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Director (General) - English Learner Services - E219

For questions regarding the job posting or application, please call Human Resources at (559) 457-3500.

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Title IX Coordinator - David Chavez, 2309 Tulare Street, (559) 457-3593,
Title 5 Compliance Officer - Teresa Plascencia, 2309 Tulare Street, (559) 457-3736,
Title II /ADA Coordinator - Andrew de la Torre, 2309 Tulare Street, (559) 457-3520,
Section 504 Coordinator- Sean Virnig, 1301 M Street, (559) 457-3227,

The English Learner Services Director (General) will:

  • Maintain Managers and Teachers on Special Assignment (TSAs) to provide support to teachers, leaders, and EL students at every site.
  • Support site leaders to implement, monitor, and provide feedback on district level Professional Learning to teachers for implementation of integrated and designated English Language Development (ELD).
  • Assist each school's EL Site Representative (designated person on each school site who oversees EL activities) to comply with all state and federal requirements, support instruction, and ensure site-based professional learning for English learners.
  • Support expanded interventions (Winter Session, Summer Session and After School Programs) to EL students including Long Term English learners (LTEL) (English Learner students that have attended a U.S. school for more than 6 years without being reclassified and is at least in the 5th grade) and At-Risk English Learners (English learner students who have attended a U.S. school for 4 to 5 years without being reclassified).
  • Support newcomer EL to acquire English Language proficiency at the rate of one English language proficiency level per year and to make timely academic progress.
  • Support expansion of Dual Language Immersion programs.


  • Any combination equivalent to: bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration or related experience in area of specialty and five years increasingly responsible supervisory and/or management experience.

  • Valid California driver's license.

  • Valid California Administrative Services Credential and/or Teacher's Credential may be required based on assignments and/or area(s) of responsibility.