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High School Principal - Bend-La Pine School District, OR


DLeNM Job Posting

Title of Position
High School Principal
THE SEARCH Bend-La Pine Schools welcomes applications of qualified persons interested in the position of principal at the new Bend High School.  Selection procedures may include: team interview, presentation to the community, and an individual task. The district may conduct a visit to the current job site of the top candidate prior to offering the job. Please apply online: https://www.applitrack.com/bend/onlineapp/
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Hold or qualify for appropriate Oregon administrative license Record of increasingly responsible positions in education. Demonstrated ability to lead relationally in a manner that builds culture. Successful teaching and leadership experience at the high school level. Ability to lead school improvement efforts that produce high achievement results and college and career readiness, with special focus on underserved student populations. Strong communication skills, with a special focus on being an exceptional listener, that establish positive, collaborative working relationships with and among students, staff, parents in a diverse school community. Demonstrated success in developing practices that support individual student social-emotional needs and systems that promote school-wide support and care for students beyond their academic pursuits. Effective management of school operations to support teaching and learning. Expert generator of buy-in from a variety of teams.  
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Facilitator of ideas; empowers staff to solve problems to meet student needs; ability to articulate and develop a shared vision with the school community. Ability to balance professional autonomy for staff and consistent vision and expectations. Ability to create a positive, safe school climate where high expectations for learning and adolescent development are valued. Skill in use of student data with knowledge of “best practices” to drive effective instructional practices and focus professional collaborative time for staff. Five or more years of experience as a classroom teacher. Expertise in personnel selection, management, evaluation, and staff development. Understanding of effective instruction and educational programs, including fine arts, AP, dual credit, dual immersion and CTE options and programs. Strong fiscal manager; ability to focus limited resources to meet student needs. Student-centered advocate; makes decisions based on student needs within district parameters. Understanding of the role of instructional technologies, particularly digital curriculum. Large high school administrative experience; experience in multiple school settings or districts. Experience in working with a culturally and economically diverse student body. Bilingual and/or bicultural (Spanish). Demonstrated leadership that yields high levels of trust within the team of adults and grows the team’s sense of collective purpose and social capital.   PERSONAL TRAITS :Magnetic personality who connects well with all stakeholders. Collaborative decision-maker and consensus builder. High ethical and professional standards; firm in personal values and direction. Genuinely respectful of and values staff, students and parents; respectful of the culture and heritage of the school and its programs. Good listener and communicator; approachable. Sense of humor. Highly visible in classrooms, within the school, and at events. Tireless work ethic. Enjoys young people and values time spent directly with students.
Salary Range
Salary estimate based on 2018-19 schedule: $117,776 - $125,455
Bend-La Pine Schools
Contact Name
Kinsey Martin
(541) 355-1100
More Information Available at url:
Applications due by:
Feb 25, 2019 11:30 PM
Employment begins:
Jul 01, 2019


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