenance of all appropriate records. (23) Perform other incidental tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Light Work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 10 pounds of force as frequently as needed to move objects. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District s approved compensation plan. Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by the District. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board s policy on evaluation of personnel. *Essential Performance Responsibilities Job Description Supplement Code 6 Lane A SUP Salary Index of the Administrative Salary Schedule DOE Job Code 72003

17 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, CURRICULUM QUALIFICATIONS: (1) Master s Degree from an accredited educational institution. (2) Certification in Educational Leadership or School Principal. (3) Minimum of eight (8) years successful experience in education to include three (3) years teaching and five (5) years in administration or supervision. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of national, State, and District educational goals and standards. Knowledge of effective school concepts and principles. Knowledge of state-of-the-art research and proven best practices in areas of responsibility. Knowledge of Total Quality Management and its significance for continuous quality improvement in education. Knowledge of learning theory, program planning, curriculum development and management of instructional programs. Knowledge of statutory and regulatory requirements in areas of responsibility. Ability to supervise people. Ability to plan and present information to the public. Ability to facilitate various size groups using facilitative leadership skills. Ability to make decisions based on relevant information. Ability to understand the Course Code Directory and Florida statutes related to curriculum and instruction requirements. Extensive understanding of the Pupil Progression Plan and ability to interpret it to others. Ability to balance several job functions at one time and work under a heavy work load. Ability to work cooperatively with school personnel, community and other departments and agencies. Good interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to analyze statistical data for trends and standard performance in various programs and to develop strategies for improvement. Ability to represent the District at State and regional functions. REPORTS TO: Superintendent JOB GOAL To assist the Superintendent substantially and effectively by providing leadership in developing, implementing, and maintaining optimal education programs and services. SUPERVISES: Instructional Services Division Personnel PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: * (1) Direct the overall activities of planning, developing, coordinating, implementing, and evaluating all District curriculum and instruction and instructional support programs. * (2) Direct and coordinate all activities related to the District s instructional delivery system and program management cycle. * (3) Initiate the development of programmatic goals and instructional objectives on a Districtwide basis within the scope of School Board policy, administrative direction, assessed student needs and operational constraints. * (4) Provide overall leadership and appropriate resources for on-going District-wide curriculum development and review to ensure articulation of objectives and skills continuum Pre-K through Grade 12 by subject area.

18 ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, CURRICULUM * (5) Provide leadership for purposeful articulation among all instructional levels as well as between basic and special programs. * (6) Oversee and monitor program compliance audits. * (7) Provide assistance regarding F.T.E. matters, such as F.T.E. projections. * (8) Assume overall responsibility and monitoring of various reports such as, Final Class Reports, Vocational Placement and Follow-up Reports, Economically and Academically Disadvantaged Reports, Exploration and Orientation Reports, Program Review, Program Improving Plans. *(9) Coordinate programs with Community College community education, including articulation agreements for academic programs. *(10) Provide leadership, direction, and monitoring of School Improvement and Accountability. (11) Maintain liaison with social, professional, civic, volunteer and other community agencies and groups having an interest in the schools. *(12) Maintain good public relations with parents and community groups for dissemination of information and feedback. (13) Assist in interpreting the programs, philosophy and policies of the District to staff, students and the community. *(14) Serve as the liaison between the State Department of Education and the instructional staff of the District in communicating and planning program requirements of the State statutes, State Board of Education rules and regulations and mandated federal programs. *(15) Establish and provide leadership for a collaborative team to ensure that curriculum and instruction initiatives are student focused and aligned with the District mission and beliefs, and school goals and improvement plans. *(16) Maintain a close working relationship with school administrators and teachers to ensure information exchange, coordination of efforts and general support for the decision-making process. *(17) Provide leadership and assistance to school personnel in the use of assessment data for the improvement of instruction. (18) Establish necessary procedures for referral and cooperative planning with other agencies. *(19) Coordinate all instructional services reporting requirements. (20) Assist in the development and implementation of in-service education. (21) Assist in the development of educational specifications for new facilities and equipment. *(22) Provide leadership in planning and acquiring appropriate teaching materials, textbooks and equipment. *(23) Provide leadership for Southern Association of Colleges and Schools accreditation process. *(24) Direct and supervise the implementation of the District s Pupil Progression Plan. (25) Maintain contact with other school districts in Florida and other states to share and receive information of effective programs and practices. (26) Establish a systemic approach to curriculum and instructional planning, development, implementation and evaluation. *(27) Provide leadership for school improvement initiatives. (28) Provide leadership for emerging, innovative and special programs. (29) Report on the status of curriculum and instructional programs and services at the request of the Superintendent. (30) Assist the Superintendent in District-wide planning to link the curriculum and instructional program and the use of financial and human resources to the District s goals and objectives. (31) Assist in the preparation for collective bargaining negotiations. (32) Assist in the development of administrative guidelines related to curriculum and instructional services. (33) Assist in the development of policies related to curriculum and instructional services.

19 ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, CURRICULUM (34) Assist in the preparation of School Board meeting agendas, preparing curriculum and instructional services action items of routine and priority nature as well as timely reports. *(35) Supervise assigned personnel, conduct annual performance appraisals and make recommendations for appropriate employment actions. *(36) Prepare or supervise the preparation of all required reports. (37) Develop, recommend, and administer the curriculum and instructional services budget. *(38) Serve on the Superintendent s Leadership Team. (39) Perform other incidental tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Light Work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 10 pounds of force as frequently as needed to move objects. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District s approved compensation plan. Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by the District. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board s policy on evaluation of personnel. *Essential Performance Responsibilities Job Description Supplement Code 4 Lane A SUP Salary Index of the Administrative Salary Schedule DOE Job Code Revision Board Approved 07/16/2013

20 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, MAINTENANCE QUALIFICATIONS: (1) High School Diploma. (2) Five (5) years experience in the field of Industrial Management. A Bachelor s Degree may be used in lieu of the experience. (3) Three (3) years supervisory experience. (4) A certificate in the Uniform Building Code for the Department of Education is preferred. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of techniques used in construction, remodeling and maintenance. Knowledge of and skill to construct annual budgets based on the needs of the District. Knowledge of all statutes and regulations governing construction and maintenance work. Skill to oversee design and construction projects. Possess positive interpersonal skills for team building. REPORTS TO: Director of Maintenance JOB GOAL To assist with carrying out the function of maintenance, capital improvements, capital outlay, environmental, energy, safety and security programs, and to help maintain all property and school plants in good condition to assure optimum educational improvement. SUPERVISES: Assist with the supervision of all maintenance employees. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: * (1) Assist with developing, coordinating, and implementing procedures that will ensure a safe, clean, attractive and pleasant school atmosphere. * (2) Assist with directing and coordinating the planning of educational facilities including the annual review of school plant and facility needs and the recommendation of priorities.

21 ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, MAINTENANCE (Continued) (3) Assist in the development and formulation of appropriate educational specifications. * (4) Assist with the recommendation and implementation of criteria relating to whether identified facility needs are to be met by standard or contract maintenance procedures or construction projects. (5) Assist in the selection of architectural / engineering firms and outside contractors for design and construction work and supervise the design and construction of all projects, including review of pay requests, inspections and change orders. * (6) Assist with meeting with the Assistant Superintendent, consultants, principals, and school committees during design phases for construction projects. * (7) Assist with designing and supervising all maintenance, repair and construction projects undertaken by District personnel. * (8) Assist with the inspection, approval and reporting on all maintenance, repair, and construction projects and, when applicable, inspect for compliance with building codes from project design throughout all phases of construction and submit required annual code compliance reports to the Florida Department of Education. *(9) Assist with the supervision and inspection improvement and renovation work performed by outside contractors and verify that the terms of all such contracts have been fulfilled before authorizing final payment. (10) Assist in the acquisition and disposition of School Board-owned real property. (11) Assist with coordinating periodic inspections of all school facilities to ensure compliance with health, safety, and sanitation codes and to determine needed maintenance and repairs. (12) Assist with administering the maintenance safety program including the development and implementation of a progressive safety program to prevent accidents. (13) Assist with developing standards for the maintenance of District educational and ancillary facilities. (14) Assist with reviewing requests for maintenance and repair work and establish priority assignments and scheduling of work through the Maintenance Coordinator. (15) Assist with maintaining a long-range preventive maintenance program, prepare short-range schedules for programmed work, and develop a system of priorities for non-programmed maintenance work with types of work identified for each priority.

22 ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, MAINTENANCE (Continued) (16) Assist with supervising the estimating cost of maintenance, remodeling, renovation, capital improvement and repair projects in terms of labor, materials, and overhead. (17) Assist with directing the District s energy conservation program. *(18) Assist with directing the District s environmental program including potable water, waste water, storm water, AHERA, Radon, indoor air quality, lamp disposal, and refrigerant recovery, etc. (19) Assist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of staff development activities for maintenance and capital improvement personnel. (20) Assist with the supervision of the function of property control including maintenance of property records and appropriate inventory control for maintenance and capital improvement. *(21) Assist with preparing all required reports and maintain all appropriate records. *(22) Assist with supervising assigned personnel, conduct annual performance appraisals, and recommend appropriate employment action. (23) Assist with the supervising the development of administrative guidelines for various areas of responsibility. (24) Assist in the development of policies related to assigned areas of responsibility. (25) Assist in the preparation of the administrative services budget. (26) Assist with developing and implementing policies and programs to ensure compliance with all regulatory agency rules. (27) Assist with the coordination of maintenance activities, capital improvements and capital outlay projects to prevent overlapping of activities. (28) Assist with performing other incidental tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Heavy Work: Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 20 pounds of force as needed to move objects. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District s approved compensation plan. Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by the District.

23 ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, MAINTENANCE (Continued) EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be appraised in accordance with provisions of the Board s policy on appraisal of personnel. *Essential Performance Responsibilities Job Description Supplement Code 8 Lane AD MJ Salary Index DOE Job Code Lane AD MT Board Approved 03/20/01

24 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION AVID Tutor QUALIFICATIONS: 1) Must be a college student or graduate. 2) Must have a strong Math and English background evidenced by transcripts. REPORTS TO: Teacher / Principal JOB GOAL Tutors will work with individuals and/or students under the supervision of a teacher. SUPERVISES: N/A PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: (1) Determine from student notes and discussions, the concepts that need to be taught or retaught. (2) Evaluate student binders, including calendars, class and textbook notes, etc. (3) Become familiar with the materials in the AVID Curriculum Libraries. (4) Become familiar with the textbooks and materials used by AVID students. (5) Conduct tutorial sessions in all areas of mathematics; therefore, a strong math background is mandatory. (6) Conduct mini-lessons in the process of writing in all subject areas, study skills, and other aspects of college preparation. (7) Set an example of personal excellence and high expectations for AVID students to follow. (8) Work with students in any phase of the writing process, such as brainstorming, clustering, revision, and editing. (9) Communicate frequently and honestly with the AVID coordinator/teacher regarding student progress and areas of concern. $10.55 w/o degree $23.81 with degree DOE Job Code Board Approved 10/02/2012 Revision Board Approved 11/05/2013

25 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION BEHAVIORAL SPECIALIST QUALIFICATIONS: (1) Bachelor s Degree from an accredited college or university (Master s preferred) (2) Certified by the State of Florida in an exceptional education area (3) Minimum of three (3) years successful teaching experience in exceptional education, or comparable experience in an behavioral mental health program (4) Knowledgeable about and experienced with working with students on the Autism Spectrum KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of current trends and research in exceptional student education. Knowledge of issues related to exceptional student curriculum and instructional techniques. Knowledge of current educational research in the area of behavioral disorders. Knowledge of basic principles of applied behavioral analysis and positive behavior support systems. Ability to organize and conduct meetings, to provide conflict resolutions, to communicate, plan, and disseminate precise information of technical issues relating to exceptional student education. Ability to develop and implement functional behavioral assessments and behavioral management plans using appropriate intervention strategies at various levels of intensity. REPORTS TO: Director, Exceptional Student Education and Student Services JOB GOAL To assure delivery of appropriate public education for exceptional students by assessing, developing, training, and monitoring programs which bring about positive behavioral change. SUPERVISES: None PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: * (1) Assist in the completion of a functional behavioral assessments for students with disabilities. * (2) Evaluate student progress on a regular basis. * (3) Provide training for teachers, parents, and staff in identifying targeted behavior(s) and in procedures of proposed plans. * (4) Maintain a current knowledge of rules, regulations, and laws affecting exceptional student education. (5) Assist ESE and general education teachers in developing strategies to work with students with disabilities in the general education classroom, to the extent possible. * (6) Conduct manifestation of handicapped IEP meetings. * (7) Participate in parent conferences/iep meetings, as appropriate. * (8) Maintain accurate and complete records as required by law, district policy, and administrative regulations. * (9) Assist the school team in developing behavioral intervention plans for student with disabilities.

26 Behavior Specialist (Continued) * (10) Provide individual and small group activities designed to improve students' interpersonal relationships and social skills. * (11) Provide in-service education to school staff regarding discipline and behavior management interventions. * (12) Provide technical assistance to the Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities (EBD) program at the specific school and/or separate school. * (13) Serve as a liaison between school, parents, students, and District Office. (14) Assist in developing forms, formats, and procedures for Exceptional Student Education (ESE). * (15) Provide technical assistance to new teachers, bus drivers, and teacher assistants. * (16) Use effective, positive interpersonal communication skills. * (17) Assist general education teachers in working with students who have been in exceptional education programs and are returning to regular class placement. * (18) Assist schools in the review of students being referred, entering, exiting, and continuing placement in the EBD Program at the specific school and/or separate school. (19) Perform other tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Heavy Work: Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up 20 pounds of force as needed to move objects. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District's approved compensation plan. Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by the District. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board's policy on evaluation of personnel. *Essential Performance Responsibilities Job Description Supplement Code 8 Lane 8 of the Instructional Salary Schedule DOE Job Code Board Approved 06/16/2009

27 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION BEHAVIORAL THERAPIST QUALIFICATIONS: (1) Associate of Arts Degree or two (2) years college education with an area of emphasis in education, child development, psychology or related courses. (2) Three (3) years training experience as a teacher aide with ESE students. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge and understanding of emotionally disturbed students. Knowledge of and ability to use crisis prevention, intervention and aggression control techniques. Ability to follow directions and to work as a team member. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships. REPORTS TO: Teacher / Principal JOB GOAL To assist the teacher in establishing and maintaining an effective learning environment. SUPERVISES: N/A PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: * (1) Assist teacher in planning and implementing classroom activities. * (2) Assist teacher in teaching students appropriate social and behavioral skills. * (3) Assist students with accomplishing assigned tasks. * (4) Assist in the preparation of instructional materials. * (5) Assist in maintaining an attractive and orderly environment. * (6) Complete assigned clerical tasks. * (7) Supervise students inside and outside the classroom. * (8) Implement, in accordance with established guidelines, non-violent restraint procedures when students present an immediate threat to themselves or others. * (9) Assist in maintaining safety. *(10) Assist the teacher in assessing student progress. *(11) Assist in preparing and maintaining accurate reports and records. (12) Maintain strict confidentiality of student records and data. (13) Provide escort and assistance to students as needed. (14) Alert the teacher to special needs of individual students. (15) Observe and record student s performance and / or behavior. (16) Perform other incidental tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 10 pounds of force as needed to move objects. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:

28 BEHAVIORAL THERAPIST (Continued) Salary and benefits shall be paid consistent with the District s approved compensation plan. Length of the work year and hours of employment shall be those established by the District. EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board s policy on evaluation of personnel. *Essential Performance Responsibilities Job Description Supplement Code 5

29 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEVY COUNTY JOB DESCRIPTION BOOKKEEPER, FISCAL QUALIFICATIONS: (1) High School Diploma or equivalent. (2) Minimum of three (3) years experience in bookkeeping. (3) Computer proficiency. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Considerable knowledge of bookkeeping principles and practices of bookkeeping. Knowledge of laws, rules and regulations and District policies regarding internal record keeping activities, property control and insurance. Ability to apply knowledge to work situations. Ability to gather data and make judgments. Ability to set priorities and prepare complete and accurate reports. Ability to understand written and oral communications regarding expenditure of funds, property control and insurance matters. Good basic English and mathematics skills. Ability to utilize computer and appropriate software programs, calculator and microfiche equipment. REPORTS TO: Director, Finance JOB GOAL To assist in operation of District business affairs including financial, property control and insurance matters in order to provide the maximum services for the available resources. SUPERVISES: N/A PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: * (1) Maintain a complete and systematic set of records of all financial transactions of the District. * (2) Reconcile canceled payroll and accounts payable checks with bank statement and verify bank balance with statement. * (3) Record cash receipts and maintain daily cash report. * (4) Record detail of school financial transactions in appropriate journals and subsidiary ledgers. * (5) Prepare and balance property records including maintenance of vehicle titles and land deed records. * (6) Maintain insurance records. * (7) Process and maintain worker s compensation, student accident and property loss claims and serve as NEFEC and carrier contact. (9) Serve on District insurance and safety committees. *(10) Review monthly internal account reports. (11) Assist in the bidding process for student sports insurance and certain maintenance contracts. *(12) Maintain pertinent memorandum and correspondence files.

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