Plan, organize, and direct a comprehensive human resource program, including recruitment, selection, orientation, classification, compensation, employee relations, promotion, demotion, reduction in force, termination, and collective bargaining.
Serve as principal advisor to the Superintendent regarding employee and labor relations.
Plan, direct, and manage the human resource function for the District’s certificated and classified employees.
Manage and coordinate school and District programs for attracting, selecting, and developing personnel appropriate to specific programs, roles, and jobs; enforce equal opportunity federal and state laws, rules, and regulations.
Administer all procedures and policies relative to classified and certificated personnel programs of the District in conformity with the requirements of appropriate Federal and State laws including the California Education Code, and local Board policy.
Coordinate all personnel actions, assignment, transfer, reassignment, promotion, demotion, and dismissal of personnel.
Plan and direct the development and maintenance of a system of performance evaluation for employees.
Provide a program of specialized assistance in the handling of employee problems by keeping abreast of new theories, trends, and practice pertaining to grievance, legal matters, conflict resolution, suspension and termination.
Interpret all Board policies and administrative regulations relating to employer/ employee relations and advise, counsel, direct, and assist in their implementation.
Develop and recommend policies and regulations as needed.
Provide leadership for Human Resource staff.
Responsible for representing the District in the investigation and resolution of compliance issues and contractual disputes.
Responsible for labor negotiations, contract management and negotiations, and grievance processing.
Attend all Board of Trustees meetings and make presentations as required.
Represent District at compliance agency hearings including, but not limited to, judicial proceedings and PERB, DFEH, EEOC, and Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board.
Support Superintendent in monitoring/evaluating District major goals and objectives with emphasis on closing the achievement gap while raising the achievement of all students.
Act as the Director of the Personnel Commission.
Perform other duties as assigned by Superintendent.
Applicant must hold or be eligible to obtain a California Administrative Credential. Application deadline: March 1, 2019. Apply online at Certificated Management jobs at Moreland Elementary http://www.edjoin.org/Home/Jobs?countyID=0&districtID=771&catID=2.
Additional Salary Information: $2,954 Masters Stipend
$2,954 Doctorate Stipend
Up to $10,397 Applied to Medical, Dental, Vision Benefits
About Moreland School District
The Moreland School District (MSD) has been a caring, learning environment of students, parents, staff, and community members since 1851. Moreland serves PreK-8th grade students across three cities in Santa Clara County. Our teachers educate more than 4,800 students in 4 elementary schools, 2 K-8 schools and one middle school. Our students are celebrated for their uniqueness and the talents they contribute to our community. The Moreland School District responds by offering a wide variety of programs to support each student in their academic, social and emotional growth.