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Employment Opportunities

Brookesmith ISD is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Applicants for all positions are considered without regard to race, color, sex (including pregnancy), national
origin, religion, age, disability, genetic information, veteran or military status, or any other legally protected
status. Additionally, the district does not discriminate against an applicant who acts to oppose such
discrimination or participates in the investigation of a complaint related to discriminating employment
practices.
Brookesmith Independent School District currently has six campuses across the state providing quality education services to
individuals in different environments and circumstances.  The campuses are listed below:                                                       
                                                 
 BROOKESMITH MAIN – Brookesmith Main is the hub of the district and host to the District’s Central Office
Administration, located in the city of Brookesmith and home to Brookesmith High School and Elementary Schools.
 DAVINCI – DaVinci is an Emergency Shelter located in Rosenberg, TX in partnership with Hemple Shelter. 
 APOLLO – Apollo is a Residential Treatment Facility located in Conroe, TX in partnership with
 ARTEMIS - Artemis is a Residential Treatment Facility located in Conroe, TX in partnership with Creighton Oaks
 QUEST – Quest is a Residential Treatment Facility located in Baytown, TX in partnership with Hands of Healing 
 PLATO- Plato is a Residential Treatment Facility located in Hearne, TX in partnership with Lean on Me Family
To apply for any of the positions listed below, please print off the proper application and email them to
rena.algood@brookesmithisd.net along with a resume and reference list.  In the subject line, please
indicate which position you are applying for and what campus.  Thank you for your interest in
Brookesmith ISD!!

 

Preemployment Forms – Required for all applicants

 

Job Positions Currently Available: 

Job Title: Principal Exemption Status/Test: Exempt/Executive

Reports to: Assistant Superintendent or Administrator in an Educational Establishment

Dept./School: Assigned Campus and Level
Category: Administrator

Primary Purpose:
Direct and manage overall campus operations. Responsible for leadership of the campus instructional program
ensuring high standards of instruction and student achievement, compliance with district policies, application
of instructional programs, and effective operation of all campus activities.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in educational administration or related field

Education/Certification: Texas principal or another appropriate Texas certificate
Certification, Instructional Leadership Training (ILT), or Instructional Leadership Development (ILD)

Special Knowledge/Skills:
Working knowledge of curriculum and instruction
Ability to evaluate the instructional program and teaching effectiveness
Ability to manage budget and personnel
Ability to implement policy and procedures
Ability to interpret data
Excellent organizational, communication, public relations, and interpersonal skills

Experience: 2-years experience as a classroom teacher, 1-year experience in instructional leadership roles

Major Responsibilities and Duties:
Instructional Management

  • 1. Monitor instructional processes to ensure that program activities are related to outcomes and use

findings to take corrective actions where necessary.

  • 2. Provide instructional resources and materials needed to accomplish instructional goals.
  • 3. Establish clear expectations for staff performance with regard to instructional strategies, classroom

management, and communication with the public.

  • 4. Foster collegiality and team building among staff members. Encourage their active involvement in the

decision-making process.

  • 5. Solicit regular input from the campus-level committee about planning, operation, supervision, and

evaluation of the campus educational program. Include students and community representatives when
appropriate.
School or Organization Improvement

  • 6. Build a common vision for school improvement with staff. Direct planning activities and implement

programs to ensure attainment of the school’s mission.

  • 7. Establish campus performance objectives for Academic Excellence Indicators using the campus

planning process and involving the site-based decision-making committee. Demonstrate campus
progress using results to promote school improvement.

  • 8. Provide opportunities for interactive communication with superintendent, staff, students, parents, and

community.
Student Management

  • 9. Act as the campus behavioral coordinator in accordance with state laws and regulations.
  • 10. Ensure that school rules are uniformly applied, and that student discipline is appropriate and equitable

in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct and student handbook.

  • 11. Conduct conferences about student and school issues with parents, students, and teachers.

Management of Fiscal, Administrative, and Facilities Functions

  • 12. Comply with district policies, state and federal laws, and regulations affecting schools.
  • 13. Develop and administer campus budgets based on documented program needs and estimated enrollment

ensuring that operations are cost-effective, and funds are managed wisely.

  • 14. Compile, maintain, and file all reports, records, and other documents required including accurate and

timely reports of maximum attendance to requisition textbooks.

  • 15. Manage the use of school facilities. Oversee maintenance of facilities to ensure a clean, orderly, and

safe campus.

  • 16. Direct and manage extracurricular and intramural programs including management of multiple activity

funds where applicable.
Personnel Management

  • 17. Select, train, supervise, and evaluate staff and make recommendations relative to assignment, retention,

discipline, and dismissal. Approve all personnel assigned to campus.

  • 18. Observe employee performance, record observations, and conduct evaluation conferences with staff.
  • 19. Coach staff and help them identify and develop appropriate professional growth opportunities as well as

accomplish improvement goals.

  • 20. Work with campus-level planning and decision-making committees to plan professional development

activities.
School or Community Relations

  • 21. Articulate the school’s mission to the community and solicit its support in realizing the mission.
  • 22. Demonstrate awareness of school and community needs and initiate activities to meet those needs

using appropriate and effective techniques to encourage community and parent involvement.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
Supervise, evaluate, and recommend the hiring and firing of staff assigned to campus including assistant
principal(s), teachers, counselor(s), librarian(s), instructional aides, clerical support staff, and custodians.

Tools/Equipment Used: Standard office equipment including personal computer and peripherals.

Posture: Frequent sitting and standing; occasional bending/stooping, pushing, /pulling, and twisting

Motion: Repetitive hand motions; frequent keyboarding and use of a mouse; occasional reaching

Lifting: Occasional light lifting and carrying (less than 15 pounds)

Environment: May work prolonged or irregular hours; work inside and outside (exposure to sun, heat, cold,
and inclement weather), exposure to noise; occasional district-wide and statewide travel

Mental Demands: Work with frequent interruptions; maintain emotional control under stress