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ATLANTA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
ANNOUNCEMENT OF VACANCY
January 30, 1969
Director Job Corps Skill Center
Bachelors degree required; master's degree preferred. Must meet State
Department of Education requirements for certification in Vocational
Three years vocational teaching experience. Broad industrial experience
B.S. Degree $13,723.80 -— $15,360.60
M.S. Degree $14,542.20 - $16,179.00
EDS. Degree $15,360.60 - $16,997.40
DR. Degree $16,179.00 - $17,815.80
Plans, organizes, and directs the educational program and administrative
functions of the Skill Center. Reports to the Executive Director of
Vocational-Technical and Adult Education.
Must have extensive knowledge of the principles and methods of organiza-
tion of course content, the principles and techniques of teaching and
General school administration; knowledge of academic subjects and their
place and value in a Vocational Education Program. Must have exceptional
ability to plan, organize, and direct a school program of vocational
instruction; to enlist, organize, and effectively use advisory committees.
Must have considerable ability to evaluate instructional techniques,
procedures, and equipment; present comments and opinions clearly and
concisely; create and maintain cooperative relationships with others; and
to anticipate, to analyze, and to prepare plans to meet needs and situations.
Must have ability to apply budgetary principles, and to establish effective
records and report systems.
Plans, develops and administers programs to provide educational opportuni-
ties and counseling for students, Cooperates with business, civic, and
other organizations to develop curricula to meet needs and interests of
students and community. Appoints advisory committee for each major
Establishes procedures, in cooperation with the Job Corps and Employment
Security Agencies, for the recruitment registration, and placement of
students, and supervises these activities.
Interviews and recommends selection and placement of staff and faculty and
other personnel necessary for operation of the Skill Center, Provides in-
service training for instructors.
Supervises review and evaluation of course content and schedules, and
revision as necessary to meet student and community needs.
Prepares periodic budgets and determines allocation of funds within
Directs preparation of pamphlets, posters, news releases, and radio
and television scripts to publicize and promote personnel recruitment
and educational programs.
Supervises collection and analysis of data from questionnaires, inter-
views, and group discussions to evaluate curricula, teaching methods,
and community participation in Skill Center programs.
Establishes procedures for preparation of records and reports; for
maintenance, accountability, and equipment, assigned to the Skill
Center; and supervises these activities.
Plans, develops, and administers physical educational program, recrea-
tional program, and student residential program.
Plans work of faculty committees and directs school safety program to
include fire and emergency drills.
Statement of Interest should be mailed to Mrs. Ruth Satterfield,
Director of Recruitment and Placement, Personnel Division, 224 Central
Avenue, S. W., Atlanta, 30303, no later than Friday, February 14, 1969.
Applicants will be notified of date and time of interview.