...MCPS seeks candidates with a commitment to academic excellence to apply for the Chief Engagement and Partnership Officer... ...The Chief Engagement and Partnership Officer, working with senior school system leaders, establishes a comprehensive vision for family, community, and business engagement. Oversees the development, design, and implementation of short- and long-term family, community, and business engagement strategies that are aligned with the MCPS strategic plan and Board of Education policies. Plans and manages strategic partnerships between MCPS and businesses, government agencies, higher education institutions, and community organizations to provide families and students with the supports needed to be college and career ready. Develops partnerships with the business community to increase alignment between the K–12 experience and careers. Designs and directs plans for expanding partnership programs to garner additional corporate input and resources and targets new partners based on district and school needs. Supports schools in their efforts to identify, develop, and maintain community and business partnerships. Directs the planning and implementation of parent engagement and community programs and services that promote family support of children’s learning and development and build the capacity of schools to support students and families. Directs the development of a systemic outreach strategy for engagement with traditionally underrepresented and emergent communities. Develops strategies to support and enable parent leadership and empowerment. Develops and implements strategies for improving interagency collaboration among federal, state, county, public, private, and volunteer agencies.
Friday, June 1, 2012
There's always room for another administrator! Who knew that "partnerships" were more important than classroom teachers?