School District / Company: Columbus City Schools
Phone: (614) 365-5000
Street Address : 270 East State Street
City : Columbus
State : Ohio
Zip Code : 43215
Position Title: Chief Equity Officer
Number of Openings: 1
Position Type: Administrator
MM : 10
DD : 18
YYYY : 2019
Duties: POSITION SUMMARY:
The Chief Equity Offic er works with the Superintendent to promote a culture of inclusion and embracing differences as a strategic opportunity towards leading the district's efforts to build a culture of equity and inclusion for all students, families, employees, and community. Serves as a member of
the Superintendent's Cabinet participating in the creation and execution of the district's vision, mission and strategic plan. The draft strategic priorities include.
Academic Performance: Each of our students reaches their full potential and graduates prepared to attend college serve in the military, start a business, or enter the workforce.
Culture and Climate Our district creates safe, student-centered, innovative learning environments.
Talent Management: Our district recruits, develops, and retains world-class educators and staff.
Accountability and Engagement: Our district is accountable to our communities and stakeholders, and confidence in our district and our schools is maintained through strategic,
responsible, and transparent leadership.
Reports to: Superintendent/CEO
Department/Office: Office of the Superintendent
EXAMPLES OF WORK:
Leads efforts to conceptualize, define, assess, nurture, and cultivate diversity as an institutional and educational resource.
Plans, guides, and advises district leaders on matters related to diversity and equity for students, parents, communities and employees.
Collaborates with district management to create, implement, and monitor programs designed to ensure fair and equitable treatment of students, faculty, and staff.
Collaborates with other academic leaders to support inclusion of equity work throughout core district processes related to the hiring and induction of educators and community engagement
Assists the district and schools in resolving educational and diversity issues affecting educators, students, parents, and the community.
Assists educators in creating culturally supportive learning environments that ensure high expectations for the academic achievement of all students.
Supports school administrators on equity-related issues for effective administration of all aspects of school programs; and works cross-functionally with members of the school support teams and leadership development teams.
Provides analysis of legislation and regulations related to equity and affirmative action.
Serves on planning and policy-making committees.
Attends all Board meetings and performs related tasks
Performs other duties of a same or similar nature as assigned
Experience Required: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
A minimum of ten years of related work experience with a demonstrated track record of leading equity
and diversity work for large organizations.
Wage or Salary: $137,108.00
Approximate Work Hours or Days: 5 days a week
How to Apply:
Posting End Date:
MM : 10
DD : 18
YYYY : 2019