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Assistant Principal/Director (21/22 SY Pool)

Administration | Concord, CA | Full Time

Job Description

About Us:

Clayton Valley Charter High School (CVCHS) is a high performing charter high school in Concord, CA. The school opened in 1958 and converted to a charter school starting in the 2012-13 school year.  With a strong academic reputation, CVCHS has a relentless commitment to the academic success of all students and has achieved remarkable academic growth for all subgroups of students.  As a comprehensive high school, CVCHS is committed to providing students tremendous opportunities to be well-rounded with a commitment beyond academics that includes character development, athletics, and the arts.  We are focused on our vision of preparing all students for college and career readiness.  Our Governing Board and Administration are united in our vision of academic rigor with relevant application to student’s current and future real-world experiences, with a commitment to empowering teachers and staff to fulfill the mission of providing the best education to our students.

Clayton Valley Charter High School is seeking an Assistant Principal/Director to provide school-wide leadership while supporting the vision of excellence for our students. Assistant Principals/Director’s at Clayton Valley Charter High School drive academic achievement by working closely with our teachers to implement our instructional vision for all students.


  • Assist the principal in interpreting school educational programs to parents, staff, and the community and assist with a variety of community relations and awareness programs

  • Evaluate the performance of assigned certificated and classified staff

  • Administer and supervise school site programs such as Special Education, and other instructional programs

  • Coordinate and supervise graduation ceremonies

  • Develop school site plans and coordinates activities related to emergency preparedness

  • Assist in master schedule development 

  • Confer with students, parents, and educators to resolve student’s attendance, serious academic and behavioral problems

  • Works within the guidance program to assure graduation track are met for all students

  • Assist with curriculum development

  • Oversight of the Athletic Director and athletic program to ensure compliance 

  • Coach and provide professional development opportunities

  • Plan and attend school events; i.e., Back to School Night, Open House, Parent Info.  Night, New Student Orientation, etc.

  • Supervise extra-curricular activities

  • Collaborate and communicate effectively with key stakeholders through a variety of methods in the implementation of discipline policies and procedures

  • Performs other duties as assigned


  • To interpret laws, policies, and regulations as pertaining to secondary school administration and education;

  • Establish and maintain effective relations with staff, students, parents, and the public at large;

  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;

  • Work long hours requiring energy, stamina and moving throughout the campus frequently;

  • Read, understand and implement board policies, administrative regulations and procedures;

  • Work independently, with general guidelines with the skill to develop manuals, plans, and programs within the guidelines of the state Education Code, school policies and procedures;

  • Work collaboratively within a team to accomplish school-wide goals as well as to resolve specific issues as directed by the Principal;

  • Execute innovative strategies to ensure every student is receiving a world-class education

  • A positive, friendly attitude that welcomes input, criticism, and direction from supervisors and an openness to change;



  • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university 

  • Education sufficient to meet all necessary California administrative credential requirements

  • An earned California Administrative Credential (or Administrative Intern Credential)

  • Successful experience in leadership positions in a school setting, preferably in a charter school


Work Position (Percentage of Time):
Standing: 30 Walking: 40 Sitting: 30
Body Movement (Frequency):
None (0) Limited (1) Occasional (2) Frequent (3) Very Frequent (4)
Lifting (lbs.): 25 Lifting: 2 Bending: 2
Pushing and/or Pulling Loads: 2 Reaching Overhead: 2 Kneeling or Squatting: 2
Climbing Stairs: 2 Climbing Ladders: 0

NON-DISCRIMINATION: Clayton Valley Charter High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, ancestry, political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, disability, medical condition, national origin, or mental or physical handicap in any of its policies or procedures related to admissions, employment, educational services, programs or activities.