Bureau of Indian Education – Chief Academic Officer/Associate Deputy Director – BIE Operated Schools

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Posted: May 30, 2018

Chief Academic Officer - Bureau of Indian Education, salary $149,578-$189,600 ES00 Full-time permanent position. Apply via usajobs.gov Annc. # BIE-SES-2018-01. The Chief Academic Officer serves as a top level manager who contributes to the mission of the Bureau of Indian Education and is responsible for providing leadership, vision and strategic direction for the BIE's academic program - standards, assessment, instruction, curriculum, school improvement, professional development and technical assistance. The Chief Academic Officer is responsible for developing and executing program action plans consistent with BIE's Strategic Plan, Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) and other initiatives designed to provide maximum and optimal education services to Indian students from early childhood through life in accordance with the tribe's needs for cultural and economic well-being in keeping with the wide diversity of government entities. The Chief Academic Officer manages, through Assistant Deputy Directors, and has full authority and accountability for the administration of three divisions, Tribally Controlled Schools, Bureau Operated Schools and Navajo Schools, and as such, ensures the effective and efficient integration of a wide and geographically diverse range of academic programs. Closes on June 10, 2018. https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/496407600

Associate Deputy Director - BIE Operated Schools, salary $133,859 to $189,600 per year, ES00, full-time, permanent position. Apply via usajobs.gov Annc. # BIE-SES-2018-02. This position is located in the Bureau of Indian Education, Associate Deputy Director - BIE Operated Schools in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Associate Deputy Director - BIE Operated Schools serves as a top level manager who contributes to the mission of the Bureau of Indian Education and is responsible for providing oversight of the operating efficiency and effectiveness of all BIE funded education programs to provide quality educational opportunities from early childhood through life in accordance with the tribe's needs for cultural and economic well-being in keeping with the wide diversity of government entities. Provide oversight and guidance to BIE-operated schools through building a responsive organization that provides resources, direction and services to BIE schools; foster parental, community and organizational partnerships to provide the emotional and social support students need; and provide a budget that focuses on providing resources and services. Closes on June 10, 2018. https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/496393300