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These are vacancies in the
WV Department of Education.
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Title of Vacancy
Student Success Coordinator, Office of Middle and Secondary Learning, Charleston, WV

Administrative Unit
Division of Teaching and Learning, Office of Middle and Secondary Learning

1. The staff member works effectively as a member of an educational team. 
2. The staff member demonstrates self-control and exhibits an attitude of mutual respect and tolerance. 
3. The staff member is ethical and demonstrates good work habits. 
4. The staff member is skilled at providing technical assistance and staff development at the school, county, and state level. 
5. The staff has excellent written and verbal communication skills. 
6. The staff member demonstrates an ability to work effectively with representatives from federal, state, and local agencies. 
7. The staff member demonstrates the ability to effectively use technology in completing work-related tasks, providing professional learning opportunities, and communicating with stakeholders.

Duties and Responsibilities
1. Collaborate with local education agency staff to support student scheduling at the Middle and High School level to ensure students matriculate to graduation. 
2. Provide ongoing training and technical assistance to support middle and high school principals in developing student schedules at the Middle and High school levels including Evidence- and Standards-Based Advisory Systems as required by Policy 2510 leading to the development of a Personalized Educational Plan beginning by the end of eighth grade. 
3. Support schools to ensure the Integrated Delivery of the West Virginia College- and Career- Readiness Dispositions and Standards for Students Success (WVBE Policy 2520.19) through school visits and various means of data collection to assist teams of teachers at the Middle and High School level in meeting the personalized needs of all students.  
4. Collaborate with local and state education agency staff to support student scheduling in the Middle and High school levels emphasizing the 16 career clusters and the various career opportunities available within each cluster. 
5. Provide technical assistance to all academic sectors, in addition to various government and private agencies. 
6. Use appropriate technology tools to maintain regular, relevant communication and to share program resources with county and school administrators and relevant school and community stakeholders. 
7. Collaborate with the Office of Leadership and Continuous Improvement, local education agencies, and other partners to conduct school visits, make recommendations to improve student support services, and scheduling needs. 
8. Support school staff and community partners in identifying and implementing best practices, programs, and services that promote positive school climate and culture that enhance school safety and student learning. 
9. Serve on and lead committees, taskforces, and advisory groups that promote collaboration between stakeholders to enhance the State System of Support.  
10. Work cooperatively with higher education institutions and the Office of Governorís Economic Initiatives to establish linkages that provide opportunities for students to continue their education and training at the postsecondary level. 
11. Provide assistance to state and county personnel in collaboration with higher education entities to ensure high quality teacher training.  
12. Collaborate with the Office Career Technical Education team to provide technical support in scheduling Career and Technical Education students. 
13. Organize, coordinate, and implement professional learning activities, which involves collaboration with various public and private agencies. 
14. Assume other responsibilities as assigned in the Division of Teaching and Learning. 
Department of Education staff are employed upon recommendation of the State Superintendent of Schools and are state employees. No representative or employee of the state is authorized to enter into any employment contract or other agreement. Department staff work under the direction of the State Superintendent of Schools for the general supervision of the free schools in the state and implementing the policies of the board and other necessary tasks as determined by the State Superintendent of Schools or his/her designee. Each employee is ďat-willĒ and subject to termination by the State Superintendent of Schools at any time, with or without notice, cause or compensation. 
The employment relationship between the State Superintendent of Schools and the employee may be terminated by either party. Reasons for termination by the State Superintendent of Schools include, but are not limited to, immorality, incompetency, cruelty, insubordination, intemperance, willful neglect of duty, unsatisfactory performance, the conviction of a felony or a guilty plea or a plea of no contest to a felony charge, misuse of funds or property, violations of law or policies of the state board, lack of need, or a lack or loss of funding.

1. Holds a Masterís Degree, preferably in education administration. 
2. Experience working with professional and associate staff. 
3. Holds or qualifies for a West Virginia K-12 Administrative certificate.  
4. Five or more years of employment in public schools as a middle or high school principal or assistant principal. 
5. Demonstrated leadership skills and abilities to organize and lead collaborative team relationships. 
6. Experience in designing and implementing student schedules promoting success for students at the Middle and High School level. 
7. Evidence of skills required to develop, conduct, and monitor the delivery of professional learning programs. 
8. Demonstrated knowledge of the 16 career clusters. 
9. Demonstrated ability to schedule, organize, and perform multiple assignments with minimum supervision. 
10. Have computer skills as demonstrated by familiarity with databases, word processing, presentation, and personal productivity software.  
11. Has successful prior and/or current employment as documented by references that support satisfactory work habits (including punctuality and satisfactory attendance). 
12. Has demonstrated, in prior and/or current employment, the ability to develop and maintain positive interpersonal relationships with colleagues and supervisors. 
NOTE: Selected applicants will be required to demonstrate oral and written communication proficiency through activities during the interview session. 
Candidates for employment must complete an official application form that may be obtained by contacting the Office of Human Resources at (304) 558-2702. The application may be downloaded at

$72,872.00-$79,872.00 (Commensurate with educational level.)

Closing Date (by 4:00pm Eastern Daylight Time)
November 27, 2017

Apply to
Liz Bryant, Executive Secretary or Samantha Harvey, Secretary  
Office of Human Resources 
Building 6, Room 264 
1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East 
Charleston, West Virginia 25305-0330 
Phone: 304-558-2702  
Fax: 304-558-0216 


WVDE Employment Application

Application and Instructions.

The West Virginia Board of Education and the West Virginia Department of Education do not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, disability, age and national origin in employment and in administration of any of their education programs and activities. Inquiries may be directed to the Office of Human Resources at (304) 558-2702 or to the Section 504 Coordinator at (304) 558-2696, West Virginia Department of Education, 1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East, Charleston, West Virginia 25305; or to the Office of Civil Rights at (215) 656 8541 [TDD (877) 521-2172], U.S. Department of Education, 100 Penn Square East, Suite 515, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107-3323.