The San Diego Office of Education is currently seeking to fill the position of Senior Director, Migrant Education. The job of Senior Director, Migrant Education is done for the purpose/s of directing assigned programs and services for migrant educational services in the San Diego and Orange county areas (known as Migrant Education Program Region IX); serving as a member of the Student Services & Programs leadership team by providing information and serving as a resource to others; achieving defined objectives by planning, evaluating, developing, implementing, and maintaining services in compliance with established guidelines for assigned school districts in assigned counties. Please note that interviews for this position are tentatively scheduled for Friday, January 31, 2020 and Monday, February 3, 2020 at The San Diego County Office of Education located at 6401 Linda Vista Road, San Diego, CA 92111. Applicants should keep these two dates in mind when applying for this position. A select number of candidates will be invited via email to interview.
Education and Experience: Four (4) years of experience as a principal or administrator in an educational setting, including direct supervisory experience and experience working with under-served and at-risk student population issues and challenges. Migrant Education experience preferred. Master’s degree in education, education administration, or related field. Equivalency: A combination of education and experience equivalent to a Master’s degree in education, education administration, or related field, and four (4) years of experience as a principal or administrator in an educational setting, including direct supervisory experience and experience working with migrant issues and populations. Valid CA Administrative Services Credential Valid CA Teaching Credential Valid CA Driver’s License Evidence of Insurability
Additional Salary Information: 224 workdays per year
Internal Number: PAF 2828
About San Diego County Office of Education
The San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) serves our county’s most vulnerable students, and supports school leaders, teachers, and students across the county. We support nearly 780? schools and more than 500,000 students, including the nearly 10,000 children we educate each year through our Juvenile Court and Community Schools. SDCOE provides a variety of services for the 42 school districts, 124 charter schools, and five community college districts in the county.