Management Salary Schedule - Level A: Annual – 222 days. Salary placement dependent upon experience and in accordance with the TUHSD Mgmt. policy. The District provides health, dental, vision and life insurance.
Internal Number: EJ1894255
SUMMARY: This is a senior certificated management position. (Ed Code 45100.5) Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, the Senior Director of Human Resources is responsible for, amongst other duties, assisting with the recruitment, hiring and retention of a diverse faculty and staff. The Senior Director of Human Resources will also provide district-level leadership in the design and implementation of the District’s certificated, classified, confidential and administrative personnel services in a culturally-responsive manner; ensure compliance with all applicable District rules and policies, state and Federal laws, codes, and regulations, including Title IX and Worker’s Compensation; assist the Assistant Superintendent with employee discipline and complaint investigations in a fair, impartial and culturally sensitive manner; and, work directly with the Director of Human Resources to increase the efficiency, automation and effectiveness of the Office of Human Resources. Assist in the development and implementation of a personnel evaluation system grounded in current research and best practices.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Implements a program of culturally responsive recruitment, hiring and evaluation of certificated, classified, confidential and administrative employees.
Assists with the design and implementation of inclusive processes for screening, selection, onboarding, assignment and transfer of faculty and staff.
Directs a program of personnel administration, credential processing, establishment and maintenance of eligibility lists, payroll setup, employee hiring and separation counseling.
Monitors the hiring practices and procedures for athletic coaches and hourly employees.
Works with the Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources and Assistant Superintendent of Business and Operations to determine staffing allocations for District Office and schools, including management, certificated, classified and confidential employees.
Assists with negotiations for the certificated and classified bargaining units, chairs negotiations subcommittees, as directed by the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources.
Provides policy level support for negotiations with employee organizations, including assisting management staff with the interpretation and implementation of collective bargaining agreements.
Serves as a resource to Payroll and Position Control in resolving staffing issues and concerns.
Designs and updates a program of performance evaluation for all employees; provides staff development to management team regarding supervision, evaluation and personnel management.
Assists the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources with formal employee disciplinary actions in accordance with Education Code requirements, Board policy and District collective bargaining agreements.
Prepares personnel-related reports, as required, for State and Federal governments.
Develops and implements Board personnel policies and procedures, as necessary; provides guidance to administrative and supervisory personnel on the implementation of these policies.
Serves as District designee for the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources for Title VII, Title IX, Americans with Disabilities Act and other programs, as needed.
Represents the District at PERB and other hearings regarding employee discipline, termination and/or layoff procedures.
Participates in a program of personal professional development related to identified areas of responsibility.
Provides advice and counsel to the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources.
Performs other duties and responsibilities, as needed and appropriate.
Culturally responsive hiring and retention practices
Inclusive personnel practices
Interest-based bargaining techniques
Appropriate legislation, court rulings, statutes, regulations and policies and the ability to correctly apply them.
Teaching and high-quality, culturally-responsive pedagogical practices.
Hold and communicate a clear vision for success.
Establish and maintain culturally inclusive Human Resource practices and policies.
Organize, interpret and apply job-related information and data.
Analyze complex problems and recommend policy and courses of action.
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Identify and solve problems in a timely manner.
Prepare and present complex and technical reports.
Act with authority in all personnel matters.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others
Working creatively to identify and solve personnel issues and concerns.
Communicating with other district, business and community members.
Budget preparation and control
California Teaching or Pupil Personnel Services credential and California Administrative Services credential (or eligibility for such credentials)
Five of teaching experience
Five years of school site or district office personnel administration
Welcome to the Tamalpais Union High School District!
Thank you for your interest in joining the TamDistrict family. The Tamalpais Union HS District is an extremely high performing district in a very active, supportive, and educated community. Currently over 5,000 students are served in three comprehensive high schools and two alternative programs. The staff of the District is highly trained, talented, and dedicated to their professions.
Students have access to a wide range of programs and courses and perform well above the state and national averages on standardized assessments. Graduates are readily accepted into colleges and universities around the country. Our schools have been recipients of numerous awards, including California Distinguished School and National Blue Ribbon School.