You must be a current employee with Fresno Unified School District and meet the minimum qualifications in order to be considered for these positions. To be considered for a management position with Fresno Unified School District, you must meet the minimum qualifications specified on the job description.

PositionSiteGradeSalary RangeContact PersonPhoneClosing DateDescription
Manager III (General) Visual & Performing ArtsCurriculum & InstructionE-26$103,152.00 - $125,382.00 Rita Baharian559-457-60666/17/2021

**Position for 2021-2022 School Year** 

The Manager III is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, organize and direct the development and improvement of assigned area or program to provide students access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities to stay in school on target to graduate; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel and provide constructive feedback to improve staff effectiveness.

Project Manager (General)Early LearningE-22$84,867.00 - $102,972.00Maria Ceballos Tapia559-457-36236/17/2021The Project Manager in Early Learning will be responsible for working closely with internal and external partners, departments, and organizations to enhance and further build the services and resources for children and families in the community. The Project Manager will closely monitor student data for program development and to ensure CDE subsidized child development contracts are fully realized. In addition, the project manager will be supporting the expansion of the department's priorities.
Design LeadFacilities Management & PlanningE-24$93,566.00 - $113,726.00Alex Belanger559-457-61266/15/2021

**Position for 2021-2022 school year.**

The Design Lead will serve as the chief design representative of the district in the planning, design and monitoring of school maintenance/construction and related facilities; recommend approval of preliminary plans, completed working drawings and specifications; work with commissioned architects in the design and construction of new facilities to assure compliance with district requirements and economy. Accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; effectively plan, coordinate, and direct the operations of an assigned site or department in support of providing students access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities to achieve their personal best; assist department or site leaders in the implementation, monitoring and compliance of assigned functions or activities to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate.

 

To view full job description, education requirements, and licenses for this position visit: 

https://hr.fresnounified.org/job-descriptions/

District Supervisor I, Food ServicesNutrition CenterE-15$60,312.00 - $73,310.00 Amanda Harvey559-457-62786/15/2021**Position for 2021-2022 school year.**

The District Supervisor I at the Nutrition Center, is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, organize, coordinate, and manage the District-wide and central kitchen food service programs and operations to provide timely delivery of high quality services; ensure compliance with federal, state, local, and district laws, regulations, policies, and procedures related to District food service programs; assign, review, evaluate the work and provide clear expectations of assigned food service personnel.
Manager II, English Language DevelopmentEnglish Learner ServicesE-25$92,641.00 - $112,600.00 Sandra Toscano559-457-39166/15/2021

**POSITION FOR 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR**

The Manager II is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of assigned area(s) and personnel; facilitate the implementation of designated and integrated English Language Development instruction to provide students access to high quality learning and stay in school on target to graduate. Coordinate, prepare and deliver professional learning in the area of English Language Development and legal requirements for English Learner Students; assist site principals, teachers, and families in enhancing the instruction. Participate in the of standards in core subjects and in educating students at high levels; make recommendations for changes and improvements; implement approved changes and monitor work activities to ensure compliance with in established guidelines.

To view full job description, education requirements, and licenses for this position visit: 

https://hr.fresnounified.org/job-descriptions/

Student Wellness Program ManagerFood Services/Nutrition CenterE-24$89,111.00 - $108,315.00Patrick Jensen559-457-36576/10/2021

**POSITION PENDING BOARD APPROVAL OF 2021-2022 BUDGET**

The Student Wellness Program Manager is accountable for improving student achievement as part of the Food Services Unit and in support of the Fresno Unified School District (FUSD) Strategic Plan, manages the implementation and maintenance of the Wellness Policy and all aligning programs, partnerships and committees. Responsible for the tri-annual assessment process and coordinating disparate elements within the district such as nutrition, curriculum, health services and Department of Prevention and Intervention (DPI). Responsible for community outreach as well as coordinating the student wellness committee and performing outreach to parents and community. Acts as a liaison to site-staff to provide wellness resources to teachers and parents. Supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel and provide clear, constructive feedback to improve staff effectiveness.

 

Project Manager (General) Extended LearningE-22$84,867.00 - $102,972.00Connie Cha559-248-74616/9/2021

**2 POSITIONS; FOR 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR**

The Project Manager of Extended Learning is accountable for improving student achievement for all students with special attention on improving student achievement of English Learners, Special Education students, foster and homeless youth; develop and lead a service-oriented department to support schools, school site leaders, and instructional staff; collaborate with district leaders to develop and integrate comprehensive and effective educational programs and services to provide students access to high quality learning options to stay in school on target to graduate; work collaboratively with departments with District Goals in support of student achievement.

*This position will include, but not limited to, the oversight, planning and implementation of after school programs, summer school, winter intersession, and Saturday Academy.

Manager II (General)EXTENDED LEARNINGE-2598,243.00 - 119,408.00Connie Cha
Connie.Cha@fresnounified.org
248-74616/8/2021**2 POSITIONS; FOR 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR**

 

The Manager II of Extended Learning is accountable for improving student achievement for all students with special attention on improving student achievement of English Learners, Special Education students, foster and homeless youth; develop and lead a service-oriented department to support schools, school site leaders, and instructional staff; collaborate with district leaders to develop and integrate comprehensive and effective educational programs and services to provide students access to high quality learning options to stay in school on target to graduate; work collaboratively with departments with District Goals in support of student achievement.

 

*This position will include, but is not limited to, the oversight, design, planning and implementation of after school programs, summer school, winter intersession, and Saturday Academy.

Requirements:

Any combination equivalent to: Bachelor's degree and five years increasingly responsible supervisory and/or management or related experience in area of specialty.


Valid California driver's license.

Vice Principal III on Special Assisgnment Prevention & Intervention E-26$97,272 - $118,233Rita Baharian 
457-6066
457-60666/2/2021

**Grant-Funded Position; Ending 2023-2024 School Year** 

The Vice Principal III on Special Assignment is accountable for improving student achievement for all students with special attention on English Learners and Special Education Students; perform a variety of complex duties as assigned by the Assistant Superintendent or designee for school improvement and coordinate services especially to Program Improvement schools to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate; work collaboratively with the Divisions of Special Education and School Support Services to develop effective instructional programs to meet the unique needs of individual students and families in support of preparing career ready graduates.

 

The VPSA III will: 

  • Work collaboratively with district leaders to design and implement academic interventions and systems, data collection, and progress monitoring
  • Work collaboratively with district leaders to enhance social emotional and behavior supports
  • Support the design of districtwide MTSS tools to expand system implementation
  • Develop and facilitate professional learning on MTSS at all tiers
  • Utilize the Cycle of Continuous Improvement process, to lead data collection for the grant reporting and evaluation purposes
  • Develop mandatory grant implementation and annual evaluation reports, monitor any budget and project implementation

 

Analyst I (General)Benefits & Risk ManagementE-17$66,526.00 - $80,826.00 Andrew De La Torre559-457-35965/30/2021

The Analyst I will coordinate, oversee and perform professional technical and analytical work for the Benefits Department, including coordinating and leading major and challenging projects across departments, agencies and vendors. Highly technical data analysis will be required to evaluate operations & processes and to facilitate complex decision-making. This position will serve in a lead capacity. This position is in support of the District's self-insured employee health benefits program. Candidates should have knowledge and/or prior experience in support of a large group insurance program.

  • Necessary skills include use of Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Word and related system programs.
  • Systems analysis: Applicant must be able to quickly understand how databases, systems and processes work, and seeks to improve efficiencies. Strong knowledge of Access and Excel is required. SQL preferred.
  • Attention to detail: Applicant must be able to assess high level trends and identify other issues which can potentially make an impact on the department / district.
  • Analytical skills: Must possess analytical skills in various systems in order to manipulate and translate data into meaningful solutions.
Guidance & Learning AdvisorScandinavian Middle SchoolE-24$80,843.00 - $98,263.00Ed Gomes559-457-37815/25/2021**For 2021-2022 Fiscal Year**

The Guidance & Learning Advisor is accountable for improving student achievement for all students with special attention on improving student achievement of English Learners and Special Education Students through the effective management of an assigned area; develop and implement a guidance and counseling advisory program in support of students learning at grade level and beyond; provide for academic guidance, discipline, counseling and referrals to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate; provide data management and analysis of school level data on a routine basis in order to drive instruction for student success; administer tests.
Manager, Business Operations (General)Purchasing DepartmentE-24$93,566.00 - $113,726.00Ann Loorz559-457-35825/18/2021The Business Operations Manager is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, coordinate, and direct the operations of an assigned site or department in support of providing students access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities to achieve their personal best; assist department or site leaders in the implementation, monitoring and compliance of assigned functions or activities to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate.
Coordinator II, Technology Support ServicesInformation TechnologyE-22$84,867.00 - $102,972.00 Don Soyinthisane559-457-25765/16/2021The Coordinator II for Technology Support Services is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, organize and coordinate the day-to-day activities of the Help Desk Center to provide efficient and timely delivery of high quality technological services to meet the needs of the District; supervise, train and evaluate assigned staff.
Manager II (General)Health ServicesE-25$92,641.00 - $112,600.00Brian Beck559-451-43225/13/2021

**POSITION FOR 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR**
The Manager II is accountable for improving student achievement with special attention on English Learners and Special Education students through effective management of assigned areas; coordinate, plan, and manage assigned functions or programs relating to fiscal management, control and analysis of a specific area within a Department or Division in support of educating students at a high level; ensure compliance with applicable federal, State and local laws, rules and regulations; supervise, provide clear work direction and evaluate the performance of assigned staff to provide timely delivery of high quality services

ADDITIONAL DUTIES:

Support Health Services Director with supervision and evaluation of classified employees (LVNs, Health Assistants, etc.).

Training of new LVNs and professional development for LVNs and Health Assistants. 

Coordinate FUSD school nurses as preceptors for CSUF and Fresno Adult School nursing students.

Support school nurses and students by advising and/or attending 504 and IEP meetings for students with complicated medical needs.

Represent Health Services at community meetings to coordinate services for students and families.

Learn additional responsibilities of Health Services Director such as; Budget preparation and monitoring, Medi-Cal Biling Option Program, MAA Program, applicable laws, regulations and policies and school-based health centers.

Manage, monitor and maintain student health records in current FUSD health management systems.

OTHER DUTIES THAT MAY BE REQUIRED:

Summer School hiring, supervision and training of LVN’s and Health Assistants.

Write and manage grants to improve health education and services for students and families.

DirectorHealth ServicesE-27$108,315.00 - $131,656.00Brian Beck559-451-43225/13/2021

The Director of Health services is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of assigned functions and activities; plan, organize, control and direct the Health Services of the District to provide timely delivery of high quality services to staff, sites and departments and ensure effectiveness of a comprehensive school health program; review, develop and communicate health policies to others to ensure comprehension of services and programs; supervise, provide clear work direction and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel. 

 

Principal IIIDesign Science Middle/College/High SchoolE-28$105,210.00 - $127,886.00 Misty Her559-457-37545/12/2021**For 2021-2022 School Year**

The Principal III will plan, organize, control and direct the instructional programs, operations, plant and personnel for an assigned school to provide student access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities; coordinate and administer assigned programs and activities related to student discipline, attendance and academic instruction to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate.

Project Manager (General)Teacher DevelopmentE-22$84,867.00 - $102,972.00Teresa Morales-Young559-457-60725/5/2021

**POSITION FOR 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR**
**PENDING BOARD APPROVAL OF 2021 -2022 BUDGET**

The Project Manager is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of assigned area(s); plan, coordinate, implement, execute, monitor and complete specific assigned projects within allocated budget and according to guidelines to accomplish stated goals; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff and provide clear, constructive feedback to improve staff effectiveness.

Manager III (General) Visual & Performing ArtsCurriculum & InstructionE-26$103,152.00 - $125,382.00Bryan Wells559-457-34765/5/2021

**Position for 2021-2022 School Year** 

The Manager III is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, organize and direct the development and improvement of assigned area or program to provide students access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities to stay in school on target to graduate; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel and provide constructive feedback to improve staff effectiveness.

Manager II (General) History/Social Science Curriculum & InstructionE-25$92,641.00 - $112,600.00Edith Navarro559-457-38745/5/2021

**Position for 2021-2022 School Year**

The Curriculum and Instruction Department is seeking qualified candidates for the position of History/Social Science Manager II for 7-12. As a part of their duties, the manager will oversee the  history/social science curriculum, organize resources and support, and create and deliver presentations for teachers, coaches, and others. They will work collaboratively with departments and sites in alignment with District Goals in support of student achievement.

This position will support curriculum, instruction, and professional learning in the area of K-12 HSS, civic education, and secondary world languages. 

Duties to include but not limited to the oversight, planning, and support of:

  • Implementation of new 7-12 HSS adoption
  • Elementary and secondary HSS teacher advisory teams
  • Civic education
  • World languages
  • World languages
  • Ethnic studies
  • Site and leader support

Other duties as outlined in the Manager II General job description

Manager II (General)Teacher DevelopmentE-25$92,641.00 - $112,600.00Teresa Morales-Young559-457-60725/5/2021

**Position pending board approval for 2021-2022 School Year**
**PENDING BOARD APPROVAL OF 2021 -2022 BUDGET**

The Teacher Development Department is seeking a highly motivated, organized, and collaborative individual.  The vision of the Teacher Development Department is to ensure that every classroom has a highly effective teacher who demonstrates the ability and desire to educate students at a high level.  The Manager of Teacher Development will oversee the New Teacher Support and Induction Program within the continuum of supports for teachers.  Teacher retention is accomplished through collaboration and communication with internal and external partners to train and coach new teachers.  The Manager will oversee Teacher Development projects, the support and retention program for new teachers, the credentialing of new teachers, and provide a professional learning program for New Teacher Support Coaches.  Teaching experience is required. Please see job description for a list of representative duties

 

Knowledge and skills required for the position:

-Knowledge of research based instructional best practices and standards-based instruction

-Input accurate, time-sensitive, and high-stakes information into data platforms

-Ability to design and deliver high-quality professional learning

-Partner with internal and external partners; including at the state level

-Monitor time-sensitive information

-Communicate vision and action steps

-Ability to build capacity in individuals and team

-Organize projects and events

-Organize, analyze, and communicate data

Principal IIGibson Elementary SchoolE-27$97,863.00 - $118,952.00Misty Her559-457-37544/27/2021

The Principal II will plan, organize, control and direct the instructional programs, operations, plant and personnel for an assigned school to provide student access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities; coordinate and administer assigned programs and activities related to student discipline, attendance and academic instruction to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate.

**For 2021-2022 School Year**

Analyst I (General)Nutrition CenterE-17$66,526.29 - $80,826.48Amanda Harvey559-457-62784/22/2021

The Analyst I at the Nutrition Center will perform technical analytical work in one or more assigned areas; direct, train and review the work of technicians and clerical staff to provide timely delivery of high quality services; lead assigned special projects to expand practices proven to raise student achievement with special attention on English Learners and Special Education Students; accurately gather, evaluate, and analyze a wide variety of data and information.

 
District Supervisor I, Food ServicesNutrition CenterE-15$60,312.00 - $73,310.00Amanda Harvey559-457-62784/18/2021The District Supervisor I at the Nutrition Center, is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, organize, coordinate, and manage the District-wide and central kitchen food service programs and operations to provide timely delivery of high quality services; ensure compliance with federal, state, local, and district laws, regulations, policies, and procedures related to District food service programs; assign, review, evaluate the work and provide clear expectations of assigned food service personnel.
Principal II on Special AssignmentSchool LeadershipE-27$97,863.00 - $118,952.00Carlos Castillo559-457-36734/15/2021

The Principal II on Special Assignment is accountable for improving student achievement for all students with special attention on English Learners and Special Education Students; perform a variety of highly complex duties as assigned by the Assistant Superintendent to build capacity and coordinate services to PI (Program Improvement) schools to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate; work collaboratively with the Director of School Improvement and the Administrator of Curriculum and Professional Development to support the professional growth of instructional leaders in preparing career ready graduates.

PENDING BOARD APPROVAL OF 2021 -2022 BUDGET

Principal IIBurroughs Elementary SchoolE-27$97,863.00 - $118,952.00Misty Her559-457-37544/14/2021

The Principal II will plan, organize, control and direct the instructional programs, operations, plant and personnel for an assigned school to provide student access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities; coordinate and administer assigned programs and activities related to student discipline, attendance and academic instruction to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate.

**For 2021-2022 School Year**

Project Manager (General)African American Academic Acceleration (AAAA)E-22$84,867 - $102,972Wendy McCulley559-457-37284/6/2021

**POSITION FOR 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR; PENDING BOARD APPROVAL OF 2021-2022 BUDGET **

The Project Manager is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of assigned area(s); plan, coordinate, implement, execute, monitor and complete specific assigned projects within allocated budget and according to guidelines to accomplish stated goals; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff and provide clear, constructive feedback to improve staff effectiveness.

 

Mission Statement:

In September 2017, the Office of African American Academic Acceleration (A4) was launched to identify and address the fundamental causes for the discrepancy in academic outcomes between African American students and other student groups.

Executive Director, PurchasingPurchasing DepartmentE-29$114,594.66 - $139,290.48 Karin Temple559-457-31343/28/2021The Executive Director of Purchasing is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of assigned area(s); plan, organize, control and direct a variety of purchasing functions to provide timely delivery of high quality services for the District; plan and direct the centralized procurement, storage and issuance of supplies, materials and equipment in a timely manner to meet the needs of sites and departments; administer the intra-District mail and money delivery system; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel and provide clear, constructive feedback to improve staff effectiveness.
Guidance & Learning AdvisorPrevention & InterventionE-24$80,843.40 - $98,263.32Erica Hasenbeck559-457-33573/25/2021

The Guidance and Learning Advisor is accountable for improving student achievement for all students with special attention on improving student achievement of English Learners and Special Education Students through the effective management of an assigned area; develop and implement a guidance and counseling advisory program in support of students learning at grade level and beyond; provide for academic guidance, discipline, counseling and referrals to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate; provide data management and analysis of school level data on a routine basis in order to drive instruction for student success; administer tests.

**POSITION FOR 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR;

PENDING BOARD APPROVAL OF 2021-2022 BUDGET **

Manager II, Social Emotional SupportPrevention & InterventionE-25$98,241.84 - $119,408.52Caine Christensen559-457-39413/23/2021

The Manager II, Social Emotional Support, will be accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; facilitate the development, enhancement and improvement of assigned programs to provide students access to high quality learning options to stay in school on target to graduate; provide leadership and support in the development of site based Social Emotional Support Systems including positive behavior supports (PBS); coordinate and monitor Social Emotional Support Systems with social service, counseling and behavioral health organizations. 

 

Principal IIIBairdE-28$105,210.36 - $127,886.16Misty Her559-457-37543/23/2021

The Principal III will plan, organize, control and direct the instructional programs, operations, plant and personnel for an assigned school to provide student access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities; coordinate and administer assigned programs and activities related to student discipline, attendance and academic instruction to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate.

**For 2021-2022 School Year**

Clinical School Social WorkerPrevention & InterventionE-24$80,843.40 - $98,263.32Caine Christensen559-457-39413/23/2021

The Clinical School Social Worker is under the direction of an assigned supervisor, effectively promotes the identification of students with behavioral and social emotional concerns and provides evidence-based education, behavior, mental health services, and counseling supports. The Clinical School Social Worker provides a variety of direct and indirect services that include case management functions involved in identifying, assessing, and counseling a diverse range of students and families. Clinical School Social Workers are accountable for improving student achievement through the effective operation of an assigned area; developing service plans, providing interventions as needed, and participating in the development of programs aimed at student achievement. It is the ultimate goal and function to provide mental health, social-emotional, and counseling support to student and families to increase opportunities of positive well-being and success in order to stay in school on target to graduate.

4 Positions

**Positions are pending Board Approval of 2021-2022 Budget, for 2021-2022 School Year**

Principal IICalwa Elementary / Juan Felipe HererraE-27$97,863.00 - $118,952.00Misty Her559-457-37543/12/2021

The Principal II will plan, organize, control and direct the instructional programs, operations, plant and personnel for an assigned school to provide student access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities; coordinate and administer assigned programs and activities related to student discipline, attendance and academic instruction to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate.

 2 POSITIONS

(CALWA & JUAN FELIPE HERERRA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL) 

**For 2021-2022 School Year**

Principal IIIComputech Middle / Bullard TalentE-28$105,210.00 - $127,886.00Misty Her559-457-37543/12/2021

The Principal III will plan, organize, control and direct the instructional programs, operations, plant and personnel for an assigned school to provide student access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities; coordinate and administer assigned programs and activities related to student discipline, attendance and academic instruction to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate.

2 POSITIONS

(COMPUTECH MIDDLE SCHOOL & BULLARD TALENT) 

**For 2021-2022 School Year**

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (GENERAL)COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESSE-29$114,595.00 - $139,291.00 Jeremy Ward559-248-70823/3/2021

The Executive Director for College and Career Readiness is accountable for improving achievement in all students by disrupting inequities through belief and system change, planning with students and families at the center, directing and leading the overall function and management of the department and improving the outcomes for the students of the Fresno Unified School District. Responsibilities of the Executive Director for College and Career Readiness include but at not limited to; budgeting, program design, staffing resource allocation, and customer services and support; collaboration with other departments and offices to effectively carry out the business functions of the department; provide timely support and assistance to district leaders, site leaders, and other staff as needed to meet District goals; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel and provide clear, constructive feedback in support of professional learning to improve staff effectiveness.

 

** This position is for the 2021-2022 School Year. 

Contingent upon Budget approval for the 2021 -2022 Fiscal Year ** 

Manager I, GeneralInformation TechnologyE-24$93,565 - $113,725Don Soyinthisane559-457-25762/24/2021

The Manager I, General is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, organize, control and coordinate assigned functions or programs relating to fiscal management, control and analysis of a specific area within a Department or Division in support of educating students at a high level; ensure compliance with applicable federal, State and local laws, rules and regulations; supervise, provide clear work direction and evaluate the performance of assigned staff to provide timely delivery of high quality services.

Preferred:

  • 5+ years of experience leading IT support teams
  • Experience managing enterprises with 50,000+ devices
  • Experience managing teams of 10+ employees
  • ITIL certification
  • Strong knowledge of ITSM tools
  • Strong knowledge of Cherwell and Microsoft SCCM
  • Strong knowledge of Device Life Cycle Management
  • Ability to travel to school and district sites (25%)
PROJECT MANAGER (FACILITIES)FACILITIES MANAGEMENT & PLANNINGE-22$84,867.00 - $102,973.00Alex Belanger559-457-61262/9/2021

The Project Manager for Facilities is Accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, coordinate and develop the scope, design and construction of new school buildings and facilities and the modification, addition and relocation of existing buildings and structures in support of providing students and staff a safe, clean and orderly learning and working environment to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate.

 
Manager I (General)Charter OfficeE-24$88,230.00 - $107,242.00Carlos Castillo559-457-35542/1/2021The Manager I (General) is responsible for the coordination of Charter School Petition reviews (new and renewals) and oversight of existing charters. Charter school petition reviews require the manager to coordinate the District Charter Review Team. Site visits, feedback, and various other overview duties are also a primary component of the job duties.  In addition to oversite responsibilities, the manager is responsible for ensuring the charter schools operate in compliance with all applicable laws and terms of their charter.
PROJECT MANAGER/FACILITIESFACILITIES MANAGEMENT & PLANNINGE-22$84,867 - $102,973Alex Belanger : william.belanger@fresnounified.org559-457-61261/14/2021The Project Manager for Facilities is Accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, coordinate and develop the scope, design and construction of new school buildings and facilities and the modification, addition and relocation of existing buildings and structures in support of providing students and staff a safe, clean and orderly learning and working environment to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate.

Requirements: 
Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree in engineering, architecture, construction management, and ten years of construction experience, and/or related discipline and seven years of progressively responsible experience in school planning, design and construction. Experience can be substituted for education.



Valid California driver's license; Professional engineering or architect license (B) preferred.
 


Analyst IFiscal ServicesE-17$66,526.29 - $80,826.48Matt Richardson
matthew.richardson@fresnounified.org
559-457-353512/24/2020The Analyst I at Fiscal Services is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; under general direction of an assigned supervisor, perform a variety of technical and analytical duties in the areas of budgetary analysis and development, position control, attendance accounting and financial management to provide timely delivery of high quality services and assist in ensuring the financial viability of the District.

Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business administration or
closely related field and/or

Two years professional experience in accounting, budgeting and/or financial
management, or closely related field.

Valid California driver's license.
Clinical School Social WorkerPrevention & InterventionE-24$78,488.74 - $95,401.27Caine Christensen 
Caine.Christensen@fresnounified.org
559-457-3941
457-394112/21/2020

The Clinical School Social Worker is under the direction of an assigned supervisor, effectively promotes the identification of students with behavioral and social emotional concerns and provides evidence-based education, behavior, mental health services, and counseling supports. The Clinical School Social Worker provides a variety of direct and indirect services that include case management functions involved in identifying, assessing, and counseling a diverse range of students and families. Clinical School Social Workers are accountable for improving student achievement through the effective operation of an assigned area; developing service plans, providing interventions as needed, and participating in the development of programs aimed at student achievement. It is the ultimate goal and function to provide mental health, social-emotional, and counseling support to student and families to increase opportunities of positive well-being and success in order to stay in school on target to graduate.

A master’s degree from a social work program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.

Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Social Work; Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Counseling preferred; a valid license as a Clinical Social Worker issued by the California Board of Behavioral
Sciences OR immediate registration as an Associate Clinical Social Worker upon date of hire. Must remain in good standing with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, and obtain Licensure within 5 years; valid
California driver’s license. Incremental progress requirements towards obtaining a valid license as a Clinical Social Worker issued by
the California Board of Behavioral Sciences:

Verification of registration as an Associate Clinical Social Worker to be provided with 45 days of hire.

Verification of supervised experience for years one (1) through three (3) submitted annually by July 1st for the previous year’s hours and tier in accordance with the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS)
requirements. The minimum for annual hours required by the District is 600 hours. Register for and pass the examinations required by the BBS and obtain the LCSW license no later than completion of year 5.

ANALYST II, FISCAL SERVICES FISCAL SERVICESE-21$80,826.48 - $98,243.01Matt Richmond
Matthew.Richmond@fresnounified.org
559-301-297811/1/2020

The Analyst II will be accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; perform a variety of independent technical and analytical duties in the areas of budgetary analysis and development, position control, attendance accounting and financial management to ensure the financial viability of the District and provide timely delivery of high quality services to meet the needs of the sites and departments; train, supervise and evaluate assigned staff.

 

 

Requirements:

 

Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business administration or closely related field and three years professional experience in accounting, budgeting and/or financial management, or closely related field.

 

Valid California driver's license

 

 

PRINCIPAL V – SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOLE-30$122,120.80 - $148,438.80BRIAN WALL
Brian.Wall@fresnounified.org
457-367811/1/2020

The Principal V will plan, organize, control and direct the instructional programs, operations, plant and personnel for an assigned school to provide student access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities; coordinate and administer assigned programs and activities related to student discipline, attendance and academic instruction to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate..

 

 

 

Requirements:

 

Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree and three years of classroom experience or experience in pupil personnel services; some administrative experience preferred.

 

Valid Administrative Services Credential

 

Valid California driver's license

 

PRINCIPAL II - AYER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AYER ELEMENTARY SCHOOLE-27$97,863.02 - $118,951.80MISTY HER 457-3754
Misty.Her@fresnounified.org

ANNETTE MONTAGUE 457-3754
Annette.Montague@fresnounified.org
457-375410/9/2020

***The 2020/2021 Approved Principal Pool Candidates WILL be invited to interview for this position and do NOT need to apply to this job posting***

 

 

The Principal II will plan, organize, control and direct the instructional programs, operations, plant and personnel for an assigned school to provide student access to high quality learning options and a variety of activities; coordinate and administer assigned programs and activities related to student discipline, attendance and academic instruction to assist students to stay in school on target to graduate.

 

Requirements:

 

Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree and three years of classroom experience or experience in pupil personnel services; some administrative experience preferred.

 

Valid Administrative Services Credential

 

Valid California driver's license.

DISTRICT SUPERVISOR I, CUSTODIAL SERVICES MAINTENANCE & OPERATION E-13$54,705.60 - $66,489.75Drone Jones
drone.jones@fresnounified.org
457-304510/8/2020

The District Supervisor I, Custodial Services for Maintenance & Operation is accountable for improving student achievement through the effective management of an assigned area; plan, coordinate and monitor efficient custodial operations for schools within an assigned area; inspect facilities and recommend corrective measures to provide a safe, clean and orderly learning and working environment.

 

Requirements:

 

Any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school and five years custodial experience, including three years in a supervisory responsibility.

 

Valid California driver's license.

 

CERTIFIED ATHLETIC TRAINER SUNNYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL E-15$60,311.80- $73,309.68Amy Smith
Amy.Smith@fresnounified.org
253-6735
253-673510/6/2020

Under the direction of the assigned supervisor and/or Site Athletic Director organize and conduct a comprehensive program in the prevention and care of athletic injuries. Evaluates the physical condition and advises and treats student athletes to maintain maximum physical fitness for participation in athletic competition, while keeping the mental and physical welfare of the athlete as the top priority. Promotes the prevention of injuries by all available means including conditioning, protective equipment, exercising, taping, and training techniques.

 

 

 

Requirements:

 

Graduation from an athletic training program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) with a bachelor’s or master’s degree.

 

Previous experience working as an Athletic Trainer preferred.

 

 

 

LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

 

NATA BOC Athletic Trainer Certification required

 

Valid California Driver’s License

 

Current CPR certification required.

ANALYST I (GENERAL) SCHOOL LEADERSHIPE-17$66,526.29 - $80,826.48Misty Her 
misty.her@fresnounified.org
457-3754 9/22/2020

The Analyst I for School Leadership is to perform technical analytical work in one or more assigned areas; direct, train and review the work of technicians and clerical staff to provide timely delivery of high quality services; lead assigned special projects to expand practices proven to raise student achievement with special attention on English Learners and Special Education Students; accurately gather, evaluate, and analyze a wide variety of data and information.

 

Requirements:

 

Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree.

Three years increasingly responsible supervisory/management and/ or related experience in area of specialty.

 

Valid California driver's license.

Test ItemWill automatically be removed on 9/19A-1$10,000-$20,000Tester123-45679/18/2020Just testing
Analyst II (General) - Equity & AccessEquity & AccessE-21$80,825.51 - $98,244.06David Jansen457-38139/3/2019The Analyst II at Equity and Access will work under the direction of a senior Equity and Access leader and will actively partner with multiple departments and school sites to model and support the use of research, data, and improvement frameworks to increase data literacy and fluency, evaluate systems, structures, and processes resulting in current outcomes, and deploy rapid tests of change ideas with a user- and problem-centered approach.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Support departments and school sites by facilitating data-driven critical inquiry
• Support departments and school sites in the development, testing, and scaling of evidence-based change ideas
• Extract, transform, analyze, and visually represent information from district databases
Desired Knowledge and Abilities:
• Ability to collaborate effectively amongst diverse teams that value constructive debate and active learning
• Familiarity with continuous improvement principles, strategies, and processes
• Ability to develop SQL queries or proven capacity to acquire new technical skills in a short amount of time
• Experience developing data visualizations using Excel, Tableau, or Power BI

Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree and four years increasingly responsible supervisory and/or management or related experience in area of specialty.

Valid California driver's license.
Manager II (General)Information TechnologyE-25$95,380 - $115,930Philip Neufeld457-31649/20/2019The successful candidate will manage the team responsible for core infrastructure and enterprise services for Fresno Unified affecting 110+ sites, 9,000+ employees, 72,000+ students, and 70,000+ computers. The core infrastructure includes 500+ virtual machines, hosts on Cisco Hyper Converged Infrastructure (HCI) environment running HyperV 2019, and Windows Server OSs containing apps like N-Tier ERPs, WFEs, domain controllers, etc. The enterprise services include Microsoft Office 365, Teams, Azure, DCs, SCCM, etc. Other critical aspects of this team’s domain include management of cybersecurity platforms and services including Microsoft EOP, ATP, ATA; Cisco Firepower, Nexus Switches, Cisco CUCM, Cisco Umbrella; Rapid7 IDR SEIM, Nessus, etc. The candidate must be familiar technologies and practices related to multi-cloud, hybrid-cloud, data protection, cybersecurity, Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity (DR/BC), etc.

The successful candidate will leverage the collective strengths of the team responsible for core infrastructure and enterprise services; will collaborate with the team on growth of the members’ capacity; will collaborate with the team and their supervisor on the prioritization of work across operations, services and initiatives; and will collaborate with team members to make decisions regarding architecture, configuration, and projects where necessary.

Preferred:
- Experience managing enterprises with 25,000+ devices, 250+ hosts
- Strong knowledge of Office 365
- Strong knowledge of managing enterprise services throughout their life cycle
- Ability to travel to school and districts sites (20%)
- Strong knowledge of hybrid multi-cloud architectures & HCI

*Any combination equivalent to: bachelor’s degree and five years increasingly responsible supervisory and/or management or related experience in area of specialty.

*Valid California driver’s license.
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