Educational Program Supervisor
The Program Supervisor manages all services and materials purchased through Federal Title or CARES funds at non-public schools. The Program Supervisor manages the instruction, professional development and family engagement activities provided by Catapult Learning to meet the needs of the students and their communities. The Program Supervisor ensures all approvals and documentation required by the district and the state and federal agencies is provided in a timely and accurate manner. Additionally, the Program Supervisor maintains a current inventory of all items purchased through Federal Funds that are located at the schools. The goal of the Program Supervisor is to make sure that all students are learning.
- Assures customer satisfaction, program quality assurance, and student achievement, as well as safety and professional appearance of optimal learning environment of the classroom.
- Establishes a positive professional rapport with school staff, principals, and the school district; communicates issues concerning program implementation.
- Submits monthly reports and other documents as necessary
- Coordinates Professional Development and assures that all documentation is provided to the district in a timely fashion.
- Staff and manage the Professional Development that is provided by Catapult Learning.
- Present Professional Development and Family Engagement activities as needed.
- Hires, trains, coaches and oversees the performance of teachers; supervises via informal and formal lesson observations.
- Provides assistance to teachers in the development of class schedules and instructional strategies to meet the needs of all participating students.
- Assists with testing students and analyzing data to influence program success.
- Provides guidance to teachers with record-keeping procedures and ensures that required plans and reports are maintained and updated properly.
- Ensure that all assets are in inventory and in working order.
- Teaches intervention Reading and/or Math up to 10 hours a week to supplement teacher vacancies.
- Must be organized and detail oriented
- Must have a flexible schedule and the ability to handle numerous priorities concurrently
- Must be able to travel between multiple school sites throughout Milwaukee County
- Current Wisconsin DPI Teaching Certificate preferred
- Bachelor's Degree or higher
- A minimum of two years of related supervisory experience in education
- Working knowledge of MS Office and virtual meeting programs (Zoom, etc.) required
- A positive and enthusiastic attitude towards students, administration, parents, and other internal and external customers
- Must be a continual learner of instruction and current professional development practices