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Director of Student Support Services
Edina Public Schools is seeking a progressive and collaborative-minded professional for the position of Director of Student Support Services. With the focus to support and advance the school district’s mission, vision, and core values, the Director of Student Support Services directs, develops, and provides leadership for student support services across the school district. The Director of Student Support Services has overall responsibility for the administration of services to students within the programs of Special Education, Early Childhood Special Education, and Health Services.
Essential Duties of the Position Include:
Leadership and Planning: Interprets and supervises the implementation of district policies and its mission, provides leadership and direction in the planning, implementation, development, organization, growth, and evaluation of the following services: co-facilitate the district-wide intervention program, heath services, nonpublic schools, homebound services. Oversees reports required by supervisors and state anad federal agencies and the Special Education Strategic Growth and Change Process. Partners with families, community, and staff to ensure a unified approach to special services delivery.
Employee Development: Facilitates special services employee evaluation and coaching, assists in setting and helping employees meet growth goals, oversees the hiring and supervision of special services employees, licensed and non-licensed.
Communication: Assists in maintaining an environment that encourages parental interactions for all students, and communication among all programs in special services.
Required Qualifications: Master's degree in Special Education, Licensure as a Director of Special Education from the Minnesota Board of School Administrators, minimum 5 years related administrative and supervisory experience in special education, knowledge necessary to follow state and federal laws and district policies, commitment to provide educational services to all students, strong interpersonal, communication, and leadership skills.
Compensation: This is a twelve-month position with a competitive salary, plus an excellent benefits package pursuant to the Superintendent’s Advisory Council’s terms and conditions of employment.
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