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  • Assistant Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    School District of Superior
    Job Description

    JOB SUMMARY: Plans, coaches, directs, coordinates, assists, and is the internal consultant to the superintendent, leadership teams, directors and principals regarding equity and diversity matters concerning staff, students, and families. Provides coordination, consultation, guidance, support, and assistance to schools in working with parents and families.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Program Oversight
    • Provides oversight for 504 plans and provides training to administrators and certified staff as needed regarding effective 504 due process procedures.
    • Provides oversight and supervision for District ELL services.
    • Provides oversight and supervision in coordination with principals for school social workers, counselors, and school psychologists.
    • Provides leadership for Multi-Level Systems of Support, including RTI and PBIS.
    • Provides oversight and supervision in coordination with principals for health services and school nurses.
    • Oversees the Indian Education program by coordinating Indian Education support, family events, and budgeting.
    • Provides supervision to Family Service Coordinator to ensure families have access to community resources.
    • Acts as an internal consultant on multicultural concerns by providing support to staff, coordinating committees, task forces, and community groups to focus on diversity and multicultural matters. Family and Community Engagement
    • Works with district staff to identify actions the district and schools can take to support parents, families, and communities to ensure all students are ready and able to reach their full educational potential.
    • Provides coordination, consultation and assistance to the superintendent and the leadership teams on equity and diversity matters related to staff, students, and families.
    • Assists schools in addressing the needs of low-income and culturally and/or linguistically diverse students and families.
    • Provides guidance, resources, and technical assistance to schools by developing parent and family engagement plans.
    • Assists in the development and implementation of systems and procedures to address the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse parents and families.
    • Acts as the liaison between members of communities of color, other diverse groups, and the district.
    • Internal consultant to district administration on approaches to encourage and enhance diverse community access and involvement.
    • Participates in the evaluation of internal and external programs for students and families.
    • Establishes trusting relationships with students, families, staff, and community members and establishes partnerships with public and private stakeholders.
    • Assists in planning and leading the District’s Equity Leadership Team. Leadership
    • Facilitates the district’s efforts to assure educational equity and academic success for all students.
    • Supports leadership teams and principals in data analysis and in the development of Continuous Improvement Plans to align to District equity goals.
    • Assists in furthering the diversity goals of the district.
    • Assists in planning and leading the District’s Equity Leadership Team.
    • Provides coaching support in the classroom and assists teachers to improve culturally responsive teaching practices.
    • Increases district staff awareness of racial and equity issues through positive coaching and training.
    • Works collaboratively with building administrators in implementing site-based approaches to improving community involvement.
    • Works collaboratively with policymakers to add to the district’s diversity and multicultural efforts aimed at improving the climate of the workplace and learning environment.
    • Identifies staff diversity training and coordinates/conducts training where appropriate.
    • Creates and facilitates professional development sessions for school district employees in collaboration with administration, student services, and leadership teams.
    • Advocates for issues of concerns to communities of color and other diverse groups.
    • All other duties as assigned by Administration.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Current Administrative licensure through the WI Department of Public Instruction (DPI).
    • Five (5) years of teaching and/or administrative experience within an educational setting.
    • Master’s degree in Education Administration, Educational Leadership, or related field.

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
    • Experience working with diverse populations.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
    • Capable on a continuous basis of standing, sitting, reaching, grasping, bending, stooping, twisting; repetitive movement of both hands and feet; seeing with both near and far visual acuity and to hear.
    • Capable on a frequent basis of walking and moving, climbing stairs, lifting from floor to waist (up to #25), waist to shoulders (up to #25).
    • Capable on an occasional basis of pushing; pulling; lifting from shoulders to overhead (up to #25).

    REPORTS TO: Director of Student Services

    Candidate Requirements

     5
     Master
    • Director of Instruction
    • Director of Special Education/Pupil Services
    • Principal
    • Administrative Instructional Program Coordinator/ Gifted and Talented license
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