Coordinator of Curriculum and Instruction

The Coordinator for Curriculum and Instruction is responsible for overseeing the entire aspects of the instruction program and to provide assistance to the instructional staff with curriculum planning and instruction philosophy.

● Coordinates with the Principal/Executive Director in the planning and implementation of curriculum appropriate for students in PreK-12 in keeping with the philosophy, mission, and vision of the school.
● Works in conjunction with the Coordinators to support the ASL use, literacy, and literature of our students.
● Oversees, implements, monitors, and tracks student academic progress and growth.
● Oversees the STEAM Program and Vocational/Skills program.
● Coordinates the mentorship program for all instructional staff with the support from Human Resources.
● Oversees and manages the inventory of curriculum and resources for instructional staff.
● Assist with the evaluation of staff of instruction and curriculum and reviews all lesson plans in the PreK-12th grade program.
● Oversees and ensures compliance with the administration of State and local testings for students in the K-12 grade program.
● Collaborate with teachers to determine approaches that best meet individual student needs.
● Provides constructive ongoing feedback with the staff in the area of instruction and curriculum.
● Provides leadership in the implementation of Technology Standards.
● Collaborates with the Communication Specialist to plan special academic activities (i.e. – Science Fair, 100 Days, etc)
● Coordinates and oversees Professional Development in Coordination with the Office of the Superintendent.
● Ensures that Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf meets all New York State learning standards.
● Promotes a safe learning environment for all students and staff.
● Ensures compliance with all regulations, policies, and procedures applicable to MNMSD.
● Additional duties as assigned by the Supervisor.
● Performs other related duties as assigned.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to perform each essential with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Relative experience in educational and human service settings.
• Fluent in the Spanish language, both written and oral.
• Proficiency in American Sign Language preferred or willingness to learn and become fluent within 3 years.
• Excellent verbal, written, presentation and interpretive communication skills.
• Integrity and professional ethics.
• Teamwork skills.
• Community relations experience preferred or willingness to learn.
• Attention to detail.
• Knowledge of, or the ability to establish a network of community relationships with parents, alumni, community members, and stakeholders.

Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in human services, social work, education or other related discipline required. Certification in Spanish interpreting preferred.