Director of Maintenance, Operations, Transportation and FacilitiesDOS PALOS-ORO LOMA JOINT
DOS PALOS-ORO LOMA JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Director of Maintenance, Operations, Transportation and Facilities
Full Time, 261 days/year
GENERAL SUMMARY Responsible for all phases of student personnel services in the school. Provides informational services to students, parents, and teachers which assist the student in making appropriate decisions relative to their educational objectives, their school program, and their relationships with teachers, administrators, parents, and other students. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Abides by responsibilities of the position held through familiarization with State law, Board Policies, the local school handbook, position description, and other information which is distributed through official channels (school mail, U.S. Mail, faculty/District meetings, etc.) 2. Develops and maintains a balanced program of student personnel services which is based on, and carried out through, written behavioral objectives (goals, objectives, and evaluation), which are compatible with the basic goals and philosophy of the school district. 3. Assumes responsibility, under the immediate direction of the Principal, for services in all phases of pupil personnel services at the schools. 4. Assumes duties and responsibilities with respect to the reinforcement of appropriate school behavior and discipline in accordance with State law and District policies and school rules and regulations. 5. Maintains liaison with District student services personnel, community agencies, and parents in relation to special programs of education. 6. Assists school Principal by providing information regarding articulation, enrollment, scheduling, vocational guidance, testing, and other related guidance programs. 7. Provides assistance to teachers, including conferences, to interpret the abilities and needs of students, consultation concerning specialized instruction in guidance courses that may be available and in-service education in guidance techniques and in the interpretation and use of guidance data. 8. Promotes beneficial school, parent, and community relationships by means of parent conferences, reports concerning students, and active participation in community organizations. 9. Is available for counseling with students and parents of students. 10. Formulates, carries out, teaches, and evaluates procedures whereby individual students develop educational plans and are enrolled in the subjects of their choice which meet the needs of their plans. Makes home visits as appropriate, which relate to school problems. 11. Implements District policies and school rules and regulations in emergency situations involving students (suicide threats, child abuse, pregnancies, and narcotics), which occur or are discovered in school settings. 12. May evaluate seniors for graduation requirements, provides for deficiency makeup and notifies parents of seniors who will no meet graduation requirements. 13. Supervises all assigned students in a manner that creates a love of learning, develops students’ knowledge of subject matter and its relation to the world, and develops students’ critical thinking and other basic skills. 14. Provides leadership in developing learning activities to engage students in a variety of activities involving all learning modalities and are brain compatible. 15. Maintains documented files on all activities pertaining to students and records of formalized conferences with teachers and parents. 16. Provides counseling services with students as directed or required. 17. Advises school personnel regarding the need for mental health counseling for pupils and follows through on recommendation. 18. Assists with testing and assessment, and interprets results. 19. May keep students informed of financial aid process.