Under the direction of the Superintendent, the Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources plans, organizes, manages, and directs all aspects for the following areas: Certificated Personnel, Labor Relations, Recruitment and Diversity, Talent Development, and HR Data Management. Duties include but are not limited to recruiting, screening, interviewing, and placement of certificated personnel; communicating with colleges/universities, vocational/trade schools and apprenticeship programs; conducting personnel investigations; responding to uniform complaints and public charges; recommending discipline; developing a leadership/talent development program; career ladder/ advancement; mandated professional development; coordination with legal counsel; complying with federal and state laws, and district regulations, policies, and procedures; and, regular interaction with administrators, other district staff, the Board of Trustees, community leaders, parents, patrons, and vendors. The Assistant Superintendent is responsible for the selection, development, supervision, and evaluation of staff members.
Minimum of five (5) years successful experience in human resources and/or other job-related occupations.
Thorough knowledge of effective human resources issues and practices, including the areas of recruitment, selection, and staffing; affirmative action, equal opportunity employment, and staff diversity; job placement; staff training and development; compensation and employee benefits; employee evaluation, remediation, and discipline; labor relations, collective bargaining, and contract management; and assessment of human resources.
Master’s degree in educational administration, business or public administration, management, human resources, employee relations, or a related field.
Proven successful experience in serving as a cabinet-level administrator in public education.
Proven successful experience in implementing and directing a variety of large-scale personnel programs and/or operations.
Proven successful experience in an ethnically diverse public school district.
Background in personnel law relative to the division’s function.
Completion of courses in human resources, personnel, negotiations, and conflict resolution.
Successful teaching and administrative experience in secondary (grades 7-12) schools.
California Multiple or Single Subject Teaching Credential.
California Superintendent and/or District Administrative Credential.
Employment eligibility that may include fingerprints, health (TB), and/or other employment clearance. Must have a valid driver’s license and automobile available for use. Must be willing to attend evening and weekend meetings.
About Victor Valley Union High School District
Victor Valley Union High School District serves roughly 10,000 students in grades 7-12 at eight campuses in the cities of Victorville and Adelanto, CA. VVUHSD Superintendent Dr. Ron Williams, our Board of Trustees, and more than 900 faculty and staff members are committed to great results for our students. The oldest high school district in the Victor Valley region of California's High Desert, VVUHSD celebrated its 100th anniversary during the 2015-16 school year.