Athletic Director/Assistant Principal
8 hours/day, 261 days/year
The School District of New Richmond is seeking an exceptional Athletic Director/Assistant Principal to provide leadership to the District’s overall vision for athletics, co-curricular, and student-led programming. The Athletic Director/Assistant Principal will provide a growth mindset for outstanding educational leadership, professionalism and excellence. DISTRICT PROFILE: New Richmond is located 50 miles northeast of Minneapolis/St. Paul in a growing community with a great quality of life. The School District of New Richmond is proud of the public education we offer thanks to our tremendous staff who embrace our core purpose which is to inspire students to learn to his/her potential. New Richmond has an emphasis on academic achievement and high expectations with great physical facilities and a very supportive community in which to work. QUALIFICATIONS: • WI DPI Principal License (5051) required. • Master’s degree in education required. • Coaching and/or teaching experience preferred. • Prior experience as activities supervisor preferred. REPORTS TO: High School Principal ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Management • Plans, recommends, and implements strategies to support co-curricular programs. • Promotes continuous improvement in all programs and activities. • Communicates school district philosophy to all coaches and advisors. • Insures that coaches and advisors are adhering to district policies. • Promotes positive messages to the general public concerning co-curricular programs and activities. • Develops co-curricular schedules and maintains a master calendar. • Build relationships with community and youth programs to promote participation. • Organizes and coordinates transportation. • Proficient in technology and develop streaming events for the community. • Provide instructional leadership as needed in the following areas: *Staff observations and evaluations. *Special Services IEP and 504 plans. *Student safety and discipline. • Additional areas as assigned by the Principal. Supervision • Sets up activity event supervision with fellow administrators and supervises events. • Manages and supervises all co-curricular staff. • Recruit, train, and retain high quality coaches and leaders. • Provides training sessions. • Evaluates coaching and advisory staff and programs. • Works with the high school principal and/or superintendent to administer staff discipline. Budget • Maintains a system for financial accountability. • Monitors co-curricular expenditures and income generated. • Makes recommendations concerning program budgets and needs. • Collects revenues from various events. • Oversees student activity accounts related to co-curricular programs. • Fundraises for the athletic department. Student Eligibility/School Events • Distributes information and eligibility rules to students, staff and parents regarding activities. • In coordination with the high school principal, administers student discipline for co-curricular activities. Performs other duties as assigned or requested PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: This work regularly requires sitting, standing, walking, speaking, hearing and occasionally requires pushing, pulling, lifting, and operating machines; work has standard vision requirements; vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word; hearing is required to perceive information at normal spoken word levels and to receive detailed information through oral communications and/or to make fine distinctions in sound; work requires preparing and analyzing written or computer data, and observing general surroundings and activities; work is generally in a moderately noisy location (e.g. school offices/classrooms/passageways).
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