Under professional direction, to serve as the chief administrative officer of a comprehensive (9-12) high school, to plan, implement, and direct the operational procedures and processes of the site; to plan, develop, and implement instructional goals and objectives, and procedures for evaluating program effectiveness; to plan, develop, and conduct staff development and staff training programs and activities; to plan and conduct public and community relations programs; and to do other related functions as directed.
Valid California Administrative Services credential. Teaching experience at the high school level. Prefer administrative experience.
Additional Salary Information: Health and benefit package. 224 days.
About Oroville Union High School District
The Oroville Union High School District is located in the rural north valley at the base of the Sierra Nevada foothills, about seventy miles north of Sacramento. The district encompasses 723 miles of eastern Butte County. The district has two comprehensive high schools, one continuation school, one community day school and one adult education school. The Butte-Glenn Community College and California State University, Chico are located approximately 25 miles from Oroville.
Oroville is the Butte County seat and the primary source of income for the city's population of 19,895 residents (55,000 in the greater Oroville area). Other significant sources of income are agriculture, light manufacturing, tourism, retail trade services, transportation, public utilities, construction, finance, government and public administration. The 2015 median household income in the city was $38,308.