Serves as the school division's administrative hearing officer; hears appeals from the school or regional level and renders decisions; and prepares documentation for the School Board.
Master's degree. Doctoral degree preferred. Seven years of progressively more responsible experience in teaching, supervision, and administration, some of which shall have been as a principal and/or director; or equivalent education and experience. Valid qualifying Postgraduate Professional License with administration and supervision preK-12 endorsement. Broad knowledge of Fairfax County Public Schools organizations, policies, practices, and personnel. Comprehensive knowledge of laws, rules, and regulations related to student behavior and conduct and rights and responsibilities including disciplinary appeal processes. Ability to manage a divisionwide appeal process and to conduct administrative hearings and prepare documentation for School Board hearings. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Excellent administrative and human relations skills.
Welcome to Fairfax County Public Schools!
Engage with us as we inspire young minds towards a thriving future.
We strive for Excellence, Equity, and Effectiveness.
As the 11th largest school division in the U.S., FCPS serves a diverse student population of more than 189,000 students in grades pre-K through 12 and represents more than 200 spoken languages.
Nearly 93 percent of FCPS students graduate on time, and more than 93 percent plan to pursue post-secondary education.
FCPS offers a comprehensive support program for new teachers. Through the Great Beginnings program, new teachers are mentored on professional teaching standards and receive ongoing program assessment. In addition, we offer professional development opportunities and patented shared teacher lesson planning resources.
We offer a competitive compensation package with excellent benefits.
All of this right outside the nation’s capital and only a short drive to the mountains or beaches.
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