• Regional Director

    Job Location US-MO
    Posted Date 2 months ago(11/20/2019 9:11 AM)
    Job ID
    Full-Time / Part-Time
    Regular / Temporary
  • Overview

    Responsible for the day-to-day overall operation and quality of the Title I Program and the implementation of the program design plan for 54 bypassed LEAs as part of a contract with the USED. The position requires a complex understanding of the Title I regulations; calculation of equitable funds using the Title I applications; and, oversight of consultation with private school officials and development of design plans for 54 bypassed LEAs in Missouri. Implement an intervention program which has the greatest opportunity for Title I students to grow academically and succeed in the regular classroom.


    1. Calculate equitable funding for each bypassed LEA annually from the Title I applications and create design plans based on the generated dollars and the number of children who have the greatest academic need within each LEA.
    2. Understand Title I regulations and the contractual language and procedures/tasks in the contract.
    3. Collect data required for deliverables, such as Design Report and final Evaluation Report and write the narrative to support the data for each deliverable.
    4. Establish ongoing communication with USED contract technical officers, DESE and LEA representatives, private school administrators, parents, supervisors and teachers to include complaints or any questions regarding the program goals and implementation.
    5. Ensure, at a minimum, annual consultation meetings are conducted with private school administrators.
    6. Establish the Student Eligibility List for each participating school.
    7. Manage, in coordination with the project accountant, the Title I allocation budgets by LEA and the assignment of teaching staff based on the allocation amounts.
    8. Review monthly with the project accountant the budget expenditures and allocation of funds.
    9. Meet monthly, or as needed, with the Contract Administrator/and or Supervisor to review all financial, procedural, or communication problems.
    10. Maintain property inventory for all Government owned property and materials in accordance with government property control standards.
    11. Hire and supervise Instructional Supervisors.
    12. Oversee operations of the central office to include purchase orders, leases, maintenance, technology, cleaning, and leased storage facilities.
    13. Supervise and coordinate duties of office staff and counselors for efficient operations.
    14. Establish operational procedures that are efficient and ensure completion of required functions to deliver educational services and meet contractual requirements.
    15. Coordinate with corporate staff to ensure job requisitions are created, employee hiring information is submitted timely, background checks are completed for all employees and child protection training is scheduled before the teachers enter the classroom and begin working with children.
    16. Plan and coordinate in-service training for Instructional Supervisors to include all Title I regulations, procedures and personnel selection and to ensure that all management activities are      consistent with the program design.
    17. Plan and coordinate pre-service and semi-annual in-service for all staff.
    18. Implement Leveled Literacy Intervention curriculum systems.
    19. Manage the delivery of the pre-post testing program for  all grade levels.
    20. Coordinate the parent involvement process and supervise Parent Involvement Coordinator.
    21. Coordinate the Professional Development process for the  classroom teachers of Title I students and of the NESI teachers and      supervise the Professional Development Coordinator.
    22. Visit and make recommendations to the Contract Administrator for “Off Property” locations, as needed. (if applicable)
    23. Research and make recommendations to the Contract Administrator/and  or Supervisor, on matters such as insurance and safety issues. (if applicable)
    24. Implement the infusion of technology into the instructional programs as appropriate and maintain guidelines which protect government property.
    25. Other duties as assigned.



    1. Master’s degree in Administration/Curriculum is required
    2. 10 years experience as an Administrator in an educational setting is required
    3. A thorough knowledge of Title I program goals, policies, laws, and governmental regulations and legislation is required
    4. Demonstrated leadership and people management abilities is required
    5. Must have excellent communication skills both written and verbal as well as excellent organizational skills.
    6. Financial skills, such as budget development and  management of funds is required
    7. Excellent interpersonal, problem solving, and decision-making abilities is required
    8. A proven ability to relate to a variety of constituencies is required
    9. Advanced computer skills with MS Office programs  (including advanced Excel skills - spreadsheets, data manipulation, v lookup) e-mail and internet is required

     Candidates can submit resumes to  Rochelle.schneickert@catapultlearning.com




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