Job Code Pay Scale Group Pay Scale Type Bargaining Unit Civil Service or Non-Civil Service Last Executive Board Change Executive Board Change History
22070 08 ST C4 C 999-99 07/13/1996
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06/01/1989 22070


DEFINITION: This is advanced professional and/or lead work responsibilities in reviewing and providing advisory services on statewide educational administration programs, generally of a mandated nature.

Employees in this class evaluate and determine new or revise existing, services. In addition to advising on particular program administration questions, employees review school units' organizational set-ups and financial operations. As a lead worker, employees may be responsible for a single complex program or a significant part of a large-scale, multi-faceted program. In either situation, one or more mandated functions and additional program services of a non-mandated nature are present. Employees may be immediately responsible for the daily routine operation of the administrative program or operational area. Employees participate in intra - and inter-bureau project to develop administrative methods and managerial systems and models for use by school units. Employees determine the need for and assist in the training of new employees. Work is performed independently and necessary supervision is given by an administrative superior.

EXAMPLES OF WORK: Conducts comprehensive reviews of administrative programs; recommends changes to increase efficiency of program administration and effectiveness of program services.

Recommends solutions to problems in such program support areas as budgeting, personnel, purchasing, maintenance, construction, etc.

Conducts and directs detailed and general reviews of financial operations of school units to determine efficiency and economy of operations; recommends methods and actions for improvements.

Conducts general financial evaluations of school units to determine present and future ability to finance increased program services to new facilities.

Serves as departmental representative at public meetings to explain and interpret state policies relating to administrative programs.

Advises school unit personnel on school district organization and annexation questions and actions, which require compliance with state regulations and guidelines.

Participates in development of managerial systems and models designed to aid school unit personnel greater effectiveness in allocating resources and directing employees.

Assists in developing and conducting of training sessions for departmental and school unit personnel on policies and procedures of administrative programs, decision-making processes and problem-solving techniques.

Functions as a lead worker by making work assignments, assisting employees in completing assignments, providing and recommending training for new and experienced employees and providing input to supervisors on employees' performance evaluations.

Performs related work as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Federal and state regulations applicable to administrative programs.

Knowledge of sound and practical administrative procedures, methods and concepts.

Knowledge of relationships between administrative program services and the overall educational program.

Knowledge of departmental polices and guidelines relating to administrative programs.

Ability to analyze and evaluate organizational set-ups and financial operations.

Ability to analyze complex program questions and make recommendations for solutions.

Ability to interpret established program policies and explain intent of programs.

Ability to develop and present recommendations for new or revised program services.

Ability to plan, conduct and direct reviews of administrative program effectiveness and efficiency.

Ability to assign and ensure completion of work to be performed by other employees.

Ability to communicate ideas and concepts orally and in writing.

Ability to establish effective working relationships with other people.

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING: One year of experience as an Education Administration Associate;


Four years of professional experience in education including at least two years in educational administration;


Any equivalent combination of experience and training.