Sunday, October 05, 2008

DCPS is looking for a Senior Program Director Resolution Team

Thanks to the DC Education blog for tipping me. DCPS Job Opening: Senior Program Director Resolution Team, Office of Special Education, six figure salary.

Position Announcement: Senior Program Director Resolution TeamOffice of Special EducationLocation: Washington, DC Capitol Hill
Position Overview:

The Office of the Deputy Chancellor for Special Education seeks entrepreneurial, energetic and experienced management talent to lead one of Chancellor Rhee's most important initiatives—compliance with the Blackman-Jones Consent Decree, a major class action litigation suit impacting one of the largest urban school systems in the country. The consent decree requires that the District implement special education hearing officer decisions and settlement agreements in a timely manner while also reducing the backlog of unimplemented cases.The Senior Program Director is a chief advisor to the Deputy Chancellor and serves as a senior director in the Office of Special Education—one of the District's largest divisions. The Senior Program Director will manage a capable and talented case resolution team of 30 full time employees and contractors to eliminate the backlog of cases and timely implementing new ones. Read the rest here.
One commenter said:
If they are paying for this position then what the heck will the Deputy Chancellor of Special Education be doing? Somebody needs to check this upper level hiring!!!
Somebody, please...

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