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BURBANK UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Human Resources Services

REPORT TO THE BOARD TO:

Members of the Board of Education

FROM :

Anita Schackmann, Director, Human Resources

PREPARED BY:

Anita Schackmann, Director, Human Resources

SUBMITTED BY:

Cindy Quiterio, Senior Administrative Secretary

DATE:

December 21, 2017

SUBJECT: Approval of Revised Job Description for Director of Student Services _____________________________________________________________________________________

Background With the announced retirement of Dr. Brian O’Rourke, the position for Director of Student Services will be vacated on January 6, 2018. The current job description has been revised to reflect current duties and responsibilities of the position. Discussion/Issues The job description for Director of Student Services has been adjusted to reflect the current needs of school sites, the department and the Burbank Unified School District. Fiscal Impact Salary placement for the Director of Student Services position will remain the same. The position is currently placed on Range B of the Certificated Supervisors and Managers Salary Schedule A, with a salary range of $109,017- $153,399. This position works a work calendar of 220 days. Recommendation Anita Schackmann, Director, Human Resources Services, recommends that the Board of Education approve the revised job descriptions for the Director of Student Services, as presented.

BURBANK UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

DIRECTOR, SAFETY AND STUDENT SERVICES JOB DESCRIPTION

DEFINITION: The Director, Safety and Student Services, under the supervision of an assigned the Assistant Superintendent Director of Secondary Education plans, develops, organizes, manages, directs, and implements all aspects of the Student Services programs of the District which include alternative education, child welfare and attendance, discipline procedures, homeless and foster youth, enrollment and permits grant funded programs, guidance services, and Section 504 procedures, and school safety; assures compliance with Board policies, laws, codes, and regulations related to Student Services; evaluates assigned personnel; and performs related work as required. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Directly supervise and implement all aspects of student enrollment. Serves as a leader and general resource person in matters relating to student discipline, involuntary transfers, investigations, enrollment, and facilitates inter/intra district permit process monitors Medical Administrative Activity (MAA) billing, alternative education, school and District safety and compliance issues. Under the supervision of an assigned the Assistant Superintendent Director of Secondary Education, provides oversight of the development and implementation of alternative education programs; facilitates enrollment of students into alternative programs and their return to regular programs; and receives and processes referrals to alternative schools and assists in the coordination of the Independent Study program for the District. Chairs, conducts, and supervises various discipline and attendance committees and hearings; coordinates and serves as an advisor to all hearing panels, ensures due process in all cases. Directs the planning, organization, and coordination of the District’s pupil attendance programs, including truancies, and SARB referrals, and District Truancy Mediation; provides protocol for all inter- and intra-district transfers; and processes documentation and investigations to establish student’s residence with someone other than the parent. Assists Workers’ Compensation Division with completing state and district reporting paperwork. Assists with onsite investigations of injury to ascertain possible facility or safety equipment needs to mitigate future injuries; performs additional assistance to the claims management process to reduce the reoccurrence of preventable injuries. Serves as the District Section 504 coordinator, custodian of student records, reviews subpoenas for compliance and serves on the District Aeries (student data system) Committee and Local Control Accountability (LCAP) Committee.

Plans, conducts, and organizes a variety of staff development opportunities related to Child Welfare and Attendance, and student discipline, and school safety. Assists site staff with Child Abuse Reporting, Parental Custody issues and Legal Restraining Orders. Convenes and coordinates meetings with community partners relative to homeless and foster youth. OTHER REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: Participates in the preparation and administration of program budgets and reports as required. Interprets, prepares, and disseminates information regarding Board policies, Education Codes and legal mandated changes in regard to attendance, student discipline, and due process. Provides technical expertise and information to the Superintendent’s cabinet regarding the formulation and development of policies, and procedures. Oversees all school and District safety and security programs including the oversight of schoolbased probation officers. Attends meetings to maintain current knowledge of new legislation and requirements; conducts and facilitates meetings as needed. Develops, maintains, and updates districtwide informational bulletins related to new legislation, policies, and procedures. Maintains and defines procedures to complete the California Safe School Assessment report, and the Discipline Handbook, and the Annual Notification to Parents requirement as mandated. Provides direction, coordination, and guidance to the District’s counseling services and outside contracted services, as needed. Assists with the development, implementation, and evaluation of effective alternative programs for students at-risk. Coordinates the District character development program; the Health Services and the Home and Hospital programs; and facilitates the development of the cooperative efforts between schools and other community agencies in providing services to students. Provides direction to assist in dropout prevention efforts. Oversees all school and District safety and security programs including Probation Officers, School Resource Officers, School/Police Liaison, and District Safety committee. Prepares Board of Education agenda items relating to the Director’s areas of responsibilities, submitting items in a timely and appropriate manner to the Assistant Superintendent Director of Secondary Education for final review. Attends Board of Education, Los Angeles County of Education (LACOE) Child Welfare, and K-12 Principal meetings and provides training related to new legislation, policies and procedures, as necessary. Provides timely and effective communications regarding incidents and/or situations which might impact the District, its divisions, or schools.

Evaluates and analyzes complex problems, issues, and concerns, recommends appropriate alternative solutions, and makes effective and timely decisions. Establishes annual goals and objectives as deemed appropriate by the supervisor. Gathers appropriate data in support of the status of annual objectives and job description elements. Other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Master’s degree from an accredited university Experience as a School Site Principal Administrator is required.

CERTIFICATION: Administrative Services credential with a K-12 authorization, required California Driver’s License

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CERTIFICATED SUPERVISORS AND MANAGERS SALARY SCHEDULE A Effective July 1, 2015

RANGE

DAYS

A

220 Per Diem

114,641 521.10

120,093 545.88

125,815 571.89

131,826 599.21

138,136 627.89

144,762 658.01

151,718 689.63

159,023 722.84

220 Per Diem

109,017 495.53

114,470 520.32

120,191 546.33

126,202 573.65

132,512 602.33

139,138 632.45

146,095 664.07

153,399 697.27

220 Per Diem

97,099 441.36

101,954 463.43

107,050 486.60

112,403 510.93

118,023 536.47

123,924 563.29

130,120 591.46

136,628 621.04

220

94,796

99,535

104,512

109,737

115,224

120,985

127,035

133,384

B

C

Director, Secondary Education Director, Special Education and Psychological Services Director, Pupil Personnel Services Director, Safety and Student Services Director of Human Resources Director of Instruction and Accountability High School Principal Director, Elementary Education Director of Wellness Principal, Middle School Coordinator of Alternative Educational Programs/ Principal, Continuation High School

STEP 1

STEP 2

STEP 3

STEP 4

STEP 5

STEP 6

STEP 7

STEP 8

D

Principal, Adult Education

Per Diem

430.89

452.43

475.06

498.81

523.75

549.94

577.43

606.30

E

Principal, Elementary Coordinator, Special Education Coordinator of Instructional Technology Arts and Career Technical Education Coordinator

215 Per Diem

93,633 435.50

98,315 457.28

103,230 480.14

108,390 504.14

113,812 529.36

119,503 555.83

125,478 583.62

131,753 612.81

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CERTIFICATED SUPERVISORS AND MANAGERS SALARY SCHEDULE A Effective July 1, 2015 RANGE

DAYS

F

Assistant Principal, High School

218 Per Diem

91,785 421.03

96,373 442.08

101,193 464.19

106,252 487.40

111,564 511.76

117,144 537.36

122,999 564.22

129,151 592.44

G

Assistant Principal, High School (hired after 7/1/13)

215 Per Diem

90,521 421.03

95,049 442.09

99,798 464.18

104,790 487.40

110,029 511.77

115,533 537.36

121,307 564.22

127,373 592.44

Alternative Education Administrator

210 Per Diem

89,614 426.73

94,092 448.06

98,797 470.46

103,735 493.98

108,922 518.68

114,369 544.62

120,087 571.85

126,091 600.44

Program Specialist II

220 Per Diem

84,789 385.41

89,031 404.69

93,480 424.91

98,154 446.16

103,061 468.46

108,215 491.89

113,625 516.48

119,307 542.31

215

84,341

88,558

92,986

97,634

102,516

107,641

113,022

118,673

Psychologist II

Per Diem

392.29

411.90

432.49

454.12

476.82

500.66

525.69

551.97

Assistant Principal, Middle School

213 Per Diem

84,080 394.75

88,284 414.48

92,698 435.21

97,332 456.96

102,199 479.81

107,307 503.79

112,675 528.99

118,308 555.44

210 Per Diem

82,896 394.75

87,040 414.48

91,392 435.2

95,961 456.96

100,759 479.81

105,796 503.79

111,087 528.99

116,642 555.44

220 Per Diem

81,239 369.27

85,302 387.74

89,566 407.12

94,044 427.47

98,747 448.85

103,683 471.29

108,868 494.86

114,312 519.60

Assistant Principal, Elementary

205 Per Diem

80,418 392.28

84,441 411.91

88,662 432.50

93,095 454.12

97,747 476.82

102,637 500.67

107,768 525.70

113,156 551.98

Program Specialist I

200 Per Diem

77,084 385.42

80,936 404.68

84,983 424.92

89,231 446.16

93,692 468.46

98,376 491.88

103,295 516.48

108,458 542.29

H

I

J

K

L

Assistant Principal, Middle School (hired after 7/1/12)

M

Adult Education Assistant Principal Coordinator of Child Development Programs

N

O

Psychologist I

STEP 1

STEP 2

STEP 3

STEP 4

STEP 5

STEP 6

STEP 7

STEP 8

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CERTIFICATED SUPERVISORS AND MANAGERS SALARY SCHEDULE A Effective July 1, 2015

RANGE P

Q

DAYS 187 Educational Audiologist

Supervisor III, Child Development Centers Covering 2 Sites

STEP 1 74,609

STEP 2 78,337

STEP 3 82,255

STEP 4 86,366

STEP 5 90,685

STEP 6 95,218

STEP 7 99,978

STEP 8 104,978

per diem

398.98

418.92

439.87

461.85

484.95

509.19

534.65

561.38

220 Per Diem

61,914 281.43

65,012 295.51

68,261 310.28

71,674 325.79

75,257 342.08

79,022 359.19

82,972 377.15

87,122 396.01

220 Per Diem

59,015 268.25

61,916 281.44

65,011 295.51

68,261 310.28

71,674 325.79

75,260 342.09

79,021 359.19

82,972 377.15

220 Per Diem

56,287 255.85

59,101 268.64

62,057 282.08

65,159 296.18

68,416 310.99

71,838 326.54

75,429 342.86

79,201 360.01

R

Supervisor III, Child Development Centers

S

Supervisor II, Child Development Centers Covering 2 Sites

T

Supervisor II, Child Development Centers

220 Per Diem

53,606 243.67

56,287 255.85

59,101 268.64

62,057 282.08

65,159 296.18

68,416 310.99

71,837 326.53

75,428 342.86

U

Supervisor I, Child Development Centers

220 Per Diem

48,967 222.58

51,414 233.70

53,986 245.39

56,683 257.65

59,519 270.54

62,494 284.06

65,619 298.27

68,899 313.18

V

Assistant Child Development Centers Supervisor

220 Per Diem

38,692 175.88

40,688 184.95

42,696 194.08

44,851 203.87

47,048 213.86

49,421 224.64

51,939 236.09

54,502 247.74

Adopted: 01/16/86 Revised: 05/02/91; 06/06/91; 08/15/91; 10/17/91; 05/21/92; 06/18/92; 10/01/92; 08/05/93; 07/21/94; 08/04/94; 09/15/94; 11/17/94; 01/05/95; 05/04/95; 08/17/95; 01/18/96; 05/16/96; 09/05/96; 09/19/96; 01/16/97; 07/03/97; 10/16/97; 02/19/98; 04/02/98; 08/20/98; 10/01/98; 11/05/98; 12/10/98; '02/18/99; 03/04/99; 06/24/99; 08/05/99; 08/17/00; 05/15/02; 11/07/02; 07/17/03; 03/18/04; 07/07/05; 4/20/06; 06/04/07; 3/20/08; 5/1/08; 6/24/10; 09/09/10; 11/8/10; 4/7/2011; 4/21/11; 09/15/11; 11/3/11; 02/16/12; 03/15/12; 06/07/12; 07/05/12; 08/02/12, 08/16/12; 02/07/13; 05/16/13; 3/20/14; 6/19/14; 02/05/15, 6/4/15, 10/15/15; 5/19/16; 10/20/16; 8/3/17; 12/21/17

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