Primary Location: United States-IL-ILCarbondale
Function:Training Education Services
Neurorestorative Carbondale is currently seeking a Full Time Principal for our Adolescent Program
Founded in 1977, Neurorestorative Carbondale was the first dedicated after hospital rehabilitation program in the country for persons with acquired brain injuries and has continued as a leader for more than 40 years.
We are an organization that values people - those we serve and those who join us on our mission.
Description Neurorestorative is seeking a Principal that Directs and coordinates educational, administrative, and counseling activities of a MENTOR Network school. Develops and evaluates educational program to ensure conformance to state and school board standards. Develops and coordinates educational programs through meetings with staff, review of teachers' activities, and issuance of directives. Essential Job Functions
- Develops and manages all school education, administrative, and counseling activities and provides leadership, guidance, and supervision to assigned staff.
- Develops curriculums and evaluates educational program to ensure conformance and compliance to state and school board educational standards and regulations.
- Reviews placement of students, participates in case conferences and treatment team evaluations, and oversees the writing of individual educational plans (IEPs).
- Monitors staff development, training, recruitment and ensures that all staff are properly licensed and certified by the appropriate agencies.
- Facilitates educational team meetings and the planning of educational transitions.
- Monitors budget allocations, expenditures, fund balances and related financial activities to ensure allocations are accurate, revenues are recorded, expenses are within budget limits and/or fiscal practices are followed.
- Develops and coordinates educational programs through meetings with staff, review of teachers' activities, and issuance of directives.
- Adheres to the Family Advocacy Services and MENTOR policies and procedures that support the mission, philosophy of the Agency and school objectives.
- Establishes and maintains supportive working relationships internally within both Family Advocacy Services and MENTOR, and externally with the broader community services network.
- Represents the schools, Family Advocacy Services and MENTOR and its services within the community.
- Performs other related duties and activities as required.
Qualifications: Education and Experience Requirements
- Master's degree in Education or related field and eight to ten years teaching experience including administrative management experience.
- Licensure as required.
- Must be able to pass DCFS fingerprinting/backgrounds
- Must be able to pass drug screen and physical.