Job Code Pay Scale Group Pay Scale Type Bargaining Unit Civil Service or Non-Civil Service Last Executive Board Change Executive Board Change History
22090 10 ST C3 C 999-99 11/01/1999
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06/01/1989 22090


DEFINITION: This is advanced professional and managerial work in directing a major organizational area of statewide administrative programs and services of both a mandated and non-mandated nature.

Employees in this class are responsible for directing a staff of professional, para-professional and clerical employees in a major organizational area comprised of one or more administrative programs and operations of a complex, sensitive and broad-scoped nature, with both mandated functions and significant non-statutory program services. Employees have managerial responsibility for the direction of the organization in the establishment of overall priorities and objectives for the organization and the commitment of staff and time to meet the objectives. Employees direct and participate in the development, revision and implementation of advisory programs and services. Employees may coordinate and participate in the development or revision of projects involving staff from several different organizational areas. This work involves sensitive public contact work. Work is performed with considerable independence and results are reviewed by formal and informal evaluation.

EXAMPLES OF WORK: Directs and supervises the work of professional, para-professional and clerical personnel engaged in providing a variety of advisory and support functions; evaluates employee performance, selects new personnel, assigns and reviews work, and assesses training needs of employees.

Determines need for and evaluates worth of methods to improve management advisory services, solicits and reviews recommendations of subordinates and local agency personnel for improvements.

Assesses effectiveness and work of advisory programs; determines need for elimination or revision of existing programs or development of new programs.

Determines and selects projects to be conducted within general organizational areas; establishes objectives to be met; assignsstaff members to projects and reviews their work to see that objectives are being pursued.

Provides advisory services to local agencies on complex and highly sensitive administrative and organizational problems.

Develops and implements employee development and training programs to increase staff effectiveness and ability to handle more complex assignments and greater responsibilities.

Conducts and participates in training sessions for local agency personnel to disseminate information on and encourage participation in management systems, models and methods.

Meets with local agency personnel, school board members and local citizen groups to help resolve program difficulties; explains departmental requirements and policies relating to the program.

Develops and expands upon ideas for new concepts of usage of program facilities and services.

Performs related work as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of good managerial techniques.

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 policies and guidelines relating to administrative programs.

Knowledge of a major operational area such as budget, finance, personnel, purchasing, construction or maintenance.

Skill in planning, organizing and evaluating the work of professional, para-professional and clerical employees.

Ability to evaluate, direct and develop improved procedures for departmental program administration.

Ability to evaluate, direct and develop new or revised program services.

Ability to evaluate, direct and develop new or revised methods of program services delivery.

Ability to direct the planning and conduct of reviews of administrative program effectiveness and efficiency.

Ability to interpret program policies and explain program procedures and regulations.

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

Ability to communicate ideas and concepts orally and in writing.

Ability to conceive and expand innovative concepts relating to administrative programs and their services.

Ability to establish effective working relationships with other people.

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


Six years of professional experience in education including at least four years in educational administrative;


Any equivalent combination of experience and training.