Executive Director

State of Oregon

Posted Under: Salem, Oregon jobs in ; jobs in zipcode 97301
Posted On: 2017-08-12

The Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC), was established in 1965 to maintain and improve performance in the education profession by approving teacher preparation programs offered by Oregon colleges and universities; by licensing teachers, administrators and other personnel employed in Oregon schools; and by taking disciplinary actions when educators commit crimes or violate Standards for Competent and Ethical Performance.The Teachers Standards and Practices Commission is recruiting for an Executive Director with experience in working for a board of directors or a commission.The position exists to implement Commission policy; monitor Commission standards; oversee all agency operations and procedures; represent the Commission at the legislature; serve as chief budget officer; serve as chief policy advisor for licensure and professional practices; and recommend educator sanctions against licensure to the Commission. The Executive Director is responsible for all agency outreach and partnerships with other education agencies (Department of Education; Chief Education Office) and Commission initiatives. Minimum Qualifications: At least five years experience:1) managing a small to mid-sized agency or department2) working with policy boards3) developing policy4) working in an education setting (K-20) 5) working with the Legislature6) teaching or training.Education : At a minimum a Master's in Education or Higher.Experience working with policy boards and ability to develop and facilitate policy development with a board. Good public speaking skills, good communication skills, ability to conduct meaningful training related to Commission business to all stakeholder interests.Legal knowledge though not required would be extremely helpful; management experience supervising; knowledge of legislative process; knowledge of university accreditation; knowledge of administrative law and impact on licensure property rights; equitable administration of extensive regulations, and ability to navigate both contested case, administrative rule process, and keen understanding of public meetings laws. For more information, and to apply for this position, please visit the State of Oregon jobs page. Applications must be received by 11:59PM, Pacific Standard Time, on Tuesday, August 29, 2017. Category: Executive , Keywords: Executive Director

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