Job Goal: To ensure short and long-term student projection targets are valid, manage the school choice process to ensure integrity, manage student assignment changes with public/parent input within policy requirements, and provide for school facility needs through coordination and update yearly to the Long Range Facility Plan and Capital Improvement Plan.
Manage and supervise all aspects of the Planning and Demographics Department to support and provide leadership support to the schools, other departments and outside entities to enhance student, parent and other agencies experiences with Greenville County Schools
Manage and develop statistical models using multiple data sources for staff to project short and long-term projections always seeking the greatest accuracy possible.
Analyze and determine areas to seek land for new school construction. Work with the Executive Director of Facilities to identify acceptable new school sites.
Provide data and assist in developing, evaluating and implementing the district’s programs.
Maintain contacts with economic entities, other governmental agencies and development personnel and companies.
Manage the student assignment process.
Manage the coordination and oversee the yearly update to long-term projections and the update to the Long Range Facilities Plan and Capital Improvement Program
Coordinate the development of basic educational specifications for additions onto schools or new schools.
Conduct the yearly computation of program capacity for each school.
Provide support to schools to ensure efficient and effective instructional school space usage.
Ensure quality control of student data at the schools.
Oversee the handling of custody issues, residency issues, affidavits, to ensure consistency and accuracy.
Communicate changing demographics of GCS students and the overall populations to the Superintendent and Leadership Team.
Develop and provide reports to the Board of Trustees as directed by the Superintendent.
Work closely with the Facilities Department on timing of addition and new schools coordinating assignment and program work.
Maintain an active working relationship with Academics relating to school initiatives.
Work toward the success of the district’s Strategic Plan and other goals to enhance student learning.
Provide professional development opportunities specific to staff roles to ensure continued learning in the areas of Planning and Demographics.Terms of Employment: Twelve months with Salary on Administrative/Supervisory Schedule, Grade C
Supervises: Professional and clerical positions
Qualifications: The person in this position should have the following credentials:
BS degree in a related field required.
Prefer at minimum, 5 years’ experience in a similar position in a large school district or an applicable firm providing the service for school districts.
Experience with extensive school choice programs preferred
Experience with student assignment programs and processes preferred
Ability to effectively communicate with multiple audiences across a broad spectrum of constituents including parents, school personnel, school communities, economic development groups, and other public entities is required.
Effective written, presentation, communication and technology use skills are required.
Experience in analysis and developing student projections using all sources and developing statistical models to enhance accuracy in changing economic environments is required.
Experience in long range facility planning and implementation is preferred.
Internal Number: 9110
About Greenville County Schools
The School District of Greenville County (Greenville County Schools) is Nationally Accredited by Council of Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS/CASI). Established in 1951, Greenville County Schools is located in one of the fastest growing areas in the Southeast. It is also the largest district in the state and the 44th largest district in the nation. Located on the I-85 corridor in an urban setting between Charlotte, NC and Atlanta, GA, Greenville County Schools has more than 77,000 students in a community of over 500,000 residents and with outstanding cultural activities. Our mission is to build college- and career-ready graduates by connecting students to engaging classes and meaningful experiences that cultivate world-class knowledge and skills while developing character, leadership, and citizenship. Our vision is to graduate students who are inspired, supported, and prepared for their next opportunities in life, education, and employment. Part of our district’s Strategic Plan is to implement quality, recruiting strategies to provide quality teachers for all students. The district has 15 National Blue Ribbon Schools, 21 Palmetto’s Finest Schools (State’s Top Schoo...ls), and 6,000 teachers. Student enrollment has increased by more than 6,000 students over the last ten years. Outstanding programs include the state’s first International Baccalaureate program and 11 magnet academies. The District has 51 elementary, 20 middle schools, 14 high schools, 6 Child Development Centers, 4 Career Technology Centers, a Fine Arts High School, the Charles Townes Gifted Center, Roper Mountain Science Center and other learning centers. Every learning center is a state-of-the-art facility.
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